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Today Laura Theodore, the Jazzy Vegetarian welcomes Chef AJ who is author of the popular book, Unprocessed: How to Achieve Vibrant Health and Your Ideal Weight. Chef AJ is a chef, culinary instructor, professional speaker, and author. All this month, Laura Theodore is celebrating the release of her new book Jazzy Vegetarian Classics: Vegan Twists on American Family Favorites! Season 3 of Jazzy Vegetarian, airs on the CREATE channel, every Tuesday and Thursday, all across the country! Chef AJ has a comedy background and has made appearances on The Tonight Show and David Letterman. In LA, Chef AJ teaches her popular cooking class, which includes cooking instruction, nutritional advice, song parodies and flat-out fun. Chef AJ is author of the book Unprocessed: How to Achieve Vibrant Health and Your Ideal Weight. Many of her recipes can be seen on her YouTube cooking show The Chef and the Dietitian. She holds a Certificate in Plant-Based Nutrition from Cornell University and is a member of the American College of Lifestyle Medicine.
Join Natalie Forest to reclaim your life so you can SOAR, succeed with integrity, and live as YOU, without apologies!
Your IDEAL life.... join me, let's chat about creating your IDEAL Life... Your IDEAL weight.. Your IDEAL self. Let us get real about what IDEAL means and what it doesn't mean -- share your thoughts with me on why you are or are not living your IDEAL life and what it will take for you to do so! Don't hesitate, Don't hold back -- I DARE you as you are worth it!
Call in with questions, comments, suggestions, and more! (602) 753-1726 or email me!
See you there! Peace & Love,
Natalie Your Super Focus Mentor
Can laughter be the best medicine? Is sharing a story more effective than writing a prescription? Imagine walking into your ideal clinic where the doctor puts you in charge?
The Ideal Clinic will make Obama Care/The Affordable Health Care Act even better!
Dr. Pamela Wible, is the pioneer of the first community-designed medical clinic in America. Her model was featured in the Harvard School of Public Health's edition of Renegotiating Health Care: Resolving Conflict to Build Collaboration, a textbook examining major trends with the potential to change the dynamics of health care.
Join Dr. Pamela Wible and me on Tuesday, October 15, 10-11 A.M. US to explore the politics of health care and humanity, as she writes the prescription for you to survive your next doctor’s visit.
Join Kevin Hunter and David Ford on The Business Forum Show as we discuss how to Identify the Ideal Client for your business, and your Unique Selling Proposition (USP).
How do you know who your Ideal Client is? It's not as hard you might be thinking. First, consider all of the people you’ve done business with. Do you remember working with someone where everything just seemed to click? There was an almost immediate repoire you established with them, and you both enjoyed working together. There was mutual interest and energy there. After this customer left your business, you likely said something like "I wish everyone was like that”. There's your Ideal Client. So, tune in as we discuss the key influencers of both Time and Money in this clients life, and how both issues are either making them a great client for you... or that nightmare situation that you wish would just go away.
The main purpose for identifying your Ideal Client is to focus your marketing efforts, and become very specific with your messaging. EVERYBODY cannot and will not ever be your customer, and you don't want that. Good messaging and marketing that is wrapped around the understanding of who your Ideal Client is will help you attract clients that make you say "Everyone should be like that" and boost your productivity, profitability, and ultimately your success.
So how do you nail the target with this Ideal Client? This is where your USP - Unique Selling Proposition comes in. The key word here is 'unique.' What makes you unique is not the same thing that makes all of your competitors unque... so think of what you can say that others cannot. General statements like "We are the best" is something everyone says. It means nothing to your client. On the other hand, "24-hr turn around service" means a lot when your competition takes a week.
Episode 44 - How Do You Have an IDEAL Marriage?
You probably have some "ideals" when it comes to your marriage and your spouse:
What you want your relationship to look like How you want to feel Things you want to do with your spouse (and things you want your spouse to do!) But you probably don't have them...or at least not ALL of them.
Today we are excited to have Ann Webb, Founder of Ideal Life Vision, on our show today. Ann will be discussing how to get clear and focused on what you want in your marriage. Ideal LifeVision: Don’t just SET your Goals - GET your Goals. A revolutionary tool and process to IMPLEMENTING the great ideas you have for improving your marriage and relationship! Find out more about ......
The Power of Minute Clarity The Power of your Own Voice The Power of Accelerated Learning Music The Power of Daily Repetition LISTEN IN!
BIO: Ann Webb is best known as The LifeVision Expert” and has coached thousands of individuals in getting crystal clear in both their business and personal visions resulting in more money, better relationships, and improved health & fitness.
Ann is the author and creator of the “Creating Your Ideal LifeVision”, a revolutionary Home Study Course that has helped thousands of people start living their Ideal Life. She also certifies Life and Business coaches to use Ideal LifeVision as a tool and process in their own businesses.
Ann is also the President of Global LifeVision, a humanitarian outreach program that involves facilitating adventures for those that want to serve and make a difference in developing countries. She regularly takes expeditions to teach, train and serve in Africa and India.
Is it OK to snoop on your Partner/Spouse's emails, Telephone and other stuff that might belong to him?
Does snooping affect the relationship in any way?
when is snooping justified? All of this and more will be discussed in this week's episode of LOVE IN THE HOUSE.
October is National Domestic Violence Awareness Month, and we will recognize it today with Antoinette Sedillo Lopez, a professor on the law faculty at the University of New Mexico.
"In the first major global review of violence against women, a report released in June 2013 found that 30 percent of women reported having been physically or sexually assaulted by a former or current partner. The head of the World Health Organization, Dr. Margaret Chan, called it “a global health problem of epidemic proportions,” and other experts said screening for domestic violence should be added to all levels of health care. Among the findings: 40 percent of women killed worldwide were slain by a partner" (NYTimes.com, June 20, 2013).
Ken is a partner at Google Ventures where he helps lead Startup Lab. Prior to joining Google Ventures, Ken was a group product manager at Google. In his more than six years at Google, Ken led product initiatives for Docs, Calendar, Google Mobile Maps, and Google+. Ken joined Google with the acquisition of JotSpot, where he was vice president of products. Before JotSpot, Ken led product management at Yahoo Search. Back in the day when he was a software engineer, he was one of the first 50 employees of CNET and the founding CTO of Snap (which became NBC Internet). Ken has written extensively about the craft of product management, is an inventor of thirteen patents, and a competitive cyclist. He has a B.A. from Boston University and an M.S. from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. Ken is speaking at the Startup Product Summit SF2 on October 12, 2013 at Broadway Studios in San Francisco which is like Tedtalks for Product excellence. Learn about managing products to success at Product Bootcamp San Francisco Oct 10-12! http://bit.ly/14ZagOP More information, registration and sponsorship opportunities available at http://startupproduct.com
Join Host Larry Washington in an enlightening discussion that explores the question, What is Intimate Partner Violence (IPV)? In this episode Larry will share his experiences working with abused women and how many times they were unaware that they were experiencing IPV. This episode will define IPV and help listeners develop a deeper understanding of the barriers that Black women face in acknowledging and identifying themselves as a battered women. Larry will be joined by other advocates and experts who will share their experience and perspectives on the unique circumstances facing Black women as it relates to identifying forms of victimization, seeking services and finding healing after they have experienced IPV.