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  • 00:35

    #ASTPresents... Basketball Trainer & Conditioning Coach Alan Stein! @AlanStein

    in Sports

    Welcome to a new interview from #ASTPresents. This interview, I have for you is filled with #GEMS. Our guest is Alan Stein, founder and owner of the "Stronger Team" basketball training program and also the head conditioning coach of the DeMatha Catholic High School basketball team based in Maryland. Over the past decade and an half, Alan has established himself as one of the premier trainers in the country. With his hard work and dedication, Alan has worked with countless high school, college and professional players including Kevin Durant, LeBron James and Kobe Bryant and is apart of the DeMatha Catholic program that is one of the best in high school basketball. In this interview, we discuss his earliest memories around basketball and career thus far. We also touch on the ever growing worlds of training and AAU. You do not want to miss this, so TUNE IN. 


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  • 01:00

    The Process319 Unleashed Guest- Jeannine Rivers

    in Christianity

    This is sure to be a powerful show with my guest Jeannie Rivers a powerhouse singer and a great inspiration to those she touches. Jeannine will share her heart on issues that are dear to her, and expose challenges that have brought her to where she is today. Make sure you listen and share with your friends and family. Read more below

    Jeannine Levy- Rivers is a former Banking Management Professional whose career expanded over 18 years, and touched Fiserv, US Bank, and Wells Fargo.

    Jeannine is a 2011 Who's Who in Black Milwaukee Honoree, an Award Winning Vocalist, and a Recording Artist and holds a Degree in Vocal Music Performance.

    As she continues to live her dream as a performing artist she continues to inspire others through music, speaking engagements and by sharing her spiritual journey and her belief in God.

    Please feel free to take hold of Jeannine's life by taking a journey through time and experiencing her many blessings. Visit her in person or via the web at http://www.jeanninerivers.com  as well as LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook and beyond!

  • 00:33

    Tiferet Talk with Ronna Wineberg | Donna Baier Stein

    in Writing

    Please Join Donna Baier Stein and Tiferet Journal on Wednesday, December 9th @ 7PM EST for an interview with Ronna Wineberg.

    Ronna Wineberg is the author of On Bittersweet Place, her first novel, and a debut collection, Second Language, which won the New Rivers Press Many Voices Project Literary Competition, and was the runner-up for the 2006 Reform Judaism Prize for Jewish Fiction. Her stories have appeared in American Way, Colorado Review, Michigan Quarterly Review, South Dakota Review and elsewhere, and been broadcast on National Public Radio. She is the recipient of a scholarship in fiction to the Bread Loaf Writers Conference and residencies to the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts and the Ragdale Foundation. She has been awarded a fellowship in fiction from the New York Foundation for the Arts. She is the founding fiction editor of the Bellevue Literary Review, and lives in New York.


    For more information on Ronna Wineberg please visit: http://www.ronnawineberg.com


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  • 01:00

    Dating, Mating and Relating with Karly Stein Special Guest Be Yates

    in Radio

    Karly Stein welcomes Be Yates to discuss women stepping into their radical empowered sexual selves.  Having gone through sexual trauma, shame and guilt herself, she is passionate about creating opportunities for women to experience liberation.  She will share 4 keys to accessing freedom in the bedroom and beyond.   

    Be Yates, M.A. Bold and Daring

    She had the courage to face some of her biggest fears by attending an orgasmic meditation workshop. Here she discovered—finally!—where her clitoris is. Her experience of stimulation went from extreme pain and terror to extreme pleasure in a matter of minutes, changing her life forever.

    From there, Be set out on her journey of transforming her personal history of sexual abuse, shame, and guilt the same way she rode her bicycle solo from the Atlantic Ocean to the Pacific —without looking back.

    Be’s reason for devoting herself to the revolutionary work of sex coaching and education is simple:  she wants to give everyone a chance at the same freedom she has found. With more than 12 years experience as a pioneering educator, Be brings a unique blend of professional know-how, authentic communication and personal vulnerability to her practice. Compassionately she guides clients to venture boldly into the unknown territory of sexual liberation and become their most radiant selves—in the bedroom and beyond.

    Certified Circler Facilitator, Tantra Counselor trained with Shawn Roop, Life Lift Facilitator, training with Charles Muir’s Source Tantra, Contact Improv dance teacher, Authentic Man Program (AMP), and extensive training in Landmark Education.



  • 01:14

    Interview with Author Sylvia Stein

    in Books

    Join Indie author and blogger Jo Michaels as she interviews author Silvia Stein. You can check out Siliva's blog here! She's the author of Closure and Chasing Clarity, and she's the recipent of the following awards: The International English Award, The National Society of Leadership
    and Success Award, and The International English honor society (Sigma Tau Delta). Today, she'll be chatting about Chasing Clarity and reading you a little excerpt she's prepared. Stay in here until the end! Check out Silvia's Facebook page or join the release day event while your'e at it!

    Here's the hashtag for the Twitter chat: #SylChasers

  • 00:41

    The Alchemy of Self-Healing with Jeannine Wiest

    in Self Help

    Jeannine Wiest specializes in working with highly stressed, overwhelmed women and men, helping them transform the energy trapped in their body so they can reconnect with their creative power and release pain. She works with three levels -- physical, metaphysical and metaphorical -- to best facilitate your ability to turn what you may now find blah or ordinary, into the version of you which perceives the extraordinary.

    A long-time Teaching Assistant for the Upledger Institute, she’s dissected a human cadaver, travelled with a group of therapists to Bali to give cranial treatments to chronically ill children (in the water), and developed her 4-part Cranial Alchemy system. 

    Join me and Jeannine and begin your own journey to self-healing!

  • 00:32

    Tiferet Talk Interview with Jacqueline Sheehan | Donna Baier Stein

    in Writing

    Jacqueline Sheehan, Ph.D., is a New York Times Bestselling author. She is also a psychologist. A New Englander through and through, she spent twenty years living far from home in Oregon, California, and New Mexico doing a variety of things, including house painting, photography, freelance journalism, clerking in a health food store, and directing a traveling troupe of high school puppeteers.

    Her novels include, The Comet’s Tale a novel about Sojourner Truth, Lost & Found, Now & Then, and Picture This. Her newest book, The Center of the World, will be published in January 2016 by Kensington. She writes NPR commentaries, travel articles, short stories, and essays including the New York Times column, Modern Love. She edited the anthology, Women Writing in Prison. Jacqueline has been awarded residencies at Hawthornden Castle in Scotland and Jentel Arts Colony in Wyoming. She teaches workshops at Grub Street in Boston and Writers in Progress in Florence, Massachusetts. She teaches writing workshops in Jamaica, Guatemala, Wales, Ireland, and Scotland.

    To find out more about our guest, please visit: www.jacquelinesheehan.com


  • 00:37

    Tiferet Talk with Dani Antman | Donna Baier Stein

    in Writing

    Please join Donna Baier Stein and Tiferet Journal on Wednesday, November 18th @ 7PM EST for a conversation with Dani Antman.

    Dani Antman is a master energy healer with over 25 years experience working with the human energy field. She is a graduate of the Barbara Brennan School of Healing, The Non-Dual School of Healing and has a certification in Somatic Experiencing, to work with PTSD and Trauma. 

    Dani is a student and teacher of Kabbalah and an Interfaith Minister. She has led workshops at Esalen and La Casa de Maria, and is currently on the staff of The Lionheart Institute for Transpersonal Energy Healing. 

    She is currently writing her first book, titled: Wired for God: Adventures of a Jewish Yogi

    For more info about Dani: www.daniantman.com

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  • 01:01

    Jeannine Stein: Bookbinder

    in Art

    Jeannine Stein is a journalist by trade and a passionate bookbinder. What better way to combine a love of words than with a handmade book. The author of two wonderful, and may I say, beautiful books, 2009’s re-bound and, new this summer, Adventures in Bookmaking, Jeanine has taught bookbinding at venues such as CHA, Unique Los Angeles and Renegade, also in LA.
    Her work has appeared in Cloth Paper Scissors and Stampington’s GreenCraft Magazine.
    Jeanine continues to improve her own skills and knowledge of bookbinding and has a desire to do commission work in fine bindings and create high-end books, as well as work with historic books from 1800s. Join us for tricks and tips on bookbinding as well as some how-tos for Jeannine's beautiful books.

  • 01:03

    Dating, Mating and Relating with Karly Stein Special Guests Antia and Brody Boyd

    in Radio

    Karly welcomes Brody & Antia Boyd! Brody & Antia have been helping singles all over the world to find the right partner to share their life with quickly without loneliness, sadness or wasting any more time. They specialize in helping you to find a long-term, loving & supportive relationships fast & be happier in your life without fear, anxeity or continuing to be single. They combine the masculine & the feminine to help you to build your confidence & communication skills to find the one ASAP.

  • Wondering Why Sylvia Stein Is Chasing Clarity?

    in Writing

    "I began the journey if this book in 2013 for the National Novel Month but the idea for this book began in July of this same year. It is amazing how one character from a show can impact so much of my life and it did when I awoke to the tragic news of his death.   It was something so profound and for me it felt like losing a part of my family."

    "I thought about the pain and hurt it caused those he loved and this is when Chasing Clarity was born. However I did not want to write his story. It was more about bringing the theme of love and loss and how my main character Mia will try to overcome the tragic obstacles and be able to find a purpose and pursue on her dreams.  I went ahead an researched the five stages of grief and incorporated this into the novel.  I know friends who are like family that have been through this type of pain and my hope is that Mia’s story will help in the healing process of their own hearts." ~ Sylvia Stein

    What happens when you lose the person most important to you and are left to pick up the pieces? 

    Mia Gerard had always wanted to be a trained dancer yet she has just lost the love of her life in a tragic accident. Leo Dancy was her best friend and soul mate. As she tries to deal with losing him, she finds his absence unbearable and she feels lost without him.

    But then a great opportunity arises for Mia that she just can’t turn down. She is accepted into the New York Dance Academy of performing arts. At first she is overwhelmed but once she gets there she begins to allow herself to heal.

    This is when she comes across Henry Watson a painter with aspirations of acquiring his own exhibit one day. While she ponders her feelings for Henry, will she be too late? Or will she find the clarity she needs and chase after him?