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On the Wednesday, July 16th broadcast at 10AM Pacific/1PM Eastern our guest is San Francisco Bay Area Entrepreneur, consultant, and author Murray Brozinsky.
His twitter profile notes:
'..entrepreneur; advisor to tech start-ups; writer; dad; open-water swimmer; and passionate student of science, particularly evolutionary biology.'
Murray Brozinsky is Chief Strategy Officer and Head of Business Development at Healthline, where he guides the company’s strategic direction and partnerships. Murray has more than 20 years experience founding, operating, and advising high growth technology firms.
Murray is founder and principal of Cambrian Technologies, a business development firm that helps innovative technology companies develop strategic partnerships and bring their technologies to market.
Join us for an informative chat.
With a music career that has spanned 40 years, Murray McLauchlan writes and performs songs that capture slices of life and the human experience in his songs. From "Farmer's Song" to "Down By The Henry Moore" to "Whispering Rain", you'll find yourself transported into the scenes he's capturing with his voice, melodies and lyrics. Each of those songs has received a SOCAN Classic Music Award.
Born in Scotland, Murray came to Canada when he was five years old. At 17, he began playing at coffeehouses in Toronto's Yorkville area and later attended Central Tech as an art student before deciding to become a full-time musician.
Murray has eighteen albums of songs to his credit and has won eleven JUNO awards as well as RPM Big Country and Toronto Music awards. In 1993, he received The Order Of Canada. He was the host of the national CBC radio program Swinging on a Star for five years. With over a quarter of a million listeners every Saturday, this show focused attention on the artistry of distinguished and famous writers as well as the new and upcoming.
Tune in to hear this Canadian music legend talk about his songs and share them with us.
Thanks to decades of clever mass marketing campaigns, the average person has become completely disconnected with how our food is grown and also what real food should look like. With the agro-chemical companies chiming away that “there is going to be a food shortage if we don't produce more food and decrease the world population in order for everyone to survive,” the reality is most people do not have a clue as to how their food is produced, where it is grown or how it is grown. Processed foods, initially created with the intention to save time, are simply not a healthy choice. Some of these processed, ready to “heat and serve” products made with “real chicken” are breaded, seasoned and disguised in all sorts of geometrical shapes so that children will be encouraged to eat them. Meanwhile, the average child who primarily consumes this type of food has no idea what a chicken looks like, sounds like or the fact that chickens are smart, loving beings. It takes a true organic farmer to really get the point across about the benefits of growing organics and eating organics. Joel Salatin is an organic farmer from Virginia who talks about the problems he sees not only as an organic farmer but as a consumer of organic foods. In hisbest-selling book, Folks, This Aint Normal: A Farmers Advice for Happier Hens, Healthier People, and a Better World he takes us into his world as he talks about how our food is produced and why we ought to take a closer look at where and how our food is produced. Tune in to this segment of The Organic View Radio Show, as host, June Stoyer is joined by special guest Joel Salatin!
Our guest for this week’s show, Dr. Joel Fuhrman (Board Certified Family Physician), has declared it is time for The End of Dieting. And he means it. His reasons range from “temporary begets temporary” to “foods high in nutrient density are more satisfying than those high in calories. He adds this stinging truth, “We’re fatter sicker and hungrier than ever as we are trapped in a cycle of food addiction, toxic hunger and overeating.” GOOD NEWS! Yes, Dr. Fuhrman is full of delicious ways to nourish ourselves; he knows we all love to munch and crunch. Just do it, eat the way he suggests and the magic will begin in a week. For those who are battling health issues, Dr. Fuhrman verifies that when you feed your body needed nutrients, by design it will heal itself. Plus, you will experience weight loss. Co-Host Carolina Jantac, RDN (Kid Kritics Approved) and I look forward to hearing Dr. Fuhrman share his nutrition plan and some success stories that are certain to inspire all of us.
In Touch Interviews with Lisa Murray Machala. She will be discussing her talents with us, upcoming Usui Reiki Classes, Equine Learning Experiences and more! If you love horses this show is for you! Contact her by visting her website, www.medicinepony.com, by email email@example.com or by phone 248-921-6322
Host Joel Henard and co-host Brad Costilo from The Fantasy Insiders to get you up to date on the latest news and notes from around the NFL and Major League Baseball. Join us in the chat room at 9pm EST on The Fantasy Sports Machine on BlogTalkRadio.
Scheduled Guests: Robert Rosen talks about the importance of a healthy leader, Joel Freimuth shows how to measure an employee's performance in 2014, Dorie Clark discusses why everyone needs a brand, Todd Greene is the inventor HeadBlade, Murray Holland shows why the national debt is hurting every small business.
Sponsored by Nextiva and Sage One.
Born and raised on the farmlands of rural Ontario, Murray Williams released his debut single “Thank a Farmer” in 2006. A self-taught multi-instrumentalist who plays guitar, piano, bass and banjo, Murray began performing at the age of 14 when he formed a band called Harley Express with classmates. After that came Night Shift, which hit the Ontario circuit on weekends for about 10 years. After a short break, Murray played in a duo, which eventuallyy grew into a four-piece called Common Thread. Country fans are loving his current album Goin' Nowhere Fast which showcases traditional country music - a great collection of originals like the heartfelt "Daddy's Little Girl" and covers like Murray McLauchlan's "Farmer's Song" and Kenny Chesney's "She Thinks My Tractor's Sexy." Murray's latest single is the moving "Love Song For My Father."
Tami J. Wilde is a singer/guitar player/songwriter on a music mission. She hails from the Peterborough area. Tami has proudly released her self-titled debut album featuring her songwriting on every track. The CD was recorded by James McKenty from The Spades.Tom Street played drums. Ken Tizzard played steel on many of the songs. From the opening track "Me And My Ole Guitar" through to the closing track "Redneck Ramble", Tami takes you on a musical journey full of characters you'll recognize and experiences you'll want to relive. It's country meets rock meets high energy performances.
Host Cyrus Webb welcomes back bestselling author Victoria Christopher Murray to discuss her literary success and her newest book FOREVER AN EX.
The Ultimate International Business Experience Show will cater to the needs of Small and Medium-sized Enterprises globally. The guest that will appear on the show will be successful entrepreneur’s who have owned and operated their businesses for at least three years and have positive cash flow. The guest will share the ups and downs of their business, tell about how they globalized their operations and offer advice to those who call in and ask questions.Special Guest on The UIBE Show is Terneille Burrows, professionally known as TaDa, is a Bahamian music executive/recording artist/songwriter and humanitarian.
She is a 4 time Caribbean Marlin Award winner and the Grand Prize title holder, Hip hop category of the 2000 John Lennon Songwriting Contest. TaDa has represented the Bahamas as a delegate at the 2011 World Music Expo (WOMEX) held in Copenhagen, Denmark and the 2009 Caribbean Community and Common Market (CARICOM) Regional Cultural Committee meeting in Paramaribo, Suriname.
Her music videos have aired to millions of viewers throughout Canada and the Caribbean and her singing is heard throughout the United States on the "Better in The Bahamas" ads. TaDa executive produces and hosts ArtOvation, a weekly arts and entertainment radio show on Star 106 FM in Nassau Call in during the show or tweet questions @MWHYRadio
Sponsors: Rita Ricks Off The Vine Christos Pittis Audible Trail
Joel M. Lusk
Joel's path to remote system design can best be described as a continuum. After a successful career in the computer aided design and graphics industry Joel founded and managed his own construction firm designing and building his first solar system in 2000. Since then, his interest and excitement about solar power led him to design, manage and build hundreds of solar projects.
In addition to running his own company and co-founding Bright Harvest Solar, he has managed the installation divisions of both local and national solar integrators.