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Please join us 4/14/13, 7 - 7:30 pm EST, 6 - 6:30 PM CST, for this re-scheduled episode. Melissa Studdard will speak with writer and writing teacher, Julie Maloney. Maloney’s first poetry collection, Private Landscape, was published in 2007, and in 2003 she founded WOMEN READING ALOUD, a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting women writers through special events and workshops. Maloney is a trained workshop leader in the Amherst Writers and Artists Method, an organization whose philosophy is that “every person is a writer, and every writer deserves a safe environment in which to experiment, learn, and develop craft.” Maloney’s teachings focus on what she calls the 3-in-1 principle, which asserts the equal value of the writer, the reader, and the listener. Of Maloney’s first poetry collection, Poet Charlotte Mandel states, “Julie Maloney's poems in her collection - PRIVATE LANDSCAPE - move with the exquisite grace of her abilities as a dancer and choreographer. Dream narratives sing in delicate imagery. Pain of cancer is here, honestly revealed and transcended; love is here, in its greatest giving. There is not a trace of easy sentimentality. This is a collection to remember, at once personal and universal.”
Simple Steps to Real Change with Cheryl Maloney - former corporate executive, #1 bestselling author of "Simple Steps for Real Life", editor "Simple Steps for Real Change Magazine" and global change agent/professional coach with over 100K fans in the Simple Steps Community.
If you want to dig in and deal with your most pressing problems, need to get through some really tough times, been knocked down and don't know how to get back up again, feel like you've looked under every rock for the answer and want to finally get out of the black hole that seems to have swallowed you up, want to turn wounds into wisdom, this show is for you!
Cheryl offers a simple plan with simple steps to help you deal with what you need, not what someone else tells you that you need in a safe space where beliefs are respected and enthusiastically nurtured. You are not alone.
Every adversity, every failure, every heartache carries with it the seed on an equal or greater benefit. - Napoleon Hill
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Julie Beischel, PhD, author of Among Mediums: A Scientist's Quest for Answers, is the co-founder and Director of Research at the Windbridge Institute. She holds a PhD in Pharmacology and Toxicology with a minor in Microbiology and Immunology from the University of Arizona. She is a full member of the Society for Scientific Exploration and the Parapsychological Association, and serves on the scientific advisory boards of the Rhine Research Center and the Forever Family Foundation. Her research includes examinations of the accuracy and specificity of the information that mediums report, as well as their experiences, psychology, and physiology, and the potential social applications of mediumship readings.
Julie Arduni is a writer and speaker who has a passion for helping her audiences find freedom in surrender. Her motto is, "Surrendering the good, the bad - and maybe, one day, the chocolate." Julie Arduini is a writer working on Spectacular Falls, an Adirondack based contemporary romance novel. Her credits include the Incredible Answers to Prayer Guidepost series and the Simon and Schuster/Howard books Run Like a Girl and God Encounters. Her fiction credits include The Peculiar People Project's Delivered and the upcoming release, Orphan Plane. She won the 2011 JournEzine Emmanuel, God With Us Christmas contest with her entry The Dollar Store Statue. We welcome Julie on Thursday, April 18, at 8:30pm EST.
Episode 91: Hart talks about her upcoming book “Hart Strings – My Life with Bret and the Hart Family.”
Hart Strings touches on Julie's childhood, early years with Bret, marriage, divorce and their continued presence in each other's lives, through their children and grandchildren, and her growing role as one of the new matriarchs of the ever-expanding Hart family in Calgary. Vivid, detailed, humorous and real, Hart Strings is Julie's life up to now as an individual, wife, mother, sister and friend, told by the one and only Julie Hart - quite arguably, The Hitman's toughest opponent, and greatest ally of all time.
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Have you been trying for a baby for a while now, and you're now having to seek alternative methods to conceive successfully?
Have you been going down the road of IUI's and IVF's and still on that rollercoaster journey?
Have you experienced loss during your journey - with miscarriage in early stage or even late stage of pregnancy?
Where ever you are in this journey, it's becoming commonly known that there are few things one experiences:
* obsession with the fertility process
* loss of balance with self, life and partnerships
* a seeking for supporting the body and mind through alternative therapies
* a confusion on which choices to make and when
and so much more...
Our guest Julie Pierce, will share what to expect through this journey in much more detail, steps on how to starting supporting yourself during your experience. She will also be sharing her journey of heart-ache and success, and what she knows you could do differently, to feel whole, balanced and healthy on your journey.
Join us! And don't forget to click on the reminder, so you get notification of when the show starts. (better yet, stick it in your calendar) And bring pen and paper, you'll want to take lots of notes.
As your host, I have also been on this journey, so I am just so delighted that our special guest will be sharing on this topic - so near and dear to my heart.
What a lineup! Join us for conversations with:
Helene Wecker on The Golem and The Jinni Julie Wu on The Third Son Douglas Trevor on Girls I Know Shannon Huffman Polson on North of Hope Listeners will have the chance to win copies of The Golem and The Jinni, The Third Son, Girls I Know and North of Hope
Julie Larson is a Certified Go-Giver Coach and Licensed Consultant, who specializes in business development and professional sales training. An accomplished speaker, she leads master-mind groups, develops entrepreneur think-tank communities and teaches workshops on professional sales development. She is also the Founder and Chief Enthusiasm Officer of Meridian’s Entrepreneur Think-Tank Co-Operative. Her philanthropic spirit led her to establish the Educating Young Entrepreneurs EyeClub program which provides education and support services for youth ages 14-24 to start-up and run their own companies. Julie is one of Idaho Business Review’s Women of the Year, a distinction she’s held for the past 2 years. She received the National Association of Women Business Owners 2012 Leadership Award, and has been acknowledged as a Small Business Champion by the National Federation of Independent Business. You can follow Julie on Facebook and Twitter.
Julie Pelletier-Rutkowski, MS, RN, is a holistic nurse and certified Feng Shui practitioner. Julie is the owner and principal consultant of Feng Shui Services of New England. She speaks, writes and educates on the benefits of Feng Shui. She consults for homes and business throughout New England. Julie has been practicing Feng Shui since 2009 and is a member of the American Holistic Nurses Association and a Professional Member of the International Feng Shui Guild. Workplace Cures: The Feng Shui Approach was published July 2011, in Beginnings, a publication of the American Holistic Nurses Association (AHNA). She presented Zen Nurse, Zen Patient: Creating the Right Environment at the 2012 AHNA national convention View our website at www.FSSone.com for more information.
Actress Mannix and her daughter, Kathy Hatfield, recount the saga behind a separation of more than 40 years that began when Julie was forced to give up her newborn baby for adoption. Mannix was 19 when she gave birth, but in the more conservative moral climate of the 1960s, since she was unmarried, she was forced to give up her baby. The married father deserted her; her parents turned against her; and, with the connivance of a doctor, committed her to a mental institution on a flimsy pretext. Strength of character pulled her through, and after being released, Mannix took the first steps in her movie career. All the time she pined for the child she had given up. Julie later reconciled with her parents and married her lover, producer Frank von Zerneck, who had since divorced his wife. Kathy was brought up by loving foster parents and only found out in her teens that she was adopted. Kathy later married, and after her stepfather died, she set out to find her biological parents. The debut autobiographers alternate in telling the stories of their lives right from early childhood, which reads almost like a fairy tale but which is resoundingly true. Mannix's life in the Philadelphia institution, and her insights into the patients' lives there, bring out the bleakness of institutional life, particularly shock therapy. She led a life apart from the rest of the world; on the day the world was transfixed by JFK's assassination, she was being transferred between hospitals. A particular strength of the narrative is the two distinct styles of writing; each author states her own point of view simply, without embellishment. The reunion is similarly understated, which makes the meeting even more poignant. Shining through both narratives is goodness and the power of the human spirit. A dually narrated, uplifting tale on overcoming profound adversity.