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Julie Moberly is an adult educator with a special interest in time management and organization for people in creative professions. She values the potential to affirm and inspire someone in their creative pursuits. Julie just taught several classes at the International Quilt Festival that were designed for people who want to be more productive, experience greater feelings of accomplishment, and feel they are using their creative gifts in the best possible way. The ultimate goal of her workshops is to give participants the skills and affirmation to craft a life of creative fulfillment.
Her mission is: To offer inspiration and practical resources for creating a joyful life filled with imagination, productivity, and peace of mind.
Guests: Mia Cobb and Julie Hecht, authors of "Do You Believe in Dog? - What happens when two canine scientists become pen pals?" Mia and Julie are the hosts of this years SPARCS conference that is happening this weekend! June 20-22nd. www.caninescience.info
Julie Hecht is a Canine Behavioral Researcher and manages Alexandra Horowitz's Dog Cognition Lab at Barnard College. In 2010, she founded Dog Spies where she blogs, lectures and holds programs on the science behind dog and the dog-human relationship.
Mia Cobb is a freelance animal welfare science consultant, researcher and communicator and is in a Ph.D. program researching the effects of social and environmental enrichment on the welfare, stress and performance of kenneled working dogs.
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Julie Garton-Good has been writing about "fee-for-service" (FFS) real estate for more than a decade.
And yet this very-logical-for-the-real-estate-industry concept has still not gained the level of traction many (including us) thought it was achieve.
Join us as we discuss FFS and the consultative business model with Julie and Mark Hawkins, founder of Genire Business Services.
Have you ever felt the pain when your business role conflicts with your personal or family roles? Every business owner wears multiple hats: CEO, marketer, IT consultant, researcher, etc. It's tough enough to manage those roles alongside ordinary family roles, but when life throws you a curveball, the difficulties multiply. Maybe you're responsible for transporting a child to a prestigious and time-consuming new activity that could pave the way for a college scholarship, or maybe you're suddenly facing a family member's serious illness. Whatever the cause, your business can thrive only if you're able to manage your family responsibilities and have energy left over. Listen as Julie shares the perspectives and practical tips she's gained while running her consultancy and serving as caregiver for her father, who is now in the severe stage of Alzheimer's Disease.
Before and after the show, please post your questions for Jory and Julie on Jory's Facebook Business Page.
Julie A. Fleming, principal of Lex Innova Consulting, helps lawyers to create/implement innovative business development plans. She is the author of three books (The Reluctant Rainmaker: A Guide for Lawyers Who Hate Selling, Seven Foundations of Time Mastery for Attorneys, and Legal Rainmaking Mistakes: What You Think You Know About Business Development Can Kill Your Practice), as well as numerous articles on topics such as business development, practice management, work/life balance, and leadership development. Before launching her consulting business, Julie practiced law for over a decade in both large and small firms, focusing on patent litigation. Julie has appeared in diverse publications including The Practical Lawyer (ALI CLE), Trial magazine (American Association for Justice), The Bencher (American Inns of Court), ABA Now (American Bar Association), and The Glass Hammer.
QUANTUM LEAP: The Connection between Behavior and the Brain
Please help me welcome Dr. DeFrance, Neuropsychologist and researcher to Quantum Leap.
Dr. DeFrance has a tremendous amount of knowledge to share not only because he is well educated, he also knows first hand about brain injury. He received his in 1966 and since then he spent his life researching the brain. He has written 71 published papers, 10 college book chapters, not to mention his numerous monographs. We all can learn so much from the knowledge he has learned.
Dr. DeFrance can help us all understand the connection between our behavior, thoughts and feelings and our brain injury. Save this date, it will be well worth your time. Education is power!
Who: Dr. Jon DeFrance
Neuropsychologist, clinical/ researcher
Where: Quantum Leap, on The Brain Injury Radio Network
When: THIS Sunday June, 29th 5pm Pacific Time/ 8pm EST
Brain Injury recovery has taken a Quantum Leap in the last twenty or so years. Research is the reason for the increased knowledge of how to deal with brain injury. Join host Julie Kintz the 2nd and 4th Sundays of the month (5pm Pacific, 8pm EST) as she welcomes professionals that are making a difference in the lives of those living with and/or caring for brain injury. Tune in, call in, and together we can make a difference.
Top attorney Julie B. Rendelman has served as prosecution for some very high profile murder cases. The recent Georgia toddler car death continues to stun many people. The national award-winning radio talk show Let's Talk America with Host Shana Thornton will put the spotlight on the recent tragedy and discuss the latest toxicology report. Rendelman will address the potential legal aspects of the case. This timely segment will feature live calls from listeners. Be certain to dial (914) 803-4284 and press option 1 to speak to the on-air host on Tuesday, July 22, 2014 at 7:30 pm EST.
Let's Talk America with Host Shana Thornton is talk radio with substance! Tune in!!
This weeks guest is the Honorable Judge Julie Mogenis TV and Radio Personalitity . She has been hunting and fishing for many years and has taken on new adventures of climbing Mountians such as Mount Kilimanjo. She is an excellent article writer and we are proud to have her as our guest on CATCHTHEMADNESS.
We have a lot to talk about on Wednesday night...
Join the teamof Ronald A. Edwards and Don Allen has they prepare to interview Ms. Julie Nelson from the Government Alliance on Race and Equity on Wednesday's program.
The reason this interview becomes important is the planned upcoming event: The Government Alliance on Race and Equity on Tuesday, August 5 and Wednesday August 6 on the campus of the University of Minnesota. Find out more by visiting http://www.racialequityalliance.org/program-location-schedule-and-lodging/.
Don't miss this program as we also talk about the many issues faciing the minority community that go unspoken.
Julie Ziglar Norman is the daughter of the late motivational icon Zig Ziglar. Today Julie is a dynamic, disarming and refreshingly transparent inspirational speaker and author. Her unique experience of being raised by the motivators’ motivator has given her a perspective on life and work that keeps her audiences laughing, crying and taking notes. Her vibrant style of delivery, her honest and transparent assessment of life, and her willingness to share intimate details of personal failures, as well as personal triumphs, has made her a popular crowd favorite. Julie has shared the platform with greats like General Colin Powell, Rudy Giuliani, President George W. Bush, Dr. Robert Schuller, Lou Holtz, Steve Forbes, Bill Crosby and many others. Her life experience as the poster child for bad choices enables her to minister to women seeking to trade a life peppered with guilt and shame, addiction, failure, fear, regret and anger for a life filled with love, joy and peace! Her latest book Growing Up Ziglar: A Daughter’s Broken Path from Heartache to Hope, was released by Guideposts Publishers in May of 2012. You can learn more about Julie HERE and follow her on Facebook.
Shawna Gallagher, new trainer and owner of Pet Coach to the Rescue comes on The Dog Show to ask Julie, dog training and behavior expert, some of her biggest questions about working with dogs, the industry, and more. Great discussion that brings up a lot of big topics like “All Positive” trainers vs. “balanced” trainers, what impact has nutrition had on working with dogs, and the difference between working with dog training vs. dog behavior.