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  • 00:30

    Giving Voice to Your Courage with Marianne C. Bohr

    in Writing

    “Bohr shines…provid[ing] glimpses of herself as a whole person, not simply a traveler. Gap Year Girl is an excellent choice…a travelogue filled with historic places, but its personal stories provide its highlights.”
    — Kirkus Reviews


     


    In this episode of Giving Voice to Your Courageous Story, we'll talk about the courageous mindset it took for Marianne C. Bohr, to step outside of her comfort zone and travel the world. We'll learn the role "courage" had in making this decision and how her lessons can be apllied to everyday life. 


     


    To listen to past podcasts with various authors and entrepreneurs of note including Julia Cameron of the famous The Artist's Way, tune in here and here. 

  • 00:30

    Finding Your Voice Thru Telling Your Story

    in Women

     


    When you were a kid you were probably forbidden to talk, to tell family "bizness," to share your true feelings, to speak your truth. "Go somewhere and sit down and shut up," they said. 


    You've been silence. We've been silence. And that silence is choking us, squeezing the life out of us, and making it hard for us to know our true self and truth. 


    Well, it's time we speak. It's time we tell it. It's time we find our voice and reclaim our power. Thursday, August 27, 6:30pm on She Struts Radio Sister Goddess Jackie Credle is gonna tell it! She'll be joined by guest host Zakiyyah Lana.Tune in! 


    To connect with DeBora M. Ricks visit www.DeBoraRicks.com. Please join her mailing list.

  • 00:30

    Giving Voice to Your Global Story with Shannon Hernandez

    in Writing

     


    M Shannon Hernandez, author of the memoir Breaking the Silence: My Final Forty Days as a Public School Teacher, talks about why she decided to leave the classroom, the courage it took to write her memoir, and issues of vulnerability.  


     


    Tune into this uniquely compelling story that embraces courage and purpose along with great teaching and educational reform challenges. 


    About Your Host 


    Dorit Sasson, creator of Giving Voice to Your Story global radio show and website, is the author of the memoir Accidental Soldier: A Memoir of Service in the Israel Defense Forces. She helps authors and small businesses give voice to their stories whether it's by building their platform or webwriting. 


     


     

  • 00:29

    Giving Voice to Your Story with Novelist Nicole Waggoner

    in Writing

    Nicole Waggoner, discusses her new novel The Act which will be published with She Writes Press.


    She talks about how one woman's choice will affect the core dynamics of this tight sisterhood forever. You'll never see career and ambition in the same way after listening to this interview.


     


     

  • 02:01

    Your voice matters

    in Entertainment

    Tonight, every topic is up for discussion.  There are so many things going on in this world, and people want to be able to express themselves without being judged.  Come speak with the Queen as every topic is up for discussion.  If you are feeling a certain type of way, this is the show to express yourself.  We will be discussing everything from racism, presidency, violence in america and anything else you want to discuss.  Come to the playhouse and let it all hang out.  

  • 00:31

    Giving Voice to Your Global Story with Dina Elenbogen

    in Writing

    Memoirist and poet, Dina Elenbogen, discusses her newest release -- a compelling memoir, Drawn from Water: An American Poet, an Ethiopian family, an Israeli story.


    Dina, who plays her own character in the memoir, talks about motivations for writing the memoir, the challenges facing Ethiopian Jews today, and navigating cross-cultural boundaries.  


    Tune into this uniquely compelling storythat embraces cultures and challenges. 


    About Your Host 


    Dorit Sasson, creator of Giving Voice to Your Story global radio show and website, is the author of the memoir Accidental Soldier: What My Service in the Israel Defense Forces Taught Me about Faith, Courage and Love. She helps authors and small businesses give voice to their stories whether it's by building their platform or webwriting. 

  • 00:58

    Lauri Smith: Your Voice Matters, a Guide to Speaking Soulfully When It Counts

    in Self Help

    Lauri Smith's book is for those who long to speak powerfully when it matters most - to move people with their voice.


    She never dreamed that she would write a book ... until, one day, she realized that what she’d been teaching for so long was needed in the world - and she had to write it. 


    As an actor, speaker, teacher, Highly Sensitive Person (HSP) and an introvert, she's had a love-hate relationship with the spotlight for most of her life. At times, everything would flow effortlessly, she’d surrender to the present moment, find her voice and inspire others.  At other times, she couldn’t find words.  She couldn’t think or move. Or, when she did speak, she felt like she was trapped inside of a deranged mannequin wanting to express herself while being forced to watch this mannequin function in the world as a pale imitation of her true self.  


    So,she embarked on a quest to find out how to speak authentically and powerfully when it mattered most.  


    Here is her Indiegogo campaign to learn more: https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/your-voice-matters-a-guide-to-speaking-soulfully--2#/story


    Lauri Smith shares her journey with us as well as excerpts from her book. Linda Lombardo hosts. 

  • 01:03

    A Kind Voice on Music Retrospective

    in Lifestyle

    A Kind Voice on Music Retrospective

  • 00:31

    Giving Voice to Your Global Story with Lori Schafer

    in Writing

    Memoirist, Lori Schafer, discusses her new memoir Of Hearing of My Mother's Death.


    Schafer, who plays her own character in the memoir, talks about the writing and healing process, her mother's psychosis and subsequently, her own transformation. 


    Like her mother, Schafer, too is a survivor. Tune into her story of survival. 


    It wasn’t until last year that Schafer learned that she had died – in 2007. No one will ever know her mother's side of the story now. But now she's giving voice to her own.


     


    About Your Host 


    Dorit Sasson, creator of Giving Voice to Your Story global radio show and website, is the author of the memoir Accidental Soldier: What My Service in the Israel Defense Forces Taught Me about Faith, Courage and Love. She helps authors and small businesses give voice to their stories whether it's by building their platform or webwriting. 

  • 00:46

    A Kind Voice on Movies

    in Movies

    INTERTWINED touches on that breaking point; that moment where you decide, I'm going to do this because I need to, even if it means going on that journey alone. I want the world to know that great things come from when you take control of your own life and that real happiness comes from looking inside yourself and deciding what's best for you. Nobody can tell you how to live.


    Join us as we speak with Director Joshua Curtis and Producer Amber Shane to discuss their new film.


    In the meantime, check out thier Kickstarter campaign for this project.


    Hosted by William Battle


     


     

  • A Kind Voice on Good News

    in Lifestyle

    Tonight’s Good News program will include stories on The Ice Bucket Challenge for ALS and A Retirement Home For Unwanted Senior Pets, as well as an interview with Angela Hubbs soon to be Ironwomen and her body, mind & spirit Fitness for Your Life Program, and more....


    If you got some Good News you'd like to share or just want to join the conversation call (347) 850-8907.


    Co-anchors Leslie Rodriguez and Michael Englese 


    Links:


    Ice Bucket Story, Video


    Retire Home for Pets


    Angela Hubbs