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Host Cyrus Webb welcomes screenwriter and author Rob Ryder to #ConversationsLIVE to discuss his book VIOLET: Last Rites.
How many times have we been encouraged to "trust the process," or to "trust ourselves," or to trust that everything is going to be ok? Trust is one of those buzz words that always perks the ears of anyone focused on personal development and growth. Trust really is the ultimate currency! It is the pathway to everything we desire. There are several levels of trust and we will be digging in deep to discuss all of them.
Host, Jessica Nevins is joined by co-host Therese Tucker and their special guest, world-renowned psychic-medium, Jayc Ryder. After a recent near-death experience, Jayc returned with a deep level of trust and appreciation for loving it all! Jayc has many stories to share, so you'll want to listen in. You can learn more about Jayc here: http://jaycryder.com and http://intuitivelifeleaders.com
And it wouldn't be a true Divine It Girl show without plenty of fun, magic and playfulness, so expect that too!
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Co-hosts Fred Altvater and Carlos Torres check-in once again to talk about anything and everything golf!
They will recap the recent tournaments on The Weekend Backspin, and bring you a different take on the recent news on The Par-5 News presented by United Golf Network. This week’s news include Tiger Woods’ net worth and him being named as vice-captain for the Ryder Cup USA team; Patton Kizzire named Web.com Tour player of the Year; Dick’s Sporting Goods/Golf Galaxy year earnings improve; Paul Casey declines European Tour membership, but Russell Knox accepts it; Fox Sports will air on Thanksgiving a Jordan Spieth special on his US Open Win and finally the golf course at Rio de Janeiro for the Olympics is set.
Our friend and European Guru, Kieran Clark, will take The Chip Shot this week giving us his take on the European Tour’s Race to Dubai finals.
The Very Important Guest (VIG) of the Week will be Tom Patri, one of Golf Magazine’s Top 100 Teachers in America, who has been a leading voice in golf instruction for more than 30 years.
And on The Practice Range, Fred and Carlos will discuss the things that we have to be thankful for in golf.
Join Dave Wilber and his two guests as we talk about General Science and Work/Life Balance!
Chris Tritabaugh is the superintendent at Hazeltine National Golf Club, host to the 2016 Ryder Cup. Chris shares his ideas about work and life and how he handles his staff and the hours required to do his job at a very high profile place.
Scott Hess is Executive Vice President/Human Intelligence at SPARK, one of the world's leading media agencies and part of the Publicis Groupe. Scott talks about Generational Science and the Millennial Generation. Scott's work in this area is influencing millions of dollars in advertising and helping companies and brands relate to those born between 1980 and 2000. Scott's outstanding TEDx talk can be seen here.
Dave Wilber talks about hanging onto youth, changing and relating. If our business is to grow and change in a growing and changing world, understanding the viewpoints of people like these two is key.
The Turfgrass Zealot Project is brought to you by Klingstone. Proven Bunker Performance for Over 15 Years.
On this episode of Patriot Nation Radio we will be Talking with Dave Bray of Madison Rising, and members of Veterans On Patrol Arizona, Pat Ryder, Lewis Arthur, and Melvin Lee of Patriotic Warriors. Tune in Tonite 6:30pm eastern time, and 3:30pm pacific www.blogtalkradio.com/patriotnation
I am going to go in depth in this 2 HOUR episode regarding the characteristics and traits of being a psychic. You might not realize that you truly are psychic. Even though I bought my first Ryder Waite Tarot Deck at 15 years old and started doing psychic readings for friends, and for their friends and family I still never had the confidence totally to do it professionally. I always felt this world renowed psychics like Sylvia Browne were the real deal. So, I started practicing on the computer with a psychic and she knew that I was but she wanted me to know it too. So, she opened up my psychic abilities even further. As I typed without thought I was able to see everything about her and her future.
One of the biggest characteristics is being a sensitive person. One that will hold on to anything negative they have heard. They cannot just shrug it off. I knew I was always different and I would think so deep that I believe I literally was leaving my body during these times. I had to get grounded. Being different on the inside made me appear shy. I had a hard time communicating with people who I didn't know especially the opposite sex. I literally had to drink alcohol to combat this. I didn't have to get drunk but it was a crutch to loosen up and be at the same level. I think you will understand if you have these characteristics.
As I stated so many times I was afraid that I was a witch. I was afraid of this since I was 5 years old. My mom had to reiterate over and over that I wasn't. So, when you are a psychic child and something bad happens you blame yourself as you saw it happening. You don't want to be different.
I will also take FREE PSYCHIC READINGS!!!
Love and Light,
Co-hosts Fred Altvater and Carlos Torres will take The Practice Range to take their shots at discussing the recent trend of commentary about Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson becoming Ryder Cup Captains. Will they follow the current or shave against the grain?
On The Weekend Backspin, they’ll talk about Lexi Thompson coming from behind to win over Lydia Ko in China, Emiliano Grillo kicking off the PGA Tour new season with a win, Andy Sullivan becoming the first to three wins in the European Tour, and Bernhard Langer catching Colin Montgomery and Jeff Maggert with his win on the Champions Tour.
On The Par-5 News presented by United Golf Network, they will talk about Dottie Pepper to CBS, will be first woman announcer at Masters; Bryson DeChambeau leaving SMU; the PGA of America announced the new Hall of Fame class; Scott Stallings’ return to the PGA Tour; Gary Player ranting on Morning Drive and The Open going to Royal Portrush in 2019.
The Very Important Guest (VIG) of the Week will be Niall Fraser, the Director of Golf at Lakewood Golf Club at the Marriott Grand Hotel Resort & Spa on the Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail in southern Alabama
In a tremendously exciting episode, the Hunger Games Fireside Chat will be broadcasting live from the Hunger Games Exhibition at Discovery Times Square, as part of New York Super Week. Host Adam Spunberg will be joined by Ariel Birdoff and Kim Denny-Ryder as on-site fans ask questions and take part in some Hunger Games trivia.
See details for the event, which takes place Wednesday, Oct. 7 from 7:30-9:30 p.m., by clicking here!
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The Presidents Cup came down to the final singles match, and Team USA had to dig deep to hold off a very competitive International Team, to win by one point. Carlos Torres and guest co-host Kieran Clark, will take The Weekend Backspin to recap this and the rest of the action this past weekend.
But there are so many storylines that they will take The Practice Range to expand on the Presidents Cup, give their insight and analysis on what it meant; Did the young talent helped the Internationals? Is this now at Ryder Cup level? And a reflection on its near future.
On The Par-5 News presented by United Golf Network, they will talk about Lee Westwood’s return to the UK, Rory McIlroy sits down with Keith Pelley, Donald Trump takes his case against the windfarms in Scotland to the UK’s Supreme Court, Adam Scott wants to improve next year with a fast start, Rory’s workout and the new events on the LPGA and Australia tours.
Jerry Chiles discusses PGA, NBA and NCAA Football topics at 9pm ET / 6pm PT
PGA with Kathy Gildersleeve-Jensen
Jordan Spieth: Up and Down
Rory McIlroy: Regains #1 Ranking
Lydia Ko: Youngest Major Champion
The Walker Cup
Jason Day credits Tiger Woods
NBA with Ryan Van Hofwegen
NBA Playoff Seeding change
Markieff Morris fined by NBA
NCAA Football with Ryan Van Hofwegen
Kansas State agrees to sanctions
Utah players shot at party
FBS programs paying FCS teams
Upsets from Week #2
2015 Top RB prospects for the 2016 NFL Draft
The Top 25
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This Wednesday on A Kind Voice on Music we are joined by Joe Savarino of the Avadhootz - singer/songwriter, poet, and world traveler.
Hosted by Ryder Timberlake.
SHOW # 269 - Live, Uncut & Uncensored Conversations With "Musicians You Should Know"
All about the women tonight!
Eliza Neals is from Detroit and her new album is Breaking and Entering, a collection of rocking blues numbers. I'll speak with Eliza and explore her history and the road that led to this new album and music.
Regina Bonelli comes to The Couch from Kool Breeze who suggested I check out the music from this Brooklyn, NY native. Her debut album is entitled Open Up The Door and the original songs all tell the story of this woman's journey to becoming the "reigning queen of NYC Blues" as she was dubbed by Big City Rhythm & Blues Magazine.
Samantha Martin & Delta Sugar released their full-length album, The Nightingale, back in February and it has caught the attention of many a Blues, Soul and Gospel fan since then. Out of Canada, Martin's skill on acoustic and resonator guitars are evident throughout and the vocals of Delta Sugar add another level to the band's sound. I'll speak with Samantha about her life and music.
Couch Kid Deb Ryder returns to talk about her new release Let It Rain. The album is loaded with stellar musicians contributing to the sound that is unique to this fine vocalist. All 11 songs are originals and they prove that Deb's skills as a songwriter continue to grow as she does.
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