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MGN Radio welcomes Tawni Haynes of Tawni Haynes Custom Apparel. Tawni is a Mom, Fashion Designer, & Fashion Mogul. Her pieces are custom made and worn by women and men and celebrities all over the United States. Visit her on facebook and check out her creative designs. Her pieces are custom fitted and tailor made with the utmost attention to quality and detail. Tell a friend and don't miss our interview at 9pm EST, this Friday.
It's what parents don't like to talk about, and every parent has them. Tom Stevens, LPC-S, RPT-S will address the "Top 5 Fears Parents Have" and will even talk about the difference between the fears of moms and dads.
Tom has over 18 years of experience, as a psychotherapist, working with parents and will discuss the Top 5 Fears he has noticed throughout his career. He will also talk about some great ways to reduce your fears, as well as take your LIVE phone calls
Now is your chance to ask a question or offer a comment about your greatest fears as a parent, so tune in and call in at (347)838-9737 or www.blogtalkradio.com/tomstevenslpc Monday at 8:30pm.
Returning to Close-Up Talk Radio is author Helen Olian. Fascinated with writing and animals since her youth, Helen wrote countless stories for her own viewing. After suffering a serious accident and becoming wheelchair bound, Helen decided to turn her passion into magnificent tales for all to see.
Over her professional career Helen has completed 13 books of various themes, 8 of which are “doggie” themed including The Doggy Trip and The Doggy Farm. Helen’s most successful work to date is The Aliens, which was featured on a list of top 100 bestsellers on www.amazon.com. “This is such a tremendous honor to be able to do what I love and see people appreciate it. I write animal themed rhyme verse books for children and it’s exciting to see their reactions at book signings,” exclaims Olian.
Helen is currently completing the ninth and final installment of doggy-themed books entitled The Master Doggy. “To wrap up the series, this tale follows a down-to-earth dog whose boss celebrates his birthday at the office, has a hill near his house and becomes master of the hill. It sticks with the rhyme verse patterns with wonderful illustrations to match. He becomes master yet remains humble. It doesn’t go to his head. It’s a great way for me to finish the series. It’s time to move on.”
Sticking with her youth targeted books, Helen is also working on a bedtime children’s book to help kids sleep at night. Helen’s books are wonderfully illustrated and easily relatable to children ages eight and up. All of Helen’s works are available through Maypole Books, which she founded in her home state of New Mexico.
For more information about Helen Olian visit www.maypolebooks.com
Fort Wayne, IN – Hypnotherapy provides mental health professionals with a whole new set of valuable tools to help their clients more effectively. But without proper training in its practical application, hypnosis can do more harm than good.
The Midwest Training Institute of Hypnosis (Approved For Applicant Status By the State of Indiana #AC-0136) is a hypnotherapy and hypnosis training school. Led by Dr. Gisella Zukausky, the institute offers the most comprehensive curriculum in the country, with courses in both basic and advanced hypnosis.
“I’m passionate about hypnosis because I’ve seen what it can do that nothing else can do,” says Dr. Zukausky. “And I’m passionate about helping people.”
Dr. Zukausky describes hypnosis as “any time you’re not making yourself think." While under hypnosis, we’re able to access our subconscious mind where the emotions that cause our negative behaviors can be found.
“Everything physical starts with something emotional,” explains Dr. Zukausky. “Habits require emotions. Using hypnosis, we can direct the subconscious mind to correct those emotions in the best way. When we resolve these emotions there is no longer a need for the habit.”
Zukausky has been an instructor of hypnosis since 1991. She also offers hypnotherapy and counseling services through her private practice, Achieve with Hypnosis.
“Many times when they’ve tried everything else I’m their last resort,” says Dr. Zukausky. “Almost everything I do work on is done in about three sessions and the results are permanent because I’ve gotten to the cause
Our CEO in 10 show features Laureen Ong, President of The Travel Channel. Laureen shares her teachable moments from her career and provides leadership tenets that are core to her team's success.
This show is brought to you by Wells Fargo, Walks of Italy and Gracefully Yours journals.
Jim Wynorski, director, producer writer is a veteran in the Hollywood exploitation field, who is responsible for over 180 varied motion pictures in a myriad of genres. Wynorski left a successful commercial business in NYC moved to L A in 1980 and soon found himself in the company of his childhood idol Roger Corman. He was soon hired by the renowned Corman to cut "coming attractions" for the company's action and horror films. Not too long after that Corman offered him his first of many writing/directing assignments. The first picture he wrote and directed was Chopping Mall and the rest was history. From that point on he directed an average of three to five films a year, even more as a producer/writer. He is responsible for a steady stream of exploitation flicks during the 80s like Big Bad Mama II with Angie Dickinson, Not Of This Earth with Traci Lords and The Return Of The Swamp Thing with Heather Locklear. In the 90s, Jim continued with flicks like Hard Bounty starring Kelly LeBrock, Point Of Seduction: Body Chemistry III & Body Chemistry 4: Full Exposure with Shannon Tweed and Morgan Fairchild and Munchie which featuredthen-unknown 12-year-old child actress Jennifer Love Hewitt. Wynorski innovated new special effects techniques that got him no less than seven world premieres on the Sci-Fi Channel. with films like Gargoyle, The Curse of the Komodo, Project Viper and Cry of the Winged Serpent. Wynorski continues a made pace making independent movies for release and for cable and premium channels. Stay tuned to Rex Sikes Movie Beat for other great archived interviews, cast and crew listings, events, festivals, premieres, and more at rexsikes.com
Cross Encounters News (CEN) Is a daily, 30-minute program with host, Tony Miano, covering the news of the day, from a Christian worldview.
On today's show, Tony will provide commentary on the recent blasphemous message given by the presiding bishop of the apostate Episcopal Church, Kathrine Jefferts Schori.
From the article: "The Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Church has denounced the Apostle Paul as mean-spirited and bigoted for having released a slave girl from demonic bondage as reported in Acts 16:16-34 ."
Once found principally in large cities, violent street gangs now affect public safety, community image, and quality of life in communities of all sizes in urban, suburban, and rural areas. No region of the United States is untouched by gangs. Gangs affect society at all levels, causing heightened fears for safety, violence, and economic costs" ( 2005 National Gang Threat Assessment, National Alliance of Gang Investigators Associations, 2005).
"A native of Winter Park, Florida, Sophia Shahnami is an E-Discovery and Litigation Manager for The Law Office of Mark Rasch in Bethesda, Maryland. She is a passionate advocate of fraud prevention. Through educating individuals faced with disabilities and our senior citizens, Sophia is determined to help educate the consumers most frequently targeted by scams on ways they can safeguard their finances, their medical information, and personal information. She holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Physics with a minor in Computer Science from the University of Central Florida. In 2010, she published a peer reviewed scientific article on human episodic memory and aging. She has contributed to articles for StorefrontBacktalk, a news site reporting on information technology, e-commerce, and the law as well as an ABA manual on reporting cyber crimes. In 2011, she helped create and teach a graduate course on cyber security and cyber crimes taught by Mark Rasch."
05/22/2013 - Heather Rothbauer-Wanish at Lunch with DriveThruHR @feathercomm DriveThruHR visits with @bryanwempen @williamtincup & @thehrbuddy about what is keeping them up at night.DriveThruHR was designed to be a captivating andeasy-to-digest lunch discourse that covers topicsrelevant to HR professionals. Each 30-minute episode features a guest speaker who shares her or his knowledge and experience in human resources. Ourhosts and special guest cover a wealth of topics,including HR Technology, Recruiting, TalentManagement, Leadership, OrganizationalCulture and Strategic HR, every day at 12:00 pm Central Time. The radio program is hosted by @bryanwempen @williamtincup & @thehrbuddy - tune in for great HRconversations and follow us on the twitters at @drivethruhr and #dthrhttp://www.drivethruhr.com/http://www.facebook.com/drivethruhrhttp://www.linkedin.com/company/1651206http://twitter.com/drivethruhr