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On Wednesday, August 21, 2013 the Heart of a Toastmaster book by Sheryl Roush had an unprecedented global release at the Toastmasters International Convention held at Duke Energy Center in Cincinnati, Ohio, USA. Over 1,600 members from 122 countries were in attendance. Jean Bailey Robor, a contributor to the book, interviewed several fellow contributors. This episode is one of those interviews.
Heart of a Toastmaster by Sheryl Roush can be purchased through heartofatoastmaster.com.
Listen in as Maureen Zappala shares in this special Heart of a Toastmaster episode.
(Brought to you by that "No Buts About It" motivational speaker, Jean Bailey Robor of Celebrate Life. Find out more about Jean and what she can do for you at her website: www.JeanBaileyRobor.com)
in Self Help
It Takes Moxie gives us fresh insight into the changing color of the American workforce and our communities. The book includes interviews from: Dr. Connie Mariano, the White House doctor, Richard Cho, the first Asian American general manager of a major sports franchise, Ben Huh, CEO and founder of Cheezburger, and much more.
After five years as a TV reporter and anchor all over the country, Maureen went into reality programming.
?This included being the first contestant on CBS’s Power of Ten with Drew Carey, and in 2009 being a contestant on the reality show Solitary 3.0. While continuing to work in sales, Maureen branched out into modeling, acting, and writing. A must read book and show for anyone looking to suceed in America in the workplace or life!
The Total Tutor Neil Haley will interview author Maureen Taylor of the book Forgiven. She will discuss her book.And it all ends happily ever after…or does it? While just a child, Katie Stewart suffers the tragic loss of her parents leaving her with an overshadowing fear of uncertainty about her life and where she belongs. Raised by Dolly, her devoted grandmother and woman of great faith, Katie struggles with her beliefs in a God that has allowed so much pain and suffering into her life. Plagued by panic attacks, Katie longs for a normal life with the anxiety held at bay. A middle school teacher disenchanted with life, Katie has met the man of her dreams who will chase away the dragons and protect her until the end of time. Stewart, a CPA and shrewd businessman, has found the only woman he has ever loved. Considered a player and commitment phobe, Scott struggles with his fear of losing Katie, which brings him through a transformation that leaves him unrecognizable to himself and others. Katie’s therapist and anxiety specialist, Dr. Chris Martin, complicates Katie’s life in irreversible ways leaving her on the road to recovery but at a great cost. And add to the mix an adorable yellow Labrador retriever, Beau, who knows with certainty and great happiness that he is the center of the universe. Faithful Beau becomes a life line that anchors Katie and drives her out of despair.
The Beast from the middle east, Yemeni maniac, Modern Day Sheik, Diafullah THE BUTCHER Dobashi. Beats his oppenents for his own entertainment. But know entertaining you with talks about MMA, Pro Wrestling, Boxing, grappling, Lucha Libre, Jujitsu, HPGpro and so on. With special guest Tracey Smothers , Bobby Fulton and up and coming superstar comedian and a long time pro wrestling fan D.J. Lewis. Who knows what will happen or pop right in?!
The stories that Smothers and Fulton was telling were priceless.
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in Weight Loss
Maureen Garry talks about her lifestyle transformation after age 50. Just in the past year, she has become a Certified Turbulence Trainer, and she has released her nutrition and fitness plan: Flat Belly Breatkthrough. Catherine and Maureen talk about specific strategies for looking and feeling your best after 40, 50 and beyond.
You really can have the energy and enthusiasm you need to achieve your life goals, especially when your workouts are short, and your meals are tasty: even though they make you lean. Learn more at flatbellybreakthrough.com
This is a weekly, 6:30am Eastern Wednesday Mornings...30 minute Healing and Deliverance Call in Line. Dr Fay Maureen (US) Prophet Faithman Ogboada (Nigeria) Pray, Prophesy and Preach.. This is presented by Huldahs House Ministries, Inc, DrFayMaureen Radio and Truth and Power Broadcast (Nigeria)... 1-877-404-0824.. You can also listen at www.blogtalkradio.com/pastor-Maureen
In this four-week series, we'll be taking your calls for insight and guidance regarding your life's work. Discussing such things as:
our purpose on earth
determining our gifts
what makes our heart sing
following our bliss
is there more than one "path"?
Call in for a free reading with Cherry Divine and Maureen Frank
Join The Arc of Luzerne County Friday, June 27 at 2:00 PM, for a conversation with Maureen Cronin, Executive Director of The Arc of Pennsylvania - on this special episode of PA Independent Living.
The Arc is the largest advocacy organization in the United States for citizens with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD), and their families. The Arc of Pennsylvania is the state chapter of The Arc. In conjunction with its local chapters and the national organization, The Arc of Pennsylvania works every day to carry out its mission - to work to include all children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities in every community.
The Arc of Pennsylvania focuses on systems advocacy and governmental affairs, demonstrating leadership and guidance among all disability organizations in Pennsylvania.
We'll discuss how The Arc of Pennsylvania and its chapters work to improve the quality of life for individuals with I/DD, the impact of important funding for persons with disabilities that may not be included in the final PA State budget for 2014-15, and how Pennsylvanians can align with The Arc's mission to support the full inclusion and participation in communities across the Commonwealth.
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We interrupt Top4 to bring you GRACEbreak Retreat with Maureen Crag McIntosh, Laura Prisc & Tracy Worley!
“To grow, you must be willing to let your present and future to be totally unlike your past. Your history is not your destiny.” (Alan Cohen)
Join Tracy Worley on GRACEbreak as we discuss the importance of knowing what matters to you, knowing your Top4 Values and how to apply boundaries to your life.
Top4 is identifying what is important to us as an individual. If we do not have our own plan we ultimately become part of someone else’s. To plan is not a daily agenda, but to look at whom we are and have to offer the world. Identifying our current values and what is most important in our life brings focus. We no longer walk into a room and wonder “Who am I, and what am I doing here?” In most cases, outside influences have created the chaos; we have allowed someone else’s urgency to interrupt our priorities.
Core values make up our character, self-image, self-esteem, beliefs, experiences, and set points. How to start: Free write how you would like to be treated (Golden Rule), and where you spend resources of time and money is a great start of what you value.
Long Island City, NY – Christopher Santora had only been a firefighter with Engine 54, Ladder 4 for two months when he died tragically on September 11th.
“It devastated us, but my husband and I both understood we couldn’t change what happened,” recalls his mother Maureen Santora. “We wanted to do something that would benefit the future generations and help them remember 9/11.”
In his memory, Maureen and Al Santora established the Christopher Santora Educational Scholarship Fund, which awards $50,000 in scholarships each year to New York City’s elementary, middle school and high school students. Scholarships awarded based on an essay competition. The essays are evaluated based on the student’s response to the topic, grammar and spelling, originality and their ability to relate the topic to their personal experience.
“It’s always a topic that’s related to current events because Christopher loved history,” says Maureen. “It’s something we hope the kids give some thought to. We’re looking for essays that reveal the integrity of the student’s character.”
In light of the recent passing of Nelson Mandela, this year’s question asked students to differentiate between heroes and legends.
“I wanted them to give me their definition of what a hero and a legend is and to write about a legend in our world history, why they chose that person and why that person was significant to them personally based on their definition,” says Maureen.
According to Maureen, heroes do something extraordinary in the moment. A legend is somebody who, for good or bad, has changed the course of history.
“By the end of April I will have had a chance to read the essays and I’ll be able to share with the audience the kinds of people the students chose to write about,” says Maureen.
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