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Today on Community Voices with Carly Alyssa Thorne we have, Patty Emry. We talk about her book “It Takes A Sense Of Humor” & having a positive attitude when overcoming obstacles in life.
About Patty O'Leary Emry:
With a degree in Physical Education and Art from Central Washington University, Patty O’Leary Emry took a running leap into a teaching and coaching career which she enjoys to this day. A robust combination of faith, family, sport, and a sense of humour has lifted her beyond her physical and emotional limits; this outward focus also serves her deepest passion to encourage and empower others to learn how to “balance forward”. A lover of painting, music, and dancing, she lives in Vancouver, British Columbia with the love of her life, Greg Dean Emry.
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Eric Mattson is a beautiful being on a mission to spread joy by motvating others to overcome obstacles. Diagnosed with ALS, Eric made it his mission to not let his disease prevent him from living a life he loved. He shares how you can do the same, no matter what your circumstance!
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For those that are brave enough to pursue their dreams, it's no question that they will have to face obstacles. Tonight, we will talk about what separates the Richard Bransons from the Richard Johnsons. Richard Johnson...who is that?! Exactly. Tonight you'll learn how the super successful overcome challenges and come to find out...it's not as comlicated as you think
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Have you ever thought what it would be like to have something so drastic happen that would change your life forever? Something that would cause life as you know it to never be the same again? Not even close? Would you let it hold you back? Keep you from accomplishing your dreams?
Join Choices host, Judi Moreo, author of You Are More Than Enough, as she talks with Stan Morse, lawyer, author, speaker, and consultant, about his books and how he became a writer. Stan's unfortunate accident changed his life forever, but it didn't hold him back. He is the author of several books, including "Circling the Earth in a Wheelchair," a story of his five month round-the-world adventure in which he reveals what it was like for a paraplegic to dive the Great Barrier Reef, go fly fishing in New Zealand, and take trains across both Australia and Italy while coping with the daily challenges on the road in a wheelchair.
Stan Morse has become a popular novelist: Brothers of Summer and Goering's Gold being his most recent accomplishments. And now he has written an exciting new book for teenage girls entitled, Nina B and the Honey Money Bunny.
Stan is an inspiration. This is an interesting interview. Join us!!! You'll be glad you did!
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In life we cross obstacles that test our very existence. Listen how Stephanie Hughes has overcame Cancer and still is going through obstacles today and staying positive by living her dream with her new business www.destinybodyandbath.com
Helping Overcome Obstacles Peru ( HOOP) is an internationally run NGO operating in Arequipa Peru, specifically in the Flora Tristan community, a small shanty town on the outskirts of the city where families , young mothers and children live in squalor, homes composed of haphazardly constructed shacks with a lack of basic services, such as electricity or running water.
It takes a Village to put together an NGO like HOOP. If you have ever wondered how you might do something similiar or become a volunteer for an organization such as this, then this show is for you. You will meet one of the principle architects and one of the 5 founders for HOOP, Dr. Shang Ju Li - from Taiwan, Alison Schmierer, HOOP's Program Director- Peru, John Vecchio, a volunteer teacher from New York state, Christian Collazos, a Volunteer Teacher from Peru and former student of HOOP, and Amina Belaïdi , Program Coordinator Intern for HOOP who lives in France.
Hoop’s goal is to make sure these parents receive their high school education so that their children will also receive a secondary school education. This is their way of ensuring that the cycle of poverty can be broken in the next generation.
The power of HOOPS Educational projects and priorities allows for everyone in the community to improve their lives.
In this episode, The Observation Deck talks with Ryan Martin, founder of the Ryan Martin Foundation. The foundation's mission is to help youth and adult athletes with disabilities live independent, impassioned, productive and full lives through sports training, mentoring and education. We'll talk about overcoming challenges, dealing with disabilities and how these chaleenges can be overcome.
We'll discuss the founding of the organization, its onghoing mission and how people can work towards overcoming the obstacles put in front of us every day.
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Do you believe that in your life?
Think about all of the EXPERIENCES & CHALLENGES that you have moved through in your life and ask yourself if that has not made you a better person today!
To acquire wisdom, knowledge,maturity, patience, or any of those good virtues we, as humans HAVE TOO, I believe go through "CHALLENGES"
And a lot of those EXPERIENCES have to do with us dealing with EGO and desiring to "do it our way" that I feel creates a lot of the blocks that we put in our own way!
Women of Wisdom Lynda Kennedy will be sharing with us her PERSONAL EXPERIENCES AND CHALLENGES and how that has molded, shaped, and created who she is today! Allow her story to Inspire YOU!
We will also have the BUZZ WORD of the day, and much more Tuesday February 24th right here @blogtalkradio.com/buzzardskorner-of-love 4pmPAC/7pmEST
We look forward to having you with us and you can always call into the show @(646)595-3594
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