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Black Belt Selling cohosts, Stephanie and Anna Scheller, weclome Patrick Dean, President of Seminar Systems. Patrick specializes in leadershp and team building training. His seminars help people become great communicators, transformational leaders and successful business people. He will be sharing valuable insights on how to survive those get togethers with relatives that you may be dreading. The same skills you use to influence customers can help your holiday be more peaceful.
Join us for this insightful conversation as you head into the the Christmas week.
A look at where we have been, what we have lost and what we are poised to gain.
Cherokee descendant and ceremonialist Jim PathFinder Ewing is an award-winning journalist and internationally known author who lives in Mississippi.
His background as a writer and editor at The Clarion-Ledger, Mississippi’s largest newspaper, earned him a reputation as a top-notch and well-respected journalist. He is a three-time winner of the J. Oliver Emmerich Award for Editorial Excellence, the Mississippi Press Association's highest honor for commentary.
He is well known for his books (Findhorn Press) on mindfulness, eco-spirituality and alternative health that are sold internationally and have been published in English, French, German, Russian and Japanese. His latest book, Conscious Food: Sustainable Growing, Spiritual Eating, is now in bookstores.
He is an invited presenter at Kripalu Center for Yoga & Health and gives workshops across the United States.
Jim is Outreach Coordinator for the Gulf States office of the National Center for Sustainable Technology.
He is a member of the Administrative Council (Governing Board) of the Southern Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education (SSARE) USDA program, promoting sustainable agriculture research and education throughout the Southern region.
"Jim Ewing brought the environmental movement home to Mississippi. Thanks to Jim, an honest straight shooter on the side of doing right, the environment is no longer a four-letter word."
— Gerald Barber, former Chairman of the Board, National Wildlife Federation
He is a 2013 winner of Gaining Ground - Mississippi Sustainability Institute's Sustainable Works Award for his leadership in promoting organics, environmental stewardship and sustainable living for the past 30 years.
Across the arts takes a listen to soprano Angela Brown's new Christmas album "This Christmas." No stranger to THE OPERA DIVA SERIES, the internationally acclaimed soprano shares her myriad of musical experiences in this fresh take on Christmas carols and holiday favorites. Turn the speakers up and continue the holiday celebration!
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Patrick Karegeya (Mbarara, 1960 – Johannesburg, 1 January 2014) was a head of intelligence in Rwanda. After being twice thrown in jail over alleged indiscipline, desertion and insubordination, he was stripped of his rank of Colonel in 2006 and went into exile in 2007
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An exploration of mythological and archaeological evidence for prehistoric giants
• Examines the many corresponding giant mythologies throughout the world, such as the Greek and Roman titans, Norse frost giants, and the biblical Nephilim
• Reveals recent finds of giant skeletons in the deserts of Saudi Arabia and India
• Explains how giants passed on their sophisticated culture and civilization to humanity before being wiped out in the great age of cataclysms and floods
Giants are a cornerstone of the myths, legends, and traditions of almost every culture on Earth. Stories of giants are often considered fantasies of the ancients or primitive attempts to explain natural phenomena, but archaeological discoveries of 10- and 12-foot skeletons--many of which have been suppressed--confirm the existence of a forgotten golden age of giants before recorded history.
Patrick Chouinard examines the staggering number of corresponding giant mythologies throughout the world, such as the Greek and Roman titans, Norse frost giants, the Hindu Daityas, the biblical Nephilim, the Celtic Formorach, the Sumerian Anunnaki, and the multitude of myths in which the sky or world is held aloft on the shoulders of a giant. He links these stories to Atlantis as well as other legends of prehistoric civilizations lost to cataclysm and great floods whose survivors spawned the rise of ancient civilizations.
Patrick Chouinard is a writer, freelance journalist, and former producer of Archaeology TV. The editor in chief of The New Archaeology Review and the author ofForgotten Worlds, he lives in North Largo, Florida.
Amy Beth welcomes back fan favorite investigator and crime writer Patrick Moore, founder of the popular All Things Crime blog. From Ferguson to Arias, Pistorious to The Reality TV stars behind bars, the two justice junkies explore the top crime stories in the news. We also discuss Patrick’s debut novel, the newly released crime thriller Cicero’s Dead.
And the usual hoopla: Free flow Pop Culture convo, Inspiration to Action shout-outs, humor, music and more!
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It's been over 1 year since Butch Patrick joined Cloverleaf Radio (The man behind Eddie Munster on The Munsters, He's also worked on "Bonanza" "Gunsmoke" "My Three Sons" "The Simpsons" "Dickie Roberts: Former Child Star" "Lidsville" and "The Phantom Tollbooth" among others! JOIN US for one of the nicest men I've ever interviewed, and a true LEGEND of Television!