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Michelle Brown-Dawson Founder and President of Catalyst Enterprises International, Her mission is to “help organizations and individuals turn potential into performance.” With over 20 year experience as an Organizational Strategist
Lillian Harrison publisher/editor of Delmarva Small Business Magazine. She also is the owner/ceo of Innovative Success Enterprises, a business development co and has been working with entrepreneurs, small business owners and non profit organizations
Frankie Picasso Professional Motivator, Author, Radio Host, and Advocate for Socially Consciousness Planet who just happens to specialize in the Impossible! She is trained and Certified in/as a Hypnotherapist, Life, Business and Master Coach Trainer, Mediator, Crisis Intervention, Emergency Management and more
Tina Dietz international speaker and exquisite business coach.She is on a mission to kindle 10,000 Thriving Businesses, she is the creator of the Success Funnel System™, and she has worked with business owners in 20+ industries to create incredible time and money freedom for her clients
Joni Aldrich published six books on surviving cancer, caregiving, brain illness, and grief. She speaks out in seminars
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For many, Midlife is a time of great questioning. It is a time when many seek their purpose and look for a more esoteric existence, searching for their spirituality, their soul and more meaning to their life. It is also a time when many feel TRAPPED within the confines of responsibilities, family and fears. How can we make overcome these obstacles and emerge as our “ True Self’? What is the Midlife Crisis?
During today's show Laura will be talking with Frankie Picasso about Frankie's book "Midlife Mojo- How to Get through the Midlife Crisis and Emerge as Your true Self" and what is a Midlife Crisis, does everyone go through a midlife crisis? How to know if you are having a midlife crisis? Is it possible to rid ourselves of self-doubt?
About Frankie Picasso
The Unstoppable Frankie Picasso is a Professional Certified Life, Business, Relationship and Master Coach Trainer as well as Certified Hypnotherapist specializing in Metaphysical Hypnosis, Energy Healer and Certified Angel Card Reader.
Frankie is the Founder of Thoughtatudes-Centre for Positive Outcomes.
For more information visit Frankie's websites at www.frankiepicasso.com or www.thoughtatudes.com
This week please join Frankie Picasso on The Good Radio Network this Thursday, January 22 at 1:00 pm est.when her guest is Mauricio Laniado, Founder of Juntos Shoes, a social fashion company whose motto is Look Good, Do Good!
Mauricio is a young social entrepreneur who has reached back to his heritage and taken the lowly El Zapato de Lona, the Ecuadorian street shoe , worn by the working class in cities like Guayaquil, Ecuador ( where he was born) and turned it into a fashion statement for all. This shoe is an iconic part of the Ecuadoran landscape - part functional necessity, part social signifier.
Juntos embraces this heritage and brings it to you, refining and repurposing the design while preserving everything that makes the shoe, the shoe.
That’s why there is a map of Ecuador on the inside of every pair, so one never forgets where they came from.
It’s also why for every pair sold, Juntos donates an education pack filled with crucial school supplies to a local child in Ecuador –as a small way of giving back to the places wherehe found inspiration. So far 1000 packs have been given out to students. The bright yellow bag with the Juntos logo is also funtional as well as beautiful.
I don't think we have anything to worry about if our future includes young Entrepreneuers like Mauricio Lanidades.
For Mauricio and his company..that is what they call- a real ethical footprint.
James Knowles bio composed by artist Pedro Silva
“Talent imitates—Genius steals”
This Oscar Wilde's, T.S. Elliot's, Pablo Picasso's and Banksy's quote would be all the description we may need of James Knowles's art, but then again, once we have met his art, the word genius seems insufficient to describe his art.
An image made of many images, a kaleidoscope of visions. In his collages James Knowles takes the images from other artists, and he makes them his own, twisting them 180° of their original intention, until they say what he meant them to say.
Born in Darlington SC. in 1979 and currently living in Cheraw SC. with his wife and their two children. He takes the time to cut and paste accumulating hundreds of tiny stories. Waiting for their moment to take their place on his works. A true melting pot of the imaginary.
In his youth, from time to time, James Knowles abandoned art, but art never abandoned James Knowles. It was always there. Even in his most lethargic moments, it was there waiting for him to open the door again.
Apart from the magnificent collages he's known for, James also paints and sculpts. Amazing amalgams of dream and nightmares. Again, a million different cells forming a new being.
One can sense the subjects on James Knowles's art dancing to the beat of their own vivid imagination. On that fantastic world where frenetic dreams become fulfilling realities: the never-never land of true art.
Perhaps the words of a fellow collage maker would fit:
"Collage is the noble conquest of the irrational, the coupling of two realities, irreconcilable in appearance,
upon a plane which apparently does not suit them." - Max Ernst
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Please join host Frankie Picasso on Thursday, December 4th at 1:00 pm EST, when she greets guests Danny Brooks and his wife Lil Debi, who for past 24 years have been active in prison ministry.
Danny has been in the music business since 1971 having played in blues, country, hard rock and rhythm and blues bands but his first introduction to ministry was with his father, who took Danny and his siblings, a sister and brother to the street corners of Toronto and had them recite scripture verses.
A"rough life and a 'season of rebellion' found Danny on the downslide. As it was with so many young musicians during the 70's and 80's, the drug culture captured Danny's attention and he found himself doing time in prison for the crimes committed to pay for his addictions to drugs and alcohol. It was during this time spent in prison that Danny attributes to his skill in writing music.
In 1987, just 3 months from being released from the Donwood Institute in Toronto where he was treated for alcohol and drug addiction, Danny came to his faith.
1991,was a good year for Danny. Not only did he become involved in Prison Ministry but he was also nominated for the Juno Award for Most Promising Male Vocalist.
Danny has been blessed with a big talent and a distinctive voice, and one thing is for sure, he is a BORN STORY TELLER.
Performing and speaking in Prisons, Rehabs and Halfway Houses has become an important part of who Danny Brooks has become. Whenever, and where ever Danny tours, it is imperative that at least one of the above facilities is on the tour. Giving back to communities in this way allows him to share his story, and impart hope for eternity in Christ.
Please join host Frankie Picasso on Thursday, November 27th, 2014 at 1:00 pm est when I am joined by 20 something, Tara Muldoon, creator of the F-YOU Project a social intiative that encourages conversation around the question, “What would it look like if you forgive yourself or another today? I am so impressed with this young woman and her accomplishments.
To date, Tara has been Nominated for the Women in Music award by international publication Billboard Magazine, she has been featured in Heart and Stroke “The Heart Truth” campaign, a public speaker at the United Nations “Bridging The Gap” conference in New York City, a Becel spokesperson and now the creator of the award-winning F-You: The Forgiveness Project. The Forgiveness Project.
Not only has she secured funding for the next 5 years for her F-YOU project but she has also partnered with Pope Francis and Desmond Tutu..how incredible is that! Oh, and In September, she won the Royal Bank Entrepreneur of the Year award
So “What how would your life change if you were to FORGIVE Yourself or someone else Today? Why not find out this week on The Good Radio Network, as Tara, Frankie and some surprise guest callers will actually take us through the 4 steps to do just that.
If you have been dealing with anger and resentment against Yourself or someone else, why not call in and let Tara help you thru the process so you can finally say F-You!
A true showcase of strength and inner character, F-You will reveal how forgiveness is the power to heal yourself and others through resisting blame and granting pardon to those who have wronged us.
Please join Frankie Picasso on Thursday, November 2oth at 1:00 pm est, and her guest Tim Maloney for another amazing show on The Good Radio Network- Radio that Does a World of Good.
Tim Maloney is the National Director of Mercy Ships Canada, a humanitarian who has worked tirelessly and successfully in the non profit world for over 30 years. With his guiding hand at the helm of Mercy Ships Canada, he is helping to raise the vital funding that allows Mercy Ships to provide healthcare to the poorest of the poor, free of charge.
The African Mercy, arrived on October 25th 2014 in the Republic of Madagascar, where it will be docked for the next eight months on a mission of hope and healing in Toamasina. During this time Mercy Ships plans to provide approximately 1,700 FREE surgeries for adult and child patients onboard, to treat approximately 8,000 at a land-based dental clinic renovated for that purpose, and provide holistic healthcare education to Malagasy health care professionals and community leaders.
What is life like as CREW? Who can volunteer? Find out as crew call in from Madagascar ( if possible) and Tim fills us in on all the GOOD Mercy Ships does in the World.
Please join host Frankie Picasso this Thursday, December 11th when she is joined by guest Olivia Oriente, a young woman who went from ZERO to HERO. She is an inspiration to anyone who believes THEY CAN'T!
Parents, are you concerned about the fate of the World given that YOUR progeny will one day be running things?
Those same Kids that you see in stores and malls, you know the ones with the tats covering their beautiful bodies. Do you ever wonder what is going on in their heads to make them use their body as a canvas for ink? Does it bother you that their ears have holes through them big enough for a fleet of spaceships to fly through? I mean what’s up with the kid at the check out with the bolt going through the bridge of his nose or my ultimate nightmare, the guy with a set of horn implants?
I mean, WHO ARE THESE KIDS and WHERE did they come from?
Today, I want you to meet a young lady who was a high school dropout with low self esteem, who didn't have enough faith in herself to think she could become SOMEONE yet was the first to help anyone. In the past two years she has changed her community, Painted school rooms and bridges, mentored kids, peer mentored in College, and collected 100;s of pairs of jeans for homeless youth, organized two hockey tournaments and bake sale for Toys for Tots, won 3 leadership awards and was Validictorian of her graduating class.
Join us to learn how she changed her life and the world around her, tatoos, piercings and all!
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Please join me, Frankie Picasso on Thursday, November 13th at 1:00 pm est when I interview power couple Marina Dervan and Mark Barone, co-founders of An ACT of Dog- Museum of Compassion. This incredible initiative Fuses the power of art, with the science of compassion and the heart of philanthropy.
An Act of Dog- Museum of Compassion is this couple's tribute to the animals who have died needlessly and without the love they deserved, in Shelters throughout the USA. Through a stunning display of paintings, 5500 to be exact, each painting is a tribute to the real dogs, the healthy dogs, who were killed in Shelters due to financial constraints, cruelty and a stunning lack of compassion. Why 5500? Because thats how many dogs are KILLED daily in shelters across America.
Marina and Mark are memorializing these beautiful souls and are seeking our support, to create a permanently display of this awe inspiring exhibit called An Act of Dog- Museum of Compassion. They hope to build a' forever fund' that will use 100% of your donation towards the salvation of shelter animals. This Museum is the perfect educational platform to promote compassion for all animals.
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Please join me today for Gay's PSA!! Today's guest will be the LOVE DOCTOR...none other than Dr. Picasso Nelson Sr.!! We will be discussing the male and female perspectives regarding HEART CANDY!! This week's show will be a continuation from last week that will be fun and informative for all listeners!!