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Traveling to watch your child play college sports is exciting and fun. It's also costly and stressful. With all the planning and coordinating schedules, Game Ready families need direct access to information.
If your team is lucky enough to secure a BCS Bowl slot, you've only got a month or a few weeks to pull it all together. We've got two great guests who will tell us about getting to those Sugar, Rose, Orange and other Bowl sites.
Jen Bulla is the Asst. Business Mgr for Travel for THE Ohio State University. She manages and coordinates all of the arrangements for 36 sports programs. With one of the largest alumni networks and accomplished sports programs in the country, Jen has quite a bit of info to share.
Also joining us will be Michael Garson of FanTravel.com. If you're looking for a one-stop game-planning site, this is it. FanTravel offers full packages including airfare, hotel, tickets, souvenirs and more.
Listen for MIa's Tech Tips and Deb's Encouraging Words for Moms, too.
Let's get ready for Bowl season!
The Released & Ready Show: Don't Diminsh Your Shine!
So many times we encounter other people who feel "uncomfortable" because of who we are and as a result, we feel it necessary for us to "tone down" who we are a bit or to "diminish our shine" in order for them not to feel badly about themselves, or so we won't be the brunt of criticism, hateful comments or "drama".
Well, just because you are "shining" in all of your glory doesn't diminish the shine that someone else has, so hand them a pair of shades and keep it moving!
Tune in to today's show as Keisha A Rivers Shorty of The KARS Group, LTD provides strategies and tips to explain why we let others diminish our shine; what that says about us and how we can release ourselves to break out the Windex, pass out the shades and keep it movin'!
The Released & Ready Show: Go Anyway!
Far too many times we embark on our "journeys" in life, only to look around and find that our friends, family, colleagues and those we thought were going along to support us have fallen by the wayside. So what do we do? We stop. We pause. We wait. Why? Because we don't want to go alone. But the journey that you have to travel in life is not theirs--it's yours. If they don't want to go with you--GO ANYWAY!
Tune in as Keisha A Rivers Shorty of The KARS Group LTD provides personal and professional development tips, strategies and insights to help you to learn who to invite along on your life's journey and how to keep going when it seems that you're traveling solo.
The Released & Ready Show: Are You Afraid Of Success?
When we think of the things that we're afraid of, many times we immediately think of bad things--sickness, losing our jobs, bad relationships, failure in various forms, etc.--everyone is afraid of that, right? But if we're really honest with ourselves, when you think about the times when things have been going well in your life, how many times have you thought--things are going maybe too well? Then you start thinking about the "what if's" that run through your mind that have nothing to do with anything going wrong, and everything to do with everything going right.
Tune in to today's Released & Ready Show as Keisha A Rivers Shorty of The KARS Group LTD provides tips, strategies and insights to help us understand just what is it that makes us afraid of success and how we can overcome it--and use it to our advantage to win big and create our own success!
David Harrell (Writer/Performer) is an actor, speaker and disability advocate, originally from Brunswick, Georgia, now residing in New York City. His award nominated solo play A Little Potato and Hard to Peel and his new adaptation The Boy Who Would Be Captain Hook have entertained audiences from New York City to the depths of Southern Georgia–from off-Broadway houses to the US Department of the Interior. He holds a BFA from the University of Southern Mississippi and a MFA from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro in theatre performance. He was nominated in 2010 for a New York Innovative Theatre award for “Outstanding Solo Performance” and has been selected to the One Man Standing Festival with the Emerging Artists Theatre, the Greensboro Fringe Festival and the United Solo Festival. As an actor he has performed with theatres in New York City and across the country over the last 15 years, he has appeared in independent films, web series and the New York City institution “Law and Order: SVU”. As a Disability Advocate he has worked as the Accessibility and Outreach Director for the Raleigh Ensemble Players in Raleigh, NC and currently serves as the Disability and Programming Associate for Inclusion in the Arts in New York City. He is a proud member of Actors’ Equity Association.
David's show for "A Little Potato and Hard to Peel" is at the All For One Festival (click to purchase tickets)
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