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Patricia interviews Carol Henry, ACC; Carol is passionate about re- acquainting people with the courageous, resourceful, passionate person that they really are. Many people find that they are less than inspired in their current work (or relationship) situation and find that they are stuck where they are because they don’t know what they “want” that will ignite their passion nor how to extricate themselves from their current perspective. In order to cope in a situation that is
About the bookChristopher Columbus is one of the most famous people in world history, yet few know the full story of the amazing, resourceful, and tragic Italian explorer. Christopher Columbus and the Age of Exploration for Kids portrays the “Admiral of the Ocean Seas” neither as hero nor heel but as a flawed and complex man whose significance is undeniably monumental. Kids will gain a fuller picture of theseafarer’s life, his impact, and the dangers and thrills of exploration as they learn about all four of Columbus’s voyages to the New World, not just his first, as well as the year that Columbus spent stranded on the island of Jamaica without hope of rescue. Students, parents, and teachers will appreciate the in-depth discussions of the indigenous peoples of the New World and of the consequences of Columbus’s voyages—the exchange of diseases, ideas, crops, and populations between the New World and the Old. Fun hands-on activities illuminate both the nautical concepts introduced and the times in which Columbus lived.About the authorRonald A. Reis is the technology department chair at Los Angeles Valley College. He has a bachelor’s degree in applied technology and a master’s degree in the social sciences and has taught at the middle school, high school, and community college level. He is the author of several young adult nonfiction books, including African Americans and the Civil War, Buffalo Bill Cody, and The World Trade Organization. Buffalo Bill Cody won the 2011 Spur Award for the best juvenile nonfiction biography about the West, from the Western Writers of America. He lives in Calabasas, California.
The K-N-O-W Show with Guest Imam Aquil Hamidullah replay of Oct.2,2013
Imam Aquil Hamidullah, a visionary, and challenge-driven, successful professional/leader in both the spiritual and community arenas. He is a natural and persuasive communicator recognized among colleagues for his keen ability to energize and inspire individuals to work toward achieving a common goal, and excels in creating consensus among divergent groups.
The Imam has a creative and resourceful professional track record of directing and/or playing a contributory role in major civic programs and interacting with media representatives. He is a dedicated spiritual counselor, father of two, active in community and prison service ministry, and an advocate for those in need. A man with diverse educational credentials, the Imam has a degree in Business from Capital City Community College, a Culinary Arts Degree from Florida State, and a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Arkansas Little Rock. We will discuss issues of relevance to the diverse population that the Imam serves as well as how we can bridge the religious divide and achieve oneness recognizing that unless all arrive together, then no one will arrive. Imam Aquil Hamidullah has served as Resident Imam of The Islamic Center f
Get ready for an uplifting and fun episode this Monday evening! Our guest, Jana Flaig, is an Author, Speaker, Inspirational Humorist and Ovarian Cancer Survivor. She has an uncanny ability to challenge her battle with fear using humor.
Jana's rightfully labeled a "professional encourager." She's incredibly witty, utterly spontaneous and wonderfully resourceful. Her practical tips work to KNOCK OUT FEAR that discourages us, diminishes our faith, robs us of hope, and threatens to defeat us during difficult times. While Jana's intimate knowledge of FEAR came in the face of cancer, she acknowledges that others go through hardship in being challenged with facing fear during divorce, job loss, death, foreclosures, and more.
In her book Fight Fear and Foster Faith, Jana helps readers "gain the hope and courage they need to overcome difficult circumstances." Sharing her positive message with audiences nationwide comes as second nature for Jana. She's a former television news reporter in Los Angeles and college Professor of Broadcasting Arts and Speech Communication. For over 35 years she's inspired listeners at special events, conferences, women's retreats, comedy shows, and with the release of two DVDs. The TAKE AWAY in this episode will include three important strategies--all learned behavior--with specific How-To in fighting and conquering fear. Join us to laugh in the face of fear with Jana Flaig. Contact Jana: HERE for her website Email: email@example.com
The K-N-O-W Show with Guest Imam Aquil Hamidullah Imam Aquil Hamidullah, a visionary, and challenge-driven, successful professional/leader in both the spiritual and community arenas. He is a natural and persuasive communicator recognized among colleagues for his keen ability to energize and inspire individuals to work toward achieving a common goal, and excels in creating consensus among divergent groups.
The Imam has a creative and resourceful professional track record of directing and/or playing a contributory role in major civic programs and interacting with media representatives. He is a dedicated spiritual counselor, father of two, active in community and prison service ministry, and an advocate for those in need. A man with diverse educational credentials, the Imam has a degree in Business from Capital City Community College, a Culinary Arts Degree from Florida State, and a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Arkansas Little Rock. We will discuss issues of relevance to the diverse population that the Imam serves as well as how we can bridge the religious divide and achieve oneness recognizing that unless all arrive together, then no one will arrive. Imam Aquil Hamidullah has served as Resident Imam of The Islamic Center for Human Excellence, in Little Rock, Arkansas, since 2002.
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Tim Gillette, Rocker Life Coach was a guest on The KICKASS Radio Show this week!
We had an informal jam session talking about:
- What it takes to overcome the challenges in life
- What it takes to have an entreprenurial mindset.
- How to be resourceful!
and a whole lot more!
Check more out about Tim at www.timgillette.com
Overcoming Objection in Business with Tim Jacquet on The Core Business Show. In essence there are two combat strategies regarding objections. The first is pre-empting them – in other words, by anticipating and responding to the objection before the prospect has even had a chance to voice it.The second is by dealing with the objection as it arises. If you are prepared to incorporate both strategies then you’ll encounter fewer objections and be more resourceful when they do arise. It is a seven step process. #timjacquet #thecorebusinessshow #thecorebusiness #applecapital
The realm of Spirit is not "out there" - it is all around us, it IS us! It can seem miraculous when we become practical and resourceful in ways that our common view of "reality" doesn't allow. Overcoming limitations with practices that mobilize our unseen resources is what we're talking about with Francis Rico - shaman, author, guide, free-style surfer and guide to mystical places. Our world spiritual leaders, mystics, gurus, prophets, are revered, but considered "impractical dreamers" whose suggestions for love and peace don't seem applicable to our modern world.
But there is another tradition - the shamanic tradition - that is based on "wild creation" - it's a tradition of practical dreaming that works with what "IS" rather than "what should be."
Shaman's have long anticipated these incredible times of transition we’re living in now- and have always taught practical readiness for this new world.
Practical dreaming involves accessing and using the innate intelligence of our inherent design - accessing inner potentialities and resources that seem magical from the point of view of the old world we're transiting out of.
But these magical potentialities are a natural expression of our true capacities -and even though they seem to be the stuff of dreams, they are now being rediscovered in the latest research and developments in neuroscience.
This intersection - or collision - of ancient practical dreaming and modern practical science is throwing bright sparks of light that can illuminate the path to your awakening - the path to your gift, to your purpose.
Francis Rico will share three simple practices from shamanic training in the wisdom traditions that still exist in Teotihuacan, Mexico, in the Royal Andes of Peru and Bolivia, and in our own Great Southwest.
We are far more powerful, resourceful and magical than we ever imagined. Have you experimented with the great power of your consciousness and spiritual energy? Can you raise your awareness to magnetize just what you need right now in order to move forward in life? You have magical abilities within that can be engaged at any moment, and Steven Frampton talks about how you can tap into your own magic with metaphysics. This interview originally aired on Empower Radio.
Duncan, British Columbia – There’s a sense of freedom that comes with recognizing that our personalities aren’t who we really are.
Kim Renée Coté is the founder of Inis Meadows Coaching (http://www.inismeadowscoaching.com), specializing in professional, personal and transpersonal coaching. Transpersonal coaching is a new form of coaching based on the spiritual psychology of psychosynthesis. Transpersonal Coaching is the exploration of “I" beyond self, beyond ego and works towards identifying a higher level of life's meaning and purpose.
“We all have the resources within ourselves to be a perfect success,” says Coté. “But in order to tap into our inner knowing, we need to awaken our center self to who we really are.”
According to psychosynthesis, there are two dimensions of growth: the personal dimension the western world focuses on like material goals, and the transpersonal dimension, which seeks meaning and higher purpose. Clients typically visit Coté because they want to change something in their lives, but often what they really want to work on is at a deeper core level.
“Life coaching is all about helping our clients awaken to what they really want in their lives,” says Coté. “We take our clients out of their story and challenge them to create a shift in their way of being and thinking."
Coté’s program focuses on the four pillars of human existence: the physical, mental, emotional and spiritual. She considers these pillars to be essential for a resourceful and balanced life.
“In coaching it’s so important that you go on a journey with the client,” says Coté. “You have no attachment to a certain outcome. You explore together."
The Back-to-Africa movement was also known as the Colonization movement, originated in the United States in the 19th century. It encouraged those of African descent to return to the African homelands of their ancestors. It’s now 2013, this very subject has sparked back up again most recently due to the killing of 17 year old Trayvon Martin. There is no justice for blacks in America, history has proven that. Yet so many of our own is now claiming that Africa is the solution. Moving back to Africa at first was a state of mind that many had to separate themselves from White America. Now more and more blacks are stating that if we physically moved there, situations amongst us will improve for the better. Is this the case?