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In this episode of Give Startups A Chance, I am thrilled to interview Nicole Judge and Thomas Wilson as they share their startup journey in rural Canada while introducing Canada to an age-old delight of Cider.
Dr. Nicole Judge is a veterinarian and her husband, Thomas Wilson, a fifth generation farmer, is also the past president of the Peel Soil and Crop Association and Golden Horseshoe Soil and Crop Association.
Nicole and Thomas are the co-owners of the Spirit Tree Estate Cidery.Spirit Tree is an award winning straw bale construction apple winery/ wood-fired oven artisan bakery/farm shop/cider mill. Thomas and Nicole took cider making courses in Somerset, England and Geneva, New York. They also studied artisan bread making at the Cordon Bleu Paris, and the San Francisco Baking Institute. Since opening Spirit Tree Estate Cidery, they have been awarded Commercial Building of The Year 2009 by the Canadian Farm Builders Association, Environmentalist of the Year 2010 by the Town of Caledon, Impact Award 2010 by the Caledon Chamber of Commerce, Culinary Destination 2010 by the Headwaters Tourism Association, Ontario Farm Market of the Year 2010 by the Ontario Farm Fresh Marketing Association, a Premiers Award in Agricultural Innovation, and Ontario Cider Makers Challenge 2010 for Best Cider in Ontario.
Listen to this episode on how a couple realized their vision and the journey of introducing cider to Canada.
Energy Healing is a category of healing arts that can help with many mysterious complaints for which there are no names in Western medicine, but which are very real in the traditional medicine of India, China, and Japan. They have to do with getting the energy in your body back into balance following trauma, surgery, or illness, even losing a long-time friend to death or divorce.In 2003, she caught a cold, and was diagnosed with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (also known as Myalgic Encephalopathy or ME_ – from one day to the next. She was deeply emotionally, physically and mentally exhausted, and that just wasn’t going to go away quickly.For the next three years, she was in what one of her clients calls the "hell of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome / ME." She had to be careful about everything she did. "I couldn’t listen to the radio or music or watch television, as it tired me out; I could only go outside for a short time – and once a day at the most; I had to be careful about the number of people I talked to in a day (a short telephone conversation could tire me out), and I missed out on the very early years of my two lovely nieces. I had a continual what I called “brain fog” which meant it was hard to concentrate on anything – reading, writing, or adding up numbers (I worked as an accountant!)"The treatments suggested by her doctors did little to help. One day she tried Reiki, and felt her tension ebbing away. She began exploring Reiki and other Energy Healing modalities, studying at the <a href="http://www.fieh.co.uk/">Foundation for Integrated Energy Healing</a> in Somerset, UK. Fiona talks with Mike and Joyce about her own journey back to wellness following Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, and the many people she has helped with Energy Healing.
You too, dream of being Stephen King, Nora Roberts, John Grisham, Colin T. Nelson, or Dionne Hayes. You too, want to be a published author. You have stories – so many stories, rolling around inside your head, bursting through your heart. You have passion for your craft; you may have even started on this amazing journey to release that hidden talent within your soul. But…
You have no idea what it takes to get a book to publication, you’re not sure what a good book even looks like, and you wonder just how much marketing and other work you have to do to get a book to publication. Where to go for answers? Well, Help is here!
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Special Guest ~ Paul R. Lipton, author of the book, Hour of the Wolf: An Experiment in Ageless Living http://theagelessexperiment.com/
No day is ever wasted that can be lived consciously and to the full. 2 a.m. The hour of the wolf. You wake up filled with regrets, and haunted by dashed dreams, wondering what went wrong. For Paul Lipton, a successful lawyer in his sixties, his mind’s howling in the darkness reminded him that time was slipping away. Perhaps partly because both his parents had died when they were young, and because he had already experienced his own serious health crisis, he wanted to be sure to live each day to the fullest. He decided he would start viewing each day afresh and in the now as a do-over, each night dying and each morning being reborn. His philosophy was to say, “I am me today,” and ask, “How do I choose to live in the now?” His solution to these sleepless nights became an adventure, and an experiment in ageless living. To silence the howls of the wolf, Lipton took off in the footsteps of his fictional hero, Larry Darrell in W. Somerset Maugham’s novel The Razor’s Edge. His journey took him first to the Himalayas. He then continued his external and internal travels that included crossing the ice fields of Mont Blanc, a shamanic retreat at the Esalen Institute in Big Sur, California, and motorcycle adventures across Florida’s Alligator Alley, the Rocky Mountains, and the back roads of North Carolina. In the process, he discovered he was not a prisoner of the past. His changed perspective had given him a new lease on life. http://shellyrwilson.com firstname.lastname@example.org
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Cat Kerr blends her love of fibers and metal into unique and creative jewelry and assemblage pieces. Creating with what she calls doodads in new and innovative ways.
Her warmth and love of teaching comes through in her online teaching classes she offers regularly in addition to her blog In the Light of the Moon.
She was on the creative team for Ice Resin last year and now part of the creative team for Paper Whimsy where she is always coming up with fresh new ideas. You will find her work published regularly in several Stampington Company publications like Belle Armoire Jewelry, Somerset Sew and Somerset Studio, in addition to Cloth Paper Scissors. She will also be teaching in Oct at the National "Art is You" Retreat in Stamford, CT.
We will talk about how she juggles all demands of a full time art career and motherhood and how she took the leap into "Living the Creative Life" full time after a 21 year career in another field.
To learn more about creative workshops, tutorials, e-books and patterns, visit iCreateFlix.com
We broke the news today about our pal Jessamyn Duke getting what was deserved as the Missouri Office of Athletics overturned her Invicta FC 5 loss to a "No Contest". The Gun returns tonight to talk about it.
Art of War gets back to action May 25th! The matchmaker himself Michael Lawson will join us to preview the event.
Nathan Pierce found victory in Panama and will return to the cage Saturday night in a welterweight title fight at Hardrock MMA in Somerset.
From XFC 24 we will usher in Ladarious Jackson. We will talk to the welterweight prospect about is bout in Tampa.
To close out we have UVC winner Matt Anderson joining us to talk about his win and what's next.
Born in Somerset, Pennsylvania in 1970, Dave Vescio joined the U.S. Army at 18-years old, specializing in jungle warfare. After his service, Vescio studied broadcast journalism at Virginia Tech and soon found himself working as a TV Photojournalist for CBS News. Performing on screen was always a natural medium, and it was only a matter of time before he was accepted as a full-time student at the Atlantic Theater Company in NYC. Always attracted to the darker side of life, Dave Vescio has performed in over 40 horror and science fiction films, including Syfy’s Gemini Rising, and the thriller Lost Soul. A rapidly rising star, Vescio takes the helm of the villainous role in the blockbuster Hick (2012) alongside a star-studded ensemble including Alec Baldwin, Blake Lively, Juliette Lewis, and Chloe Moretz.
Timothy Christian takes on Rutgers Prep, who will make the trip from Somerset into Piscataway to tangle with the Lady Tigers, live from Timothy Christian School.
We welcome you to our first broadcast of North Brunswick Raiders Basketball on BlogTalkRadio through the King James Radio Network.
We have the opening contest of the 2013-14 high school basketball season, when the North Brunswick Lady Raiders take on the arch rival New Brunswick Zebras, live from North Brunswick Township High School.
Head coach Shaun Morrell enters his fifth season as girls basketball head coach with a record of 69-35, which includes three straight appearances in the Greater Middlesex Conference Tournament semifinals.
North Brunswick will be led on the floor by junior guard Kyra Fox, who will have a new starting lineup to work with. She will get some help from senior point guard Khadijah Matthews, who transfers from Franklin High School in Somerset County with much needed floor experience on the varsity level.
With a pair of 20-win seasons under their belt, the Lady Raiders are back on the map in the GMC, and we will follow their progress, right here on the King James Radio Network.