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You've seen Susan Miner on the cover of Vogue, Self Magazine, Mirabella Magazineto name a few, and the model face for numerous beauty campaigns including Revlon, Maybelline, and L’Oreal.
Today you'll meet the Susan Miner who is the Counselor, Teacher, Healer, Mentor and Mother who believes we are all works in progress towards creating our own brilliant brand of Beauty From the Inside Out .
"I was getting paid tons of money for how I looked while secretly hating myself. While smiling and posing for the camera my thoughts often only contained recollections of perceived failures, shortcomings, or waistlines that were too snug. In retrospect, I realized that I was redirecting my inner conflicts of anger, sadness and shame onto my outward body."
Creating a platform and road map to navigate life's unique journey, Susan offers woman the very tools she wished someone had given to her years earlier. Susan is an advocate for women of all ages to learn and connect with each other, and reconnect with their own inner essence, peace and purpose.
Visit: http://susanminerbeauty.com/about/ Twitter: @Susan_Miner
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Guess what day it is? Guess what day it is? Hump Day After Dusk Wednesday! .Ceddy J interviews Model/Artist Dymyneyz, who is on the most recent cover of Human Canvas Magazine's Cosplay Edition. She also shares her experience domestic violence experience in light of Domestic Violence Awareness Month. We welcome listeners to share their feedback through social media and calling-in at 347-202-0389.
ATTENTION: There is heavy static in show's first 3-4 minutes, but it clears up after that.
The pride of the pack when it comes to community broadband business models is the open-access model in which the local government or public utility owns the physical network and private-sector ISPs deliver services to subscribers. It looks like a relatively easy model to pursue, and dozens of communities say this is their preferred option. In reality, making open access work is a monster challenge requiring intense, constant effort.
Mt. Vernon, WA has built a small cadre of ISPs for its open-access fiber network. Information Services Director Kim Kleppe details how they overcame obstacles and seized opportunities to build a successful network that is financially sustainable. Listeners will learn:
why getting the second ISP is the hardest job in the world;
how to set pricing structure
tips for creating win-win situations
marketing tactics that attract ISPs and subscribers
how to keep everyone on the same page
Kleppe and his colleagues have 12 years experience building and refining their open access model. Communities just getting their networks off the ground can really benefit from the lessons of those who've been in the trenches a while.
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