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Tami Simon is the founder and publisher of Sounds True, an independent multimedia company dedicated to disseminating spiritual wisdom. Tami began studying with Reggie Ray in 2001 and began teaching "Meditating with the Body" introductory workshops in 2007. Her areas of special interest include authentic leadership and applying spiritual principles to organizational life. Tami lives in Boulder, Colorado, with her partner Julie Kramer.
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Tami Heim is the president and CEO of the Christian Leadership Alliance (CLA) headquartered in San Clemente, CA. CLA exists to equip and unite leaders to transform the world for Christ. Providing bible-based leadership training and other learning experiences, CLA serves over 6,200 leaders of nonprofit ministries, churches, educational institutions, and businesses.
Tami’s professional career includes executive leadership roles in nonprofit ministry, technology, marketing, publishing and retail. She served as a partner in The A Group – Brand Development, executive vice president and chief publishing officer for Thomas Nelson Publishers, and as the president of Borders, Inc. Tami began her professional career with Federated Department stores and in her final assignment, she was responsible for leading two of their Midwest divisions.
Tami has a passion for the development of next generation leaders. For over 25 years she has actively mentored students and professionals. Reflecting her commitment to leadership, she has served on the boards of EQUIP, Lead Like Jesus, Growing Leaders, Christian Alliance for Orphans, and Christianity Today.
TwinSpires' Derek Simon discusses Steve Asmussen and the recent KHRC ruling clearing him of all charges, as well as LONGINES World's Best Racehorse Rankings.
In a special NFL Segment, Derek compares the New England Patriots' deflated balls with cheating in racing -- and why it's important that the rules be adhered to.
In the Handicapping segment, Derek gives the real odds of hitting the pick-3 and the pick-4.
Host Derek Simon discusses the promising three-year-old Calculator what it takes to win the Kentucky Derby.
In the U. of Bet segment, he looks forward to this weekend’s NFL playoff games and uses them to illustrate the folly of putting stock in small data sets.
In the News & Notes segment, host Derek Simon discusses the possibility that both Bayern and California Chrome could win Eclipse Awards.
Then, in a special NFL Playoffs — playoffs? PLAYOFFS? — segment, Derek demonstrates how one can use point spreads to accurately predict the outcome of a series of games.
Lastly, in the U. of Bet segment, Derek relates the above to statistics in horse racing and explains how a 4-5 shot can, contrary to social media opinion, be a "best bet."
In a busy News & Notes segment, host Derek Simon opines on jockey Angel Suarez's tragic shooting, discusses the Horse of the Year battle with an in-depth look at Main Sequence, and comments on Courtney Love's — yes, that Courtney Love — desire to ride in a race at Goodwood Racecourse.
In the U. of Bet segment, Derek details the one New Year's resolution all horse players and gamblers should make.
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Tami Simon is the publisher and CEO of the multimedia publishing company Sounds True, hosts a weekly podcast series called Insights at the Edge and is a meditation instructor. She has been referred to as a spiritual entrepreneur. As a seeker in her early 20s, she started Sounds True in 1985, with a tape recorder and a $50,000 inheritance. Though she had no business experience and only a vague idea of what she wanted the company to be, Tami had her guiding principle strongly in place: to "disseminate spiritual wisdom."
Sounds True is now one of the fastest growing privately held companies disseminating spiritual wisdom through audio, video, music, books and online courses and events. It has grown into a multimedia publishing company with a library of more than 600 titles featuring some of the leading teachers and visionaries of our time, and an ever-expanding family of customers from across the world. For more information, please visit www.soundstrue.com
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Join host Michelle Walling on New Year's Day with special guest Simon Parkes. Simon was raised by mantid beings and has a very unique perspective on what is unfolding on our planet in 2015. This is your opportunity to ask your questions pertaining to Simon's extraterrestrial roots or anything related to Simon's experience. We will be taking your calls so get ready, and if you are too shy to call in you can type in a question in the chat room.
Find out how Simon Parkes became a Labour Councillor in the U.K. We will also discuss the role the mantid play in humanity as well as how the mantid beings (his family) have the best interests of humanity in mind.
On December 4, 2014, Tami Harris explained their program to facilitate spiritual life in Heritage School in Utah, a secular Therapeutic Boarding School and Residential Treatment Center for adolescents. Tami is the school's Director of Spiritual Care and their Chaplain. In this interview she describes her mission to give all students the opportunity to grow in their spiritual life in addition to the emotional growth and therapeutic healing which is the overall mission of Heritage School. Participation is not required, but most of the students decide on their own to either practice their own religion they were raised in, or to sample other practices of religions they are not familiar with. The goal is to make sure this spiritual and religious opportunity is available. The latest addition is the first Kosher Kitchen in a RTC in the country for their Jewish students. This joins the regular Catholic Mass on campus, various Protestant denominations services and non-denominational service opportunities that are spiritual in the sense of giving.
801-473-6843, firstname.lastname@example.org, www.heritagertc.org
TwinSpires' Derek Simon discusses track bias, with an assist from "Betting Thoroughbreds" author Steve Davidowitz.
In the U. of Bet, Derek tackles the tote board, with an in-depth look at "insider" betting. How can one spot it and is it meaningful?
Lastly, in the Handicapping segment, Derek analyzes the 8th race at Hawthorne Park and explains when and why a likely slow pace is meaningful.
After Shabbat, Pesach and Eliana will welcome Norm Simon of Canadians for Co-Existence to the show. We discuss his work to combat anti-semitism in Montreal.
During the second hour, Stephen Hughes and Leslie Ann Stoffel join us again to discuss various topics related to Israel, Iran, and other topics of the day.
Reading God's word doesn't have to be a dry,one-way street where we sit and try to concentrate on dusty words in a book. The Bible is alive, and active, and sharper than a two-edged sword! Off the Page and Into Your Life will help readers cut through the clutter and connect with Christ in wonderful new ways.
Tami Weissert was the Executive Vice President and in-house counsel for Back to the Bible, and oversaw their Bible Engagement division. She served as co-host of the Back to the Bible radio program for more than eight years and is also the blogging voice of Powered by 4, a daily online Bible engagement ministry of Back to the Bible.
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