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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 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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Ed and Deb Shaprio welcome SoundsTrue.com founder Tami Simon for un invigorating conversation on finding your authentic path to Spiritual Awakening.
Are you in the midst of a life transition? Have you had a wake-up call you can no longer ignore? Do you have a sense that there’s more to life than what you’ve realized thus far? When we touch a limitless sense of being—vast, open, undivided—we paradoxically become more uniquely ourselves, we wake up to our courage, authenticity, and to claiming our own value in the world. In 1985, at the age of 22, Tami Simon founded Sounds True, a publishing company dedicated to disseminating spiritual wisdom by providing life-changing, practical tools that accelerate awakening and personal transformation.
Tami is not only the founder, publisher and CEO of Sounds True but also a long time meditation practitioner and instructor, as well as the director of the Wake Up Festival, held each year in Estes, Colorado. This brings together powerful spiritual teachers with those who are seeking, so all may awaken together and is an acknowledgement that there is no “one way” to spiritual awakening; we each have to find the way that is true and authentic for ourselves.
Are we any closer to finding out the truth behind Benghazi? I have my doubts. Hillary Clinton's book plummets in sales on week two. Thad Cochran finds support in strange places. The GOP doesn't much care for the ruckus the Tea Party are causing, and apparebtly neither do minority Democratic voters in Mississippi.Shame really, a Tea Party loudmouth might have turned Mississippi blue. Is the immigration reform debate dead?
All this and more
This week the panel will be talking about Bowe Bergdhal, has he moved from POW to POP (Prisoner Of Politics)? It is an unusual situation, only time will tell the end result. Susan Rice claimed he served with distinction, yet his fellow soldiers share a different feeling.
Hillary Clinton is about to launch her new book, or is she launching her 2016 run for the whitehouse? The book campaign has been managed with the care of a military opperation.
Dan Marino withdraws from NFL lawsuit. No doubt due to concussions he could not remember filing the suit.....
And the Donald Stering story gets better and better by the day.
Host Derek Simon discusses Steve Haskin’s Bloodhorse article “Ghosts of Press Boxes Past” and explains what he believes can fill up the press boxes at American racetracks once again. He also opines on Bill Finley's ESPN piece detailing the decline of two-year-old racing.
In the U. of Bet segment Dave “The Horse Handicapping Authority” Schwartz and Derek exchange verbal blows in a debate about what constitutes money management and whether or not bettors can improve or erode their advantage or disadvantage by means of a betting strategy.
Born and raised on the farmlands of rural Ontario, Murray Williams released his debut single “Thank a Farmer” in 2006. A self-taught multi-instrumentalist who plays guitar, piano, bass and banjo, Murray began performing at the age of 14 when he formed a band called Harley Express with classmates. After that came Night Shift, which hit the Ontario circuit on weekends for about 10 years. After a short break, Murray played in a duo, which eventuallyy grew into a four-piece called Common Thread. Country fans are loving his current album Goin' Nowhere Fast which showcases traditional country music - a great collection of originals like the heartfelt "Daddy's Little Girl" and covers like Murray McLauchlan's "Farmer's Song" and Kenny Chesney's "She Thinks My Tractor's Sexy." Murray's latest single is the moving "Love Song For My Father."
Tami J. Wilde is a singer/guitar player/songwriter on a music mission. She hails from the Peterborough area. Tami has proudly released her self-titled debut album featuring her songwriting on every track. The CD was recorded by James McKenty from The Spades.Tom Street played drums. Ken Tizzard played steel on many of the songs. From the opening track "Me And My Ole Guitar" through to the closing track "Redneck Ramble", Tami takes you on a musical journey full of characters you'll recognize and experiences you'll want to relive. It's country meets rock meets high energy performances.
TwinSpires' Derek Simon analyzes last weekend's big stakes races at Belmont Park, along with Shared Belief's scintillating score in the Los Alamitos Derby.
In the U. of Bet/handicapping/racing history segment he discusses "Picking Winners with Systology," as well as the "Racing Maxims and Methods of 'Pittsburg Phil.'"
In the News & Notes segment, host Derek Simon and Ed DeRosa of Brisnet.com take an early look at the Eclipse Awards. Then, in a special Racing History segment, Derek discusses the 1968 Kentucky Derby and the controversial disqualification of Dancer’s Image.
Lastly, in the Handicapping segment, Derek and Dave “The Horse Handicapping Authority” Dave Schwartz chat about figures that lie and liars that figure — or something like that.
In the News & Notes segment, host Derek Simon discusses "How genetics can create the next superstar racehorse" and relates it to handicapping.
In the U. of Bet segment, Dave “The Horse Handicapping Authority” Schwartz and Derek break down class — can it be quantified and how?
Executive Director Tami VandenBerg
Tami adds Well House to her list of community givebacks. Her passion for housing and volunteering with Well House pushed Tami to take the executive director job at the end of 2012. "I passed people on the streets without homes, our neighbors, everyday on my way to work."
Ladies and gentlemen we are in for a very fun and informative time as we listen and learn from our friend Tami VandenBerg! We are talking about "homelessness" on this episode of In Life Now Radio and what her organization the Well House is doing to provide solutions to this epidemic in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
For more info go to http://www.wellhousegr.org