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After years of adopting rescue dogs, I've been inspired to paint them, along with other pets...oh, and people, too!
My earliest art-related memory occurred in the first grade when a concerned Sister Therese sent me home with a note for my parents—along with my “detailed depiction” of Adam and Eve without benefit of fig leaves. I wish I had saved that drawing.
I went on to major in Fine Arts in college and pursued a career in Graphic Design. Since 1993 I have served as co-owner and creative director of Design III. When our business went virtual a few years ago there was more time to spend painting and now my portraits, landscapes, and still life works hang in numerous private collections across the country.
I have found great satisfaction in capturing the true essence of my clients’ subjects in these unique portraits and I also support rescue groups across the country by donating portraits at fund raisers along with percentages of new commissions.
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What else is possible wonders about facebook.
What else is possible?
Are you having difficulties changing something in your life that isn't working the way you would like it to?
It can be frustrating when nothing seems to happen, and we feel stuck. What would it be like to dive into the possibilities for change and get clear on all the steps you could take right now to get things moving for you? And what if you could do it with ease, joy and glory?
"What Else Is Possible?" is designed to get you to see the endless possibilities you have for changing any area of your life when you choose to. The pragmatic tools and techniques from Access Consciousness© opens up for everything to change instantly if you're willing to have it.
The question "What else is possible?" is one of those tools and we're taking a deep dive into how you can use it to create a big change in your life instantly. Yes, instantly! If you choose it...
So where are you stopping yourself from having the life and living you truly desire and what can you be or do different right now to change it with ease, joy and glory?
THAT is what we play with in "What else is possible?".
Join us as we interview Therese Borchard again. We'll catch up on her life since she published BEYOND BLUE and find out how she compiled the great lessons she shares in THE POCKET THERAPIST.
Therese Borchard is the author of hit daily blog "Beyond Blue" on Beliefnet.com, one of the most popular columns on the site. Her blog appears weekly on The Huffington Post, and she is becoming a top go-to expert in pop psychology. Her work has recently been cited in the Wall Street Journal and USA Today.
Her work has been featured in salon.com, Psychology Today, Real Simple, Redbook, Parenting, More and Ladies Home Journal.
Borchard writes a syndicated column for the Catholic News Service and is a regular guest on Sirius Satellite Radio.
She is the author of I Love Being a Mom (a Target selection) and co-author of I Like Being Catholic.
She resides in Annapolis, Maryland with her husband and two young children.
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Tonight's special guest is Barry Goldstein, an expert in Domestic Violence issues of child abuse. He does workshops and provides judicial and other trainings regarding domestic violence particularly related to custody issues. He also serves as a consultant and expert witness. Barry joins us to explain what is the problem around child sexual abuse, and what is the solution to the crisis. "I have worked in the domestic violence movement since 1983. I was an attorney for thirty years until my license was suspended in retaliation for exposing an abusive judge," Barry explains. "Since then I have worked full time as a domestic violence author, speaker and advocate." He is the author of "Scared to Leave, Afraid to Stay," co-editor of "Domestic Violence Abuse and Child Custody" with Mo Therese Hannah and co-author with Elizabeth Liu of "Representing the Domestic Violence Survivor." His newest book, due out in October, is "The Quincy Solution: Stop Domestic Violence and Save $500 Billion," and he serves as Co-chair of the Child Custody task force for the National Organization for Men against Sexism (NOMAS). He'll also want to discuss some of the findings of the Ace Study. Barry can be reached at: BarryG78@aol.com
Bob "The Teacher" Jenkins has served as a business coach and online marketing trainer for thousands of coaches, entrepreneurs, and business leaders around the world. He loves helping coaches impact more people with less effort through leveraged online marketing strategies.
He’s the author of Take Action! Revise Later, 21 Ways To Grow Your Coaching Business, and over a dozen online training courses. He also co-facilitates Hotseat Holiday Business Growth Retreats with Therese Sparby.
For ten years, Bob taught U.S. History to freshman and World Religions to seniors at a public high school in Maryland. That sparked his online nickname, Bob The Teacher, which is much better known than his real name.
Therese Borchard is the author of the hit daily blog “Beyond Blue” on Beliefnet.com, which is featured weekly on The Huffington Post and was voted by PsychCentral.com as one of the top 10 depression blogs, and she moderates the popular depression support group, Beyond Blue, on Beliefnet’s social networking site. Join us in this live interview as she provides insight into the grossly misunderstood world of depression. Frank, funny, and unfailingly clever, Borchard will surely take us beyond blue.
“In ‘Facing Demons’ we witness Marion’s courage and determination as she faced the many challenges of embarking on a spiritual journey. Honest, raw and often confronting, Marion’s story is sure to inspire and offer hope to many others who are seeking to be authentic in their lives. A powerful story.” - Therese Duckett, Psychologist, MA
Brownlie, an Intuitive Healer from Lismore, Australia, has been working towards publication for twenty years, while working full time, raising three children and winning gold medals in kayaking. She is also a member of the Northern Rivers Arts, Health and Wellbeing group assisting those who have health problems, plus is studying at the University of the 3rd Age.
Set in New Zealand, her birth country, and Australia, ‘Facing Demons’ is a true-life story of one woman’s courage, strength and determination to change her life. She has faced near suicide, depression, suicide of a partner and rearing her children as a single mum. Through strength of will she learnt how to self empower and heal herself, fought and won over blindness, and discovered she is an intuitive healer, helping others in need along the way.
“What an inspirational read from an even more inspirational lady. If I could capture what this amazing lady has got in a bottle I would never again want for anything in my life. This wonderfully written account of a very difficult life that was turned around with sheer determination against the many odds that were stacked very highly against her is a MUST READ for everyone.” – James J Sheehan from SHONA Healing Ireland
My first guest is the highly praised Therese Borchard, talking about her latest book, The Pocket Therapist. Therese Borchard is the author of the hit daily blog “Beyond Blue” on Beliefnet.com, which is featured weekly on The Huffington Post and was voted by PsychCentral.com as one of the top 10 depression blogs. She has just published her memoir, Beyond Blue: Surviving Depression & Anxiety and Making the Most of Bad Genes, and The Pocket Therapist: An Emotional Survival Guide.
Therese is becoming a top go-to expert in the field of pop-psychology. Her work has recently been cited in The Wall Street Journal, the Atlantic, USA Today, Guideposts, and on Time.com, CNN.com, and Yahoo! She has been featured in O magazine, Psychology Today, Parenting, More, Redbook, Ladies’ Home Journal, and the Washington Post.
Scott’s second guest Thursday is Brett Clay, author of the newly released, Selling Change: 101 Secrets for Growing Sales by Leading Change. In an era of globalization and Internet commoditization, salespeople are in danger of becoming irrelevant. In this Darwinian environment, the traditional approach of selling solutions to problems no longer creates profitable differentiation. To survive, salespeople must become agents of change and help customers achieve their goals rather than simply solve their problems. This new, change-centric approach is the next evolution in selling, enabling you to develop deeper, more profitable customer relationships and become more agile and adaptive to changing conditions. With twenty years of experience, most recently with Microsoft, Brett Clay has developed a complete toolset for change-centric salespeople, including 101 secrets for growing sales and delivering high value to customers.
Brett Clay is the founder and CEO of Change Leadership Group, bringing 20 years of sales and marketing experience, most recently with Microsoft Corporation.
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Host Teresa Morrow WELCOMES author Therese Tappouni.
Therèse Tappouni is the author of six books and two CDs, (recent books areThe Gifts of Grief: Finding Light in the Darkness of Loss and The Promise: Revealing the Purpose of Your Soul, which won the IPPY bronze medal for Women’s Issues. She is a licensed HeartMath™ Provider, a board certified hypnotherapist, Somatic Intuitive Training Practitioner, counselor, teacher, poet, artist and business owner.
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