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Check out the new "Turn Your Passion Into a Career" series! This episode features an interview with Canadian Jenny Berkeley. Jenny is a kindle bestselling author of 3 books, a health educator, a holistic nutritionist, the publisher of EternityWatch Magazine, a Raw Food chef and the creator of Living Food Conference. Jenny is Toronto's connected person in the living food community. She has appeared on television, on radio, and has even met with a head of state (prime minister) to talk about organics and living foods. She is a champion of a planet-based lifestyle and a holistic approach to health and life and a medical professional of over 22 years experience. Tune in to her inspiring story how she took her journey from working as an RN struggling with her long term health issues to transforming herself to becoming the premier holistic health crusader setting the great example inspiring others and changing lives. Join us for the upcoming Living Food Conference November 2 & 3, 2013 and use the code: NASEEM for a special listeners discount!!
As the Principal Transportation Planner for the City of Berkeley, Calfornia, Matt Nichols is on the cutting edge of the latest trends in urban transit. Among the projects he's working on are a demand-responsive parking pricing pilot program; the first electric bikeshare program; and a major BART transit stations reconstruction. He is also working on strong transportation requirements in Berkeley's new Downtown Area Plan, as well as on the Ed Roberts Campus, a universally accessible transit-oriented development facility housing numerous services for disabled people.
We'll be discussing all this and taking questions on the future of urban transportion in Berkeley and beyond.
in Self Help
At age 13, Anthony Ross ended up homeless in Washington, DC after escaping his mother from murdering him due to her drug use. Because no other family members would take care of him, he had no choice but to turn to the streets for housing. While living in a homeless shelter, Anthony taught himself algebra, geometry, trigonometry, and other advanced math from watching YouTube videos after earning his GED to pass the SAT's. After getting accepted into Saint Augustine's University in Raleigh, NC and leaving the shelter behind in 2009, Anthony was able to earn a 4.0 GPA his freshmen year, become elected Student Body President his junior year, and graduate Magna Cum Laude in 2013.
Episode 27 was a focused discussion about resources to help you pay for graduate school, the COSTS associated with it, and some basic considerations before you take on this commitment.
Guests: Tamekia Bell and Keonna Feaster
Hosting: J.R. Dunlap, Warren Feaster and Adia Sanders
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Live recordings each Thursday @ 8:00pm EST.
Boston Conservatory 2012 graduate Ariel Strasser comes on to talk about her upcoming CD, Crooked Line, being released on November 3 at The Burren in Somerville.
The CD release will be at 8:00. Ariel will be joined by Max Judelson on bass and Nate Tucker on drums.
Opener - Thomas John Cadrin
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First segment: Author Shana Johnson Burton
Flawfully Wedded Wives
Second segment: Artist Spotlight with Tobbi & Tommi
New single out > LIGHT
Female duo spreading the message of Christ through lifestyle, music, and ministry. Tobbi and Tommi have ministered as a part of a backing vocalist ensemble for Donald Lawrence now referred to as The Company.
Third segment - Ty Berkeley
Christian Rapper, Worship Leader and Speaker.
Upcoming project : Transition
Those who dwell in Christ don't need preachers or church buildings to live life more abundantly. We have graduated from the dairy sections to the meat departments. As led by the Spirit of the living GOD, we're MAINLY fed directly by GOD. Pure meals are the best and most effective.
Great conversation with host Michael and guest Dave Simon author of Meatonomics. David Robinson Simon is a lawyer and advocate for sustainable consumption. He works as general counsel for a healthcare company and serves on the board of the APRL Fund, a non-profit dedicated to protecting animals. David received his B.A. from U.C. Berkeley and his J.D. from the University of Southern California. http://meatonomics.com
Are you looking for a new career and feel you don't have the skill set(s) a company is looking for? Listen in to Shirley Gutkowski as she talks with Beth Thompson about how to recognize your transferrable soft skills and what hard skills you should be developing.
Beth Thompson, Founder and Director of CareerFusion, LLC celebrates 34 years as an RDH. She established The Florida Institute of Orofacial Myology, LLC, a clinic and learning center for health care providers in Port Orange, FL. Beth provides industry consulting services, Corporate Recruiting and Placement, and was the Editor in Chief for Contemporary Oral Hygiene for over six years. Her career has been multifaceted in clinical dental hygiene, education, sales and marketing management. She is a graduate of Indiana University, and Past President of the Indiana Dental Hygienist's Association. Beth is a Fellow in the Academy of Comprehensive Esthetics, and currently serves on the ACE advisory board.
On The MYOB Show this week we discover our top 10 tips for successfully breaking into the TV, entertainment and media industries.A creative career is as hard to get into today as ever these days so today’s show is a must listen for all media students, drama and film students plus all other new comers to the business.Who’s on the show?Presenter: Dom O'Neill – MA and BA (Hon) Radio and media graduate with an 10 years experience working freelance in the UK broadcast industry is joined by…Guest: Nicki Nightingale - Nick has been prompting for 21 years in corporate events, conferences and broadcast TV.Guest: Rob Roy Collins - Rob started out as a street performer back in 1999. Rob combines comedy, escapology and acrobatics live on stage and in the street.Producer: Alistair Goodier - Radio presenter and MA student studying Radio Production and Management at the University of Sunderland.Why listen?On the show our expert guests will discuss why our top 10 tips below really can accelerate your career and help it be the success you want it to be.Top 10 Freelancer Tips:1. Don’t work for free (if you don’t have to)2. Be patient3. Build up your banter4. It helps to be a tem player5. Find something you enjoy6. You need confidence7. Be organised8. Always give it a go9. You need realistic initial goals10. Be contact-able!Want to know what you need to know before you embark on the road to success? Want to start your careers as quickly and as smoothly as possible?The you need to listen to this weeks The MYOB Show!
Pastor Dan Nichols of Restored Church and atheist activist Justin Vacula of the NEPA Freethought Society will meet for a friendly two hour open-to-the-public discussion concerning religious faith and atheism on Sunday November 3, 2013 in the Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania Downtown Arts building located at 47 North Franklin Street. The discussion begins at 7:00PM Eastern Time. Doors open at 6:30PM. Nichols and Vacula will share their personal stories, explain their perspectives pertaining to religious belief, and engage in respectful critical discussion. Audience members will be invited to present questions to both participants following the discussion. The event will be streamed live online and later archived here. Dan is a follower of Jesus who has preached to thousands of people across America since becoming a traveling Christian speaker in March 2010. He was officially ordained in September 2011. Dan is currently finishing two master's degrees from Baptist Bible Graduate School and Baptist Bible Seminary located in Clarks Summit, PA. He is now a full-time church planter whose first church plant Restored Church recently launched in September 2013 in Downtown Wilkes-Barre. Dan recently married his best friend Joy and they live in South Wilkes-Barre. Justin Vacula is a public speaker, debater, atheist activist, and an activist for the separation of religion and government who hosts the NEPA Freethought Society Podcast and Brave Hero Radio. He has participated in previous formal debates and has spoken at various conferences and events. Vacula received bachelor’s degrees in Philosophy and Psychology and the distinguished W.A. Kilburn Memorial Award for Philosophy from King’s College. He is currently enrolled in Marywood University’s graduate-level Mental Health Counseling program.