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Doug Shaw @dougshaw1 drops by @DriveThruHR and talks with @williamtincup & @thehrbuddy
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“At 14 I booked myself into a studio and recorded a demo and it was sent to a producer in Nashville. He liked it and I flew back and forth to Nashville a few times. So Nashville was the very first place I ever made music in a studio,” Toronto's Meredith Shaw explains. “And I know I have come back to this place very naturally. Every moment of putting these new songs together has felt right. I just feel very at ease and at home.”
Her passion for country music was rekindled over the past few years through writing trips back down to Nashville, working with The Stellas and Carolyn Dawn Johnson - among others. Meredith's debut country single is called Better Than This - a song she co-wrote.
“For much of the past couple of years most of the people I was writing with, talking with, and dealing with on a regular basis were in country music. I know I am in the right place,” she said adding that she has always been drawn to female singers who not only had powerful voices but powerful personalities, regardless of their genre citing the likes of Linda Ronstadt, Emmylou Harris, Stevie Nicks, Trisha Yearwood, Martina McBride and fellow Canadians Shania Twain and CDJ as key role models.
Songwriter/producer Jeff Johnson has been brought in to produce the music that will eventually become Meredith’s debut country music album. His track record with breakthrough acts like Wes Mack, and his writing credits with Dallas Smith, Madeline Merlo and Small Town Pistols impressed her.
Meredith is the host of the top-rated weekend radio show in Toronto on boom 97.3, a model with a number of successful national campaigns to her name, a business owner of a gift and custom greeting card company, and a philanthropist who started the Girls Who Believe Festival to help girls and young women reach their fullest potential through affirmation and mentorship.
Today on Women of Wisdom, Best-Selling Author, Win Kelly Charles welcomes inspiring author, horse breeder, and in-demand speaker, Dawn Shaw to the program. Dawn was born with a fast growing tumor, a teratoma which had to be removed immediately so as not to compromise her windpipe. This surgery left the left side of her face permanently altered, with misaligned jaws, hearing loss and paralysis. And while many have been exceedingly cruel to Dawn throughout her life because of the outward appearance, many have showered her with acceptance, respect and love, including her husband, Ian. In her book, “Facing Up To It” Dawn tells her emotional story and shows us that what some would consider a deformity has never stopped her from living! She is also the author of another remarkable book titled: “Friending the Mirror”. Get to know MORE about Dawn’s rich, full life, her growing list of accomplishments and how to access her books and services at her website, www.facinguptoit.com. You are invited to connect with our host, Win Charles @ www.authorwincharles.com and when YOU are ready to be a guest, email her email@example.com and put GUEST in the subject line, we will get right back to you. FOLLOW this program @ www.blogtalkradio.com/wcawomanwithcp
Dawn Shaw has always known what it is like to be different and she’d like everyone to know that being different is not only okay but it can be what empowers you! Her books Facing Up To It and Friending the Mirror not only give you something to think about but reason after reason to CHEER! We’ll be spending ½ an hour with Dawn Shaw today on Tell Me a Story and you are encouraged to spend some time on her website www.facinguptoit.com as well as encouraged to visit www.themagichappens.com to read the works of our international writers/authors. Also, FOLLOW us on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and YOU Tube. Want to be a guest on this show in 2015? Drop us an email Annette@themagichappens.com and put TMAS in the subject line.
Monument of Hope and Deliverance Ministries with Pastor David Shaw
Join ‘She’ and Charles Shaw as the discuss his recent documentary “Exile Nation...The Plastic People”, humanity, human rights and his upcoming wisdom and film dedicated to giving those suffering from trauma wisdom and a sense they too can heal. His next film is “At Home in the Dark”. Please connect to the links below and if inspired to support post-production of this film.
About Charles Shaw
Charles Shaw is an award-winning journalist, editor, author of the critically-acclaimed memoir, Exile Nation: Drugs, Prisons, Politics & Spirituality (2012, Counterpoint/Soft Skull Press), and Director of the documentary films, The Exile Nation Project: An Oral History of the War on Drugs & The American Criminal Justice System (2011), WHITE PANTHER: The Legacy of John Sinclair (2013), Visurreality (2013) & Exile Nation: The Plastic People (2014 Cinedigm Films: Executive Produced & Narrated by Edward James Olmos). He is currently the Director & Executive Producer of I’m Still Here, a documentary on Trauma currently in post-production (est. release: 2016).
The Plastic People
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CHUCK MISSLER calls the Bible an integrated message system from outside our time domain. Richard Shaw describes the process of making Torah Codes: End to Darkness and the impact of realizing that God may have encoded just about everything into the first five books of the Bible.
In 2008, Jamiel Shaw the 2nd (17 yrs. young), was assassinated three doors from his home; by an illegal alien gangbanger from Mexico. The killer was negligently released from jail (prior gun charges), on March 1, 2008 and assassinated Jamiel the very next day on March 2, 2008. Jamiel's Mother was serving in Iraq at the time. She's still Serving in the Army. The illegal alien killer was sentenced to death row in November, 2012.
On Tonight's broadcast, Jamiel Shaw Sr., will talk about the Execution of his Son; the Deportation of illegal alien gangs http://www.isupportjamielslaw.com/ - #JamielsLaw tinyurl.com/ld4f26f; His Trip to Washington DC http://youtu.be/f8nAveziGKY & some of the interviews that followed http://video.foxnews.com/v/4085676732001; HR1041, The Jamiel Shaw, II Memorial Act of 2015 http://firecoalition.com/docs/Jamiels-Law-history.pdf; The Bad & The Ugly Side of Illegal immigration http://tinyurl.com/okdkgch; Plus Much More! If you can, tune in.
What is the soul of a social entrepreneur? Madeleine Shaw, co-founder and creative director of the East Vancouver-based Lunapads, talks about founding the revolutionary product that marries her passion with purpose to produce a thriving corporate culture.
Your corporate culture, as Madeleine insightfully notes, “will define so much of everything that goes on in your business.”
Join us in this 2015 Vision Casting feature replay with Madeleine, as we journey through:
Your Purpose: think about what that means to you in terms of what your business is about and then how you communicate that to your customers.
Your Finances: make sure you’ve got capital before you need it.
Your Systems: it comes down to people and the motivation they have to use those tools well and to achieve a certain kind of goal.
As a social entrepreneur, Madeleine’s mission-based venture has been able to support the provision of sustainable hygiene supplies to over 300,000 girls in 18 developing nations to support their school attendance. Knowing the why of one’s business does matter indeed. To know more about what Madeleine is up to, check out her website for teen empowerment on G Day for Girls.
"Your corporate culture will define so much of everything that goes on in your business." Madeleine Shaw, co-founder and creative director of the East Vancouver-based Lunapads, talks about founding the revolutionary product that has changed how women find the comfort that fits their very need. Lunapads has been specializing in delivering natural personal care products for 22 years. The business practice that Lunapads champions through the registered nonprofit society United Growth of the World, has been able to support the provision of sustainable hygiene supplies to over 300,000 girls in 18 developing nations to support their school attendance.
Join us in this episode as Madeleine shares her golden nuggets on:
As Madeleine advises, knowing why you do what you do matters. It determines the course of where your company will go, which people you will take in and what values of the company the team will embody in the collective commitment of providing more excellent quality service and better lives for people. So join us for this fresh new episode and together we will build a profitable business that is not only sustainable and scalable but most importantly: brings you fulfillment!
Larry is hosting a roundtable with Richard Shaw, Stan Deyo and Daniel Holdings to discuss Richard's latest Watcher Series DVD due out this week - Torah Codes, End to Darkness. Other current end time events will also be discussed.