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Join us today on Women Leading the Way Radio as Barbara Eldridge, your host of Trend Setting Women, interviews Gaylene Xanthopoulos, Founder and President of The Leadership Edge, Inc.
How do engineers and scientists go on to become great managers and leaders? They find The Leadership Edge under the direction of Gaylene Xanthopoulos to take that education to another level. As a businesswoman, professional trainer, facilitator, speaker and published author, she devotes herself full-time to assisting high growth, entrepreneurial companies in achieving their next level of excellence through executive and management development.
Barbara Eldridge is your host of Trend Setting Women, a show that is intense, informative and always interesting. Trend Setting Women focuses on showcasing women owners who play the game of business and never give up. Currently, Barbara is the President & Founder of Mind Masters, an organization for entrepreneurs to master the challenges they face in an ever-changing market place. For more than twenty-five years Barbara has been contributing to other people’s business success. Her many years of experience in the corporate world provided her with knowledge, insight and presence to help thousands of entrepreneurial men and women nurture their business ventures into thriving successes.
Iris and Priya return for another candid conversation about women entering the wisdom years of 60! Join us for another engaging conversation about things we often do not really talk about in public, at least honestly and openly. Todays episode is about "happy to be single". So many of us women are single in our midlife. In a culture that is fixated on being in relationship as the only path to fulfillment for a woman, being single can be a real challenge. The big one is being alright with being single in the face of all of the negative conditioning that we have grown up with that tells us that we are not ok if we are not together with someone aka "Married". Once we get over that big hurdle and settle into ourselves then there are the questions of how to get our social, sexual and intimacy needs met. It takes a village of the sisterhood to break through the viels that keep us isolated, alone and in despair about our being single. Let's move through it together so that we can celebrate our lives as sovereign women loving oursleves and eachother!
Guest: Author and Women's Empowerment Leader Lauran Star, author of 'Your Power Pivot'
About the book:
Today women are entering the workforce and leadership field at an extensive rate; however, they are struggling to gain a real perspective on how to get ahead, what is expected, how to build strong alliances, and find work/life strategies. This lack of knowledge is creating a “one step forward two steps back” mentality as the tools required to succeed are hushed. This book focuses on how to pivot into your own empowerment. It explores strategies in leadership, communication, networking, moving forward and success while applying these tools to create harmony at home. Throughout the book, quotes from pivotal women talk about their struggles and how they find solutions both at work and at home.
Lauran Star is a sought after thought leader in Leadership Diversity and Women’s Empowerment. Her leadership experience began in 1989 when Lauran became a proud member of the United States Armed Forces. With over fifteen years of leadership development with several Fortune 100 companies, Lauran understands what women need to thrive both in the business world and at home.
She is the CEO of LS Consulting, a leadership development organization, fostering continued growth both for women and the next generation. Lauran holds a Master’s Degree is in Organizational Psychology and is an active member of the Global Speakers Federation.
Teresa Morrow, The Author's Cheerleader invites her guest Danielle Elyse to share about her book, 'Warning Signs'.
Warning Signs takes women on a journey that explores the ups and downs of dating. It empowers women as they realize dating doesn’t have to be a daunting experience. From the book, women will learn:
· How to identify relationships by type
· How to avoid common dating traps
· What a healthy relationship looks like
· To be more analytical when choosing a partner
· When to bring up the marriage question
About the author:
The author, Danielle E. Ward, resides in Flint, Michigan. Warning Signs is her first book. In addition to being an author, Danielle works as a nationally certified sign language interpreter in the greater Flint, Michigan area. She also owns an editing and proofreading business.
Outside of work, Danielle is an avid volunteer with several local organizations and is very active in her church. She can be often found spending time with family and friends, engaging in sports and outdoor activities and traveling.
Danielle earned a bachelor’s degree in Chemistry from Hampton University, a master’s degree in Sign Language Interpretation from Gallaudet University and a certificate in Radio Broadcasting from the Columbia School of Broadcasting. A lifelong learner, she is a recent graduate of The Word and the Spirit Bible Training Center.
Welcome to the Women of Golf Show!
This week Cindy & I speak with Breanna Elliott from Yarrawonga, Australia. She's the winner of the Symetra Tours - Fuccillo KIA Championship at Capital Hills in Albany, NY.
Later were joined by Jon Stabler - Co-Founder and Co-Owner of SportPsych, Inc.
Here's more about Jon:
Co-Founder and Co-Owner of SportPsych, Inc. doing business as GolfPsych since 1990. Co-Author, “The Eight Traits of Champion Golfers” with Dr. Deborah Graham. Inventor of the Mind Meter for golf, biofeedback for more effective coaching on the course. GolfPsych is the only mental game training system in golf based on Tour level research, studies of the LPGA, PGA Tour and Champions Tour players. Together Jon and Deborah have worked with over 380 Tour Players over 30 years now. 21 clients have won 31 majors. Conducting monthly mental game training schools near San Antonio. Retired from traveling on Tour.
Join Cindy & I Tuesday Morning at 9:00 AM EST at www.blogtalkradio.com/womenofgolf
“Soul-hearted Partners are comets weaving their energies in alignment of purpose, love and intimacy.” Debra Reble Soul-Hearted Partnership: The Ultimate Experience of Love, Passion and Intimacy My vision of soul-hearted partnership, which involves first having a fully realized relationship with oneself and then cocreating a soul-connected relationship with another, has evolved over thirty-four years of being a teacher, psychologist, relationship counselor, and spiritual guide. I wanted to present a spiritual template for creating this spiritual partnership with ourselves and a beloved.
The spiritual principles and practices presented in SHP, underlie those I teach my clients and incorporate into my everyday life. Other than health and finances, relationships are one of the key areas in our lives where we struggle and find ourselves most vulnerable. Most of all, they provide us with opportunities for self-realization and personal transformation and assist us in spiritually progressing beyond what we could ever achieve alone. The artist Alex Grey suggests that “when two forces unite in love, a third power, a spiritual bridge, opens up to divine wisdom and guidance.” He calls this power, “the Third Force, a potency that shifts a relationship into a transformative path.” In SHP, I refer to this energetic integration of two fully expressed beings, connected heart to heart and soul to soul as “soul-hearted.” By being the conduit for this energy source, such a relationship becomes a force greater than the sum of its partners. This model of relationship is the ultimate expression of soul and heart.
Host Teresa Morrow invites Trinda Latherow, author of 'A Greater You: Living a Connected Life' as guest on Inspiration Nation. In her book, Greater You: Living a Connected Life is a collection of stories and inspirational writings recognizing our vital connections to self, others, and a greater power and presence. Discover a greater you by living a more mindful or connected life, physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually.
More about Trinda: After the birth of her daughter and soon after death of her mother, Trinda stepped upon a path of mysteries and miracles alike in a quest for the answers to some of life’s biggest questions. Asking, “Who are we and where did we come from, but more importantly, why are we here?” Along the way, she met world renowned psychics, scientists, spiritual leaders, doctors, authors, artists, and gifted laypeople who each held some valuable piece of the puzzle to our existence. She has been writing and speaking of her unique experiences ever since.
Previously addressing the mind and body as a safety and health professional, Trinda is now focusing on the mind, body, and spirit of us as an author, speaker, and consultant.
Inspiration Nation welcomes fellow Tampa Bay writer, Mary Jane Cronin, author of A Caregiver Connection
With people living somuch longer these days, the result is often "longer not better" with ailments and limitations requiring someone to step in and help with personal care. Proving care and support to both mychildren and my parents with a little extra padding on the hips for goodmeasure. A Caregiver Connection was created following my ten years working with hospice. Realizing that caregiver, both personal or family caregivers and professionals who work in the healthcarefield often ignore their own care and go into providing care with littlepreparation. This guidebook offers chapters on exploring your feelings as acaregiver, self-care, and types of care communities and how to get help at homewhen you are trying to do it all alone.
Mary Jane Cronin LMHC founded Cronin Counseling and Coaching in the fall of 2014 to help fill a serious void in the mental health service field. During her ten years of practice working with Suncoast Hospice, Mary Jane repeatedly observed that many caregivers and other adults encountered significant obstacles to accessing quality and consistent mental health care. Recognized that many people are unable to visit a counseling office, they could however, be open to treatment in the comfort of their own homes. Offering services for elderly adults who are living in care communities or their family members who need support seemed like a logical solution.