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  • 00:34

    "Women's Grace Grit & Gratitude: Live as the smartest person in your life"

    in Women

    We live in times most interesting, a time when many a truth we were taught is evolving before our eyes. Truths such as what is power, what is family, what has authority are breath-taking in their change. And terrifying can be the change to what we thought was true and secure. 

    Women have been invited to step forth into more of their power, their impact, and their purpose to be leaders, healers and teachers of the changes we are in the midst of. Yet even planned revolutions bring unplanned course-corrections for staying true and on purpose to the heart of the revolution. Women are being asked to both heal historical rage and wounding while offering forth new forms of power which respect the living and purposes in life.

    Join me as I share my thoughts of the revoution we have begun, it's traps and it's treasures, and how you can navigate the impacts in your life and relationships. We live in times which can take your breath away and which call upon you to live the grace and grit being born a woman gives you.

  • XPollination (Ep. 19) - Millennial Grit and Resilience

    in Management

    As a dynamic consultant, coach, and educator, Sarah Scala has over 15 years of experience in supporting organization development, leadership, and change management for diverse organizations. She is passionate about creating solutions that strengthen interpersonal skills and support change with individuals, teams, and organizations.

    We met when Sarah was giving a presentation on “Sustaining Success through Mindfulness, Optimism, Resilience and Grit.”  I was especially interested around the topic of resilience and grit and how Millennials fit into the equation.  Do we have resilience and grit as a generation?  Most older generations would argue that these core elements are lacking in this generation?  Can we build grit and resilience?  

  • 01:59


    in Television

    MONDAY 04/11/16 LIVE AT 7pm ET/6pm CT/4pm PT MICHELLE COSTA (BIG BROTHER 10) Hosts THE MANIC MONDAY SHOW with Special Guest: JIM VAGLICA of AMERICAN GRIT!!!  We are SO Honored to be bringing you this Very Special Interview just 3 days before the new hit #RealityTV Show airs on #Fox on April 14th at 9pm ET/ 8pm CT! You've seen the commercials by now. Four Military Heros: Army, Marines, Seals & Rangers will take 16 competitors and put them through grueling military challenges. They aren't looking for the fastest. They aren't looking for the strongest. They're looking for the Toughest! They're looking for #AMERICANGRIT! And we're going to get to hear all about it with JIM VAGLICA just three days before it premieres! If you're thinking the name JIM VAGLICA sounds familiar, you might remember him from another reality tv show, Expedition Impossible, where he and 2 other Boston Cops did quite well as a team on challenges that put their physical strength to the test. But now he's back, ready to compete in what looks to be the biggest test of them all! Make sure you're here with us on #ManicMondays to be the first to hear what Jim has to say about the most exciting new reality tv show ever! AMERICAN GRIT!! 
    In our final segment: Michelle Costa will just be returning from Temecula, CA. where she attended #RealityRally for her 6th year. Reality Rally is a #RealityTV based charity event with all proceeds going to #MichellesPlace which is a #BreastCancer Resource Center that assists the patient and the entire family through the struggles of cancer. GILLIAN LARSON of Survivor Gabon created this event and it's now one of the most successful, respected and fun Reality TV charities in the nation! Michelle Costa always has Great Stories to share when she returns from this event so we can't wait to hear the stories from this year! 

  • 00:46

    American True Grit - How We Lost It, How We Can Get It Back

    in Politics

    The character Rooster Cogburn certainly had True Grit, but so did the majority of Americans in our history.

    Unfortunately, the well-known American True Grit; our courage, honesty, common sense and heartiness have virtually disappeared from most Americans in the 21st Century.

    We are no longer the United States of the Minutemen, the Cowboy, The Boys of Pointe Du Hoc, the Mountain Men and Merrill’s Marauders.

    Where is the America of Jim Bowie, Jedediah Smith, Wyatt Earp, George Patton, Chesty Puller, Teddy Roosevelt, Molly Pitcher, Rosie the Riveter and millions of anonymous, tough, brave, resourceful heroes who built this great country?

    America of 2016 is the nation of overweight kids, soccer moms, socialist public school administrators who ban dodge ball, metrosexual men; transgender TV stars, helicopter parents and college kids who need safe spaces with Play Doh.

    On the Thursday, January 21, 2016 edition of the Ray Starmann Show, Ray discusses how Americans have lost their True Grit and how we can get it back. Ray also covers the ongoing Hillary Email Scandal and other news of the day.

    Join Ray for another politically incorrect broadcast.

  • 00:17

    Women's Grace Grit & Gratitude: "Is your spirit serving you or gone missing?

    in Women

    Women today are expected to do it all, be it all. And while that may work when you are young or healthy or inspired, what happens when you get overwhelmed, or discouraged, or need some help yourself? Many women simply keep over-riding their own needs to keep up with the tasks of their roles and their jobs, which serves only to deplete their health and their spirit. 

    If your spirit has gone AWOL, tune into today's show and learn how you can call back your best support for the many roles and responsibilities you have today as a woman. Learn how calling upon your spirit will lessen your feelings of overwhelm and helplessness for meeting the changes and challenges of the roles and responsibilities you have in your life.

  • 01:58

    Tomorrow Will Be Televised Ed Bassmaster/American Grit/Leader/Dice Episode

    in Television

    The program all about TV.  Our guests; former MTV executive Tony DiSanto, now executive producer of The Ed Bassmaster Show, launching April 14 on CMT; David George, executive producer of Fox's new athletic competition American Grit, hosted by WWE champion John Cena and also launching April 14; Farnoosh Torabi, host of Follow The Leader, which launched on CNBC earlier this week, and Dice creator/executive producer Scot Armstrong, whose new Showtime comedy premieres Sunday night.

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  • 00:31

    "Women's Grace Grit & Gratitude: Don't despair nor give up on your happiness"

    in Women

    Welcome to “Women's Grace Grit & Gratitude: Ancient Wisdom for Contemporary Life”. Each week I share wisdom and inspiration for women to live happier and on purpose. As a women you have all the wisdom and strength you need for meeting the changes and challenges of your life when you call upon the guidance and support of your spirit and soul. When you learn to trust yourself as a woman and make your choices with integrity to your deepest values, more happiness in your life and your relationships will be yours!

    In this episode, JaiKaur talks about how happiness has many myths, one being how others are to make you happy. This myth is a major factor in the break-up of marriages and in the acceptance by women of a life less than happy. Learn how happiness can be yours when you are willing to be the author of the story of your life and update how to be happy as a women in contemporary times!

  • 00:16

    Women's Grace Grit & Gratitude: The Older I Get The Less Recipes I Follow"

    in Women

    Our times are awash in information like never before, yet what do we DO with all this information? Our bodies will have their responses-which we tend to dismiss or medicate-and our mind will be insatiable. Yet, a life well lived is one in which we live OUR life, not the reflections of other's lives. 

    There is information never before shared but with a privileged few, now yours for the reading. But how do you go from the plethora of information to wise use of the information for your purposes in life? How do you go from "The 10 Steps to Enlightenment" mode of information to using all this information for wise action in your life?

    In this episode, JaiKaur will share how an intimacy with your self and soul are essential for your happiness and satisfaction. An intimacy in which you learn what to trust within you and then choose to exercise your courage for living what you know to be true for YOU and your one precious life. 



  • 00:30

    NLP Podcast Episode 25: The Grit N' Grind Grizzlies Ressurection/Awards Show

    in Basketball

    With injuries to two of their key players in Marc Gasol and Mike Conley, things are looking grim for the Memphis Grizzlies. Having lost their last six games, they continue to fight for a playoff spot in the suddenly competitive Western Conference. However, it is not all bad in Memphis, at least in the hosts point of view, as a version of their grit n' grind playing style seems to have resurfaced. When did Jordan Farmar start living again? How likely is a Tony Allen/;Lance Stephenson locker room showdown? Are the Grizzlies in rebuild mode?

    Also, the hosts will make some predictions for regular season awards, including MVP, where one of the hosts may not pick Steph Curry (that's not actually true), Defensive Player of the Year, Sixth Man of the Year, and Coach of the Year.

  • 00:31

    "Women's Grace Grit & Gratitude: Care Where You Care"

    in Women

    Welcome to “Women's Grace Grit & Gratitude: Ancient Wisdom for Contemporary Life”. Each week I share wisdom and inspiration for women to live happier and on purpose. As a women you have all the wisdom and strength you need for meeting the changes and challenges of your life when you call upon the guidance and support of your spirit and soul. When you learn to trust yourself as a woman and make your choices with integrity to your deepest values, more happiness in your life and your relationships will be yours!

    In this episode, I talk about how to not become overwhelmed by all which calls to your heart for healing, concluding you have no power to make a difference. Quite the opposite is true, for when you "care where you care", you show up, speak up, and stand up for what you care about. Women can often feel overwhelmed by their sensitivity and our grace as stewards for all life. And, when you trust where you care, take action in alignment with your care, you feel better and make a difference.

    Learn how to engage your grace and your grit as a woman, noble in your role as grace on earth. You will not only feel better about yourself, you will begin to apply your blessings as a woman.