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How does a master creativity coach help his creative and performing artist clients from around the world meet their challenges and realize their dreams? Now you can hear for yourself!
Join host Kelly Galea and guest Eric Maisel, America's foremost creativity coach, for this episode as we talk about Eric's book Secrets of a Creativity Coach (Motivational Press, January 2014), where he shares his work with 25 creative and performing artists. These aren’t vignettes, case studies, or summaries: these are the actual interactions between coach and client. Nothing is made up. Nothing is left out. You get the whole unvarnished experience!
For the first time, you get to see how coaching works and why coaching works. Haven’t you wondered what a coach says and does? Why one strategy works and another doesn’t? How coaching is different from therapy? How a coach picks a path to pursue out of the mass of information his client presents? Now you can!
Get a taste of Dr. Maisel's work with jazz singers, clowns, erotic novelists, singer/songwriters, portrait painters, jewelry makers, and artists from every corner of the globe.
The author of more than 40 books, including 20 books for creative and performing artists, Dr. Maisel founded the profession of creativity coaching, trains creativity coaches national and internationally, and provides core trainings for the Creativity Coaching Association. His titles include Fearless Creating, Coaching the Artist Within, Making Your Creative Mark, Creative Recovery, and A Writer’s Paris. Dr. Maisel writes a monthly print column for Professional Artist Magazine, a weekly column for Fine Art America, and the Rethinking Psychology blog for Psychology Today.
Welcome to our weekly series starting today, August 6, 2014.
Today's topic: Round Table for Callers, Scribes, Followers, and Others (Phonelines are open for you to share.)
"Building Strong Literary Groups and Book Clubs" will be moved to next week.
Theresa Harvard Johnson's creative scribal ministry is rooted in inner healing, Godly character-building, and affirmation because it is bringing significance to the lives of others through the prophetic, creative arts. A former award-winning prnt news reporter with a career spanning more 22 years, she is an active freelance writer, blogger, and the author of The Scribal Anointing® Book Series. She also authored a collection of poetry and spoken word, Thank God for Salvation, and is the co-author of nationally published and distributed workbooks addressing child sexual abuse awareness and prevention including: The Courage to Speak; The Grooming Mystery: Unmasking the Sex Offender; True Intimacy; Pathways to Healing and the soon-to-be-released workbook, Splinters of Shame. Theresa has published blogs and articles, and has been published in Charisma Magazine, Rejoice Atlanta News, The Answer Newspaper, and more.
She also authored a collection of poetry and spoken word, Thank God for Salvation, and is the co-author of nationally published and distributed workbooks addressing child sexual abuse awareness and prevention including: The Courage to Speak; The Grooming Mystery: Unmasking the Sex Offender; True Intimacy; Pathways to Healing and the soon-to-be-released workbook, Splinters of Shame. Theresa has published blogs and articles, and has been published in Charisma Magazine, Rejoice Atlanta News, The Answer Newspaper, and more.
Visit Theresa at voicesofchrist.com/
Larry L. Fobes returns to On The Dean's List Radio.
Larry and Dean will discuss "Changes In Leadership." We will look at case studies when there is a change or shift in how an organziation is lead, when the vision changes and what is the result for those who work or invest in the organization or use it's services. This show marks Larry's second visit to On The Dean's List Radio, with his first show among the top 10 all time in OTDL listenership: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/onthedeanslist/2013/10/16/larry-l-fobes-1
Larry L. Fobes, MBA is best known as the host of Detroit Public Television's Emmy Award Winning program, "Leaders on Leadership. For eight years, he interviewed C-level management from 150 different organizations and discussed freely the challenges and opportunities in such positions. Fobes is also in demand as a keynote speaker, seminar and conference leader and consultant on the areas of leadership, leadership development and other topics. His presenations often incorporate segments from his television show.
His career includes 30 years at Ford, leading globally dispersed teams on 5 continents for 8 different brands. He was also the Director of Wayne State's School of Business’ Institute for Organizational & Industrial Competitiveness. His studies include the Global Executive MBA from Duke and The Executive Program at the Ross School of Business, Michigan.
My name is Bob Zima and I am a Frequent Flyer to Hell and Back.
One thing I have learned on my various travels to find hope and healing is that fun and laughter and sense of adventure are vital companions.
I love hockey, NASCAR, adventure and thriller movies, the beach, my wife and kids and so much more. Each and every day I make it a point to improve my psychological fitness skills so that I can maintain my mental and behavioral health and wellness. Ain't easy. It is a struggle.
I try to make the science and the "industry" of psychology easier to understand and actually use.
I try to make the search for fun and healing adventurous and exciting. I inspire people to get their head out of their ass and their ass off of the couch and improve the quality of their lives TODAY. Why wait? Life is passing you by.
I am a quirky, outspoken, irreverent, authentic and energetic frequent flyer to hell and back who just happens to host his very own radio show and podcast. I also write a blog, books and produce funny and educational videos!
I am also a licensed clinical professional counselor who has over 10 years in the counseling profession and over 20 in the mass media production (TV, Radio, Film) industry. I studied with The Player's Workshop of the Second City and have performed improv comedy with a variety of troupes.
Welcome to The Grumpy Gator Cafe'.
THAT IS RIGHT YOU ARE IN A PRISON ! YOU DONT SEE IT OR KNOW IT BUT IT IS A FACT !
YOU WILL OBAY YOUR MASTER CONTROLER CALLED GOVERMENT !!!!!!!!!!
HOW WOULD YOU FEEL IF YOU KNOWN THAT YOU ARE CONTROLED BE A CORPORATION .
ARE YOU NOTHING BUT LIVE STOCK ? IS YOUR SS # LIKE A EAR TAG ON A COW ?
DO YOU THINK YOU ARE FREE ? DO YOU KNOW THE TRUTH FROM A LIE ?
TONIGHT WE WILL ASK THE ? WHAT IS WRIGHT OR WRONG AND WHAT WILL IT TAKE TO CHANGE IT ALL ?
Shalom everyone. Tonight I will talk about Black children and the hardship of Black women raising them in racist white America. Often without the aid of their Fathers or even a cohesive Black villiage to turn too the way we once had. History shows us there has aways been a WAR on the indigenous North American Black woman and her children. In many cases without her or her children even knowing it. As usual my own personal experiences will be used as a source of reference to help other mothers or wanna be mothers know when it is ok to (demand) that your child go and find their own way in life. Some of us feel so fortunate to have children who were not killed or sent off to prison that some Black women find ways to keep their children dependant on them when they should be preparing them to be responsible, self sufficient tax payers. Sometimes though we have that very rebellious and dominant child whos personality is so atrocious that getting rid of them may reuire more than just asking them to leave. These ones often times require YOU to totally cut all ties with them and for whatever reason we just won't do it. In some cases the results is the lost of someones life and the ultimate ruin of others. From all sides, noone comes away a winner. If you have any good parenting stories, call in, lets talk let's share. Often times parents, especially single ones need to find ways to do the right thing and let their disagreeable dependants go without it sending them into depression or unjustified guilt. 9Mind Sacred Sisterhood Class is now in session. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a2r_ibT7d44
Tonight on a special episode of the Visitors Section college football.College preview! Top 5 Bottom 5, Who is not gonna win the Heisman, How to shut up, & stupid animal tricks
Also, The men might cover 'how to know when no one cares what you have to say' and Fan favorite 'You're a blogger, not a journalist."
Josh personally takes time to examine how annoying are Social Justice Warriors? When fighting injustice from a chair is hardwork.
College Football college football college football college football. Football college football. Plus dumb animal tricks! Live!!!
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1990 Town Hall Meeting with Nelson Mandela of South Africa.
This meeting, held in New York and chaired by Ted Koppel of ABC Networks, formed part Nelson Mandela's first visit to the USA immediately following his release after 27 years in prison.
Much of the meeting focused on Nelson Mandela's advocating of sanctions against Apartheid South Africa, his support for the Palestinian Liberation Organisation (PLO) as well as his close friendship with Yasser Arafat (of Palestine) and Fidel Castro (of Cuba).
It is important to note that this meeting took place in 1990, long before the world embraced Nelson Mandela or the ANC, yet, even then, Mandela stood firm and resolute on his and the ANC's policies even though it could have "hurt" his and the ANC's "image", for example his support for the Palestinian and Cuban people.
Warrior Talk with GI Jenn & Jeff Gonzales: This week we have two very special guests joining us. SF CW2 Mark Roland & SF Lt. Col (Ret.) D. Scott Mann.
First, CW2 Mark Roland, an SF soldier who confronted Post Traumatic Stress personally, will be joining us to talk about his experiences (when it started, how the symptoms progressed, what led him to get help, some of his misconceptions and barriers to treatment, and what he has learned since then. Mark's candor made him and integral part of the Breaking the Stigma Project. We will find out how it is going and the impact the project has made.
Then, we will have SF Lt. Col. (Ret.) D. Scott Mann, 23 years in the U.S. Army, most of that as a Green Beret doing missions all over the world, with three combat tours in Afghanistan, as well as in many other conflict zones such as Iraq and Colombia. His last few years in the Army, I was an architect and original implementer of the Special Operations Village Stability Operations (VSO)/Afghan Local Police (ALP) programs in Afghanistan.
Now, Lt. Col Mann is the Founder and the Chief Executive Officer of the Stability Institute, a non-profit organization dedicated to brokering knowledge and connecting stability professionals on complex stability issues around the globe. In concert with Institute President Howard Clark, ha has built a vast network of stability practitioners who collaborate regularly. As well, he is putting his entrepreneurial experience to use by mentoring transitioning Green Berets and other veterans in reaching their goals and dreams in the civilian sector.
Please join us for this incredible show TUESDAY, 26 August between 2000 and 2200 EST ONLY on www.VETSonMEDIA.com Call in number is 646-595-3504
Introducing Bryan Nalls. Bryan is the associate band director at Miles College and works as an arranger and coordinator with the Alabama Mass Band. Bryan is not only a great musician but attended multiple HBCU's and is using his education to uplift the community through music. We are excited to talk to Bryan because Miles is an up and coming program, that we enjoy to watch. Please call in at 718 664 6025, you can join our chat room live on the page of the broadcast. You can email the show at email@example.com, tweet us @marchingpodcast or follow our blog at blog4.themarchingpodcast.com
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