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    Interview with Theresa Chaze on the "Walk-In" Phenomena

    in Paranormal

    Our topic will be on “Walk-In” Phenomena, with special guest, Theresa Chaze, Executive Producer, CEO Cosmos Productions LLC - Her life long spiritual quest for wisdom has led her down a path that angels and fools have feared to tread. Her current project, a paranormal romance movie called “Never Can Say Good-bye”, which is a traditional ghost story with a reincarnation twist UNLIKE most in the genre. 
    Visit: http://www.theresachaze.com/ to learn more about Chaze and her work.

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    Until You Walk the Path, You Won't Know Where it Goes

    in Culture

    Until You Walk The Path, You Won’t Know Where it Goes will be chatting with author and motivational speaker  on Monday, August 10 at 2pm eastern as share how he overcame barriers of mental anti-cultural perceptions where fatalities, insecurities and social injustice occur all to often. H is book, “I am Suppose to be Here” is a guide into The Art of Dealing With Perception.


    Dr. Donald Arnette was born in New Orleans, LA. He attended the University of North Texas where he received a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Biology. His education continued at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas, where he completed his training. Dr. Arnette performed research projects at Yale School of Medicine. He received a Ph.D. in Cellular Regulation from the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center. Dr. Arnette was the first African American man to receive a Ph.D. from the Department of Cellular and Molecular Biology from UT Southwestern. He completed a post-doctoral fellowship in Cardiology at UT Southwestern in the department of the Nobel


     

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    Until You Walk the Path, You Won't Know Where it Goes

    in Books

    Until You Walk The Path, You Won’t Know Where it Goes will be chatting with comedian, author, and motivational speaker, Fran Capo on August 18 at 2pm eastern as we talk about the importance of laughter and how her new book, “ Hopeville: The City of Light” is a guide to finding the path to happiness. .


    Fran Capo is a motivational speaker, comedienne, adventurer, ordained minister, 18 time-author, spokesperson, consultant, and 6-time world record holder, most known as the Guinness Book of World Record’s Fastest Talking Woman. She has appeared on over 4500 radio shows and 450 TV shows including: The Meredith Vieira Show, Entertainment Tonight, Nick at Nite & Good Morning America. She used to be the weather and traffic girl at WBLS-FM radio in New York. She recently had a video go viral and was in Time magazine, The Huffington Post, Yahoo News, Buzz 60 and media outlets around the world. Fran recently returned from South Korea on the “National Mom Comedy Tour” entertaining our troops. Fran has bungee jumped, scuba dived with sharks, scaled castle walls, driven race cars, climbed Mt. Kilimanjaro, gone down to the wreck site of the Titanic and recently went Flyboarding.

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    Until You Walk the Path, You Won't Know Where it Goes

    in Military

    Until You Walk The Path, You Won’t Know Where it Goes will be chatting with veteran supporter and creator of Welcome Home Resumes , Joseph Corsino on June 24, .2015 at 4 pm eastern as he talks how his organization helps veterans prepare for the transition from military life to civilian.


    In 2012, Joseph Corsino founded Welcome Home Resumes, a free service for veterans who needed assistance with their resumes. Since then, the service has evolved into a complete Interactive Employment Program which includes Interactive Resumes, Interactive Interview Training, Job Matching and top tier support both during and after the use of the program. Joe saw a need for a program that was different, one that wasn’t afraid to think outside the box to address the issue of veteran employment.

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    Until You Walk the Path, You Won't Know Where it Goes

    in Current Events

    Brian StAugust and I will be doing the voice over for a new wildlife PSA.  You are more than welcome to listen in.

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    Until You Walk the Path, You Won't Know Where it Goes

    in Military

    Until You Walk The Path, You Won’t Know Where it Goes will be chatting with  author, and Executive Director of of the non-profit organization Huts For Vets, Paul Anderson May 7, .2015 at 1 pm eastern as he talks about how the wilderness therapy saves veterans lives .


    Paul Andersen has been a professional writer for over 35 years. He is a book author, screenplay writer, editor, historian, magazine contributor, seminar leader, wilderness guide and columnist for the Aspen Times. His latest book, “The High Road to Aspen,” is a history of Independence Pass that tells the founding story of Aspen. He also recently authored “The Story of Snowmass,” a thorough history pictorial account of Snowmass Village and ski resort. Andersen founded Huts For Vets in January 2013, a non-profit designed to help combat veterans cope with post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and other combat-related maladies. The program focuses on wilderness as a place for national healing and the 10th Mountain Ski Huts near Aspen as safe havens.

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    Until You Walk the Path, You Won't Know Where it Goes

    in Current Events

    Until You Walk The Path, You Won’t Know Where it Goes will be chatting with Social Entrepreneur and Philanthropist Neli Vazquez Rowland on June18, .2015 at 1 pm eastern as she talks about the A Safe Haven Foundation's veterans based programs, including the Chicago 2nd annual Veterans Stand Down


    A graduate of Loyola University’s School of Business and of the Minority Executive Management program at Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth, Neli Vazquez Rowland has chosen to use her training and innovative interpersonal skills to address the issues of poverty, homelessness, and the hopelessness that accompanies both. She firmly believes that social responsibility and a keen business acumen do not need to be mutually exclusive. Her goal is to inspire and influence how poverty and homelessness is addressed by connecting services and leveraging investment resources of public and private entities. By sharing responsibility and common goals the root causes of poverty can be addressed by giving others the ability achieve self-sufficiency.


     

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    Until You Walk the Path, You Won't Know Where it Goes

    in Entertainment

    Until You Walk The Path, You Won’t Know Where it Goes will be chatting with musician, author, and President of Guitars Not Guns, Gregg Hammond on April 16.2015 at 1 pm eastern as he talks about how the arts makes positive changes in children and teenagers' lives.


    Musician, mentor, guitar teacher, philanthropist, and author born in DC. Gregg's family moved away from DC in the late 60's to escape the violence of the riots. The move landed him in the Florida Keys, where he grew up learning to live in the natural surroundings, teaching fishing, snorkeling, & exploring in the back country islands of the Keys. Hurricanes destroyed his guitar studio and then his home. With his dog and a guitar, he began a journey to find a larger purpose for his life. He traveled highways and mountain wilderness searching for his truth. Returning to DC in 2002, Gregg experienced violence in the streets. He and his father were randomly attacked by a gang of kids in '04. He was held at gunpoint by teens in '05, and nearly ambushed again by another gang in '06. These experiences compelled him to take action to make a difference. He founded GNG DC and volunteers his time wearing many hats within the charity to keep it going. He has witnessed miracles in the classroom. His vision includes bringing the world together, all playing the same song at the same time, featuring many of the Guitars Not Guns students up on the stages with great musicians like Paul McCartney, U2, and Ben Harper.

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    Until You Walk the Path, You Won't Know Where it Goes

    in Moms and Family

    Until You Walk The Path, You Won’t Know Where it Goes will be chatting with midwife, author, and healer, Patricia Harman on April 3 at 1 pm eastern as she talks about her amazing healing journey and the books that sprouted from it.


    Patricia Harman has spent over thirty years caring for women as a midwife, first as a lay-midwife, delivering babies in cabins and on communal farms in West Virginia, and later as a nurse-midwife in teaching hospitals and in a community hospital birthing center.


    Harman's website:


    http://www.patriciaharman.com/index.htm