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Comfort Cases for Children in Foster Care: It Takes a Village! Join Us!
We often take our lives for granted. There are children across the United States that drifts from pillar to post daily. Ideally when we imagine childhood, we envision smiling faces and endless giggles. However, this is not always the actuality for countless youth. Children are experiencing the unthinkable. We must open our minds and hearts to this crude reality. Tonight Kathy Jackson the "Pajama Drive" Mom and Rob Scheer, Founder/CEO of Comfort Cases will share how they combat the dilemma.
Knowledge Always Empowers!
So, Let’s Talk!
Questions for the guest can be answered live or text them to me Sheba Holly at 202 288 0676.
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We live in a competitive environment. Everyday you hear stories about the haves and have nots. What if there was a way for everyone to succeed through a blending of cooperation and competition? Join the conversation with Barbara Hetzel, Gina Costa, and LeAnne Parsons as they explore the concept of Coopetition.
Barbara E. Hetzel is the owner and founder of Ridge Top Coaching, a life and leadership coaching firm that engages leaders and teams in developing and expanding their gifts and talents for the world. As an accomplished professional in the field of training and organizational development, she has over 25 years of experience helping others discover and embrace true calling.
Gina is a breast cancer survivor and Certified Professional Coach & Energy Leadership Master Practitioner. She has also been in the role of a caregiver. She created Dedicated to New Beginnings After Cancer. As the the founder of New Beginnings Coaching Services, LLC she helps women diagnosed with breast cancer cope, step by step, with the emotional and physical challenges they experience, so they gain confidence and feel in control of their life again.
When you partner with LeAnne Parsons The Walk Your Talk Coach, you will work with a certified professional coach who has been trained in the Core Energy Coaching Process. LeAnne has also received Certification as an Energy Leadership Master Practitioner (ELI-P), and has created the powerful and effective “Heirloom Coaching Process”. She is an expert in her field and desires to see families discover the missing threads in the tapestries of their lives and weave them into a tapestry of love, life, and legacy. “Heirloom Coaching” is the missing thread in the tapestry of adoption.
Replays, links and resources at http://anyasophiamann.com/quantum-alchemy/
This week Anya asks the question ‘what really matters most in life?’ It’s so easy these days to get caught up in the everyday business of making a living, paying our bills, and providing for ourselves and our families that we can easily think that that really is the most important thing in our lives, but is it? Why do we do it? Who do we do it for? What is is all about? And when the going gets tough, what is it that carries us through and keeps us going? Join Anya for this last live call-in of 2014 for coaching on what really matters most in your life, and how you can align more fully with that for a deeper sense of fulfillment.
Call early (818-495-6930) - between 9.00am and 10.00am MST - on any personal or business matter- to receive masterful intuitive coaching in the moment that can quantum leap your life!
ALSO stay tuned at 10:00 MST for Unwavering Strength 2:
#24 This episode features co-author Tracy Friesen. Tracy’s story is one of deep self-inquiry and self-searching. The unexpected death of her Father in difficult circumstances led Tracy in the depths of her grief to question herself, and whether there was anything she could or should have done differently. Listen as she shares with Anya her deep and intimate story of courage to confidence.
#25 This episode features co-author Gail Harris. Like many women, Gail wanted a family of her own. When it became clear that this wasn’t happening she followed the path of adoption which she describes as a ‘pilgrimage’. Listen as she shares with Anya the joys, pain, loss, strength, courage and insight that she experienced on her journey.
Everyone is talking about Software Defined Networking (SDN) these days, but what does it really mean? Is SDN the same a virtual networking? Is it something you can try "just a little bit" or does SDN mean a forklift upgrade for your networking infrastructure?
These are the questions that many are asking right now and Interop Radio has the answers. In a special two-part show, we're going to talk with Brian Chee, a noted networking expert and long-time member of the Interop NOC Team, about the technologies and products that make up SDN. By the time we're through, you should have a much better understanding of what SDN is all about and how (or whether) it can do great things for your company.
This week, we're going to be talking about the basic terminology and technology of SDN, along with a frank look at where SDN is in the adoption chain. Next week we'll continue the discussion with details of how the parts fit together, who the big players are, and how SDN can fit into your enteprise network.
Today's guest is Matthew Virgin,he's the volunteer director of Americans United Against Tyranny-Family Division.
He gives a voice to children and their families by exposing the problems within Children's Protective Services and the 1997 Bill HR 867 called the Adoption Bill.
He is also a radio personality at 4cast.tv and originally came from Adelaide Australia,he has lived in Brisbane and Northern New South Wales Australia.
He now calls Houston Texas home.
Nikki Preece, Ex. Dir. of Fulshear Ranch Academy, a therapeutic boarding school near Houston Texas for young women ages 18 and above, joined Lon Oct. 9, 2014 to explain their adoption of an Attachment Model last Spring for their young adult women. Nikki explained how these girls suffer from attachment insecurity and often have been adopted. This decision was made from comments by their students that had been in many therapeutic programs and felt they "learned nothing good about themselves.' The girls are now very positive and enthusiastic about this new approach Nikki explained.
Nikki Preece, Ex. Dir. of Fulshear Ranch Academy
Mud Toe Sasquatch has been a researcher, a materials scientist, a product developer, a quality assurance manager, a schoolteacher, a house painter, a salesman, and amateur actor and director, and a videographer. No matter what avocation he tried, Mud Toe found himself plagued by a persistent sense of spiritual emptiness and an inescapable feeling that human society was fundamentally flawed. He has struggled with substance abuse and self-destructive behavior since he was a teenager.
Four years ago, Mud Toe embarked on a spiritual journey working the Twelve Steps of recovery. Today, he is a PhD student at a well known Major University in the Midwest. He has also accepted a call to become a Healer of Society in the Nemenhah Native American tradition, which he has joined through spiritual adoption. He writes and speaks about his experiences in addiction and recovery, and publishes his words so they might reach those who need them. He maintains a Facebook page of his writings, and now will be sharing his thoughts on a weekly radio program on Withinsights radio called "Mud Toe at Midnight."
Mud Toe is not your average, everyday shaman. For him, it's not all "Love and Light." He is not afraid to access and embrace the darker elements of his experience. His intention is to be fully honest with his readers and his audience. He paints vivid pictures, and they're not always pretty.
Join Mud Toe every Friday at Midnight for a different kind of spiritual program.
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