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Host Sallie O. Elkordy for Mayor, Vaccine Free NYC welcomes Amanda Kaye as her guest.
Amanda Kaye recommends the website VaxTruth.org
On this episode of The Period Party, Nat & Nicole talk with Amanda Morgan, a rebel nutritionist and creator of the Food or Fiction Program, a 4-week group coaching program designed to help women learn the truth about their favorite foods and start eating healthy on their own terms.
Here are the highlights of what we cover during this episode:
The misguided desire for women to want to associate with a diet label rather than understanding what true health means for them.
Placing foods on “nice” and “naughty” lists and what this does to our mental health (both in terms of diet labels and food itself).
Where the “food or fiction” concept came from and why it’s important to embrace the “f*ck it” mindset and not listen to anyone else but your own intuition.
Why everyone and their mother should be angry with how inappropriate and deceptive food marketing has become and why it’s important to educate yourself.
The future of the diet industry.
Amanda is not afraid to speak her mind about today’s most controversial nutrition topics, and has been praised by blogs such as MindBodyGreen, The Daily Meal, and SheKnows Media for her unique spin on healthy living. She believes that health has nothing to do with diets, and instead places emphasis on happiness, fulfillment, and fun. You can find out more during her upcoming FREE webinar: 3 Trendy "Health" Foods That Aren't As Healthy As You Think. Sign up here.
Join Dr. Angela Lauria of The Author Incubator as she interviews Amanda Young on the writing and publishing of her book, Finding Clarity.
Amanda had set a goal in the writing of this book. In her mind, it just had to come out in spite of her having another book in mind. The topic of the book kind of mirrored what she went through in the process of realizing it, because at the beginning, she lacked a focus and it wasn't clear who she was writing for. But after several tries, she finally got her ideas straight and everything became clear to her - from what her business really was, to who she intended to serve. "I found clarity by writing Finding Clarity!" she said, and adds that clarity is the best thing that's come out of having the book. She now has defined steps for helping people with the same problem.
Read more and download the transcript: Amanda Young on The Author Incubator
Host Cyrus Webb welcomes author Amanda Haas to #ConversationsLIVE to discuss what led her to write THE ANTI-INFLAMMATION COOKBOOK and what it's been like to see how it is helping give others choices when it comes to their diet and health.
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“Here’s a piece of gum and a paperclip, make a set and make this all happen.”
Managing director at Mixed Blood Theatre, co-founder and co-artistic director of DalekoArts, actor, producer and all around artistic person Amanda White is this week's guest. Amanda takes us on a journey from her early love of singing and acting as a young girl in Iowa to her years spent making theater and art in Chicago and New York. She talks about what a person truly learns through a theater arts education, how financial restrictions can lead to amazing creative choices and everything can be a part of one's art practice.
“I think that work life balance thing is such an adorable conversation.”
Amanda also talks about the true power of the artist administrator, what a community can really get from an artist or arts organization and how an organizations internal culture impacts the culture outside the organization. She talks about being a part of big moves at Mixed Blood theater, how DalekoArts decides what to produce and who to work with and highlights how not separating any parts of one's life makes the quest for work/life balance a non-issue.
#ConversationsLIVE host Cyrus Webb welcomes Amanda Haas to the show to discuss her new book THE ANTI-INFLAMATION COOKBOOK.
Saturday night, 10pm Pacific, 1am Eastern we are joined by Para-Author and Investigator Amanda Springer! http://www.authoraspringer.com
Amanda is the author of "A Ghost Hunter's Note Book", " A Haunted Diary", "Poems from the Grave" and "Investigating the Paranormal".
Amanda Springer is the founder and owner of a very successful paranormal investigation team called the South Central Illinois and Oklahoma Ghost Hunters (SCI-OGH). Within Amanda's non-fiction writings such as Investigating the Paranormal, are step-by-step instructions for creating your own paranormal investigation team. Learn the types of equipment, paranormal definitions, copies of our group forms and helpful tips and ideas for you to use toward getting your group started. Her other paranormal writings are a collection of stories from she and her teams experiences including some that have been the basis for "Poems from the Grave".
Ms. Springer was an Army wife for 12 years and is a member of the Military Writer's Society of America, The American Legion, The Illinois Author's Association and a member of ASMSG.
In 2005 Amanda founded the SCI-OGH Paranormal Investigation team, that still exists and is very active today.
She has been in countless newspapers, on television and on the news discussing her books. She is well known for donating copies of her books to troops over seas and helping military families during times of deployment. She has received 2 certificates of appreciation from the United States Army.
Amanda has been the guest at several high schools to help kids who like to write and visit poetry/book clubs. As a former police officer and firefighter she is involved in drinking and driving simulations and suicide prevention teams.
Amanda was raised in Vandalia, Illinois. She now lives in Nokomis, Illinois with her four children.
Amanda is an eight time marathon finisher who has turned her passion for running into an online business through her blog RunToTheFinish.com which has become a destination for running tips, motivation and nutrition advice. Over the last few years, she has doubled her readers and followings on each social platform without pulling her hair out! She's created the lifestyle she wanted through following her passions and making the right choices surrounding branding and strategy.
What is the one thing you want our listeners to know about building a brand?
I think one of the things that is really key is to decide what you want to focus on. As soon as you decide who you're writing for and what topic you really want to become an expert at that's when you'll start to see growth.
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Amanda Johnson has one mission: to help recovering perfectionists and over-thinkers turn their critic into their ally so they can love the life they have and have the life they want.
Amanda is a writer, teacher, guide, and soulful inquirer with more than 10 years of experience performing, educating, facilitating, and consulting for Fortune 500 companies with a personal mission to reach and change lives for the better.
Her passion for helping others—be it a 2nd-grader or a CEO—and ability to connect with and inspire those she meets are unleashed by her wit, charm, and eloquence, making her message resonate deeply with her audience.
She shares her message in weekly videos, group training programs, and coaching so people can recognize their wholeness and start being good with being them. Visit her website www.amandajohnson.tv and Facebook page www.facebook.com/beingamandaj for more information.
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