• 00:16

    Attending Bridal Expos

    in Lifestyle

    Have you ever wondered what goes on at one of those big bridal expos? They happen at various times of the year around the country exposing you to the various vendors available in your area.


    Listen in as we check in with Don Van Meter of the Rabun County Bridal Expo www.rabuncountybridalexpo.com in Clayton, GA. We'll ask them why a bride should consider attending, what info she will leave with, and how can she take that new info and plan her dream wedding.

  • 01:18

    Medicine for the Mind with Dr. Wayne from Harvard

    in Health

    Living in the 21st century means less time, more stress; less standing more sitting; less walking more driving; less slow food, more fast food and less face time more Facebook. All this adds up to a very poor state of mind, body and health. Leading to a slew of health problems from depression, aches and pains, heart diseases and the list goes on. Finding a solution in a pill or a surgery could seem smart but not always wise. As one explores holistic / complementary approaches to issues of the mind and body and health, very naturally we are confused with what works and what doesn’t, who to believe and what to believe? This dilemma holds us back from taking our first step towards trying out holistic approaches even though they have been scientifically proven to help heal us. Today, on the show we are discussing Tai Chi, Yoga and meditation with experts who will answer a lot of our burning questions and hopefully bring clarity to this very important issue of our time.


    Peter Wayne, PhD is Assistant Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School (HMS). He is the Director of Research for the Osher Center for Integrative Medicine jointly based at the HMS and Brigham and Women’s Hospital. His research to date, supported by more than 20 NIH grants, has focused on evaluating how Tai Chi and related mind-body practices clinically impact a variety of chronic health conditions, and understanding the physiological, mechanical, and psychological mechanisms underlying mind-body practices’ therapeutic effects. Peter has more than 35 years of training experience in Tai Chi and Qigong, and is an internationally recognized teacher of these practices. He is also author of the recently published book, “Harvard Medical School Guide to Tai Chi”.


    On the panel are Dr. Carol Horton and Morgan Dix.

  • 00:21

    Episode 6: Harvard DE/LB Zack Hodges

    in Football

    Tune in to "Inside the War Room" where Mickey Frigge will be hosting Star Harvard DE/LB Zack Hodges. This "Harvard Man" needs no introduction as he is viewed by many as the highest rated Small School Prospect available in the 2015 NFL Draft. He needs to bulk up in order to improve setting the edge as well as improving his discipline keeping contain in run support. However, his upside is nearly unlimited as he has a long frame, great first-step, incredbile flexibility, wide array of pass rush moves, and most importantly a non-stop motor. You can watch him in action against Holy Cross this year here:  http://draftbreakdown.com/video/zack-hodges-vs-holy-cross-2014/ Be sure to follow Zack & NFL Draft War Room on Twitter @ZBHodges & @NFLDraftWRoom respectively. Also, find out where he is ranked for the 2015 NFL Draft here:  http://www.nfldraftwarroom.com/outside-linebacker.html

  • 00:59

    HOOPS TO HARVARD: A Parent's Guide to Capture Sports Scholarships for Kids

    in Self Help

    So you have HOOP DREAMS!  Who said they have to be dreams.  Whether you want your child to be the next NFL or NBA All Star or just get the best education money could buy through sports you need a plan.  Darryl Webster, author of "A Parent Guide: How To Successfully Help Your Student-Athlete Earn a College Scholarship" and his son Christian Webster, Harvard University Assistant Basketball Coach share their story of how the family earned over a quarter of a million dollars playing sports for COLLEGE!  JOIN US!


    GET THE BLUEPRINT!


    IT'S NOT THE GAME!  IT'S HOW YOU PLAY IT!


    Knowledge Always Empowers!


    So, Let’s Talk!


    Talks with Sheba Radio Show


    Wednesday, January 14, 2014 @ 10pm EST


    Join us Live online at www.blogtalkradio.com/TalksWithSheba


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    by phone at (347) 838-8992


     


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    A Parent Guide:  How to Successfully Help Your Student-Athleter Earn a College Scholarship


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  • 01:03

    MCS Live Faceoff: UMass Lowell River Hawks vs. Harvard Crimson

    in Sports

    The fourth episode of MCS Live Faceoff pregame show brought to you by Beast from the Northeast!


    Co-hosts Justin Soderberg and Greg Celona will touch on last weekend's series between the UMass Lowell River Hawks and Notre Dame Fighting Irish and preview Saturday night's game between UMass Lowell and Harvard at the Tsongas Center in Lowell, Massachusetts.


    Shawn Hutcheon of the Lowell Sun and Fourth Period Magazine will join the program at some point to talk college hockey and possibly touch on the Boston Bruins.


    MCS Live Faceoff will broadcast from 5:00-6:30pm live from the Tsongas Center. Tune in and tell friends!


    Justin and Greg will take questions and comments via Twitter and Facebook.


    Our next broadcast of MCS Live Faceoff will be on Saturday, December 6 at 6:00 p.m. eastern live from the Tsongas Center as the River Hawks prepare to host the University of Maine Black Bears.

  • 00:43

    Getting to Yes with Yourself with Negotiation Expert William Ury

    in Self Help

    William Ury, co-founder of Harvard’s Program on Negotiation, is one of the world’s best-known and most influential experts on negotiation.  He is the co-author of Getting to Yes, the bestselling negotiation book in the world, and has taught negotiation to tens of thousands of people around the world.  He has served as a mediator in conflicts ranging from boardroom battles to labor strikes and from family feuds to civil wars.


    He has also served as a consultant to the Crisis Management Center at the White House; co-founded the Climate Parliament which Time magazine described as a "Google for global politics;" founded the Abraham Path Initiative, which seeks to build bridges between cultures and faiths and his work has been widely featured in the media from The New York Times to the Financial Times and from CNN to the BBC. He also has a popular TED talk, "The Walk from No to Yes." His newest book is entitled, "Getting to Yes with Yourself (and Other Worthy Opponents)." Visit www.williamury.com & http://abrahampath.org


    Get the OFF TO WORK CD & Off the Grid Into the Heart CD by Sister Jenna.  Like America Meditating on FB & follow us on Twitter.

  • 01:01

    The Conversation: Dr Angelo E. Volandes, MD with Scott Cluthe on End of Life

    in Caregiving

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    Scott Cluthe talks with Dr. Angelo Volandes, author of The Conversation, about the most difficult one spouses and/or family members will ever have to have: End of Life issues. 


    Dr. Angelo Volandes is a practicing internal medicine physician in the MGH Department of Medicine and a junior faculty member at Harvard Medical School. He is a Harvard College and Yale Medical School graduate.

    Angelo continues his work surrounding Advance Care Planning (ACP), the process by which patients plan for future medical care under circumstances of impaired decision-making. 

    His study compared the preferences of patients after seeing a video depiction of a patient with advanced stage dementia, to those who received a verbal description of that health state.
     
    There is an unspoken dark side of American medicine-keeping patients alive at any price. Two thirds of Americans die in healthcare institutions tethered to machines and tubes at bankrupting costs, even though research shows that most prefer to die at home in comfort, surrounded by loved ones.


    Dr. Angelo E. Volandes believes that a life well lived deserves a good ending. Through the stories of seven patients and seven very different end-of-life experiences, he demonstrates that what people with a serious illness, who are approaching the end of their lives, need most is not new technologies but one simple thing: The Conversation. He argues for a radical re-envisioning of the patient-doctor relationship and offers ways for patients and their families to talk about this difficult issue. 

  • 00:28

    Daily Deposit

    in Entrepreneur

    CEO, Phil Lechter spoke about following up with your guests after attending any type of presentation.....

  • 00:55

    Dolores Manzanares

    in History

    Today my guest is Dolores Manzanares, who  will share her experiences working with bands in California 


    Dolores Manzanare's Bio


     


    1951 - 1960: Began singing in church choir, school chorus in grade school, middle school and high school.


    1960 - 1965 Joined a band and we played mostly Rock and Oldies But Goodies (5 years)


    1965 - 1975 Took a break and raised a family.


    1975 - 1990 Returned to college, took singing classes, and formed a band of my own, "The 2002 Band." I studied to become an educator and worked on week-ends with my band. I was the lead singer and we played throughout Southern California for various groups and organizations, fund-raisers, weddings, anniversaries, birthday parties, hospital Christmas parties, New Year's Parties, and played for the Arthur Murray Dance Studios.


    We played all genres of music from Oldies to Swing, ballads, latin music, polkas, tangos, waltzes, fox trot, rock and disco.


    I was able to juggle raising my two boys, attending college, graduated in 1981 with my Bachelor's and a Teaching Credential in Bilingual Education, then, my Master's Degree, also in Bilingual Education in 1988. I continued to perform with my band until 1990, at which time, I felt I needed to just focus on my teaching career. I totaled 20 years as a vocalist and musical percussionist. I thoroughly enjoyed entertaining groups and organizations throughout Southern California.


    I must say that Teaching and a Musical Career were two very rewarding careers for me. I was able to sing on television, radio, and record at a recording studio, at age 21. Those were exciting times for me.


     


     

  • 00:29

    Charles Schwab Investment Management CEO Marie Chandoha

    in Finance

    Join me as I interview Schwab CEO Marie Chandoha on all things money and where the economy and markets are headed in 2015.


    Marie A. Chandoha is president and CEO of Charles Schwab Investment Management, Inc. (CSIM), the investment advisor to Schwab Funds, Laudus Funds and Schwab ETFs™ and one of the largest money market and index fund providers in the industry. Prior to this prestigious (and powerful) role, Marie ran the global fixed-income business at Blackrock. Her degree in economics is from Harvard University.

    We'll discuss everything from what it takes to the rise to the top of the finance world and what it takes to succeed in today's over-leveraged Debt World. In Marie's view, you can use the same common sense strategies for investing that she uses on her cattle ranch...


     


     

  • 01:00

    Religion And Spirituality: How Do They Relate To One Another?

    in Spirituality

    Many religious people assume that they are on a path of spiritual growth simply because they attend services.  But is spirituality more than just attending services?  In this episode I will explore the simularities, differences, and the relationships between religion and spirituality.  How can you tell if you are in a religious insitution which encourages spiritual growth, or one that works against it.  Although there are differences between religion and spirituality, the two are not mutually exclusive.  Incidental music by Sun Palace and Capital Sons.  See also our website at http://infinitespirituality.blogspot.com

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