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On this episode of Wolfdog Radio: Your Voice, Your Time we'll be talking with Lynn Andrade, Tammy Wald, and Richard Vickers about training wolves and wolfdogs off-lead. They will share their techniques, experiences, and tribulations while working with these animals.
Off-lead work is not for all animals, nor is it for all owners. It is our job as responsible pet owners to protect our animals and use the utmost caution. There are certain steps you can take to safety initiate this type of training but it is essential we take the proper precautions to ensure we are not putting our beloved animals at risk. "No matter how well you have trained your animal, there are always elements that are beyond your control."
Join Wolfdog Radio with special guest, Linda Michaels, MA Psychology, Victoria Stilwell Canine Consultant, on Sunday, February 15th at --8pm EST/ 5pm PST-- and learn how to use the principles of Positive Reinforcement/ForceFree training to help develop a trusting, working relationship with your wolfdog. Linda will outline the techniques of Reward-based Training and Benevolent Leadership that you can use to get more of the behavior that you want, and less of the behavior that you don't want. Find out how you can ameliorate some of the most common behavior issues with your beloved wolfdog. Learn to communicate with your wolfdog in a language he/she can understand through signals and manipulating resources. Find out about the importance of ultra-early socialization and how to prevent and decrease fearfulness/shyness. Examine the differences between reward-based and dominance methods. During the second half of the show we will be asking Linda questions from our listeners. If you have questions for Linda, please submit them via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr Thomas will discuss his new book and how it affects your management of projects
Join Dr. Fred Valdes and his associate, Dlynn Saumer - at 1 pm CST today - as they continue a series of training calls for the new distributors in Zija Int'l.
Today, Dr. Fred Valdes will lead the conversation in: "Prospecting for New Distributors for Your Zija Business"
The calls will be recorded shortly after the call ends so you can share these calls with your new distributors, anywhere in ZijaLand - 24/7. You simply have to give them the link to this channel or the specific url.
We will have special guests joining us over the next few weeks.
Please watch your email for Updates.
Are you a triathlete with a full-time job and a family? How do you balance it all? During this episode of Hilary Topper on Air, Hilary chats with Megan White and Lisa Laws from the All Women's Tri Team on triathlon tips and how to fit training into your everyday life! Lace up your sneakers and join us for this informative episode.
Jeff Greenwald's Mental Edge: Raising and Training Resilient Athletes. Topics will include parental behaviors that undermine players' development and how coaches and parents can create a high-performance culture. Specific examples and stories from junior tennis, college tennis and the pro tour will be given.
Jeff Greenwald, is a performance coach and author, formerly ranked No. 1 in the world in his age group as a professional tennis player. He is the author of The Best Tennis of Your Life. Jeff has worked closely with athletes, performing artists and executives for the past 20 years. He has been an adjunct faculty member and supervisor at JFKU for graduate students in the sport psychology program. He earned his B.A at the University of California at Santa Barbara. He has been in private practice since 1998. Jeff has been a guest speaker for numerous sports organizations and a consultant for the United States Tennis Association.
Lisa Stone is the creator of ParentingAces, a website & radio show geared toward the parents of jr tennis players. In the 3 1/2 yrs since starting PA, Lisa has met & interviewed fellow tennis parents, jr coaches, professional coaches, college coaches, fitness & nutrition expert mental toughness coaches, & several players at the various levels of the sport. Her goal is to help educate parents & coaches as theynavigate the murky waters of jr tennis development, competition, & college recruiting. Lisa has 3 kids, the youngest of whom was the inspiration behind her current work.
Tonight we will be discussing etiquette. You know that thing your parents tried to teach you even though they super ratchet. People should be allowed to act and speak as they please, we agree, and that's why we are going to try to teach you a more proper way to be yourself. From dressing appropriately for the occasion to social media. We got you covered. Join in on the conversation!
Stephen Storey Interviews Marqus Taylor author/fitness warrior in the fight against obesity/motivator who at one point was over 500lbs and has lost over 200 lbs over the past 2 years without surgery. Listen in as he tells us of how he battled obesity and is winning the daily fight.What made him not elect to undergo surgery and some of the obstacles he's had to overcome along the way.
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Call in live (347) 237-4097 at 8:30PM Eastern on May 28th 2015 or call Peter with questions (386) 445-3585.
May 28, 2015 - LIVING A RICHER LIFE ~ Life Changing Talk Radio
THEME: Learning to Connect in a Disconnected World
INTERVIEW GUEST: Dr. Nancy R. Harris, DSS
Dr. Nancy R. Harris is an Intuitive Psychotherapist specializing in helping highly sensitive, intuitive, gifted people find inner peace and harmony in their lives and relationships. She also helps women, men, and couples quickly and easily release and re-program old trauma, emotional blocks, fears and anxieties. She is internationally known for her unique and transformational training programs and private intuitive counseling. She is also the author of Take Two Cookies and Call me in the Morning: How to Connect in a Disconnected World.
THIS WEEK’S MESSAGE:
Most of us think of love as the wonderful experience of feeling connected. But, have you ever been in a relationship where you felt it was the other person’s responsibility to make you happy, to meet all of your needs, to understand you and know what you want without asking? Or have you been on the other side of this scenario? You were the partner expected to fulfill the other person and manage their happiness. Either situation is perpetually frustrating and not the "connection" you envisioned when your first met your partner. Is it possible to learn to connect learn how to find and create loving connections in life? Is there a recipe? Can you learn to connect in a disconnected world?
Do you know about the African American 371st Infantry of World War I that fought in France? Did you know that Sonya R. Hodges has dedicated her life to research and honor the men who fought in World War I to honor the memory of these dedicated soldiers?
Please join Sonya R. Hodges-Grantham and Douglas Culbreth for a discussion of the role played by the African American 371st Infantry Regiment in World War I to honor the memory of these dedicated soldiers.
The 371st Infantry Regiment, an African American unit of mostly South Carolinians came from small towns like Sandy Springs, Anderson, Edgefield, Ninety-six and Laurens.
The 371st was permitted to fight, after disembarking from their troop ship at a tiny French village in April of 1918 after learning that they had been transferred to the French army. The 371st was given French equipment, and had to turn in their prized Springfield rifles for French rifles. The unit was reorganized to fit the French army structure and spent the spring of 1918 training in French tactics, communicated via interpreters. That summer, the regiment was put into the line to relieve exhausted French and allied Italian units.
Sonya Renae Hodges- Grantham is a mother, grandmother, genealogist, author, graver, historian, and researcher, with a motto of "Get The Job Done and Get It Done Right". She is the Founder and President of the World War I - 371st Historical Society. She is also the Founder of Cornbread Jubilee, an annual event that is held in honor of the corn crop, agriculture, and farming and Co-Founder of the Veterans Formation (1993) Columbia, South Carolina. She is sole Restorer/Curator of Childs Cemetery in South Carolina and has also authored two books.