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  • 00:30

    LIVE! with Cathi---Angry "Manly Men" Part 2

    in Fitness

    What it means to be a 'MANLY MAN'


    Men are angry about any number of things, to start with, the rules of being a man in today's culture doesn't seem to apply anymore.  The models of being a 'MANLY MAN' are out of date.  It used to be if we learned a skill or trained for a profession, worked hard, became strong and self-sufficient, took care of our family we knew things would work out.  We were taught if we did good enough everything would fall into place.  None of that seems to be true anymore.  The skill or profession we mastered may be outmoded or in over-supply. Even though we worked hard we still are not guaranteed a raise, promotion or even a JOB.


    We're asked to be more open, to share our innermost thoughts and feelings.  Now, we're supposed to be best friends to our wives, nuturers to our children and yes, we're expected to be caretakers!


    STAY TUNED...


    Angry men do...etc.


    Angry men are more scared than...etc.


    Confess thay you can't do...etc.


    Just be who you are...etc.


    Let your VOICE BE HEARD...etc.


     

  • 00:46

    "In The Moment" the Natural Way...A Bit of the Wildside, too!

    in Education

    A bit of the wild moreover we visit the beginning of the National Park Service, what is happening in Yellowstone National Park today and what is happening in your area of the US.  Experiosity Tree House Studio brings to you each week a special broadcast all about living in the moment the natural way.  Great ideas on what you can do outside with your children to how healthy it can be to bring nature into your life.  


     


    Join us!  We are broadcasting from Gardiner, MT right near the North entrance to Yellowstone Natioal Park.  


    Your comments are important to us too.  Send your thoughts on how Nature is important to your life...resilienceliving@gmail.com.

  • 00:50

    Positively Autistic: Autism, God's Bright Kids--An Update

    in Lifestyle

    On today's radio show, Dana is going to outline where she is at with the book project, "Angels in the Midst: Rising Above Autism and Aspergers." She is also going to share some ideas on how caretakers can find ways to relieve stress and get more energy.


    Dana is the owner of AngelArts, a Creative Arts Agency and Publishing House. Seven years ago, she discovered that her son and husband both have Aspergers. It's opened up a whole new world for her and her family. Yes, there are incredible challenges, but she chooses to see how God has blessed her family through it.



    Her son created a painting that became an inspiration for her Autism Awareness product line, Autism: God's Bright Kids. She also is publishing a book called "Angels in the Midst: Rising Above Autism and Aspergers," a collection of stories, poetry, videos, and artwork about how God uses ordinary people in the challenge of living with Autism and how He works in the midst of it. She is looking for submissions, sponsors, and nonprofits to give a portion of the revenue to.

  • 00:14

    If You Would be Different, I Would be Happier

    in Art

    Other people’s happiness: Not our jobs.


    Other people’s opinions of us: Not our business.


    Our wishes for them to grow or evolve or become: Not our journey.


    We are the keepers and the creators of our own happiness. No one else can do it and it’s not their job.


    We are the caretakers of caring for ourselves. How can we expect to be a priority to anyone else if we’re not a priority in our own lives?


    We are the lovers of your own hearts. We just need to begin treating it with the same compassion and kindness we’ve sought from others. That’s our only job.

  • 01:03

    Loneliness and Crossing the Threshold to Make Changes

    in Self Help

    It is such a big world out there and no matter how many people we are surrounded by, we can still feel lonely and alone.  Maybe loneliness is used as a shield against hurt and maybe it is just a void in life.  Join Barbara Hetzel, Jann Jaffe and Sharissa Sebastian as they take on the topic of loneliness and how to use it to make positive change.


    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.


    Jann Jaffe, a graduate of Northwestern University, is an iPEC Certified Professional Life and Career Coach.  A traumatic brain injury cut short her successful career as an international opera and concert singer and drastically altered her life. As THE WHAT’S NEXT COACH, Jann is dedicated to assisting individuals achieve their highest possible level of excellence and effectiveness and specializes in transition coaching for professionals, opera singers, brain injury survivors and their caretakers.


    Sharissa Sebastian is a life and leadership coach for women. Her passion is helping women break free from being stuck, overwhelmed, and stressed to live a life of passion, purpose, joy and fulfillment. She worked in the corporate world for over 12 years holding various leadership positions and has a desire to help women succeed and live their best life. She currently serves on the board of directors of Empowering Women as Leaders.

  • 01:04

    I Think I Don't Remember: Distraction versus Direction

    in Self Help

    Life is busy. There are no two ways around it. Demands can come from work or home or relationships or church or neighbors. Sometimes we spend all our days in crisis management mode and not in growth mode just to get things off our plates. Join Barbara Hetzel, Jann Jaffe, and Wendol Buckner in the discussion on how to turn distractions into directions.


    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.


    Jann Jaffe, a graduate of Northwestern University, is an iPEC Certified Professional Life and Career Coach.  A traumatic brain injury cut short her successful career as an international opera and concert singer and drastically altered her life.  As THE WHAT’S NEXT COACH, Jann is dedicated to assisting individuals achieve their highest possible level of excellence and effectiveness and specializes in transition coaching for professionals, opera singers, brain injury survivors and their caretakers.


    Wendolyne C. Buckner, (Wendol) is a Certified Project Management Professional and a Certified Professional Coach with over a decade of experience in shifting mindsets to facilitate change within organizations and individuals. His philosophy in coaching, and in life, focuses on Leadership, Accountability, Character, and Excellence.  He summarizes his core message this way: "Being ‘more’ or ‘better’ is not just a product of focused action, but of focused thought.

  • 02:00

    How Would We Create A Society Where Everything Is Free?

    in Women

    What would happen if a major corporation decided to charge everyone an "air fee" of $1 per hour per day? What if you had to pay your air fee by 12:00 midnight every night in order to receive your next day's air supply? What if you lost your job and couldn't pay your air fee? Just imagine, the air company officials would come to your house, force their way in, grab you and clamp a covering over your nose and mouth so you couldn't breathe. Unless somebody in that house came up with $24 in about two minutes you would be dead!  Well, of course that can't happen, you say, because the air is free! Well, think about it - so is the land and the water, but we allow others to charge us for it. It's time to create a new society based on the truth that nobody can own the earth, the water, or the sky. We're all just temporary caretakers while we're here. This is the philosophy of many indigenous people on the Earth. The European philosophy of competition and ownership rather than cooperation and sharing is backwards, not progressive. It perpetuates violence. How can we create a new society where everything is shared freely? 

  • 01:05

    How Looney Tunes and Adversity Can Go Hand-in-Hand

    in Self Help

    We all encounter those seemingly insurmountable obstacles in our lives that feel like they can either make us or break us.  It can be the experience of a disaster, or death, or losing your income.  Come join coaches Barbara Hetzel, Danica Trebel, and Jann Jaffe in the conversation about adversity, humor, and growth.


    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.


    Danica Trebel, founder of Danica Trebel Family Dynamics & Life Coaching, knows first-hand the power and healing that can come from a family united. It was through her own personal experiences with eating disorders and the separation from her family and children that led her to this place of healing and restoration and passion to help others.    It’s her deepest desire to help transform the world one relationship at a time.


    Jann Jaffe, a graduate of Northwestern University, is an iPEC Certified Professional Life and Career Coach.  A traumatic brain injury cut short her successful career as an international opera and concert singer and drastically altered her life. As THE WHAT’S NEXT COACH, Jann is dedicated to assisting individuals achieve their highest possible level of excellence and effectiveness and specializes in transition coaching for professionals, opera singers, brain injury survivors and their caretakers.   

  • 01:06

    Peripheral Vision-by Antonia Batts

    in Current Events

    Parents and/or caretakers who have endangered and/or killed infants and small children Plus more related news join us for our 477th episode of BevNat

  • 01:01

    Putting Your Best Foot Forward!

    in Motivation

    New beginnings, changes, habits, choices, on and on the list goes. While New Year's resolutions are still very much on our minds, join coaches Barbara Hetzel, Sharissa Sebastian, and Jann Jaffe in the conversation about where to focus and how to make the best choices for your future.


    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.


    Sharissa Sebastian is a life and leadership coach for women. Her passion is helping women break free from being stuck, overwhelmed, and stressed to live a life of passion, purpose, joy and fulfillment. She worked in the corporate world for over 12 years holding various leadership positions and has always had a desire to help women succeed and live their best life. She currently serves on the board of directors of a wonderful organization called Empowering Women as Leaders (EWL).


    Jann Jaffe, a graduate of Northwestern University, is an iPEC Certified Professional Life and Career Coach.  A traumatic brain injury cut short her successful career as an international opera and concert singer and drastically altered her life. As THE WHAT’S NEXT COACH, Jann is dedicated to assisting individuals achieve their highest possible level of excellence and effectiveness and specializes in transition coaching for professionals, opera singers, brain injury survivors and their caretakers.

  • 00:15

    Group Homes for Children with Developmental Disabilities

    in School

    I have a child with a developmental disability.. where will they live without me?


     


    Rachael has worked with individuals with developmental disabilities for approximately 7 years. Most recently, she was an Assistant Manager for The Center for Disability Services for a group home with 7 adults. Rachael is currently a full time MSW student at SUNY Albany. 


     


    When a family has a child with a developmental disability, their future is often uncertain. Individuals with developmental disabilities are often somewhat, if not completely, dependent on their caretakers. Group homes are often an option for families to consider as their child continues to grow and parents become older and less able to care for their child.