• 00:08

    World Kitchen Presents Wedding Day Radio: Catherine Siroka

    in Women

    How does a new mom spawn a career in bridal accessories? Use her head. Literally! “About 10 years ago I was looking to do something to bring joy to women,” Catherine Siroka, founder of Princessbands, tells I Do Radio host Angela Chester. “A friend suggested I design head pieces, more for eveningwear than big events. But after I created one and wore it out, I literally got chased down the street by a couple of women who basically bought it off my head. Then I sent it to a bridal magazine in New York and they put it on their website, and I’ve been busy ever since.”

  • 00:31

    Part 2: CUTV News Radio spotlights Catherine Oleksiw of Measured Transitions

    in Business

    Plano, TX – Different emotions accompany change and all transition is fraught with emotional challenges. But if you can clear your emotional clutter, success is just around the corner.


    “Life is about practicing. You can hold your head high and walk proud because you’re doing it,” says Dr. Catherine Oleksiw. “If you’re not important to yourself you won’t be able to extend yourself in a healthy way. You need to be grounded in motion, thoughtful action with feeling.”


    Dr. Oleksiw is the founder and president of Measured Transitions, a coaching practice that supports organizations and individuals in building their capacity to change. Dr. Oleksiw coaches nonprofits and small businesses in strategic planning, program development and performance measurement. She coaches individuals, often within the work setting, in career development, especially in relation to transition or promotion within a company or organization.


    “Quite often people feel as though they’ve hit a wall; that they’re stuck,” explains Dr. Oleksiw. “So it’s all about setting goals, determining what you want, your vision, and what resources you have available to you. Your life decisions should always be congruent with who you really are. The challenge sometimes is figuring out who you really are – or what you hope to be.”

  • 01:29

    Another Fork in the Road: Catherine & Dan's Reflections -Triking Across America

    in Education

    It took Catherine (Cat) Brubaker and Dan Zimmerman 5 months and 5,300 miles to cross the USA (diagonally) on recumbent trikes. Blowouts, tumbles, and close encounters with bears and wild turkeys still left plenty of time to meet folks at the heart of our country. It also left time to get lost in one's own mind.


    Cat and Dan rode to raise awareness for TBI and for Stroke, but I wonder what awareness they discovered within themsleves along their journey. And, I mean to find out. :)


    Every TBI survivor and caregiver has encountered a fork in the road that has diverted his or her life-plan. A car accident, a fall from the roof, doing one more chin-up, or a door literally slamming one in the face are just some causes of traumatic brain injury. College plans, walking down the aisle in the perfect dress, or the coveted job quickly slip from reality as dreams turn to struggle. These unexpected life-happenings that divert one from his or her chosen path in life can be devastating. But as Yogi Berra once said, "If you come to a fork in the road, take it." Life is all about choices!


    To learn more about me, please visit my blogs.


    Survivng Traumatic Brain Injury Blog: survivingtraumaticbraininjury.com


    Donna's Blog: donnaodonnellfigurski.wordpress.com

  • CUTV News spotlights Catherine Oleksiw of Measured Transitions

    in Business

    Plano, TX – Different emotions accompany change and all transition is fraught with emotional challenges. But if you can clear your emotional clutter, success is just around the corner.


    “Life is about practicing. You can hold your head high and walk proud because you’re doing it,” says Dr. Catherine Oleksiw. “If you’re not important to yourself you won’t be able to extend yourself in a healthy way. You need to be grounded in motion, thoughtful action with feeling.”


    Dr. Oleksiw is the founder and president of Measured Transitions, a coaching practice that supports organizations and individuals in building their capacity to change. Dr. Oleksiw coaches nonprofits and small businesses in strategic planning, program development and performance measurement. She coaches individuals, often within the work setting, in career development, especially in relation to transition or promotion within a company or organization.


    “Quite often people feel as though they’ve hit a wall; that they’re stuck,” explains Dr. Oleksiw. “So it’s all about setting goals, determining what you want, your vision, and what resources you have available to you. Your life decisions should always be congruent with who you really are. The challenge sometimes is figuring out who you really are – or what you hope to be.”


     

  • 00:32

    Inside Visual Artist: Catherine Schuller

    in Art

    Catherine Schuller is considered one of the pioneers of the full figured fashion industry.  She became a Ford Model in the 80’s when the industry was still forming and has risen to become the “go-to” person and industry liaison on all things “plus.”  The plus size modeling world helped her carve out a niche which allowed her to combine fashion and standup comedy with her style sense and talents for self-esteem promotion and marketing, eventually turning her into the premiere host, commentator and spokesperson for events targeted primarily at the full figured segment of the fashion market. 


    For more information:


    www.divabetic.org


    www.facebook.com/catherine.schuller

  • 00:30

    Blessed Mary of Pisa

    in Religion

    Rebroadcast of the long running radio program, "The Ave Maria Hour", a presentation of the Franciscan Friars of the Atonement. www.AtonementFriars.org


    Blessed Mary of Pisa -- More often than not, the women saints that the Church venerates have been cloistered virgins. Blessed Mary of Pisa also founded a religious order, but like St. Elizabeth Seton, she did so as a widow. Unlike our American saint, she had been married twice and borne many children.


    Catherine Mancini belonged to a distinguished family in Pisa, Italy, in the days when the great Italian cities were engaged in civil war against each other. The story is told of her that when she was only five, she had a sort of vision of the torturing of one Peter Gambacorta. He had been accused of political conspiracy and sentenced to be hanged. The legend says that the child, on experiencing the vision, prayed so hard for Peter that the rope by which he was being hanged broke, whereupon the judges commuted his death penalty. Our Lady then appeared to Catherine, the story continues, and told her to say seven Our Fathers and Hail Marys for Gambacorta every day, for he was going to become her benefactor in the years to come. 

  • 00:29

    An interview with David Gaz, director Kindness is Contagious

    in Motivation

    Amy and Keryl talk with David Gaz, the director of the feel-good-documentary Kindness is Contagious narrated by Catherine Ryan Hyde, the best selling author of the novel and movie Pay It Forward. Find out the surprising source of his inspiration to create this documentary and the series of coincidences that set the project in motion. Also find out how taking on this project changed this man's entire outlook on life. An inspiring and energetic interview you won't want to miss.

  • 00:31

    Dissolve doubt, guilt, shame, worry with best seller author Catherine VanWetter

    in Relationships

    Do you trust your intuition? How often do you allow doubt, guilt, shame or worry get the best of you? Join us to rediscover the most divine voice you'll ever hear - your soul! Listen to your soul and you'll dissolve the need to doubt, feel guilty, shameful or worry.


    Special guest: Catherine VanWetter best selling author and blog-talk radio show host Do join us!


    Need help? Hire Soul! Call 312-268-0000 to schedule an appointment. In the meantime, click to visit Soul's University to access his library of personal, professional and spiritual support.


    Did you find this show useful? If so, please click this link to share a donation of any size. (All donations support our local to global grass roots movement to re-awaken each soul to their highest potential.

  • 00:30

    God Moments - Jeff & Catherine Pearson

    in Religion

    Today is a very special, pre-recorded show featuring Jeff & Catherine Pearson.  Jeff & Catherine have worked with Dr Pauline at Dunamas Center Ministires for about 6 years.  Jeff handles the social media and marketing design for the Center as well as helping with the production of Your Dunamas Life.  Catherine is the nutritional coach and the co-host with Dr Pauline on the radio show.  Together, Jeff & Catherine teach the Choices for a Discerning Childbirth seminars, and Discerning Childbirth classes.  Listen to this special show to hear how Jeff & Catherine started with the Center and how they recognized and responded to their "God Moment".  Look forward to more "God Moments" from Dr Pauline and Sharon on future shows.  You are always welcome to reach us  through Facebook & Twitter. 


    UPCOMING EVENTS (www.dunamascenter.com):



    TODAY - October 13, 2014 (Kansas City, MO): "Life is Trauma" Counselor Training where Dr Pauline will be trainnig Christian couselors to take a body, mind, spirit approach to healing trauma.
    Dr Pauline will be speaking to ICAN groups about Birth Traumatomology Syndrome (BTS) after cesearans and ideas for healing in the following locations:
    Little Rock, AR (Thursday, October, 16, 2014)
    Jackson, MS (Thursday, October, 23, 2014)
    Springfield, MO (Tuesday, October 28, 2014)
    November 8, 2014 - Choices for a Discerning Childbirth Seminar


    ANNOUNCEMENTS (www.dunamascenter.com):



    Our website is currently being updated. Watch for our new website soon!
    Dr Pauline's Proverbs Study, "Choices and Consequences" workbook will be available December 1, 2014.


     

  • 00:30

    The 5 Pillars of Chronic Illness - Part 1

    in Religion

    This 2-part show features a very special guest.  We are very excited to welcome Dr Kurt Perkins, DC to Your Dunamas Life.  This week, Dr Kurt (along with Dr Pauline and Catherine) will introduce his 5 pillars of chronic illness.  He will talk about an analogy he uses to illustrate the affects of chronic stress on our body.  Dr Kurt will also talk about his background and how he started in his field and how he has grown over the years.  This show will wrap with a discussion about the thyroid and how chronis stress can negatively affect our bodies.  Listen this week to this very special show with Dr Kurt and remember to set your reminders for next Monday for part 2 of the show.  As always, we welcome your comments and questions through Facebook (Dunamas Center Ministries), and Twitter (@YourDunamasLife).


    ***WATCH OUR WEBSITE www.dunamascenter.com for UPCOMING EVENTS***


     

  • 01:59

    Bastia Marlowe~Ancester of a Legend-Marie Laveau

    in Paranormal

    Bastia Marlowe


    Bastia Marlowe was born in and grew up in New Orleans, LA under another name.  There, she lived amongst the living and the dead, spent her early adolescence immersed in rain, attended Catholic church, and roamed the city's haunted and flavored streets.  She loved all things New Orleans and once stood in line for 5 hours to be included in the film adaption of fellow New Orleanian Anne Rice's "Interview with a Vampire."  After a stint of performing theater and writing, she moved to Los Angeles in 2001 in her 20s hoping to experience ghosts but mainly exists among the walking dead.  She mostly misses Audubon Park, the low-hanging branches of trees lining St. Charles Ave., stage lights, hole-in-the-wall restaurants, NOMA, driving through City Park, creaky floors in old houses, old cemeteries, and rain. Bastia Marlowe is the great-grand daughter of Marie Laveau.


    About Marie Catherine Laveau (September 10, 1801 - June 16, 1881 ) was a practitioner of Voodoo renowned in New Orleans. (As for the date of her birth, while popular sources often say 1794, the records indicate 1801.) Her daughter, Marie Laveau II, (1827 c. 1895) also practiced Voudoun, as well as Voodoo. She and her mother had great influence over their multiracial following. In 1874 as many as twelve thousand spectators, both black and white, swarmed to the shores of Lake Pontchartrain to catch a glimpse of Marie Laveau II performing her legendary rites on St. John's Eve (June 23–24)

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