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We have had 9 months of Fearless Generations coming together on Monday nights. We have discussed 9 Steps to Freedom thus far. Now we will talk about how they flow together, support each other, and come full circle. As we practice: Awareness, Willingness, Connection, Compassion, Accountable, Present Moment, Surrender, Possibilities, and Intention: how has your life changed? What shifts have you made? Which dreams have you re-awakened? As we discuss these steps we will prepare ourselves for the last 3 steps. How will we move forward? What lies ahead for us? How is our year goal progressing? Join us for it all.
SHOW # 275 Live, Uncut & Uncensored Conversations With Musicians You Should Know
We begin the evening with Cindy McLeod from The Calgary International Blues Festival. They are one of our Festival Sponsors this year. Their 11th Festival, this one is chock full of top Blues Artists and we will talk to Cindy about what is in store for fans.
Then I am honored to PREMIER Ghosts Of The Riverside Hotel from Mick Kolassa. Mick has done it again, creating an album that touches on all of the different flavors of the blues and it includes an “uncovering” of an old favorite. I can’t wait to share this one with you all and talk to Mick about his inspirations.
Voo Davis is out of Chicago and he has a distinct sound to his music and it continues on this, his third release entitled Midnight Mist. Recorded in Louisiana, Voo plays many of the instruments on this disc. I will chat with Voo about his life and Career and the new album.
Johnny Riley grew up with a Gospel Music dad from Texas and a Blues Music mom from Mississippi and he has created a signature in your face Southern Rock & Blues sound that is laced with Gospel undertones. His album is entitled Crossroads Of My Life and I am excited to chat with Johnny about his journey to this point and where the road will lead from here.
Then Rusty & Laurie Wright return to The Couch with COUCH KID NEW MUSIC. The album is entitled Wonder Man and dropped about 6 weeks ago. Can’t wait to chat with these two wonderful musicians and get the to share stories about the new album and their lives on the road sharing with their fans.
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There are all sorts of ways to heal the wounds that contribute to sexual addiction. Tonight Carol the Coach will be interviewing Tom Prah who will be speaking about RIM which is a technique and scientific method of re-generating images in memory and re-scripting the experience to heal.
RIM initially began as a synthesis of techniques that access the subconscious mind directly-Somatic Therapy, Ericksonian Hypnosis and Interactive Guided Imagery has continued to expand and evolve. Originally, the acronym RIM stood for Deborah Sandella's Ph.D RN. book Releasing the Inner Magician so it could be conveniently referenced as a research intervention for people suffering with stress relatied illnesses and condition, Her study found that RIM significantly decreased the symptoms of stress-related illness and significantly increases one's quality of life.. As it has evolved into a scientific method, the meaning of RIM has become both: Re-generating Images in Memory and Re-creating the Inner Movie.
Tom has been using this successfully with individuals who suffer from Sexual Addiction.
Tiffany Boyle, C.E.O., Executive Director
An expert in the field of marketing and entrepreneurship, Tiffany is the Chief Executive Officer of Emerge The Magazine, a
company that focuses on promoting entrepreneurs and cultural events. She is also the Executive Director of Access
Virginia a non-profit organization that provides access to live theatre and the public venues for the
disabled by providing open captioning and audio description accommodations. Tiffany founded Emerge The Magazine in
2011 to provide numerous avenues of exposure for small businesses and the business owners. She has traveled
extensively throughout the world networking, creating memories, making friends, and helping others.
Tiffany is a Florida native currently residing in Virginia, a graduate in Business from Virginia Wesleyan College, and attends
the University of Maryland University College pursuing her Master’s Degree in Management.
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Friday's Supreme Court's passage of gay marraige as the law of the land should be the culmination of the Gay Movemen'ts political aspirations. But the amount of hate speech, virtiol and verbal victory laps being taken by the Left since Friday fortell the intention of greater changes yet to come.
What is the real agenda of the Left? For activists and Progressives, was it about gay marriage or driving yet another stake into the heart of Judeo-Christian values and capitalism.
What is the focus that you and I need to take in order to protect values and principles that we hold dear? Join the discussion and contribute your thoughts
The full moon is two days from now so what will you connect or create with?
The intention with all rituals,spells, energy work or desires must start with the self. Bringing in the new means releasing the old.
Tune in tonight at 6:30pm Eastern to crest your Moon Magik
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Today's topic of conversation is drama!!!
Have you noticed how some people are proned to creating drama in their lives?
If they don't have it in their personal lives, then they've got to get involved in other's live and create it there...
What do you do find that to be so in your reality?
Let's talk about it and see what we can shift as we become a more conscious society!!!
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Benjamin Banneker His inventive spirit would lead him to be called the "first African American inventor", Banneker invented the first Farmers' Almanac. Andrew Jackson Beard On November 27, 1897, Beard received a patent for a device he called the Jenny Coupler. Miriam E. Benjamin was the second black woman to receive a patent. She received a patent for an invention she called 'a Gong and Signal Chair for Hotels.Henry Blair was the second black inventor issued a patent by the United States Patent Office. Bessie Blount invented a device to help disabled persons eat. Sarah Boone The ironing board (U.S. Patent #473,653) was invented by African-American Sarah Boone on December 30, 1887. Otis Boykin invented the 'Electrical Resistor' used in computers, radios, television sets and a variety of electronic devices. Charles Brooks invented the first street sweeper truck and was issued a patent on March 17, 1896. Henry Brown patented a 'receptacle for storing and preserving papers' on November 2, 1886, which developed into what is now known as the bank safety deposit box George Washington Carver invented peanut butter, adhesives, bleach, chili sauce, ink, instant coffee, linoleum, mayonnaise, paper, plastic, pavement, shaving cream, talcum powder George Carruthers was the inventor of the far-ultraviolet camera and the spectrograph. Emmett W. Chappelle was a biochemist, photobiologist, astrochemist and inventor. John B. Christian invented and patented new lubricants used in high flying aircraft and NASA space missions. David Crosthwait holds 39 patents for heating systems and temperature regulating devices. He is most well known for creating the heating system for New York City's famous Radio City Music Hall.
Each week Dr. Epley, D.C., C.C.W.P, and Dr. Gofourth, D.C. will discuss current health news and noteworthy studies, and their impact on our health. Our emphysis is primarily on toxicity and deficiency and how this stress negatively effects our health. Creating sufficency and eliminating toxicity by eating well, moving well, and thinking well can reverse the negative effects of stress and can lead to a lifetime of health and wellness.
This week we will cover antibiotic resistance, Vitamin D and deperession, fast food ban in LA, Excessive vitamins in pregnancy, medical expansion, osteoarthritis, Vitamin D related to diabetes and clogged arteries, TB and superbugs, Fish oil, the pain med Lyrica, ADHD meds, Strawberries and pesticides, health diet in relation to cardiovascular disease, fish oil and prostate cancer, IOM was wrong again, the importance of breakfast, newer side effects of diabetes medications, folic acid supplementation, CAM therapies and cancer, Breastfeeding,
Lance B. Price, Professor, Milken Institute School of Public Health, George Washington University; Director, Antibiotic Resistance Action Center
Lance Price is a public health researcher, who works at the interface between science and policy to address the growing crisis of antibiotic resistance. In the laboratory, Dr. Price uses cutting-edge DNA sequencing to track new antibiotic-resistant bacteria. In the policy arena, Dr. Price works with grassroots organizations, NGOs, and policymakers to develop science-based policies to curb antibiotic abuse in food-animal production and stem the emergence of new supebugs. Dr. Price’s research has been covered in media outlets around the world, including the BBC, New York Times,and Washington Post,among others.
Are you an entrepreneur? Would you like to own your own business, be your own boss?
Need some assistance in creating that awesome business plan?
Where does one go to research all the little details that will make or break your start-up business?
What other things do you need to consider to insure success as a business owner?
David Wren, entrepreneur and founder of Success Mentor has new services to offer especially for those who want to open their own business... check in Anna's Journey on Monday June 29 at 1 PM to hear the details of this new offer.
Carol Stream, IL – You would be hard-pressed to find a coach that hasn’t been coached themselves. There’s something about the coaching process that inspires people to pay it forward. Perhaps it’s because the core competencies of coaching – active listening, powerful questioning and direct communication – are the same skills we need to succeed as leaders.
Wendy Balman is the founder of Wendy Balman Coaching and Creative Services where she specializes in one-on-one coaching for entrepreneurs, change agents, and leaders who want to access more of their innate creativity and leadership presence for greater effectiveness, enjoyment, and impact at work and in life. In addition to traditional coaching, Wendy offers training in the core competencies of coaching.
“Whether at work or at home, we can find ourselves feeling stuck – like we have no good options available. Coaching can expand our awareness of the opportunities open to us,” says Wendy. “I saw that coaching was something I could use to support people to grow their awareness of what’s possible in any given situation and to achieve the desires and goals they have for their life and future. I also saw how the core competencies could be used as a creative and effective approach to leadership and navigating daily opportunities and challenges in the workplace.”
According to Wendy, the core competencies of coaching are all about communication: designing alliances; creating awareness; designing actions; planning and goal setting; and managing progress and accountability.
“Like the old adage about not just giving people fish to eat, but teaching them how to fish for longterm benefit, we teach people to fish,” says Wendy.
For more information on Wendy Balman, visit www.wendybalman.com
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