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I have heard many people express a sense of being disconnected from people and life. What is going on? Are you feeling the same? If feels like everyday is Halloween.
We will share our personal experiences and observations that seem to be more intense since the beginning of last year.
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Many people live their lives disconnected from their truth. It is until we get clear about three things that we can truly become connected to our truth. Join us for a candid talk about how to determine if we are disconnected and what we can do move our lives back to who we really are.
Linda Evans Shepherd has empowered thousands across North America and Europe to release their burdons to God and walk the walk with him.
This week Dr. Pauline and Catherine talk about how when parents are disconnected and go through multiple marriages, we see a generation of uncommitted people. The kids grow up learning that commitments don't mean anything and aren't important.
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With the Internet and all the technological gadgets we have these days, are you feeling even more lost and lonely? Are you disconnecting from yourself and others in ways you’re not even aware of? Tune into this timely show as Ohotto discusses how to use technology in ways that get you connected and nourished, while avoiding its misuse! For an intuitive tech reading from Robert LIVE dial 818.495.6927!
A lot of times the lines of communication between men and women are disconnected. Sometimes we just don't know how to interpret what each other are saying. Women are said to be "too emotional" and men are "too logical. That’s when the old saying women are from Venus men are from Mars comes into play. Join us Friday as we discuss "He Said, She Said". As we begin to break down the miscommunication between men and women.
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Viki Winterton interviews Dr. Jean Farish!
Dr. Jean Farish is an award winner of the global 2014 Transformational Author Writing Contest, freelance inspirational writer and guest writer for Xlibris Publishing, and author of The Long Journey Home.
Her book is a true story inspired by a welcomed life-changing journey for six months in the Pearl of the Orient (Penang, Malaysia), and the voice of the human condition and quiet desperation to find our way back home. Connecting to the hearts of readers who find themselves unfulfilled, disconnected from their higher self, and questioning their true purpose, her book is the lighted path that will lead them home.
The Long Journey Home and noted accomplishments in higher education endeared her calling to ‘promote conscious living’ and to ‘educate for purposeful living’ with a shift in her paradigm of service from the classroom to the global community. Founder and Director of PROJECT PEP (Personal Enhancement Project), humanitarian projects sponsored by Dialogue Institute founded by the Turkish American community, she embodies altruistic service with the signature project, “PEP for Angels”, for children hospitalized with cancer.
Ever feel disconnected to YOU? Feel like you're not living an authentic life? Maybe your relationships or job are not really reflecting your essence? We'll discuss this feeling and discuss ways to reconnect to yourself.
Soulfullpreneur Radio - Inspiration, expression, abundance. Spiritual business specialists Rachel Archelaus and Megan Crandlemire will bring you inspiring conversations with people who are living their soul purpose. Frequent guests include psychic mediums, channelers, coaches, artists and authors. We end every show with psychic readings and business coaching – we welcome your questions about your spiritual business or life purpose journey.
Usually, she flies into your inbox with a bunch of stories about how badly someone hurt her. Note, this happens BEFORE YOU EVEN KNOW who she is. I am not talking about the kind of sharing that goes on within friendship. I am not talking about your ass being nosey and coming into someones inbox to ask them about a thing then judging them as DBR because you are a nosey gossip.
I am talking about a woman so wounded and broken, all she does is bleed. She doesn't want to heal, she is happy to just bleed and suck up your vitality to refresh her loss.
Now, there is medicine and poison in everything. While i respect that BW are being less emotional and more calculating, i do NOT respect women who are DBR emotionally retarded beings. The cause of this is often their mothers. I know it was my mother who created the emotional retardation within me. This disconnected me from my feelings and invalidated my right to feel at all. This is a consequence of the Mother Wound. When women HEAL those Mother Wounds, when we own our right to feel; we become infinitely more connected to other women. We become infinitely more connected to ourselves as Sovereign Feminines. It is our right to feel how we feel, we need only be careful about how it directs the course of our lives. Emotionally retarded women do not connect to their feeling. Unless or until they are trying to play the martyr or trying to emotionally manipulate others to curry their favor against another bw. The best way to deal with an emotionally retarded woman is to disengage and block her. Remover her from having access to you. The same way we tell you leave these emotionally retarded men alone. Because these people are prime predators (in the making) and your loving, generous, giving spirited nature is exactly what they desire to feed on.
Liz Uram is a trainer, author, speaker, and host of the popular podcast The Focus Radio. Liz is fanatical about developing great companies and she is going to talk about how Making The Connection can take companies from good to great. Making The Connection is all about aligning individual efforts with organizational goals. Liz explains:
Why employee engagement is at a dismal 30%
What employees really want from their managers
Why Making The Connection matters
The three critical elements to Making The Connection
What even good companies are missing when it comes to Making The Connection
Liz has discovered a common theme among the thousands of individuals she has worked with. Regardless of company size or industry, there are a couple of things that come up repeatedly when discussing areas what employees want more of. When these things are missing, employees feel disconnected and their level of engagement drops.
The good news is that it doesn’t take a lot of time or effort to make the connection. The connection can be strengthened by implementing a few basic principles that create a culture of accountability. A culture of accountability is one in which everyone knows exactly how the work they do add value and individuals take responsibility for their actions. In short, a culture where individual efforts are aligned with organizational goals.
You can learn more about Liz Uram at www.coachandmentor.net.
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