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Bea Benkova - Founder and Chairman of the Global Institute for Extraordinary Women
Originally from Slovakia, Bea was raised believing that she can make a difference in the
world. Aged 15 at the momentous fall of the Berlin Wall, she witnessed Slovakia become a
blank canvas and at this crucial time of transformation for Slovakia, her desire to
understand and impact Slovakia’s newly developing economic system and its relationship
with the international community, led her to gain her first Masters degree in Banking and
Economics. Bea moved to the UK in 1999 to study at Oxford University.
Since she left banking in early 2007, she has been inspiring, empowering and guiding
prominent women around the world, including leading women entrepreneurs, scientists,
executives, entrepreneurs, politicians and artists – to discover and express their unique
talent, to be feminine, powerful, vital and wealthy and living to realise their purpose
through collaboration, love and respect with men.
She presented her unique approach to holistic and integrated women leadership
internationally, including the UK, Hong Kong, USA, Czech Republic and Slovakia as well
as at the Harvard Business School and in numerous media.
GIFEW is dedicated to holistic collaborative transformational education of women around
world and over the first year of its existence has made a difference to hundreds of women
across three continents, including her home countries of Czech republic and Slovakia.
Female Success Factor: Top 25 Women Awards joins @soulciallyyours
The Top 25 Women Awards recognizes 25 influential women in the city of Dallas whose hard work and dedication have garnered them success in business and personal endeavors. They admire their tenacity and salute extraordinary women who represent the finest in corporate, civic, philanthropy, education, entertainment and community leadership.
How to get UNstuck from the Trickiest Rut w/ Remy Chausse
In all her research, Remy has found that the #1 reason people get stuck is because of “invalidation”. We get stuck on auto pilot, stuck going through the motions … and stuck hopelessly, deeply, and painfully in status quo. In her particular story, Remy discovered that she was being abused by her minister and her church (and P.S. the minister was her husband). Remy was going through what she calls a "spiritual injury" ... a moment that Shattered Your Soul.
Quite possibly America’s 1st UNstuckologist, Rémy Chaussé has x-ray vision for seeing the trouble-spots that exist in every frozen situation, and the creativity to transform it instantly. She is the best-selling author of “Living Life As An Exclamation Point!” and creator of The Get UNstuck Revolution!™ for extraordinary women with big-ass dreams who are ridiculously unsatisfied with status quo!
If you feel stuck and you’ve tried everything, then check out her most recent book called “Get UNstuck – How to Get Out of Status Quo and Get Past Go (In Under 30 Days)!”
For more information visit: http://RemyChausse.com
Weekly podcast: http://GetUNstuckExpertCafe.com
This show is designed to provide insight inspiration and access to information for the community. It is sponsored by Purpose for Women International, a non-profit which supports the economic development of the community, women and encourages enterprise.
YOUR SHOW HOST: Heather L. Tapia ~ Proserity Adviser
TOPIC: Local & National Events.....How to define your purpose
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For women "in betweeners"! Too old to be young, too young to be old? Conversations with women for women who are going through the transition after menopause! The changes we women face can be challenging, especially because we are creating a new face of being older women. Let's clear the path for ourselves to stand strong in our vitality, wisdom, love and power! Hear open, inspiring and engaging conversations about Sex, Love, Relationship, Health and Work and what lies beneath the surface within us as we grow older!
This is the first of our series of interview with people that I admire, Mr. Walt Haraburda has an interesting perspective on "Perseverence.." Walt is a recent amputee please tune in and hopefully his story will inspire you
This is a continuation of this topic the differences between black men & white women.
SUICIDE: WHAT ABOUT THOSE LEFT BEHIND?
We’ve all known a friend of a friend, or a family member, or even a celebrity who shocked and dumbfounded us because of his or her suicide. Your children may have school friends who have contemplated or carried out a suicide. Maybe a relative left you wondering for the rest of your life what you could have done. Perhaps you have had thoughts of killing yourself. Not a happy topic, for sure, but one which can affect all of us.
September is suicide awareness month, so this is a perfect time to discuss this topic and find out more about the whys and guilt that can accompany it.
Dr. Jill Harkavy-Friedman is responsible for research for the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. This includes gathering data from AFSP funded studies and communicating those findings to the larger community and public. She also collaborates on the development of prevention materials such as films, programs and brochures.
Dr. Harkavy-Friedman received her B.A. in Psychology at the University of Pennsylvania and her M.A. and Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology at the University of Florida. In 1984 she joined Columbia University/New York State Psychiatric Institute, first as an assistant professor and later an associate professor of clinical psychology in psychiatry.
She has been studying suicidal behavior for more than 25 years and has more than 90 publications. As a licensed psychologist, she maintains a clinical practice at her office in Manhattan.
Marta Moran Bishop, author and poet, will sit down and chat with Karen Vance Hammond about her award winning paranormal novel Shoe Marks and her inspirational story. Shoe Marks is inspired by a true story and takes us deep into the world of the paranormal. A place where anything can happen.
Adopted at birth, Karen Vance Hammond was born with an ear disfigurement, dyslexia, and learning disabilities. Unable to read or communicate well at a young age, she was removed from mainstream education due to failure and placed in a special school. Karen didn't let that hamper her love of the written word. When she learned of a woman who lived in a home that had paranormal activity, she was intrigued by the story, approached the owner and asked if she could write a novel about their lives.
While living with her own doubts she got to work. After the final manuscript was complete, she submitted Shoe Marks; to publishing companies. After countless rejection letters, Karen was loosing all hope that Shoe Marks would be published.
Not only was it published, but it went on to become an award-winning novel in the literary category. It adorns the shelves of libraries and classrooms across the world. Shoe Marks is Synegebooks best selling title in the paranormal genre and has been in the top 100-seller bracket numberous times on Amazon. Karen's second novel, Secrets in the Shallows from The Monastery Murders series, co-authored with Kimberly Brouillette has made the top 100 on Amazon twice since its debut and is now an award-winning title. Falling in love with the craft of writing, Karen is currently creating her third and fourth paranormal novels, entitled The Crossroads and The Stone.
I hope you will join us as we delve into the world of the paranormal and talk with the inspirational genius that is Karen Vance Hammond.
The life coach, John Davis Marshall, along with other spiritual minded people of God, discuss how God seeks to lead women to do wondrously well. Individuals and groups have their views of family. Most often, the view is a “law” view. Even, the most conscientious compassionate ones host a law view of family. God has a view. Always, His view is a “grace” view. And as always, His view is the best view. Join with us in a discussion forum of life-enriching topics that will help us to do wondrously well according to a grace view. Indeed it is true, a better you begins with a grace view of God!
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