• 00:25

    Elizabeth Degnan Kryak, DrNP, MSN, RN-BC Joins Reiki Radio

    in Health

    Bette recently retired from 34 years of nursing at Abington Memorial Hospital in Abington PA.  She was integral to the Integrative Medicine Services and educated over 900 nurses and members of the community in Reiki.  She was involved in 2 grant funded Reiki research projects. 


    Bette received her doctorate in nursing practice from Drexel University.  Her dissertation was “Impact of intrinsic and extrinsic factors on the nurses’ use of hospital-endorsed complementary alternative medicine.”

  • 01:28

    Show 27: Class Five - Leadership and Motivation

    in Education

     
    Several MSOL alumni along with faculty member, Dr. Maureen O. Vanterpool, join John to discuss Leadership and Motivation, the fifth course in the MSOL curriculum. This course focuses on both intrinsic and extrinsic aspects of work motivation. A major premise of the course is that human beings were created to work; therefore, motivation in the workplace is a significant concern of leadership. Alumni guests include Jinny, Melanie, Jerry, Mary, Dil, and Tory.  



  • 01:00

    A Journey Into Dreams

    in Women

    A Biblical Look At Dream Interpretation with Amy Coello and Laura Richardson-Harris.
    Today's Show:PART 3: TYPES OF DREAMS - Our discussion will include definitions and examples of Reoccuring Dreams, Extrinsic Dreams, Soul Dreams and Deliverance Dreams.  And of course, we will be interpreting dreams that have been previously submitted.  Soon, we will be interpreting dreams live on the air!
     
    Visit: Amy Coello Visit: Laura Richardson-Harris

  • 01:02

    What is the State of Your Mind? - Dr. Bob Ruotolo

    in Self Help

    Dr. Bob Ruotolo asks "What is the State of Your Mind?"
    Examine your intrinsic and extrinsic worlds
    The need for understanding and balance
    Overcoming Life’s Hindrances and Obstacles
    Mind Mapping- an exercise to improve both your state of mind and your response to the outer world

  • 00:57

    Patty Colman - About Face Products

    in Women

    Like most women approaching their mid to late forties, Patty Colman wasn’t thrilled to see new lines and wrinkles in the mirror each morning. She was also spending too much money on creams and serums, all with promises that she knew were not going to stop or reverse the developing wrinkles. There was the option of Botox or other cosmetic procedures for those who can afford the luxury, but even those do not offer a permanent solution.

    Wasn’t there something out there that could actually prevent these wrinkles?

    Patty has always been a product and ingredient junkie. So she started to do some detailed research to see if there was any information that could help her better understand how wrinkles are caused, and if there was anything she could personally do to prevent them. In a very small nutshell here is some of what she learned.
     
       

    There are two types of aging: Intrinsic (internal) and Extrinsic (external) Intrinsic aging is caused by the genes we inherit, and unfortunately there is nothing we can do about that.

    Extrinsic aging however is caused by environmental factors- i.e. things we can change. In all the articles Patty read the same extrinsic causes were listed. So she went down the list to see what she had already changed, or could now change to prevent or stop wrinkles.
    In today’s show Patty will talk about what she learned and what she was able to create that might be helpful in the battle of aging.
     

  • 00:30

    Grantham Taylor Hughes Show

    in Legal

    Each week Gratham Taylor Hughes explores by way of the Brauch foundation (TBf), the 1930 Geneva Conventionbankruptcy. Best evidence being a commn law legal phrase shows within one's pocket the Federal Reserve Note (FRN) being only a debt insrument. However, it is legal as of the 1793 conage act citation on its bace next to the celebrity bust stating the eleven words, "This Note is Legal Tender for All Debts Public and Private." Those words give the note extrinsic purchasing power, but no intrinsic redeemability not making it illegal but instead just debt attempting to retrieve credit. That pathology is explored and fixed from the words of Grantham Taylor Hughes again each week on The Brauch foundation show. 

  • 00:30

    Grantham Taylor Hughes Show

    in Legal

    Each week Gratham Taylor Hughes explores by way of the Brauch foundation (TBf), the 1930 Geneva Conventionbankruptcy. Best evidence being a commn law legal phrase shows within one's pocket the Federal Reserve Note (FRN) being only a debt insrument. However, it is legal as of the 1793 conage act citation on its bace next to the celebrity bust stating the eleven words, "This Note is Legal Tender for All Debts Public and Private." Those words give the note extrinsic purchasing power, but no intrinsic redeemability not making it illegal but instead just debt attempting to retrieve credit. That pathology is explored and fixed from the words of Grantham Taylor Hughes again each week on The Brauch foundation show. 

  • 00:31

    Grantham Taylor Hughes Show

    in Politics

    Each week Gratham Taylor Hughes explores by way of the Brauch foundation (TBf), the 1930 Geneva Convention bankruptcy. Best evidence being a commn law legal phrase shows within one's pocket the Federal Reserve Note (FRN) being only a debt insrument. However, it is legal as of the 1793 conage act citation on its bace next to the celebrity bust stating the eleven words, "This Note is Legal Tender for All Debts Public and Private." Those words give the note extrinsic purchasing power, but no intrinsic redeemability not making it illegal but instead just debt attempting to retrieve credit. That pathology is explored and fixed from the words of Grantham Taylor Hughes again each week on The Brauch foundation show. 

  • 00:31

    Grantham Taylor Hughes Show

    in Politics

     
     
    (I have been on vacation for the last two weeks) Each week Gratham Taylor Hughes explores by way of the Brauch foundation (TBf), the 1930 Geneva Convention bankruptcy. Best evidence being a commn law legal phrase shows within one's pocket the Federal Reserve Note (FRN) being only a debt insrument. However, it is legal as of the 1793 conage act citation on its bace next to the celebrity bust stating the eleven words, "This Note is Legal Tender for All Debts Public and Private." Those words give the note extrinsic purchasing power, but no intrinsic redeemability not making it illegal but instead just debt attempting to retrieve credit. That pathology is explored and fixed from the words of Grantham Taylor Hughes again each week on The Brauch foundation show. 

  • 00:35

    Mindset Monday! Why do people quit?

    in Lifestyle

    Today we discuss intrinsic and extrinsic motivation.  We explore why people quit and how to identify what really motivates us to succeed.

  • 00:31

    The Brauch foundation

    in Legal

    Each week Gratham Taylor Hughes explores by way of the Brauch foundation (TBf), the 1930 Geneva Convention bankruptcy. Best evidence being a commn law legal phrase shows within one's pocket the Federal Reserve Note (FRN) being only a debt insrument. However, it is legal as of the 1793 conage act citation on its bace next to the celebrity bust stating the eleven words, "This Note is Legal Tender for All Debts Public and Private." Those words give the note extrinsic purchasing power, but no intrinsic redeemability not making it illegal but instead just debt attempting to retrieve credit. That pathology is explored and fixed from the words of Grantham Taylor Hughes again each week on The Brauch foundation show. 

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