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Grant Connolly, creator of the ZPoint Process takes questions from listeners about how to benefit from using ZPoint and interviews Wendy Russell who uses ZPoint to help her clients overcome difficult life patterns and issues. The last 15 minutes of the show will be spent taking the audience through a deeply relaxing ZPoint Meditation on healing relationships
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In todays show we interview Sophie Sladek from Switzerland again for the 3rd time.
The purpose of the show is to allow the listener the opportunity to hear the difference in Sophie's life after using ZPoint for the past few months.
Listen as she speaks candidly about her life and her experience moving forward with the ZPoint 21 Day Live Program.
Grant Connolly will be joining us to discuss his world-renowned clearing technique "Z-Point". ZPoint is a Meditative Healing Process that can quickly bring you to a place of inner peace and emotional balance on virtually any subject or issue that may be upsetting you.
It does this by gently releasing your attachment to difficult or stressful feelings associated with difficult memories, situations, circumstances, relationships, ways of being or areas of life that aren't working the way you want them to.
It lets you move on with your life, to stop thinking about the things that bother or upset you. ZPoint allows you to experience true peace of mind.
On this episode we will talk about ZPoint approaches helping people earn more money by releasing their attachment to all the ways they resist having it. We will take our listeners through a short demonstration on how to release your attachment to all the ways you resist having money.
Bax and Grant recap the crazy NFL weekend by talking about their favorite games. Especially the Green Bay Packers game and their poor performance on offense. Is Green Bay actually as good as people thought? Plus an updated playoff picture and thoughts on which team really was the biggest disappointment in 2014. Grant also get's his chance to rant as he always does. You won't want to miss this show! Feel free to call in as well and ask questions of the guys!
For Jack Connolly, the song is everything. Free of pretensions or pomp, his Country folk-tinged tunes are all about vivid storytelling, and this talent shines on his latest album, Great Big Soul.
The Toronto-based songwriter has been involved in the Canadian music scene for more than a decade. Having grown up playing coffee houses on Vancouver Island, he released his debut Indie album Open Stage in 2001. His sophomore full-length The Empty Cafe followed in 2004, and its rootsy full-band sound earned Jack the title of Songwriter of the Year at the Vancouver Island Music Awards.
Seeking new experiences, he relocated to Toronto in 2009 and quickly took part in the vibrant local music scene. In addition to regularly performing his own songs around town and on the road, he formed the country 'covers' group the Gas Station Cowboys covering Johnny Cash, Hank Williams, Garth Brooks and others.
He drew on these influences - in addition to old favourites like Bruce Springsteen & Tom Cochrane - when penning the songs that make up his latest full-length, Great Big Soul, on Country label Curve Music. The album began as a batch of barebones demos recorded in a church basement in downtown Toronto, and Jack eventually fleshed them out at the Tragically Hip's Bathouse Recording Studio with producer John MacArthur Ellis.
Jack was one of six jury-selected finalists from across the country who participated in the Canadian Country Music Association's (CCMA) prestigious 2013 Discovery Program, and showcased his material at the CCMA's in Edmonton in September to rave reviews.
Also on the show, Ontario Country artist Chelsea Crites is here to talk about her new single Doing To Me.
New show coming this week meet some of the first African American stewardesses from other air lines. Until then please enjoy my TV interview about my book Stars in the Sky
The PoeTrish ~ "Don't Beat the Love out of ME!"
Chicagoan, Trisha Mann-Grant, attended Roosevelt University for Music Education with a scholarship in Voice Performance. While there, Trisha became a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority and was crowned Miss Black Chicago. She reached many students through motivational speaking at graduations and assemblies; while being a positive role model in her community as well. Trisha was a print model in Ebony and Jet magazines, Raveen and Fashion Fair and toured the country doing hair shows, national billboards and commercials for Luster Hair products. She lovingly said farewell to the “Windy City” to pursue a career in acting and writing in L.A., California. Within a month, Trisha booked her first TV appearance with the late Lou Rawls and sports talk show host Terry Bradshaw. Hear More March 7th, 2015 at 5:00PM Central on a Conference Interview here on "So Real WIth Madelyn" Join Us!
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