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    Buzz On Business - Greenwood Village Chamber

    in Business

    A weekly feature of Greenwood Village Chamber of Commerce. This week's edition hosted by Chamber CEO Mark Crowley discusses upcoming Chamber events and this week we bring you an update from Chuck Berry at Colorado Association of Commerce and Industry-discussing all of the latest bills being considered at the State House.

  • 00:33

    John Carver Show - The Success 20 Plus - Chelsea Greenwood

    in Self Help

    WORDS of WISDOM from a LOT of SMART PEOPLE!!


    If you don't subscribe to Success Magazine (www.success.com) you don't know what you're missing.  In the January 2015 edition Chelsea Greenwood puts together some advice from more than a dozen people who have made it BIG TIME!


    Some of the people who share, POWERFUL, advice and wisdom to help you in your life include:


    Martha Beck


    Les Brown


    Ken Blanchard


    Brendon Burchard


    Jack Canfield


    Henry Cloud


    and many more. 


    That is the theme for this show...advice from people far smarter than you and me.

  • 01:01

    Comfort Cases for Children in Foster Care: It Takes a Village!

    in Self Help

     


    Comfort Cases for Children in Foster Care: It Takes a Village!   Join Us!


    We often take our lives for granted.  There are children across the United States that drifts from pillar to post daily.  Ideally when we imagine childhood, we envision smiling faces and endless giggles.  However, this is not always the actuality for countless youth.  Children are experiencing the unthinkable.  We must open our minds and hearts to this crude reality. Tonight Kathy Jackson the "Pajama Drive" Mom and Rob Scheer, Founder/CEO of Comfort Cases will share how they combat the dilemma.


    Knowledge Always Empowers!


    So, Let’s Talk!


    Questions for the guest can be answered live or text them to me Sheba Holly at 202 288 0676.


    Learn More About Pajama Drive and Comfort Cases:  


    Kathy Jackson  Pajama Drive


    KJacksondc@yahoo.com


     


     


     

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    Wings: The Journey Home

    in Spirituality

    Elizabeth Emily Hicks and William Raymond Hicks are a husband and wife team who met in 1996 through a transformational workshop.  During much personal growth together, Elizabeth, a.k.a. Elise, and William were inspired to write "Wings: The Journey Home" because they wanted to impart the wisdom that they have gained from their life experiences, in a fun and inspiring way.  Elise and William are both students of history, psychology, self-empowerment, metaphysics and quantum physics.   ‘Wings', an inspiring coming of age tale about an eagle who forgets, is their first published book.  They have written several other fictional and non-fictional e-books together and separately, which they have published on Smashwords.  They live in a rare and beautiful urban sanctuary, called Mariners Village in Marina del Rey, California, where Great Blue Herons and other wildlife live, but developers and politicians have renovation plans that would remove all of the trees,well over 1,000, as well as the last nesting grounds for the Great Blue Heron.  They have banded together with their neighbors and local organizations to create the Friends of Mariners Village and the Lorax Project, in order to save the trees and even more importantly the vision that Mariners Village represents, namely, that man and nature can live together in harmony.  Check out their websites: http://www.wingsthejourneyhome.com and http://www.gofundme.com/ProtectLAsCoastalForest


    Also, Gloria Jelladian, a former guest, is stopping by with a Holiday gift for you and news about her recent book, Beloved Forever.


    First, it's the Starseed News with Anastasia, bringing topics you won't hear in the mainstream.


    Crystal Quest to Arkansas, May 10-16 now gathering!

  • 02:16

    SignotheTimes w Queen Tahiyrah Tuesdays w Dr. James Jones HIPHOP POLITIX ECOMIX

    in Motivation

    TONIGHT TUESDAY DECEMBER 16 2014 6:00PM EST 917-889-8059


    We will have on the air with us Dr. James Jones as we build LOVE in the Village......


    Please join us TONIGHT 6:00pm EST ?#‎CALLUP??#‎TUNEIN?

  • 00:38

    Daily Gogetemism #72 It Takes A Village

    in Parents

    It takes a village to raise a child but if the village is foul then a responsible single parent might be better. Cousins, aunts and uncles can really mess things up sometimes.

  • 01:30

    One-Heart Messages with Robin: Medicine Wheel Messages from the North

    in Spirituality

    Hello! I'm Robin Guayasamin-Salerno, the host of One-Heart Messages with Robin, offering my weekly radio program to discuss spiritual, healing messages from the worlds of animals, Spirit, and your own intuitive abilities.


    The Native American Medicine Wheel shows the four directions of the compass and each direction has deep spiritual significance- Tonight we will turn the Spiritual North- the direction which holds inspiration from our dreamtime and spirit guides. Perhaps inspiration for your next step may be in the quiet of your dreams-  call in at (646)649-0027 for messages from your Spiritual North!


    You can reach me for private consultations by calling (262)501-4838 or by contacting me on my websites www.robinsalerno.com and www.innersongs.net.


    Robin is a native american sixth-generation psychic-medium and animal intuitive who was raised in the historic village of Lily Dale, New York, in a family of mediums. Robin has spent the past twenty years teaching and lecturing on various metaphysical subjects throughout the Northeastern and Midwest US. Today Robin is the director of Innersongs, LLC., outside of Milwaukee, WI, where she teaches classes in mediumship development for personal awareness, and summer workshop programs using the wisdom of horses and nature for healing and self-discovery.


     

  • 02:55

    'The Matt Duffin Show' - Embedded W/Aged & Disabled Troops

    in Health

    I broke my hip.  Soon after, was enlisted into the Aged & Disabled Troops where was put right up on the Eastern Front - The Village.  Six week stay, then future 'away' rehab appears on the slate.  Can't walk anyway (AT ALL) and my now-skinny legs need to recover.  The 'mind game' of TBI Recovery as overtaken me, and my health is reported to be failing because of lack of Physical Training, er, Therapy.


    First shared a small room with a Dementia patient - a former County Sheriff, with a side-kick sharing our bathroom.  No shower.  CNA's job.  Kinda like that part.  Then moved into a 'private' room area.  Less hustle, bustle, OWN shower/bathroom, social and activity's offered daily, the quiet of the neighborhood's overall 'issues' is enlightening is somewhat 'drab'.  Or, is it just me?  Being of around 30-years minus the average age of the 40-some-ish (no count yet) 'troopers' of various mental capacities, I've looked not only at the overall programs, work and ways of the facility (while trying to mend myself) but into the  eyes; perhaps the eyes of the future.


    TBI Survivors and the dreaded 'isolation' that frustratingly follows, meet aged Survivors of life, where the hope of time is certainly limited.  Awareness, as a society we often overlook the factual concept of 'limited isolation'...


    I'll do what I can from Rosebud Village tonight, hate to awaken the troops.  Brought my laptop, but need a 'techie' to stop by.  PLEASE.  Thanks to the night staff, I often use the closed rec hall's cpu at late night.  Yes, there is a routine!

  • 00:08

    Christmas in the Village

    in Current Events

    Hear live broadcast from 96 Town Park where it's free admission, beverages, food , movie and  more

  • 01:13

    Deepertruth: My Experience At Medjugorie (800 P.M. Central Live)

    in Religion

    I had my M-5 video Camera taking pictures along the way. The mountains and the rivers were very colorful.


    Sometimes the roads were so narrow that you could almost look straight down from the bus window deep into the gorge.


    That was a bit scary. Finally, we made it to our destination. Getting off the bus was great as we looked around the area.


    Medjugorie is a small village located up in the mountains about 40 miles past Mostar.


    From afar, you could see “Cross Mountain” where the people of the village erected a large cross in 1933 to commemorate the Passion of the Lord.


    You can see this far off as you drive towards Medjugorie.


    The Church of St. James stood very prominent.


    The place was alive with small children playing with old soccer balls, there were local farmers with goats that seemed everywhere.


    We were quickly assigned with local families to stay during this pilgrimage. It seemed that the whole region was totally converted.


     


     


     


     


     


     


     


     


     


     


     


     


     


     


     


     


     


     


     


     


     


     


     


     


     

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