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Awake in the DREAM Radio with Laura Magdalene Eisenhower and Dr. DREAM, this week we are replaying, Captain Kaye interview (part 2):
"Mars, Alternative 3, & the End of Secrecy"
See www.AwakeInTheDREAMRadio.com for the Archive of past shows and information on future broadcasts.
LETTING GO, Dream Catchers with Les Paul
Do you ever feel like just letting go after your injuries? Has life’s challenges punched in the face and knocked into the floor and left you in tears? Well, if so, you come to the right place!
A place that is safe and nurturing where we can meet in a nonjudgmental way and you can make new friends and join in on the discussion on our chat room or over the phone and search for your inclusion on Dream Catchers with Les Paul on the Brain Injury Radio Network!
Tonight will be discussing ways of letting go of whatever it is, is holding you back from reaching your goals of recovery! Topics to be discussed will be and others include.
Letting go of the past
turning I can’t into I can
building blocks of discovery
becoming a champion of adversity
understanding it takes time strength and willpower
to thine own self be true because each recovery is different
why me, why not me, and the building blocks of his success
positive self talk
Understanding accepting and knowing that you are awesome!
Learning understanding and believing that you can take control of your life and destiny and be part of the team and change the future for survivors everywhere, and especially yourself at the same time!
When a woman can see herself in other women; when she can genuinely celebrate another woman's success; when a woman can feel compassion instead of judgment when another sister stumbles, she has embraced the sacredness of sisterhood.
Sisterhood IS sacred and when women are aware of and embrace this power, their lives can change. But how can a woman who has been betrayed or hurt by sisterhood find anything sacred about it?
Join Michelle for a discussion on reclaiming sisterhood when all seems lost.
On this episode of Power Up Living, host Kelly Galea interviews Gillian Pritchett about a topic many of us in the "sandwich generation" find ourselves faced with. How can we take care of our own financial situation as caring caregivers?
Why is Gillian so passionate about this topic? After an international corporate career spanning many years, Gillian solved a redundancy situation by emigrating from the UK to Canada where she rapidly got hired to a senior position in a corporate travel company. After 9/11 she again faced redundancy, moved back to Montreal and into marketing. After her father died in 2005, she started a consulting business in order to spend chunks of time each year with her mother. In the end she moved back to the UK and ended up becoming a full time carer for her mum. As her mum became frailer Gillian organised her life so that she could be her full time carer. Using her business - The Business Launchpad - as a platform she drew on her knowledge and business experience to create home study courses for people who wanted to start a business or run an existing business more efficiently and successfully. She is now developing a programme to help other caregivers who need an income whilst being at home to care for a loved one.
During this conversation, we’ll focus on two very specific groups of people that Gillian very much enjoys working with – the carer who needs an income and the former carer and people made redundant in later life. We’re going to look at their challenges and how Gillian is able to help. We’ll also look at how carers and older workers are treated – comparing North America and the UK.
The new season of TVOne's Unsung kicks off tonight at 8 p.m. Eastern, so we'll discuss the first show of the season, which will spotlight Montell Jordan. Montell had a nice mid-90s to early 2000s run on the R&B Charts, so we'll be talking about his music and some other randomness in this edition of All Subjects Everything.
Greeting to all God leading ladies, Each week I get excited about what God is doing and the many doors God is opening for me along with the many testimonies I receive from Women.I have a dear friend of mine who will be joining me on this episode titled How to forgive when it is beyond your natural ability. In this particular show my guest will be sharing her personal tragedy but how God had restored her and given her the gift of Love.We all say I love you but what happens when tradegy strikes your family and you have a reflection of your own heart When people disappoint us we feel many emotions rejection,abandonment just to name a few but how do we go from being hurt to being restored.I know it so well and it took me a while to get to a place that I could forgive I wanted God to bring the person to me first but what happens when that does not happen.Well I have a testimony for you of a woman who will share her own story.I know her story blessed me and I know it will bless you as well. Tune in July 30, 2014 at 9:00am EST.I would like you all to reflect on this question Is my love conditional? Remember God loves you with an Everlasting Love.
Workshop Wednesdays with host Tony Gambone and his guest Bryan Kiser & Alex Genadinik
Bestselling Author, Professional Coach, Writer, Speaker, Motivator, and Recruiter- Bryan Kiser has been helping people for over 25 years to better themselves, achieve their goals, and find success. For him it started in the gym and grew to the office, where he now Coach Entrepreneur's and Business Owners of Small to Mid-size businesses on find Clarity, Focusing Energy, and building Influence. He grew up enjoying the sand and the surf in Portland, Texas and he knows that choosing a "wave", especially a ride-able one is IMPOSSIBLE if you don't even know what one looks like! http://bryankiser.me/
Alex Genadinik is an author of two business books, and the creator of some of the top mobile apps for planning and starting a business on iOS, Android and the Kindle with 350,000+ downloads. Alex's books and apps cover topics that entrepreneurs struggle with the most such as business ideas, planning a business, marketing, and raising money. Alex has a B.S in Computer Science from San Jose State University. http://www.problemio.com/
Making up is hard to do when neither person wants to give in. Relationships reach a stalemate unless someone steps up as a mediator. How do you choose the person you trust to be an impartial mediator when you and your loved one are not on speaking terms? How do you reduce the the anger enough to take the first step toward reconciliation? How do you bring up the sensitive issues that cause pain beytween you and your loved one? Can you address past hurts and resolve them and still maintain your relationship? When do you know you need a counselor to step in
Moving is stress for humans.... let alone our pet family members. In this episode of PAWsitive Radio, host Charmaine shares the good, the bad, and the ugly about moving. And of course, her dog Toby will be standing by. Learn what worked well and great advice she received from other families. You'll hear how you can transfer these lessons into the work world when dealing with moves and change
PAWsitive Radio hosted by Team Toby. Join Host Charmaine Hammond, professional speaker, bestselling author and president of Team Toby.
PAWS Across Canada Tour Pet Friendly Adventure was a Team Toby dog friendly adventure focussed on building a kinder Canada one paw one person at a time. Follow the tour live as it happened via Team Toby's Twitter Feed: https://twitter.com/TeamToby2 To find out about PAWS Across Canada Visit our Facebook Page https://www.facebook.com/TheOriginalTeamToby or watch the video at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qlSAQLlA5l4 To order a copy of Toby’s books, or find out more about Charmaine and Team Toby, visit www.TheOriginalTeamToby.com