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Tune in as Author Dr. Steven Haymon joins us to discuss his book: "Stress- Overcoming real life issues withGod."
Steven Haymon, Ed.D, has over 38 years of clinical experience as a psychotherapist/ consultant. He has treated thousands of clients for issues including childhood disorders, marital and couple counseling, family counseling, parent/child conflicts and chemical dependency. Dr. Haymon has also done extensive work with mood disorders, schizophrenia, and anxiety disorders. He has a wealth of knowledge in conducting training, workshops and seminars in his various fields of study and research.
Stress- We have some idea of how stress affects us mentally, emotionally, spiritually, and physically. We know that it is intense and perceived pressure which needs to be addressed; otherwise, there will be manifestations occurring such as: migraines, backaches, depression, psychosis, impaired cognition with memory loss, suicides, homicides and other opportunistic conditions, etc. However, stress can harmfully affect other dimensions of our lives--which we rarely consider.
Life's Issues with Lloyd Rosen and his guest Roger Laidig & Michelle Barnum Smith
Roger Laidig is a native of northern Indiana. He graduated from Purdue University and also received his MSBA from Indiana University SB. He retired from his 30-year career at Laidig, Inc., a global manufacturing and construction company, as Sr. Vice President of Sales and Marketing. He is currently embarking in a part time position as an adjunct professor at Purdue School of Technology in South Bend. His desire is to create trust by interacting, listening, and then sharing lessons that life has taught him. This led him to recently write the book “Finding Purpose and Joy, It’s a Journey”.
Michelle Barnum Smith is a dating coach... sort of. Really she's a 15 year Corporate Marketing veteran who applied the principles of Marketing to her OWN dating life and got married! Michelle now teaches other singles how to find love by applying marketing to their dating lives. Michelle has been featured on Forbes, Business Insider, The Examiner, ExpertBeacon.com and on several TV and Radio shows around the country.
On this week's episode we will discuss whether or not athletes should be discussing social issues that are going on in the news. Recently Pro Atheltes in the NBA, and NBA have been protesting the events in Ferguson and New York, and some say that as athlethes shouldn't voice their opinions. What do you think?
Lifes Issues with Lloyd Rosen with his guest Samuel Japhets & Melinda Cooper
Samuel Japhets is an international motivational speaker, author, a career pastor, prophet, apostle, missionary and singer. He holds a diploma in theology, a bachelor of science in Legal Studies, and is currently a doctor of jurisprudence degree candidate at the William Howard Taft Law School, Santa Ana, California. He is an American citizen residing in Houston, Texas. Samuel is a distinguished Featured Speaker and member of The Public Speakers Association, USA. http://www.publicspeakersassociation.com//samuel-japhets
Melinda Cooper worked for 18+ years with a very large government agency in various positions such as Employee/Labor Relation Specialist, Paralegal for the Regional Law Office, and Congressional Liaison. She has a BA from the University of Texas at Dallas in government and politics, a mother of 2 adult children and is a wife. Melinda started her first business in fashion for children and teens at the age of 16 until she sold it to a national clothing chain owned by Merry-Go-Round Enterprises, Inc. Melinda has been in various businesses while working her career with the government agency until 2008 when she walked away to Live Her Dream.
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Life's Issues with Lloyd Rosen and his guest Roger Lambert & Christine Catoggio
Christine is the owner of Successful Life Transitions, a Senior Care Management company. At Successful Life Transitions, she combines her extensive industry background with a sincere desire to help Seniors and their adult children of aging parents navigate the many challenges of the aging process. Christine understands first hand the challenges that adult children of aging parents face, and is passionate about helping families share long healthy lives and strong relationships with peace of mind and quality of life. Christine is a Life Transition specialist, and her services and programs have helped many clients on the issues of aging. She holds a number of industry certifications.
Roger Lambert despite being legally blind is a middle school basketball coach in his hometown of Allegan, Michigan. Coach Lambert recently received the Wolverine Conference of Southwest Michigan's award for twenty years of coaching service at various levels of middle school and high school basketball in both the boys and girls programs. As a coach, a minister, and a public speaker, Roger's words of inspiration have caused young people, church members, and entrepreneurs to renew their dedication to the victories and successes they desire.
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Lifes Issues with Lloyd Rosen and his guest Jason Pockrandt & Grant Thomas Connolly.
Jason Pockrandt is a Life Coach and Speaker. I am a Husband and Father. one of lives greatest transformations. After graduation with $19,000 in student loans and 18 months working 3rd shift in a job I hated, I took a leap of faith and left with $2000 in the bank and no job to my name. I then struggled for 3 months to fit into a box until I discovered my purpose in life and launched Live To Give. I became a Life Coach helping others to discover their passions and purpose. I also speak around the country to groups on the power of choices, power within us, and the power of perspective.
In 1999 while working in the Computer Department of my local College, Grant Thomas Connolly had a breakdown due to overwork, marital problems and unresolved personal issues. At the end of 6 months I went back to work but I was a very different person. I decided to resolve those issues and began searching for ways to do so. This search led me to become Certified as a Hypnotherapist and an EFT Practitioner. In 2001, right after 911, I left my job and my marriage and moved to Toronto and began seeing clients to help them with their personal issues.
How do you respond when certain issues of life come upon you? Do you respond with fear? Do you attack them head on? Or, do you try and wait and hope they will disappear? Join us as we discuss how to properly respond to pressing issues that will manifest in our lives.
Facilitator: Rev. Dennis Pryor
Patricia Hirsch, MCC, interviews Alain Cardon, MCC. Alain shares how over the years, working in executive, team and organizational coaching contexts has often been a challenge. Gradually working through the paradox of resistance to change or that people and systems ask for change in order to limit change, he has had to find strategies to accompany them, and himself in this exploration process. This has allowed Alain to develop specific individual, team and organizational coaching tools and strategies that he finds very powerful.
Master Certified Coach since 2002, mostly recognized for his specific competencies in systemic executive coaching, team coaching and organizational coaching, Alain Cardon is also a systemic coach trainer and coach supervisor with coach students in France, Belgium, Spain, Germany and Romania where he has opened a systemic coaching school in 2007.
As far as his personal style for executive coaching, life coaching, team coaching and organizational coaching clients, Alain has developed a direct, confronting and empowering coaching approach which may be defined as a blend of brief, systemic, creative, and breakthrough posture and techniques. Although French national and part-time resident, his intensely international personal life and career also makes it difficult to define Alain’s executive coaching heritage as originating from one or another coaching school of thought, one or another national frame of reference.
With the "wave" win for the GOP in the 2014 elections this past week, TLFR hosts will analyze how much of a factor pro-life issues played into the campaigns. We celebrate the wins of many pro-life WOMEN to various levels of elected office, but we will also talk accountability now that the elections are over.
What is the difference between suicide and assisted suicide? The stories of Brittany Maynord and now Robert Mitton tell us there is a lot more to this pro-life issue than the right to die with dignity.
In Britain, a mother is awarded by a court the permission to starve her daughter to death. Listen as we discuss how this really isn't the far-fetched idea that it sounds like.
Plus, we have a lot more headlines to get to, including the execution of Iranian Reyhaneh Jabbari. We will talk about her case in the light of ongoing foreign relations with the U.S. government.
Favor Life is a 15 minute radio empowerment segment designed to encourage the Christian Believer in their walk of faith and trust everyday through life situations and circumstance. The goal of this radio broadcast is to spiritually empower each believer in their process of growing and maturing in the grace and knowledge of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ daily. For the Christian Believer is in this world but operate and live in a different system of faith that manifest the glory of the Lord in their everyday life by faith , trust and obedience to God's Word. The journey of faith and trust is one that is to be enjoyed as we walk in the victory, purpose and destiny of our process to "there". Our "there" place is the place of our making that expresses the identity and character of Jesus Christ to a world who does not see or know Christ unless we show Him even in the conflicts that we face in our everyday life. So join in as we go through the process of "there" and see the favor of our King in everyday life on "Favor Life".