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Namaste Brains means:
I honor the place in your in which the entire universe dwells.
I honor the place in you which is of love, of truth, of light and peace.
When you are in that place in you and I am in the place in me we are one.
Come get seated out on the edge with me and Yoga instructor Jackie Gadd
Join me with Chiquita Tillman as she shares her story from being sold into prostitution to facing abandonment by her family. Yet in her darkest hours she experiences the unconditional love of God that would forever change her life.
JOIN US AS WE WELCOME FASHION DESIGNER JUS IOTH AKA JUSTIN HAYNES. PLUS JAZZ ARTISTS LINTON $ LOUISE SHARING THEIR NEW PROJECT..
Our guests for this morning’s Young Entrepreneurs Academy CEO Panel are Michael Zislis, Russ Lesser and James O’Callaghan.
A visionary entrepreneur, restaurateur, hotelier and philanthropist, Michael Zislis has captivated consumers with a cavalcade of well-loved and highly successful establishments. He brewed his first beer for a school science experiment when he was 13 and by the time he was a student at USC, he was a master brewer.t.
Russ Lesser is the President of Body Glove International. Russ’ grandparents purchased a home in Manhattan Beach in 1917 and he and his wife live about 100 feet from the original family house. He attended Manhattan Beach schools from kindergarten through high school and then graduated from California State University at Long Beach with a degree in accounting.
James O’Callaghan comes to Manhattan Beach from Venice Visitor, Venice’s first destination marketing organization at which he served as Executive Director. Previously, he served as Director of Visitor Services for LA Inc. and the Los Angeles Convention and Visitors Bureau.
This morning we’re going to learn about the inaugural Manhattan Beach Young Entrepreneurs Academy, sponsored by the Manhattan Chamber of Commerce and Morgan Stanley. We’re going to chat with a couple of the captains of industry taking an active role in the program’s CEO Panel.
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Tonight on Unspoken Words Robert, Jackie and Dan continue answer listeners relationship questions! The best thing about relationships is there are so many different elements to them & getting different perspectives, ideas and hearing different experiences are important to finding out what works for you. In order to have better relationships, we need to have a better relationship with ourselves. Finding out who we are and knowing ourselves is key to making better relationship decisions and realizing what works for us and what doesn't. So join the group tonight as they discuss these issues and continue to send in your questions, comments and feedback!
JOIN ME AND CO-HOST JACKIE HICKMAN AS WE WELCOME QUARTET GROUP: THE ABRAHAM BROTHERS SHARING THEIR NEW PROJECT: "FAMILY REUNION"..PLUS THE AWESOME TESTIMONY!!
Our guest this morning is Nancy Wilcox, co-chair of the South Bay Coalition to End Homelessness.
Nancy has been a full-time volunteer for the past 20 years, most recently serving as co-chair of the South Bay Coalition to End Homelessness (SBCEH) since 2013. In this capacity she helps oversee the day-to-day operational workings of this organization, which was formed in the 1980s.
•Lead writer for the South Bay’s Coordinated Entry System grant applications 2014 and 2015 funding
•SBCEH lead coordinator for the 2015 Greater Los Angeles Homeless Count. Beginning in 2005, this HUD-mandated census is held every other year in late January.
•Served as the South Bay Project Manager for the CES “Scale-Up” South Bay team from November 2013-April 2014.
After Nancy received her Information Sciences Bachelor’s degree from UC Santa Cruz, she worked for TRW at its Redondo Beach “Space Park” location until the mid-1990’s. During her engineer career, she worked in the area of software development for “command and control” and satellite projects. She developed her leadership skills first as a section head and later as a subproject manager while at TRW.
Prior to joining SBCEH, Mrs. Wilcox volunteered at the Torrance Unified School District, most notably at South High School, where she worked in its library for 8 years.
Nancy is married and has one son. As a native Angelino, she has called the South Bay home for the past 35 years.
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On the next episode of Small Changes Big Shifts with host Dr. Michelle Robin you’ll meet Dallas Hartwig, the co-founder of Whole9 and the Whole30® program along with his wife Melissa Hartwig
The Whole30® is a health movement that is based on the idea of eating whole, nutrient-dense foods—meat, seafood, eggs, vegetables, fruits, and healthy fats—as a short-term nutrition reset designed to help you put an end to unhealthy cravings and habits, restore a healthy metabolism, heal your digestive tract, and balance your immune system.
His interest in making the world a better place converged with his interest in science in college, when he received a BS in Anatomy & Physiology from Andrews University in 2000, and an MS in Physical Therapy in 2001. He became a Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist in 2003, and has since accumulated many health and exercise-related certifications, and is on the Advisory Board for Paleo f(x) and the Athletic Advisory Board for Fitwall. Dallas is also on the Board of Editors and Reviewers for the International Journal of Human Nutrition and Functional Medicine. Some of the topics up for discussion include:
food allergies and how to find out what your body is allergic to
metabolism and why a 30-day reset is incredibly effective to lose weight
do’s & don't's at the grocery store
Also joining Dr. Robin is holistic health coach, Jackie Caldwell. Hear Jackie’s journey to wellness and her recovery from ulcerative colitis and how she did that by eliminating foods she wasn’t able to digest.
Born in Philadelphia, Thea Jeffers started making her clothes at age 14 and has been sewing ever since. She also started decorating the family home at that time. She attended Fashion Design School in Longbeach, CA. Her 30 years of sewing and teaching sewing skills, is combined with her love and formal training as a decorator in the early eighties. Her current Interior Decorating Business focuses on her belief that Décor is for the Soul. As an Interior Decorator, Thea delivers rich, warm looking, comfortable, and intimate spaces. Her trademark is always making it cozy, functional, and within budget. She is available for consulting.
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