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Elisabeth Grace has been a news junkie since she began reading the New York Times at age four. She discovered her love of astrology when she was nine. Armed at 20 with a BA in Philosophy from Wellesley College, she soon headed to Hollywood. She enjoyed an illustrious career as a movie marketeer, eventually moving to New York to scatter her pixie dust over television news.
She was compelled to begin writing her own daily astro-logical forecast in 2009, blending her passion for headlines with insight on planetary patterns. Her blog puts a helpful and empowering perspective on world events and other crises that might otherwise be bewildering. Her avid readers use it as a guide for maximizing success.
Elisabeth consults with clients in private practice. Most are high achievers in their professions. Elisabeth uses her understanding of astrology to help her clients solve problems, improve timing and create even more fulfilling relationships with others -- and themselves.
Elisabeth writes regularly for the National Council for Geocosmic Research. She will never stop talking about astrology, to the delight of audiences who have heard her speak in New York and Tokyo.
Karen A. Lehman is the Executive Director of the Episcopal Actors' Guild of America (EAG). Founded in 1923, EAG is a charitable organization that provides emergency assistance and career support to local, professional performers "of all faiths, and none."
Professionally, Karen has spent her time pursuing two passions: being of service and the performing arts. After graduating from the University of Delaware, Karen worked in Student Affairs for both SUNY and Pennsylvania State University, as well as with Libetae, a woman's halfway house in her home state of Pennsylvania.
During this time, Karen also continued to perform on stage, eventually moving to New York to study at the Neighborhood Playhouse School of the Theatre, and working as an actress for several years after that.
In 2006, Karen's two passions were brought together in one job when she was hired as the Assistant Director of EAG. Shortly after, in 2008, Karen was named Executive Director. Under her leadership, EAG has greatly expanded its programs and services to include The Headshot Project (free, professional headshots for clients of EAG) and The Actors' Pantry, which provides groceries to EAG clients and their families.
As Executive Director, Karen has also established a very active volunteer program as well as a successful program for Young Professionals.
For more information about EAG, please visit www.actorsguild.org.
What’s the difference between procrastinating and ‘percolating’ on an idea or action? Today, JoAnne Marceau, a certified results coach, is joining me for part 2 on how to avoid procrastination and the “awareness action items” you can take to be sure you’re not putting of the life you could have by procrastinating.
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Harold Dennis has been a working actor since 1997. He founded the Actin'Up Performance Troop in 1998. At that same time Harold was cast in the hit blues musical called "I Was There When The Blues Was Red Hot". He stayed with that production for 171 shows. He's studied at Eta Cultural Arts Foundation, Sarantos Studios for acting and The Green Shirt Studio for the Meisner Technique, accumulating 16 years of training. He's a board member of the Black Harvest Film Festival Community Council, a staff member of the Midwest Film Festival. He's taught acting workshops and the UNA Global Wake Up Film Festival and the Bronzeville Film Festival and has been a panelist himself on multiple occassions. He's currently producing 2 feature films. Harold has acted in well over 100 films and you can view his credits at: http://www.imdb.com/name/nm1815557/
Join us this week for a sacred meditation like never before as we do this as a proxy for all life we also have some recent updates about the Runes another sacred tool that almine world leading mystic and seer has brought through to assist humanity in removing matrices and for self guidance and more ! Tune in to find out
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Join Joanne Hull for an emotional, heart talk about our loved animals that have past over to spirit. Explore the grieving process, how we learn to heal, recover and move forward after losing something so precious.
Losing a pet can be devastating for anyone, it is unfortunately something universal and so Joanne is here not to do readings, but help you understand about where our pets go, how we heal and deal with our pain and heartache.
You are not alone, this subject can be felt by all at some point in their lives, so join the support here and share your story of your loved animal that sadly passed to spirit.
Joanne Hull - Author
Can you talk with the animals? Have you ever wondered what your own pet would tell you? or are you just curious to know whether it is at all possible? well, now you can find out all the answers from Joanne Hull - Internationally renowned Author, Speaker & TV personality. Learn how to connect with animals, send and receive detailed messages and create a truly unique bond with your loved pet.
Want to work in the Animal Communication field? Joanne Hull can help, with her Distance Learning Courses, 1 Day Workshops and Cd's, Joanne can teach you all aspects of Animal Communication for both personal and professional use.
In this short intro, you will learn the basic connection on How to communicate with animals with Joanne Hull's simple technique that everyone is capable of.
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Today's show: Joanne Kraft joins Cynthia at 1:30pm CST to talk about being a mean mom. Do you struggle to instill loving boundaries and become discouraged when your child doesn't like you for them? Let The Mean Mom's Guide inspire you to dig in and stand your ground when parenting gets tough--because a mean mom isn't always the mean you think it means.
The Staging Fashionista
Home staging and decorating brings out my creative side. Over twenty years in public service and working as a Senior Executive has provided me with customer service and management skills that have proven beneficial for my business. I love staging homes for my clients to make them look their best prior to putting them on the market. I want buyers to fall in love with the homes I stage by creating a lifestyle and an emotional connection to the home. My average days on market of my staged homes is 18 days.
Claudia Thomas/ Real Estate Agent
Topic: Why Real Estate Agents ahould hire a Home Stager.
Claudia is licensed real estate agent serving Northern Virginia. She has earned Lifetime Top Producing Agent for the past 10 years. Certified as a short sale specialist, and an accredited buyers representative, currently specializing in new construction, luxury homes and military relocation.
Wilbert Jones is the president of The Wilbert Jones Company, Inc., a Chicago based 21 year old food/beverage and marketing company. He is the author of three cookbooks, The New Soul Food Cookbook (Carol Publishing Group, 1996), Mama’s Tea Cakes (Kensington, 1998), and Smothered Southern Foods (Kensington 2006). He was the host of 2008 PBS national television show, Healthy Heritage Kitchen. Jones visited the continent, Africa numerous of times and has written many published articles about African food/beverage ingredients. He has also lectured at several culinary institutions across America. His newest book, Images of America: Chicago Blues (Arcadia Publishing), was released on October 27, 2014.
Brian Thornton is principal and owner of Brian G Thornton Designs. BGTD is a design and consulting studio for hospitality, commercial, retail and residential design. His designs for Pinnacle Entertainment, Marriott, Hilton and Goldman Sachs properties are noteworthy. Thornton’s Studio is currently working for DiamondRock Hospitality on several of their holdings, as well. Thornton has also led design for: MGM’s Design Group, RTKL, H. Chambers, and Gensler, where his designs led to multiple AIA and IIDA awards.
Thornton is an industrial designer with patented plumbing fixtures he created with Pfister® faucets, seating, softgoods, custom lighting casegoods for Marriott in Honolulu, Aruba and Sonoma, CA. Roles such as architect, interior architect and designer have led to discoveries and experience in lighting challenges and solutions. He has created over fifty custom lighting designs primarily for every project he’s touched in his 35 year career.
He has designed and or renovated some of the iconic retail and public spaces around the country including the rewrite of the criteria for Pelli’s Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport while at Gensler DC. And the 107 Lounge, atop of the Stratosphere Tower, Las Vegas.
He is a prolific reader and writer, and this year joined the editorial staff of BLVDs Magazine with their 2015 launch of their Home |Design spinoff. He is a graduate and former visiting professor in Architecture from Hampton University in Virginia. He has lectured at his alma mater, UMCP, Carnegie Mellon and Howard Universities and the Art Institute in Las Vegas. Thornton has been a guest on HGTV’s “Bang for Your Buck” one of their popular series. He resides in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA.
Recently the School Ethics Commission released several advisory opinions which impact the designation of which board members can participate in labor negotiations, as well as in personnel matters. In addition, are there volunteer activities board members may need to shy away from? Please join host Ray Pinney as he discusses these and other important issues with Joanne Restivo, acting executive director of the School Ethics Commission, and Robert Bender and Mark Finkelstein, commission members.
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