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What makes a blog go viral? Is it the title? The author? The topic? A combination of all three?
In the case of Rob Myers blog titled, THERE’S A WAY TO STOP MASS SHOOTINGS, AND YOU WON’T LIKE IT, we might all agree that the title draws us in. What keeps us reading though?
I can only speak for myself that the reason I kept reading was because Rob wasn’t pointing fingers at the system or any system, saying YOU should do this or not do this. In fact, he calls the reader forth in the blog’s very first sentence. “That’s right. (It reads) You’re not going to like it because it’s going to require you to do something personally, as opposed to shouting for the government, or anyone (else) to “do something! You ready? Here it is”
It’s a perfect topic for Voice of Evolution Radio, and yet this is the first time I’m bringing it to my listeners, for the very reason that kept me reading: it’s become a polarity conversation in which we make someone else wrong for the ills of the world, a diffusion of responsibility issue - and Voice of Evolution Radio is NOT about supporting polarity; we are all about voicing polarity for the sake of creating connecting, sustainable and compassionate conversation.
Rob Myers is at present managing the largest single site, off-campus Student Housing facility in the country at 2500 beds. Previously, he was a Regional Manager in Gainesville, FL and a fixer for troubled student housing assets. He’s a walking Student Housing operations manual (in his own words) in a delightfully pleasant package, loving Budgets, Marketing, and Team Building, just a few of his favorite things.
Linda Lombardo hosts.
Jacquelyn Strickland is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), Coach and workshop leader based in Ft. Collins, Colorado. She has often been called the pioneer of the national and international movement for highly sensitive people (HSP) after co-creating the HSP Gathering Retreats in 2001 with Dr. Elaine Aron, author The Highly Sensitive Person, How to Thrive When the World Overwhelms You, and 4 other books the subject. Jacquelyn is passionate about her vision of a world full of empowered HSPs.
She has been certified to utilize the Myers Briggs Personality Inventory since 1991, and she is trained in hypnotherapy and is a Level II EMDR therapist. Her counseling and coaching practice combines therapeutic orientations, coaching principles, EMDR and hypnotherapy with her client's spiritual foundation. Sign up for her ezine, HSP Highlights & Insights by visiting her web site at www.lifeworkshelp.com or call (970) 484-0840, or email Jacquelyn@hspgatheringretreats.com
Listen to Highly Sensitive People Part One on demand, which aired last week.
Linda Lombardo hosts.
Panoramic Living has five frames of focus:
Back to Our Roots – Eating from the Earth
Mindfulness – Living in the Moment
Connection – Family, Friends, Community
Walking Wisdom – Moving Naturally
Passionate Purpose –Meaning to Life
Panoramic Living engages individuals, small businesses, corporations, and communities through events and programs that educate, motivate, and connect with the overall goals of increasing lifespan, improving well-being, and decreasing our needs for healthcare and its associated expenses.
It’s time to Make Longevity Happen!
Janine interacted with hundreds of older adults as she worked in the senior care industry. She watched the struggles and successes of the aging process, with thoughts of how our economy will meet the challenges of our aging demographic; with the fact that our nation spends more on healthcare than any other nation, but consistently our overall well-being ranks low.
Janine decided she needed to do her best to make a difference and it had to start with her. She began to incorporate principles from healthy, happy, independent centenarians around the world. These principles have been proven scientifically that lifestyle and not genetic disposition is what primarily impacts our longevity. The good news is that longevity is not linked to any new or expensive diet fads; supplements; or exercise programs. It’s all about simplicity.
It’s about doing the things we know are right, but yet many of us have lost our way in the journey.
Linda Lombardo hosts.
Hay House author, Rick Tamlyn riffs on a regular basis at Voice of Evolution Radio. Now, Rick shares a 10-minute insight into topics that are so much a part of our daily lives; so obvoius, and yet, we forgot them.
Here's a reminder about the difference between cooperation and collaboration and how to know which one you're looking for.
Linda Lombardo, host and producer of Voice of Evolution Radio joins Rick in this topic.
How do you define a Highly Sensitive Person? What are the Challenges we face? What is it important to know about this trait? In Part One of this two-part series, we'll talk about these bigger picture views of highly sensitive people. In part two of the series (next week), we'll talk about empowering the highly sensitive person.
About Jacquelyn Strickland, LPC
Jacquelyn is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), Coach and workshop leader based in Ft. Collins,Colorado. She has often been called the pioneer of the national and international movement for highly sensitive people (HSP) after co-creating the HSP Gathering Retreats in 2001 with Dr. Elaine Aron, author The Highly Sensitive Person, How to Thrive When the World Overwhelms You, and 4 other books the subject. Jacquelyn is passionate about her vision of a world full of empowered HSPs.
She has been certified to utilize the Myers Briggs Personality Inventory since 1991, and she is trained in hypnotherapy and is a Level II EMDR therapist. Her counseling and coaching practice combines therapeutic orientations, coaching principles, EMDR and hypnotherapy with her client's spiritual foundation. Sign up for her ezine, HSP Highlights & Insights by visiting her web site atwww.lifeworkshelp.com or call (970) 484-0840, or email Jacquelyn@hspgatheringretreats.com
The Dark Underbelly of Leadership Series continues with Linda Lombardo and Joss Rowlands.
As you consider the state of your business, or even if you're considering starting a business, which style of leadership is best for you? Are you a traditional hierarchial structure with top down leadership? Are you co-creating with another person or a team? Do you see all the voices as separate and contributing, or is there an opportunity to create a structure in which there is no "management", only leaders all accountable to the goals of the organization?
In this new episode, Linda and Joss have reached out to colleagues in the business of leadership structure and asked them to comment on a set of questions that explore each model with its gifts and costs.
Joss and Linda comment and expand thinking around these three models of leadership, hoping to add insight to your work in the world and the structure you choose for your business.
Leonid Frolov is a coach and leader who eschews the routine road map of life. Rather, he has felt most alive when lost, or the vision ahead is unclear. He's been stranded in the mountains of Central Asia for days, and begun a new life a world away - alone. Leonid has found inner strength and fulfillment in both these experiences.
Leonid shares how he's overcome life's challenging moments, and helps others do the same. Ready to leave the familiar behind and be open to what may come? Listen in and discover how our resilience grows when we go towards what's calling to us.
Tonight Wednesday November 25, 2015 6:30pm EST on WHERE ARE THEY? with Linda Crystal, Part II of Hitler Investigation. Was Hitler Killed in bunker or was it a cover up and escape? We will continue with this second part of the story we did not have last week.
Star Signs For The 12 Signs. Full Moon in Gemini tomorrow.
Updates on cases
Terry Lynn Newcomb, Co'Host
Special Happy Thanksgiving Wishes Going out to all my Followers, Subscribers, Friends & Colleagues. I hope you have a great dinner and time spent with your Family.
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Robin Rice is an internationally published author, spiritual teacher, social change artist and mentor.
THERE COMES A TIME on each unique journey when the sojourner must stop to reassess. The common path has run out. The way ahead is not clear. The inner mountain reveals itself. The terrain changes, both formidable and exciting. THE QUESTION ARISES, AS IT MUST: What's Next?
Be Who You Are Productions, Inc., offers social change projects. This year's project is "Life Is Sweeter Without Sugar" using what we have learned about neuroscience and change to help reduce or eliminate sugar through an online "camp" experience.
She founded the 70,000+ member Awesome Women Hub. She and 150 women created a music video tour “What The World Needs NEXT.”
YourHolidayMom.com gives LGBTQ youth a loving mother's support between Thanksgiving and New Year's Day. 35,000 interactions in the first 40 days, the project is in the third season.
Robin created the worldwide #StopTheBeautyMadness campaign at StopTheBeautyMadness.com, offering a stark look at the madness through intense graphic ads and an audio series.
Linda Lombardo hosts.
Join us on our live show tonight for our open forum night, Tonight we will be going with the Thanskgiving theme and family. We will be making connections to your loved ones as well as guides and angels. Call us with all your questions about connecting to family and friends and any open topic as well as the paranormal. Linda can answer all your questions on the topic about anything paranormal and Jody ( myself) will be open to any messages of love that come through for the holidays. As always our chat will be open as well. Dont be shy and give us a call or come join chat live tonight at 8 est.
Please join Writestream co-founder and Tuesday host Daria Anne on November 24 at 1 p.m. Eastern when she welcomes Linda Sienkiewicz to discuss her novel, 'In The Context of Love:'
Linda K. Sienkiewicz (sin-KAY-vich), author of In the Context of Love, attributes her creative drive to her artistic mother, who taught her to sew, and her father, who let her monkey around with the gadgets in his workshop. She was a scholarship art student, and worked in graphics before raising a family. Years later, she returned to her other passion, writing. Her poetry, short stories and art have been published in more than fifty literary journals. She has a poetry chapbook award from Bottom Dog Press and an MFA from The University of Southern Maine. She lives in southeast Michigan.
During the live show, call in with your questions at (347) 945-7246.
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Show Content: Have you ever gone through, or watched someone go through one challenge after another, yet still be caring and supportive of others while coping with their own personal challenges? What gives someone the physical & emotional strength to keep going when the solutions to their problems take a long time? Guest Lawrence Hester answers these & other questions while sharing compelling stories from his life’s journey. Join us for an hour of uplift & encouragement! Host’s Bio: Linda Stephens-Jones, CCLC, ACC, provides Christian life coaching to individuals & small groups live or via teleconference & Skype across the U.S. & globally. She specializes in helping women to overcome & effectively manage major life challenges. Her clients discover their strengths & spiritual gifts, gain clarity & start focusing on what matters most to them. Guest Bio: Mr. Lawrence ‘Larry’ Hester, a native North Carolinian & his wife Carrie, reside in Springfield, VA. From 1989 to the present, he has faithfully served as Chairman of the Deacon/Deaconess Ministry at Antioch Baptist Church, Fairfax Station, VA. He is an Army veteran with over 21 years of honorable service in the Air Defense Artillery Branch, which included a tour in Vietnam (71-72.) He taught mathematics in Fairfax County Public Schools and was also a well-known entrepreneur, selling sports memorabilia through his ShortStop Baseball Card Shop at the Springfield & Potomac Mills Malls from 1991–2008. Larry’s walks through life challenges have been witnessed by many & left many inspired!!