• 01:59

    MemTrax A Memory Measurement System & Greg O'Brien Talks of Living With Dementia

    in Caregiving

    Alzheimer's Speaks gives voice to all dealing with dementia.


    Today, our first guests will be Dr. Ashford of MemTrax.  and who has developed a computerized memory measurement system to screen for memory problems, dementia, and Alzheimer’s disease: www.memtrax.com.  Learn about protecting your brain as you age. The memory test, which is interesting, engaging, and challenging, has the potential to efficiently screen for the earliest signs of Alzheimer’s disease and serve as an inexpensive and practical approach to testing approaches to Alzheimer treatment and prevention.  Email Curtis  Watch a Video on MemTrax


    Our second guests are Greg O'Brien, veteran journalist who has dementia and Dr. Molly Perdue. Greg has been featured in several news features and has written the book On Pluto: Inside the Mind of Alzheimer’s.   This book is about living with Alzheimer’s, not dying with it. It is a book about hope, faith, and humor—a prescription far more powerful than the conventional medication available today to fight this disease.


    Contact Molly Perdue PhD at the Alzheimer's Family Support Center or email her.


    For more information and resources on Dementia and Caregiving Check out Alzheimer's Speaks website.

  • 00:31

    Part 2: CUTV News Radio spotlights Catherine Oleksiw of Measured Transitions

    in Business

    Plano, TX – Different emotions accompany change and all transition is fraught with emotional challenges. But if you can clear your emotional clutter, success is just around the corner.


    “Life is about practicing. You can hold your head high and walk proud because you’re doing it,” says Dr. Catherine Oleksiw. “If you’re not important to yourself you won’t be able to extend yourself in a healthy way. You need to be grounded in motion, thoughtful action with feeling.”


    Dr. Oleksiw is the founder and president of Measured Transitions, a coaching practice that supports organizations and individuals in building their capacity to change. Dr. Oleksiw coaches nonprofits and small businesses in strategic planning, program development and performance measurement. She coaches individuals, often within the work setting, in career development, especially in relation to transition or promotion within a company or organization.


    “Quite often people feel as though they’ve hit a wall; that they’re stuck,” explains Dr. Oleksiw. “So it’s all about setting goals, determining what you want, your vision, and what resources you have available to you. Your life decisions should always be congruent with who you really are. The challenge sometimes is figuring out who you really are – or what you hope to be.”

  • 00:30

    Making a measurement- episode 4

    in Spirituality

    One of the most ubiquitous ways in which we think and engage in the world is by comparison. We compare our lives and ideas to others, our past to our present and so on. This way of thinking and speaking is a common tool of the ego to inflate ones persona by reinforcing an artificial hierarchy. Leeza suggest that we practice discernment and self-reflection rather than opinion making and value judgements.
     
    We'd love to hear your thoughts on this topic and possibly how your life has changed by pondering such ideas.
     
    This show is about the sincere investigation of how language shapes the mind, thinking greater than our perceived environment and growing in our capacity to live fully in the present moment.
     
    Leeza offers her insights on compassion, equanimity, and the peace that transcends all understanding. Your active participation is essential- as you're part of the equation. For more info about Leeza please visit authenticexpressions.org and post your inquiries on our Facebook Group for Universality of Transformation.
       

  • CUTV News spotlights Catherine Oleksiw of Measured Transitions

    in Business

    Plano, TX – Different emotions accompany change and all transition is fraught with emotional challenges. But if you can clear your emotional clutter, success is just around the corner.


    “Life is about practicing. You can hold your head high and walk proud because you’re doing it,” says Dr. Catherine Oleksiw. “If you’re not important to yourself you won’t be able to extend yourself in a healthy way. You need to be grounded in motion, thoughtful action with feeling.”


    Dr. Oleksiw is the founder and president of Measured Transitions, a coaching practice that supports organizations and individuals in building their capacity to change. Dr. Oleksiw coaches nonprofits and small businesses in strategic planning, program development and performance measurement. She coaches individuals, often within the work setting, in career development, especially in relation to transition or promotion within a company or organization.


    “Quite often people feel as though they’ve hit a wall; that they’re stuck,” explains Dr. Oleksiw. “So it’s all about setting goals, determining what you want, your vision, and what resources you have available to you. Your life decisions should always be congruent with who you really are. The challenge sometimes is figuring out who you really are – or what you hope to be.”


     

  • 00:30

    Making a measurement- episode 2

    in Spirituality

    One of the most ubiquitous ways in which we think and engage in the world is by comparison. We compare our lives and ideas to others, our past to our present and so on. This way of thinking and speaking is a common tool of the ego to inflate ones persona by reinforcing an artificial hierarchy. Leeza suggest that we practice discernment and self-reflection rather than opinion making and value judgements.
     
    We'd love to hear your thoughts on this topic and possibly how your life has changed by pondering such ideas.
     
    This show is about the sincere investigation of how language shapes the mind, thinking greater than our perceived environment and growing in our capacity to live fully in the present moment.
     
    Leeza offers her insights on compassion, equanimity, and the peace that transcends all understanding. Your active participation is essential- as you're part of the equation. For more info about Leeza please visit authenticexpressions.org and post your inquiries on our Facebook Group for Universality of Transformation.
     

  • 00:30

    Making a measurement- episode 1

    in Spirituality

    One of the most ubiquitous ways in which we think and engage in the world is by comparison. We compare our lives and ideas to others, our past to our present and so on. This way of thinking and speaking is a common tool of the ego to inflate ones persona by reinforcing an artificial hierarchy. Leeza suggest that we practice discernment and self-reflection rather than opinion making and value judgements.
     
    We'd love to hear your thoughts on this topic and possibly how your life has changed by pondering such ideas.
     
    This show is about the sincere investigation of how language shapes the mind, thinking greater than our perceived environment and growing in our capacity to live fully in the present moment.
     
    Leeza offers her insights on compassion, equanimity, and the peace that transcends all understanding. Your active participation is essential- as you're part of the equation. For more info about Leeza please visit authenticexpressions.org and post your inquiries on our Facebook Group for Universality of Transformation.
     

  • 00:30

    Making a measurement- episode 3

    in Spirituality

    One of the most ubiquitous ways in which we think and engage in the world is by comparison. We compare our lives and ideas to others, our past to our present and so on. This way of thinking and speaking is a common tool of the ego to inflate ones persona by reinforcing an artificial hierarchy. Leeza suggest that we practice discernment and self-reflection rather than opinion making and value judgements.
     
    We'd love to hear your thoughts on this topic and possibly how your life has changed by pondering such ideas.
     
    This show is about the sincere investigation of how language shapes the mind, thinking greater than our perceived environment and growing in our capacity to live fully in the present moment.
     
    Leeza offers her insights on compassion, equanimity, and the peace that transcends all understanding. Your active participation is essential- as you're part of the equation. For more info about Leeza please visit authenticexpressions.org and post your inquiries on our Facebook Group for Universality of Transformation.
       

  • 00:11

    To sell or not to sell - The Business Forum Show with Kevin Hunter

    in Business

    If you can’t measure it, don’t do it. The Action Selling training system includes training measurement reporting that compares before, during and after scores on all of the Critical Selling Skills = Sample Reports. You’ll know who’s learning it and who’s applying it. If selling isn’t a process, it continues to be a problem. Action Selling is the best documented sales process. This makes it easy to learn and reinforce. Based on sound logic, Action Selling helps salespeople walk the customer through their buying process. 

  • 00:56

    The Parker J Cole Show -- Emotional Rollercoaster

    in Radio

    "I've got to follow my heart."

    "I feel it in my gut."

    Our emotions are an huge part of our lives. We filter information, preconceptions, and make judgements based on how we feel. We listen to our gut when it comes to making a decision to do something.  If we feel right about something, then we ought to do it.


    The sad part is that emotions are not a very good measurement for making decisions.


    God gave us these things called feelings. How we use them is what matters. 

    Today's show is all about the emotional rollercoaster.  How to deal with emotions and then train yourself to take control of your emotions. Learn to be the operator of the emotional rollercoaster instead of rider. Join me as I talked with Lacresha Hayes, author, publisher, financial advisor, and all around cool entrepreneur. You can call in at 646-595-2083, press 1 to be live on air. Or, download the WLUV radio mobile app today. 

    Tune in

  • 00:15

    Community Readiness, Capacity and Measurement

    in Culture

     
    Our guest for this interview is Milan Wall. Milan is Co-Director of the Heartland Center for Leadership Development. Milan is a management and communications expert with more than 40 years experience in dealing with the critical issues facing American society and culture. He’s been a newspaper reporter and editorial columnist, a university lecturer and a speaker at regional and national conferences on such topics as educational leadership, economic development and uses of technology in education. He has a number of publications on leadership and community development, including The Entrepreneurial Community: A Strategic Leadership Approach to Community Survival, Clues to Rural Community Survival and Schools as Entrepreneurs: Helping Small Towns Survive.
    Today, we’ll be visiting with Milan about a webinar series titled: Community Readiness, Capacity and Measurement

  • Sunday on the Front Stoop, What watts?

    in Energy

    What watts?  Organic watts, Natural watts, fossil watts, Industrial watts.  So many ways to define energy and some of it is 'absolutly' essential for us to survive as a human species - and some of it is not.   How do we separate these different watts or energy measurements (a watt by any other name is still an energy measure),  and why would we want to separate them...  ?   How can we make a more Humane economic system if we start to make distinctions between "essential watts' and 'non essential' watts?  Is there a math wiz out there who can express this concept in an axiom?  We are suggesting that this is the stuff of a PHD and possibly a Nobel Peace Prize.  No kidding. 

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