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Join Mike Domitrz LIVE from his 2-Day Training event with attendees from around the country who are passionate about teaching and spreading the message of respect in middle schools and high schools throughout North America.
This episode will air LIVE from the actual event with an in-person audience of attendees. Mike will share insights and takeaways about presenting to students and take questions from callers and the in-person audience. Join us for this unique and fun episode.
Each week, Mike will interview some of the world's most inspirational individuals, thought leaders, survivors, celebrities, educators, and experts.
Listen in and CALL IN to be inspired AND gain essential life skills for living with RESPECT in all aspects of your life.
Listen in as Mike Domitrz discusses how imagery and messaging on posters and in p0rn0graphy IMPACT our iives.
Hear a few real examples of how negative and/or potentially dangerous messaging is impacting people of all ages - from youth through to adults.
To watch the special "IMPACT" interivew with Deri Latimer, go to: http://youtu.be/1dD56dZe3YU
Cindy Marinangel is an artist and animal activist who will be talking with Mike about respect and women's roles in Hollywood. She has been doing lead acting roles since kindergarten where she got her first laugh onstage. She has been hooked ever since!
Fast forward through college to Chicago where she booked her first audition for the then-hit show "Tony $ Tina's Wedding". She left playing the role of Tina. She graduated from Chicago's Second conservatory program where she had the opportunity to study under Stephen Colbert and Nia Vardellos. Cindy performed in fabulous shows in small theaters all over Chicago while also utilizing her psychology degree to work with adults and children in psychiatric settings.
Eventualy she moved to Los Angeles where she was accepted as a Lifetime Member of the esteemed Actors Studio. While continuing her artistic journey, Cindy mentored an amazing girl in the Big Brothers Big Sisters program for eight years. She was thrilled to perform in six theatrical world premiers while appearing in films that have run the festival circuits. She recently shot the comedy and TV pilot "Taylor'd Problems" directed by the late Jay Leggett with Tommy 'Tiny' Lister. She has seen success in the voice over world in the number one video game "Brutal Legends" with Jack Black and Ozzy Osbourne.
Cindy has always enjoyed dancing and loves to salsa as well as burlesque with her troupe "Shhh! Burlesque". She is currently starring on stage in Tom Stoppard's "The Real Thing" at the Two Roads Theatre in Studio City, CA, and is crowd-funding for her short film "Eternal Waltz" which she is writing, executive producing and starring in with a fantastic team.
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Tonight is a very special broadcast of Suviviors World on Butterfly Dreams Talk Radio. Welcome please with me Founder/Speaker/Trainer; Mike Domitrz of Date Safe Project!!!
We are Survivors, and many have had NO examples of what a healthy relationbship is, as well the in's and out's of it all in respect and equal consideration.
Mr. Mike Domitrz is an expert & founder of Date Safe Project; who now travels around to various school districts across the country teaching our kids what we are not able to show them in our day to day lives.
This is a great show to settle the little ones in for the evening. Ask your TEEN what their up to this evening, then grab hold to your phone or other device to join us live talking to Mike Domitrz and his expertise at talking directly to our kids, and helping to educate us on how to help them become the healthy thriving adu;lts we want them to be.
Remember Survivors World always welcomes MEN, WOMEN& TEENS who have ever been harmed by abuse in some form. We want to empower your journey to LIVE STRONG & FLY FREE!!
This show is a community outreach broadcast production of Butterfly Dreams Abuse Recovery and in no way represents any form of professional therapeutic or psychological support. We do recommend that all who listen prepare for an intense discussion about very personal journies from various guests, bloggers, survivors just sharing their voice, their story, their journey. Butterfly Dreams Abuse Recovery is a nonprofit foundation created by Founders - Trish McKnight & Michal Madison. Please help us by iniviting just one friend and together we can all play some part in connecting hearts & hands around the world.
Mike Dilbeck is a professional speaker and expert on bystander behavior and heroism. His mission is to empower people to intervene in problem situations and be an Every|Day Hero! Mike is the Founder & President of RESPONSE ABILITY Project and the Every|Day Hero Campaign. He dedicates himself fully to these life-changing initiatives. He travels the country empowering others to be an every|day hero in their life. Mike was named “Rookie of the Year” for CAMPUSPEAK in 2010, and recently became a member of the National Speakers Association. In 1990, after serving as Assistant Executive Director for Sigma Nu International Fraternity and producing over 20 video programs and two international conventions, Mike established a reputation for creating and producing effective and powerful video presentations and special events. BECK & CO., LLC was founded to provide high-end video/film and special event production services for clients. Since 1990, Mike has produced over 60 video presentations for clients and won numerous awards. The RESPONSE ABILITY Project is the latest, and most successful, project Mike has created and produced. In 1998, Mike expanded his expertise and entered the world of non-profit fundraising where he was instrumental in raising millions of dollars for people living with HIV/AIDS. He most recently served as National Director for T2 (TEAM TO END AIDS) and resigned in August, 2011 to devote himself full-time to the RA Project. Learn more about Mike and RA Project at: http://raproject.org/ or http://www.mikedilbeck.com
Darlene is a certified professional life coach, mental health advocate and inspirational speaker. She’s now happily married to the man she used to be unhappily married to and together they share life with their three children.
After struggling with dissociative identity disorder, multiple personality, chronic depression, and the effects of child sexual abuse, she finally got the help she needed and began to emerge from broken. “Life is dramatically different today than it used to be. Living, REALLY LIVING, isn’t just getting from one day to the next coping with issues. Living is fully embracing life and participating in it.”
Her journey has been both difficult and exciting, instilling an extreme passion in her for helping others live in freedom, without the shackles of fear and shame. “Wherever we find ourselves in the recovery process, we have the hope of wholeness and a purpose-filled life. Mine is a story of hope.” Having come from the depths of despair to being thrilled at the prospect of a new day, she has dedicated herself to sharing with others the process of healing, learning to face fear and walking forward in truth and joy. To thrive and flourish in day to day life.
You can learn more about Darlene and the work she does at: http://emergingfrombroken.com/
Today Mike welcomes our very special guest, LeAnn Thieman from http://www.LeAnnThieman.com.
LeAnn Thieman is an author, nurse who was accidentally caught up in Vietnam Orphan Airlift and renowned motivational speaker, sharing life-changing lessons that she learned during her airlift experiences.
After her Operation Babylift story was featured in Chicken Soup For the Mother's Soul, she became one of their most prolific writers. She wrote Chicken Soup For the Nurse's Soul and co-wrote 11 more Chicken Soup books.
LeAnn has been featured in Newsweek Magazine's Voices of the Century, on FOX-TV, BBC, NPR, PBS, It's A Miracle television show and countless other radio and TV programs.
While working as an actor in Hollywood for over a decade, Tina talked with countless celebrities about their behind-the-scenes lifestyles and realized "these secrets" must be revealed to teens. For the past 10 years, Tina has been sharing her pop culture message - Hollywood Exposed - to students and adults at school assemblies, colleges, conferences, music festivals, and many other events throughout the United States, Africa, South America, and Canada.
Tina has worked on TV shows such as "Jimmy Kimmel Live", "Young and the Restless", "Lizzie McGuire", "Drake and Josh", and "Malcolm in the Middle", along with countless movies. She has also opened for bands such as Third Day, Jeremy Camp, Jeff Deyo, Rotterdam November, The Museum, Chris August, and Skillet.
During the show, Tina shares how celebrities shelter their own children from any violent obscene entertainment and how they preview the media entering their homes. She presents a very inspirational, motivational show that will challenge and change the hearts of all who hear. She covers the top TV shows, movies, entertainment sites, magazines and music that's in the public eye today and how this media influences our daily lives.
Tina's mission is to challenge you to live counter-culturally to what the critics claim is "harmless entertainment." Her message is guaranteed to be a major eye-opening, life-changing experience.
You can learn more about Tina's work at: http://www.tinamarielive.com/
Lydia Davey is an entrepreneur, author, and motivational speaker. She served as a U.S. Marine for eight years - deploying to Afghanistan in 2006 in support of Operation Enduring Freedom, and working extensively throughout Africa, Asia, and Europe. In 2013, she founded Moriah Creatives PR; a fee-only public relations firm that provides small businesses with fresh, intelligent ways to connect with their clients.
Lydia is committed to using her talents to accomplish good. Her passion projects include the publication of a book about a homeless veteran and his two pets (The Adventures of Puppi & Burma), sitting on the Board of Directors for Teêbo.org, and her latest project: Finding Hope: An Art Exhibition.
Lydia currently lives in San Francisco. She loves snowshoeing, coffee, cold-weather camping, and promoting ideas that bring life, color, justice and creativity to the world. You can follow her on Twitter, and make a connection at LinkedIn.
You can learn more about Finding Hope: An Art Exhibition and how you can help at: http://crowdhitch.millennialtrain.co/campaign/detail/2415
An author, speaker and trainer, Joyce has used her extensive professional experience serving hundreds of companies and associations. Joyce has a Master’s Degree in Guidance and Counseling from Oakland University, sits on the Board of Directors for the School of Education and Human Services in Rochester, Michigan, and maintains her certification as a Best Practices Company. Joyce is a Certified Speaking Professional, a designation held by less than 200 women worldwide.
With the motto “You Get What YOU Tolerate,” Joyce is a conflict resolution consultant showing teams how to synergize their power and bring productivity to new levels with powerful conflict negotiation skills. She helps clients understand how Communicating with Impact can positively affect every aspect of their business and life, providing lasting, meaningful results. To support her programs, Joyce also provides coaching, strategies and website resources to keep the momentum going.
Whether it’s conflict in the workplace, lifting the spirits of your team, or helping to increase productivity in the organization, Joyce Weiss is the expert. Through engaging keynotes and workshops, Joyce’s fully customized and interactive programs effectively benefit the bottom line by taking care of people first.
You can learn more about Joyce Weiss and her programs here: http://www.joyceweiss.com/
Jessica Pettitt, Founder of “I am Social Justice”
Jessica Pettitt is the “diversity educator” your family warned you about. She is easy to work with, accessible, and brings VERY simple concepts that are really hard to incorporate into our lives. Where Gandhi may want you to Be The Change You Want To See In The World, Jessica asks for you to actually Be the Change You Want To Be, not just see it.
She has been nominated for two years by Campus Activities Magazine for Best Diversity Artist. Her programs take participants on a journey weaving together politics, theory, current events, and story telling with large doses of humor reminiscent of Bob Newhart, George Carlin, and Paula Poundstone. Participants leave her highly interactive program with actual action steps to make REAL change in their lives.
Jessica takes 10+ years of experience to stage as part of her mission to inspire change, dismantle oppression, and recognize our privilege. Jessica has figured out how to BE the change she wants to BE. Now it’s YOUR turn!
You can learn more about Jessica’s programs at: http://iamsocialjustice.com/index.htm