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In this episode we will interview Morgan Hetzel. Morgan is a young Service Dog Trainer who has trained her own service dog and now trains dogs for others. This young lady works with her clients to assess and train potential service dogs and trains the dogs with the owners.
Please join us as we explore the world of service dog training through the eyes of this young trainer.
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Sister Jenna welcomes Maryum Ali to the America Meditating Radio Show. Maryum, affectionately known as "May May,' is the eldest of Muhammed Ali's nine children.
PROGRAM TIME: 8AM-10AM EDT
"Neither snow nor rain nor heat nor gloom of night stays these couriers from the swift completion of their appointed rounds." All of us have heard these words sinvce we were little kids. Well, one word has had a tremendous affect in undermining the USPS...Technology. Once again, another word is being thrown at the USPS...Privatization. We will be taking a look at this issue that will touch all of us.
The destruction and the attempt to change history continues. How would like to have 16 weeks (4 months) paid leave? These issues and more will be discussed today "In the Pickle Barrel".
Claudia and Jill welcome Teen Chat author Irene Rubaum-Keller. Irene shares stories of her hilarious memoir about
making it through the teen years with her bright and feisty son Jack. While juxtaposing stories of her own years as
a teen in the l970's, Rubaum-Keller takes us on her journey from parenting Jack as a sweet child to riding the
waves of the snarling mass of hormones he became. With wit, grace and a lot of humor, Teen Chat
will make you laugh, cry and hopefully think about the deeper questions we all
live with. Join in the conversation!.
Host Cyrus Webb welcomes Dr. Michaela Haas to #ConversationsLIVE to discuss what led her to write the book #BouncingForward and what she hopes readers of the book are able to take away from it when it comes to making changes in their own lives.
On Win's Women of Wisdom today, Best-Selling Author, Win Kelly Charles welcomes Emily Mah. She write as both Emily Mah (for science fiction and fantasy) and E.M. Tippetts (for chick lit). Her short stories have appeared in Analog Science Fiction and Fact, The Black Gate, and anthologies like The Dragon and the Stars, Shanghai Steam, and The Change: Tales of Downfall and Rebirth. My E.M. Tippetts novels have been on the Amazon Top 100 numerous times, and her novel, Someone Else's Fairytale was semi-finalist for the Best Indie Book of the Year - Kindle Book Review, and a runner up in Romance for the Best of the Independent Book Awards - eFestival of Words. Emily is a graduate of the Clarion West Writer's Workshop for Science Fiction and Fantasy and Viable Paradise Writers Workshop, and she often teach the unit on self-publishing at the Taos Toolbox Writers Workshop. When she is not writing or chasing small children, she manage E.M. Tippetts Book Designs, her company which offers formatting, cover design, and editing services to authors and publishers. To learn more about Emily visit http://www.emilymah.com. To learn more about your host visit https://wincharles.wix.com/win-charles and be sure to FOLLOW this program http://www.blogtalkradio.com/winswomenofwisdom
Remember when the public school system used to be a place where we honored the flag, said the pledge, had prayer, were allowed to be little boys and litte girls; if a little boy did something to a littel girl she didn't like or thought was gross the little boy didn't have to worry about being arrested or expelled but he did have to worry about her brother giving him a good old-fishioned butt kicken after school. Remember when guns where kept in the basement of the school in the JROTC room and that's also where you learned to shoot? It is not yo mamma's public school system anymore!
While most 17-year olds are focused on fashion, video games, and dating there are some who are truly inspirational. Their focus is advocacy, education, equality and motivation. We are truly honored to have one of these teens on our show this week.
Cassandra Perkins is an author, Ziglar Certified Trainer, TEDx Speaker, Spokes Model for "Be Your Own You" Magazine, Radio Host for "Behind the Mask with Cassandra Perkins", advocate, educator and traveler. She will be sharing her experiences and the importance of introducing travel to your teens.
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BUSINESS TALK - Theresa Blake with the Elizabeth Marie Colon Foundation Overcoming Spousal Abuse
Live on CHANNEL 17 Rio Cable Channel 17
Wednesday 1:00 October 7, 2015 BUSINESS TALK with Jason Winters and Patrick Dengel will feature Theresa Blake – Elizabeth Marie Colon Foundation who discusses how difficult it can be when living in a physically and psychologically spousal abused relationship. The Foundation’s Mission is to assist women living in a drug/alcohol abused environments be able to change to a better redirected self-sufficient and self-reliant lifestyle. Oftentimes, abused women in those situations feel there is no way out of their bad lifestyle; however, Theresa will relate her prior struggles of being abused and how she overcame it as well as building ways for other women to overcome their abuse.
Elizabeth Marie Colon Foundation
Joining Dr. Michelle Robin on Small Changes Big Shifts is Michelle Segar, motivation scientist and author of critically acclaimed "No Sweat! How the Simple Science of Motivation Can Bring You a Lifetime of Fitness",(#1 best seller on Amazon). Segar is a leading authority on what motivates people to choose and maintain healthy behaviors.
Also joining Dr. Robin on the show is Terry Levine. Levine has owned clair de lune, a lingerie boutique specializing in bras and bra fittings since opening in October 2004. She opened clair de lune to fill what she recognized as a void in quality intimates in the Kansas City area, as well as a range of sizes meeting the needs of women locally. clair de lune was an instant success, having grown steadily over the 11 years in business and now includes a St. Louis location.
A number of years ago, Terry decided to do something to make the “first bra” experience a little less of a strain for the breast cancer survivor, and undertook the mission to create a non-profit organization that reached out to the breast cancer survivors on a personal, grassroots level by providing them with a free bra. Thus, the First Bra Foundation was born.
To learn more about this and other shows or to learn more about the host, visit her online at http://www.drmichellerobin.com/
Yes I Care Ministries International with Evangelist Brucilla A. Williams