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  • 00:31

    Part 3: 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.”

  • 00:31

    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.”

  • 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.”


     

  • 00:27

    Milling About with Ted Neeley

    in Entertainment

    It's been 42 years since the original cast and crew of the 1973 film Jesus Chris Superstar have all been in the same room together, and tonight (April 27), Director Norman Jewison, Ted Neeley (Jesus,) Yvonne Elliman (Mary Magdalene,) Barry Dennen (Pontius Pilate,) and Josh Mostel (King Herod); to name a few, will reunite for a special screening at the Beekman theater in New York City.


    Getting the band back together so to speak would've happened much sooner for Ted whose boundless enthusiasm for what he calls his life-changing role has never left. He tells host Robin Milling, “I've been trying to get this reunion to happen since the film came out. I've been trying to get all of us together to do another production; if nothing else just to hang out for a few days. It's never happened until now. And the fact that we'll all be in the same place at the same time with Norman is a miracle!”


    Miracles have been known to happen in the life of Jesus Christ, but it almost didn't happen for Ted who reveals he almost missed out on being cast in the iconic role. He also tells Robin how he met his wife of over 40 years, Leeyan Granger on the set and how their two children have been happily following dad's adventures as a superstar.


    Most actors run from one role defining their legacy but Ted has embraced Jesus, still performing the role wherever and whenever he can; most recently touring Italy for a year. He says joyfully, “It completely changed my life, spiritually, personally. So why slap that in the face? And I still love it; every performance is like the first time all over again. That music starts to play and I just lift off the ground, 'ok take me wherever you want me to go!”

  • 01:40

    YGY Radio Show: Rays-Yankees Preview/Subway Series Postgame

    in Baseball

    On this episode of the Yanks Go Yard Radio Show, brought to you by KNODA.com, host and senior staff writer Ricky Keeler has another two part episode for you as the show will begin with the final game of the Subway Series in progress on ESPN. 


    First up, Joe Saunders of Rays Colored Glasses joins Ricky to help preview the Rays-Yankees three-game series that begins on Monday at Yankee Stadium. Ricky and Joe will look back at the Yankees sweep of the Rays in Tropicana Field as well as Tampa's recent hot streak against the Red Sox and Blue Jays. They will breakdown the pitching matchups, which are basically the same as the last series, with the exception of Drew Smyly for the Rays. 


    Then, after the Subway Series is over, tune in as Wayne Cavadi of Yanks Go Yard and Grading On The Curve will join Ricky to recap the night's action as well as the three game series. This includes Mark Teixeira's three home runs in two games, the great pitching performance by Michael Pineda, and much more. Plus, they look back at the month of April and predict when Alex Rodriguez will hit home run number 660. 


    As a reminder, you can interact with us at any time during the 90 minute show by calling us at: (347)-324-5455 or tweet us: @YGYRadioShow

  • 01:34

    411 Ground and Pound Radio Show: UFC 186 Review

    in MMA

    The 411 Ground and Pound radio show is here to break down all the action from UFC 186, including the sublime performance of Flyweight champion Demetrious "Mighty Mouse" Johnson and the return of former champion Quinton "Rampage" Jackson.

  • 01:42

    The Sport City Food Fight

    in Sports

    One week away from the MEGAFIGHT and we have brought back an oldie but goodie here in the Sport City Chefs Kitchen.  Welcome Ignacio "Nacho" Silva as a new face with Chef gear to put together some fight dishes here in the City!!!  TP Tymeless aka Tyrone Powell will be co-hosting to put a knockout performance from the East to West Coast on our opinions about some of today's best boxers that will be showcasing their skill in the next days to come.  We will also touch on boxing events that went down previously to keep the Food Fight right at your fingertips.  Still got that good ol' Food For Thought For Y'all to do the dishes..... Tell a friend to tell a friend that its the Sport City Chefs AGAIN!!!  And if they don't know.... NOW THEY KNOW!!!!

  • 01:19

    Madlyn and Kathryn Dean Interviews with Az 1 Promo Radio

    in Music

    MADLYN BIO: In 2010, I had my first song "Suddenly" placed in the indie film "Elena Undone," a movie I also played a supporting character in. I've also been blessed to have other artistic opportunities including writing songs for other artists such as European pop star Suzanna Lubrano, recording title tracks for films like the indie movie "Wheels," appearing on Jimmy Kimmel Live! singing background vocals for bands like Youngblood Hawke, and recording vocals for bands, most recently for latest Thirty Seconds to Mars album, "LOVE LUST FAITH + DREAMS." I've also been able to co-write with some pretty amazing peeps, including the legendary Billy Steinberg and Ken Hirsch. I love to perform live, and do so as often as possible at various venues throughout the US, both as a solo vocal/piano performer, as well as with my other awesome band members.


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    KATHRYN DEAN BIO: Armed with her unique perspective, musical integrity and soul bearing vocals, Kathryn Dean’s distinct sound has immense depth and intelligence both lyrically and musically. She delivers an honest performance that tells her unique stories in a way that inspires and impacts the human spirit like a true artist does.


    Beyond her production commitments Kathryn has found the time to continue her passion for philanthropy where she has been involved with various charities. She has been participating in and leading events in her home town of San Diego since she was 13. Kathryn has a special place in her heart for children, troubled teens, animals and other groups in need.

  • 01:04

    Episode 277: Manpower, Modernization, and Motivation - an Hour with VADM Moran

    in Military

    For the Sailor, nothing is more immediate, more "now" and of more impact to their personal and professional lives than their next set of orders.


    For our Navy, nothing defines present operational performance, the development of future leaders, and ensuring success at war for the next few decades than personnel policy.


    Our guest for the full hour this Sunday from 5-6pm Eastern will be the Chief of Naval Personnel, Vice Admiral Bill Moran, USN.


    We will discuss the drive to man the Fleet to appropriate levels now, while looking at ways to modernize the personnel system to provide greater choice, flexibility and transparency for our Sailors and the commands they serve.


    We will also look at the ongoing discussion about how to best keep with one hand a firm hand on what has worked, while with a free hand, reach for those things that will ensure that today's officers and enlisted personnel have a Navy that not only is meeting its needs, but takes in to consideration the individual goals and priorities of its personnel.
     

  • 01:00

    Healing With Steve

    in Spirituality

    Talking with Steve allows him to connect to your etheric body.  He can then scan it to find problem areas and help remove them.  


    Some of the things he has successfully helped others with include: stress relief, sciatica, sinus congestion, migraines, tendinitis, burns, lung congestion, bronchitis, headache, gout, kidney stones, joint pain, muscle pain, breast cancer, pain caused by cancer and its treatment, pain and inflammation reduction after surgery, and much more.  Generally, if Steve can feel it in the etheric, he can help.


    Recently, Steve started doing peak performance meditations with others.  As you meditate he brings the appropriate energies to your chakras.  This not only allows you to operate at peak performance but also initiates you with spirit.

  • 00:45

    Wayne M. Wormley. Diversity 3.0 or Are We Diverse Yet?

    in Business

    Beginning in the 1980’s, with the increased awareness of the changing demographics of the U.S. workforce, diversity entered the workplace vocabulary to describe all the things that make us human, both differences and similarities, and may impact performance and productivity.  Now, some thirty years later we as a society continue to struggle with various dimensions of diversity, including race, gender, generational differences in values and work ethic, sexual orientation, religion political affiliation, and basic values.  Corporations now talk about employee engagement and inclusion, instead of managing diversity per se, and still find it difficult to attract and retain the best and brightest talent.  Our discussion will focus on the past, present and future of living and working with one another as human beings, and where we seem to be headed.


    Wayne M. Wormley, President, The Wormley Company


    The Wormley Company, has an extensive network of consultants and trainers, provides clients with cost-effective solutions to interpersonal and organizational performance and productivity issues, by creating a work environment in which everyone can do their best work and achieve their full potential. They also work with entrepreneurs and small businesses to help them become profitable, going concerns, through coaching, advice and guidance.


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