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Today MJ Pedone will interview philanthropist Garrett Getlin Snider, founder of the Garrett Getlin Snider Foundation. As the grandson of Philadelphia Flyers owner Ed Snider, Garrett inherited his grandfather's love for sports and passion for helping others. His foundation supports causes which serve abused and underprivileged children. In addition to Garrett’s charity work, he is also a full-time student, he plans elaborate charity events and even wrote a self-help satire. Be sure to tune in to hear all about the amazing work that Garrett is doing!
Be sure to follow Garrett on Twitter https://twitter.com/gsgetlin and Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/gsgetlin
Please join Health Educator & Life Coach, Erica Haray-Butcher, as she chats with Philanthropist & Advocate, Indrani Goradia. They'll be discussing Indrani's work to end gender violence world-wide through Indrani's Light Foundation.
Over the past ten years, Indrani has partnered with various organizations to bring health, strength, and wellness to women in need through Indrani’s Light Foundation. ILF has recently partnered with PSI.org and The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation to begin a pilot project on reducing Gender Violence in Delhi, India and in Port of Spain Trinidad. She is a determined advocate for girls and women leading empowerment trainings in several countries around the world.
To learn more about Erica, please visit www.CatchGoodHealth.com. To learn more about Indrani and her foundation, please visit www.IndranisLight.org.
Join us Wednesday, August 14, 2013, for Part 1 our interview with Business Man, Author and Philanthropist, William Michael Barbee from our September 19, 2012 broadcast.
Philanthropist, activist, educator and practitioner of yoga for nearly 40 years, Tara Lynda Guber is author of Contact Yoga, the acclaimed guide for utilizing yoga to strengthen relationships, romantic and familial, and which earned several awards including a gold Independent Publisher Book Award and a Nautilus Book Award.
Tara has been a prominent health and wellness advocate for decades, and regularly traveled to teach at education facilities such as Kripalu Center, the Esalen Institute, and Omega, along with yoga conferences across the US, Canada, and Europe. A former elementary school teacher, in 2001 she founded YogaEd, one of the first full-time yoga programs to be integrated in a public school designed to help children explore body, mind, and self and improve their mental focus, academic achievement, and relationships.
With her husband Peter Guber, CEO of Mandalay Entertainment Group, they are owners of the Los Angeles Dodgers (MLB) and Golden State Warriors (NBA), with Tara serving on the board of the Golden State Warriors Foundation, which works to promote sports and health via youth programs. Also a member of the UCLA Health board and the Joyful Heart Foundation board, she is a founding member of the board of directors of The Accelerated School, the charter school in South Central Los Angeles named “Elementary School of the Year” by Time magazine.
As Season 7 of the hit show The Game comes to an end on BET, actor/philanthropist Hosea Chanchez (who plays Malik Wright) stops by Conversations LIVE to talk with host Cyrus Webb about his career, success and how he is using his life as an example of what is possible. The two also discuss his organization WATCH ME WIN and where he personally draws inspiration.
The Global Sisterhood is excited to have spoken with Kerrie Otto de Grancy, a record holding athlete, philanthropist, mother and business woman. We spoke with this inspirational woman about how her diverse background and the many different projects she is involved with, such as Micro Miracles Matter (MMM) and the “Peace Run.” Kerrie talks about her passion and determination in staying connected with her authentic gifts in life. The Global Sisterhood is honored to support Kerrie in her efforts to uplift humanity.
Join us Wednesday, August 21, 2013, for Part 2 our interview with Business Man, Author and Philanthropist, William Michael Barbee from our September 26, 2012 broadcast.
Three sisters, with three money personalities go on three financial adventures. The end result is a Tale of 3 Sissies; and a boat load of insights into how many handle money.
The investor, the philanthropist and the fool are 3 common money management styles. As harsh as it sounds, most of us are being absolutely foolish with our hard earned money. It is time to stop the madness.
We will look at an easy money saving strategy that even a high school kid could adopt successfully, and other money habits that have high impact value on your tomorrow.
Debt Free Wealth Radio is a production of TrudyBeerman.com
Today's guest is Jeff Rasley a successful lawyer for 30 years, he made profitable investments, and so left law for more satisfying nonprofit endeavors at the age of 55. He's the president of one foundation and serve on the board of 5 nonprofit corporations. The post-retirement nonprofit effort which has been most meaningful to me is the Basa Village Foundation. It has finished a school with five grades, built a hydroelectric system, provided computers and educational materials for the school, smokeless stoves for all the homes in the village, toilets for the school, a temporary medical clinic, and we have started working on a clean water system. Basa Village is a beautiful little village in the Himalayan Mountains inhabited by the Rai people with their own unique culture. Prior to 2007 the villagers lived similar to the way people lived during the Middle Ages with no running water, electricity, toilet system or stoves. In Basa there are no vehicles with wheels, not even wheel barrows or bicycles.
Early in life Jeff, was an avid adventure traveler. In his 20s and 30s he had several adventure travel articles published about scuba diving and motorcycle trips. When he turned 40, at the suggestion of his wife to help resolve a "mid-life crisis", he hiked the Mt. Everest Base Camp Trail for the first time. He then took up Himalayan Mountaineering and solo sea-kayaking and wrote several articles about those experiences.
Since leaving the law Jeff devoted much time to passing on to others what wisdom he's gained through combining financial success with adventure travel and philanthropy.
Join us as we talk with Tom Oliver, a business leader, global social entrepreneur, philanthropist, and visionary who has worked with some of the world’s leading figures, including the Dalai Lama and Desmond Tutu, as well as CEOs of several Fortune 500 companies. Founder and chair of the global Leadership Circle at the Manchester Business School in the UK and founder and CEO of the World Peace Foundation, which Desmond Tutu has called “the most influential peace gathering in history,” Tom is a man who has proven in his own life that Nothing Is Impossible.
Nothing Is Impossible is a wonderful catch phrase. We all want to believe it, and in the moment during and after an inspirational presentation or the reading of a good book on the topic, we might believe it to be true.
In Nothing Is Impossible (McGraw-Hill October 2013), Tom Oliver addresses those excuses and distractions. He validates their existence. And then he provides not just reasons for moving past them but also the tools with which to do so, empowering us to believe viscerally that Nothing Is Impossible and to act accordingly. In short, the book is a step-by-step guide to altering stagnant reality and replacing it with kinetic pursuit of real goals and dreams.
Turning personal challenges into assets and successes
- Four tips for success
- Defining safety net, and why we need to dispense with it
- What it takes to achieve outstanding results in whatever you do
- The role of spontaneity in life
Hannah Button is a delightful 12-year-old philanthropist who comes from a family of child philanthropists. Listen to Hannah and her mom, Diane, reveal this unique family dynamic that teaches children to think globally and become natural contributors to the world. This video is part 2 of 3 episodes. Please enjoy watch them all!
Ainsley Britain is a philanthropist, actor, singer, director, and soon to be author.
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I'm Ainsley Britain.
I'm a Louisianian currently living in Nashville, TN pursuing my dream of making a difference, preventing abuse and empowering others to fulfill their destiny and feel confident and worthy. I just began a campaign called UNVEILED where I hope to reveal or "unveil" the lies people tell themselves so they can walk in truth and freedom.
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