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  • 01:10

    Rana George – The Essential Lenormand!

    in Spirituality

    The Kosmic Koffee with Kooch! show... Host Kooch Daniels chats with Rana George, over a kup of koffee, about the Lenormand deck, and her new book, The Essential Lenormand!


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  • 00:30

    Rana Florida, CEO, The Creative Class Group & Writer

    in Women

    Meet Rana Florida, CEO, The Creative Class Group, Huffington Post's "Your Startup Life" Columnist.


    She is also the other of UPGRADE: Taking Your Life From Ordinatry To Extraordinary.  This book gathers the best practices not just from CEO's and business executives but from entrepreneurs, innovative thinkers, and creative leaders and presents their philosophies in simple and actionable terms that anyone ca put to good effect in their professional or personal lives from day one.


    Rana Florida writes the Huffington Post column "Your Startup Life." CEO of Creative Glass Group, a consulting firm serving such clients as BMW Starwood, IBM, Philips Zappos and Johnson & Johnson. She has appeared on The Today Show and has been featured in The New York Times, and Fast Company. She previously served as Senior Director of Communications and Marketing at HMSHost (Host Marriott ServicesO, a $2 billlion dollar international organization in the travel industry working with hundreds of brands such as Starbucks, Tumi and Kenneth Cole.


    Florida interview3ed successes from vastly different backgrounds and skills, and examined a host of other stand-outs in business and in life; her reseqarch concluded that there are seven key principles to achieving your business and life goals. UPGRADE examines these philosophies for living an Upgraded life starting with that first great step: Envisioning Your Future,



    Check out www.creativeclass.com 

  • 00:32

    Vavavida and How Jewelry Can Change The World

    in Business

    Vavavida is a line of ethically made fashion jewelry items that give back. We only retail ethically made pieces of gorgeous high-quality hand crafted artisan jewelry from all over the world. But we don’t stop there because 10% of our revenues goes to non-profit organizations such as Project Concern International where our investments go to help empower women around the globe. When you empower a woman, you empower a community.


    Vavavida was founded after a long conversation between Antoine and Dan --two of the co-founders-- seeing eye-to-eye about things that could be done in the world to enrich people’s lives. Vavavida was created to help prevent events like the tragic collapse of the Rana Plaza sweatshop from happening again. If Vavavida can be part of the conversation in proving that healthy profits don’t have to come at the expense of the mistreating of other human beings, we will have won our “Fair Fashion Coup.”


    Antoine Didienne is the president of Vavavia.com, an ethical and unique fashion and accessories retailer that focuses on empowering women, fighting poverty and creating change in the fashion industry.

  • 00:59

    The Soul Matrix: Live With Freedom and Purpose!

    in Self Help

    What would it take for you to truly live with passion, empowerment and freedom?  Have you been living the life others what you to live? Or are you living the life you think you should be living but still feel unhappy or unfilled?  


    Join us as we chat with Priya Rana Kapoor, author of Give Yourself Permission to Live Your Life.  In her new book, Priya talks about what holds us back from our freedom and purpose, and how to shift from dreaming to doing.  We’ll discuss what a Permission Journey Map is and why it’s important to know you matter and how to dream big!


    Priya Rana Kapoor* is Human Behaviour Specialist, a life and leadership coach in London, a trained psychotherapist and founder of PRK Coaching, an international company that offers support to both men and women as they navigate and plan their lives. Priya’s areas of expertise and experience include work/life balance; career and professional development; leadership; confidence and self-esteem; and mind/body wellness.


    The Soul Matrix is hosted by Pauline Capalbo and Wendy Shulman on the Voice of Leadership Radio Network.

  • 00:57

    CoffeeHouse on Magick Blvd. guest Rana George

    in Spirituality

    Today on "CoffeeHouse on Magick Blvd." Rana George, Author of "The Essential Lenormand: Your Guide to Precise & Practical Fortunetelling" is my guest. She will be sharing with us about Lenormand, and also about her wonderful new book that is taking the Cartomancy Community by storm. It is a wonderful hour and Rana George is a wonderful genuine lovely person.

  • 00:29

    Sandy Sieber,"Phacops Rana and Other Pennsylvania Symbols"

    in Books

    Sandy Sieber first became intrigued with her state when teaching own children about its history. Since then she has passionately searched out fascinating stories via the Internet, museums, used bookstores, and historical sites.


    Her favorite Pennsylvania place is the Jimmy Stewart Museum. When walking to the museum, she will never forget the experience of hearing Jimmy's voice tell her when to cross the street. Of all the Pennsylvania birds, the quail tops her list. She and her children have raised and released quail into the wild. The Lady Slipper is her most loved Pennsylvania wild flower. She and her husband own a field of Lady Slippers! While writing Phacops Rana, she was thrilled to find the Pennsylvania State Electric Train at the Amtrak train station in Harrisburg, a 45-minute drive from her home.

  • 00:19

    Sandy Sieber,"Phacops Rana and Other Pennsylvania Symbols"

    in Books

    Sandy Sieber first became intrigued with her state when teaching own children about its history. Since then she has passionately searched out fascinating stories via the Internet, museums, used bookstores, and historical sites.


    Her favorite Pennsylvania place is the Jimmy Stewart Museum. When walking to the museum, she will never forget the experience of hearing Jimmy's voice tell her when to cross the street. Of all the Pennsylvania birds, the quail tops her list. She and her children have raised and released quail into the wild. The Lady Slipper is her most loved Pennsylvania wild flower. She and her husband own a field of Lady Slippers! While writing Phacops Rana, she was thrilled to find the Pennsylvania State Electric Train at the Amtrak train station in Harrisburg, a 45-minute drive from her home.

  • 00:33

    Rana Dasgupta on Melinda Talks, on YMPM

    in Youth

    Rana Dasgupta was born in the UK in 1971 and grew up in Cambridge. As an adult he lived in France, Malaysia and the US before moving to Delhi in 2000.


    His first book, "Tokyo Cancelled", was published in 2005. Narrated by travelers stuck for a night in an airport, "Tokyo Cancelled" is a cycle of folktales about our contemporary world of globalization, corporations, film stars and illegal immigrants. It was short-listed for the John Llewellyn Rhys Prize and the Vodafone Crossword Award.


    "Solo" came out in the UK in 2009 and was awarded the Commonwealth Writers' Prize. Set in Bulgaria, "Solo" follows the life and daydreams of a melancholy centenarian, so embarking on an epic exploration of science, memory, music and failure. "Solo" has been translated into twelve languages and will be available in the US in February 2011.


    We get to discuss his now book Capital!


    REVIEWS OF "TOKYO CANCELLED"


    "Only the most gifted writers can hold the surreal and the real in satisfying equilibrium. This elite now welcomes Rana Dasgupta to its ranks" - Time Out


    "Brilliantly conceived and jauntily delivered" - San Francisco Chronicle


    "These stories ... ah, they outdo the Arabian Nights for inventiveness. One closes the book with head spinning" - The Guardian


    REVIEWS OF "SOLO"


    "Solo is ... utterly unforgettable in its humanity" - The Guardian


    "A necessary as well as a timely novel" - Sunday Business Post


    "Weird, wonderful and warmly wise" - Daily Mail


    "This is an important work" - The Australian


    [http://www.ranadasgupta.com]


     

  • 00:54

    Parkinson’s disease: A Global Perspective with Dr. Abdul Qayyum Rana

    in Health

    “Those who fight Parkinson's with knowledge always find solutions- Dr.Rana," Founder, World Parkinson’s Program


    The number of persons diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease (PD) is expected to double worldwide by 2030, many persons living with Parkinson’s disease around the world cannot afford:



    Consultation with a neurologist or,
    Medications for their treatment,
    An electric tooth brush and other basic healthcare supplies,
    A walker, wheelchair or cane, to reduce fall risk, and
    Lack access to educational literature about Parkinson’s and hence are without necessary information about their disease.


    The World Parkinson’s Program  has a mission to respond to some of these basic needs, and its founder, Dr. Abdul Qayyum Rana is passionate about providing education and services globally.  Dr. Rana is a Canadian neurologist specializing in the field of Parkinson's disease and Movement disorders. He is currently the Director of Parkinson's Clinic of Eastern Toronto and Movement Disorders Centre in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. He is the founding editor-in-chief of the Journal of Parkinsonism and Restless Legs Syndrome, and he has published extensively in the field of Neurology. He is founder of World Parkinson's Program, a foundation dedicated to improving the quality of life of persons with Parkinson’s and their carepartners by providing education and other supportive services, at a global level. http://www.pdprogram.org/


    Wherever you are in the world, I hope you will join us for an enlightening discussion.


    Listen, learn, and join the discussion. Call toll free: (888) 787-5265 or SKYPE

  • 01:58

    Convergence with John Carosella

    in Spirituality

    John is on summer break. Today's show is a rebroadcast of the August 2012 Convergence.


    John speaks with three extraordinary women in two fascinating conversations.  First, John talks with Annette Wagner about "Play and the Creative Process", and then with by Wendy Marie and Rana Satori in a conversation about "Dance and Sacred Play".


    Annette, a visionary artist, creativity teacher and coach, facilitates the creative process in others through her intentional creativity classes. Annette has been coaching and mentoring clients for over 12 years in going around, over, and under challenging issues, transforming them in the process.


    Wendy is the producer of A Shamanic Disco & director of Ecstatic Dance Silicon Valley. She creates sacred space and draws you into a powerful healing environment of "movement medicine".


    Rana is a performance artist and dancer with a gift for "contact improv", where being in your body leads you into being in the moment. This technique has given her a profound understanding of the body - the perfect tool for experiencing "the Now".


    John also hosts this week's roundtable on "Play - A Primer for Us Serious Folks…" with co-hosts Deb Carosella, HiC, and Mildred Lynn McDonald.


    He'll also reflect on the long shadows of August, the Magician, and more.


    Join us for Convergence on Firefly Willows L*I*V*E!


    Firefly Willows L*I*V*E!
    Give us a listen...We'll help you you find - and shine - your inner light!

  • 00:42

    Living a Richer Life- Father Matters Interview-How To Heal Broken Relationships

    in Dads and Family

    March 20, 2014 - LIVING A RICHER LIFE: with Vance Simms, Founder/Executive Director of Father Matters, Inc. and his wife Rana. Authors of “Brokenness Produces Pearls”


    THIS WEEK'S MESSAGE: If you’ve ever heard the words, “Just wait until your father gets home,” you probably grew up in a family where you recall those moments when your dad walked through the door, home from work. Fathers are frequently viewed as the go-to parent for discipline and sound advice while mothers are the go-to parent for nurturing, sympathy and comfort. However, fathers matter more than just being the person in the family who may rule with an iron fist. In many of today’s families, Dads are not in the home at all and, too often, due to broken relationships. How can we begin the healing process when it is possible and enrich all the lives involved?


    Vance, the Founder/Executive Director of Father Matters, “Fathers Mentoring Fathers”, commits himself to building stronger, healthier communities by supporting, encouraging, and enlightening today’s fathers and families. Rana serves her local community in many fashions, through her work, supporting young children and their families, and through volunteerism in church and school. Vance and Rana reside in Phoenix, AZ with their five young children.

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