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Todays Musical Showcase shines a spotlight on the music from our previously featured guests. We have been lucky enough to be supplied with plenty of original and unique music and we think its time to share it with you. We can't thank the artists enough but here's to them. The one's that share their music with us all. Enjoy this highlight show of songs from A Kind Voice on Music. Hosted by Tyler Wolf. Featuring music by The Misty Mountain String Band of Louisville, KY, Matt Haeck of Nashville, TN, Sol Driven Train of Charleston, SC and Subterranean House Band of Dayton, OH.
Nevin Martell is a Washington D.C. based food, travel, and lifestyle writer whose work regularly appears in the Washington Post, Plate, Wine Enthusiast, and NPR’s blog, “The Salt.” He is the author of six books, the most recent one called, Freak Show Without a Tent: Swimming with Piranhas, Getting Stoned in Fiji and Other Family Vacations, published by Possibilities Publishing. Freak Show is a collection of memoir-like essays centered around his travel experiences while growing up. Within the pages Nevin writes with a playful voice, he and his immediate family are the characters, and the world is his inspiration. For this show we discuss all of Nevin’s passions, as well as why he likes to write about them. For more on Nevin, you can find him online at nevinmartell.com and on Twitter @nevinmartell.
Hosted by Jason Lawrence
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This week's Musical Spotlight shines a light on Chuckie Love of Subterranean House Band based out of Dayton, Ohio. One of the area's fastest growing bands with the popularity of their Live performances exponentially expanding. Headlining local festival, The Hog Jam, in Franklin, Ohio, Subterranean House Band is ballooning fast yet still has plenty of room to grow. Hosted by Tyler Wolf.
We all have stories to tell about ourselves. When we go through the process of self-acceptance, we learn to love ourselves completely – to love both the good things and the not so good things. Host Kita Szpak will interview Michael Lifshitz who is a great example of a person, who by having accepted his life and its circumstances totally, has learned to love himself. The good news is we can all change our story from one of misfortune and sadness to happiness and self-fulfillment – to be the hero instead of the victim.
Born and raised in Montreal, now calling Ottawa home, Motivational Speaker and Comedian Michael Lifshitz knows all about overcoming challenges. Born with a condition called Multiple Congenital Musculoskeletal Abnormalities, Michael has never let his disability stand in the way of accomplishing his goals. He became a Chartered Public Accountant and obtained his MBA from Edinburgh Business School. Michael has built and sold successful accounting and financial planning practices, as well as spoken at various events across Canada, including a TedX conference. Michael’s first book, Mission Unstoppable, a collaboration with Les Brown, Dr. George Fraser and 35 other inspiring leaders which will be out this fall. It has already reached Best Seller status on Amazon in multiple categories. Michael is also planning to release a book for parents of children with disabilities called Sure I Can – Living and Succeeding with a Disability, a compilation of articles Michael wrote for Exceptional Family Magazine. Through his speaking, comedy and writing, Michael shares his experiences of overcoming the challenges posed by his disability to inspire others to overcome their own challenges, because as Michael says: "We all face challenges in life, mine just get me better parking spots!! "
Host Tom Dowd, "Transformation Tom", will interview Nadine Lajoie a #1 Best-Selling Author, an international speaker, championship motorcycle racer, accomplished business leader, musician and vocalist who earned more than 50 podium placements in male-dominated motorcycle competitions. Theme: One corner at a time.
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Join me today I am speaking with the incomparable Mr. Simon T. Bailey. He is an Emerging Leader Expert. Listen as he shares tips on being a better leader and identifying like minded individuals to embrace as a part of your collaborative network.
Simon T. Bailey is a leadership catalyst, whose expertise equips emerging leaders with tips, tools and techniques on how to release potential in the world’s most important asset – people. He is the former leader of the world-renowned Disney Institute and founder of Brilliance Institute, Inc.
Meetings and Conventions magazine’s cited him as “One of the best keynote speakers ever heard or used,” putting him in the same category as Bill Gates, General Colin Powell and Tony Robbins.
Speaker Magazine cited him as one of the top twenty five “hot speakers” shaping the profession.
To listen in just call (917) 889.7881
Join us tonight as we talk to David Asis, creator of Phil the Fil-Am, an animated children’s show discussing Filipino Culture and traditions while also helping children develop social and analytical skills. For more information on David project please check out his Kickstarter Campaign.
Hosted by William Battle
Tonight’s guest is Solveig Eggerz. Solveig is a native of Iceland, a storyteller and an instructor of writing, especially life stories and memoir. She holds a PhD in Comparative Literature from Catholic University of America and is an instructor at the Writer’s Center in Bethesda, MD. As a volunteer, she has taught storytelling and writing in D.C. shelters for homeless women. She is the author of the award-winning novel, Seal Woman, published by Unbridled Books this year. Her fiction and non-fiction writings have appeared in The Northern Virginia Review, Palo Alto Review, Lincoln Review, Midstream, Issues, The Journal of the Baltimore Writers Alliance, The Christian Century, and in two anthologies: Open Windows: An Anthology and Defying Gravity: Fiction by D.C. Area Women. In tonight’s interview we try and get a few moments to talk with Solveig about her busy writing life, Seal Woman, and anything else on which she might be currently working. You can find and follow Solveig’s work at www.solveigeggerz.com & www.solveigeggerz.net.
Hosted By Jason Lawrence
Tonight's guest, Ben Schiller is a writer for Co.Exist, and also contributes to the FT and Yale e360. During Ben's first appearance on the program we discussed the Circular Economy and Floow2. One question we discussed is how the forces of capitalism which drive organizations to get products/services to the marketplace faster and cheaper can co-exist with the idea of a Circular Economy.
Today’s conversation will focus on organizations and marketplaces designed around shared purposes which help facilitate more equitable exchanges between participants. We will explore how these types of organizations and marketplaces can be one of the bridges that connect Capitalism and a Circular Economy.
Some of Ben’s articles that we'll discuss are:
Be A Food Guinea Pig For Chefs With Dinner Lab
When Technologies Combine, Amazing Innovation Happens
Europe Is Trying To Unite Its Electricity Grid--With An Algorithm
Grow Kale Inside Shipping Containers, With This Hipster Aquaponics Design
On this week's episode, we discuss Ira: A True Story. A brother's acceptance & transformation after his twin sister commits suicide. Finally seeing the woman she wanted him to see. Join us as we speak to Ira’s twin brother, writer/director Jean Paul Epstein about his sister’s story. To help support this worthy project please check out their Kickstarter Campaign.
Hosted by William Battle
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Join me as I talk with some of the Sales Industries brightest minds about building your business and building your Brand as a Sales professional and an Entrepreneur. To listen in just call (917) 889.7881.
Claire Bloom, Founder and Director of End 68 Hours of Hunger joins us to discuss how her wonderful organization is working to end childhood hunger one school at a time. Claire is a returning guest, during her first appearance we drilled down into the details of what her organization does. To hear an archived version of the first show please click here.
On tonight's show we will work outward to discuss her program from a bigger perspective. We will also ask her how she has inspired so many volunteers, businesses and government entities to work together for this great cause. To join the conversation please call (347) 850-8907.
Hosted by David Levins
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