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After a brief pause for reflection, the project is back.
Tim spends a few minutes talking about the new developments in the 1, 2, Many: Veteran Suicide project:
Tim's TEDx Talk at American University
Starting a non-profit based on the 1, 2, Many Project
A book that Tim would like to write on suicide prevention
The call for new guests to the show.
Thank you for listening. Momentary Reflections are now coming out on Thursday. Enjoy!
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Elaine Mansfield had a career as a health counselor and writer. Six weeks before his death in 2008, her husband taught with the Dalai Lama in a science and religion colloquium, shifting Elaine’s career into the facilitating bereavement support and focusing on the spiritual side of loss. Writing from a spiritual perspective that reflects over 40 years as a student of philosophy, Buddhism, Jungian psychology, mythology, and meditation, Elaine gave a Tedx talk called “Good Grief! What I learned from loss,” at Corning Museum of Glass in Corning, NY in November 2014. She facilitates bereavement support groups at Hospicare and Palliative Care Services in Ithaca, NY and writes for the Hospicare newsletter and website. She also writes a weekly blog, about the adventures and lessons of life and loss, leads workshops, and lectures on bereavement topics. Her articles have been published in The Healing Muse, Open to Hope, Shambhala Sunspace, KirstyTV, Caring.com, Alzheimers.net, GriefHealing, and elephantjournal.
Join hosts Lynda Cheldelin Fell & Angie Cartwright as they chat with Elaine about her books, her work, and her philosophy on the sacred journey of loss on Grief Diaries Radio on Wednesday, January 7, 2015 starting at 6 pm pacific / 9 pm eastern at www.griefdiaries.com.
Growing up in a rural part of Raleigh, North Carolina, Annah always knew she wanted to be a mom. After college, she moved to rural New York, married at age twenty-five, and soon thereafter conceived. On May 11, 1990, Annah's labor progressed exactly as all the books and doctors had said it would, but unexpected complications arose during delivery leading to the death of her son. Over the next six years, Annah would encounter two miscarriages, two complicated but successful pregnancies, a six-week psychiatric stay for severe depression, and then while pregnant with her youngest, she discovered that her husband and her best friend were having an affair.
Throughout each ordeal she grieved. She screamed those eternal questions, “Why me?” and “How am I going to survive?” Throughout her journey, one thing was apparent to Annah: there were numerous grief resources and outlets, but there were no tangible guides to help her once she decided, and then became determined, to celebrate her baby's life.
Join Lynda & Angie on Wednesday, December 10, as they talk with TEDx Talk speaker Annah Elizabeth about loss and healing, and her philosophy behind The Five Facets. For show information, visit www.griefdiaries.com.
Speak Life Radio ~ Give Voice To Your Life
Welcome to a New Broadcast of Speak Life Radio International yayyyyyy ...... with our super amazing guest speaker Nienke ~ TEDx Speakercoach and Founder/Ceo Presentation - Master all the way from the Netherlands. Please join us as Nienke talks to us about, 'Give Voice To Your Life'
Nienke van Bezooijen Bio
After working in healthcare for over 20 years, Nienke realised her true gifts: Passing on her experience and providing her clients with a voice and power, so that they can make a difference. She made the life-changing decision to achieve a degree in Business Administration and Coaching, now successfully manages her own company: ‘Presentation-Master’. Nienke worked with the ‘Big Names’ Like Blair Singer ( Little Voice Mastery)T.Harv Eker, Kim Kiyosaki, Deborah Torres Patel, all over the world, and finally found the structure and level she searched for with Andy Harrington. She decided straight away that she wanted to be an ACE coach, and so it happened.
Nienke has worked internationally, as a TEDx Speakercoach, since 2012. She can work with you in English and Dutch.
Her experience is in the non-profit and corporate world, as well the entrepreneurial world.
Nienke is a specialist in voice use, presenting with impact, and is creative in her coaching, to condense the real essence of what you offer, your story and your business. Clients say she is ‘excellent in covering blind spots and straight forward in coaching’.
For more information please visit: www.presentation-master.com
9:00PM: You're Hired - Now What? Surviving & Striving in the Workplace - In this episode of Own Your Career, Rod Colon will present guidelines for adjusting to and succeeding in a new job. Develop techniques successful to interpersonal skills, achieving top work efficiency, quickly mastering new responsibilities, and learning how to prepare for a successful job performance evaluation. The importance of taking responsibility for achieving a high quality and quantity of work and for being adaptable to change is also emphasized. Once you master your job and are performing at your peak, you will likely be interested in working toward career development and advancement opportunities.
9:25PM: Guest Denise Wilmer Barreto (Relationship Revolutionist, TEDx Presenter and Author) "You must be willing to engage every member of your team ... You have to be willing to open a dialogue that leads to the transformation of your organization with as many people "bought in" from day one"
9:45PM: Career Management Question & Answer Segment
in Self Help
Air Date: Thursday, June 13, 2013
We're talking to TEDx speaker David Mezzapelle about his latest book Contageous Optimism.
David Mezzapelle believes that we all have the capacity to make optimism contagious just by sharing our life's adventures, our successes, and even our failures. Mezzapelle is the author of Contagious Optimism, an uplifting book series that contains real stories from real people around the globe which demonstrates that every cloud has a silver lining.
John O’Sullivan is the Founder of the Changing the Game Project, and the author of the bestselling book Changing the Game: The Parents Guide to Raising Happy, High-Performing Athletes and Giving Youth Sports back to our Kids. He is a former collegiate and professional soccer player, and coached for 2 decades on the youth, high school and college levels. He is now a full time speaker and writer, having presented and written for organizations such as the NSCAA, IMG Academy, Soccer America, TEDx Bend Oregon, and many more. John teaches parents and coaches all over the world how to create a player-centered youth sports environment that helps us keep our kids in the game and performing their best.
Bill Patton is “The Most Inquisitive Tennis Pro in the World.” and if you think it might be you, Bill says “Why do you say that?” So that he can go ahead by one point. Bill is a 27 year veteran of the Tennis Industry. He is a USPTA Elite / PTR / MTM Tennis Professional. Bill still does some private and high school coaching but now has shifted his focus to Writing, and Tennis Products that make the game better for others. Bill's Amazon Book Page. You can follow Bill on Twitter, Facebook, and WordPress
ANDREW TARVIN teaches people how to be more productive, more effective, and more awesome using humor in the workplace. As an introverted computer geek (if you're familiar with Meyers-Briggs, he's INTJ; if you know Star Wars, he's R2D2), Andrew learned that you can't be efficient with people, you have to be effective. And how can you be more effective? By using humor.
Combining his background in engineering with his experience as an improviser and stand-up comedian, Andrew has helped thousands of people learn how to enjoy their work more while doing their job better. He's worked with more than 100 organizations, including P&G, ESPN, and GE, is a best-selling author, and has been featured in The Wall Street Journal, TEDx, and Fast Company. Learn more at www.humorthatworks.com.
Have you heard of the TED Talks series? The inspirational talks have grown into a popular video series and can be an incredible resource for those looking to expand their horizons on topics they may not already be familiar with or learn a different side to a story they think that they already know. According to their website, “TED began in 1984 as a conference where Technology, Entertainment and Design converged, and today covers almost all topics — from science to business to global issues — in more than 100 languages. ”
In November 2014, a group of women known as The Lady Lifers took to the TEDx stage inside Muncy State Prison to sing about their experiences. These women have all been sentenced to life in prison and in Pennsylvania there is no chance at parole. Of the ten women who make up The Lady Lifers, many have been incarcerated for well over twenty years, and inmate Trina Garnett has been in prison since she was fourteen years old. After their powerful song, the women who have been primarily known by their inmate numbers definitively state their names and declare, “This is not my home.”
The Washington Post recently made the argument
mothers in prison
from childhood through adulthood.
Women in Recovery
Shaun is a non-profit founder and an educator with a passion for science, sports, leadership, diversity, and character education. He is the founder and president of Crossover Basketball and Scholars Academy, an international education program operating in Chennai that uses basketball as a vehicle of change to leverage the athletic values of leadership, character, teamwork, and communication to develop academic parallels and opportunities for marginalized students. The academy also facilitates cultural exchange and leadership development for American student-athletes who serve as volunteer coaches and mentors. Shaun is also an administrator, teacher, and coach working in independent schools for the past twelve years, educating through the prisms of inclusivity and diversity, chemistry, and varsity basketball. He currently teaches and coaches at The Winchendon School in Massachusetts. Most recently, Shaun toured the first scaled tuition-free school Kalinga Institute of Social Sciences in Odisha presented a TEDx talk on Hope, was an invited guest to the Philadelphia 76ers Indian-American Heritage Night, and led his team within one win of a NEPSAC Championship. He has participated at the National Association of Independent School’s annual People of Color Conference and the Association of Independent Schools of New England’s Diversity Conference. Shaun has run a state assembly campaign for Indian-American candidate John Prakash Albert, has been assistant director of Harvard University and College of the Holy Cross’ summer basketball camps, and has coached over a two-dozen players who have played college basketball. He graduated from The George Washington University with a degree in chemistry and Masters from Marymount University in Educational Leadership.
The Finns have a word specific to the tenacity and perseverance people display when they endure in the face of seemingly impossible odds: Sisu. Emilia Lahti, a positive psychology expert and researcher, is the face of sisu to the world outside Finland. Using articles, a TedX talk, social media, and events to promote sisu, she is passionately working to help us all understand what sisu is, why it's important, and how people might develop it.
You are living a legacy of leadership. Right now, you have the opportunity to influence your customers, your co-workers, your community, and your children. It takes a village to raise a child. Devon Bandison believes that…with a twist. He believes every individual leader – that’s you – can influence life in a positive way.
Researchers have proved that father/child contact is associated with better socio-emotional and academic functioning. Results indicate that children with more involved fathers experience fewer behavioral problems and score higher on reading achievement. Devon knows that Fatherhood is leadership and Leadership Is Influence.
Devon coaches fathers around the world on how to become high performing leaders and agents of change in the lives of their children. His signature talk “Fatherhood is Leadership” has gained national recognition and was a featured TED Talk at TEDx Boca Raton in March 2015. He brings a message of hope to fathers who have struggled with work-life integration.
Adversity has served as Devon’s greatest teacher molding him into the modern leader and loving father he is today. With the pain of his parent’s divorce in early childhood and absent father addicted to drugs, staying on course for success proved to be challenging. However, as a young father a shift in perspective and a decision to choose growth over victimization transformed his life. Devon began the road to recovering his true self. His leadership seminars and coaching programs inspire many leaders across the globe.
It is the gifts of adversity that fuel Devon’s compassion and dedication to helping others find their voice, inspire hope and live their own legacy of leadership.
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