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SwCA Episode 193: My Life Is More Awesome Than I Ever Dreamed! I Am Grateful But Also Feel Guilty. ...
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Wow. We have so much in our lives that has surpassed our dreams and goals! Our work (paid and/or volunteer), our community of caring (family and friends), our daily joy. We discuss in this show that some people will have a moment of clarity when they look around and realize how far they have surpassed their goals. (The “I really did it” moment!) Other people have a very specific predefined goal and events related thereto (first day of public trading of their firm, standing on the stand at the Olympics receiving a medal, at their wedding, their child’s first day of school, hitting one million dollars in sales, etc.).
I share in the show that I never had a specific singular predefined goal. In the past few years I have looked around and realized, I am living the dream! My work is more exciting, challenging, rewarding and fulfilling than I ever imagined. My community of caring is filled with authentic people that I respect and trust. My physical surroundings (homes, etc.) are beautiful. I have the resources to do what I feel like doing when I feel like doing it. I rarely have an unpleasant person in my life that I ‘have to put up with’ and I am containing to add more layers of resources to my financial independence.
I wake up 99% of the time (except for when I am sick or something horrendous happens in life) really excited about the upcoming day. I dance around in the morning when I rise in celebration of the new day! I can’t wait to see what happens!
How did this happen?
1) I have had numerous specific goals that I have relentlessly pursued.
2) I n
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Whats the ONE thing you shouldnt try to rush as you are planning a wedding? Weight loss!! Join hosts Laurie Towers and Elite Ziegelman as they discuss the trappings of crash dieting, and as they welcome creator of "The Overwhelmed Bride" Jenn Hallak to join in the discussion on wedding details and more....
Fall “Wet Your Whistle” series continues with the world’s foremost cocktail Guru, Brian Van Flandern
September 17th join us at noon as we continue our Fall “Wet Your Whistle” series! At the conclusion of the September 10th episode we touched on cognac cocktails but now we delve deeper into that and all cocktails. Master Mixologist Brian Van Flandern, founder of Creative Cocktail Consultants, creator of the world’s first cognac summit and spirts super geek will join us to tell us how really mix a drink. We will learn what’s new and hip in the cocktail world and maybe we will even tell you a little bit about what Brian’s working on now!
Join at noon on Wednesday to learn how to add more spirit to your mixed drinks!
I decided just now well bout 15 mins ago God laid this upon my heart this will be diffferent times and maybe not the samme day or everyday so will do one as feel lead to do it but it will be a series on my thoughts on my journey. I will ask her this weekend if she would like to a Her Journey broadcast on here. But anyway this is thoughts my thoughts of my journey to where I'm at today. Some may say why a preacher wants to get married in vegas. Well I'm a huge elvis fan always have been and thats part of it also we had a series of not so great exspirences and met some of her family on those like a flat tire broke down in radclife, getting stuck in lexington for 4 days and a semi hitting tge truck causing gllass to richocet and break my arm but it was worth it cause in those moments we was able to grow and it was a learning growth for us both but filled with pain meds in hospital I made the reply Vegas baby and she thought Id forget so it just became like this inside joke with us both... then throughout the following weeks vegas was everywhere to people at concert randomly saying vegas baby to people saying they was married in Janurary or Vegas so it wasnt too small to not see the signs and God was telling us something so on these broadcasts you will hear bout My Journey II will see if she wants to do a Her Journey this weekend.
ISPS Softball Radio Show w/ @ManuelFerrero
CEO of ISPS, Manuel T. Ferrero III, talks about upcoming tournaments, news, and invites Special Guests to speak about various topics.
Recaps from past slow pitch softball tournaments, previewing upcoming events and reporting news and current happenings from our world of slow pitch softball.
Call the show at 347-637-3978 and talk to the host Manuel Ferrero LIVE!!!!
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Blessed and beautiful! Brandi Maxiell may be known for her dueling arguments as a reality star on VH1’s “Basketball Wives LA,” but she’s battled a much tougher opponent and won – that is, ovarian cancer. Today, she’s a wife. A mother. A cancer survivor.
In the prime of her life, Brandi was stricken with ovarian cancer. After months of surgery and treatment, her cancer is now in remission. Ovarian cancer ranks fifth in cancer deaths among women and accounts for more deaths than any other cancer of the female reproductive system.
In August 2009, Brandi had her dream wedding to NBA player Jason Maxiell. The couple immediately began trying to start a family, but Brandi discovered that she had fertility issues. She went through various IVF fertility treatments that failed. Eventually, she’d give birth to a miracle baby in 2011. And now, she’s working on baby #2.
Despite being married to a basketball player, money can’t buy good health! Brandi is a real woman with real health issues that affect millions of women around the globe. Cancer and infertility are the top health concern for women, and Brandi will share her story with all of you.
Brandi will join Take 2 Radio on Tuesday, September 16th at 8pm eastern time.
Isaiah 6: 8 "Also I heard the voice of the Lord, saying, Whom shall I send, and who will go for us? Then said I, Here am I; send me."
The Bible is littered with the narratives of men and women God has used to bring about His will. From a child with a couple of fish and loaves of bread to twelve fisherman who weren't the brightest bulbs on the shelves, the phrase, God can use anyone, rings true.
Most people, secular and non-secular, want to have the sense or the acknowledgment that their lives have some purpose, some meaning. We all, in our own way, seek to leave some sort of impact or imprint. Perhaps its through medicine, research, arts, or entertainment, we all have an inherent need to be used.
For Christians especially, we seek, with a ferverent desire, to be used by God according to His will. But in a sea of millions, do our lives matter? Does what we do have any impact around us?
Join me as I talked with author Joshua Higginbotham as we discuss this very topic. You can call in at 646-595-2083, press 1 to be live on air. Or, you can download the WLUV radio mobile app today. Any way you can, join us
On today’s show I discuss marriage. Who in the H.E. Double Hockey-Sticks is Ready for Marriage? NO ONE. The wedding and honeymoon are easy. It's when the kids are all throwing up, the dog has shit on your rug, the car won't start and your spouse just lost their job at that point marriage becomes difficult.
Here's the article that "stimulated" my thoughts on this topic!
I am a quirky, outspoken, irreverent, authentic and energetic frequent flyer to hell and back who just happens to host his very own radio show and podcast. I also write a blog, books and produce funny and educational videos!
I am also a licensed clinical professional counselor who has over 10 years in the counseling profession and over 20 in the mass media production (TV, Radio, Film) industry.
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Well this show will be jam packed with information about group travel. Some people enjoy traveling in groups others don't. Why travel with a group, there are some benefits even if you don't know the people in the group. We'll discuss those benefits. The advantages and disadvantages of traveling in groups.
Group leaders, what are they, who are they, who would make a good group leader. What are the responsibilities of a group leader. There can be huge benefits for declaring yourself the group leader. You've probably been planning group trips anyway, get the perks.
What makes a group? How many people are considered a group? We'll talk about the different numbers based on travel suppliers and partners in the industry.
And of course how to find a group. You are a part of groups throughout your life that can turn into a travel group.
So listen in as we define this fun way to travel with benefits!
Travel Trends, Travel News, The Travelers Club Meetup Group activities, and other fun discussions on this episode of It's Travel Time with Karen
Active learning is hard to leave in the classroom… if compelling, learners recount and rethink what they learned long after the lesson ends. The Maker movement embraces a “hands on, minds on” approach that links the tactile nature of learning with building and knowledge. This episode of Ed Table Talk explores the structure of the maker movement and asks the pivotal question: What is the importance of providing realistic context for students to apply their knowledge and become better learners?
The Maker movement has a long history in how we teach and students learn. The movement helps to change the perception about how best to teach students and how we prepare educators to manage a rich learning environment. Anybody who used pipe cleaners and Popsicle sticks was a member of the Maker movement, so why is it that we often forego this teaching strategy as students get older?
Research shows that kids who apply what they learn create more extensive knowledge that they can then apply in a variety of contexts outside of the classroom. This especially rings true for students who tend to be more visual learners. We will discuss ways that this strategy can be applied in your offerings and how it makes students better learners in their other academic pursuits — writing, math, science, social science, and the arts.
Join host Michael Jay and guests as they discuss the popular Maker movement and its implications for preK-12 teaching and learning.
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