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Selling in a Skirt with Women, Peace and Understanding

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Selling in a Skirt with Judy Hoberman with her guest Beth Shankle Anderson & Kristine Huynh

Beth is the president of Beth Anderson Productions where she produces her own internet radio talk show titled “The Success Design”.  She has been designated as a “Featured Host” by BlogTalkRadio.com and a member of Women’s Business Talk Radio Network.  Her guests have ranged from two Olympic Gold Medalists to Miss America.  Beth is an avid blogger and also offers her speaking engagement services to those who want to know more about her business, radio show, or inspirational or motivational topics.  Always the passionate writer, her article Honey Lake Plantation: Where Wedded Bliss Meets Gulf Coast Tradition was published in the Winter 2014 edition of Gulf Coast Bride. In 2012, in conjunction with WFSU-TV, Beth filmed a one-hour segment entitled “Women of Distinction” where she interviewed five of Tallahassee’s most distinguished women.

Until age 23, Kristine Huynh wandered through life lost, confused and had no idea what she wanted to do.  She tinkered in many career opportunities but it wasn’t until she was introduced to Zen Meditation that her life finally started to make sense. All throughout her life she wanted to be happy and to help those around her live happy.  However, the reality was that unknowingly her methods of seeking happiness created more struggle, more conflict, and more confusion, especially in family relationships.  This caused more distance and misunderstandings at home day by day.  As she started to learn about the true meaning of meditation her Zen teacher at Universal Door Meditation Center guided her to see a big missing piece; the answer to all of her problems could only be found from looking within. 

 

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