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VividLife Radio will connect you to the most current, optimistic and inspiring stories, current affairs and research that pertain to opening your mind: eliminating no’s, can not’s and impossible and empowering you to live a happy, healthy and wealthy life. Our hosts cover topics from current health and wellness issues to spiritually, eco and green living, yoga and meditation and travel to raising conscious children, pets and personal growth. VividLife encompasses everything that contributes to you living happy, healthy and wealthy life!

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David Newman or Durga Das, as he is also known, is a Kirtan Chant Artist and a practitioner and educator of Bhakti Yoga - the Yoga of Love. David, a devotee of Neem Karoli Baba, travels extensively singing Kirtan (Indian devotional... more

Host Darcelle Runciman. More than 60 percent of Canada’s 800,000 women entrepreneurs are “lifestylers” – business owners who choose self employment to create balance in work and family commitments. Often, though, self-employment... more

Host Darcelle Runciman talks with Mike Michalowicz (pronounced Mi-Cow-Low-Witz) who started his first business at the age of 24, moving his young family to the only safe place he could afford - a retirement village. With... more

More than 60 percent of Canada’s 800,000 women entrepreneurs are “lifestylers” – business owners who choose self employment to create balance in work and family commitments. Often, though, self-employment is lonely and isolating, and... more

Gerry Visca is an International Branding Coach known for kickstarting your creative juices. Gerry inspires, informs and illuminates audiences, to get creative and inspire to action. He motivates you to (create) your desired personal and... more

Host Rose-Anne Kumpunen. More than 60 percent of Canada’s 800,000 women entrepreneurs are “lifestylers” – business owners who choose self employment to create balance in work and family commitments. Often, though, self-employment... more

Host Tina Dezsi. More than 60 percent of Canada’s 800,000 women entrepreneurs are “lifestylers” – business owners who choose self employment to create balance in work and family commitments. Often, though, self-employment... more

Host Rose-Anne Kumpunen. More than 60 percent of Canada’s 800,000 women entrepreneurs are “lifestylers” – business owners who choose self employment to create balance in work and family commitments. Often, though, self-employment... more

Host Lia Bandola. More than 60 percent of Canada’s 800,000 women entrepreneurs are “lifestylers” – business owners who choose self employment to create balance in work and family commitments. Often, though, self-employment... more

Host Darcelle Runciman. More than 60 percent of Canada’s 800,000 women entrepreneurs are “lifestylers” – business owners who choose self employment to create balance in work and family commitments. Often, though, self-employment... more
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