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    Bill welcomes author, speaker, and publisher Marc Allen to the show. Marc is an internationally renowned author and president and publisher of New World Library, which he co-founded (with Shakti Gawain) in 1977. He has guided the company from a small start-up with no capital to its current position as one of the leading independent publishers in the country. Today we'll be discussing his latest book, Tantra For The West. Should be fun!

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    On this episode Amber Weigand-Buckley, editor for Leading Hearts magazine interviews mobile marketing expert, Tyler Headley, vice president and COO of Reachmodo, to get the inside scoop on how text to connect market can give anyone in the professional speaking and publishing world a unique way to directly engage their audience. 

  • Giving Voice to Your Global Story with Dina Elenbogen

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    Memoirist and poet, Dina Elenbogen, discusses her newest release -- a compelling memoir, Drawn from Water: An American Poet, an Ethiopian family, an Israeli story.
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    Tune into this uniquely compelling storythat embraces cultures and challenges. 
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    Dorit Sasson, creator of Giving Voice to Your Story global radio show and website, is the author of the memoir Accidental Soldier: What My Service in the Israel Defense Forces Taught Me about Faith, Courage and Love. She helps authors and small businesses give voice to their stories whether it's by building their platform or webwriting. 

  • Interview with Sheila Finkelstein

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    Known as “The Tech Savvy Senior,” Sheila Finkelstein, is a 75-year-old grandmother.  Her “kids” (educators and business people) often come to her for “how-to’s.” Even her son who teaches computers to high school students came to her a couple of years ago to learn how to use Twitter!
    As a former teacher and current life coach, Sheila has had years of experience in honing her communication skills – –  the very skills that are so handy in supporting seniors to have fun while learning how to thrive in the age of technology.  First, she “tunes in” to expressed needs in order to discover just what is important to seniors, and  then establishes what they want to accomplish. - See more at: http://technologyforseniorsmadeeasy.com/about/#sthash.uxezVLEG.dpuf