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Research shows that people who have a vision supported by goals are more likely to achieve their goals than those who do not. Lucinda Cross knows what it takes to reach high heights of success and how to navigate this journey with courage. Tune-in for an informative chat with Lucinda on the in-s and outs of what it takes to have the courage to stay the course of faith.
Patti Clark's new non-fiction book This Way Up: Seven Ways for Unleashing Your Creative Self and Transforming Your Life is just as dynamic and courageous as her publishing journey which required a ton of courage!
We're going to have a blast really digging into that moment of courage that changed Patti's writing and publishing journey and ultimately her life.
This Way Up: Seven Tools for Releasing Your Creative Self and Transforming Your Life
This Way Up is a story of healing for women who yearn to lead a fuller life, accompanied by a workbook designed to help readers work through personal challenges, discover new inspiration, and harness their creative power...
Women spend so much of life nurturing and giving to others that when they find themselves alone—because of an empty nest, the end of a marriage, or the death of a partner—they often struggle with feeling purposeless.This Way Up provides a step-by-step way out of this sense of loss and into a life filled with enthusiasm, creativity, and joy.
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Are you giving in a cheerful manner or are you being forced!
This is a outreach ministry.Dr. Stewart McClain has been ministering for 16 years, he has pastored and planted churches, been a Bishop in a 2 fellowships. Our outreach ministry focus on taking the good news of Jesus Christ into communities in need including empowerment services, prisons, juvenile halls, elder care homes, public schools, and to the homeless living out on the streets and in shelters. Our efforts also include partnership assistance with local organizations and help with community service projects.
We are going to discuss the why part of the Adam and Eve story. Why did God leave the tree? Why did Adam sin when he knew it was wrong? Why did God through them out before eating of the other tree? Why and so forth. The questions continue to go on and on. Listen so we can discuss and understand the story a bit more. We will get on the ball to be better believers in Christ. The likeness of God is what we are, not what we been. This subject will be altered and a Francis Chan episode will be aired.
For Rita Gardner, author of the award winning memoir The Coconut Latitudes, it took decades to summon up the courage to write my story of survival in a dysfunctional family while attempting a new life on a remote tropical farm. On this podcast, we'll talk about the courage it took for her to share the secrets that were so deeply buried and what happened as a result of sharing them.
There's also going to be a special announcement - please tune in for all the nitty-gritty details!
So excited to welcome to the #courageous #living podcast, She Writes Press author, Irene Allison of the upcoming non-fiction book, Stay, Breathe with Me. We'll be talking about the theme of courage as it relates to her work and upcoming book, Stay, Breathe with Me.
As she writes over at the She Writes blog, "it takes courage to share your writing with the world because everyone has something to say, sometimes in ways that nurture, sometimes in ways that scorch."
Serious, incurable illness is a drama of body, mind, and soul where symptoms and suffering cannot be separated from the person who is ill. Yet that is what happens in our modern medical system, a system so focused on technology and cure, it loses sight of the person behind the illness. The result is cruel and needless suffering. In Stay, Breathe with Me, the authors make the argument that it’s time to revive the art of care. If we fully embrace the human side of illness, if we remove the false barriers separating caregivers from the seriously ill, we can meet in that space of shared humanity and universal human needs.
This is the space of heart and compassion, where healing hands can be guided by the wisdom of the patient and where suffering can be eased. Informed by the voices of the seriously ill, their families, and the lifelong experience of a pioneer in palliative care, Stay, Breathe with Me illustrates how to bring heart back into healthcare and compassion for those who need it most.
In this episode of Giving Voice to Your Courage, I'll be speaking with Theo Pauline Nestor, author of Writing is my Drink (A Writer's Story of Finding Her Voice and How You Can Too.) about the lessons of courage and how they can be applied to everyday living.
Theo Pauline Nestor is the author of Writing Is My Drink: A Writer’s Story of Finding Her Voice (And a Guide to How You Can Too) (Simon & Schuster, 2013) and How to Sleep Alone in a King-Size Bed: A Memoir of Starting Over (Crown, 2008), which was selected by Kirkus Reviews as a 2008 Top Pick for Reading Groups and as a Target “Breakout Book.” She holds and MA in English Literature from San Francisco State University and an MFA in Creative Writing (Fiction) from the University of Washington. Nestor also produces events for writers such as the Wild Mountain Memoir Retreat, Bird by Bird & Beyond, and the Black Mesa Writers’ Intensive, featuring talks by literary leaders such as Anne Lamott, Cheryl Strayed, Julia Cameron, and Natalie Goldberg.
The last thing authors want to feel is salesy and sleasy. Norine Dworkin-McDaniel has a knack for selling books organically, with pizzazz and with courage.
Is selling books something that can be self-taught? Are you doomed if you don't think like an extrovert? What kind of skills do you need? What works and doesn't in the promotional world?
In 2013, Norine Dworkin-McDaniel created the illustrated humor blog Science of Parenthood with Jessica Ziegler, named one of Parenting.com’s “blogs every parent should read.” Together they’ve published three books, including The Big Book of Parenting Tweets and The Bigger Book of Parenting Tweets. Their latest book is Science of Parenthood: Thoroughly Unscientific Explanations for Utterly Baffling Parenting Situations,published by She Writes Press in November 2015.
In this episode of Giving Voice to Your Courage, I'll be interviewing Ernie Boxall who is penning his book about his visit to Israel. We'll be discussing some of the lessons of courage he experienced and how they've transformed him as well as impacted his ability to live courageously and what it means for writing a memoir.
Who do you serve? Who do you choose? What do you love and why do you love it. We will take a look Genesis the Adam and Eve story to see about free will. Sin and every decision we make to serve or not to serve God. So listen and take notes if you want, this is going to be good. Decide your lifestyle and abide by it. This is the beginning of a new chapter and what will you do with it.
This week I'll be interviewing Destiny Allison about the theme of courage in her latest book The Romance Diet: Body Image and the Wars We Wage on Ourselves:
Brave, raw, and unflinchingly honest, this book is a weight loss journey, a love story, a heart beating loudly on the page. Every day we battle against something--injustice, our spouses, our weight. Seldom do we acknowledge the real wars we wage. Repressing feelings and silencing our voices, we suffer under the surface, attributing emotional distress and unwanted pounds to the inescapable effects of hormones or age.
But weight gain, anxiety, and marital difficulties aren't always so easy to explain.
In her poignant and touching memoir, Allison doesn't offer recipes, exercise tips, or advice. Instead, she shows us how to stand up, express what we want, and develop empathy for ourselves and the people we love. In doing so, she provides invaluable insight for those seeking to lose weight, save a marriage, or make a significant life change.
About the Author:
Destiny Allison was a professional and award-winning sculptor. Her work is collected by individuals, civic entities, and corporations worldwide. When an injury required her to re-envision her life, Allison did what she always does. She applied her explosive creativity and dog-with-a-bone tenacity to new endeavors.
In 2011 she was named Santa Fe Business Woman of the Year. Her community building efforts and innovative business model transformed a bankrupt shopping center into a thriving community and commercial center.
In 2012 she published her first book, Shaping Destiny: A quest for meaning in art and life. The book won best independent non-fiction/memoir in the 2013 Global Book Awards.
Dorit Sasson of Giving Voice to Your Courage, interviews Bob Walicki, a Pittsburgh based poet and the curator of VERSIFY, a monthly reading series in Pittsburgh, on the role courage has taken him from challenging the traditional roles of what it means to be a sensitive man in a field that looks on his poetic sensitivity as a weakness.
His work has appeared in HEArt, Stone Highway Review, Uppagus, The Kentucky Review,Grasslimb, and on the radio show Prosody. He won 1st runner up in the 2013 Finishing Line Open Chapbook Competition and was awarded finalist in the 2013 Concrete Wolf Chapbook Competition. He currently has two chapbooks published: A Room Full of Trees (Red Bird Chapbooks, 2014) and The Almost Sound of Snow Falling (Night Ballet Press, 2015). He lives in Verona, PA with his wife, Lynne, and two cats.
Bob Walicki has worked for years in the construction industry and as a plumber. As a poet, he's been the target of prejudices because he didn't fit into those traditional roles. Often he has to hide being a poet in the building trades industry though he says, "recently it's been liberating to write about those experiences in my new chapbook, "The Almost Sound of Snow Falling."