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Being with Ron Ash with Temple Hayes and Robin Gager

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Today's Guests: Being with Ron Ash and Kerry lopasky with Temple Hayes at 9am est and Being with Ron Ash and Debra Robinson with Robin Gager at 10am est http://beingwithronash.wordpress.com Temple Hayes is an international motivational speaker, an author and an ordained Unity minister. She has been a keynote speaker for organizations like the American Cancer Society, a trainer for companies like Procter and Gamble and a consultant for many health care companies, other businesses and not for profits. Temple Hayes is currently CEO of Unity Campus, a New Thought center, in St. Petersburg, Florida that transcends religious denominations, embraces all ethnicities, and reaches beyond national borders. Beyond these leadership roles, her life works expand to include a diversity of gifts from being a shamanic healer to being an All American Softball player with a batting average of .616. In addition, Temple Hayes was elected to Outstanding Young Women of America in 1988; to the International Who’s Who of American Professionals in 1997; to the American Biographical Institute for Great Women of the 21st Century for 2006; and to the National Association of Professional Women in 2008. She has also been honored with the Footprints Award by the National Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority for outstanding community service. Rabin Gager is the author of the cookbook Don't Eat Me! A Cookbook for Animal Lovers,which is just starting to take off. It is an almost all-imitation meat cookbook designed to encourage people to transition towards veganism without having to give up their traditional comfort foods. I talk about health benefits of this lifestyle, and environmental benefits too. You can learn more about the book at www.donteatme.org and check out our facebook fanpage as well

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