Leadership in the Age of Meaning: Power or Trust? By Cheryl Esposito Jan09

Leadership in the Age of Meaning: Power or Trust? By Cheryl Esposito...

Cheryl Esposito welcomes Dawa Tarchin Phillips, CEO, Empowerment Holdings and Director of Education,Center for Mindfulness and Human Potential,University California Santa Barbara. Is your leadership about Power or Trust? Dawa says ‘we are moving from the Age of Information to the Age of Meaning’- the requirements of leadership have transformed. Leaders who over-invest in their power are destined to fail. Their currency is fear. Showing vulnerability risks power loss. Leaders for the Age of Meaning know: power and influence comes from strength and flexibility. They invest in inspiring the trust and confidence in others. They develop people and create meaning in work: they are comfortable with uncertainty. Self-awareness is paramount. Dawa says “…your leadership stands and falls with the quality of your presence, the clarity of your mind, the health of your relationships and your courage in taking skillful action.” Join Cheryl Esposito and Dawa Tarchin Phillips exploring Leadership in the Age of Meaning! More...

VA Host Celebrates Career by Giving Back By Deb Tomaro Jan06

VA Host Celebrates Career by Giving Back By Deb Tomaro...

Voice America host and licensed RE/MAX Realtor Deb Tomaro is celebrating 10 years in real estate by giving back to the Bloomington, Indiana community. Throughout 2017, Tomaro will be donating 10% of each commission to one of nine local non-profit organizations. Tomaro asked her social media followers to cast their votes for local non-profits they wanted to see benefit through this project, which Tomaro is calling 10/10/10. The following groups were chosen: Positive Link HIV Services, Area 10 Agency on Aging, Stone Belt, Girls Inc., New Hope Family Shelter, PALS (People & Animal Learning Services), My Sister’s Closet, NAMI (National Association on Mental Illness, Bloomington Chapter) and Pets Alive. Plus, to spread the project even further, the 10th beneficiary of the project will be in the spirit of #DoGoodBloomington, a movement encouraging residents to engage in acts of paying it forward by helping someone in need or encouraging someone that needs a boost. Look out for the hashtag #101010 on social media to learn more about these organizations, how you can participate and to find out what else Deb is up to in 2017. Find Deb at www.realrealestatetoday.com or contact her via email, deb.tomaro@homefinder.org. More...

Can an Average Student Get Into a Top-Tier School?; Options if You Can’t Pay the Spring College Bill; Office Hours: Avoiding the Rumor Mill; Our 100th Show! By Elizabeth Heaton Jan06

Can an Average Student Get Into a Top-Tier School?; Options if You Can’t Pay the Spring College Bill; Office Hours:...

We celebrate our 100th episode with a special giveaway for our listeners! We answer a lot of listener questions on the show, and one that we get asked fairly frequently is “Can an average student get into a top-tier school?” Tune in to find out. We’re also looking at options for families who find themselves without the money to pay for their spring college bills. And in Office Hours, we’ll discuss the rumor mill, including how to recognize a rumor and separate fact from fiction. About College Coach Since 1998, College Coach has been the nation’s leading provider of educational advising and 100% of our students have received acceptances. Every College Coach advisor is a full-time team member and all were admissions or finance officers at the nation’s top colleges, including Columbia, Georgetown, Harvard, and more. Tune in to Getting In: A College Coach Conversation every Thursday at 1pm PST More...

Dinner with a Stranger By Ariel & Shya Kane Jan06

Dinner with a Stranger By Ariel & Shya Kane...

Dinner with a Stranger by Ariel Kane It had been years since Shya and I had eaten at an Ollie’s Noodle House. In the 80s and 90s we used to go to Manhattan’s Upper West Side to eat there. In those days we would make a special trip to have General Tso’s chicken or jumbo shrimp, a crunchy fried delight with a semi–sweet hot sauce, on a bed of bright green broccoli. Sometimes we would even bring Shya’s parents there, when they were still alive, to celebrate special occasions. Eventually that restaurant closed its doors and our lives moved on. At the beginning of 2014, as if coming full circle, we found a new venue to hold our Manhattan seminars that was back in the neighborhood where I lived when Shya and I began seeing each other. In fact, from our course room in the Skyline Hotel, which is on 49th Street and 10th Avenue, we can actually see the building where we had our first date and eventually lived together. As Shya and I began to reacquaint ourselves with the neighborhood and to explore the area for likely spots to have a bite to eat, we could tell that things had changed dramatically from when we had lived there. Where once it was difficult to find a decent meal, now there are ubiquitous Thai restaurants and plenty of places to enjoy varied cuisine from vegan to steak, Mexican to ramen. So it was with great delight when we came upon an Ollie’s situated mid–block on 42nd Street between 9th and 10th Avenues. It was late afternoon when we entered and since it was early for the dinner crowd, there weren’t many patrons. Even so, the waitress seated us at a table nestled in...

Being You In Business with Guest Dr Dain Heer By Heather Nichols...

Being You and Growing Your Business! If you are asking for growth in your business this year, are you also gearing up for more work?  What if you could actually grow your business and work less?  Or work differently? One of the many misconceptions we have in our world about business is that hard work and that lots of work equals more money and a bigger business.  When you get to a point where you are maxed out with your time and energy, but you would like to still grow your business and income—where do you go from there?  What if you could work and create your business in a totally different way that is a lot more easeful, relaxed, joyful, and fun?  What if the growth of your business was not totally on your shoulders? When Dr. Dain Heer discovered Access Consciousness®, he was a Chiropractor who was unhappy with his life, including in the areas of business and money.  He made a demand that things change, and he found Access Consciousness® shortly thereafter.  At the time, he disliked business and thought he was not skilled with it.  Once he started creating with the tools of Access Consciousness®, and facilitating classes all over the world, he realized that he simply had a different way of doing business that was unique to him—and that this is true for all of us!   What if you, allowing yourself to be more of you with your business, could actually create greater growth, income, and ease than you can imagine? Join us on Creating Beyond Reality Radio as Heather Nichols interviews Dr Dain Heer, an internationally renowned speaker and facilitator of consciousness, on how he has created a thriving and dynamic international business with ease. More...

Free Health Screenings, January Garden Jumpstart , How Spouses Affect Health By Cynthia Brian...

If you are looking for upbeat, life-changing, and mind stretching information, you’ve come to the right place. Hosts Cynthia Brian and Heather Brian take you on a journey of exploration that will encourage, inspire, and motivate you to make positive changes that offer life enhancing results. It’s party time on StarStyle®-Be the Star You Are!®. And YOU are invited! Join us LIVE 4-5pm Pt on Wednesdays or tune in to the archives at your leisure. Come play in StarStyle Country. Your first goal for 2017 is to be healthy. Why not avail yourself of the free health screenings at local pharmacies. In Health Matters, Heather Brittany tells you what you need to have tested and where to go. Put your gardens to bed and give yourself a bit of respite. With the colder weather, we are fortunate that lemons, grapefruit, and tangelos are ripe to help us stay healthy. Learn more about what to do in the outdoors with Cynthia Brian. A good marriage enhances health, a destructive relationship makes you sick. Science has proved the benefits and drawbacks of marriage and Cynthia Brian shares the research. Listen at Voice America, Empowerment Channel  Check out this episode on StarStyle Radio with photos and descriptions What’s happening? Want to party? Visit our Event page Make a DONATION through PAYPAL GIVING FUND Help Be the Star You Are!® without spending a penny. If you’ve ever purchased a TV or computer screen, just 3 minutes of your time is needed to fill out the simple form and click submit. Every unit qualifies for a donation of about $20 to Be the Star You Are!®. You will receive a tax receipt once the donations have been dispersed. PLEASE do this today. Thanks from Be the Star You Are!® Read...

Predictions for 2017 By Paula Joyce Jan06

Predictions for 2017 By Paula Joyce...

My sincere wishes to you for a wonderful 2017. May it be your best year yet. Some of you are wondering how that’s possible with all the fear and anxiety over world events, an increase in hate crimes and the inauguration of a new President of the U.S. with a cabinet that is signaling a dramatic shift in policy. With so much uncertainty and many anticipating the worst, we must be prepared for what is coming. We may not have control over the decisions of our government, but we always have control over our response. Our attitudes, thoughts, words and actions are our choice. We must find ways to keep ourselves positive and hopeful as we work to create the world that we want to live in. Lasting social change happens at the level of the individual, not the government. When we make continuous daily choices with integrity that are life-affirming, we contribute to world peace. Please join us Thursday for Psychic Dawon’s annual predictions, which is always one of my listeners’ favorite shows. More...

We Are the Ancestors of Our Future By Eli Weiss Jan06

We Are the Ancestors of Our Future By Eli Weiss...

So many critical efforts are happening right now! The CITES meeting in Bangkok, Thailand may well decide the future for elephants and rhinos around the world. The US. Wildlife Services are under fire for unethical killing of our wildlife- both endangered and non-targeted species. The USFW is working hard to keep up with the Environmental Protection Act and government policies, and we are facing global biodiversity tipping points everywhere we look. Our policies and politics and our everday choices do make a difference, both here at home and around the world. Despite all this, there is Hope, and it’s right beneath our feet – we just need to focus by each of us taking some small actions in our everyday lives to protect the future that our ancestors left to us and which we will leave to our children. More...

Growing a Business On Purpose By Frances Leary Jan06

Growing a Business On Purpose By Frances Leary...

In this episode of The Soulcial Hour, we will explore the concept of “living on purpose” with guest, Paul Roy, author of the newly released book, It Happened on Purpose. We will delve into what it takes to define our personal purpose and then apply those same principles to defining one’s business purpose. Learn how to set goals (a fitting exercise for the new year or for whenever you’re listening) that will enable you to build your business and succeed…on purpose. Paul Roy is a business coach, customer experience expert and the author of “It Happened On Purpose: Value Yourself Without Being Full of Yourself.” He delivers keynotes and workshops on inspiring trust, building credibility and managing difficult conversations. An entrepreneur for most of his life, what Paul brings to the table is a vast experience of business. Paul has learned in his success that you have to begin with the end in mind. Success in business is so much more than generating more revenue. It’s about you running your business and not your business running you. Paul’s people skills and desire to succeed helped him grow business as a result of his entrepreneurial spirit. He is also a serial volunteer who embraces giving his time and money as a way to focus less on self and more on lifting others. Connect with Paul here: http://www.paulroy.ca, https://www.linkedin.com/in/paulroy1 and https://twitter.com/paultosuccess. More...

Procrastination Stops When You Start By Ariel & Shya Kane Jan03

Procrastination Stops When You Start By Ariel & Shya Kane...

January 4: Procrastination Stops When You Start “Whatever you can do or dream you can, begin it. Boldness has genius, power, and magic in it.” ~ Goethe Procrastination is a fancy word for “No” or “Don’t Tell Me What To Do.” Tune in to this empowering episode of Being Here and jumpstart your ability to bypass that automatic “No” and step into your own personal genius. Callers welcome at Tel# 1-866-472-5795! Listen Live this Wednesday, January 4th at 9am PST / 12pm EST on the VoiceAmerica 7th Wave Channel After this Wednesday, you can stream or download this episode and over 400 episodes on a wide variety of topics from our archives here. You can also listen to Being Here on the go! Stream or download new and archived episodes to your smart phone or mobile device with these applications: – Podcasts app for iPhone – Stitcher Podcast app for Any Device – VoiceAmerica app for Apple – VoiceAmerica app for...

Living Our Days On Purpose By Cheryl Esposito Jan03

Living Our Days On Purpose By Cheryl Esposito...

Cheryl Esposito welcomes Jack Canfield, international peak performance expert. Originator of the Chicken Soup for the Soul®, Jack’s focus has been understanding what creates success. His deep curiosity became the heart of his work, teaching millions around the world. The Success Principles™: How to Get From Where You Are to Where You Want to Be is an international phenomena. A successful life requires taking 100% responsibility for our choices,to awaken from the habitual routines that have become our days and choose what matters. Jack collaborated with sobriety expert Dave Andrews to produce The 30-Day Sobriety Solution: How to Cut Back or Quit Drinking in the Privacy of Your Own Home. This contemporary, practical daily approach integrates Success Principles, neuroscience, cognitive therapy & proven tools to help you create positive,permanent change in addictive or habitual behaviors. Join Cheryl Esposito & Jack Canfield as we explore choosing our future, by living our days on purpose. More...

Season’s Greetings By Cynthia Brian...

“Winter is in my head, but eternal spring is in my heart!” Victor Hugo The festivities of holidays are almost over, winter has arrived, and our hills are once again the lush emerald that we, and the cattle adore.  Congratulate yourself on a year well-spent growing your own food and tending to your plants. Now it is time to put your gardens to bed and give yourself a bit of respite. With the colder weather, we are fortunate that lemons, grapefruit, and tangelos are ripe to help us stay healthy. There is still time to plant bulbs through the end of January for a late spring show. All bulbs need well-drained soil, full sun, or partial shade. Avoid planting in soggy soils where the bulbs will rot. Instead of lining bulbs up in a row, scatter them in clusters for a more natural look. Since deer, squirrels, raccoons, and rabbits enjoy eating many bulb flowers, experiment with planting narcissus cultivars, snowflakes, and snow drops (galanthus) as these repel the critters with their toxicity. Speaking of critters, our readers enjoyed the article on keeping unwanted guests from taking refuge in homes. From the response, it is apparent that this season of green has indeed brought the rodents to our doorsteps in increasing numbers. Excellent advice came to me from Jenny Papka of Native Bird Connections. With her permission, I am printing her edited suggestions here: “What you term as “vermin” actually misleads people, since rodents, skunks, wasps and even mosquitoes are necessary in Nature. Yes they are annoying in many cases, but it is important to be respectful of why they can actually be good. Rodents are like chocolate for almost all young wild animals, and often are a life-long food source for many. The...

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10 Great Business Books of 2016 By David Savage
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10 Great Business Books of 2016 By David Savage...

Start 2017 with greater skill and purpose. Read these 10 Great Business Books of 2016. Ten Great Business / Non-Fiction Books of 2016 As selected by David B. Savage www.davidbsavage.com The Power of Tenacity; 3 Things You’ll Need to Make Your Mark in Life by Dr. Peter Legge, Bad Judgement; The Myths of First Nations Equality and Judicial Independence in Canada by Judge John Reilly, Achieving Longevity; How Great Firms Prosper Through Entrepreneurial Thinking by Jim Dewald, Forging Grit by Mike Thompson and Steve Caldwell, Elon Musk by Ashlee Vance, It’s My Pleasure: The Impact of Extraordinary Talent and a Compelling Culture by Dee Ann Turner, Counter Clockwise: Mindful Health the Power of Possibility by Ellen J. Langer, Search Inside Yourself: The Unexpected Path to Achieving Success, Happiness (and World Peace) by Chade- Meng Tan, Mastering Leadership by Robert J. Anderson, William A. Adams, And, of course, Break Through To Yes: Unlocking the Possible within a Culture of Collaboration by David B. Savage. http://tinyurl.com/h84prqs     More...

Positive Thinking: Make 2017 Your Best year Yet By Dr. Paula Joyce Dec30

Positive Thinking: Make 2017 Your Best year Yet By Dr. Paula Joyce...

Everything begins and ends with your mind. What you give power to has power over you, but only if you allow it. Seeing your life from a positive perspective changes the way you think, which changes everything. As you let go of negativity, you will become grateful and positive in word, thought and deed; resulting in your ever-increasing happiness, peace of mind, joy, prosperity and good health. In this experiential workshop, you will: Redirect your frustration and turn it into positive, effective, unstoppable determination Find the silver living in every experience you’ve endured Make conscious decisions to create the life you desire Let go of destructive worry, stress and anxiety Learn techniques to use on your own More...

Financial Prosperity: Set the Energy for 2017 By Dr. Paula Joyce Dec30

Financial Prosperity: Set the Energy for 2017 By Dr. Paula Joyce...

Financial abundance is a gift of love from the Divine. As a child of Infinite Love, it is your birthright. All you have to do is remove the hidden blocks to receiving, know you are deserving and open the door. Since there are numerous layers of consciousness, from the surface levels of the conscious mind to the deepest levels of the unconscious mind, the process of bringing in financial abundance does not always happen immediately. Your commitment, patience, faith, trust and gratitude are the keys to nurturing your path to lasting financial abundance In thisIn this experiential workshop, you will: Discover and remove your hidden blocks Experience the feeling of deserving Open your mind and heart to receiving Learn how to recognize and be grateful for every step along the way Receive techniques to use on your own About Dr. Paula: Dr. Paula, The Life Doctor, is a best-selling author and top-ranked radio host. She did her post-doctoral studies at Yale University and her unique work has been highlighted in USA Today, The Dallas Morning News and on national radio and television. As a Leading Expert and Life Coach, Dr. Paula will help you build the life you’ve been dreaming of. For more information call: 214-208-3533 Registration limited. Register now at www.paulajoyce.com Location: Dr. Paula’s Office 15251 Segovia Dr. Dallas, TX 75248 (Belt Line and Preston) Financial Prosperity: Set The Energy For 2017 Saturday, January 28, 10am-4:00pm $99 FREE: – 1 copy of my best-selling book as a door prize – 1 10 minute follow up phone session More...

Discovering Your Soul Through a Nuke and Pave By Frances Leary Dec30

Discovering Your Soul Through a Nuke and Pave By Frances Leary...

In this episode of The Soulcial Hour, we will explore the gift that comes with experiencing and overcoming great challenges in our personal and business lives. Special guest Laurie Dolhan will share her story of losing everything and starting over. We will discuss the growth that can come from such life experiences and how we can apply the lessons we learn in those circumstances to help us become better business people and better humans overall. Living in the seaside community of Ketch Harbour, Nova Scotia, Laurie Dolhan is all at once a Jersey Girl, a Yukon Sourdough, and what some Nova Scotians refer to as a CFA (come-from-away). She sees life as a series of learning experiments with often unpredictable results. As writer and consultant for non-profits and triple-bottom line companies, she thrives in words and possibilities. Laurie currently works in for B Corp certified Dadavan Systems, helping them to launch a new storytelling platform called Cultural Codex. Connect with Laurie at: http://www.hooklinetinker.com, https://twitter.com/hooklinetinker, https://www.instagram.com/hooklinetinker, and https://www.linkedin.com/in/lauriedolhan. More...

CoHousing and the Future of Real Estate By Jessica  Stoner Dec30

CoHousing and the Future of Real Estate By Jessica Stoner...

In this episode of the The Future of Real Estate, we are exploring Co-Housing, an intriguing,  growing lifestyle choice.  Many  people are unfamiliar with the concept and are quite intrigued with the idea once they hear about it. Co-Housing is the concept of purpose built neighbourhoods and communities, with the intention of stronger community ties and a closer connection with neighbours. It is essentially a return to the traditional Village. We will discuss why people are gravitating towards this unique (for now) lifestyle, how it works, why it is in so much demand, and where you can find co-housing communities.   We have two co-housing experts that will help us understand more about it, in this thought provoking hour, as they share general information, as well as personal experiences living and developing co-housing communities.   More...

Robert Meeropol Turned Anger Into Action By Dr. Paula Joyce Dec30

Robert Meeropol Turned Anger Into Action By Dr. Paula Joyce...

Robert Meeropol is an attorney, author, activist, and the younger son of Ethel and Julius Rosenberg. In 1990 Robert founded the Rosenberg Fund for Children and served as its Executive Director until 2013. Robert remains on the RFC’s Board of Directors. His blog, Still Out on a Limb, which concentrates on climate change, human rights and politics is at www.robertmeeropol.com/blog. Robert wrote An Execution in the Family and has been on numerous programs, including 60 Minutes and the HBO documentary, Heir to an Execution. More than 30,000 news stories on the campaign to exonerate Ethel Rosenberg, including news reports by the Associated Press, CNN, all the network news channels and the Washington Post, have run in the U.S. and other countries including Canada, England, Israel and Japan. 45,000 people have signed a petition to exonerate Ethel. To learn more and to add your signature before President Obama leaves office, go to www.rfc.org or click on the link on my radio show page. Jennifer Meeropol is the Executive Director of the Rosenberg Fund for Children (RFC) and the granddaughter of Ethel and Julius Rosenberg. She became the Executive Director when her father, Robert Meeropol, retired from that position in 2013. The RFC is a public foundation which aids children in the U.S. whose parents have been attacked while struggling to wage peace, preserve civil liberties, safeguard the environment, combat racism, and organize on behalf of workers, political prisoners, the LGBTQ community, and others whose rights are under threat. You can learn more about the RFC’s work and make a tax deductible contribution at www.rfc.org. You can also follow them on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. I was preparing to visit my children and chose my University of Michigan Alumni Magazine for light reading. It was anything...

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Pets Heal Through Love
Dec29

Pets Heal Through Love...

If you believe that your pet loves you, it isn’t much of a stretch to see them as having a rich internal life. By observing my cats over 45 years, I have concluded that they have a wide range of emotions as well as the capability to think and communicate directly with us. We just have to open our minds to the possibility that they can sense, feel and think. As we begin to treat our pets with respect and awareness of their capabilities and needs, they in turn give more of themselves to us with gratitude. My cats all had different personalities and each made their feelings known. Some cats showed that they missed me by ignoring me when I returned from a trip, punishing me by playing hard to get until they forgave me while others anxiously waited at the door. One cat would hide when pet sitters came, only emerging when one particular person appeared and then he would soak up all the attention she was able to provide. Please join us Thursday to hear about the healing power of a pet’s love.   Tune in every Thursday at 8am PST to Uplift Your Life: Nourishment of the...

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Take back your life, with these easy to learn tools you can use forever more. Gain self control, and manage your own state without losing yourself to internal thoughts that can negate all the hard work you have been doing. Champion yourself and secure your peace of mind. Reduce anxiety, stress and tension allowing yourself the freedom of being yourself. All this and a Free MP3 download to help you. Listen to my show, and when you hear the code, email me including the code and receive the free MP3. welterk@shaw.ca – here to help you take back your life from eating disorders More...

Beyond Resolutions: Creating a Platform for Your Most Profitable Year Yet By Heather Nichols...

Do you have a resolution for 2017 to be a more profitable year in your business?  Are there specific things you have decided you need to do in order to bring that to fruition? When we are asking for something new or different in our lives, we often try to figure out what is going to create it and then set out to do that.  The problem with that approach is that we can often only see the possibilities that we currently know, rather than what is beyond them. What if, whatever you are asking to have in your life that is beyond what you currently have, is available to you once you start to choose things that are out of your comfort zone, and beyond what you have chosen before?  When we do the same things, we create the same results!  Changing what is showing up in your world requires a change in your approach. Rather than deciding what is going to expand your profit and revenues in the coming year, start to get curious about what is no longer serving you, as well as what you can add to your life, to create it!  Here are 3 practices you can adopt now to create a thriving income in the new year and beyond: • Determine the amount of money that it costs you to run your life and your business.  This is not a budget!  This is a look at what you actually have been spending, and what funds you would like to have available to you every month, so that you can start asking for that amount of money to show up.  Be generous with yourself!  What amount of money would actually be FUN? • Start to look at profit as...

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Out of Sight-Out of Mind: The Reality of Disenfranchised Grief By Dr. Suzanne B. Phillips
Dec20

Out of Sight-Out of Mind: The Reality of Disenfranchised Grief By Dr. Suzanne B. Phillips...

With reference to the New York Times article “Rape, Race and the Jogger,” this blog considers how overlooked violence and murder and loss exemplifies “Disenfranchised Grief.” It considers that when the experience of violence and grief suffered by some becomes “ cut out” of the social discourse, ultimately-we all suffer. More...

What is the Business Value for Women In Leadership? By Maureen Metcalf Dec20

What is the Business Value for Women In Leadership? By Maureen Metcalf...

This blog is a companion to the interview with Susan R. Madsen and Karen Longman on VoiceAmerica “Innovative Leaders Driving Thriving Organizations” on December 20, 2016, focusing on “Women in Leadership: Why it Matters and How to Develop It.” Susan and Karen, experts and advocates for women as leaders, talk about the role women leaders play in organizations, and how we help to develop and prepare girls and women to take leadership roles. Until relatively recently, career women generally used men as role models, emulating them because they were often mentors. Early in my career I did just this. As times have changed, however, I have been trying to understand the value that we, as women leaders, bring to organizations by acting like women rather than, as I was taught, acting like men. By acting like men, we “leave part of our value on the table” because we travel through life in different bodies, being socialized differently and ultimately having different personal and professional experiences. By denying our own experiences, we leave a gap in our ability to lead effectively and minimize what we contribute to an organization. According to Susan Madsen, “Organizations will increasingly thrive when both men and women hold management and leadership roles.”  I wanted to understand these benefits women bring to organizations in leadership and management roles so that I could make a well-researched case to our readers and listeners who may question the general statements that we should include more women in management and leadership because of their differences. Susan’s work quantifies specific value and provides extensive data to support her claims. For the blog post, I quote Susan’s brief extensively, but not reference her sources. If you are interested in the specific sources, please reference her original work,...

A Life Full of Joy: Every Moment Counts By Ariel & Shya Kane Dec20

A Life Full of Joy: Every Moment Counts By Ariel & Shya Kane...

December 21: A Life Full of Joy: Every Moment Counts When you are really here, not lost in your plans or worries about the future, or tangled up in thoughts about what you would have, could have or should have done, then your life becomes vibrant. You perceive your body, your environment and the people around you in a profound way and life transforms into an exciting adventure in which every moment counts. Tune into Being Here and have this holiday time turn into a life full of joy where EVERY moment counts. Listen Live this Wednesday, December 21st at 9am PST / 12pm EST on the VoiceAmerica 7th Wave Channel. After this Wednesday, you can stream or download this episode and over 400 episodes on a wide variety of topics from our archives here. You can also listen to Being Here on the go! Stream or download new and archived episodes to your smart phone or mobile device with these applications: – Podcasts app for iPhone: https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT201859 – Stitcher Podcast app for Any Device  – VoiceAmerica app for Apple – VoiceAmerica app for...

Traditions and Rituals By Cynthia Brian...

Teens talk and the world listens every Tuesday NOON PT on the Voice America Kids Network. Produced by StarStyler® Productions, LLC and Cynthia Brian, these young adults know how to rock and express their unique views. Join the fun! Traditions allow us to go back to family memories and reminisce about the good ol’ days. Asya and Brigitte read a chapter from Cynthia Brian’s book, Be The Star You Are for Teens: Simple gifts for Living, Loving, Laughing, Learning and Leading. Asya describes the unique traditions she’s celebrated with her family. While traditions fade, memories do not. Katie Choo gave us another Aim To Shoot segment talking about the differences of traditional and non-traditional careers and how they are both important. What will a traditional careers could look like in the future? Brigitte Jia provided an insightful segment of Art Attack expressing art as the embodiment of traditions and showing how art is produced from traditions themselves. “You are the reason for the season! Celebrate and honor your traditions.” Cynthia Brian Listen at Voice America Kids Network  View Photos, Descriptions, & More at Express Yourself!™ Teen Radio HELP HURRICANE MATTHEW VICTIMS #StartWithaSmile at smile.amazon.com/ch/94-3333882 to stock up for Halloween and Amazon donates to Be The Star You Are, Inc..   What’s happening? Want to party? Visit our Event page Make a DONATION through PAYPAL GIVING FUND Help Be the Star You Are!® without spending a penny. If you’ve ever purchased a TV or computer screen, just 3 minutes of your time is needed to fill out the simple form and click submit. Every unit qualifies for a donation of about $20 to Be the Star You Are!®. You will receive a tax receipt once the donations have been dispersed. PLEASE do this today. Thanks from...

Christmas Savings, Wild Things, Peace Gardening By Cynthia Brian...

If you are looking for upbeat, life-changing, and mind stretching information, you’ve come to the right place. Hosts Cynthia Brian and Heather Brian take you on a journey of exploration that will encourage, inspire, and motivate you to make positive changes that offer life enhancing results. It’s party time on StarStyle®-Be the Star You Are!®. And YOU are invited! Join us LIVE 4-5pm Pt on Wednesdays or tune in to the archives at your leisure. Come play in StarStyle Country. Christmas is just few days away. Many people are still shopping, overspending. And creating financial problems that will last through part of the next year. Let Heather Brittany and Cynthia Brian help you live your holidays dreams without breaking the budget. It’s officially winter when suddenly your house may be invaded by uninvited varmints looking for shelter. Cynthia Brian talks with Vector Control for ways to keep the wild things away. Go ahead and ask for seconds of your Christmas feast. The foods we eat are actually really good for you! Dig into the hidden health in this holiday meal.   Gardening in December is focused on putting your beds to sleep. It’s time to pace yourself and enjoy the peace. Goddess Gardener, Cynthia Brian, sheds light in the darkness. Listen at Voice America Network   What’s happening? Want to party? Visit our Event page Make a DONATION through PAYPAL GIVING FUND Help Be the Star You Are!® without spending a penny. If you’ve ever purchased a TV or computer screen, just 3 minutes of your time is needed to fill out the simple form and click submit. Every unit qualifies for a donation of about $20 to Be the Star You Are!®. You will receive a tax receipt once the donations have been dispersed....

Radleigh Valentine: Taking The Fear Out of Spirituality By Rebekah and Boyd Campbell Dec20

Radleigh Valentine: Taking The Fear Out of Spirituality By Rebekah and Boyd Campbell...

In case you missed the show on December 19, listen to the recorded archive!  So much of our religious and spiritual backgrounds are based on fear. Organized religion pushes people into compliance with threats of a horrible afterlife.  Ancient divination tools like tarot are filled with harrowing imagery and words like “death” and “the devil.”  Our connection with the Divine should be a thing of joy, enlightenment, and pure love.  Radleigh believes it is his life purpose to help to take the fear out of spirituality and put the magic back into people’s lives where it belongs. About Radleigh Valentine: Radleigh Valentine is an internationally known speaker, author, spiritual intuitive, radio show host, and a recovering Certified Public Accountant. After leaving the corporate world, Radleigh became widely recognized as the co-author (with Doreen) of the best-selling Angel Tarot Cards, Archangel Power Tarot Cards, Guardian Angel Tarot Cards, Angel Answers Oracle Cards, Fairy Tarot Cards, and The Big Book of Angel Tarot. He is also the co-teacher with Doreen of the best selling Certified Angel Card Reader Course.   Radleigh has spoken at over 20 Hay House ICDI events and nearly 80 other programs in 9 countries in the last 4 years.  His radio show, Magical Things and his workshops are filled with laughter and learning. He has the ability to express complicated concepts with a humorous and charming optimism that will surely help lead you to the realization that “life is magic.” www.radleighvalentine.com Hay House Radio show, Magical Things with Radleigh Valentine Thursdays at 2pm Pacific, 5pm Eastern “AskRad!” Weekly Facebook Live show, Sundays at 11am Pacific, 1pm Eastern Facebook.com/RadleighValentine More...

Loving You To Pieces – Wildlife Trade with Dex Kotze and Pippa Hankinson By Eli Weiss Dec16

Loving You To Pieces – Wildlife Trade with Dex Kotze and Pippa Hankinson By Eli Weiss...

Loving You to Pieces- Join Our Wild World Talk Radio with Dex Kotze and Pippa Cobb Hankinson discussing the illegal wildlife trade. Just a few months earlier, in Kenya, thousands of poached animal skins were added to the ivory flames. We are losing our wildlife to illegal trade and insatiable demand. No matter which way you look at the economics, the demand outnumbers the supply as countless animal parts destined for foreign markets to be turned into jackets, handbags, boots, and wall hangings. Africa’s wildlife is being pillaged to supply insatiable demands in the east and the west. More...

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Take These Actions to Make LinkedIn Work for You By Marie Zimenoff
Dec16

Take These Actions to Make LinkedIn Work for You By Marie Zimenoff...

Building a professional LinkedIn profile is important. Equally important are the efforts you put into building a broad and relevant LinkedIn network and the reputation you develop through your actions using LinkedIn. In this episode of The Career Confidante, LinkedIn coach Teddy Burriss will break down building your network and reputation into workable tasks. If you want to use LinkedIn better during your career transition, to advance your career, and beyond, tune...

Radleigh Valentine: Taking The Fear Out of Spirituality By Rebekah and Boyd Campbell Dec16

Radleigh Valentine: Taking The Fear Out of Spirituality By Rebekah and Boyd Campbell...

Coming up on December 19, 2016: So much of our religious and spiritual backgrounds are based on fear. Organized religion pushes people into compliance with threats of a horrible afterlife.  Ancient divination tools like tarot are filled with harrowing imagery and words like “death” and “the devil.”  Our connection with the Divine should be a thing of joy, enlightenment, and pure love.  Radleigh believes it is his life purpose to help to take the fear out of spirituality and put the magic back into people’s lives where it belongs. Call in to the show to speak with Rebekah, Boyd and Radleigh 1-866-472-5795 or email your questions to Hello@SundraHealing.com. Listen Live Monday, December 19 at 9am Pacific Time / 12pm Eastern Time on the VoiceAmerica 7th Wave Channel. Tuesday following the show you can stream or download this episode. About Radleigh Valentine: Radleigh Valentine is an internationally known speaker, author, spiritual intuitive, radio show host, and a recovering Certified Public Accountant. After leaving the corporate world, Radleigh became widely recognized as the co-author (with Doreen) of the best-selling Angel Tarot Cards, Archangel Power Tarot Cards, Guardian Angel Tarot Cards, Angel Answers Oracle Cards, Fairy Tarot Cards, and The Big Book of Angel Tarot. He is also the co-teacher with Doreen of the best selling Certified Angel Card Reader Course.   Radleigh has spoken at over 20 Hay House ICDI events and nearly 80 other programs in 9 countries in the last 4 years.  His radio show, Magical Things and his workshops are filled with laughter and learning. He has the ability to express complicated concepts with a humorous and charming optimism that will surely help lead you to the realization that “life is magic.” Hay House Radio show, Magical Things with Radleigh Valentine Thursdays at...

Hypothyroid Mom speaking out! By Dr. John and Linda Gonino...

The mission of Hypothyroid Mom is clear – to drive awareness. The Thyroid Federation International estimates there are up to 300 million people, mostly women, with thyroid dysfunction worldwide, yet over half are unaware of their condition. I have discovered scientific research that reveals the dangers of hypothyroidism and pregnancy including miscarriage, still birth, infertility, maternal anemia, pre-eclampsia, placental abruption, postpartum hemorrhage, premature delivery, low birth weight, and deficits in intellectual development in infants. The literature also links an underactive thyroid to heart disease, diabetes, kidney disease, breast cancer, and Alzheimer’s. Despite the research connecting hypothyroidism to many of the deadliest diseases of our time, the lack of awareness is pervasive. More...

Attraction or Sales: Serving up a dish of Soul By Frances Leary Dec16

Attraction or Sales: Serving up a dish of Soul By Frances Leary...

The day of door-to-door sales is over, especially when it comes to the world of online communication. If you over-sell to your audience they will run (not walk) away. In this episode of The Soulcial Hour, with host Frances Leary and guest Shannon Shields, learn how to use communication techniques that will attract your customers to you – instead of you having to chase them down. And guess what’s at the core of this attraction process? Soulcial communication, of course. Shannon Shields is the Director of Marketing and Business Development at Wired Flare, an experienced entrepreneur, and a talented connector of people. Having graduated with a Business Management Degree from Dalhousie University, Shannon has spent time developing her skills in both corporate and self-employed settings. She is currently an active member on the Board of Directors for the St. Margaret’s Bay Chamber of Commerce and won the 2013 award for Innovation in Marketing. Shannon has a passion for client business development and is committed to supporting the companies she loves and helping them realize their online marketing potential. A lover of all things local, you’ve got a good chance of running into Shannon at any local Nova Scotia café. Be sure to say hi.  You can connect with Shannon here: http://wiredflare.com, https://twitter.com/Shanloveslocal, https://www.linkedin.com/in/shannonmshields, https://twitter.com/wiredflare, and https://www.facebook.com/WiredFlare. More...

Keeping Love Alive through Alzheimer’s By Dr. Paula joyce Dec16

Keeping Love Alive through Alzheimer’s By Dr. Paula joyce...

Dr. Gary Chapman—author, speaker, pastor, and counselor—has a passion for people and for helping them build lasting relationships. He is an internationally recognized marriage counselor and the author of The 5 Love Languages: The Secret to Love That Lasts, which has been translated into 50 languages and has sold more than 11 million copies worldwide. Now, Dr. Chapman has teamed up with health education specialist Deborah Barr, and physician and mental health counselor Edward Shaw, MD to write Keeping Love Alive as Memories Fade: The 5 Love Languages and the Alzheimer’s Journey. The book offers an innovative new application of the five love languages as tools that can help us sustain an emotional relationship with a parent or partner with Alzheimer’s. Please visit Dr. Gary Chapman online at www.5LoveLanguages.com. There’s a touching scene between a son and his aging mother in the new movie, Collateral Beauty. She starts a conversation that lacks a basis in current reality. Her son does something I’ve never seen before. Instead of trying to bring her back to his reality, he joins her fantasy world and keeps their connection alive with his open loving heart. He took what could have been a frustrating and potentially anger-filled interaction and made it into a joyful one. Alzheimer’s is a growing problem. Forty-seven million people worldwide are afflicted with the disease. It takes an enormous toll on the care-givers, who are usually the spouses or children. Most cannot afford private care and do not have access to paid social services. The result is that 40% of care-givers fall into a clinical depression. The positive feelings from a loving act reduce the patient’s agitation, which lightens the caregiver’s burden. Please join us Thursday to learn how to share love in a way that...

Stop Criticizing Yourself with Mark Coleman By Dr. Paula Joyce Dec16

Stop Criticizing Yourself with Mark Coleman By Dr. Paula Joyce...

Mark Coleman is the author of Make Peace with Your Mind and Awake in the Wild.  He is the founder of the Mindfulness Institute and has guided students on five continents as a corporate consultant, counselor, meditation teacher, and wilderness guide. He lives in Northern California.  Please visit him online at www.awakeinthewild.com. Our minds tell us stuff that isn’t true. It plagues us with beliefs we got from family, school, television or magazines. We hear messages like: you aren’t very smart; you aren’t thin enough or macho enough. The range of negativity and constant bombardment is so intense that most of us believe what we hear in our heads. We live in a constant state of not feeling good enough and of being afraid to do what we really want because we just know we would fail. The truth is that all of these messages are wrong. I was working with a client this week who believed she wasn’t articulate. When we started talking about her love of art, her whole body relaxed, she leaned back in her chair and her conversation became fluid, easy and with sophisticated language and sentence structure. This was the exact opposite of what she believed to be true. We can change those messages in our heads and then change our lives. Please join us Thursday to learn how you can be free of self-criticism. More...

The Modern Nomad on the Future of Real Estate By Jessica Stoner Dec15

The Modern Nomad on the Future of Real Estate By Jessica Stoner...

This episode of the The Future of Real Estate focuses on The Modern Nomad. There are many variations of mobile lifestyles nowadays, and it is a way of life that is expected to grow and flourish. New technologies continue to create freedoms in our lives allowing for a more mobile population. With so many people living on the road in some form or another, it will undoubtedly affect traditional real estate in a variety of ways. The show will explore what types of mobile lifestyles there are, who is embarking on them, and how this will affect real estate in the future. More...

Pace Be with You! By Cynthia Brian...

By Cynthia Brian “Adopt the pace of nature. Her secret is patience.” Ralph Waldo Emerson No, the title “Pace Be With You!” is a not a typo.   Halloween was a few weeks away when retail stores began showcasing Christmas goods. The day after Thanksgiving, Christmas carols were ubiquitous with garlands, wreaths, Santa statues, and twinkling lights adorning every space.  As much as I love the holidays, I detest the commercialization.  My sanctuary during this chaotic period is to spend quality time in a garden where the flora and fauna abide by the terms of Mother Nature. Here, there is a natural rhythm to life.  When we adopt an attitude of patience and pace ourselves, peace is the result.  Being in nature will help you achieve these secrets of living mindfully. I recently rested and rejuvenated on the verdant Caribbean island of St. Lucia where life operates at slower pace. The lush rainforests surrounded by sparking aqua seas envelope this tiny oasis providing a prescription for mindful meditation focused on nature.  The wonders of marine life with reefs vibrant and alive with coral and fish compliment the rich tropical jungles filled with the sounds and sights of birds, reptiles, and exotic creatures.  Walking through the botanical gardens is a sensory experience, definitely a sublime forest-bathing experience in the Japanese practice of shinrin-yoku. Everywhere I looked I witnessed what we refer to as “houseplants” growing naturally in the rain forest and on the Pitons.  Peace lilies, anthuriums, poinsettias, pothos, ferns, tillansia air plants, gingers, philodendrons, palms-all happily communing in this natural setting.  To see the symbiotic relationship between vines, trees, shrubs, and other plants assured me that planet Earth has a will to survive. Whether the weather was monsoon raining or brilliant sunshine, being in...

Win 1 of 5 Angel Card decks autographed by Radleigh Valentine! By Rebekah and Boyd Campbell Dec13

Win 1 of 5 Angel Card decks autographed by Radleigh Valentine! By Rebekah and Boyd Campbell...

Win 1 of 5 Angel Card decks autographed by Radleigh Valentine! It is easy, here’s how to qualify: 1. Enter your name and email address here 2. Like and Share this contest on Facebook. 3. Listen to the December 19th episode of Awakened Hearts, with special guest Radleigh Valentine, to get the secret word. When the winners are contacted, they will need to provide the secret word in order to collect their Angel Cards deck. You can listen to the show live on December 19 at 9 AM Pacific Time, or the recorded archive will be available starting December 20. Listen to show here Contest ends December 31,...

Beyond Holiday Debt with guest Simone Milasas By Heather Nichols...

Creating Beyond Holiday Debt with guest Simone Milasas This week on Voice America Empowerment, Heather Nichols delves into the area of money and finances at Christmas time with the phenomenal creator, author, and Joy of Business Founder, Simone Milasas.  Simone went from being $187,000 in debt to now having millions.  She has just launched a book called:  Getting Out of Debt Joyfully. Simone cites a lack of awareness of her financial obligations as the root of her debt with, as she says, “nothing to show for it.”  When she made the choice to have total financial awareness regardless of how uncomfortable it might be, everything began to change. Simone shares many tools from Access Consciousness™ that she used to dramatically change her financial reality without limiting her life.  One of the primary tools she used was to get out of judgment of her financial situation so that she could actually change it.  Judgment eliminates possibility; awareness expands it! Other tools specific to creating more ease with debt & finances around the holidays that Simone and Heather discussed in this episode include: • Relaxing!  And enjoying the holiday time.  Generosity of spirit is a powerful energy for creating more abundance! • Creating your Christmas and Holiday season from a space of choice rather than necessity.  What if you didn’t have to give extravagant gifts?  And what if you also could if that would be fun for you? • Using this time for creativity and expansion.  What can you do this time of year to set up your business and finances for a dynamic and expansive new year? • Don’t limit you.  When you try to limit your spending, it doesn’t end up creating more.  What revenue streams can you add to your life?  What else...

The Essential Moment: Click! By Cheryl Esposito Dec13

The Essential Moment: Click! By Cheryl Esposito...

Cheryl Esposito welcomes Carl Studna, world-renowned photographer, teacher, and author of CLICK! Choosing Love…One Frame at a Time. Carl’s intimate portraits of influential people ranging from Paul McCartney to His Holiness the Dalai Lama, are published and known worldwide. Why do photos matter? Carl says they are a “split moment in time” that is forever stilled. His work is to love the moment into being…with patience, compassion, and a way of seeing that allows the moment to reveal itself. People often tell him that they hate having their photo taken – even celebrities whose photos are seen around the world. Carl sees his role as helping them through the door of self-doubt, self-judgment and fear of being seen a certain way. Carl has created the LuminEssence Method©, a transformative process to help people show up in full presence of who they are…in front of the camera and beyond. Join Cheryl Esposito and Carl Studna to learn to allow your essential self to be...

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Holiday Shopping or Compulsive Shopping? A Painful Difference By Dr. Suzanne B. Phillips
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Holiday Shopping or Compulsive Shopping? A Painful Difference By Dr. Suzanne B. Phillips...

While everyone seems to be shopping for the Holidays, there are those for whom shopping is more addiction than choice. For them shopping like any other addiction is a desperate attempt to regulate feelings. This blog discusses the signs, symptoms  and offers some strategies for help. More...

Sarada Chiruvolu: Home at Last – Searching for Enlightenment By Rebekah and Boyd Campbell Dec13

Sarada Chiruvolu: Home at Last – Searching for Enlightenment By Rebekah and Boyd Campbell...

In case you missed the show on December 12, listen to the recorded archive! In this rich and illuminating work, Chiruvolu guides overwhelmed modern spiritual seekers on how to engage their inner lives through meditation and spiritual practice. Her autobiographical account of her personal quest for self- realization covers familiar ground from a fresh perspective. She tells in straightforward language how she came to her personal quest for self-realization in the midst of a successful pharmaceutical career. But rather than simply abandoning work and family while searching for enlightenment, Chiruvolu first found a way to incorporate her spiritual discipline into her everyday life with her husband and two daughters.  About Sarada Chiruvolu: Sarada left a pharmaceutical career to pursue a spiritual calling. She set out on a unique journey that has taken her toward attaining realization of Self or Enlightenment through many years of deep meditation. Over the years since, she continues to lead a normal family life dedicating her time toward various philanthropic pursuits where ever she can make a difference.  Her focus always is to address most of the rudimentary needs of people, because if these essentials are not taken care of then a detrimental cycle ensues. HOME AT LAST is her first book. She lives in Princeton, NJ. She travels extensively to other countries and annually to India to work toward this mission. More...

Navigating Major Challenges As A Leader By Maureen Metcalf Dec13

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This blog is a companion to the interview with George Papandreou on Voice America “Innovative Leaders Driving Thriving Organizations” on December 13, 2016 focusing on the importance of building and sustaining vitality for leaders. During the radio show, Papandreou, former prime minister of Greece, spoke about how he navigated major challenge as a leader. One of my key take-a-ways was the importance of building trust and demonstrating courage as foundational skills to leading in turbulent times. He talked about his personal experience as a refugee when his family was in exile to provide context for his views on the importance of inclusion and building alliances across borders. At the root, this interview is about how do we, as people, build common values and common rules to promote fair competition that enables us to work together across borders to solve the challenges we face as a global community. How do we emulate the metaphor of the Olympics rather than the gladiator pit? This interview offers a glimpse into his perspective. Former Prime Minister Papandreou (George) was born in Minnesota, and spent his early years in the US. He is the third-generation of his family to hold key leadership roles in Greece. George, his father, and his grandfather were all refugees at different times in their lives. In addition to the US, George lived in Canada and Sweden, and said that refugees can benefit societies because of the alliances they have built and the broad perspectives they develop by having lived and worked abroad. I took away some key points in our discussion: 1. We are interconnected. Problems in Syria and other countries impact all countries. We need to build our capacity as societies to bring in new populations. We need to invest in policies to...

Thinking Is Overrated By Ariel & Shya Kane Dec13

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December 14: Thinking Is Overrated Most people don’t actually think, they have thoughts – automatic and repetitive thoughts about themselves or their surroundings. Tune into Being Here and discover how to step out of your thoughts, into the moment and into your life. Callers welcome at Tel# 1-866-472-5795! Listen Live this Wednesday, December 14th at 9am PST / 12pm EST on the VoiceAmerica 7th Wave Channel  After this Wednesday, you can stream or download this episode and over 400 episodes on a wide variety of topics from our archives here. You can also listen to Being Here on the go! Stream or download new and archived episodes to your smart phone or mobile device with these applications: – Podcasts app for iPhone – Stitcher Podcast app for Any Device – VoiceAmerica app for Apple – VoiceAmerica app for...

The Gift of Ingenuity By Cynthia Brian...

  Teens talk and the world listens every Tuesday NOON PT on the Voice America Kids Network. Produced by StarStyler® Productions, LLC and Cynthia Brian, these young adults know how to rock and express their unique views. Join the fun! What do you think of when you hear the word “ingenuity”? For reporter, Joven Hundal, stars of the tech, gaming, motion pictures, and animation industry shine brightly.  For Asya Gonzalez, she thinks about young teens who have become mega business successes. Brigitte Jia immediately conjures up images of the great artists of the world.  The chapter, The Gift of Ingenuity, from the book, Be the Star You Are!® for Teens sparks a lively conversation about ways to be inventive and creative. A good way to learn ingenuity is to imagine how life might be without certain things. You’d be surprised at how easy it is to think of more than one way to get something done. Listen at Voice America Kids Network View Photos, Descriptions, & More at Express Yourself!™ Teen Radio HELP HURRICANE MATTHEW VICTIMS Check out our online fundraiser  and our “Strikingly Blog and Literacy Page” What’s happening? Want to party? Visit our Event page Make a DONATION through PAYPAL GIVING FUND Help Be the Star You Are!® without spending a penny. If you’ve ever purchased a TV or computer screen, just 3 minutes of your time is needed to fill out the simple form and click submit. Every unit qualifies for a donation of about $20 to Be the Star You Are!®. You will receive a tax receipt once the donations have been dispersed. PLEASE do this today. Thanks from Be the Star You Are!® Read about our SUCCESSFUL VOLUNTEERS: READ AT PRESS PASS  Catch up with all broadcasts on ITunes Buy...

Who is the Designated Driver of Your Life? By Ariel & Shya Kane Dec09

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Fact or Folklore: The Legend of Marketing By Frances Leary Dec09

Fact or Folklore: The Legend of Marketing By Frances Leary...

What is marketing really, and what does it have in common with myth and legend? In the most recent episode of The Soulcial Hour with Frances Leary, we will head down south to the swamps of Louisiana and go back in time to our host’s first search for a swamp monster that would pave her way for developing a unique folkloric approach to marketing. With special guest and folklorist, Ian Brodie, we will explore the viral nature of how contemporary legend spreads through social media and look at how an organization can use marketing to generate similar viral results. Discover the folkloric marketing principles that turn brands into legends. Ian Brodie is an Associate Professor in Folkore at Cape Breton University and an expert on the intersections of folklore, popular culture, verbal wordplay and stand-up comedy. He has served as President of the Folklore Studies Association of Canada and is the co-editor of Contemporary Legend, the journal of the International Society for Contemporary Legend Research. Ian is the author of A Vulgar Art and Old Trout Funnies: The Comic Origins of the Cape Breton Liberation Army, both available on Amazon. He also co-hosts Sweet, the Candy Podcast, which you can access at www.sweetpodcast.com. You can connect with Ian through his website www.AVulgarArt.com or on Twitter @AVulgarArt.   More...

The Stock Market: Illegal Wildlife Trade Economics with Alejandro Nadal By Eli Weiss Dec08

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Economics play a huge part in illegal wildlife trade. When we understand how macroeconomics influence pricing and multi commodity ‘black market’ trade in illicit wildlife ‘products’- such as ivory and rhino horn, we have a better understand of how to shift our focus and efforts toward systematic wide shifts and change in combatting illegal wildlife crime and trade in wildlife and natural resources. Tune in More...

How Do you Dance in the Rain? By Marni...

Doubt means “a feeling of uncertainty or lack of conviction.”  Even today I have moments of doubt.  I sometimes struggle with things I cannot control namely other peoples free will.  This is more than evident as I parent our wonderful little boy as he is healing from PTSD.  And sometimes after a struggle with something uncontrollable,  do you notice your fears enticing your feelings of self doubt.   As in my past, I witness my clients experiencing the same struggle of doubts and stuck feelings sometimes daily.  Those days I experience what I call M3 (Marni Meltdown Moment/s)where my fear has gotten hold of me and negative talk creeps in.  It happens to all of us at one point or another.  So what do you do to help yourself through it?  How do you DANCE in the Rain? I wish I had a magic wand to wave and say…POOF, all is peaceful and healed.  While I don’t have a wand, I have 6 Simple, yet extraordinary solutions that changed my life (I still use them today) and change my clients lives: These first 3 I named, The Daily 3.  Gratitude, Intention, Affirmation: listing 3 under each. Daily Gratitude:  I know everyone these days is talking about gratitude and gratitude is “trending”. Did you ever think it is gaining steam around the globe because it is working?  Daily say out loud/write down in a gratitude notebook what you are grateful for.  Struggle to come up with new ones each day.  What happens? Your vibes begin rising and when you are experiencing a delightful day, you’ll get higher.  Yet when you experience an M3 day, gratitude begins raising your vibes moving away from stuck or negativity.   I’ll get you started with a few: I am grateful for the air I breathe, my family, my friends,...

Building and Sustaining Vitality for Leaders: Ron Heifetz By Maureen Metcalf Dec08

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  This blog is a companion to Dr. Ron Heifetz’s interview focusing on the importance of building and sustaining vitality for leaders that aired on December 6, 2016 on Voice America “Innovative Leaders Driving Thriving Organizations.” Ronald Heifetz founded the Center for Public Leadership and is the King Hussein bin Talal Senior Lecturer in Public Leadership at Harvard Kennedy School. Ron is a sought-after speaker and advises heads of governments, businesses, and nonprofit organizations throughout the world. He co-developed the adaptive leadership framework. Perhaps surprisingly, Ron’s concentration on leadership—how it’s defined and how it evolves—is not his first career. He began as a physician focusing on individual symptoms and issues with his patients. He worked in prisons, then with executives providing assessments and treatment. Through his work, he learned that leadership in high positions of authority could be challenging, difficult, isolating, and lead to behaviors that are not healthy. He studied neurobiology and psychology, along with leadership, to provide himself with a foundation to develop early leadership programs at Harvard. He was in open terrain creating foundational programs. Leadership is a practice, something one does to address a set of problems in the world. It is not the same as having a position of authority. The field of leadership—how it is interpreted and perceived—is often challenging because it confuses leadership with authority and position power. We know this because we complain about the lack of leadership by people in authority. Anyone can practice leadership with or without authority. The civil rights movement is a good example of effective leaders—with no formal authority—making a significant impact. Leaders engage people in rethinking their own priorities and by examining contradictions in their value set. Generally, people rectify contradictions by putting them out of sight. People who practice...

Intro the Future of Real Estate By Jessica Stoner Dec08

Intro the Future of Real Estate By Jessica Stoner...

This is the premier episode of The Future of Real Estate Radio Show. It is an introduction to the topics that will be discussed on the show over the next many weeks and why they are important to the listeners.   This first show will feature two guests, with specific knowledge about what aspects of the future of real estate are of interest to homeowners, buyers, sellers and investors. An Intro to the Future of Real Estate This episode will touch on everything from new construction methods and emerging technology, to the very real changes in the belief systems of newer generations of home buyers, and how the Baby Boomers are still making changes that  will affect real estate. Housing will change, people’s work and lifestyle choices will change, where and how people live will change. With all of these changes, it is well worth listening in to this new, exciting show about the Future of Real Estate. More...

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2016 CALIFORNIA WOMEN’S CONFERENCE Dec 7th-8th
Dec07

2016 CALIFORNIA WOMEN’S CONFERENCE Dec 7th-8th...

DECEMBER 7th – 8th LONG BEACH | CONNECT YOUR JOURNEY The California Women’s Conference is a 2-day event with some of the world’s top speakers, entertainers, entrepreneurs, and thought leaders. It’s an event that is designed to inspire and connect you with other empowering women who are making great change in the world. It takes place once every two years! Reserve your seat now and connect your journey with women who are making moves around the globe. LET’S DO THIS! TESTIMONIALS LAILA ALI PROFESSIONAL ATHLETE “This 30 year star studded event brings together over 200 thought leaders of different ages and backgrounds to share their stories, their challenges, and their triumphs. Enjoy a wonderful time, make new friends, learn new ideas and relax in sunny California.  We learn we are truly better together!” GABARIELLE BERNSTEIN SPEAKER, COACH & AUTHOR “I’m so proud of the great work Women Network is doing for our world and to be apart of this global community and the California Women’s Conference.” Forbes Riley CEO & FITNESS EXPERT “This internationally-renowned, two-day event not only powerfully proves the part women play in success, but also shows what kind of difference we can make when we come together for the greater good.” RESERVE MY SEAT PREVIOUS SPEAKERS ARIANA HUFFINGTON Arianna Huffington launched the online site The Huffington Post, co-founding the platform with Kenneth Lerer and becoming its editor-in-chief. The site was initially known for its blogging, liberal punditry … JACK CANFIELD As the beloved originator of the Chicken Soup for the Soul® series, Jack Canfield fostered the emergence of inspirational anthologies as a genre – and watched it grow to a billion dollar market … JANE PAULEY Jane Pauley joined NBC’s Today show as a correspondent, and later co-anchored with Tom Brokaw and his replacement, Bryant Gumbel. After resigning...

The Voice of Business in Education By Cheryl Esposito Dec06

The Voice of Business in Education By Cheryl Esposito...

Cheryl Esposito welcomes Beth Misner, Corporate Vice Chair of BNI, & Co-Founder BNI Foundation. BNI is a global network of business professionals to harness the power of relationship to grow their profits. Have you heard “Giver’s Gain”? Beth Misner lives this philosophy every day, & teaches business owners to harness the power of collaboration & “noble networking” to grow our youth into strong, productive & empowered citizens through the BNI Initiative, Business Voices. More than donating money, this is about T3 – Time, Talent or Treasure. This initiative gets business people to do what they do well: identify a problem & solve it. Meeting with the principal, they ask: What are the 5 biggest problems you have?  Next, the business “Givers” go to work to find solutions to the problems, utilizing their network. Stories of success are inspiring. Join Cheryl Esposito & Beth Misner to learn how Business Voices can serve the life of a child, so perhaps that child may grow up to serve the world. More...

Andrea Perron: All Things Paranormal! By Rebekah and Boyd Campbell Dec06

Andrea Perron: All Things Paranormal! By Rebekah and Boyd Campbell...

  Andrea teaches people how to pry wide open the third eye and experience the world in a trans-dimensional way. She travels and lectures frequently about spirituality, metaphysics and all things paranormal, concentrating her research in Ufology, a lifelong fascination bearing new passion fruit in recent years. Andrea Perron is the author of the supernatural trilogy, “House of Darkness House of Light”, the true story behind the 2013 feature film “The Conjuring”. Andrea’s parents, Roger and Carolyn Perron, purchased a farm house in December of 1970. The house is a portal to the past and a passage to the future. Call in to the show to speak with Rebekah, Boyd and Andrea 1-866-472-5795 or email your questions to Hello@SundraHealing.com. Listen Live Monday, December 5 at 9am Pacific Time / 12pm Eastern Time on the VoiceAmerica 7th Wave Channel. Tuesday following the show you can stream or download this episode. About Andrea Perron: Andrea Perron is the author of the supernatural trilogy, “House of Darkness House of Light”, the true story behind the 2013 feature film “The Conjuring”. She also co-authored the historically-based mystery / thriller “IN A FLICKER” with George R. Lopez. In her travels she lectures frequently about spirituality, metaphysics and all things paranormal, concentrating her research in Ufology, a lifelong fascination bearing new passion fruit in recent years. Earning a B.A. in Philosophy and English from Chatham College in 1980, she has since worked in several fields, as an entrepreneur, youth counselor and actor, pursuing a variety of eclectic interests over the decades. Currently, Andrea is writing a screenplay of her haunting family saga, collaborating within the film industry to bring the true story to light on the silver screen. As an outspoken human rights advocate and animal rights activist, all she...

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Thinking about career transition? Here’s how to plan ahead By Marie Zimenoff
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Being Boldly You By Ariel & Shya Kane Dec06

Being Boldly You By Ariel & Shya Kane...

December 7: Being Boldly You Out of the 7 billion+ people on this planet, there is only one YOU. What if you can’t do your life wrong? On this episode of Being Here, Ariel and Shya invite you to step into your brilliance and discover what life is like when you are being boldly yourself. Callers welcome at Tel# 1-866-472-5795! Listen Live this Wednesday, December 7th at 9am PST / 12pm EST on the VoiceAmerica 7th Wave Channel.  After this Wednesday, you can stream or download this episode and over 400 episodes on a wide variety of topics from our archives here. You can also listen to Being Here on the go! Stream or download new and archived episodes to your smart phone or mobile device with these applications: – Podcasts app for iPhone – Stitcher Podcast app for Any Device – VoiceAmerica app for Apple – VoiceAmerica app for...

The Gift of Simplicity By Cynthia Brian...

  Teens talk and the world listens every Tuesday NOON PT on the Voice America Kids Network. Produced by StarStyler® Productions, LLC and Cynthia Brian, these young adults know how to rock and express their unique views. Join the fun! Life is better when it’s simple. Hosts Asya Gonzalez and Brigitte Jia read Jacqueline Tao’s chapter from Be the Star You Are!® for Teens then interview Jacqueline about her views today on simplicity. Reporter Katelyn Darrow encourages a more minimalist lifestyle. Listen for tips to help you enjoy more balance. Take a moment and drop all the materials from your hands. Temporarily abandon your computer, smart phone, TV, iPod, etc. Go to an open space outside, and observe all the simple privileges and joys that are available to you: the fresh air, good weather, nice view, quietness/excitement, food to eat, and a place to call home. Relish nature. Take note of these things and learn to appreciate the simple things. Life is simply super when we eliminate the complexities and enjoy the simple gifts. “The ability to simplify means to eliminate the unnecessary so that the necessary may speak.” Hans Hoffman Listen at Voice America Network :  hhttps://www.voiceamerica.com/episode/96124/simplicity View Photos, Descriptions, & More at Express Yourself!™ Teen Radio: http://www.starstyleradio.com/expressyourselfteenradio HELP HURRICANE MATTHEW VICTIMS Check out our online fundraiser  and our “Strikingly Blog and Literacy Page” What’s happening? Want to party? Visit our Event page Make a DONATION through PAYPAL GIVING FUND Help Be the Star You Are!® without spending a penny. If you’ve ever purchased a TV or computer screen, just 3 minutes of your time is needed to fill out the simple form and click submit. Every unit qualifies for a donation of about $20 to Be the Star You Are!®. You will...

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Human Design By Dr. Mary Anne Chase
Dec05

Human Design By Dr. Mary Anne Chase...

Human Design experts collaborated to tell their personal stories about how they discovered Human Design and share its impact in their lives and businesses. This book is about abundance, but it’s not just about wealth or money. Abundance and prosperity shows up in our lives in many ways. Sandra’s professional life has entered on physical, emotional, and spiritual healing. Her chapter focuses on the impact of Living By Design on abundance within the realms of health. Sandra is doing a drawing for a copy of the book. To enter the drawing, go to her website MiracleInspirations.com and subscribe to her newsletter. Current subscribers are welcome to enter. In the subscription form Comments box, say that you are interested in the book for one entry. For a second entry, give your #1 question about your Human Design. Sandra is offering a 10% discount on Human Design readings and reading packages. Details are available at MiracleInspirations.com. More...

Put the Fun Back into Playing Sports with Dr. Jerry Lynch By Dr. Paula Joyce Dec05

Put the Fun Back into Playing Sports with Dr. Jerry Lynch By Dr. Paula Joyce...

Sports psychologist Dr. Jerry Lynch is the author of Let Them Play and the founder/director of Way of Champions, a consulting group geared toward “mastering the inner game” for peak sports performance. The parent of four athletic kids, he has over thirty-five years of experience as a sports psychologist, coach, athlete and teacher. Drawing on his work with Olympic, NBA and NCAA champions, he transforms the lives of parents, coaches and youth athletes. Dr. Lynch has been on CBS, NBC and PBS and in the New York Times, Oprah magazine and Sports Illustrated. He received his doctorate in psychology from Penn State University and did post-doctoral work in several areas. Dr. Lynch is the author of 11 books in as many as 10 languages on coaching, leadership, spirituality of sport, warrior spirit, peak performance and sports psychology. He has DVD’s on the Way of the Champion as well as CD sets on Performance in Athletics. Please visit him online at www.wayofchampions.com When my 5-year-old son was playing soccer, the parents got together and requested that the coach resign. They were unhappy with the way he treated their children. He was yelling at the kids, benching the kids who weren’t good players and generally making the experience so unpleasant that the children didn’t want to come. Unfortunately, this is all too common and our children are suffering. The impressive thing in this instance was that despite the fact that some of the parents were friends with the coach, they had the courage to stand up to him and protect their children. There are rules on how to play various sports, but there are no rules on healthy behavior for parents and coaches. Some people need their children to be star athletes in order to feed...

School’s In Application Workshop: Supplements for Penn, Brown, Columbia, Harvard, and Cornell; Keeping Track of Your Student Loans By Elizabeth Heaton Dec02

School’s In Application Workshop: Supplements for Penn, Brown, Columbia, Harvard, and Cornell; Keeping Track of Your Student Loans By Elizabeth...

If you’ve taken out a new student loan every year or even every semester, keeping track of them can be a herculean task. Tune in for tips on how to best do this. In this week’s School’s In Application Workshop session, we’re going to talk through the supplements for Penn, Brown, Columbia, Harvard, and Cornell. With the January 1 deadlines approaching, you don’t want to miss this! About College Coach Since 1998, College Coach has been the nation’s leading provider of educational advising and 100% of our students have received acceptances. Every College Coach advisor is a full-time team member and all were admissions or finance officers at the nation’s top colleges, including Columbia, Georgetown, Harvard, and more. Tune in to Getting In: A College Coach Conversation every Thursday at 1pm PST More...

The Important Role of Women in the Buddha’s Life By Dr. Paula Joyce Dec02

The Important Role of Women in the Buddha’s Life By Dr. Paula Joyce...

Wendy Garling is a writer, mother and independent scholar. She has a BA from Wellesley College and an MA in Sanskrit language and literature from the University of California, Berkeley. Garling has been a Tibetan Buddhist practitioner since her travels to Asia in her twenties. She took refuge with HH the 16th Karmapa in San Francisco in 1976. In 1998 she began teaching in the women’s spirituality program at the Women’s Well in Concord, MA. Garling’s emphasis is on the sacred feminine and women’s stories. She also teaches Buddhism in the Lam Rim tradition in community settings. Her book is Stars at Dawn: Forgotten Stories of Women in the Buddha’s Life.  I’m a woman with 2 daughters, a daughter-in-law and 4 granddaughters. We are at-risk, as are all women around the world. In fact, because of our political situation, anyone who isn’t a heterosexual white Christian male born in the United States is at risk here, in the land of freedom! Just last week, 400 hate crimes were reported, boys were grabbing girls’ private parts in school hallways and the KKK announced a victory celebration. College campuses no longer talk about rape or sexual violence. The new terminology, non-consensual sex, is watered down and further threatens women’s safety. And “heil”, as in “Heil Hitler”, is now re-entering our language. Reports are also emerging of women who were bullied into voting for our president-elect, and Trump’s sons were shown on camera looking at their wives’ ballots to ensure they voted properly. Are we losing our rights? Please join us Thursday to learn how women, who had been written out of history, had a huge influence on shaping Buddhism. More...

Using Your Brand for Good By Frances Leary Dec02

Using Your Brand for Good By Frances Leary...

In the most recent episode of The Soulcial Hour, host Frances Leary talks with Corporate Social Responsibility expert Susan McPherson. We explore the concept of corporate social responsibility and its role in business development today. Then we delve into how we can define our corporate social responsibility and use that to drive the ways in which we make good things happen – for business growth and for a wider, positive impact. Susan McPherson is a serial connector, cause marketer, angel investor, and corporate responsibility expert. She is the founder and CEO of McPherson Strategies, a communications consultancy focusing on the intersection between brands and social good, providing storytelling, partnership creation and visibility to corporations, NGOs and social enterprises. She’s a regular contributor to HBR, Triple Pundit and Forbes and has 25+ years experience in marketing, PR, and sustainability communications. She is a featured speaker at industry events, and she founded and hosts the bi-weekly #CSRChat on Twitter. Currently, Susan invests in, and advises women-led technology start-ups, including ZADY, TheLi.st, Lover.ly, News Deeply, Hint Water, Apolitical, GoldBean and The Daily Muse.  She serves on the boards of USA for UNHCR, Girl Rising, a social action campaign/platform funded by Intel to expand girls’ education in the developing world, The PVBLIC Foundation and served on the board of Bpeace, a nonprofit dedicated to assisting women in regions of conflict and post-conflict start businesses from 2006-2012. McPherson was selected as a Vital Voices global corporate ambassador and was named as one of 40 Women to Watch Over 40, Fortune’s 55 Most Influential Women on Twitter, Elle Magazine’s Top 25 Women on Twitter and Fast Company’s 25 Smartest Women of Twitter. More...

Gimme’ Shelter By Cynthia Brian...

  “Regardless of your lot in life, build something beautiful on it.”~Zig Ziglar I was working in my orchard when I heard the screams. Never in my life had I seen four grown men run so quickly. “Are you okay?” I yelled. “What’s the commotion?” The men had been dismantling an old hot tub in a deck when their saws had unsettled a family of skunks who had made the warm, dark environment their cozy home. If you’ve had your dog sprayed by a skunk, you’ll understand. With winter on the horizon, the wild things are looking for shelter. Rats, skunks, mice, raccoons, possums, and other critters may decide that “su casa es me casa”. Although we do want to attract birds and pollinators to our gardens by providing food, water, and habitats, but we don’t want to invite the vermin into our territory. Rodents carry several diseases harmful to humans including salmonellosis, leptospirosis, haniavirus, and arenavirus.  They are not known to have rabies, but skunks can be carriers of rabies. For prevention and control I consulted with vector control inspector, Joe Cleope, at the Contra Costa Mosquito and Vector Control District.  After a few hours of discussions and inspections, I came away with effective methods of management and control to share with you. Here’s a short list of advice. Eliminate the following plants that are considered “rat condos”: ⎫ Ivy ⎫ Bamboo ⎫ Blackberries ⎫ Juniper ⎫ Honeysuckle ⎫ Pampas grass ⎫ Yucca ⎫ Star Jasmine Trim shrubbery and trees: ⎫ Keep palm tree fronds pruned or rats will nest in them. ⎫ Prune climbing vegetation on your house to discourage roof rats. ⎫ Store wood and lumber a foot away from structures and at least 18 inches above ground. ⎫ Install rodent...

Heart Chakra By Lauren Dillon-Merril Dec01

Heart Chakra By Lauren Dillon-Merril...

This week, Lauren will be sharing self-care and maintenance of the Heart Chakra, or the 4th Chakra. It exists in the center of your chest. It is the central place that Love flows through. It is all that is Love and compassion, connection, and integration. The Heart Chakra resonates with a beautiful, bright emerald green. Balancing this chakra will help you find more joy and inspiration with interactions in daily life than you have been able to before. More...

CITES A Treaty for our Times with Dr. Ronald Orenstein Part 2 By Eli Weiss Nov30

CITES A Treaty for our Times with Dr. Ronald Orenstein Part 2 By Eli Weiss...

Join Eli Weiss with Ron Orenstein for Part 2 where we discuss ivory bans, CITES, and how we can affect the future for wildlife. We Humans have been the dominant species on this planet for thousands of years and just in the past 40 or so years, we are seeing the most significant climate change in centuries, species disappearing in the blink of an eye, and the ever on-going human to human conflict. All resulting in the death of this planet we al call home. WE CAN SAVE WILDLIFE. WE CAN SAVE OURSELVES. we just have to try.. Tune in NOW!! More...

7 Habits Revealing You Have Low Self-esteem By Marni...

Years ago, my friends and family would tell me I needed to like myself more.  They said I had low self-esteem.  It frustrated me to hear what I took as judgement and criticism.  That is until the day I realized, they were right.  Self-esteem seems to be a “taboo” topic especially to admit a lack of.  It makes you vulnerable or feel somehow less than.  Yet it is so common for so many to struggle with their self-identity. How do you know if you have low self-esteem? Here are 7 habits revealing you have low self-esteem: 1) Self-doubt: literally is self-distrust, lack confidence; not believing in yourself to achieve anything or specific things you truly desire in your life, negative beliefs, living in negativity 2) Love Lack: Looking for love outside of you to fill you up and make you feel whole (emotionally and sexually); inability or difficult time accepting compliments; negative talk about self 3) Accommodating Boundaries: allowing yourself, your values, your decisions to be walked over or compromised; accommodating others at the detriment to your own needs or desires; more than compromising; giving up; expressing your boundary and not standing up for it when someone crosses it 4) Indecisive: Flip flopper, cannot make a decision, constantly questioning did you make the right decision, changing your mind (from buying shoes to choosing relationships); wishy washy; a “what if” game champ 5) Never-ending search for THE magic pill: always looking for what or who will “fix” you/your life: a better job, more money, a better relationship, more friends, better home or car, new clothes,  losing or gaining weight- instead of realizing the MAGIC is like Dorothy and the ruby slippers, it is ALWAYS inside you. 6) Drama Addiction: Drama follows you everywhere; Drama/Crisis shows up throughout...

Is It Too Good To Be True? By Marni...

I’ve been having conversations recently with a friend.  He truly wants to find and enjoy a long term committed relationship.  His relationship experience is dotted with disappointment and hurt.  He recently met someone new and they clicked. In one breath, he tells me about their amazing connection.  They enjoy spending time together, talking, intimacy, just hanging out.  They’re very attracted to each other, yet it’s much more than physical.  He spends a lot of time telling me about their connection in some detail.  They have similar values, think similarly, yet they also have some differences. Then he says “she is a unicorn”.  By definition a unicorn is a fantasy, “a mythical animal typically represented as a horse with a single straight horn projecting from its forehead.”  He follows this up saying “she seems perfect for me.  There must be something I’m not seeing.  I keep looking for what’s wrong with her.  She is too good to be true.”  Have you ever met someone amazing and thought that very same thing? “Too Good to Be True?”  It could be with a relationship, a friendship, a job, the way your life is flowing.  Anything. I had a time when I felt this way too.  It wasn’t when I met and dated my husband.  It was later AFTER we married.  Weird, I know. When you say “it’s too good to be true,” You’re questioning what is coming into your life because of your own lack of or limited belief in self-love, self-worth. You feel self-doubt which causes you to resist change, looking for “the other shoe to drop” effect, instead of embracing change. Your limiting belief is two-fold (or more): 1)   You’re missing some of the enjoyment of your relationship by focusing on some unforeseen problem (fear, anxiety)...

The Gift of Music By Cynthia Brian...

  Did you know that music heals body, mind, and spirit? Health Rap reporter Alex Pawlakos talks with hosts Zahra and Brigitte about studies that show that music is more effective than drugs. Reporter Courtney Cheng’s chapter, The Gift of Music, from Be the Star You Are!® for Teens. Seo Young Kim, our newest reporter on Express Yourself!™ begins a segment called Music Magic. Seo Young believes that music tells stories, relives memories, creates special moments in our lives.  Did you know that it is known that by 4000 BCE the Egyptians had created harps and flutes, and by 3500 BC lyres and double-reeded clarinets were made? Asya Gonzalez is obsessed with music. The hosts and Asya have a lively conversation about their favorite artists and genres. Aim to Shoot Reporter Katie Choo provides a wide variety of careers available to everyone, ranging from singers and music producers to radio DJs and music directors. Turn on the music, grab your earbuds, sing, dance, and rock out. Music is a healthy exercise! Bio: SeoYoung Kim is a freshman in high school. She was born in Incheon, South Korea, and moved to America when she was in third grade. She is greatly passionate to learn more about different types of music from all over the world. She plays the violin, piano, the vibraphone, and occasionally sings. Her favorite subjects in school are history and orchestra, because she is always curious about learning about the past and predicting the future. She loves getting involved in the orchestra because she greatly values the lessons learned through teamwork and music. Listen at Voice America Network  View Photos, Descriptions, & More at Express Yourself!™ Teen Radio HELP HURRICANE MATTHEW VICTIMS Check out our online fundraiser  and our “Strikingly Blog and Literacy...

Why International Leadership Matters Now By Maureen Metcalf Nov29

Why International Leadership Matters Now By Maureen Metcalf...

At the International Leadership Association 18th Annual conference in Atlanta in October 2016 focused on the dynamics of inclusive leadership, I had the great honor of interviewing key conference speakers. These interviews will be featured on VoiceAmerica “Innovative Leaders Driving Thriving Organizations.” Not only was I honored to attend and present at the conference, I was invited to interview several key speakers and board members. This one-on-one contact allowed me to ask questions I cared about in my own journey as well as framing a conversation I thought would be interesting for our listeners. It was an opportunity to stretch my own thinking, get uncomfortable in discussions, and question my own beliefs. My intent in this blog is to share a snapshot of my take-aways and, also, to invite you to listen to the interviews and do your own summary of what you heard from this robust group of thought leaders and role models.   Metcalf & Associates developed a leadership competency focused on the mindset and behaviors required to successfully navigate the complexity we face now and will continue to face in the future. This model was published in the ILA book Leadership 2050. One of the seven competencies is intellectually versatile, welcomes collaboration in a quest for novel solutions that serve the highest outcome for all involved. This competency includes the following behaviors: • Seeks input from multiple perspectives—valuing diverse points of view • Creates solutions to complex problems by creating new approaches that did not exist, pulling together constituents in novel ways, creating broader and more creative alliances • Understands that in a time of extreme change, input from multiple stakeholders with diverse points of view are required I wanted to share some of my reflections as we kick off the...

Get Interested By Ariel & Shya Kane Nov29

Get Interested By Ariel & Shya Kane...

November 30th – Get Interested “Interest, That’s All it Takes.” ~ Ariel and Shya Kane The secret to living fully lies in taking a genuine interest in the details of your everyday life. When you do, your life transforms. Join Ariel and Shya and experience Transformation Made Easy. Callers welcome at 1-866-472-5795! Listen Live this Wednesday, November 30th at 9am PST / 12pm EST on the VoiceAmerica 7th Wave Channel.  After this Wednesday, you can stream or download this episode and over 400 episodes on a wide variety of topics from our archives here. You can also listen to Being Here on the go! Stream or download new and archived episodes to your smart phone or mobile device with these applications: – Podcasts app for iPhone – Stitcher Podcast app for Any Device  – VoiceAmerica app for Apple – VoiceAmerica app for...

Gary Renard – The Happy Dream: What it is and how to get there By Rebekah and Boyd Campbell Nov29

Gary Renard – The Happy Dream: What it is and how to get there By Rebekah and Boyd Campbell...

In case you missed the show on November 28, listen to the recorded archive! In this show Gary will describe what A Course in Miracles calls the happy dream, which is a state of peace of mind and strength of being. There is a certain technique that will be described that can be done by anyone. If applied to everyday life circumstances, relationships, situations and events, this technique will lead to the actual experience of the happy dream. Join us in this amazing discovery! About Gary Renard: Gary R. Renard underwent a powerful spiritual awakening in the early 1990s. As instructed by two ascended masters who appeared to him in the flesh, he wrote his first best-selling book, The Disappearance of the Universe, over a period of nine years. He was later guided to speak in public and has recently been described as one of the most interesting and courageous spiritual speakers in the world. Gary’s second book, Your Immortal Reality, was also a best-seller. Over the past five years, Gary has spoken in 41 states, 13 countries, and was the keynote speaker at the International A Course in Miracles Conferences in Salt Lake City and San Francisco. He is also the most recent recipient of the Infinity Foundation Spirit Award. The award is given to a person who has made a meaningful contribution to personal and spiritual growth. Past recipients include Dan Millman, Ram Dass, Gary Zukav, James Redfield and Neale Donald Walsch. Website: www.GaryRenard.com More...

A Journey to The Soul of Business: Compassionate Capitalism By Cheryl Esposito Nov28

A Journey to The Soul of Business: Compassionate Capitalism By Cheryl Esposito...

Cheryl Esposito welcomes Blaine Bartlett, business coach & consultant, and CEO of Avatar Resources. He is Dean of Education at the World Business Academy, Adjunct Professor at Beijing University, & author of Compassionate Capitalism: A Journey To The Soul Of Business. “It’s not personal. It’s just business.” The implication here is that business is devoid of emotional impact, consequences or responsibility to humanity. Blaine Bartlett says this has wrung the soul out of business and enterprise, and the people involved. The world is waking up to the role of business as the most dominant and pervasive agent of change today. As such, Blaine insists “the fundamental purpose of business is to enhance the quality of ALL life on the planet.” …And what about those profit expectations? It’s all in how you look at it. Join Cheryl Esposito & Blaine Bartlett on the journey to the soul of business: Compassionate Capitalism. More...

What Is CITES The Long View with Dr. Ronald Orenstein Part 1 By Eli Weiss Nov23

What Is CITES The Long View with Dr. Ronald Orenstein Part 1 By Eli Weiss...

Join Eli Weiss this week with Ron Orenstein, participant and Observer at CITES since 1987, and author of eleven books on science and nature. There has been a lot of discussion on the outcome of COP 17-so I thought I would look to an expert source to get the best understanding of how we can move forward within the framework we have . In Part One We delve in to the intricacies of CITES, what it is, what it can do, what it can’t do what we can expect it to do! More...

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BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT ADVICE FOR DIGITAL MARKETERS By  Hemda Mizrahi and Joe Kashurba
Nov22

BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT ADVICE FOR DIGITAL MARKETERS By Hemda Mizrahi and Joe Kashurba...

Joe Kashurba grew the freelance web design business he started in high school into the digital agency Kashurba Web Design with a virtual team and clients around the world. As the CEO and Founder of Accelerator Consulting he also advises and mentors other freelance web designers and digital agency owners on how to develop and scale their businesses. Joe joined me on “Turn the Page” to provide guidance on how stagnating or declining companies can recharge their sales growth. In this post, he offers pointers for web design and digital marketing entrepreneurs. Here’s what he says: “Instead of being a generalist, you need to be specialist who offers specific benefits to ideal clients. Take these FOUR STEPS to get started on figuring out your niche or specialization: 1. Make a list of your top 5 best clients or customers. 2. Write down why these clients or customers chose to work with you instead of a competitor. 3. Write down what these clients or customers REALLY wanted. 4. Write down why these are your favorite clients or customers.” Joe underscores that it PAYS to specialize: “Many of the people that we’ve worked with have been able to at least double their web design and digital marketing prices. One client landed three big projects ($5K+) within a week of working with us by simply getting clear about his ideal clients and contacting people within his network who were a good fit. We helped this same client hire a part-time project manager so that he could free up his time and scale his business faster.” He suggests, “once you figure out your niche or specialization, develop specific plans and packages with set pricing geared towards your ideal clients. The step that follows is to create a marketing campaign to target...

Thanksgiving Every Day By Ariel & Shya Kane Nov22

Thanksgiving Every Day By Ariel & Shya Kane...

November 23: Thanksgiving Every Day Tune into Being Here as Ariel and Shya share the keys to cultivating a core attitude of gratitude. Listen Live this Wednesday, November 23rd at 9am PST / 12pm EST on the VoiceAmerica 7th Wave Channel After this Wednesday, you can stream or download this episode and over 400 episodes on a wide variety of topics from our archives here. You can also listen to Being Here on the go! Stream or download new and archived episodes to your smart phone or mobile device with these applications: – Podcasts app for iPhone – Stitcher Podcast app for Any Device – VoiceAmerica app for Apple – VoiceAmerica app for Android More...

The Importance Of Mental Resilience Written By Anne Staples...

The Importance Of Mental Resilience According to psychiatrists, the quality most likely to ensure good mental health, a sense of wellbeing, and the ability to cope equably with the blows dealt us by life is not courage, or positivity, or even self-belief. Instead, it is something which, while combining elements of all of these things, nonetheless exists as a broad quality in its own right. Generally, it is termed ‘mental resilience’. While the precise definition of what constitutes ‘mental resilience’ is currently really quite varied and nebulous, we all undoubtedly have some concept of what it means. It’s fortitude, inner strength, the ability to keep going and get through it, however scared, alone, or miserable you may be feeling. But what creates mental resilience? And how can we harness it for ourselves? Mental Resilience It’s hard to define precisely what makes a ‘mentally resilient’ person. Mental resilience is what causes some to forge on through grim circumstances while others have breakdowns, or give up. It’s not born of a lack of feeling – one can’t be ‘resilient’ against something which one does not experience in the first place. It’s not callousness, and nor is it bravery, precisely. It’s the ability to maintain one’s integrity, sense of identity, sense of purpose, and determination to survive throughout all – but without simultaneously disconnecting from one’s own emotions, or those of others. Mental resilience is putting a positive spin on things, without losing touch with the realities of your situation. Mental resilience is knuckling on down and striving through the hard times, without disconnecting from your emotions, or the emotions of those around you. Mental resilience is dealing with discomfort, without being ‘tough’ for the sake of ‘toughness’. It’s roughly what Rudyard Kipling was talking about in his famous...

Gay and Kathlyn Hendricks – Conscious Loving Ever After: It Just Keeps Getting Better By Rebekah and Boyd Campbell Nov22

Gay and Kathlyn Hendricks – Conscious Loving Ever After: It Just Keeps Getting Better By Rebekah and Boyd Campbell...

In case you missed the show on November 21, listen to the recorded archive! You may have heard or read that sexual fulfillment and juicy partnership have an expiration date. Don’t believe it. If you learn some simple, yet powerful practices, and if you actually practice, you can continue expanding, enjoying deep connection, and rekindling romance throughout life. We’ll be exploring the key processes in “Conscious Loving Every After,” which include: • how full-spectrum presence can replace the adrenaline addiction to blame and criticism • how to move from fear to flow • how to generate play and joy rather than routine and repetition • how to release the past to participate fully in the present In the 35+ years of their relationship, Gay and Kathlyn have bedroom and kitchen tested everything they write about. Know that you can create and sustain the relationship of your dreams one choice at a time. This show for singles, couples and professionals, will focus on those key choices. Listen Live Monday, November 21 at 9am Pacific/12pm Eastern on VoiceAmerica 7th Wave Channel. Stream or download after the show. About Gay and Kathlyn Hendricks: Gay and Kathlyn Hendricks, Ph.Ds., have been pioneers in the fields of body intelligence and relationship transformation for over forty years. They’ve mastered ways to translate powerful concepts and life skills into experiential processes where people can discover their own body intelligence and easily integrate life-changing skills. Gay and Katie have empowered hundreds of coaches around the world to add a body intelligence perspective to enhance fields from medicine to sports psychology, education and personal growth. Together they have authored 12 books, including the bestselling Conscious Loving and Conscious Loving Ever After: How to Create Thriving Relationships at Midlife and Beyond. www.hendricks.com and www.FoundationForConsciousLiving.com...

Language of the Soul: Our Sacred Purpose By Cheryl Esposito Nov21

Language of the Soul: Our Sacred Purpose By Cheryl Esposito...

Cheryl Esposito welcomes Melanie DewBerry, the “Soul Coach,” co-creator of “Choice” magazine for coaches, a “wordologist,” & educator in the power of language to shape our sense of self. Melanie says we have a problem today: intelligence trumps wisdom. And without wisdom, there is no guidance. We have forgotten how to learn from our elders, from the storied words, from the essence of experiences; and then to weave that learning with the data, facts, & logic to inform actions. We have forgotten the language of our soul, our sacred self & our purpose in the world. Melanie has a master’s degree in Asian Economic Development & Political Risk. In China she taught graduate business students & worked with the government on the pricing of goods in Latin America. She studied multiple languages, was a pioneer in the field of coaching, & mentors master coaches around the world. And…she wants us to flex our wisdom muscle. Join Cheryl Esposito & Melanie DewBerry to learn the language of the soul! More...

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Are You As Productive As You Want to Be? By Marcia Zidle
Nov21

Are You As Productive As You Want to Be? By Marcia Zidle...

Do you remember the Franklin Covey Planner? A couple of decades ago, companies helped managers to increase their productivity and transition into leaders by following a proven methodology using a day planner. You were to understand your values, define your long-term objectives and focus on your daily tasks so that they would align with corporate goals. Today’s it’s obsolete. Instead we have the smart phone revolution. See a Problem, Find a Solution, Market It! My Guest today is Zain Ali, CEO of Aezee (A to Z), who has created the first integrated app designed to allow companies to bring back leadership development for the next generation and also leverages technology to automate the manual and mundane tasks that we all do to boost our productivity. This is another entrepreneurial journey that began with a problem – how do I plan and manage my day in one application – which led to a solution: a comprehensive digital planner (the A to Z app). Listen to This Podcast and Learn * An entrepreneurial story of what it takes to turn a practical idea into a profitable reality * What the app does and how it increases work and personal productivity as well personal growth * The 5 P’s of success to lead a big project, obtain a big contract or even get a company off the ground. * How it can be used as leadership development tool that reinforces your company’s professional training initiatives. Zain’s Smart Moves Success Tip: Don’t Just Say It, Do It! We all lead very busy lives and we make commitments all the time. Each commitment that’s kept increases our leadership credibility and each commitment missed results in a loss in credibility. To make sure you deliver, document your commitments and then...

God’s Gift, Thanksgiving Thankfulness, Gardening Gratitude By Cynthia Brian...

If you are looking for upbeat, life-changing, and mind stretching information, you’ve come to the right place. Hosts Cynthia Brian and Heather Brian take you on a journey of exploration that will encourage, inspire, and motivate you to make positive changes that offer life enhancing results. It’s a party time on StarStyle®-Be the Star You Are!®. And YOU are invited! Join us LIVE 4-5pm Pt on Wednesdays or tune in to the archives at your leisure. Come play in StarStyle Country. Award winning Christian author, Lee Ann Mancini, releases her newest book in Adventures of the Sea Kids series, God’s Gift.  God gives the gift of the Messiah to the Christians and the gift of Light to the Jews. Lee Ann and Cynthia Brian discuss the meaning of gratitude, Thanksgivings, and the holidays through her colorfully illustrated children’s books. Cynthia Brian and Heather Brittany practice an attitude of gratitude on a daily basis. In T42, they talk about the meaning of Thanksgiving and the importance of appreciating the simple things in life. What are you thankful for? Pumpkins, gourds, and turkey are what we think about this time of year, but it is gratefulness that we need to grow most. Go into the garden with Goddess Gardener Cynthia Brian to find what appreciation and thanksgiving is growing in your garden. Bio: Lee Ann Mancini is currently an adjunct professor at South Florida Bible College and Theological Seminary. She has taught Bible Study for over 10 years. Lee Ann graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Religious Studies from Regent University, a Masters in Biblical and Theology Studies from Knox Seminary, and a Masters in Christian studies from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. She also received her certificate of completion from the Ravi School of Apologetics....