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The Patricia Raskin Show

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Relationships, health, spirituality, finances and community concerns, reclaim control of all areas of your life with the power of positive thinking. Patricia Raskin and her guests will bring you practical, positive solutions for a happy, empowered and successful life.

Relationships, health, spirituality, finances and community concerns, reclaim control of all areas of your life with the power of positive thinking. Patricia Raskin and her guests will bring you practical, positive solutions for a happy, empowered and successful life.

Location:

East Greenwich, RI

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VoiceAmerica

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Relationships, health, spirituality, finances and community concerns, reclaim control of all areas of your life with the power of positive thinking. Patricia Raskin and her guests will bring you practical, positive solutions for a happy, empowered and successful life.

Language:

English

Contact:

P.O. Box 1439 East Greenwich, RI 02818 401-398-8114


Episodes

Encore Ken D. Foster: The Courage to Change Everything

5/31/2021
Ken D. Foster is a keynote speaker, business strategist, best-selling author, and the host of “Voices of Courage,” a radio show syndicated in more than 162 countries. In this program, Ken D. Foster will discuss his new book, “The Courage to Change Everything: Daily Strategies & Essential Wisdom to Awaken Your Inner Genius”, with listeners. Ken will describe to listeners how he is fostering courageous living around the world with his “Courage Clubs” designed to generate “A Million Acts of...

Duration:01:00:00

Monica Klausner: Veestro Plant-Based Meals

4/12/2021
Monica Klausner is the co-founder of Veestro, a 100% plant-based meal delivery service. She grew up in Costa Rica, where fresh, home-cooked meals with tons of vegetables and fruit were the daily normal. Now she's bringing some of that pura vida to modern American life. Veestro is pura vida delivered right to your doorstep. In this program, Monica Klausner will describe to listeners what Veestro is all about: providing what feeds us, body and soul—delicious, organic, healthy, sustainable food...

Duration:00:54:10

Mary T. O'Sullivan: The Leader You Don't Want to Be

3/29/2021
Mary T. O’Sullivan is a highly experienced Executive and Professional Coach specializing in supporting managers, executives, and leadership professionals. In this program, Mary T. O'Sullivan will discuss her new book, The Leader You Don’t Want To Be – Transform Your Leadership Style from ‘Command and Control’ to ‘Transformative Visionary’. Mary will explain to listeners how it’s beyond time for today’s leaders to throw out the “Chieftain commands all” mentality and how important it is to...

Duration:00:54:34

Barry K. Weinhold, Ph.D.: Reclaiming Your True Self

3/22/2021
Barry K. Weinhold, PhD, is Professor Emeritus at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs, a licensed psychologist since 1976, and an author or co-author of over 75 books in psychology. During this program, Dr. Barry K. Weinhold will discuss his book, GET REAL: The Hazards of Living Out of Your False Self, with listeners. Dr. Barry K. Weinhold will examine the hazards of living out of your False Self, as well as the difference between one's False Self and one's Authentic Self. During...

Duration:00:55:03

Paula Marshall: Finding the Soul of Big Business

3/15/2021
Paula Marshall is an author and has been the CEO of Bama Companies since 1984. Her vision stands as a beacon for team members, inspiring the organization to achieve the Bama mission – “People Helping People Be Successful”. Under her leadership, Bama has expanded to provide a wide variety of frozen desserts and baked goods to fast-food chains, as well as casual and family dining restaurants. She will give tips on how to make work fulfilling and productive, as well as discuss her book, Finding...

Duration:00:52:06

Derek W. Black: Schoolhouse Burning

3/8/2021
Derek W. Black is a professor at the University of South Carolina Law School as well as an outspoken advocate of the importance of public education, and his work has been published in both professional journals and the mainstream media. In this program, Derek W. Black will discuss his new book, Schoolhouse Burning, which makes a powerful case for valuing public education as a cornerstone of our nation. Shedding light on the role of public education throughout American history, Black will...

Duration:00:52:03

Jane Ward: The Tragedy of Heterosexuality

3/1/2021
In Jane Ward's book The Tragedy of Heterosexuality she discusses the constraints and miseries of straight culture, which tend to be frequently looked over. Jane calls attention to the entrapment, disappointment, unwanted sex, and countless daily injustices endured by straight women. While conservatives have long promoted the belief that homosexual relationships are unnatural, damaged, and fraught with dysfunction, Ward examines what might be gained from raising similar questions about the...

Duration:00:48:57

Marjorie Lau & Renee Ordino: Marlo Hydroponic Skincare

2/22/2021
The story of Marlo Hydroponic Skincare begins with the friendship of Marjorie Lau & Renee Ordino, who both worked for world-renowned beauty companies. They were both influenced by strong family values, a love of nature, a passion for healthy living, and making a positive difference in the world. It was the combination of their professional backgrounds — global marketing and cosmetic chemistry — along with their kindred spirits that led them to pursue a new creative challenge of researching...

Duration:00:53:37

Sheila Glazov: No Bunk, Just BS (Business Sense)

2/15/2021
Sheila Glazov is an internationally known and award-winning professional speaker, best-selling author, engaging personality expert, and passionate educator. On this program, Sheila will discuss her book No Bunk, Just BS (Business Sense). Sheila delivers straight talk, logical suggestions, and candid solutions for business owners, leaders, managers, and team members. She will provide listeners with insightful and mindful solutions that de-bunk impersonal and cynical attitudes and trendy...

Duration:00:51:26

Dr. Mark Schillinger: Challenging & Mentoring Our Teenage Sons

2/8/2021
Dr. Mark Schillinger, founder of the non-profit, Young Men’s Ultimate Weekend, (a modern-day rite of passage wilderness adventure camp) has been mentoring families for 20 years. Having successfully navigated challenges with his own teen children, his guidance and personal insights are especially key during this time when he is needed more than ever. His work with families was featured on the CNN show “This Is Life with Lisa Ling”, on November 29, 2020....

Duration:00:51:39

Mary Rockwood Lane: The Healing Arts

2/1/2021
Mary Rockwood Lane, Ph.D. is a professor, nurse, healing artist, painter, and works as a professional Caritas coach. She is the co-author with Michael Samuels, MD of Healing with the Arts; a 12-week program to heal yourself and your community. She will discuss how using art projects- including visual arts, dance, writing, and music- along with spiritual practices and guided imagery, provides the tools to heal physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual ailments. Healing with the Arts brings a...

Duration:00:53:08

Finding the Soul of Big Business

1/25/2021
Paula Marshall is an author and has been the CEO of the Bama Companies since 1984. Her vision stands as a beacon for team members, inspiring the organization to achieve the Bama mission – “People Helping People Be Successful”. Under her leadership, Bama has expanded to provide a wide variety of frozen desserts and baked goods to fast food chains, as well as casual and family dining restaurants. She will give tips on how to make work fulfilling and productive, as well as discuss her book,...

Duration:00:56:34

Dream Catcher

1/18/2021
Author and prison rights activist Amy Friedman knows how children of people in prison feel, because she offers them a safe and supportive space to share their feelings and to support each other in recognizing their strength and resilience. Seven years ago, she launched a school-based program, POPS the Club, “pain of the prison system,” with her husband, Dennis Danziger, a writer and high school teacher. POPS started as a single club at Venice High School in Los Angeles where Danziger was...

Duration:00:51:45

Wendy Adlerstein

1/11/2021
On this episode of The Patricia Raskin Show, I will be talking to Wendy Adlerstien. Wendy is an owner and Executive Director at FirstLight Home Care of West Suburban Boston and the Boston Back Bay. She will be talking about positive and healthy aging along with some current challenges such as breaking through senior isolation during the Covid-19 pandemic, changing the perspective of aging, home safety for seniors, and dementia care.

Duration:00:53:15

Embrace the Suck

1/4/2021
Brent Gleeson was a member of SEAL Team 5, some of the first SEALs deployed to Iraq in early 2003. He completed combat deployments in Iraq, Africa, and other theaters of war. After returning to civilian life, Brent earned an MBA and has built award-winning, multi-million dollar organizations that have repeatedly landed on the Inc. 500 list of fastest growing private companies. Brent is the author of Embrace The Suck, a book that empowers you to expand your comfort zones in order to live a...

Duration:00:52:11

Four Fridays

12/28/2020
Cynthia Barlow designed and conducted leadership development and facilitation programs for a wide variety of clients for over twenty-five years, She brings a wealth of people knowledge and process experience to the table, enabling me to cut to the heart of issues quickly, clearly, and compassionately. Her book Four Fridays explores the nature of life, love, loss and letting go, inspired by the passing of Christina, who was taken by cancer in 2019. Four Fridays is full of gripping moments,...

Duration:00:53:55

A Movie Lover's Search for Romance

12/21/2020
Joanna Charnas recounts 15 years of her postdivorce life in middle age. In the first section, Charnas summarizes her many dates and crushes and—one has to hand it to her—doesn’t trash a one of them. Imagine the author writing a diary before and after each date. The intriguing premise includes the interweaving of specific movies that tie into the emotions and actions of each date. Charnas is a knowledgeable movie buff who consistently compares her experiences to relevant films (e.g., Coming...

Duration:00:54:49

Our Wisdom Years

12/14/2020
Psychologist Charles Garfield asserts in OUR WISDOM YEARS: Growing Older with Joy, Fulfillment, Resilience, and No Regrets, the later years are not defined by success and self-mastery like they are for young adults. Rather, those entering their sixties find that, instead of anxiously asking, “Do I have what it takes to compete?” they find themselves wondering, “Do I have what it takes to lead a fulfilling life?” As the founder of The Shanti Project, an internationally honored volunteer...

Duration:00:52:43

Six Funerals and a Wedding

12/7/2020
Mary Odgers is the author of the new book Six Funerals and a Wedding. The story teaches the reader how it is possible to survive devastation beyond measure, to find happiness when your heart is broken beyond recognition, to pursue a new direction when your life plan has been derailed, and to even find love again when it might seem impossible. Six Funerals and a Wedding is an unconventional memoir that invites us into the markedly different stories of the treasured entities Mary loved and...

Duration:00:44:57