When life throws you into the garbage dump of life, somehow, you have to find a way to crawl out of the garbage into what is a much better environment. This is one woman’s story of how she did exactly that. I think you’ll find her inspiring in more ways than one.
Nick received, and read, copies of one hundred letters written from September 1861 to September 1863 by his great-great-grandfather, Corporal David Griffin. This is a segment of American history and an insight into a soldier serving during the Civil War. As a history teacher, David has shared his family’s legacy with his students, giving them an insight to the life of the soldier and his family during those difficult time.
The year is 1941 and a beautiful woman, internationally renowned as an actress and an outspoken critic about Hitler’s Nazism is appearing on Broadway, and is found murdered. This historical novel speaks to hidden secrets, manipulations by those in power, and so much more. The world of Broadway is not what one would imagine it to be.
There are those dedicated students of the mineral kingdom who feel that stones are tools for healing and much more. They-stones- are perceived as being teachers of ancient wisdom. Can stones help us in our everyday lives? How? We’ll find out.
Ready for some scientific stuff about quantum physics, holographic evolution, and the destiny of humanity? Well, we’ll chat about that and more. The Universe is full of mystery and we’ll touch upon some of it.
The romance game…ever challenging, and ever present! Dawn has via neuroscience, developed some perspectives about dating, losing your mind, and finding true love. Interested? Great! Tune in for some down-to-earth insights.
Leadership is more than just having a title. Cynthia has compiled wisdom from the Cherokee culture that serves anyone who wants to develop those qualities for leadership so necessary for success in any environment. We’ll be discussing the 12 lessons she has culled from Cherokee elders.
Caroline, who has a passion for nutrition and smoothies, has researched Latin American and European cultures, to bring together some wonderful liquid nutrition that actually tastes good! So have a pad of paper and pen handy to write down some of these yummy recipes that can be made in seconds!
Art therapy has enjoyed a vibrant growth in dealing with traumas of all kinds. Carol will help us to be aware of skills that we can develop so we can free ourselves from the imprisonment of ugly experiences, to be free to be the person we really are.
When an individual’s economic or a nation’s economic situation becomes threatened, havoc breaks out its ugly presence. How can we, as individuals and as a nation, support and develop that strong middle class that creates the economic strength needed? Education, being informed on multiple levels about innovation, supporting innovation, then putting out the action to take the steps of implementation. We’ll be discussing these things and more during this program.
An aging nuclear submarine, a lock-out saturation diving system and a handful of daredevil heroes…all of these ingredients and more await your reading/listening pleasure. Robert weaves history, imagination, and lots of action into this novel. Great reading for a winter’s night.
Agatha has been teaching voice for many years. One day a student said, ‘When are you going to write a book? You need to publish this information on how to use the voice.” And finally, she published this book. We’ll walk through her journey of self-discovery and experience of her life’s passion – music – and learn some of the tools she teaches that empower their voices, for singing and speaking.
This is a New Year-2017. Would you like to improve your relationships, personally, professionally, and otherwise? Georgina loves assisting people to become empowered in their associations with others and we’ll be chatting about some of her insights into options of communication that can help us through hurdles we might think are impossible.
These two men, researchers extraordinaire, bring a refreshing perspective to the joys & tribulations of being a parent. What does Dharma mean in relationship to children? Why is this so significant? And…can it help a parent deal with the unique personalities of each child? We’ll find out and I think the answers will surprise you.
Frankie is an awesome historical researcher but with this novel she steps into new territory – Parallel Universes – something we hear about but question if it is real. Join us for some out of mind conversation.
A retired professor, Elizabeth has won numerous awards for her poetry and in this publication she has created a novel of poems that touches upon the challenges of life one can experience and the joys of resolution that can fill one’s being. Bipolar, she brings awareness that regardless of what life dishes out, you can make a superb dish out of it all.
Overwhelmed procrastinators, frustrated overachievers and recovering perfectionists…this is an interview you’ll not want to miss. Sam supports you with tips and insights that will help you reach your goals, dreams, desires.
Beth will be discussing 10 steps to ease pain and how you can develop a personalize plan for pain relief. Beth is a clinical associate professor in the division of pain medicine at Stanford University.