Thursday 10th of June 2021
Author U Your Guide to Book Publishing
Throughout the month of June, AuthorU-Your Guide to Book Publishing Host Dr. Judith Briles will be the solo voice on a variety of topics. This week’s is about the power and privilege of creating an Amazon Bestseller Campaign and become a true #1 on its platform—not for an hour … for many days. It’s a book marketing platform that should not be ignored. -Can being a #1 bestseller on Amazon make a difference in your book marketing forward? -Can it enhance your influence factor and expertise? -Can it increase your book sales? Why YES … YES being able to claim that you and your book is a #1 Amazon bestseller can. Whether you have a new book; one that has been limping along; or one that is an “oldie” but a “goodie”, participating in my Amazon Bestseller Campaign class is what this book coach and doctor recommends. It takes a little work, minimal moneys, and some of your time. The sooner you commit to start on the path on both, the better for your influence building, your social media presence, and of course, your book sales. Your listening takeaways include: -The Who, Where, Why, Why, and When of your campaign. -What the essential components of every campaign must include. -How to create a “set it and forget it” strategy. And, of course, much more. Tune in for lots of ideas and how-to tactics via the AuthorU-Your Guide to Book Publishing podcast. Since its inception, over 7,000,000 listeners have downloaded various shows for practical publishing and book marketing guidance. Join me and become a regular subscriber.
In Your Head with Leigh Richardson
Leigh Richardson of The Brain Performance Center and host of In Your Head with Leigh Richardson speaks with Dr. Roseann, a mental health trailblazer, founder of The Global Institute of Children’s Mental Health and media expert who is “changing the way we view and treat children’s mental health.” Leigh Richardson is also the author of Brain on Game On, available at Amazon and on The Brain Performance Center is located in Dallas, Texas and can be reached at 214-329-9017. Also on Apple Podcasts, iTunes, Google Play, Spotify, iHeart Radio and Stitcher.
Wednesday 9th of June 2021
Harvesting Happiness
People feel happier when they are emotionally engaged in meaningful conversations and when actively invested in learning something they care about. Successful people are not only knowledgeable about facts and figures, they also have multiple intelligences in several modalities. To discover how we can redesign our post-pandemic future to bring forth a more meaningful and happier life, Positive Psychology Podcast Host Lisa Cypers Kamen speaks with two authors whose latest books focus on creating emotional connection through communication tools. Fred Dust discusses his book, Making Conversation: Seven Essential Elements of Meaningful Communication and details the benefits of deeper, meaningful conversations in society. And, Dr. Thomas Hoerr describes the framework of his book, Taking Social- Emotional Learning Schoolwide: The Formative Five Success Skills for Students and Staf, and how it can positively affect teachers, faculty, students, and learning.
“You can learn more about a person in an hour of play than you can from a lifetime of conversation” – Plato Tips on creative ways to share practical and applicable ways to bridge the gap to hard topics with teens and children. How do you deal with sexting, incest and other hard conversations?
Ghost Chronicles Morning Edition
Tuesday 8th of June 2021
"Having Coffee with God: Can Religion Change Monotheism"; by Benjamin Abrahams
Indie Book Publishing
"An Angel's Tale: A Behind the Scenes Look at Salvation History"; by Francis Angelis
Xlibris On Air
"The Art of Not Knowing: Uncertainty as Possibility" by Desiree Carlson
Xlibris On Air
"The Victory of the New Man and Mysteries of God"; by Joel Zao
Christian Living That Counts
"Break the Cycle: I was the Mistress Before I Was the Wife; Now I’m the Ex-Wife, Too"; by Ros B
Ghost Chronicles International
Steve and Ron discuss haunted Margam Castle and the investigation done there by the U.K. television show Mast Haunted
Ghost Chronicles
Anne and Ron are joined by Liz Anderson from the Chester South Carolina Historical Society to disscuss the haunting at the Chester Jail.
Monday 7th of June 2021
Sparking Wholeness
Jack Bobo is the CEO of Futurity, a food foresight company that advises companies, foundations and governments on emerging food trends and consumer attitudes and behaviors related to the future of food. Recognized by Scientific American in 2015 as one of the 100 most influential people in biotechnology, Jack is a global thought leader who has delivered more than 500 speeches in 50 countries. His new book is called “Why Smart People Make Bad Food Choices.” Key Topics: - The way our brain is biased against our efforts - Why we can’t just agree to disagree - How we have less trust in authority figures about our health - Confirmation bias in excess of information available today - Why people fear certain food over others - The “naturalness” bias - Why healthy food doesn’t taste good - The history of supersizing and unit bias - The “clean your plate” method and how it works against us - How our minds can trick us with what we’re eating, and the study that confirms it - Mental fatigue and decision fatigue in eating and grocery shopping - Solutions to change the way we think about our choices - Reshaping personal food space Jack’s book is available now, and you can learn more about his work at This episode is sponsored by Talkspace. Get $100 off your first month with Talkspace when you use the code sparkingwholeness.
Motherhood Talk Radio
Sandra Beck of Motherhood Talk Radio speaks with Kristin Demery, Julie Fisk, Kendra Roehl about the cancel culture and how it is affecting our middle school and high school children. These ladies are the authors of: The One Year Daily Acts of Friendship: 365 Days to Finding, Keeping, and Loving Your Friends. Check out Best Fiends on the Apple App Store or Google Play. Also on itunes, stitcher, spotify, spreaker and I heart radio.
Im Not The Same Woman I Used To Be Im Free
Beware of Spiritual Abuse. It is prevalent in churches today. Diane continues the series she started to make you aware of Spiritual Abuse and it's warning signs.
We’ve all been there, right? We’ve all had moments when a friend lets us down. When they say something that really hurts our feelings. When we aren’t sure whether we are overreacting to a problem or we need to let it go. This is the messy part of friendship. The “gathering of grudges." It’s invisible and oozes slowly until the resentment begins to take root. Then one day you wake up and realize the friendship has changed. You feel the void inside. You drift. Then you simply get tired of feeling this way. What now? Listen in as Amberly Neese author of Common Ground, The Belonging Project and The Friendship Initiative shares her insights on - "Next steps."
These days it seems like people argue just for the sake of arguing rather than trying to find common ground. Why does every topic seems to be so polarizing? Honestly, with feelings of isolation and disconnection at an all-time high, I think people try (albeit unsuccessfully) to cling to anything that feels secure to them—at the expense of the feelings and perspectives of others. Much like an injured animal that tries, in their pain, to bite their rescuer, when we are feeling depleted and injured, we have a tendency to hurt others and undermine community in the process. Listen in for more great insight from Amberly Neese
"Rainfall"; by Traci Lynne
Xlibris On Air
"DisHarmony: A Jigsaw Collection of Misguided Dating"; by Rachel R Kovach
Sunday 6th of June 2021
Success Profiles Radio
Charlie Bailes IV was this week's guest on Success Profiles Radio. He is a top executive running a nine-figure family owned business called ABC Fine Wine & Spirits. As VP of Human Resources and Internal Distribution, he oversees 126 stores in Florida and over 1600 employees. We discussed how he started in the warehouse and worked his way through the company to his current position, how the business grew to be so big, how to hire top-level talent, the importance of having a succession plan, and the differences between running a small team vs running a large company. In addition, we discussed his company's three main core values, how he uses core values to make hiring decisions, how to know when to build the hierarchy of the company and start hiring managers, and what makes a great leader. Finally, we talked about why businesses fail, what public companies can learn from family-owned companies, valuing people over profits, and the importance of health and fitness. You can hear the show on iTunes and also at
Highroad to Humanity
Alan Steinfelds new book, Making Contact presents multiple perspectives on what no longer can be denied: UFOs and their occupants are visiting our world. Allen shares his own story of contact with us as well as what he has learned thus far from numerous interviews with people who have made contact and have a story to tell. Alan is an Explorer of consciousness. For over 30 years he has hosted and produced the weekly television series, New Realities in New York City. His Youtube Channel is New Realities