Recent Podcasts

Wednesday 31st of January 2018
Fireside Talk Radio
The amazing and talented Mary Ottman shares valuable insight on how leaders can grow. An engineer by training, a wise woman by design, her practical tips on self-diagnosing ways to become a trusted and insightful leader will have you begging for more! Get the best leadership training in your week here absolutely free in only 30 minutes. Professional women (and men) will love the practical advice born out of Mary's vast experience.
Wednesday 24th of January 2018
Fireside Talk Radio
Mary Ottman share of her experience as a professional woman who was "roofied" in a work environment at 47 years old. Can it even be called date rape if the predator is someone you've known for years and thought of as a harmless friend? How does the drug effect you? How can you be fore-warned and thus, fore-armed? Mary shares her tender story and what she learned when reality set in after the initial trauma and shock wore off. This is an episode you will not want to miss. Listen and then, PLEASE, share it with your daughters and friends of all ages!
Friday 19th of January 2018
Lit Up
Angela Breidenbach discusses the elements of professional editing with author, Pencildancer, and professional editor, Jennifer Vander Klipp. Learn about Jennifer's latest novel, Protective Custody. Also on Apple Podcasts. Today's show is brought to you by the book, Worthy to Write. Pick up your copy on Amazon in either ebook or paperback. God gave you a voice and all those ideas swirling in your head for a reason: to write them so that you can make a difference in the world. Let's tackle those fears together because you are Worthy to Write! Jennifer Vander Klipp has worked for Zondervan/Harper Collins as an editor and now runs her own independent editing and publishing company. She's a mom navigating the teens while battling her daughter's juvenile arthritis, exploring the delights of her son's autism, and keeping gluten free. Find more about Jennifer's editing business: Tandem Services, Publishing Services and Creative Projects Management www.TandemServicesJVK.com Discover more about Angela Breidenbach, and her books, at http://AngelaBreidenbach.com Jennifer's book on the show today: Protective Custody
Thursday 18th of January 2018
Author U Your Guide to Book Publishing
This month on AuthorU-Your Guide to Book Publishing with host and The Book Shepherd Judith Briles, it’s been a deep dive into book marketing. From concepts, to roll up your sleeves and jump in strategies. This week, Susan Gilbert is feature. You will love her: - Mindful Marketing … Mm Mm Good positioning; - how to stay away from slime marketing; -non-nonsense updates to SEO; -projected top tips for book marketing and author positioning in 2018. Tune in to the podcast:it's another author success show from AuthorU-Your Guide to Book Publishing and The Book Shepherd, Judith Briles.
Childhood Cancer Talk Radio
Ann Graham, CEO of MIB Agents--Make-It-Better-Agents--and osteosarcoma survivor, joins us to discuss the great strides in improving outcomes for osteosarcoma patients which her organization accomplishes as they move forward. The FACTOR Conference began last year in 2017 and was enormously successful in bringing top oncologists, clinicians, patient families and advocates together to improve research funding strategies, exploring new directions in research, and expanding the scope of their mission in caring for osteosarcoma patients. On the eve of the 2018 FACTOR Conference, this deadly disease continues to affect approximately 800 children per year; it is ruthless in its action and tragic in effect on the afflicted and their families. Key to the discussion is the urgent need for greater awareness of the inadequacy of the medical research industry to adequately address the needs of the pediatric patient population with cancer.
Red State Radio
New guest Norman city council member Stephen Tyler Holman details his experience as the general manager of The Friendly Market, a glass pipe shop that was illegally raided and subjected to civil asset forfeiture at the hands of the Norman PD.
Wednesday 17th of January 2018
Fireside Talk Radio
CARE Executive Director B.J. Garrett tells the gut-wrenching story of her childhood experiences. She tells of trauma, including sexual trafficking, that was compounded by abortion. This victorious and mighty woman of God shares how she shook free of the chains introduced by her childhood experiences and became a powerful force in the fight to empower women. If you are struggling with the after-affects of abortion or love someone who is, this show will set you on a path to freedom and joy.
Harvesting Happiness
In this week's episode you will learn about: ⦾ Keys to developing emotional and physical fitness ⦾ Creating your legacy ⦾ Learning to move mindfully ⦾ Reconnecting with buried feelings as you exercise
Ghost Chronicles
New England Curiosities' Roxie Zwicker joins Anne and Ron to discuss a haunted quilt and a stone that some say contains the Devil's footprint in it.
Tuesday 16th of January 2018
Wise Health For Women Radio
Linda Kreter and WiseHealth for Women Radio presents Amy Stafford, president of Body and Soul Fitness to talk about "Physical Fitness & Emotional Health". Wellness is vitally important to health, and so are the three pillars: body, mind, and spirit. Amy is vivacious, generous, and warm guest providing nuggets of wisdom and happiness. Also on iTunes and more at www.WiseHealth.com.
Military Network Radio
Military Network Radio with Linda Kreter and Co-host Sandra Beck present the Goodrich Family and their Journey from Injury to New Opportunities. Guests Milspouse Jacqueline Goodrich and 8-year old daughter Lucy share their challenges after husband Michael was injured in AFG and medically retired. As caregiver and mom, and following a severe car accident, Jackie needed new options for schooling. Virginia Virtual Academy powered by K12, Inc. provided flexible curricula and teachers, and Operation Finally Home provided the family with a custom-build adaptive home. Jackie says: "One act of terror caused hundreds of acts of love". Everyone serves, and together we make a difference!
Dynamic Women Talk Radio
Guests Anne Tucker, Daai’yah Cixx, and Kimberly Rinaldi join Sandra and Linda for a compelling show about Emotion Commotion. How often does this emotion commotion or drama emerge in life? How does age, experience, and maturity change your view on enduring such commotion or drama? More at www.DynamicWomenTalkRadio.com, iTunes, and powered by Beck Multimedia. Celebrating vibrant, dynamic women everywhere!
Monday 15th of January 2018
Military Mom Talk Radio
Sandra Beck of Military Mom Talk Radio speaks with Joyce Buford of Second Wind about strategies, tips and techniques to help you move forward after divorce. Also on Itunes.
Outside The Box
American Patchwork and Quilting Radio
Artist, Author, teacher, designer of pretty fabrics & wonderful quilts, Shannon Orr also loves to plan! Planning what she will make is such a passion for her she created an amazing ‘Plan to Quilt’ journal! She is going to share her top planning tips with us today, I can’t wait! ----------- Award winning Quilt designer Sylvia Schaefer has a modern style with a little bit of science put in the mix. I was thrilled that this year when I was asked to Judge the Craftsy Quilt Designer Fellowship, Sylvia was the one selected. I’m really interested in how she designs and where she is heading with her business.! ------------- If you have EVERY thought a project on Pinterest was darling, and saved it, and maybe even MADE it… I can almost promise you that one of them was designed by Bev McCullough of Flamingo Toes! I’m personally a huge fan-girl, and have saved a bunch of her things to make. That map is first up, then the Flamingo.. then…. I’m excited to chat for the 2nd half of my show with Bev about all things making and hear about her new fabric lines! ------------- visit American Patchwork & Quilting at http://allpeoplequilt.com Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/apqmagazine Visit host Pat Sloan at http://www.patsloan.com
Success Profiles Radio
Luke Sabis was this week's guest on Success Profiles Radio, which was the 6-year anniversary episode. He is an independent filmmaker who co-wrote and acted in his first feature film, "Missing Child.' He also composed the score for the film. We discussed many aspects of filmmaking, including writing the story, casting, financing, promotion, distribution, and getting others to buy into the vision. In addition, we discussed developing imagination and creativity, listening to your intuition as a creative force, the biggest challenges of beginning as a filmmaker, and how to determine who to work with. We talked about these topics and so much more on the show. You can download and subscribe to Success Profiles Radio on iTunes for free. You can also listen to any previous episode at www.successprofilesradio.com
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