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Mark Martiak - Money Matters

Mark Martiak - Money Matters

May 21, 2019

Mark Martiak – Money Matters

Aired Tuesday, 21 May 2019, 7:00 PM EST

This week on Miracle Guidance for Everyday Life, Dr. Harra and special guest Mark Martiak teach you how to shift your money energy in your favor.

Are you living paycheck to paycheck? Struggling to pay off debt or put savings on the side? You’re not alone. They say that money doesn’t bring happiness, but it does make the world go ‘round. Spiritual as we may be in nature, the truth is that we live in a commercial world—a world that forces us to earn in order to survive. We cannot escape this fact, but we can secure our finances so that we spend less time worrying about what’s in our bank account and more time enjoying life’s precious moments. Dr. Harra and senior wealth strategist Mark Martiak will advise you on all fiscal matters. They’ll take your calls and teach you how to build financial stability through easy, everyday holistic planning.

Tune in to Miracle Guidance for Everyday Life Tuesday at 7pm ET to attract the abundance and wealth you deserve to have.

Desiree Dumonde - Finding Your Joy and Voice In the World

Desiree Dumonde - Finding Your Joy and Voice In the World

May 21, 2019

Desiree Dumonde – Finding Your Joy and Voice In the World

Aired Tuesday, 21 May 2019, 6:00 PM EST / 3:00 PM PST

Join Betsy and her guest Desiree Dumonde as they delve into how to find your joy in the world and what that looks like for you! What adventures are waiting to be explored?

Desiree Dumonde is an opera singer, vocal instructor, artist, and Certified Facilitator with Access Consciousness. She loves uplifting and illuminating the gifts within each of us, and cultivating an abundance of joy as we harness our capacities, our ability to choose, invigorate our gifts and our true nature, which is joy.

Harvey Stone - The Next Ten Years

Harvey Stone - The Next Ten Years

May 21, 2019

Harvey Stone – The Next Ten Years: Breakdown, Breakthrough and Breakaway

Aired Tuesday, 21 May 2019, 5:00 PM EST / 2:00 PM PST

Interview with Writer, Speaker, and Optimist Harvey Stone

“We live on a shrinking planet that could definitely use a good shrink.” — Swami Beyondananda

Back in my teaching days, I had a hilarious colleague who loved to channel Mel Brooks’ 2000-year-old man character, who naturally — or unnaturally — spoke with a Yiddish accent. I knew my friend was considering changing schools so when I ran into him, I asked him “So, what are you doing next year?”

And he answered in that perfect Yiddish inflection, “Oh? They’re having ANOTHER ONE?”

Apparently we are too — years, that is. And given how stressful years have been in recent years, looking into the future feels a bit like watching previews for the next dystopian epic. From a higher perspective of course, we recognize that chaos is a necessary phase of evolution.

This week’s guest, Harvey Stone — a corporate trainer, sustainability expert, and self-proclaimed optimist — has a coherent and compelling take on where we might be headed over the next decade, and has some surprising insights to help us anticipate and navigate the changes, which he calls “Disruption, Democratization, Demonetization, and Depolarization.”

He writes, “If you think the last decade was a blur, don’t blink during the next one. In fact, take a lot of photos of your world today because you may not recognize it when we welcome in 2030. Along the way, a ton of norms will be disrupted. But we’ve also got a moonshot at democratizing our world, demonetizing our costs, beginning to stabilize our climate, taking several giant steps forwards towards a more sustainable world and (hardest to believe) depolarizing out national politics.”

Harvey has been an executive speechwriter for Apple, IBM, Sony and other firms, and has consulted with companies and international agencies on sustainability and its impacts. He has written a video script for the World Bank on carbon-pricing strategies, as well as a “Climate Change and Development” training program for its internal staff and its economically-developing client countries. He has also hosted a radio show highlighting sustainability and published an action-thriller novel, “Melting Down”, to reach a broader audience with climate issues.

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How to Connect to Nature

How to Connect to Nature

May 20, 2019

How to Connect to Nature

Aired Monday, 20 May 2019, 5:00 PM EST / 2:00 PM PST

Our biggest issue using our intuitive and healing skills is learning to trust ourselves while releasing assumptions, even arrogance, about how the world really works and what our role in it is. Today we’ll discuss the mind, body, spirit aspects of connecting with nature, from conversing with giant trees to inviting the ocean to play, to blessing the rain on your way to work. This is how our ancestors lived and thrived. Call in to share your experience connecting with nature or get a quick reading.

Business Beyond Contextual Realities

Business Beyond Contextual Realities

May 20, 2019

Business Beyond Contextual Realities

Aired Monday, 20 May 2019, 4:00 PM ET

Contextual reality creates a world of judgments and beliefs with business & money. With Contextual Reality, you create your life from where do I fit, where do I benefit, where do I win, where do I lose? In JOB we invite you to function from question, choice, possibility, contribution, what you are aware of. Business beyond contextual realities is business done from what do I know? What am I capable of? What can I do? What choice have I and what can I contribute? It is a new way of creating business in the world.

Host Bios:

Rachael O’Brien, CFMW, is a Transformational Life Coach, Certified Facilitator of Access Consciousness and a Joy Of Business Facilitator.

She travels the world, facilitating workshops, that empower people to choose and create ease in all aspects of their lives. She is inspired to create a world that nurtures talent, makes the impossible possible and empowers people to create money doing what they love.

Smriti Goswami is a business mentor, life coach and certified facilitator of several Access Consciousness® special programs, including Joy of Business, Right Voice for You, Being You, and Access Bars®. She is a certified FAA Commercial Pilot, experienced glider pilot and owner of Mumbai organisation, ArtEscapades. A talented athlete and adventure sportswoman, Smriti successfully completed an intensive SCUBA course with the Indian Naval Diving Team. She is a committed advocate for women’s empowerment. She offers individual consultations and classes around the world, empowering people to think out of the box and follow their dreams. You can connect with her at www.smritigoswami.com.

Beauty in Imperfection

Beauty in Imperfection

May 20, 2019

Beauty in Imperfection

Aired Monday, 20 May 2019, 3:00 PM EST / 12:00 PM PST

What if being imperfect was actually beautiful? What have you decided is a wrongness that is actually a strongness? What if everything you thought was bad, evil, ugly and awful about you isn’t? Do you realize you are perfect in your imperfections? How wrong were you made growing up? Even in elementary school, do you remember being told that you were doing something the wrong way when you were just doing it your way? Were you ever told that everything you enjoyed about you was wrong?

Picture being in an elementary school art class. You’re sitting there, all sorts of excited, paints, pencils and pens all spread out around your piece of paper. The teacher starts the class and you are ready to draw. However, instead of allowing you to draw whatever, you have to draw this one picture, this one certain way. And if you do anything outside of that, you get scolded. You look a little confused as you learn this but shrug it off. You start drawing. The teacher is walking everyone through how to draw a quail and shows you the final picture before starting on a fresh paper. However, instead of following her, you start drawing the quail your own way and finish the whole thing. It is standing stockily with its wings spread out around it. It looks alive. A beautiful masterpiece that challenges the teacher’s work. When the teacher sees you stop working, she walks over and sees it. Her eyes sparkle with amazement as she runs her fingertips over the piece before suddenly stopping to scold you. She chastises you, telling you how wrong you are for not following her exact instructions and following your own creativity, imagination and awareness. The next week in art class, you remember how she did that and you try to conform to her point of view. For the whole time you’re in that class, you struggle and struggle, trying to make it perfect but instead you fall to the bottom of your class. What if the piece you made was simply an expression of beautiful you? What if you were never meant to do things the way others do but just the way you do? Do you realize you are brilliant in your imperfections?

Join Venus Castleberg as she explores the Beauty in Imperfection on Outside the Impossible on Monday at 12 p.m. PST/3 p.m. EST here on OmTimes Radio.

Whitney Gordon-Mead - Low Energy, Fatigue, Burnout?

Whitney Gordon-Mead - Low Energy, Fatigue, Burnout?

May 17, 2019

Whitney Gordon-Mead – Low Energy, Fatigue, Burnout? How to Reclaim Your Zest for Life

Aired Friday, 17 May 2019, 7:00 PM ET

Life is meant to be enjoyed not endured is the motto of our guest Whitney Gordon-Mead. Whitney has overcome fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue, and burnout… Now, she’s dedicated her life to helping others avoid and recover from burnout, reclaim their passion and create the life they desire, because as she says ‘life is meant to be enjoyed, not endured!’

She will share with ways to transform our daily routines and optimize the energy we have that are easy to implement and have big pay-back including:

• What is the ‘Burn-Out-Cycle,’
• Simple ways to take control of your symptoms,
• Why knowing your sleep deficit number is essential to restoring health,
• Ways to budget and optimize your energy to go from burn out to balance…
• plus much more.

About our guest: Whitney Gordon-Mead is a Speaker, Certified Life Coach, Ordained Minister, and on track to have her Doctorate in Metaphysics by the end of 2019. She has three decades of experience researching personal growth and how we heal from within and has turned her diagnosis’s of fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue, and burnout around to live her best life yet. Learn more about Whitney at https://whitneygordon-mead.com and listen to our engaging chat Friday, May 17th at 7 PM ET. Later in podcast and video.

Glenn Harrold - Sleep, Stress, & Weight

Glenn Harrold - Sleep, Stress, & Weight

May 16, 2019

Glenn Harrold – Sleep, Stress, & Weight: How Hypnotherapy is Successfully Treating These 3 Silent Killers

Aired Thursday, 16 May 2019, 7:00 PM ET

Did you know that men who only sleep five hours a night have markedly smaller testicles than men who sleep more than seven? According to neuroscientist, Matthew Walker, author of the book Why We Sleep that’s just one of the ways that the decimation of sleep throughout industrialized nations is having a catastrophic impact on our health and wellness.

The same applies to stress, which, researchers say, might be one of the most damaging toxins in our world, researchers say, of all the toxins in our world, might be one of the most damaging. In addition to rewiring your brain and contributing to anxiety and depression, if left untreated stress may lead to chronic inflammation, hypertension, heart disease, stroke, diabetes, and obesity. And right behind those and indelibly linked with them is obesity.

Glenn Harrold joins Sandie to discuss how and why hypnotherapy is proving successful in addressing these 3 silent killers where so many other methods are failing, and shares some tips on to help you destress your life, sleep well every night, and lose weight now.

GLENN HARROLD is an author, musician and experienced clinical hypnotherapist who has helped thousands of clients over a wide range of stress related problems. His unique and highly effective series of professional hypnosis and meditation recordings have sold over 10 million and are one of the world’s best-selling self-help audio ranges. He is the author of 7 self-help books and has produced 100 hypnosis and meditation audios. His Relax & Sleep Well app has become one of the world’s biggest grossing self-help apps and has been downloaded over 3 million times, and has been No. 1 in the lifestyle charts in over 50 countries.

For more info, go to: www.glennharrold.com

The Dr. Kevin Show - Eric Vollweiler

The Dr. Kevin Show - Eric Vollweiler

May 16, 2019

The Dr. Kevin Show – Eric Vollweiler

Aired Thursday, 16 May 2019, 6:00 PM ET

Eric Vollweiler has been producing and marketing film festivals and entertainment events for over 14 years over 50 different events in 9 different states. Eric’s focus is on selling sponsorships, advertising, booking entertainment professionals, public relations, social media, and production. In 2019 Eric has produced the Artists United Sundance Film Festival Mixer which was his 2nd event he produced at the Sundance Film Festival. Eric was also the marketing consultant on the Golden State Film Festival and Artemis Woman in Action Film Festival in Los Angeles, the Kansas City FilmFest International in Kansas City, the Woods Hole Film Festival in Cape Cod, MA, Eric will be producing a series of education panels on filmmaking with top industry professionals at the Toronto International Film Festival and a filmmaker workshop in Chicago.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_H9JCl3O9XM

https://www.linkedin.com/in/eric-vollweiler-7382882/

Do You Have Your Priorities?

Do You Have Your Priorities?

May 16, 2019

Do You Have Your Priorities?

Aired Thursday, 16 May 2019, 5:00 PM EST / 2:00 PM PST

Life pulls at us – children, work, loved ones, advertisers all with their own agenda and desires. Where is your life energy going? Let’s take a look at priorities — so you can make sure you’re meeting yours, and not just everyone else’s!

Guest Sophie Michele is a speaker & coach who was born and raised in Paris, France and moved to the United States to go to the University of Southern California school of Film and Television. She went on to produce large scale events such as the The Three Tenors Concert in Paris.

Sophie also worked for Rolex Watch USA and The American Funds to help them revamp their workflow processes.

Today, Sophie speaks around the world about Leadership, Business and how nothing is really wrong with you. A mom of two teenagers and successfully divorced, she has an abundance of things to talk about to shake things up.

Submit show ideas and connect at: www.meetkathywilliams.com