Women For One is a community of women encouraging authenticity and inspiration around the world. The organization empower’s women of all ages, ethnicities and backgrounds to exchange authentic dialogue through telling their stories, sharing life lessons and supporting others on their growth journey.
According to Kelly McNelis Senegor, founder of Women For One, authenticity, transparency, expansion, respect, feminine principle, efficiency and clarity, serve as the guiding principles for her organization.
Join Kelly and me on Tuesday, May 21, 10-11 A.M. US to learn how you can get involved in this community, be inspired and have an opportunity to express yourself to help others.
How are we to really know God? If there are so many different faces of God reflected in the various names of God, who is the real God? The vengeful God, the judging God, the merciful God? Each of the traditional names, including the Hebrew YHWH… seemingly present only one aspect.
Acclaimed bestselling author, Rabbi Wayne Dosick, Ph.D., has applied his years of biblical scholarship to unearth The Real Name of God, resulting in a book that answers the question “Who is God?” This postulates a vastly different and more expansive understanding of God so that we can join with the divine in transcending our modern, divisive world.
Join Rabbi Dosick and me on Tuesday, May 14, 10-11 A.M. US to learn the Real Name of God that is shared by all three biblically-sourced religions, Judaism, Christianity and Islam, affirming our oneness, one God, one world, one people.
A Mother’s Day Special broadcast. Parenting Without Borders: Surprising Lessons Parents Around the World Can Teach Us. It’s a narrative and research-backed exploration of the myriad ways parents raise their children around the world.
Christine Gross Loh, Ph.D., draws on academic studies, conversations with dozens of parents, experts and teachers as well as personal experiences as a parent abroad, to reveal the surprising, often hidden ways in which culture shapes how we raise our children.
Join Christine and me on Tuesday, May 7, 10-11 A.M. US, to realize how becoming aware of the cultural norms that influence our parenting will broaden our perspective in surprising ways, benefiting us and our children.
If you are seeking to expand your knowledge on natural health and mind/body medicine, in an easy to understand and informative way, then this show is for you. Dr. Kathy Gruver, author of the award-winning book, The Alternative Medicine Cabinet, will share insights on a wide range of topics.
You will learn how to use massage therapy, homeopathic remedies and Bach Flower Essences. She will also be providing some natural solutions for common ailments such as stress, back pain, sleep issues, depression and cancer. Her book is also a resource for mind/body medicine, nutrition, and women’s health issues.
Join Dr Kathy Gruver, and me on Tuesday, April 30, 10-11 A.M. US, to satisfy your curiosity about natural health.
Novelist, J.E. Fishman, is a well-versed, traveled man, having experienced both sides of fame and fortune. Now he brings his life’s journeys into perspective in his writing in a profound way giving life to his mystery and thriller novels; The Dark Pool, Primacy, and Cadaver Blues.
Join J.E. Fishman, and me on Tuesday, April 23, 10-11 A.M. US. Learn how his life’s experiences contributed to writings and how he became a storyteller through his various novels.
Born in Rio de Janeiro, Marcela Mariz is an actress, writer, lawyer and a monthly columnist for The Orange County Register in southern California. She also works for a multinational aerospace company.
The story line of her debut Sci-fi novel, The Chosen of Gaia, mirrors Marcela’s life, which started as a dream when she was a teenager and has remained with her through 10 living arrangements and even multiple countries.
Join Marcela and I on Tuesday April 16th from 10-11 A.M. US to learn how The Chosen of Gaia and Mariz’s personal story deeply resonate in finding inspiration and empowerment through the home establishing deep family bonds no matter where one’s house may be.
Out & Equal Workplace Advocates is the world’s largest nonprofit organization specifically dedicated to creating safe and equitable workplaces for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people.
In her new book, Out & Equal at Work, founder and executive director, Selisse Berry, provides concrete examples of how workplaces around the world can value, affirm and protect the environments of diverse employees. Openly lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender executives and leaders tell their personal coming out stories and share firsthand accounts of how they work to bring lasting change to workplaces.
Join Selisse and I on Tuesday April 9th from 10-11 A.M. CT to learn how people should be judged by the work they do, rather than by their sexual orientation or gender identity, so they can support themselves, their families, and contribute to achieving a world free of discrimination for everyone.
“Bookstores hold a place in the hearts and times of our community. They are places to discover an author, a story, a life. Nothing affords the conversation and interaction among books and book lovers that a bookstore does…” – Jenny Milchman
Jenny is current on national tour to promote the literary holiday that she founded called Take Your Child to a Bookstore Day. This event is celebrated in over 350 bookstores across the US. She will also be discussing her debut thriller novel, Cover Of Snow, which was inspired in part by an experience she had as a child. The book has sold in Germany, Italy, and Norway.
Call 347.327.9995 on Tuesday April 2nd from 10-11 A.M. U.S. and learn how to nurture kids into a deep engagement with text by showing them a world where every bookstore has its own unique identity and the wealth of knowledge it has to offer.
If you are the parent of a child, from newborn to college age, with autism or Asperger’s syndrome, you will find support, advice, and insight in this special episode. Mary Beth Marsden, founder of Real Look Autism and co-author of the latest Chicken Soup for the Soul book, Raising Kids on the Spectrum, will share stories from other parents and experts.
Call 347.327.9995 on Tuesday March 26th from 10-11 A.M. U.S. to be inspired by stories covering everything from the serious side and the challenges to the lighter side and hope of helping a special child in the autism spectrum.
Pictures, capture the best and the worse of times. In his new book, “A Predicament of Innocents: Might the schools help?” photographer and progressive educator of 56 year, George Stranahan, reveals a provocative collection of essays and photographs of local schoolchildren exploring the art of teaching, the minds of children, and how the current educational infrastructure stifles the growth of both.
Call 347.327.9995 on Tuesday March 19th from 10-11 A.M. U.S. to learn about how “learning with children” rather than “teaching to them” can ultimately lead to a national dialogue about what “school” really means.