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Authors of Influence Radio
35 minutes | Mar 5, 2015
Turn Your Mortgage Into a Pension with Gordon Johnson
The last thing Gordon Johnson wanted to do when he grew-up was work with his dad in Life Insurance; fast forward 37 years later, and this Amazon bestselling author has had over 3 decades of experience in the financial industry, after discovering his passion for helping others with their financial planning. Learn what critical moment in Mr. Johnson's life prompted the premise of his book, along with his reflection on what has changed in the idustry over the years: has it really caught up with the our financing and incomes in 2015? This is a great listen for anyone who may be intimidated by the thought of an "invesment plan", when we may still be struggling with the day-to-day finances. Likewise, Turning Your Mortgage Into A Pension is geared towards readers, "who wouldn't typically want to pick-up a financial book." Don't be afraid to look at your future, and start thinking outside the box.
34 minutes | Feb 26, 2015
James Cloughley on Mentoring our Sons
Jim has worked in the human services field for 20 plus years; some of that time included working with men and women, as singles and couples, whose lives and families had been ravaged by alcoholism and drug addiction. His book, A Man's Work is Never Done: A Novel About Mentoring Our Sons, was as he says, a way of putting his insights into words. As a single father, we find out what inspired Jame's novel, and why the development of fictional characters was key to having readers identify with the challenges of single parenting. The epsiode also contains a conversation of innate and learned behaviours, and questioning the importance of the symbolic "right of passage" into adulthod. What does it really mean to be man in today's world? Listen in to weigh in.
26 minutes | Feb 19, 2015
Alyson Jones on Living Exceptionally
In this week's episode we sit down with Alyson Jones-- therapist, educator, and writer with a Masters in Counselling Psychology. Her book, MORE: A New Philosophy for Exceptional Living, was published in 2013 but has since gone on to win the National Indie Excellence Awards and become the 2014 International Book Awards Finalist in two categories. We find out what inspired the book, who really got her started on writing MORE one summer day out in the backyard, and what has been this biggest surpirse throughout Alyson's journey through the publishing, and continued reception of her book. Stay listening to catch a sneak peak of what's in store for her sophmore publication...
34 minutes | Feb 12, 2015
Dr. PAUL Talks Prevention and Importance of Immunizations
With the recent outbreak of measles in North America, and the controversial decision of parents choosing not to vaccinate their children-- Dr. PAUL's book, Baby Comes Home, has never been more critical as an all-encompassing guide for childcare before and after a baby is born. Beyond just looking at the parent/child relationship but also the surrounding environment and its impact, Dr. PAUL has a more holistic look on child care. He speaks on the importance of immunization and “using the science to our advantage”, stating plain and simple, “I’ve lived through diseases that have killed babies that are today prevented by vaccines.” We find out how Dr. PAUL’s writing style and inclusion of the lastest studies on epigenetics distinguishes Baby Comes Home from any other childcare book out in the market; the difference between caring for your baby and "spoiling" your baby; how neglect within the first 18 months can lead to chronic diseases later in the child's life; and just how crucial it is for parents to have a preventative mindset. Listen in to find out more about Baby Comes Home and how the tips and resources inside this must-read book can help a parent's comfort, along with helping our children have optimal prosperity in their lives.
36 minutes | Feb 4, 2015
Looking Up with Woody Wheeler
Bird watching has become one of the top ten forms of recreation world wide. Why is that? Jennifer Swanson chats with nature educator and tour guide Woody Wheeler to find out why bird watching has become a mainstream activity; what's more they discuss their experiences "tuning into nature" and the marvelous effects of simply noticing your surroundings. Just like his recently published book, Looking Up!, Woody puts a fresh spin on how we consider birds, with plenty of humour as well. Ever heard of e-birding? Any guesses on which bird is the smartest? Or the most adaptable? The answers may surprise you...
32 minutes | Oct 23, 2014
The Power Of Intention With Dr. George
How does a person face towering obstacles and come out on the other end stronger, happier, and more successful? From a life of drug dealing to life as a doctor, from addiction to sex and drugs to healing and abundance, from days confined in the darkness of a prison cell to days spent helping empower others, Dr. George Baxter-Holder introduces his inspirational journey on this episode.
24 minutes | Oct 16, 2014
Immigrant Success Planning with Atta Arghandiwal
Tune in to this episode and recieve useful tips and insider information on what it is like to be an immigrant. Atta explains first hand the troubles that immigrants face, then he goes one step further by giving proven tips and strategies that can be used by all immigrants.
38 minutes | Oct 9, 2014
Return To Food With Sherry Strong
Chances are if you are feeling flat, fat and tired, or are experiencing chronic illness, you are not eating real food. If you want to bounce out of bed feeling fit and fabulous you must find out what is and isn’t real food. Listen to Sherry Strong as she draws from her new book 'Return To Food' to further challenge prescriptive approaches to diet, eating and food.
0 minutes | Oct 2, 2014
Dementia Solutions With Karen Tyrell
29 minutes | Sep 25, 2014
Michael Jackson, the Man Behind the Mirror
22 minutes | Sep 18, 2014
Meet our Author Jasmine Bharucha
Listen to Jasmine as she talks about how we can provide young people with the tools, both at home and in school, to help them manage emotions, express themselves positively, and increase well-being is key. Who Are You? is the first in a series of groundbreaking “self-help” books by Jasmine aimed at teaching children about how to better understand themselves and connect with the others around them. Through simple illustrations and concepts, it offers self-empowering tools to increase confidence and encourage mindful behavior. Who Are You?, focuses specifically on teaching children how to break free of limiting thoughts by exploring the concept of being “limitless.”
24 minutes | Sep 16, 2014
Travelling the World with MS in a Wheelchair
Multiple Sclerosis and a wheelchair is no deterrent to adventure! Since her diagnosis with Multiple Sclerosis in 1983, Linda McGowan has tenaciously pursued her dream of travelling the globe. From viewing the top of the world from a basket on the back of a porter in Nepal, to hob-knobbing with emperor penguins at the end of the world on the Falkland Islands, listen to Linda as she describes her many adventures while traveling through vastly different countries. This podcast acts as a preview to Linda's new book 'Travelling the World with MS', which takes you on her personal journey.
0 minutes | Sep 11, 2014
The Secret Healer
Listen in as Sue Dumais shares her courageous story of self-discovery and personal transformation. After years of searching for meaning in her life, Sue had a spiritual awakening and realized her life’s purpose. With deep clarity in knowing that she had found her calling, Sue made a conscious choice to embrace her gift as an intuitive healer. Today she inspires audiences all around the world to realize the truth that their life matters!
29 minutes | Sep 9, 2014
Listen to Kelli Benis as she shares her story on her journey to releasing the shame of childhood sexual abuse. How she found her voice in a refusal to allow a painful past hinder her future, she is now determeined to inspire others to do the same.
32 minutes | Sep 4, 2014
Adoption Not An Apotion
Host Jennifer Swanson interviews Eugenea Couture in this inspiration episode. Listen as Eugenea shares her story as a young girl growing up in the foster care system.
19 minutes | Sep 3, 2014
The Rebel Publisher
Julie Salisbury, founder and CEO of Influence Publishing, introduces her new radio show Authors of Influence with host Jennifer Swanson. Julie explains how she entered the publishing world after traveling around the globe for seven years. She witnessed the many challenges and difficulties authors face in getting published. After a year of research and navigating through the publishing industry, Julie became known as the ‘Rebel Publisher.’ She saw that the publishing industry was broken and she reinvented it by creating her own Hybrid Publishing company. Julie has changed the publishing world with her new business model and the ever-growing list of high-profile, influential authors whose books she has published. This fall tune into Authors of Influence Radio every Tuesday and Thursday for new shows, where our authors share stories that influence the way we look at the world. Cannot wait until then? Go to www.influencepublishing.com for upcoming news and to see what our authors are up to.
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