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63 minutes | 3 days ago
Glenn & Kristen Hemanes
My guests today on the Born To Talk Radio Show Podcast were Glenn and Kristen Hemanes. Founders of Glenn’s Designs. Glenn & Kristen. Glenn and Kristen both attended San Jose State University at the same time, but that’s not how they met. Glenn was a Taekwondo instructor, and Kristen attended his classes. The rest is history! They combined their professional skills and took Glenn’s Designs to the company it is today. Their mission is to “Create a More Emotionally Connected World Through Visually Storytelling. The importance of design conveys a message and helps people remember, especially in our highly distracted world.” In the beginning. We don’t always know when we’re kids, that what we found so fun and exciting, could lead us into a lifetime passion and profession. Glenn is a perfect example. It started with this book! He wasn’t thrilled with math, but he did love to draw, enter the “influencer” that shaped his future. Glenn shares why he loved drawing starting with this book. As he tells us, it wasn’t just the drawing but equally important was the understanding of what drawing, thus what designing meant. He actually started Glenn’s Designs while he was in college, taking courses in illustration and design. It was during that time he recognized the importance of understanding and learning about businesses and bridging function with aesthetics. Kristen has always had an “eye for design” as well. She loved art as a youth too. Making creative products especially hand-made cards for all occasions was her specialty. Kristen has a business background and experience working with Cisco Systems AT & T and OneWestBank. Now. Glenn and Kristen work together at home. They talk about how they manage their time. The essential key is good communication, timing, and scheduling with a growth mindset. Also, they never forget to have fun. Enter their Wall of Wins: Marking a visual celebration of their wins, both business and personal, big or small. You might want to try this or even designing your version of a vision board. Take-Aways. Glenn’s advice to students considering a design career. 1) Be a diligent worker. Maintain good time management skills, allowing you to get through a project with efficiency 2) A role as a designer is to marry facts and information with aesthetics of design. By doing so, it helps convey the client’s message in an easily understandable way. 3) Know what the job market demands are in the design field. Playa Venice Sunrise Rotary Club. All three of us are members of the Playa Venice Sunrise Rotary Club. Service Above Self. We will be sharing why Rotary is important to us and how we participate. They have been club members for 7 years. During that time they went on a Humanitarian Trip to Columbia in 2018. I am including the YouTube link of this inspiring trip and dedicated Rotarians that joined them. Glenn and Kristen are truly a spark! Not only do they volunteer on club projects, but they bring their humor as well. Here they are at our annual St. Patrick’s Day Rotary Bingo Fundraiser in 2019. Kristen and Glenn know how to have fun! They both have stories to share. Enjoy the show! Conversations + Connections = Community Making the world a better place. One Story at a time. What’s Your Story? I want to share it. Marsha@borntotalkradioshow.com Facebook Twitter Instagram LinkedIn The post Glenn & Kristen Hemanes appeared first on Born To Talk.
64 minutes | 10 days ago
My guest today on the Born To Talk Radio Show Podcast was Catherine Sherlock, founder of Higher Mindfulness. To begin with, Catherine shares insightful thoughts about Mindfulness, Consciousness, and Leadership. How does this apply to our personal lives and to business leaders? Mindfulness. Catherine defines Mindfulness: “Mindfulness – and the be-here-now approach – can actually decrease your awareness and the ability to connect with your greater wisdom. Surprised? The effort to constantly be ‘in-the-present’ can keep you in a mental space – essentially, stuck in your head.” So then what? She lets her mind relax. She daydreams. Now her relaxed mind is able to access new information. This can be applied to all of us when we feel stuck. Leadership. One of Catherine’s tips about leadership is her ability to elevate and inspire others to greater heights starts with elevating and inspiring themselves. As an example, to start from the inside-out, not from the traditional out-side in approach. Leading from the inside-out is about deepening your expression as a leader. She suggested, by changing our relationships to our emotions we change our relationship to ourselves. Subsequently, we can live a more empowered life and be better leaders. The Goal: Higher Mindfulness is for leaders who want to function from potential and possibility so they can enjoy a richer quality of living and working. Consciousness. Consciousness, the state of being awake and aware of one’s surroundings. Catherine speaks about her approach to meditation, connected to the idea of brain states. They are Beta, aware and alert. Alpha, more relaxed. Theta, rest and recovery, and Delta, asleep. By changing our relationship with our emotions, we empower ourselves by using our entire brain. When Catherine spoke about emotions, she wanted to be clear that not all negative emotions are harmful. In fact, stuffing negative emotions down she claims is more harmful. Instead, she suggests by embracing those emotions we can harvest wisdom to evaluate and expand consciousness. Changing consciousness is removing barriers. That’s where Catherine comes in, by seeking help to identify the problem and having the aspirations for something more. We can all learn to understand emotions and not give our power away. She gave an example about how we see things. Picture a high rise building in New York. On the first floor, there is noise and perhaps smells from the street. As you move up, you gain perspective. It’s quieter, the air quality has improved. Now you’re looking out from the Penthouse and seeing things you couldn’t see before. Therefore, you’ve expanded your feelings about what you see before you. In conclusion, Catherine stated, “You have to understand yourself and your motivations to lead others well. Bringing your whole self allows you to be fulfilled, actualized, and makes you a better leader.” Conversations + Connections = Community Making the world a better place. One Story at a time. What’s Your Story? I want to share it. Marsha@borntotalkradioshow.com Facebook Twitter Instagram LinkedIn The post Catherine Sherlock appeared first on Born To Talk.
66 minutes | 17 days ago
Here is a recap of today’s Born To Talk Radio Show Podcast with my guest Diane Kane. Diane Kane. Diane lives with her husband in Phillipston, Massachusetts. This small town in Worcester County has a population of 1,700 residents. In her early days, Diane wore many hats. First, she started cleaning the dining rooms at a 4-star restaurant. She turned that opportunity into being the assistant to the head chef! Destiny. She said, “I like challenges. I don’t always succeed, but it not because I didn’t try.” Author & Writer. Diane’s love of writing started at a very young age. In high school, her English and Creative Writing Teacher, Mrs. Roger, encouraged her to follow her writing dream. Her support has stayed with her for over 50years. She mentioned that she has a vast imagination and has always loved to read. Her subjects are about everyday life and character-driven. As you might imagine, being the mail carrier provided her opportunities to meet many people, all of whom had their own stories. Diane shared that her imagination doesn’t stop. There is always a story going on in her head. When Diane’s kids were 10 and 12 she knew she wanted to be home nights to help them with their homework. Here comes the”pivot!” The mail lady went by, and she asked if they were hiring. That was the beginning of her 25-year career as a rural mail carrier. For those of us that don’t have an appreciation of what that means, she drove from mailbox to mailbox to deliver in remote areas. Sometimes she was the only person her customers saw each day. Diane considered conversation part of her job. Many of her fiction stories are based on her real-life mail customers and mail adventures. Turning Point. In her late 50’s Diane fell and was out of work for 6 months for shoulder surgery. It turned out to be the best “trip” she ever took. This is when she was invited into a group of published authors. They took her under their wings, and they were determined to see her work published. Her first short story, The God of Honey, was published in Goose River Anthology. Anthologies are books that are collections of stories and or poetry by many different authors. Diane’s advice, “this is a great way to get your writing published.” Quabbin Quills. After being published in Goose River Anthology, Diane was invited to be one of the authors at Meet the Local Authors night at the local library. Enter Steve Piscitello, from Quabbin Quills. Steve had a dream to start a nonprofit writers group to publish anthologies of stories of local authors. He wanted to use any money made from sales to offer scholarships to local high school seniors furthering their education in writing. He always wanted to offer free writing workshops. Diane is part of 4 volunteers who volunteer their time and talents to help him fulfill his dream. And four years later, Quabbin Quills has published 3 anthologies that include seasoned authors and first-time writers. They have facilitated several free workshops. A Quabbin Quills is still going strong with another book due out at the end of this year. Diane’s Books: Diane tells us about her author friend Kathy. Kathy has had many short stories published in numerous magazines and anthologies. She wanted to put all her stories together in a book and call it Flash in the Can. Flash fiction is stories under 1,500 words. They are fast and end with a punch. They are commonly known as bathroom readers. Think of the Reader’s Digest sitting on the back of the toilet, thus the Can. This is when Diane, Kathy, Phyllis, and Sharon jumped on board. Flash in the Can One was released in 2018 and Flash in the can Two in 2020. That was no easy feat during this past year’s pandemic. Don Gateau The Three-Legged Cat of Seborga. This is another excellent story of how a reconnection on Facebook, after not being in touch for 40 years, brought her together with her friend and illustrator, Linda McCluskey all the way from Italy! All of Diane’s books are available online. Here he is! Don Gateau, the star of the book! What’s next for Diane? Her next book is Brayden the Brave. Due out in stores and children’s hospitals across the country about a baby boy born with medical issues that required surgeries. Lastly, calling all authors, tune in to hear Diane’s sage advice about self-publishing! As she said: Do it for love, not money. Then you will always be a success. Conversations + Connections = Community Making the world a better place. One Story at a time. What’s Your Story? I want to share it. Marsha@borntotalkradioshow.com Facebook Twitter Instagram LinkedIn The post Diane Kane appeared first on Born To Talk.
65 minutes | a month ago
Deborah Gregory & Sandrine Cassidy
Today’s special guests on the Born To Talk Radio Show Podcast represented The Ballona Creek Renaissance, BCR. They include volunteers, Deborah Gregory, President, and Sandrine Cassidy, Vice President. BCR Background. Ballona Creek Renaissance (BCR) is a 501c3 that’s been around for over 25 years. Originally, started by artists and activists who said that the creek looked even worse than it currently does – in fact people thought it was a waste stream! There are 10 active board members and 15 advisory board members strong. Their focus is to clean, green, and educate the residents of the watershed of the Ballona Creek. As an example, they offer public and private clean up events. They have participated in or led several native plant garden efforts or invasive plant removal. Along with that they also offer educational talks in schools and lead tours of the creek. Now they are pushing for policymaking. What’s Happening at BCR? Improvements have been made in the last decades and there is so much more to do. Beautification has been a key part of what they have done with murals, decorative gates, and safer recreational pathways. People are encouraged to enjoy the active bike path. It’s so inspiring to hear how the Culver City BCR is one of the most popular clubs at the High School. Many of the past presidents have gone onto choose environmental majors and they continue to attend and help in BCR meetings. The creek has a real community watching for it. Another project could be to add an Adopt a Creek program along the creek, with more cool/permeable pavements, star path glow in the dark pavement, and enhancing the native gardens. Challenges. Pollution is huge. It comes from 130 square miles of the city, which for now, runs down to the Ocean. Policies are not being implemented as quickly as the problem grows. There needs to be a real culture shift, where it would be practical, logical, and natural to do their part to protect nature. BCR is fighting the disposable world, the world of convenience, and the strong plastic industry. It won’t be easy for people to change their habits and needs to go hand in hand with a strong policy. It is possible. Education is important but it does not solely solve the issues… What’s next? The Interceptor is arriving next fall. It’s a floating barge that will capture the trash before it hits the ocean. Some of their trash concerns will be mitigated, but we all need to continue to be educated to appreciate the creek and all that it offers. Get Involved and Make a Difference. BCR is currently in search of people with plant knowledge and interest. They are also in search of people with a legal background. For residents, it’s about looking at what bothers you and making small changes, including the advice of steering away from plastics altogether. That’s a good start. Tips! Advice from Deb. “When it’s about to rain, in addition to dancing in the streets in joy, make an effort to pick up a 5-gallon bucket of trash – and you will know you’ve done a favor to the ocean.” Download the app CLEAN SWELL and record your numbers through BCR. You will feel so good knowing that the small 15 minutes of effort will make a huge difference in aquatic animals’ life! Advice from Sandrine. Find a system to remember your reusable bags, going out with your own utensils and water bottle, simply take them with you, it’s easy to put them in your bag every day. She has switched from plastic trash bags to paper bags made with 100% recycled content. She started shopping more at the farmer’s market to avoid all the plastic packaging or ordering boxed vegetables delivered to her house. Choose bulk rather than individual packaging, choose green cleaning products for a healthier environment. “Caring for the earth doesn’t cost money it saves money!” Lastly. Here are the 8 R’s of how to handle your trash impact: RETHINK, REFUSE, REDUCE, REUSE, REPAIR, REGIFT, RECOVER, and last one is always…RECYCLE! Making the world a better place. One Story at a time. What’s Your Story? I want to tell it. Marsha@borntotalkradioshow.com Facebook Twitter Instagram LinkedIn The post Deborah Gregory & Sandrine Cassidy appeared first on Born To Talk.
66 minutes | a month ago
My Born To Talk Radio Show Podcast, featured Author, Dr. Joel Bryant. Joel Bryant is a former corporate trainer. He has written 55 books and published 35. His latest book is The New Being. Preparing for the Emergence of a new Humanity. Volume 1 Joel’s book has 4 Chapters. The New Being. Religion and the new Being. Race and the new Being. Politics and the new Being. Are you ready for the emergence of a new humanity? Why did Joel decide to leave the corporate world and become a writer? How does he define the difference between a writer and an author? When I asked him what he read that influenced him the most, his direct answer was the “classics” especially anything by Shakespeare and Ralph Waldo Emerson. He referred to Emerson’s essay on Self-Reliance, as a game-changer in his life. Joel’s first book, Journey Toward Greatness, was released in April of 1999. In his book, each chapter moves readers toward a deep understanding and the ability to recognize success. In doing so, he defines celebrating the process instead of waiting for the destination. As our conversation unfolds, you will hear the authenticity and transparency in his voice. He knew he wanted to be a writer and worked diligently to make that happen. I was captivated by his vocabulary, which I found mesmerizing! As a Toastmaster, I truly appreciated his ability to share his story, oftentimes extemporaneously. And one could say, well why not, who knows our own story better than ourselves?! Pearls of Wisdom. “Ideas become concepts and concepts become our coordinates, and our coordinates become our compass.” “We need to change the negative narrative of human nature for the new Being to emerge.” “Evolution is not a decision.” What does Success mean to Joel? “Community.” What does Greatness mean to him, “Service.” In addition to his Pearls of Wisdom, you will be included in his journey. How many hours a day does he write? Get ready for that one! Where’s does he gather his inspiration? When can we expect Volume 2? And by the way, as a fun side note. Here’s a cliffhanger… what if he could be in a different profession? You’ll need to tune in to hear just what he said!!! Making the world a better place. One Story at a time. What’s Your Story? I want to tell it. Marsha@borntotalkradioshow.com Facebook Twitter Instagram LinkedIn The post Joel Bryant appeared first on Born To Talk.
62 minutes | a month ago
Thank you Natalie Siston for joining me on my Born To Talk Radio Show Podcast. Natalie is the founder of Small Town Leadership. Check out her YouTube as she shares her mission. Natalie. In the beginning. Did you ever wonder what life would be like living in a small town of 600? Natalie remembers exactly what that was like living with her parents and sister that is two years older. This set the stage for who Natalie is today. When she was 8 years old, she joined the 4-H club. How many of you are familiar with what they do? For Natalie, it wasn’t about the farm animals. For her, she developed skills in sewing, cooking, and public speaking. There were always contests and Natalie baked oatmeal cookies to be considered in the judging. Not only did she bake the cookies she had to teach and demonstrate this to an audience. Imagine her joy when she found out that she qualified for the State Fair. I’ll let you guess what place she won. This was a defining moment for Natalie. More than her baking, her public speaking became her passion. Along with her passion for speaking was equally her passion for writing. Enter…Her Diary. Dear Diary, how many of you can remember those words? That’s how it started. Natalie has all of her handwritten in cursive diaries from age 8-25. Can you imagine the memories collected?? Natalie went on to receive her college degrees at The Ohio State University, quite the departure from rural Republic, Ohio. But her small town foundation was laid and remains. You will hear about her cooperate world and why speaking up was so important to her. After choosing to leave her corporate life, the writer emerged. In a matter of 3 months during this pandemic, she wrote 42,000 words. But, as she mentions it was 32 years in the making. “let her out…Reclaim Who You Have Always Been” Remember Her. Reconnect to Her. Remove Barriers to Her. The book can be purchased on this link. There are tons of resources available, including her Guide book, Book Club Guide, Intermission Template, and Barrier Buster Guide. When you hold the book in your hands and see how Natalie’s crafts her chapters, you will see how looking back at our lives helps us look forward. It’s equally important to know, that this book can be for men too, by simply replacing “him” for “her.” In fact, she mentions some great tips on how to use the book. I think it might be fun to connect with my brother and see what he remembers. I’m grateful to share this Podcast with you. Here are some nuggets I learned from Natalie. Especially now: “Let her out, in a time when we all feel kept in.” “Focus on the positive.” “Dreams are bigger than fears.” I think you will find Natalie’s Story, inspiring. Making the world a better place. One Story at a time. What’s Your Story? I want to tell it. Marsha@borntotalkradioshow.com Facebook Twitter Instagram LinkedIn The post Natalie Siston appeared first on Born To Talk.
64 minutes | 2 months ago
I’m excited to start Season 4 of the Born To Talk Radio Show Podcast, with my guest Devon Blaine, President/CEO of The Blaine Group. The Blaine Group. The Blaine Group is a total communications agency. They implement consumer, trade, and financial public and investor relations. Their advertising efforts provides marketing strategy, based on conducting market research, for a diverse range of companies and organizations. Other services include creating and managing special events and fundraisers directed community relations projects. Services. In addition, The Blaine Group provides a variety of special communications services to its clients. These include managing crisis situations. Conceiving and coordinating seminars and press conferences. Event and party planning. Developing master plans and collateral materials. Also included in their services are proposal, article, letter, and speech writing. They conduct surveys and publish newsletters and brochures. Not only do they create, but they also implement. Devon shared her experiences about what all of her wide range of businesses share in common. “They are exceedingly passionate.” As you listen to her speak, it will become clear, that she too is very passionate about what she does and why. Client base. Her client base encompasses a wide range of businesses and industries. As an example, she has a particular emphasis on business-to-business communications, publicly-held companies, technology-based businesses, the medical and healthcare fields, environmental-related firms. Consumer products, publishing, fashion and beauty. Continuing education, non-profit organizations, and trade associations, and the world of show business. Devon. As a result of her many experiences in life, Devon describes herself as a risk-taker. This includes her dream to learn to fly! When I asked her how she finds time to balance, she gave me an answer that no one else has ever said. “I don’t believe in balance.” She keeps her eyes focused on the vision and mission of her business and accomplishments. In closing, Devon loves to learn and is a “good listener.” I can’t think of better attributes than understanding what her clients need and want, sometimes two different things, in order to have winning results! I’ve enjoyed working with Devon for the past 2 years and look forward to continuing this relationship with her clients this year. It’s a promising way to start the new year! I can’t wait to see who she will be connecting me with for another great conversation! Hear Devon’s Story! Making the world a better place. One Story at a time. What’s Your Story? I want to tell it. Marsha@borntotalkradioshow.com Facebook Twitter Instagram LinkedIn The post Devon Blaine appeared first on Born To Talk.
66 minutes | 2 months ago
As I end this year of my Born To Talk Radio Show Podcasts, I am grateful for my friend Farron Dozier for joining me in an hour’s worth of inspiration. The Farron Story. What do you know about Sickle Cell Trait, Anemia, and Disease? Farron highlights these differences. Little did Farron know, as a little boy, that he had Sickle Cell Trait. It wasn’t until he was in the Army, that he was diagnosed. that, in itself, is a story. He was living in a dark place physically and mentally. After many years, how did he turn his depression around? Now Farron works as an advocate to help other Veteran’s that may be suffering from mental stress. He understands it, he lived it. When asked why he considers himself a StatesMan, he referred to his pastor Dr. Myles Munroe. The message that resonated with him then and now is his spiritual walk. Farron truly cares about the next generation and community outreach. Inspiration Story. Life as a 5-year old. We spoke about Farron’s Dad. In his heartfelt YouTube, you will come to know how Farron felt about his dad. There was “something getting in the way” with his relationship with his dad. In memory of his dad who passed away in May of 2019. True love and affection. I can feel it, can’t you? Coming soon. Up next in his series of inspirational stories will be Life of an 8-year old. The Latch Key Kid of 1978. The story of Farron and his mom. I would invite you to learn more about Farron on this link. There is a wealth of information there. The Takeaways! Farron lives by the following words and principles: Thinking…Cognitive behavior. Habitual thoughts, exaggerated thoughts, and all or none. Landmark Personal and Professional Growth Program. “Who am I?” Frustrations. Calm. Courageous. Spirituality/Theology. Purpose. Passion. Gifts. When you listen to the show, this will all make sense because Farron is a StatesMan and a Humanitarian. In closing…Farron is a human “being” not a human “doing.” His story is powerful. Making the world a better place. One Story at a time. What’s Your Story? I want to tell it. Marsha@borntotalkradioshow.com Facebook Twitter Instagram LinkedIn The post Farron Dozier appeared first on Born To Talk.
64 minutes | 2 months ago
Thank you, Robert Hoyman, for joining me on today’s episode of the Born To Talk Radio Show Podcast. Robert is the author of Limerick Comics. Robert’s Background. Robert retired after 41 years as an elementary school teacher. He coached after-school athletics, rendered counseling services to children, adolescents, and their parents at a community counseling center, and worked as a competency trainer for the court system. He also served on the board of directors at the local children’s community theatre. While teaching, Robert had a favorite book that he read with his own sons and students, by Edward Leer, Book of Nonsense. Here is an example of Edward’s limerick, that Robert read on the show! “There was an Old Man with a beard, Who said, “It is just as I feared!- Two Owls and a Hen, Four Larks and a Wren, Have all built their nests in my beard!” However, what Robert came to realize was there were very few books in the library to teach the value of limericks. As he read to his students and his own kids he wanted to excite them about reading and learning. Subsequently, he began the limerick writing process with the students. They also illustrated their limericks with the pictures they drew. As you might imagine this was a fun project for his students. Fast forward, he pledged when he retired he would write a book of limericks. Enter… Limerick Comics. Now Robert has blended poetry and nonfiction in his illustrated Limerick Comics. What was important to him was combining science and history. Besides writing the words, he wanted it to be visually stimulating as well, enter Steve Feldman. They have become the dynamic duo! Here is an example of one of Robert’s limericks! “The bat in the belfry named Joe, Quite often knew not where to go. Although he was blind, He listened to find, The pulsating echo below.” This introduction to the poetry of bats does not stop there. Now, this becomes a science lesson about bats. That’s on the following page. Not only are there 32 pages of original limericks and the concept but there is also a glossary at the end. And equally exciting is along with the hardcover edition is a free PDF lesson plan for students grade levels 3-5, aligned with state standards. He has a purchase tab on his website. In today’s distance learning, you can see how students, parents, grandparents, librarians, and anyone that loves poetry can learn something new. And imagine if the verses are memorized along with the visual memory, the limerick will stick! When Robert entered his classroom every day he went with this philosophy. “I’m going to have fun today!” I’m guessing outside, the classroom that philosophy is alive and well! Tune in to hear his story! Making the world a better place. One Story at a time. What’s Your Story? I want to tell it. Marsha@borntotalkradioshow.com Facebook Twitter Instagram LinkedIn The post Robert Hoyman appeared first on Born To Talk.
64 minutes | 2 months ago
Thank you, Eileen Doyon, for joining me on my Born To Talk Radio Show Podcast. Eileen is the author of a series of 8 books, Unforgettable Faces & Stories. Most recently she has written her first children’s book, Lucky…Little Guy BIG Mission. Author. Eileen shares her inspiration for writing her books, starting with the story... The post Eileen Doyon appeared first on Born To Talk.
64 minutes | 3 months ago
Thank you, Stephanie Sampson, for joining me again on my Born To Talk Radio Show Podcast. Stephanie is the Director of Communications for Los Angeles International Airport LAX, Landside Access Modernization Program, LAMP. Let’s Take a Closer Look. Automated People Mover. APM. ... The post Stephanie Sampson appeared first on Born To Talk.
64 minutes | 3 months ago
Allen F. Maxwell
Thank you Allen F. Maxwell for joining me on my Born To Talk Radio Show Podcast. Allen. With success comes more success, when you learn how to navigate life’s systems. Don’t take anything personally, this is a waste of your time, recommends Allen F. Maxwell, Wall Street Journal and USA Today best-selling author of The... The post Allen F. Maxwell appeared first on Born To Talk.
62 minutes | 3 months ago
Thank you Paola Rosser for joining me today on the Born To Talk Radio Show Podcast. Paola is the founder of the Fearless Female Movement and Podcast Host of Journey of A Fearless Female! What does Fearless Mean to YOU? We all walk our own journey. Some journeys are filled with smooth pathways while others... The post Paola Rosser appeared first on Born To Talk.
64 minutes | 3 months ago
Once again, I had a great Podcast today. Thank you Daniel Ramsey for joining me on the Born To Talk Radio Show Podcast. I learned a great deal about MyOutDesk, your Virtual Assistant Company. How did he get started? In the beginning. Starting at age 12, Daniel was a “serial entrepreneur” in the making. Little... The post Daniel Ramsey appeared first on Born To Talk.
64 minutes | 4 months ago
This Is Autism
Thank you Jessica Leichtweisz and Aidan Allman-Cooper for joining me on my Born To Talk Radio Show Podcast, and sharing information and inspiration about autism. What is Autism? Autism, or autism spectrum disorder ASD, refers to a broad range of conditions or levels. Because autism is a spectrum disorder, each person with autism has a... The post This Is Autism appeared first on Born To Talk.
64 minutes | 4 months ago
Thank you Deb Landry for joining me on the Born To Talk Radio Show Podcast. A woman of many hats. To begin with, Deb is an author, certified parenting coach, podcast host, professional operational consultant, and activist for children’s rights. She has authored a memoir and three children’s books. Yankee Go Home, The Snapdragon Princessco-authored... The post Deb Landry appeared first on Born To Talk.
62 minutes | 4 months ago
Thank you Heather Hansen for joining me today on my Born To Talk Radio Show Podcast. It’s always interesting how I meet my guests and Heather is no exception. Thanks to a Facebook group Bird Brains, we became connected. If you love birds, you will want to check it out. In the beginning. Heather grew... The post Heather Hansen appeared first on Born To Talk.
63 minutes | 4 months ago
I hope you enjoyed another episode of the Born To Talk Radio Show Podcast, featuring Mickey Marraffino. Recap. It won’t take you long to hear the joy in Mickey’s voice. With a long career in the Shopping Centers Industry, Mickey has used that experience when she started her own company, MickeyM Marketing. Shopping Centers. If... The post Mickey Marraffino appeared first on Born To Talk.
65 minutes | 4 months ago
Author, Michael Levy
Thank you, Michael Levy, for joining me once again on my Born To Talk Radio Show Podcast. I always learn so much from you. As you listen to Michael’s story, it will become evident that his philosophy on life can be adapted to anyone that is interested in stepping into that self-awareness journey. As an... The post Author, Michael Levy appeared first on Born To Talk.
62 minutes | 5 months ago
Susan G. Komen LA County
As the host of the Born To Talk Radio Show Podcast, I couldn’t have been more excited and proud to have Susan G. Komen LA County featured once again on my Podcast. Thank you Mark Pilon, Executive Director of Susan G. Komen LA County, and Sharon Schlesinger, Founder, and Chair of the Susan G. Komen... The post Susan G. Komen LA County appeared first on Born To Talk.
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