I would like to invite you to listen to the stories of people. These people could easily be your neighbor, your friend or a family member but you haven't met them yet...you haven't heard their story. Come and join me on a journey as we hear from those whose influence on our world is a silent yet supportive presence. Lets join them on their journey and learn from each other as we all create our pathways to have lives that are Well Lived.
Would you like to make better decisions? Do you struggle with why you make the same type of decisions over and over again? This podcast is for you! Let's explore how your personality type can affect your individual decision making process. You will learn how to identify key decision points, build a decision making model and execute a decision making process.
Although Chris did not grow up on a farm his grandparents instilled a love of gardening and nature into his life. With a background in horticulture working for NCDOT he has transformed his love of flowers into a farm visited by locals and tourists.
Marcee was educated in computers and accounting but at the age of 27 her life took a turn as she began a past time of repurposing antique furniture. Through her antiquing connections she met artists who invested in her talent and at the age of 50 she stepped away from her business career to persue her artistic passion. Her pieces sell in high end galleries and have been awarded prizes at juried competitions throughout the United St...
In his first podcast interview, award winning Silversmith Greg Segura talks about his design inspirations and his love of art.
Horticulture expert Shannon McCabe tells of her love of gardening rare vegetables and flowers as well as her time working with Baker Creek to promote Heirloom Seeds.
Join me for an in depth look into the topics of today which include History, Culture, Engineering, Economics and the Environment!
Megan has established herself within the Operatic world as a singer, marketing specialist and program coordinator for Opera Recycles. She has learned to strive for balance in her career and home life while building a solid career with the help of mentors and friends.
Educated in Marketing and Interior Design, Sabrina found her passion in glass beads left over from a jewelry making project. Her two and three dimensional designs have won artistic acclaim and are featured at art galleries in Utah, Florida and Pennsylvania.
Founded in 2011 and incorporated as a 501c3 in 2013, Leilani Mae is a full service boarding facility for horses in need of rescue. Many horses in the United States face shipment to the slaughter houses of Canada and Mexico. The founder of the rescue shares valuable information regarding current and needed legislation to protect wild horses and bred horses throughout the US from the horrible fate of the kill pens.
Runners of all levels of experience converge at Disney World to participate in race weekend in January. The 5k, 10k, Half Marathon and Marathon races are well managed and provide unique opportunities to interact with Disney characters and staff. A behind the scenes course which is updated every few years offers a glimpse into areas of the parks not typically seen by visitors. Join our guests as they share their experiences of "...
Educated at Wake Forest University in North Carolina, Tania has a varied professional background in modeling runway and print, acting as a featured extra in film productions and working as a Production Assistant as well as a Director's Assistant in Television and Major Motion Pictures.
Andrew is a self taught wire jewelry artist who resides in Montana. He shares his journey, inspiration and talent for the art of jewelry making.
An Aeronautical Engineer who worked on theoretical design of aircraft, Alina currently spends her retirement from the industry as a Non-Profit Manager and Opera Singer.
Eight year old Taylor King was having difficulty in school due to poor eyesight and mathematical comprehension. Her parents took her to a series of doctors which concluded with a geneticist and a diagnoses of a rare genetic defect-Batten's Disease. The sixteen years that followed have been an incredible journey of hope and perseverance culminating in the creation of Taylor's Tale, a nonprofit foundation that promotes geneti...
Samantha Eng is a Brand Visibility Specialist. She is experienced and highly skilled in communication, brand management, client relations, social media and public relations. These skill sets have helped her clients thrive as her independently owned marketing firm works with clients to provide the connections needed for their brand to flourish.
Veteran of the US Armed Forces and active in the Veterans Administration for many years, Dana shares her journey of growing up on a small farm in Florida to working with our Veterans.
Dr. Athey discusses her practice working with adults going through stage of life transitions, adult relationships, and children with ADD or ADHD. She provides some insight into how COVID 19 is affecting everyone.
Lana shares her story of growing up on a dairy farm in Missouri, teaching several subjects and grades in small towns and her family's journey into the world of adoption and fostering children.
Susan Mayer grew up in a Parish in rural Louisiana. Inspired by her grandparent who were home builders she pursued an education in Architecture at Louisiana Tech and ultimately changed her career path to Historical Preservation.
Lyndsee speaks about her background in the beauty industry, her sucesses in eco-couture design, modeling, the challenges of pagentry and her platform of environmental awareness. She also shares some of her personal experiences with bullying and gies advice to young women regarding keeping a positive sense of self worth in an era of Social Media.
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You might think you know what it takes to lead a happier life… more money, a better job, or Instagram-worthy vacations. You’re dead wrong. Yale professor Dr. Laurie Santos has studied the science of happiness and found that many of us do the exact opposite of what will truly make our lives better. Based on the psychology course she teaches at Yale -- the most popular class in the university’s 300-year history -- Laurie will take you through the latest scientific research and share some surprising and inspiring stories that will change the way you think about happiness. iHeartMedia is the exclusive podcast partner of Pushkin Industries.
If you've ever wanted to know about champagne, satanism, the Stonewall Uprising, chaos theory, LSD, El Nino, true crime and Rosa Parks then look no further. Josh and Chuck have you covered.