Rise ‘n Shine! Not Just for Mornings Anymore.

Rise ‘n Shine! Not Just for Mornings Anymore.

Our program helps create a world that works for everyone by focusing on how to rise and shine as individuals each day. We strive to remember that there are no small acts, and all choices have ripple effects. To create lasting happiness, healthy families and a thriving planet, we must challenge pre-conceived thoughts, beliefs and habits, while cultivating deeper gratitude. Throughout the show, we talk with authors, musicians and innovators. Some guests may remind you of things that you already know but appreciate hearing again. Others may stretch the limits of what you now consider reality, presenting the opportunity for growth and transformation. All our guests have one thing in common though: like us, they are actively engaged in helping make the world a better place in their own unique ways. They’re taking risks, rising above the past, and shining their most authentic light to help create a world where even our grandchildren’s children can thrive.... Show More

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October 20, 2020 60 min
We all have dreams we long for, as well as many things to overcome between where we are and where we wish to be. One woman has found a way to overcome the obstacles to build her life around the greatest passion she has: blessing and helping others with no strings attached. Tara Eusebi is the Founder and Chief Blesser of Bless, an app where givers can give and those in need can ask without judgment. How has Tara created a life of pa...
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2020 has been mentally and emotionally difficult for everyone in some way. If you have young children at home, how you handle these traumatic and stress-filled times will have a direct impact on your child’s development. To give our children the best head start in life that we can, we need to learn – and teach – skills for increasing mental health and resiliency. In this episode, we talk with Elisha A. Galambos of EAG Innovation ab...
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Nurturing a child in the right ways is vital to helping a young brain develop the foundation it needs for future health, learning, behavior, social connection, emotional intelligence, and even the physical abilities required for success and well-being. In this episode, we talk with early brain development specialist, Deborah McNelis, about the 4 essential elements that create great connections, with an emphasis on developing pathwa...
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The novel Coronavirus has brought with it a lot of tragedy, devastation, and chaos; many are losing loved ones, finding themselves in financial peril, and questioning their job security. However, it also brought with it a lot of quality of life lessons and a significant pause, which provides a rare opportunity to turn inward and focus on what you want for your financial future. In this episode, we talk with financial expert, immigr...
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Words felt but never spoken. Actions intended but never taken. We all must deal with remorse and regret at some point in our lives, but not all of us are able to find redemption. Forrest Fairley joins us to talk about his new release, “The Young Minds,” a fictional story inspired by personal experience. In this episode he shares with us the story behind the story, the surprises along the way, and how we can each find out own roads ...
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After the success of his first book, Andy Chaleff realized he had to face some fears if he was going to further his success and continue to serve others. So, he took a trip across the U.S. to ask people a simple question, “If you knew that someone in your life would die tomorrow and you had one last chance to express feelings to him or her, what would you say?” In this episode, we invite Andy to share what inspired him to take that...
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September 8, 2020 60 min
America is built on the “pursuit of happiness”. Some are born within its borders and others come here for the opportunities that await. In this episode, hosts Lori Anne Rising and Uncle Mark Olmstead update listeners about their own adventures and talk with two guests whose journies have brought them here from overseas. Shyamala Prayaga was born in India, has been a tech engineer for over 20 years, and is now sharing how daily mira...
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Imagine for a moment that you go to bed one night, hearing at least well enough to live your life and then wake up the next morning totally deaf. On top of that, you can’t speak either. You’ve lost the ability to communicate with others. How would you cope? What would you do? Who might you become? Amanda McDonough shares her real-life story of how she lost her hearing but found her voice in this week’s episode. Inspiring, funny, an...
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Our house is on fire! Who will answer the call? Is there One Idea that can save the world? Is there One Idea that can bring us all together - no matter what our faith, our politics, our culture - to do what is necessary and right in the face of the enormous challenges that confront us - environmentally, economically, socially and spiritually? Author and poet Laurence Overmire believes he has found an idea that can do just that. Wi...
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What does it take to fool the greats like Penn & Teller? What draws someone into becoming a magician? What’s it really like to be magical? Magicians take us to a fantasy world where stories come to life and anything becomes possible. We’re drawing back the curtain on what it’s like to be an award-winning magician, and one of the very few women in the industry, this week in this one-to-one interview with Suzanne The Magician. L...
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Whether you have a large plot of land, a small back yard, or live in an apartment, there will be useful ideas for this who care about their impact on the planet. In this episode, Ron and Johanna Melchiore share over 40 years of knowledge and experience from living off the grid including off-grid power systems, domestic water supply, gardening, preserving food, composting and much more. If you’re interested in moving toward a more s...
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Portland’s First Lady of the Blues, LaRhonda Steele, opens up about how she got into singing and songwriting, what breast cancer taught her and freed her from, who her heroes are, what her creative process is, and so much more! This is a beautifully personal, fun, heart-felt conversation with a power-house of a woman. Her soul, blues and jazz style is famous around Portland, in the New Thought community across the country, and is b...
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Are you an entrepreneur who’s struggling to attract clients to your unique and powerful work? Learn how to share and market the work that “only you can do” using your personal story to magnetize your message and become a “Courageous Messenger” – whether you’re just started out or have been in business for decades. In this week’s episode, Jeffrey van Dyk shares his own personal story as well as invaluable tools, tips and strategies ...
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Veteran writer Sharon Hurley Hall talks about the world of freelance writing, and the qualities that help freelancers succeed. She discusses how freelancing has changed over the years, how she's adapted, and what it's like freelancing as a Black woman. We’ll also be exploring her recent decision to be more open about issues around racism, the articles she's published, and the response from her professional networks. And...
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In this very unique, very special episode, our co-host, Uncle Mark, takes us on a musical journey through the creation of his CD, One Peace At a Time. What inspired these songs? How did the world around him at the time impact his life and his music? How are these songs continuing to become even more relevant as the world is shifting around us today? This is both a very personal story as well as an hour of incredible music that is s...
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Lori Anne knows what it’s like to have life turned upside down, have to take a stand that costs everything, and yet still get up each day to find a new way forward. Surrounded by people all her life with various kinds of brain differences, Lori Anne developed a deep and insatiable interest in how people think, how to overcome thought patterns that don’t create the results we want, and how to stand in our personal power no matter wh...
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Race in America has been a source of conflict, struggle and violence since before America became “America”. While systemic racism and police brutality have been the cause of deaths for generations, there appears to be a fundamental shift happening today due to the deaths of people like Ahmed Arbery, Breonna Taylor, George Floyd, and Rayshard Brooks. What’s different now? What does “defund the police” mean? What really needs to chan...
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What if “normal” never comes back? We are living in a remarkable time of change and uncertainty. Our natural tendency is to want to hang on to what is familiar and comfortable, but that can be painful and limiting, especially when change is caused by things you have no control over. Yet letting go can stir up feelings of loss, grief, and depression. How do we step into this new world of the unknown in a positive way? How do we begi...
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Whether you have a large plot of land, a small back yard, or live in an apartment, there will be useful ideas for this who care about their impact on the planet. In this episode, Ron and Johanna Melchiore share over 40 years of knowledge and experience from living off the grid including off-grid power systems, domestic water supply, gardening, preserving food, composting and much more. If you’re interested in moving toward a more s...
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June 9, 2020 53 min
Music. Most often, we think of it as something that plays in the background while we’re driving, making dinner, or watching a movie. But what if it has a greater ability to impact our lives than we give it credit for? In this episode, we’re exploring the healing power of music from two very different perspectives. Composer Wendalyn Bartley brings us sound healing modalities that sooth, calm and heal, especially for women who’re rec...
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