Featured Guest: Dr. Kerri Marshall on PoweredUp Talk Radio April 2, 2013 3pm PST

Dr. Kerri Marshall on Powered Up Talk Radio

Dr. Kerri Marshall on Powered Up Talk Radio

Kerri Marshall, DVM, joined Trupanion in June 2011 as Chief Veterinary Officer. As a licensed veterinarian, she is passionate about celebrating and protecting the human-pet bond, and uses her vast experience to help Trupanion develop new ways to help people and their pets at the time they need help most. Her ultimate goal is to end economic euthanasia in her generation of veterinarians.

 

Prior to joining Trupanion, Dr. Marshall served as the senior director of medical informatics at Banfield Pet Hospital in Portland, Ore. where she was instrumental in designing a health information system for pets called PetWareÒ, a program which allowed the hospital to share medical records electronically with any of the 760 Banfield hospitals.

 

Dr. Marshall is the current President of the Association for Veterinary Informatics as well as the Co-Founder and Chair of Nanoport Technologies. She is also a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association, American Animal Hospital Association, and the American Medical Informatics Association, among other organizations.

Dr. Marshall is a 1985 graduate of Washington State University College of Veterinary Medicine. She lives in Seattle with her husband, Andrew, and their four pets: Rudy Einstein, a young terrier-dachshund mix; Maya and Popo, both ten-year-old Chihuahuas; and Mona Montana, a rescued cat.

PoweredUp Talk Radio stars Sandra Beck of Motherhood Incorporated and Linda Franklin of The Real Cougar Woman. The show airs live Tuesdays at 3pm PST/ 6pm EST and is available for download and lives stream at http://www.powereduptalkradio.comand http://itunes.com. To reach Sandra or Linda please contact them directly at Sandra@PoweredUpTalkRadio.com and Linda@PoweredUpTalkRadio.com.

From New York City to Los Angeles “Powered up with Beck and Franklin” gives women of all ages permission to live the life they have always dreamed of. Why live in black and white when you can choose the brilliance of 3D and Technicolor?
Each week Beck and Franklin and their high-powered guests will be here to cheer you on, to share their challenges, their successes and what they have learned from their failures. It’s all about women supporting women. The stories and practical tips on sex, beauty, money and so much more are designed to help you re-connect to the powerful woman you are.
Fabulous knows no limits. It’s time for you to expand your boundaries.

 

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Military Mom Talk Radio with Sandra Beck and Robin Boyd feature author Janet Rebhan, Brenda Garth of Semper Fi Sisters, and Shelly Sellers and Danny Dubose of Visalus, April 1st

findingtranqJanet Rebhan was born and raised in a west Texas oil and military town, where she also volunteered one summer at the local Veterans Administration hospital. When she was sixteen, her family moved to Los Angeles, where she studied creative writing at UCLA and Moorpark College. She currently resides in Agoura Hills, California. Finding Tranquility Base is her first novel. You can learn more about Janet Rebhan at http://www.janetrebhan.com

Air Force Moms, Air Force Talk Radio, Air Force Wives, Armed Services Talk Radio, ArmWives, Army Mom Talk Radio, Army Moms, Army Talk Radio, Boy Scouts, Coast Guard Talk Radio, Facebook, Facebook Military Mom, Fisher House, Girls Scouts, Go Army Homes, itunes, Itunes Military Mom, Marine Mom Talk Radio, Marine Moms, Marine Talk Radio, Marine Wives, Military Family Radio Show, Military Mom Talk Radio, Military Radio Show, Military Writers Society of America, Navy Mom Talk Radio, Navy Moms, Navy Talk Radio, Navy Wives, Operation Gratitude, PODS, Robin Boyd, Sandra Beck, Shining Service Worldwide, Toginet, Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors (TAPS), Twitter, Twitter Military Mom, VA Hospitals, VAMBOA, World of Children, Wounded WarriorsBrendaGarth is President and Co-Founder of Semper Fi Sisters, a non-profit organization serving women who stand beside and behind our men and women in the uniforms that serve our nation.  Brenda is also President of Forgotten Coast Warrior Weekend, a non-profit honoring combat injured war heroes annually in Gulf County.  Both are 100% volunteer based organizations.

An always faithful sisterhood, open to women who have a family member who has served or is serving in ALL BRANCHES of the U. S. Armed Forces. We offer support to each other and military family members as well as to individuals that are active duty or having served or are now a veteran. Our goal is to promote and provide moral support, assistance and empowerment by promoting communication, exchange of information and resources to help one another and individual military members and veterans.

Annually each October we host a Semper Fi Sisters Beach Blast in Gulf Country, FL for our female members. We offer seminars that are educational in nature and support materials. Registration & donations are made by attendees and we receive public donations for shipping the “boxes of love from the home front” care/comfort packages plus purchasing items not received as a contribution to this program. In 2009 our first year, we shipped 36 boxes, in 2010 we packed over 300 boxes & 2011 over 700 and expect to exceed over 1000 boxes this year (Oct 17-21, 2012).

For more information visit http://www.semperfisisters.com

viShelly Sellers and Danny Dubose represent Body by Vi current 90 days Challenge. This program promotes:

Life: A community, building quality relationships and creating memorable experiences.
Health: A platform, combining the right products, programs and support for lasting personal transformation.
Prosperity: A path, delivering freedom and financial independence through the value we bring to others, while doing our part to give back.
Robin Body and Sandra Beck have not been paid to promote this program, nor have they received any incentives for this segment. Military Mom Talk Radio brings this program to the public for informational purposes only.

Military Mom Talk Radio is co-hosted by Sandra Beck and Robin Boyd, hosted by Toginet Radio and powered by Motherhood Incorporated. Military Mom Talk Radio supports and helps bring information to the families, moms and wives of the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines and Coast Guard and is dedicated to serving our friends and family in the Armed Service. We are proud supporters and members of the Military Writers Society of America as well as proud supporters of Operation Gratitude, Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors (TAPS), Shining Service Worldwide, Fisher House and the Girl Scouts of the USA and Boy Scouts of America.

Military Mom Talk Radio with Sandra Beck and Robin Boyd feature author Mike Guardia – Shadow Commander, Barbara Allen – Front Toward Enemy, and fitness coach Autumn Arnold, March 25th

Shadow_Commander_CoverIn a career which spanned over thirty years, Donald D. Blackburn was a true hero of the Army Special Forces.  Shadow Commander is his story.  Amidst the chaos of the American defeat on Bataan in April 1942, Army Captain Donald D. Blackburn escaped to the jungles of North Luzon, raising a remarkably effective guerrilla regiment known as “Blackburn’s Headhunters.” Blackburn’s World War II exploits were but the first in a storied life that took him to the highest echelons of the U.S. military.  Shadow Commander follows Blackburn from World War II to his days as a one of the pivotal figures in the development of America’s Special Forces.

Following World War II, Blackburn played a key role in initiating Special Forces operations in Southeast Asia, taking command of the highly classified Studies and Observations Group (SOG), which targeted Communist incursions along the Ho Chi Minh Trail. In the wake of the CIA’s disastrous Leaping Lena reconnaissance program, Blackburn revitalized Special Operations in Vietnam, and later conducted full-scale operations against the NVA and Viet Cong infiltrating the south via Laos.  Following his return to the U.S., Blackburn was appointed “Special Assistant for Counterinsurgency and Special Activities,” where he was the architect of the Son Tay Prison Raid, the largest Special Forces operation of the Vietnam War.

Mike Guardia is an Armor Officer in the United States Army.  He holds a BA and MA in American History from the University of Houston.  As an author, his interests include the history of guerrilla warfare, armored warfare, and World War II in the Pacific.  He is the author of the critically-acclaimed book American Guerrilla: The Forgotten Heroics of Russell W. Volckmann by Casemate Publishers, and the forthcoming US Army and Marine Corps MRAPs, scheduled for release this November from Osprey Publishing.  He is currently stationed at Fort Bliss, Texas.

FTEBarbara Allen is the widow of 1LT Louis Allen, who was killed in Iraq in June of 2005. Her award-winning book, “Front Toward Enemy” chronicles the personal and factual accounts of her husband’s murder at the hands of a fellow soldier, and the subsequent acquittal of his killer. How can American soldiers be at risk among their fellow soldiers? How could these murders have been prevented, and how could this government allow a killer to go free?
Front Toward Enemy is the personal and factual account behind the scenes of a case that is to the military judicial system what the O.J. Simpson case is to the civilian judicial system.

Barbara is currently at work on her second book, expected to be published in 2014. In addition to her work as an author and a freelance writer, Barbara is co-founder of Bold Biographies, a business dedicated to writing personal biographies for her clients to pass down in their families.

Barbara received a Masters degree in Criminal Justice from American Military University, and actively reaches out to other families grappling with the military judicial system. She continues to pursue the Purple Heart for her husband, as the government has thus far refused to classify Lou’s death as “Hostile.”  She resides in NY with her four boys.

Air Force Moms, Air Force Talk Radio, Air Force Wives, Armed Services Talk Radio, ArmWives, Army Mom Talk Radio, Army Moms, Army Talk Radio, Boy Scouts, Coast Guard Talk Radio, Facebook, Facebook Military Mom, Fisher House, Girls Scouts, Go Army Homes, itunes, Itunes Military Mom, Marine Mom Talk Radio, Marine Moms, Marine Talk Radio, Marine Wives, Military Family Radio Show, Military Mom Talk Radio, Military Radio Show, Military Writers Society of America, Navy Mom Talk Radio, Navy Moms, Navy Talk Radio, Navy Wives, Operation Gratitude, PODS, Robin Boyd, Sandra Beck, Shining Service Worldwide, Toginet, Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors (TAPS), Twitter, Twitter Military Mom, VA Hospitals, VAMBOA, World of Children, Wounded WarriorsAutumn Arnold is a single mom of two small children, and was looking for some serious help.  Plagued with depression, fatigue, heartburn, and high blood pressure, she found a nutrition program that after only two weeks of starting the program, saw a great imporvement in her heartburn and high blood pressure and her energy shot through the roof.  But the best part, she says, is that she has lost 33 pounds and gone from a size 20 to a size 14 and still going.

Autumn is helping us find the healthy approach to the new year and how we can set realistic goals for ourselves and our families.  She feels empowered to change lives with health and wants you to be empowered, too!!

Military Mom Talk Radio is co-hosted by Sandra Beck and Robin Boyd, hosted by Toginet Radio and powered by Motherhood Incorporated. Military Mom Talk Radio supports and helps bring information to the families, moms and wives of the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines and Coast Guard and is dedicated to serving our friends and family in the Armed Service. We are proud supporters and members of the Military Writers Society of America as well as proud supporters of Operation Gratitude, Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors (TAPS), Shining Service Worldwide, Fisher House and the Girl Scouts of the USA and Boy Scouts of America.

Featured Guest: Dr. Ronit Lami, Poweredup Talk Radio

Dr. Ronit Lami

Dr. Ronit Lami

Our service is offered by a team of associated professionals and is lead by Dr Ronit Lami. Since 2000 Dr Lami’s specialty has been ‘the psychology of money’. Her focus is to help people deal with the soft issues of wealth management. Using her experience as a member of a family business and a consultant psychologist she has developed a specialty, which focuses on the impact that money, wealth and materialism have on the life of individuals, families and organizations.

Some of the subjects that Dr Lami has addressed in her work are:

  Family dynamics and family communication;

  Dealing with affluenza in the family;

  Defining family mission and integrating personal goals;

  Passing family values on to future generations;

  The emotional challenges of estate planning;

  Family Office and the non-fiscal issues;

  Emotional complexity surrounding wealth management;

  Communication: the art of conflict resolution.

  Understanding yourself-understanding your affluent client.

Her Affluenza work has received a great deal of media interest. Dr Lami appears on national and international TV and is regularly interviewed and writes for different newspapers and magazines. Some of her appearances include the CNN, BBC, Forbes, Financial Times, Sunday Times, New Statesman, Sunday Business and the Guardian. Her articles about the psychology of Affluenza have been published in various journals and magazines, and she continually writes, publishes and speaks about the subject in various forums around the world.

Dr Lami graduated Bar Illan University in Israel. She continued her postgraduate studies at Hull University, UK where she received her Doctorate in Psychology and M.Sc. in Industrial Psychology. She is Chartered Psychologist and a member recognized by the British Psychological Society, a registered member of the Californian Board of Psychology, a Licensed Clinical Hypnotherapist and a member of the National Council of Hypnotherapy.

In her work with various organizations she pioneered a process, which examine the connection between Emotional Intelligence and improved performance. Her work on this subject received positive results.

Dr Lami has written academic and non-academic articles on various subjects including the psychology of change and the psychology of affluenza and wealth. Some of her academic papers include: ‘Personal Development: the Concept and its Usage for Individual Coaching, Selection and Training’; ‘The Effect of Experiential Learning on Employees’ Personal Effectiveness’; ‘Understanding the Concept of Coaching in Wealth Management’ and ‘Affluenza and Inheritance’.

PoweredUp Talk Radio stars Sandra Beck of Motherhood Incorporated and Linda Franklin of The Real Cougar Woman. The show airs live Tuesdays at 3pm PST/ 6pm EST and is available for download and lives stream at http://www.powereduptalkradio.comand http://itunes.com. To reach Sandra or Linda please contact them directly at Sandra@PoweredUpTalkRadio.com and Linda@PoweredUpTalkRadio.com.

From New York City to Los Angeles “Powered up with Beck and Franklin” gives women of all ages permission to live the life they have always dreamed of. Why live in black and white when you can choose the brilliance of 3D and Technicolor?
Each week Beck and Franklin and their high-powered guests will be here to cheer you on, to share their challenges, their successes and what they have learned from their failures. It’s all about women supporting women. The stories and practical tips on sex, beauty, money and so much more are designed to help you re-connect to the powerful woman you are.
Fabulous knows no limits. It’s time for you to expand your boundaries.

 

Click here to listen now:  POWERDUPTALKRADIO

Bouncing with Style: Forgiveness By Sandra Beck

 

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By Sandra Beck, 1smartchick, bouncing with style

Nearly everyone has been hurt by something someone said, did or didn’t do. When my husband left me with two small children while my mother was dying of breast cancer the words forgiveness did not enter my vocabulary. I was so busy managing the day to day chaos of sickness, a premature baby and an ornery toddler that I didn’t have time for anger, resentment and thoughts of revenge.  I can tell you that during that two year span of time where I also went through a foreclosure, and a deed in lieu of foreclosure.  I had to sell my car and my dog died. I heard from everyone that I needed to do two things: work on myself and forgive.

The working on myself sounded pretty good, but the forgiveness part burned in m heart like a fever. See after growing up in church, it became clear to me I never really understood what forgiveness meant. All I knew then was it was something I needed to do.  My friend who was a doctor told me if I learned how to forgive I would be healthier, have better relationships, and have less anxiety, depression and hostility.  Gee, ya think?

I read all these books and went to seminars that taught me that forgiveness doesn’t mean that I have to deny what happened to me or relieve the other person of responsibility of what they have done.  It doesn’t minimize or justify the wrong.  It just means I have to let go of resentment and thoughts of revenge.   Sounds good.

The one thing I couldn’t figure out was how? How do you forgive when the wrong keeps paying you back day after day and year after year– especially when the affair is in your face in a daily basis and so is the financial devastation in your monthly bank statement?

I tried burning things.  Pictures of him. Pictures of her. A voodoo doll I made. I wrote in a journal mean, hateful, passionate things until my fingers fell off and the marks look like they had been carved there by Satan. I wrote a manifesto and shredded it releasing it into the wind.  I chanted. I meditated. I saged and I burned about 50 white candles to clear out my rage.

Then while sitting in the bathtub at midnight on a Saturday night while my kids slept, I looked out the window and whispered enough.  I was ready to actively choose to forgive the man I married for not seeing the gigantic mistake he made in cheating on me. I was no longer going to define myself by how I had been hurt.  I wasn’t going to teach my children that their mom was so mortally wounded that life did not go on… and get better!

Shortly after, I buried my mom. I let go of the grief of the loss of my marriage and replaced it with the grief over the loss of my mother. I won’t tell you that I have found compassion and understanding for my ex-husband leaving me during such a difficult time. I won’t tell you that I have minimized the hurt I sustained from that betrayal and subsequent abandonment.

I will tell you what you probably know. Time heals all wounds. Chocolate helps a broken heart. Do everything non-destructive and non-intrusive to others during your healing process. If you need to dance around naked in your living room and the drapes are shut and the kids are on overnight do it! There is not one way to arrive at the decision to forgive, it just happens. It happens when you decide to stop punishing yourself for what happened to you.  Bouncing with Style is all about how you take care of yourself as you recover from what life throws at you. You can recover, you can rebound or you can Bounce with Style.

Sandra Beck, owner of Motherhood Incorporated is the host of three popular radio shows Military Mom Talk Radio, Motherhood Talk Radio and Poweredup with Beck and Franklin.