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Unlocking Your True Self

We live in an age of overwhelm and overload. It’s easy to be paralyzed by choices and feel lost in confusion. The world has become loud, noisy, and increasingly more intrusive. Being true to ourselves has never been more challenging. Who are you? What do you stand for? What do you stand against? What do…

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Beyond Suffering with Joni Eareckson Tada and Ken Tada

In the face of tragedy, how do you live with suffering and shattered dreams? Do you want to know the secret of overcoming your pain? Joni Eareckson Tada has been sharing this secret to communities around the world and has impacted thousands of families by teaching others how to push through chronic pain in order to inspire and serve others. She is joined by her husband, Ken Tada, they will share about her remarkable life and ministry.

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Making The Holidays Happy

The holiday songs we hear on the radio and store speakers as we shop say this is the most wonderful time of the year, the happiest season of all. And, for many people, it is! The Wonderland Escape Just look at all the colorful decorations that delight our senses and delicious food that reminds us…

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Unlock Your Best Life With Gratitude

 A truly grateful person counts their blessings, not their burdens.  Gratitude is a powerful emotion that fills our soul with a deep appreciation for what matters most.  It’s a superpower that sets the tone for our day, fuels goodwill, creates opportunities, frames our expectations, and guides our actions. Furthermore, it reminds us that the most…

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These Are the Good Old Days with Hal Linden

Have some of your successes come from places you did not plan to go? Well, our Tony award and three daytime Emmy award-winning guest will show you how some of your greatest successes will come from unforeseen places. You’ve seen Hal Linden as Barney Miller and countless characters in other hit shows. He will tell us how he went from Broadway to TV landing the starring role in the police sitcom Barney Miller. He’s going to share how he got involved with the March of Dimes an organization that is near and dear to his heart.

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Voice for the Voiceless with Kate Linder and Susan Olsen

Are you an animal lover? It’s been said that the perfect companions never have fewer than four feet. Today’s guests truly have hearts for our furry friends and they use their platforms in the spotlight to make a difference. Susan Olsen best known as Cindy from the Brady Bunch and Kate Linder known as Esther from Young and the Restless join us with veterinarian Dr. Giselle Concepcion. We’re going to hear about several animal rescue organizations, Susan’s upcoming animal adoption, Kate’s next project, and then Dr. Concepcion is going to talk about preventive care for pets.

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Modest Needs with Beth Hall

Are you too old to fulfill your life purpose? You’ve seen our guest, Beth Hall, on Murphy Brown, House, Parks and Recreation, and Mad Men. She’ll shed light on how she deals with ageism. When she’s not acting, Beth devotes her time and energy to helping others. You’ll find out all about her work as an Ambassador for Modest Needs.

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No More Cloudy Skies with Fritz Coleman and Louise Palanker

Have you ever cracked a joke, and someone told you to never quit your day job? Today’s guest, Fritz Coleman is not only a standup comedian but worked for almost 40 years as weathercaster for NBC in Los Angeles, CA. We’ll be joined by the Co-Founder of iHeartRadio’s Premiere Radio Networks and co-host of The Media Path Podcast, Louise Palanker. She and Fritz are going to fill us in on what they’ve been working on together, and how they are making a difference through their charity organizations.

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Six Habits To Feel Happier And More Fulfilled

On the surface, life appears to be a combination of your thoughts, beliefs, behaviors, and actions, where even the littlest and seemingly insignificant things can make huge impacts, triggering lasting effects. On a deeper level, your beliefs, behaviors, thoughts, and actions are a product of your identity, which we’ll leave for another time.  There’s an…

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