11 02, 2018

Jeff Leisawitz: Creative On Fire

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"Jeff Leisawitz burns with a mission— to inspire writers, artists, musicians, filmmakers, entre'preneurs (and everyone else) to amp up their creativity, heal their hearts and shine in the world." Jeff is an award-winning musician/ producer, a critically acclaimed author and internationally distributed filmmaker who has devoted his life to creativity. As the guy behind Electron Love [...]

10 01, 2018

K.Flay: Every Where Is Some Where

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Since making her debut in 2010, K.Flay has spun fearlessly detailed lyrics that show the bright and dark of the world in her head. For her second full-length Every Where Is Some Where, the L.A.-based alt-pop/hip-hop artist pushed deeper into introspection while adding an element of political commentary. The result is her most deliberate and [...]

10 12, 2017

Betty J. Eadie: Embraced By The Light

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Betty J. Eadie, author of the international bestseller Embraced By The Light, had the most eminent, prominent and extensive near-death experience ever recorded. She has written several books in an effort to share with others what she was shown in the spirit world about God and man’s existence, the meaning of life and what awaits [...]

18 11, 2017

Lauren & Emily: BRANDED Collective

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Lauren (0100) & Emily (0025) are the co-founders of The BRANDED Collective.  Lauren and Emily started their company in 2012 to help survivors of trafficking in Nashville, TN. They provide job training and employment for survivors through the creation of beautiful jewelry.  Their hope is that each of our employees will be inspired to rediscover the [...]

28 10, 2017

Chad Littlefield & Will Wise: Conversations That Matter!

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Chad Littlefield, M.Ed., is the co-founder and CEO of We!™ (www.weand.me) and author of the Pocket Guide to Facilitating Human Connections. Leaders call Chad when a lack of trust is getting in the way of results at their organization. His passion and energy for connecting people becomes immediately apparent when working with him. Chad has [...]

17 10, 2017

Christopher Kelly: America Invaded

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Christopher Kelly was born in Sacramento, California and graduated from of the University of California at Berkeley in 1981. Mr. Kelly worked for nearly twenty years in the television industry mainly on the West coast where he served as a director and partner in several local TV stations in Seattle and Sacramento. He is as the former [...]

5 10, 2017

Justin Young: Music Connected To Story

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Justin Young sounds utterly natural when he plays, as if his extraordinary saxophone talent never needed formal training. But those mellifluous lines of soulful notes come through years of study, training and commitment to his love of music, as well as a constant desire to move forward. Young grew up in a musical household just [...]

25 09, 2017

Brooks Gibbs: Guard Your Heart & Love Everyone

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Brooks Gibbs is an award winning social skills educator and public speaker. He has addressed thousands of different audiences with his powerful strategies for conflict resolution and a special emphasis on emotional resilience and the "Golden Rule." Brooks is an elite, multi-platform, communicator whose messages have reached millions through a skillful balance of both wit [...]

28 07, 2017

Bob Glouberman: Flair For The Dramatic

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Bob Glouberman left his corporate law practice on September 15, 1995 realizing that "L.A. Law" had lied to him about what it was like to be a lawyer. He began an acting career, much to the chagrin of his parents, who had put him through four years of college at Stanford University and three years of [...]