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02/13/19 The Child Within Has Impact on the Adult You; The Quantum Energy Around and In You Does Effect Your Tangible World

Segment 1: Dr. Sonia Gupte shares the experiences she has had using regressive hypnotherapy to helping people overcome the negative effects of trauma. Learn more at www.Enso-nia.com Segment 2: Jit Gupte moved from the material world of Architecture into the Metaphysical world of Energy Healing. Jit points out all the proofs of energies impact on [...]

By | February 13th, 2019|Movin' and Motivatin' Radio, wsRadio Presents|0 Comments

02/12/19 Carlsbad Library-Based Literacy Program; Mind Treasures Financial Literacy

We are joined by Carrie Scott, Community Outreach Supervisor for the Carlsbad City Library in San Diego County. Carrie shares her passion and adventures in her work at the Library Learning Center, a community learning center for all, and that, years later, is a jewel in the community that is worthy of replication. We were [...]

By | February 12th, 2019|Literacy for All, wsRadio Presents|0 Comments

02/07/19 Re-Inventing Core Expectations – Art Costello; Soul Full Sunday; Talking Addiction; Spotify, Gimlet, Anchor Merger

Art Costello What are core expectations? Feelings of abandonment Life in the military and the little girl at the orphanage Setting expectations Fear of loss Advertising today is focusing on exceeding expectations Expectations vs goal setting Why wanting less is a good thing Tweet this: The strongest faith is in yourself. Faith is not only [...]

By | February 7th, 2019|Reinvention Radio|0 Comments

01/24/19 Reinventing Pop Music – Chase Bell

Chase Bell It takes a lot to write a hit song There are more guitars than people at his family reunions Why pop music? He produces for artists under different labels It all started at age 18, he was paid $4k for one song Currently working with Sam Smith Forgiveness or permission when using the [...]

By | January 24th, 2019|Reinvention Radio|Comments Off on 01/24/19 Reinventing Pop Music – Chase Bell

01/22/19 The New Digital Divide: Internet and Literacy for All

Our guest for four segments is David J. Rosen, Founder, Newsome Associates, a company dedicated to adult basic skills and literacy for out-of-school youth with specialization in integration of education technology. In the new digital divide, there are those who don't use the Internet, especially to meet personal and work-related learning. With the right approach [...]

By | January 22nd, 2019|Literacy for All, U~T San Diego Radio|Comments Off on 01/22/19 The New Digital Divide: Internet and Literacy for All

01/08/19 Health Literacy; Seniors as Tutors

Today we talk to Art Rivera, an information source for healthcare services and health insurance. He shares information about challenges related to providing healthcare options to residents. Challenges sometimes relate to culture, language differences, and literacy skills. We also visit with Kristin Shea-Thiel, Reading Program Coordinator for The Children's Initiative in San Diego. She shares [...]

By | January 8th, 2019|Literacy for All, wsRadio Presents|Comments Off on 01/08/19 Health Literacy; Seniors as Tutors

01/03/19 Reinventing Predictions for 2019 – Victoria Bearden

Victoria Bearden Astrology gives you an inside look A look at the year ahead She has an advanced degree in art We're at a pivotal point in the world A gigantic bid fir change Trump in the cross hairs, he could get re-elected RR Crew Predictions Pluto doesn't know it's a planet Tweet this: We're [...]

By | January 3rd, 2019|Reinvention Radio|Comments Off on 01/03/19 Reinventing Predictions for 2019 – Victoria Bearden

12/18/18 Low-income Teens and Foster Children have Support in San Diego

Jabez LeBret gives an update on Sisu Academy, a residential school for teen girls, and shares strategies for engaging teens in reading, school, and careers. Host Jose and Wade Taylor, President, wsRadio, chat about the holiday spirit and celebrate the contributions of literacy champions in the community. Ramona Jones, Founder & President, DREAMBuilders Youth Mentoring [...]

By | December 18th, 2018|Literacy for All, wsRadio Presents|Comments Off on 12/18/18 Low-income Teens and Foster Children have Support in San Diego

12/11/18 Latinos in the U.S. Census and College

Guest 1: Blanca Romero, Regional Campaign Manager for NALEO (National Association of Latino Elected Officials), shares information about the importance of a full U.S. Census count in 2020, the under-representation of Latinos in this count, obstacles, and remedies. Guest 2: Jose A. Cruz, CEO for Barrio Logan College Institute, chats about the mission of his [...]

By | December 11th, 2018|Literacy for All, wsRadio Presents|Comments Off on 12/11/18 Latinos in the U.S. Census and College

11/27/18 An hour with John Corcoran, The Teacher Who Couldn’t Read

The Literacy for All radio show devotes four segments to a conversation with John Corcoran, author and literacy advocate who is famously known as "the teacher who couldn't read." John, who, in 1987, as a teacher, at the age of 48, revealed his inability to read. Here he shares his history and the projects that [...]

By | November 27th, 2018|Literacy for All, wsRadio Presents|Comments Off on 11/27/18 An hour with John Corcoran, The Teacher Who Couldn’t Read