Eight Worth a Listen

“Listening is a magnetic and strange thing, a creative force. The friends who listen to us are the ones we move toward. When we are listened to, it creates us, makes us unfold and expand.” ~ Shel Silverstein

During my recent absence, I continued to host the weekly radio show, Awakening to Awareness, where an abundance of valuable information was covered on each show. I would be doing my guests a disservice if I didn’t highlight for those who follow this blog, who they were and what they shared. Their full bios are available on the show’s web site. If you are interested in listening to the podcast from any of these (and other) shows, simply click here.

            Rhonda Vigeant

Rhonda Vigeant

Rhonda Vigeant shared nuggets about “Home Movies – Unearthing the “REEL TRUTH” About Your Family.”

                     Ricky Powell

Ricky Powell

Ricky Powell shared insights into and a blueprint for “Creating Lifelong Happiness.”

                    Jim Breen

Jim Breen

Jim Breen, a veteran first responder, opened up about “Saving and Reinventing Lives.”

                    Audra Erwin

Audra Erwin

Audra Erwin, the High on Life Coach, and her soul sister Tamara Montana dove deep to explore the tenets of “Every Master Was Once a Disaster.”

                      Chris Teunissen

Chris Teunissen

Chris Teunissen, a Dutch national who has lived and worked in the Far East for 23 years enlightened listeners about “Home is Where You Make It.”

                      Nellie Williams, EA

Nellie Williams, EA

Nellie Williams, educated listeners about the IRS (for whom she used to work) and how to “Bullet Proof Your Taxes.”

                      Barbara Allisen

Barbara Allisen

As business women, Barbara Allisen and guest Renee Shupe shared knowledge and experience about “Reinventing Ourselves as Entrepreneurs.”

                      Rebecca Keller, Ph.D.

Rebecca Keller, Ph.D.

Rebecca Keller, a Mom, a Scientist, a Publisher and an Entrepreneur awakened us to perspectives about life and science education in “Life Unfolding and Interrupted.”

A little something for everyone. Enjoy listening if interest strikes and time avails.

8 thoughts on “Eight Worth a Listen

  1. Thank you for filling my wine cellar. I shall not drink the lot at once, but imbibe restrained and regularly!

  2. Not enough listening is taught at school Eric, and your friends who have listened to us on the podcasts are indeed the ones who have motivated us to move both forward and toward. An honour to be on your show, a blessing to listen to such a wide range of guests.

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