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Connie Green

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Women to Women - Connie Green

AMFM247 Broadcasting Network

Please tune in to Women to Women Radio Show, on AMFM247.com every Thursday at 4 PM EST or download the podcast to hear our special guests. Our guest for Thursday, July 2,2020 is Ms. Connie Green, wife of Earnest Green for over 20 years. She gave three beautiful children and four adorable children.Connie Green is the CEO and Owner of Prosperity Works, an insurance agency. She has over 30 years of sales experience. Moreover, Connie loves helping her clients receive the best and proper products that will give them the greatest benefits. She assist her clients with Life Insurance, Retirement and Wealth Wealth investments .She is licensed in Florida, Alabama, NC, SC, Texas & Minnesota. When asked what’s is it that Connie does, she states,“ I am a Life Protection Specialist, Money is what I do. My Passion is to Service my clients with Safe Money Products mitigating risk with no Loss of Principle.”

57mins

2 Jul 2020

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Tales from the Wild Table - Connie Green #155

ReWild Yourself

What a pleasure it was to speak with lifelong forager and pioneer in sustainable commercial wild food and mushroom foraging, Connie Green. Connie founded one of the very first and largest wild food businesses in the U.S., Wine Forest, where she still resides as “head huntress,” overseeing a beautifully rich and diverse selection of wild foods furnished to top chefs, restaurants, retailers and consumers. Friends of the forest, Connie and her team believe that wild food harvesting goes hand in hand with a love and respect for the ecosystems where these delectable wild edibles grow. In this episode, Connie takes us back in time through the landscape of foraging over the past few decades and shares how she got her start in the commercial foraging business. She illuminates the commercial side of the foraging world with a focus on what she considers to be the secret ingredient in bridging the ancestral practice of hunting and gathering with modern gourmet cooking: sustainability and ethical harvesting practices.  We also explore some tactical “in the field” topics, such as Connie’s indispensable foraging equipment and her recommendations for how to get started foraging. Tune in and be inspired — or re-inspired — to participate in your local ecology by hunting and gathering from your landscape! EPISODE BREAKDOWN: Show Introduction: Got a question for Kim Anami about healthy human sexuality? Hunt + gather updates: Freediving in Florida Q&A: Back support on long car rides Introducing Connie Green How Connie came to this way of life The landscape of foraging over the decades On Euell Gibbons - the great grandfather of foraging Wild food in restaurants Crossroads between wild foods and agriculture Eating invasives The sustainability of hobbyist and commercial foragers Level of processing for the commercial forager Connie’s indispensable foraging equipment Plant people, mushroom people, animal people Getting started foraging A message to aspiring foragers Connie’s prognosis for the future of the human species Where to find Connie’s work

1hr 35mins

2 Aug 2017

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She beat 4 types of cancer, homelessness, and started an empire at age 50 - with Connie Green

A Better Life w/ Rachel Rofe - Practical personal development for an amazing life + business

In today's episode, I speak with online rock star Connie Green, who has achieved phenomenal business success in spite of having to overcome enormous obstacles along the way. We talk about: - How Connie went from being homeless and scraping barnacles off boats for $5 an hour to becoming a successful entrepreneur and running her own business - Why you should leverage your personal connections to discover your strengths and greatest assets - Practical advice about taking risks and pursuing your dreams - The importance of believing in yourself -- you really can achieve anything you set your mind to...the key is being consistent and persistent - Connie's mindset advice to stay positive and focused - Why you should always expect great things to happen and nothing less ...and a bit more about how visualization techniques and "daydreaming" have helped Connie overcome her biggest challenges, including multiple battles with cancer. As always, please me know how you enjoyed this episode by pinging me on Twitter.com/RachelRofe or Facebook.com/RachelRofe. :) Sponsored by: http://www.InspiredHustle.com

42mins

28 May 2015

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Sandra Oldendorf and Connie Green, Religious Diversity and Children's Literature

Freedom Loves Company

How should religion be taught in public schools and what resources are available for teachers?  Two professors at Appalachian State University have taken on those questions.  They researched various religious groups in the United States and decided to present these various traditions through the use of children's literature.    Dr. Connie Green and Dr. Sandra Oldendorf are professors of education at Appalachian State University.    They have co-authored Religious Diversity and Children's Literature:  Strategies and Resources.   They speak about the book and the challenge of teaching religion in public school on Religion For Life. (Connie Green, left and Sandra Oldendorf co-authors of Religious Diversity and Children's Literature)

27mins

17 Jul 2012

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