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Michelle Terry

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Michelle Terry: Entrepreneur, medium and more.

Overcoming The Odds

In this episode, Josh talks to a long time friend Michelle Terry about what it was like for her and her brother to grow up with a dad who was diagnosed schizophrenic.  Together they discuss his mental illness, how we as humans find coping mechanisms to help us deal with the more serious parts of life and how her family was able to heal from the issues they faced years ago. They also discuss her charity work, and her ability to talk to the dead as a psychic medium.When not contemplating deep spiritual truths and the nature of reality to the point of burning dinner, you’ll usually find Michelle juggling the joys of a full life. Like many modern renaissance women she flows through roles as mother, wife, employee, entrepreneur, amateur gardener, crochet artist, baker of sourdough breads she really shouldn't be eating, volunteer organizing force behind It Takes a Village Community Giving and yes, a fourth generation intuitive and psychic medium. She provides readings, coaching for intuitives, women’s circles and other events through Pure Love and Sisterhood.  Above all, her soul purpose is to hold space for compassion, divine love, humor and healing during life's most challenging moments. She wishes you clarity, love, strength and faith on your most unique journey – remember, keep a humble heart and an open mind and know there’s nothing but pure love supporting you on the other side.Thanks for supporting the podcast and thanks to our sponsor GamingVPN. Used for streaming and gaming as well as general internet safety. Available for in the App Store oniOS only.This episode is produced by Robot Mouse, LLC. If you like what you hear, please rate 5 stars and tell your friends. Episodes come out every other Monday. You can read more about Josh Coyne on his blog of the same name, www.OvercomingtheOdds.coIf you feel the content here in the podcast has given you any useful info and you'd like to buy me a beer, I would happily enjoy that beer.  BuyMeABeerPlease subscribe to the show !Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/joshcoyne)


19 Jul 2021

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16. Michelle Terry on Shakespeare's Globe

Shakespeare Alive

Artistic Director of Shakespeare's Globe, Michelle Terry, shares her journeys and wisdom with Paul. Support the show (https://www.shakespeare.org.uk/podcast-support)


1 Jun 2021

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Businessweek Extra-Michelle Terry

Bloomberg Businessweek

Michelle Terry, CEO of Movember, discusses changing the face of men's health.Host: Carol Massar. Producer: Doni Holloway. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com


6 Nov 2020

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Episode 8: Michelle Terry, CEO, Movember

Chunk Of Change by The Royals

2020’s been a tumultuous year for most, but for newly appointed Chief Executive Officer at Movember, Michelle Terry, it’s been a veritable whirlwind of change.  Michelle joined the rockstar not-for-profit earlier this year from Treasury Wine Estates (where she was Global CMO) at a time when Movember’s work in the area of men’s health and suicide prevention was more important than ever.  In the process Michelle lead the reengineering of Movember’s fundraising and program delivery platforms in 20-countries around the world, just as she reengineered the schooling environment for her two young daughters at home.  All this has made for some challenging Mo-ments but through it all Michelle’s stayed focussed on what matters most: having fun; staying humble; and doing good.


28 Oct 2020

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S5 Ep1: A message from Michelle Terry

Such Stuff: The Shakespeare's Globe Podcast

Ahead of our new series of Such Stuff, specially created in light of recent circumstances, a message from our Artistic Director Michelle Terry on coping with this brave new world and explaining how we’ll be staying in touch with our audiences.


31 Mar 2020

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Dr. Michelle Terry

Urban Forum Northwest

*Dr. Michelle Terry, is an experienced clinician, educator, advocate and former regulator. Currently Dr. Terry sees patients in the division of general pediatrics and hospital medicine at Seattle's Children's Hospital. She taught classes at the University of Washington School of Medicine. She has been appointed by two governors to medical Quality assurance Commission.*Reverend Dr. Robert L. Jeffrey, Sr. Pastor, New Hope Missionary Baptist church, Founder Black Dollar Days Task Force, Clean Greens Farm and Market will pay tribute to Ms. Lottie Cross who passed away last week. Ms. Lottie was a close confidant and a leader in both organizations and a highly respected leader in the City of Seattle.*Tamika Moseley, Herbalist, is a published author, global speaker. Her publications include Sickle Cell Natural Healing: A Mother's Journey. She also will provide advice on how to avoid the Coronavirus.*Clarence Gunn, President, Democrats for Diversity and Inclusion (DDI) comments on the work of the organization and Tuesday's Presidential Primary in Washington State.Urban Forum Northwest stream live at www.1150kknw.com. Visit us at www.urbanforumnw.com for archived programs and relevant information.


12 Mar 2020

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Launching Community Initiatives with Michelle Terry

Hello Frances

Michelle Terry, former Vice Chair of the Destin Chamber of Commerce Community & Tourism Development Committee, joins us on the microphone. Michelle was recently awarded the James D. Neilson Sr. Award for Volunteer Service from the Destin Chamber of Commerce for spearheading two new committees in our community this year - the Tourism Committee and “Ladies Who Launch”.


6 Jan 2020

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CraftSanity #133 7.20.14 Michelle Terry

The CraftSanity Podcast

Letterpress artist Michelle Terry, of Runaway Press, demos making a print at Not Design Studio in Grand Rapids. More info on Runaway Press: -- https://www.etsy.com/market/runaway_press -- https://www.facebook.com/Runawayletterpress


20 Jul 2014