Now you're walking through new doors, now God has enlarged your territory, your standing out big time! But why? Are you standing out for the right reasons? Is it still about God or have you left him behind in a sea of social media likes and ad campaigns? Join Larry and I this week as we chat it up about standing out as a Christian Entrepreneur for the right reasons and why staying connected to our faith is exactly what keeps us humble.
Welcome to Indigenous in Music. This week Larry K brings you two hours of tunes from our Indigenous Musicians. And a special invite to you all to stop over to our music page www.indigenousinmusic.com and find out all about us. We are dedicated to bringing you the best programs that fill the void in our communities. Original, Unique and represented by our Indigenous People. Salute!Music from Elastic Bond, Stolen Identity, Esther Pennell, Toko Tasi, Irv Lyons Jr, Mike Bern, John McLeod, JC Campbell, Animelatine, Artson, Def-i, Ariano, Sober Junkie, Cody Coyote, Bluedog, Janet Panic, Quantum Tangle, Chances, Nancy Sanchez, La Dame Blanche, 1915, Novalima, DJ krayzkree, Bomba Estereo, Carsen Gray, Jace Martin, QVLN, Stoik, Frikstailers, Tchutchu and much much more.
On the January 16, 2020 episode of The Brian and Kindra show, Larry Hill of Larry K Hill Studios shared how art is important in life and a very important aspect of making a house into a home. Larry shared that the creation of art is an expression of life when words fail. Larry shared how he and his wife previously had foster kids. He would encourage the children to sit down with high quality materials and though the children were not always able to express their feelings verbally, often their feelings would be visible in their art. Larry shares that we can all do this at some level. Creating can make us happy, help us smile inside. He reminds us that many artists, such as himself, offer classes to assist in artistic creation and expression. Additionally, the things we create are often the legacy we leave behind that is treasured by our family when we are gone. Art created by others brings emotion to us and reminds us of things. This is why we have art in our homes. Larry shared how Brian and Kindra help buyers find the home that is a reflection of the buyer and a reflection of how they want to live. Once they purchase, Larry shares, that’s when he is able to become an asset. He can ask questions and help to find the right kind of art to further reflect the buyers. Art can create an additional layer of happiness, excitement and calm in the home. Larry can help to create an atmosphere that a homeowner desires all by the type of art that is displayed. It is also important to note that it’s not always an immediate choice. Sometimes, one must ‘live’ in the home or office for a time before they know what they are really looking for. Once they are more familiar with their space and can identify what they love about it, Larry can assist in finding the right pieces to complement and improve their living spaces. Not all art is the same and art appeals differently to each person. Brian shared how in his home, art and decoration are displayed in an organized and symmetric fashion. Yet, another homeowner he worked with recently had an eclectic vision for their living space including a variety of objects displayed in a less uniform fashion. Both types of art are right in their settings, but show how individuals are attracted to various types of art reflecting who they are. Brian and Kindra encourage readers to review the art they have in their homes. They especially encourage new homeowners to find someone like Larry Hill to assist them when they are settled in their new space to find art to further reflect the atmosphere they want their home to exhibit. If you are looking for a local artist, ask your Real Estate Professional if they have someone they may recommend. As always, best wishes in your real estate adventures!
Episode 48: Larry K. and the Settlement with Toronto Intergroup
Beyond Belief Sobriety
When I first heard the news of the Toronto Intergroup of Alcoholics Anonymous removing the agnostic groups from the Greater Toronto Area meeting directory and preventing them from having a voice at intergroup meetings, I couldn’t help but ask myself how I would feel if I were faced with these circumstances. I would feel, in […]