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20 Podcast Episodes

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Episode 14: Susan Barnes - Writing Mistakes to Avoid in Your Novel

First Draft Friday: Conversations about author craft

First drafts are supposed to be ugly, but this chat with book editor Susan Barnes will reveal the most common missteps that authors make. These mistakes can cause poor reviews, lost sales, and the worst of them all… readers setting down your book for something else.In this half-hour live event, Susan will teach how to avoid common pitfalls and what to watch our for when you’re writing and rewriting a draft.Get an expert analysis of your novel in minutes! https://authors.ai/

36mins

11 Feb 2021

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#18, How meditation can improve our communication and heal society, with Susan Barnes

The FutureSeeds Podcast

My speaker for this episode is Susan Barnes. Susan has an amazing story. In the first part of her life, she was the controller of a hedge fund, before becoming a meditation teacher, personal growth facilitator and artist. In episode 17, we discussed meditation in relation to work and purpose. And in this episode, we discuss the impact meditation can have on our mental health, communication, relationships, and even its potential in healing our civilization. We discuss deep listening versus needing to be right, the imbalance of feminine and masculine in decision-making roles, and the link between love and meditation. I invite you to listen to this conversation until the end as I always find my speakers’ message to the world to be the most beautiful part of my interviews.

39mins

27 Nov 2020

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#17, Meditation, purpose and work, with Susan Barnes

The FutureSeeds Podcast

In this episode, I interview Susan Barnes. Susan has an amazing story. In the first part of her life she was the controller of a hedge fund, before becoming a meditation teacher, personal growth facilitator, and artist. In our conversation she develops what it was like to have a high-level job in finance, and to feel misaligned with her purpose. We explore the delicate balance between our outer life - the work we do and our existence within society - and our inner world or spiritual reality. We even dwell on questions such as “how to stay in a state of stillness even while being an active, goal-oriented person”.

34mins

20 Nov 2020

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The Susan Barnes Interview Set IV

The Jake Feinberg Show

Cosmic healer discusses the multi-dimensional psyco-spiritual yoga that she has cultivated in all phases of her life. You must know what you don't know and be in awe of that.

1hr 19mins

5 Nov 2020

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The Susan Barnes Interview Set III

The Jake Feinberg Show

A continual discussion of trust in oneself, how to use and not abuse power and creating a container of love with permission to feel pleasure.

1hr 13mins

22 Oct 2020

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The Susan Barnes Interview Set II

The Jake Feinberg Show

Energetic light healer talks about accepting challenges and growing constitutionally. A continued discussion, using the spirit mind, to thrive in the moment.

1hr 28mins

14 Oct 2020

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#175 Education Needs to Work for Our Kids (Susan Barnes pt.2)

Teach Me, Teacher

Hello everyone! Today, I am bringing you part 2 of one of the most powerful episodes in the history of Teach Me, Teacher, and it is with Ron Clark Academy’s very own, Susan Barnes! If you missed part 1, check it out here.Ms. Susan Barnes has taught language arts, creative writing, and literacy in Brooklyn and Harlem since 1996. She is a gifted staff development trainer, artist, singer and performance poet. Driven by the philosophy that ‘language is art,’ she uses her love of the arts to create language experiences that illustrate how skilled expression conveys, explores and documents the human condition.In this episode, we continue talking about teaching outside the curriculum, but then we dive into how education needs to work for our kids. This means, sometimes, that we have to close our doors and do what's right. This means, sometimes, that we have to be change agents for the sake of the lives of the kids we serve.Her story is inspiring, to say the least, and one that will immediately make you want to rise to the occasion and fight for what is right for our students.Susan has been doing this work for nearly thirty years, and we are all better for listening to her experience and expertise.I can’t express how much I love this talk, and I know you will get so much from it.This episode is sponsored by Heinemann—the leading publisher of professional books and resources for educators—and their professional book, No More Teaching Without Positive Relationships by Jaleel Howard, Tanya Milner-McCall, and Tyrone Howard.Getting to know our students during the year has always been important. But this year is definitely going to throw us all some curveballs. We’ll also get some new opportunities for building connections with our classes.No More Teaching Without Positive Relationships looks at the importance of knowing all our students, being culturally responsive, and protecting kids’ self-esteem. And you also get useful strategies for teaching through those positive relationships as you develop them.So, if you’re looking for support for making your student relationships even stronger, visit Heinemann.com to download a sample from No More Teaching Without Positive Relationships or order your copy.

21 Sep 2020

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#174 Teaching Outside the Curriculum with Susan Barnes (pt.1)

Teach Me, Teacher

Hello everyone! Today, I am bringing you one of the most powerful episodes in the history of Teach Me, Teacher, and it is with Ron Clark Academy's very own, Susan Barnes! Ms. Susan Barnes has taught language arts, creative writing, and literacy in Brooklyn and Harlem since 1996. She is a gifted staff development trainer, artist, singer and performance poet. Driven by the philosophy that ‘language is art,’ she uses her love of the arts to create language experiences that illustrate how skilled expression conveys, explores and documents the human condition.In this episode, we dive into Susan's past, her culture, her heritage, and her teaching career, to discuss why we can't just teach the curriculum. If we want to teach our students and empower their current and future lives, we cannot let outdated and problematic curriculum dictate what students hear about their own race, culture, and history.Her story is inspiring, to say the least, and one that will immediately make you want to rise to the occasion and fight for what is right for our students.Susan has been doing this work for nearly thirty years, and we are all better for listening to her experience and expertise.I can't express how much I love this talk, and I know you will get so much from it.This episode is sponsored by Heinemann—the leading publisher of professional books and resources for educators—and their professional book, No More Teaching Without Positive Relationships by Jaleel Howard, Tanya Milner-McCall, and Tyrone Howard.Getting to know our students during the year has always been important. But this year is definitely going to throw us all some curveballs. We’ll also get some new opportunities for building connections with our classes.No More Teaching Without Positive Relationships looks at the importance of knowing all our students, being culturally responsive, and protecting kids’ self-esteem. And you also get useful strategies for teaching through those positive relationships as you develop them.So, if you’re looking for support for making your student relationships even stronger, visit Heinemann.com to download a sample from No More Teaching Without Positive Relationships or order your copy.

14 Sep 2020

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Ep. 10 Susan Barnes

MUD\WTR: Trends with Benefits

Susan Barnes is a healer and meditation guide who explains her journey that has brought her to meditation.

1hr 12mins

3 Aug 2020

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James Clifford Carson and Susan Barnes Carson

True Crime Weekly Podcast

This week I’m going to tell you about a serial killer couple that became convinced that some of their friends and frequent visitors that came to visit their pot farm were witches and were out to do harm to the world. So they decided to kill 3 people by smashing their skulls, stabbing and shooting. This couple often took hallucinogenic drugs and during one of their trips Susan had a vision and that vision was to change their name to Suzan and Michael Bear and declare allegiance to the Muslim faith. Eventually they were caught and sentenced to 25 years to life.This is the story of James Clifford Carson & Susan Barnes Carson.

38mins

8 Jun 2020

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