Rank #1: From Redneck to Rainbow: The Rights & Freedoms of LGBTQ+ Youth Part One, Episode #46
Oct 03 2017
Rank #2: “Her Brothers” Strive to Reshape “Her” Normal. Men & Boys Inspiring Men & Boys to End Violence Against Women.
Jul 26 2017
Rank #3: Fostering Relationships with Mentors: Juno Award Winning Artist Susan Aglukark Shares How Mentors Guided Her Towards Success. Episode #44
Sep 17 2017
Rank #4: I am heart. Men helping boys change the definition of “Boy Code.” Episode #43
Sep 03 2017
Rank #5: Lose Your Ego Gain The World with Todd Lemense Episode #49
In life there can be many obstacles standing in our way when it comes to achieving goals. Some of those obstacles can be socio-economic, mental or physical challenges or adverse live circumstances. Those are all very difficult situations to maneuver through but time and time again no matter who I met and what life has handed them the biggest obstacle they admit is the greatest is over coming their own mind. How do we silence our “Ego Selves” when it comes to the pursuit of success?
My guest today is Todd Lemense is a business and motivational speaker with a specialization in personal accountability and business accountability. He is also an expert in ego control and keeping things in proper perspective. Todd has received national speaker awards and spoke to more than 500 huge corporations. He has been sharing his perspective since 2008 and has designed sales programs for more than 50 direct sales organizations. Todd has mentored CEO level executives and conducted hands-on training with mid-level managers. He has authored three books – Think Thin Feel Amazing, Leverage Your Life and Lose Your Ego Gain the World. He has worked as a region manager at the second largest bank in world and is an expert at helping struggling companies restore their productivity. Todd is also an aggressive entrepreneur who has started several extremely successful businesses.
Oct 18 2017
Rank #6: Good Morning Gorgeous: Dale Smith Thomas Teaches Individuals &Corporations How To Find Beauty Within
Often times throughout our day we put ourselves down in one way or another. Maybe we think that we are too fat, or too skinny, too tall or not tall enough. Sometimes we can’t even take a compliment when one is sent our way, we just deflect the gesture and downplay our light. How do we change the way we think about ourselves in the world? How do we go from thinking we are drab to knowing we are fab? How do we find our inner gorgeous?
My guest today, Dale Smith Thomas, experienced a similar untruth about herself and did not always think she was pretty, in fact she really thought she was nothing special at all. As she got older she began to realize that her beauty had to come from within.
In her book, Good morning Gorgeous,Dale reflects on her experiences as Mrs. Tennessee and offers a unique perspective on what it means to be truly beautiful. She has already helped thousands of women discover their “inner gorgeous” and continues to reach more every day. In addition to her books, she’s also been a frequent guest on Dr. Phil and other major network television shows.
I know I say this about all of my guests, but I really did fall in love with Dale’s light. It felt like I met a long lost sister. I highly recommend her book because it captures the struggle within ourselves and offers a fresh outlook on how we can break the shackles of our own negative self beliefs.
Oct 31 2017
Rank #7: Hearing With My Heart: Justin Osmond May Have A Hearing Loss, But That Hearing Loss Does Not Have Him
I have a bone to pick with the people out there who feel the need to spread their negative beliefs onto others. Stop it. Your philosophy is tired and the human soul is energized and has proven time and time again, that you’re wrong. It’s time for us to silence the naysayers and listen to what we know to be true in our hearts, that people are incredible and to prove it all they need is a little hope.
My guest today has led an extraordinary life. Justin Osmond was born with 90% hearing loss. That is hard for anyone, but being the son of Merrill Osmond, the lead singer of the world-renowned Osmond Family, made deafness and even bigger challenge.
After 12 years of intense speech and listening therapy, he can now speak with passion and through modern-day technology, hear with conviction.
I am honoured to have him on the show and to continue to spread his incredible message. I think we could all learn a thing or two from Justin’s life experience.
Oct 20 2017
Rank #8: May Your Choices Reflect Your Hopes & Not Your Fears, Episode #48
No matter how much time goes by I am still amazed by how many people choose to discourage others as opposed to encouraging them. Haven’t we seen and heard enough life experiences to know that the human soul is truly resilient? That each of us can overcome and achieve incredible thing when we have even just a little support in our lives. This episode of Cara Jones Speaks shares the stories of two incredible people, Christina Fry & Len Morissette, who changed their lives by making a choice that reflected their hopes.
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Oct 12 2017
Rank #9: RSVP From Heaven: How Psychic Medium Marie Saint-Louis Went From Readings In Her Kitchen To Hollywood Parties.
May 08 2017
Rank #10: I HAVE TODAY: Redefining possible with Diane Forster, Inventor & Empowerment Coach
Jun 20 2017
Rank #11: Tedx Familiar Strangers: How do simple interactions with strangers create a ripple of change in the world? Episode #45
Sep 25 2017
Rank #12: From Redneck to Rainbow: The Rights & Freedoms of LGBTQ+ Youth Part Two, Episode #47
Oct 12 2017
Rank #13: Ray Of Hope World Kindness Day Video Premiere With Award Winning Musician Alika Hope Episode #52
The current political energy across the globe is feelings rather polarized and divided in so many ways. As we watch our social media feeds each day it can be difficult to find a ray of hope amongst the darkness. To find a way to bridge our divide and use social media for good. To let people know we are there for each other emotionally and virtually.
FEEL THE MUSIC, CHANGE THE WORLD…
That is the message of The Ray of Hope Project started by my guest today, award winning musician, Alika Hope. She had the goal of using African American spirituals to shed light on the combined anti-slavery efforts of blacks and whites in 19th century New England and now includes nine musicians and actors who incorporate African American spirituals with live music in their participatory programs.
Ray of Hope Project’s newest production, music video “IRL” is a video focusing on the importance of kindness on social media. It will premiere on various social media channels on World Kindness Day, November 13.
Nov 03 2017
Rank #14: Giant Rock: Chad Meek Was Abducted By Aliens & He Wants To Share Their Message
Apr 25 2017
Rank #15: How To Live Large in 90 sq feet: My Interview With Author Felice Cohen
Apr 12 2017
Rank #16: I Promise Not To Tell: Raising A Transgender Child
Mar 03 2017
Rank #17: Dickheads & Debauchery: Former NYPD Detective Uses Humour To Talk About Mortality
Feb 24 2017
Rank #18: Called to Live: A Powerful & Uplifting Interview With Mental Health Advocate Nancy Virden
Feb 07 2017
Rank #19: Learning to shovel the shift: Psychic Medium Tricia Carr shares her story of how she embraced her new life as a sensitive
Feb 03 2017
Rank #20: Cherokee Wisdom: My Interview with Cythia M. Ruiz
Jan 25 2017