Jeni Felts, The Shelf Helper
Jeni Felts set out and created her own niche in the business world using her desire to serve those around her. She helps draw out something that we all intrinsically have deep down: the ability to organize our living spaces and bring added peace to our lives. What most of us lack is the training on how to make this a systematic process, and the discipline to carry it out again...and again...and again on an hourly basis. She has found a sense of excitement and creativity with her decision to set out on her own venture. We hope you enjoy learning from Jeni. See if she can help you: https://www.theshelfhelper.com/
19 Dec 2019
Episode 18 Chris Krager
Chris Krager is the executive director of the homeless shelter in Kalispell, Montana known as the Samaritan House. He's also an accomplished musician. His passion for people and connection provides a natural platform from which he's grown both careers. He's a helper at heart and genuinely hopes to keep making a difference in people's lives. We hope you enjoy getting to know Chris.
16 May 2019
Taylor works in Kalispell as a middle school teacher. He's a pretty reflective and collected friend. We've come to respect him as someone who makes an effort to help students engage the world around them in a thoughtful and deliberate way. On this episode you'll hear him discuss his road to a teaching career, and the pieces of history he finds most compelling...they might not be the headline topics that our textbooks show us. He'll also review why U2 is likely the most influential music group ever. We hope you enjoy our conversation with Taylor!
8 Nov 2019
Episode 7: Chris Kulp
Chris is an Architect with 100 Fold Studio in Lakeside, MT. He has traveled the world with his education and career and his perspective has continued to evolve. He consciously develops his efforts to empower those around him with a fundamental desire to serve those he meets.
4 Feb 2019
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Episode 1: Julie Shobe
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Episode 3: Mark Sanders
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Chelsey Fjeldheim, LCSW
Chelsey works in Kalispell as a clinical therapist. She's amplified her natural skill set of listening well, applying it at the professional level where she impacts the lives around her with multiple therapeutic techniques. She offers positive influence and clarity in a world that often lacks both. Her use of reflection, introspection and humor made this episode a fulfilling experience for all of us. We're excited for you to meet her! She's a good witch..Take a listen to find out why!
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Katie Cantrell's writing expresses her love for life, her family and the multitude of stories that unfold while parenting three kids. She recently made the leap from working in the home as a mom to also working as a freelance writer. Fortunately, she's kept up her blog (dating back to 2007!) to document her own growth in the midst of life's changing seasons. She's even written a book. Katie sat down with us to discuss what it's like to choose to stay home with kids, even when that role didn't turn out the way she expected, and how she's incorporated writing to both supplement and make sense of her primary job as a mom. Check out her blog! www.katiecantrellwrites.com
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