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Women in Resilience with Rina Singh and Margaret Millet

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Women in Resilience with Rina Singh and Margaret Millet

Join me for a special episode: WOMEN IN RESILIENCE! February 17, 2022, 1pm EST!

A very special episode today; an episode I dedicate to my mum and aunt’s Kendall and Brenda. I talk with two inspiring woman involved with the Business Continuity Institute’s Women in Resilience committee; chair and co-chair respectively, Rina Singh (Host of ResiliencePod) and Margaret Millett.

In this episode we talk about:

a) Why the Women in Resilience initiative is important to me,

b) The women that have inspired me,

c) Challenges faced by women in the resilience industry,

d) The need for the Women in Resilience committee,

e) The committee’s goals, objectives, purpose,

f) Define what an ally is…and isn’t,

g) Resources and how people can get involved…and more.

You don’t want to miss this inspiring episode. Enjoy!


5 Effective Ways To Motivate And Support Your Football Team

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5 Effective Ways To Motivate And Support Your Football Team

When you support a football team, you don’t support them because of trophies, players, or their history. You support them because you found a connection with them, you feel like you belong there. So, if you are you looking for ways to show your support to your favorite football team in the ground, then go out there and support your team in the best possible way with these great tips.


For die-hard fans, there is no better way of supporting your football team than showing up hours or days before game-day to tailgate. A tradition with humble beginning on the back of pickup trucks, tailgating has grown in prominence and a common and cherished experience at high school, college, and professional football games.

Ardent fans enjoy the experience of driving RVs filled to the brim with the latest and greatest party gear. The gear ranges from premium barbecues to satellite dishes; anything that gets the party going is welcomed. In most cases, tailgating parties almost as exciting and entertaining as the live games.

If you are planning to host a pregame party, you ought to plan way ahead. First and foremost, familiarize yourself with the stadium, its parking facilities, and regulations. It may be the case that tailgating around the stadium and/or consumption of alcohol within the parking area is prohibited or restricted to certain designated areas.

When you pack, prioritize efficiency and portability. The last thing you want is to miss kickoff while packing your gear and other items back into your vehicle. The most important gear to have while tailgating is a portable grill, utensil for cooking and eating, and perhaps a folding table and some portable chairs. Any other item is optional; you can do without that big screen, party tent, or campers. A minimalist tailgate party enhances your experience.

Learn the Traditions

Part of being a football fan is knowing and participating in your team’s and the fanbase’s traditions enthusiastically according to sports handicapper Wunderdog. Whether high schools, college, or professional teams, few teams will lack a fight song played and sang during touchdowns, timeouts, and big plays. Learn the word the rallying songs and any choreography that accompany the songs. If you are attending a school game, learn the alma mater.

There is more to supporting your team than singing, however. Fans will cheer and participate in other spectacles during games. The very best example of this is college football games. In any typical football game, tens of thousands of fans might move in unison while cheering or yelling to support their team and get them fired up.

University of Arkansas’ “Hog Call” is a very good example. During kickoffs and any other major events during the game, all of the Razorback fans deafen the stadium with the “Woooooooo. Pig. Sooie!” chant. University of Wisconsin fans – the Badgers – shake the stadium to its foundation by bouncing to House of Pain’s “Jump Around.” Such traditions might seem silly, but they are the makings of special and emotional memories that you will live to cherish.

Let Your Team Spirit Shine Through

Almost every football programs, right from the smallest highs school in rural America to the latest Super Champions, offer merchandise you can buy to support your team. Quite often, the merchandise on sale includes clothing items such as t-shirts. However, larger teams will l likely offer a diverse variety of merchandise goods that are more profitable. Profitable items include things like license plate frames and personal checks.

Louisiana State University, a college football powerhouse in the Southeastern Conference (SEC), offers more theat 2,600 items on its official merchandise shop (LSUshop.net) for teams selling this kind of items, it can be profitable and supports the team immensely. For instance, in 2008, the University of Texas sold more than $17 million of the team’s merchandise. However, this revenue bundled together the sopersorhip and advertising deals revenue with merchandise revenue (source: Dexheimer).

In a nutshell, no matter the football program you support, you can show your loyalty by buying their team merchandise. It can be as simple to buy the team’s flag to decorate your car with your head to a game or a magnetic patch to stick to your door. If your team is trying to get its fan’s section wearing the same color, consider purchasing the team shirt. Go a step further and buy their coffee mug with their logo. Not only will you give the team a little advertising where you use the mug, but it’s also a good way to display your bragging rights when the team wins.

Get Creative

Supporting your team should not end with wearing a store-bought hoodie to the games. Some fans go a step further and get creative with how they support their teams. For instance, many fans will use homemade body paint, signs, and costumes to support their teams. If you want modest painting, head to the tailgating booth to have your cheeks painted your team’s colors.

Some fans go all out and paint their entire bodies, from head to toe, in their team’s colors. Others will paint the initials of their team on their chest and head out to the games bear-chested, even in the frigid cold. If you prefer staying warmer on game night, wear a costume that resembles your team mascot or even buy your favorite patriotic light up toys. The Oakland Raiders fans are renowned for wearing outlandish costumes that combine chains, skulls, shoulder pads, and spiked helmets.

That said, body painting and costumes are not for everyone. If you want to support your team, but painting your body is not your cup of tea, use creative signs instead. Posterboard statements have become staples at football games across all levels of the game. You could use signs that as ubiquitous as the “John 3:26” verse to intricate signs with an acrostic of team letters.

You could go for simple, funny, or highly-decorated signs, as long as the letters are big enough for the people around to read. You could also involve your friends and family by having them hold a series of signs to spell out something interesting regarding your team, such as the mascot’s name.

It is important to ensure you are considerate of the people around you when using your sign during the game.

Give Money

Unfortunately, the tailgate parties, the body paint, and car stickers will not go a long way in buying jerseys, fund scholarships, or pay for stadium renovations. Football can be an expensive sport, and the tickets and the merchandise revenue might not suffice in paying for all the program’s cost, especially for smaller universities.

In 2008, only 25 of the 119 college teams that make up the Football Bowl Subdivision (formerly known as Division 1-A) reported having a budget surplus. The other 94 football teams operated with a budget deficit averaging $9.87 million (source: Moltz). If donors do not contribute to these football programs, the 94 schools have to take funds from the general operating funds to run their football program.

Universities are always appealing to their communities and the alumni to donate to the football teams to fill the budgetary gap. Donating monetary gifts is a good way to support your team, especially high school and college teams.

Alternatively, you can support your team by purchasing season tickets. Teams rely on season tickets, which guarantee your seat whether you attend or generate a reliable income team. Teams will provide reserved parking, choice seats, and other perks on game days to show gratitude to season ticket holders.

Embedding Business Continuity & Leadership Support in Disasters

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Embedding Business Continuity & Leadership Support in Disasters

Join me November 4, 2021 at 9am EST!

I talk to industry expert Lynn Hobballah about two key Business Continuity topics: Embedding Business Continuity into an Organization, and Leadership Support and Communications During Disruptions.

With Embedding BCM, Lynn provides some tips on how to integrate BC into everyday business thinking and how awareness is a key component to achieving that goal. We also talk about how BC is not a stand-alone process and that there are benefits to making BC part of daily activities.

Second, Lynn talks about the role of Senior Leadership during a crisis and how to prepare them for being active members of the Crisis Management Team (CMT). Lynn provides some insights on what kinds of support they can provide the CMT and how transparency helps increase support for the BCM program. Lynn provides lots of great tips and insights to help embed BC into our organizations and how leadership buy-in and support helps during a crisis/disaster.

Don’t miss it! Tune in to listen to the variety podcasts.

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The Gift of Support By Cynthia Brian

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The Gift of Support By Cynthia Brian

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Every week, Express Yourself!™ will bring you a stimulating program based on a chapter from our award winning book Be the Star You Are!® for Teens.
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Psychic and author, Sherrie Dillard, joins host Asya Gonzalez to talk about getting support through any confrontation, situation, life journeys.

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In her book Discover Your Authentic Self, Sherrie shows you how to live more fully and according to your passions. Sherrie offers workshops and classes on spiritual development and spiritual healing nationally and internationally.

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Health Rap reporter, Alex Pawlakos offers powerful statistics on the importance of a support person for any person with an illness. People who did not have strong social support were 50% more likely to die from illness than those who had such support. A support person, keeps all of the patient’s medical appointments, monitor their blood sugar and blood pressure and most importantly, make sure that the patient takes all of their medicines in the right dosages and at the required times.

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The newest member of the Express Yourself!™ Radio Team, Joven Hundal brings his World Watch segment with the topic of the game that is taken the world by storm, Pokémon GO, next chapter of Nintendo’s wildly successful Pokémon franchise. The app has been widely acclaimed for encouraging fitness and offering support by requiring players to get up and walk around. Be supportive!

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Guest Bio: Sherrie Dillard
Sherrie Dillard (Durham, NC) has been a professional psychic, medium, and therapist for over twenty years. She has taught intuition development at Duke University Continuing Studies, and has led workshops and classes on spiritual development and spiritual healing nationally and internationally. Explore a range of topics for self-discovery, including intuition, spiritual guidance, spirit animals, spirit essence and energy (chakras and auras), recognizing personal abilities according to archetype, living your purpose, and more with her book Discover Your Authentic Self. www.SherrieDillard.com

New World Watch Reporter: Joven Hundal
Joven Hundal is an ambitious rising 10th grader residing in Turlock, California. He enjoys combating ignorance, learning random trivia facts, keeping up to date on the current ongoings of the world, and binge-watching Netflix of course. He will offer segments entitled World Watch bringing to our radio broadcast what’s trending and important to know about around the globe. www.expressyourselfteenradio.com

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Gift of Support by Cynthia Brian

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Every week, Express Yourself!™ will bring you a stimulating program based on a chapter from our award winning book Be the Star You Are!® for Teens.

“Whatever you choose to do, we will support you!”  How fortunate could a teen be than to hear these words every day?

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Asya Gonzalez interviews rising Canadian teen singer, Brettyn Rose about how the support she has received since she was five years old and discovered her love of music and singing.  Brettyn has offered fans a taste of her voice by sharing a selection of cover-songs on her YouTube channel and you’ll hear her original single, Everything’s Fine, on this show.

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Lion’s Roar reporter, Katie Lyons talks about the necessity of support in sports. An athlete depends on support from coaches, parents, fans, friends, and team mates and without support, athletes can not thrive. Asya also shares the support she’s received from family as well as strangers when she launched her company, StinkyFeet Gurlz.com. Offer your support to others and you’ll be supported.

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Bio: Hailing from the small town of Okotoas, Brettyn discovered her love of music while attending singing lessons in Calgary at just five years’ old. Intent on exploring all aspects of music Brettyn, also began playing the piano, guitar and more recently, the ukulele creating her unique and dynamic sound.  Brettyn looks to her 4-year long relationship with the Youth Singers of Calgary as the catalyst of her career and growing passion for music. As she moves through the divisions offered by the performance organization, Brettyn takes the opportunity to explore not only her musical talent but also her performance and theatrical abilities. With laser focus and perseverance, Brettyn is on the fast track two-year program for high school while testing in Royal Conservatory of Music, of Canada’s top music education organizations and performance venues. www.brettynrose.com
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Express Yourself! Teen Radio is produced by Cynthia Brian of Starstyle Productions, llc as an outreach program of Be the Star You Are! charity. To make a tax-deductible donation to keep this positive youth programming broadcasting weekly to international audiences. Dare to care!

Be the Star You Are! charity. It’s the Season of Giving Make a donation today. Buy books and shirts at StarStyle Radio . If you are buying gifts on line, Amazon donates a % back to BTSYA with every purchase.Thanks for helping us help others.

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Expired Meds, Dead Wood, Frenemies

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with Cynthia Brian and Heather Brittany on StarStyle®-Be the Star You Are!® Radio brought to the airwaves under the auspices of Be the Star You Are!® 501 c3 charity, LIVE, since 1998.

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When was the last time you went through your medicine cabinet to check expiration dates on your medications? Dangerous consequences may result from consuming prescriptions that have expired. Learn what to toss and what to keep in Health Matters with Heather Brittany.

Trees are the life source of our world but do you know the signs of a tree in stress? Before tragedy strikes, find out how to identify problems, who to call for help, and what you can do to protect trees with Goddess Gardener, Cynthia Brian.
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Do you have a so-called “friend” who is abusive and dismissive to you? Frenemies are negative forces that need to be purged. Find out how to protect yourself and distance yourself.  True friends are supportive and loving.

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The award winning positive talk radio program, StarStyle®-Be the Star You Are!® broadcasts on the Voice America Empowerment Channel LIVE every Wednesday from 4-5pm Pt/7-8pm ET.  Cynthia Brian and Heather Brittany are the Mother/Daughter dynamic duo who have been co-hosting this program live weekly since 1998 bringing upbeat, life enhancing conversation to the world. With Cynthia’s expertise in interviewing the trailblazers, authors, and experts and Heather’s healthy living segments, these Goddess Gals are your personal growth coaches helping you to jumpstart your life while igniting your flame of greatness. Brought to the airwaves under the auspices of the literacy and positive media charity, Be the Star You Are!®, each program will pump your energy to help you live, love, laugh, learn, and lead.
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Is It True That God Never Gives Us More Than We Can Handle?

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Is It True That God Never Gives Us More Than We Can Handle?

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On today’s InsideOut Forum Discussion Call we took on the age-old platitude that God never gives us more than we can handle. We could all acknowledge that we have known many people, including ourselves for whom this platitude is not true. We could relate to the reality that we all know people who have died or been irreparably damaged by traumas or loss. Why do we say this then? One reason we could see was that saying to ourselves such things as “Only good can come of this,” might help us relax in the moment, but that pretending to be able to handle something that we can’t only sends us into denial. This denial, in turn, causes us to pretend we are okay and NOT to get the help or support that might, in fact, help us to heal and move beyond the pain. Join our online blog conversation and share your perspective!

On the Rise of the Female Entrepreneur

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Some may say that 2014 has seen a spectacular rise in the number of female business owners. If you don’t believe me, just take a quick browse through the internet to find examples galore of blogs, websites, and online magazines focused on the female entrepreneur. From This Girl Means Business to Just Fearless, increasingly, women are propelling themselves forward into the path of entrepreneurship and finding ways to support and encourage one another.

What is certain is that the last decade has witnessed a significant shift in the way people interact, exchange information, develop and grow a business. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the data shows that over the last 17 years, women-owned business increased 68% since 1997 and this represents more than 9.1 million women-owned businesses operating in 2014, which is up from 8.6 million in 2013. The growth in the U.S. has doubled in the last three years and has generated close to $1.5 trillion in revenues for female business owners.

Canadian data reflects similar findings. According to Statistics Canada’s Labour Force Survey, there are 950,00 self-employed women in Canada in 2012 which accounts for 35.6% of all self-employed persons. The report also indicates that the proportion of women-owned businesses that plan to expand their business is generally higher than their male counterparts.
In addition, 47% of small to medium enterprises were entirely or partly owned by women.

More and more women have been bitten by this entrepreneurial bug and they look to it as a realistic alternative to the confines of a traditional job. In Canada, the statistics are promising in that when a woman decides to start a business, she tends to stay in it longer and the survival rates of her business are higher. The greatest concentration of women-run enterprises tend to be in professional services and accommodation and food services.

On this week’s episode of Your Authentic Life, I’m honoured to be interviewing Natalie MacNeil. She is an Emmy Award-winning media producer, bestselling author of She Takes on the World: A Guide to Being Your Own Boss, Working Happy, and Living on Purpose, and the Creator of SheTakesOnTheWorld.com

She Takes On The World is one of the top sites on the planet for entrepreneurial women. It was recognized by Forbes on “Top 10 Websites for Entrepreneurial Women” and was featured by ForbesWoman on “Top 100 Websites for Women.” She Takes on the World is also the 2013 recipient of “Website of the Year” at the Stevie Awards for Women in Business.

Natalie has appeared in top media outlets like Glamour, People StyleWatch, Inc., Forbes, ForbesWoman, Wall Street Journal, CNN, Entrepreneur.com, Globe and Mail, Mashable, and more.

Natalie and I will explore the rise of women-owned businesses. In support of our interview, here are my tips for helping anyone on their entrepreneurial journey:

1) Celebrate even the smallest success. Being an entrepreneur involves a lot of heavy lifting. Some days revenue generating ideas and activities will flow easily and other days it may feel like you’re sinking in quicksand. Recognizing that every effort you take to move closer to your goals and to define a clear path for your success is worthy of celebration. Find ways to treat yourself even if it is with the tiniest gesture. In doing so, you are gently marking occasions that have paved your path to greatness.

2) Learn to say no. There will be many opportunities that come your way. Saying “no” to those that don’t drive you biggest goals forward is critical to ensuring you stay focused and use your time and energy wisely. Remember to evaluate your daily schedule with honesty and with the desire to make the most out of your day.

3) Don’t try to please everyone. Sometimes the decisions you need to make for your business will not always be popular. After doing your research and weighing the options, determine your path because of what you believe to be right and based on all the information you have available to you. Trying to please everyone will leave you in a state of indecision where nothing gets accomplished and no one is happy. If you find out later that it wasn’t an optimal decision, take accountability and tack quick to change course as necessary.

4) Listen to your body. Driving yourself too hard and not taking time to rest, reflect, and recharge will lead to increases in stress, emotional and physical toxicity, and inflammation in your body that may result in a chronic disease. When you listen to your body and do less than you feel you need to do, you’ll find yourself with enough energy in reserve. At the end of a busy day, having fuel in your tank will allow you to enjoy time with family, friends or a quiet evening alone.

5) Don’t let “should” rule you. Taking action about anything because you feel you should or out of a sense of expectation is not going to serve you well. It may leave you feeling resentful and regretting a decision because it wasn’t motivated by what you knew deep down was best for you and your business. Doing something because it feels right and aligns with your truest desires will move you in the direction of infinite potential.

6) Take time to reflect daily. How do you feel about your day and the work you are doing? Are you happy? Is the work still fulfilling even if you had a rocky day? If you answer “no” to these questions on a consistent basis, it is time to evaluate whether a change is necessary.

There is so much I wish I could cover in the time I have with Natalie, but suffice it to say, every moment will be rich with ideas as Natalie shares her experiences with tips to help you live your most authentic life. Tune in November 26 at 2pm ET or 11am PT to catch the show live or go to the VoiceAmerica site and listen to this episode on demand.

“Courage doesn’t always roar. Sometimes courage is the quiet voice at the end of the day saying, “I will try again tomorrow.” – Mary Anne Radmacher

Are You Uncomfortable When You Are Quiet? Why? And What Can We Do About It?

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Are You Uncomfortable When You Are Quiet? Why? And What Can We Do About It?


On today’s InsideOut Forum Discussion Call, we explored what we feel when we are quiet and why. It was a fascinating discovery of all the many ways and reasons that we uncomfortable when we get quiet. Some people fear feeling unloved, others fear being alone or judged or empty. We also heard a man share about using meditation as a means of escaping being really quiet and connected to himself and his body. Others feared being quiet because they didn’t want to hear that inner guidance compelling  them to do something they had been resisting. Join our discussion and share your own experiences and feelings about being quiet. Our community welcomes you to co-create with us an online community where it is safe to be real and to receive compassion and support. Feel free to watch this video about Beth Green.

VoiceAmerica Announces Launch: Version 3.0 of Promotional E-Card

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VoiceAmerica Announces Launch: Version 3.0 of Promotional E-Card


The new innovative design will increase the reach and scope of live and on-demand episodes as well as increase visibility and SEO online to support VoiceAmerica hosts connecting with new guests, their distribution channels, as well as help listeners connect with the new talk content. The new design and technology enables delivery to mobile and desktop destinations and contains the most requested features by hosts and listeners. Some of the highlights include a new streamlined look and feel, direct share support for Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn, plus an “Add This” function which allows listeners and hosts to share e-card 3.0 with over 300 of the world’s social media networks. Additional features to e-card 3.0 include:

– One click access to html coding for integration with third party e-mail services such as leading service providers Constant Contact, AWeber, Mail Chimp, and many other professional e-mail services.

– PDF format export as well as the standard HTML styled display, adding versatility for those e-mail recipients that wish to have or require different formats for the cards.

– Calendar features to add show reminders through the most popular calendar programs, such as Outlook, Google Calendar and iCalendar.

– Enhanced outlay to spotlight guest bios and photos,

– Links to the VoiceAmerica Talk Radio Network’s mobile apps for iOS, Android and Amazon Kindle tablets and devices.

– Each individual e-card is also hosted on a dedicated web page, allowing e-cards to be shared to social media and other services directly from a web browser.

“We continue to reinvest in technologies which we feel create value for our hosts and listeners, commented Jeffrey Spenard, President of VoiceAmerica. “We believe our 3.0 design and functionality will serve our millions of monthly listeners and enable them to, discover, interact, and engage with our hosts.”


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VoiceAmerica is the world leader in online media broadcasting and the largest producer and distributor of live internet based talk radio , delivering over 300 hours of programming weekly on its VoiceAmerica™ talk radio Network. Broadcasting to seven niche community based channels: its flagship VoiceAmerica™ Variety Channel, Health & Wellness Channel, Business Channel, Sports Channel, 7th Wave Channel, Empowerment, and VoiceAmerica Kids Channel. VoiceAmerica is one of the pioneers in internet broadcasting, producing and syndicating online Live and on-demand talk radio, offering an innovative, effective and comprehensive digital broadcast platform. Digital Publishing through its 15 years of broadcast and media experience along with our seasoned staff of Executive Producers, Production and Host Services Group, VoiceAmerica.com provides an internet radio platform for new, emerging and veteran media personalities to expand and monetize their business and brand in an online digital medium.

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