"who You Calling Old?!"

Sinopse

Imagine how different things would be if aging was no longer an issue in the lives of women and men at any age. What would life be like if women and men were free to be who they were born to be if age was a non-issue. M. Cecile Forté, Ph.D., explores issues of age and aging in our youth driven society. Like most Baby Boomers, Ceciles not going gently into that good night! An author, researcher and national motivational speaker, Cecile uses her expertise in this arena which provided the basis for her one woman show, Who you calling old?!

Episódios

  • Talking with Barbara Mahler author of The Hole In The Sky

    Talking with Barbara Mahler author of The Hole In The Sky

    08/03/2010 Duração: 30min

    It's women's history month so we are celebrating the newest names in literature. For our guest Barbara Mahler The tragic 9/11 events and the death of one of her closest clients prompted Mahler, a traditional medicinal healer, to write a book about the healing power of love and beauty of the human spirit. Drawing on her vivid storytelling skills, she wrote The Hole in the Sky, the first novel in a trilogy for children ages 8-13 (Oct 2009). In The Hole In The Sky she explores grief from the perspective of a child, which in real life often goes unnoticed as most people see children as being resilient when they are often deeply affected by death. Her novel gives voice to those children in the hopes of helping them better deal with the tough subject of death.

  • 1st Monday of the month with numerologist Lloyd Strayhorn  an announcement from Cecile Forte

    1st Monday of the month with numerologist Lloyd Strayhorn & an announcement from Cecile Forte

    01/03/2010 Duração: 01h00s

    It's the first Monday of the month and that means it's time for best selling author and numerologist Lloyd Strayhorn to give us a look ahead by the numbers. Also please stay tuned as host Cecile Forte talks about her latest release My Husband Made A Man Outta Me and I Resent It! The Anatomy of the Man-Made Woman

  • Talking with Erica Manfred author of Hes History Youre Not: Surviving Divorce Over Forty

    Talking with Erica Manfred author of He's History; You're Not: Surviving Divorce Over Forty

    22/02/2010 Duração: 30min

    Erica Manfred was fifty-five when her husband announced he was leaving for a younger woman. Luckily, she had a girlfriend who had been through a recent divorce—a friend who coached her through the frustrating, frightening process of taking care of herself again. Divorced women, especially those of a “certain age,” need advice not only from experts such as divorce lawyers and therapists, but also from a sage, savvy girlfriend who’s been there, done that. This book is that friend for the recently divorced or separated woman over forty. Drawing both on her own experience and interviews with professionals and other divorced women Manfred covers it all. Join us as we chat with her about what it takes to survive, move on and flourish over forty.

  • Talking with Denise Bolds MSW author of Raising Princes to be Kings

    Talking with Denise Bolds MSW author of Raising Princes to be Kings

    15/02/2010 Duração: 30min

    One of the most important undertakings we have as women is that of mother. Being a mother means more than just giving birth. It includes doing our best to raise our children. Author Denise Bolds joins us to talk about the mother/son union which she discusses in her book Raising Princes to be Kings A Single Black Mother's Guide To Raising her Black Son. Her goal is to empower black women through motherhood, one child at a time. Saving our black men from the beginning. Please tune in for this very timely and thought provoking topic.

  • Talking with Hilda Ruch author of Women Create! A serious whimsical celebration female creativity

    Talking with Hilda Ruch author of Women Create! A serious whimsical celebration female creativity

    08/02/2010 Duração: 30min

    When it comes to creativity, women are impresarios. Tune in as author, educator and inspirational speaker Hilda Ruch joins us to talk about her book Women Create! A Seriously Whimsical Celebration of the Creative Feminine. Her book explores women's uniquely capricious, intelligent and innate process of constructing and exhibiting creativity. From Molly Ivins to Dolly Parton, Ruth Bader Ginsberg to Coco Chanel and Scarlett O'Hara to Gloria Steinem, these wildy creative women share an exceptional brilliance.

  • Were talking love by the numbers with noted numerologist Lloyd Strayhorn

    We're talking love by the numbers with noted numerologist Lloyd Strayhorn

    01/02/2010 Duração: 01h00s

    It's February and romance is in the air this month with the celebration of Valentine's Day. Want to know what's in store for you and your sweetie? Or maybe you're looking for that special someone? Join us as we welcome numerologist Lloyd Strayhorn to chat about romance, numbers and compatibility.

  • Talking with artist, speaker and teacher Toni Quest

    Talking with artist, speaker and teacher Toni Quest

    25/01/2010 Duração: 30min

    Toni Quest is a self described renaissance woman. A self-taught painter, sculptor, teacher, published poet, host of her own Internet radio talk show Screaming Woman® on Passionate Internet Voices Radio and is now exploring the world of merchandising and commerce. She wants to use her innate talents and abilities to provoke thought and inspire communication about our relationship to others and the world around us. TQ has used her artistic inclinations, which she has incorporated into an instructional design she has termed “self actualizing portraiture,” to overcome the physical and emotional limitations of Multiple Sclerosis (MS) and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). She has used this same technique to assist others in similar ways. According to Toni“teaching has been a wonderful vehicle in which to extend myself to help others achieve their goals. Having taught children, teens and adults from ages six to 95, I have come to believe teaching is a calling which I have chosen to answer." In 2008, TQ extende

  • Talking with Boys of Birmingham author P.L. Ryan

    Talking with Boys of Birmingham author P.L. Ryan

    18/01/2010 Duração: 30min

    As we celebrate the life of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. we are joined by P.L. Ryan author of the Boys of Birmingham. It has been over four decades since the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. at the hands of James Earl Ray. The Boys of Birmingham by P.L. Ryan chronicles the tumultuous time in the South leading up to, and immediately following, the assassination of one of America’s great heroes. The book outlines and chronicles the professional and personal lives of the team of FBI agents that undertook the investigation into King’s assassination. An added dimension of depth in the book is that Ryan’s father, William A. Saucier, was lead investigator of the group of white, northern, Irish-Catholic FBI agents dubbed “The Boys of Birmingham.” The “Boys” were some of the brightest and best the Bureau had to offer in the 1960’s and had such intriguing nicknames as “The Dallas Duplicator,” “The Sailor,” and “Tampa Fats” and each had their own success as agents but their shining moment would come in the S

  • Talking with Suzanne Andrews host of PBS program Functional Fitness Host

    Talking with Suzanne Andrews host of PBS program Functional Fitness Host

    11/01/2010 Duração: 30min

    It's the New Year and with it comes all the resolutions to get in shape, particularly for those of us over 40. Suzanne Andrews an occupational therapy practitioner for people 40 + is joining us to talk about her show on PBS and her book in progress Naked "But's Don't Lie. In this groundbreaking book she discusses how sometimes we become our own worst enemies when it comes to changing our lifestyles, eating healthy and losing weight. Consequently we accelerate our body’s internal clock aging us before our time. We start down an earnest path to achieve our fitness goals, and succumb to our big - bad – BUT! As time goes by our waistline and our ‘BUT’ gets bigger and bigger: I want to exercise ‘But’… I want to lose weight ‘But’. I want to lose these love handles ‘But’. In her book she offers funny, factual advice and a no more excuses guide on cutting edge non-surgical techniques that will put passion back into your mind, youth back into your body, and vitality back into your spirit by reversing the effects

  • First Monday of the Month and the New Year with noted Numerologist Lloyd Strayhorn

    First Monday of the Month and the New Year with noted Numerologist Lloyd Strayhorn

    04/01/2010 Duração: 01h00s

    It's officially the New Year! Now that you've popped the cork on the champagne and made your resolutions it's time for world renowned numerologist Lloyd Strayhorn to join us for a look at what's ahead according to the numbers for the new year. Call in and see what your numbers mean for you and the year ahead.

  • Talking with Pamela Mac Phee author of Delivering Hope: The Extraordinary Journey of a Surrogate Mom

    Talking with Pamela Mac Phee author of Delivering Hope: The Extraordinary Journey of a Surrogate Mom

    28/12/2009 Duração: 30min

    After the presents have been opened on Christmas Day, the long lines for purchases are replaced with return lines. Nevertheless it's in the true spirit of giving that we are joined by Pamela Mac Phee, a woman who gave the ultimate gift of a child to her cousin Henry and his wife Lauren after learning that Lauren would be unable to carry a pregnancy due to cancer radiation treatments. So following the completion of all the necessary evaluations, doctors performed an embryo transfer and she successfully carried a surrogate pregnancy to term, delivering a baby girl to Henry and Lauren in May of 2001. Pamela has documented her story in her book DELIVERING HOPE: The Extraordinary Journey of a Surrogate Mom. There are more than 7 million infertile women in the U.S. and this is not only a heartwarming story of overcoming infertility, but it is also a story of family, of hope, and the true joy of giving generously.

  • Talking with Marketing Expert Sandra Holtzman

    Talking with Marketing Expert Sandra Holtzman

    21/12/2009 Duração: 30min

    Award winning creative director and marketing strategist, Sandra Holtzman joins us again to talk about what you need to be successful to market a new business or venture. With over 20 years of expertise in virtually every area of pharmaceutical advertising (ethical, OTC, DTC), nanotech, biotech, and chemical as well as emerging and converging technologies. Her experience includes business-to-business, medical communications, and international marketing, as well as consumer marketing. Sandra’s solid strategies and creative thinking have proved successful for Fortune 500 companies as well as startup organizations. She has worked on products and services as varied as the launch of the Acura car in the United States and Benadryl Decongestant, for which she helped create one of the most successful pharma ads ever run. She also co-authored a book called Lies Start-Ups Tell Themselves to Avoid Marketing (A no bull**** guide for PhDs, lab rats, suits, and entrepreneurs) In today's economic times if you are thinking a

  • Talking with Debbie Jordan author of The World I Imagine

    Talking with Debbie Jordan author of The World I Imagine

    14/12/2009 Duração: 30min

    The holiday season is filled with the spirit of giving, hope and love. It's also a time to enjoy peace amongst all. Author Debbie Jordan joins us to talk about her latest book The World I Imagine. In it she explores the meaning of peace as being more than just the absence of conflict. Establishing and maintaining peace will take far more creativity, dedication, and hard work than war ever did. True peace would be much cheaper and far less traumatic than any war, but, to date, no one has been able to pull it off. During this time of war so many of us have family and friends who are serving with honor for our country. Join us as we talk about true peace and the day when we can bring our sons, daughters, mothers, fathers, sisters and brothers back home. Debbie Jordan writes a column for the Arizona City Independent Edition. She also writes for Examiner.com

  • First Monday of the Month with Numerologist Lloyd Strayhorn author of Numbers and You

    First Monday of the Month with Numerologist Lloyd Strayhorn author of Numbers and You

    07/12/2009 Duração: 01h00s

    It's officially the holiday season! It's time for world renowned numerologist Lloyd Strayhorn to join us for a look at what's ahead according to the numbers for your holiday and get a peek at what the new year has in store.

  • Talking with Patricia Volonakis Davis author of Harlots Sauce

    Talking with Patricia Volonakis Davis author of Harlot's Sauce

    30/11/2009 Duração: 30min

    For author Patricia Volonakis Davis life began for her at forty, but it got even better at fifty! At fifty, She published her first book, Harlot's Sauce, which was a best seller on Amazon and received an award from USABOOKNEWS. She also started her own podcast and e-magazine, casting aside her doubts and fears to pursue her writing passions full-time. Plus, she's in better shape now than ever been due to an exercise and diet program that feels as though it has turned the clock back. (But she also thinks it's due to her NEW attitude that's made the difference, too!) Join us as she talks about her life, new attitude and what makes Harlot's Sauce so hot.

  • Talking with Grace Zolla Protano author of As Long As You Can See the Clock, Youre Okay

    Talking with Grace Zolla Protano author of As Long As You Can See the Clock, You're Okay

    23/11/2009 Duração: 30min

    In Grace Zolla Protano's touching memoir As Long As You Can See the Clock, You're Okay she takes us back to a vibrant Brooklyn in the 1950's, a time when the country liked Ike and Baby Boomers were growing up and listening to the new sound of rock and roll. Yet for Grace her childhood memories include living with a mother with bipolar disorder. Unfortunately even with all the hope and prosperity of the times, it was a generation where bipolar disorder wasn't a term used in public or private. Unlike today's generation that talks openly about mental illness and its treatment, such things remained behind closed doors. This book is Grace's way of making peace with the past. The book is funny; the book is sad and ultimately it's a kind of apology for not understanding. Long Island has been Grace's home for thirty-five years. Her experiences with teaching teenagers for most of that time, raising three teenage daughters, and being a teenager herself in Brooklyn, provide a look into the heart of a kid with its confl

  • Chatting with Carrie Silver Stock author of Secrets Girls Keep: What Girls Hide ( Why)

    Chatting with Carrie Silver Stock author of Secrets Girls Keep: What Girls Hide (& Why)

    16/11/2009 Duração: 30min

    Author Carrie Silver-Stock, M.S.W., L.C.S.W., founded Girls with Dreams (www.girlswithdreams.com) to create a global movement where girls discover their power, passion, and big dreams. The mission is simple: girls will empower one another to build their best lives while learning how to take action and learn how to make a positive impact in their own lives and the world. A former radio talk show host, speaker, social worker, author, life coach, and frequent contributor to newspapers and other organizations, she has advocated for young people for more than fifteen years. Carrie joins us to talk about her newest book, Secrets Girls Keep: What Girls Hide (& Why) and How to Break the Stress of Silence.

  • Talking with Quick and Healthy author Brenda Ponichtera about Healthier Holiday Cooking

    Talking with Quick and Healthy author Brenda Ponichtera about Healthier Holiday Cooking

    09/11/2009 Duração: 30min

    With Thanksgiving just around the corner many of us are preparing to enjoy some of our favorite dishes. Join us as we talk to nutritionist and Quick and Healthy Cook author Brenda Ponichtera about ways we can make some of our family favorites, healthy without sacrificing taste.

  • First Monday of the Month with Numbers and You author Lloyd Strayhorn

    First Monday of the Month with Numbers and You author Lloyd Strayhorn

    02/11/2009 Duração: 01h00s

    If it's the first Monday of the month, it's time for world renowned numerologist Lloyd Strayhorn to join us for a look at what's ahead according to the numbers.

  • Talking with Janet White Author of Secrets of the Hidden Job Market

    Talking with Janet White Author of Secrets of the Hidden Job Market

    26/10/2009 Duração: 30min

    Before Janet White was laid off from her corporate public relations job, the sales director for a national business magazine tried to convince her that her firm needed to advertise in his magazine and participate in an event his magazine was sponsoring. She told him why they didn’t and that there was nothing in his hard-sell presentation that related to her company. She went on to tell him how he could have easily qualified her company and tailored his presentation to meet her needs. Shortly after that, he called her and said, "I am prepared to offer you a senior position on my staff. I know sales talent when I see it, and you could get into any senior corporate executive’s office in this country." Janet turned down his offer, but he hit on something. Ever since she started working in the early 1970’s, she'd gotten every job she'd ever wanted – and it didn’t matter if she didn’t have any experience, didn’t know anyone on the inside, how big the company was, how much competition there was or what the eco

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