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SecondWind was created as a resource for change.It is a source to shine light to your darkness by hearing other women talk about their Defining Moment to transform their lives... to hear about their fears, doubts, discouragements and joys. So tune in today and listen to the defining moments that changed their lives and began their brighter tomorrows! SecondWind is a widely listened to radio show with 100,000 plus listeners.
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20 For 2020 - Powered Up Success Techniques for the new decade Hosts Sandra Beck and Linda Franklin explore new and innovative techniques to successfully manage your business, health and relationships issues. Learning how to turn challenge into opportunity makes a huge difference in both your short term and long term results. Sandra provides the perspective of a single mom with two teenage boys running her own company. Linda with a successful 25 year career on Wall Street shares strategies t ...
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Join host Sandra Beck of Powered Up Talk Radio in a profound and timely conversation with Dr. Rabbi Wayne Dosick, author of "Radical Loving: One God, One World, One People." This episode delves into the essential themes of the book, aiming to bridge the divides of hatred, bigotry, racism, and antisemitism that plague our society. About Dr. Rabbi Wa…
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Sandra Beck and Linda Franklin from Powered Up Talk Radio have an engaging conversation with Amanda Lambert and Leslie Eckford from Mindful Aging. They delve into the intriguing concept of Living Apart Together (LAT), exploring the dynamics and benefits of maintaining separate residences while being in a committed relationship. This discussion shed…
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Sandra Beck and Linda Franklin of Powered Up Talk Radio meet with Richard Capriola, a mental health and addictions counselor, about the importance of what to look for, comprehensive assessments, and choosing the right counselor to know you're getting the right help. They discuss the Minnesota Adolescent Community Cohort Study (MACCS), a long-term r…
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Sherianna Boyle is the author of nine books including her most recent Emotional Detox Now: 135 Self-Guided Practices to Renew Your Mind, Heart & Body. She is the founder of Emotional Detox Coaching and the Cleanse Method. She has over twenty-five years experience in the mind/body field, is an adjunct Psychology Professor and has published over eigh…
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Sandra Beck and Linda Franklin of Powered Up Talk Radio speak with Amanda Lambert and Leslie Eckford about downsizing the family home after one or both of your parents have passed away. Discussions surround navigating with siblings and children as well as the pressures faced by the only child. Amanda and Leslie are the authors of Aging with Care, C…
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Creating happiness is not as difficult as one might think. There are 31 types of happiness, and today's episode will inspire you to live a happier, more fulfilling life! This replay of a very popular past episode is just in time for the holiday season, which brings a wide range of feelings, not all of them happy ones. Pamela Gail Johnson is the Pra…
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Nobody is immune to chronic stress and burnout. Thankfully, there are many tools to support healing and recovery and resilience against future stressors. This popular replay episode with Erica Cuni is timely, as more and more people are experience burnout than every before. Erica Cuni, known as "The Burnout Professor," is a stress and burnout exper…
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While anxiety and depression are on the rise, there is hope for those suffering from mental health symptoms. This is a replay of a past popular episode featuring mental health survivor and advocate, Erin Kerry. Erin Kerry is on a mission to empower those struggling with mental health issues not to be limited by a label or diagnosis. As a survivor o…
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This is a replay of a popular episode in recent years which explores the power of neuroplasticity, the importance of understanding our brain's biology, and the potential for creating positive change. Leigh E. Richardson has studied human behavior for over 30 years. Her initial focus was on organizational behavior then shifted to human behavior in 2…
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This episode will make you rethink the way you think about authenticity and personal branding - that is, the way you show up in the world. Laura Ballerini is a seasoned creative who has been running a thriving communications firm for over 20 years. During that time, she has become the “perspective shifter.” She is not defined by her design talents,…
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Today's episode dives deep into a topic that has become a national epidemic and affects countless families - dementia. Did you know that dementia is not a disease itself, but a group of symptoms affecting memory and behavior? Alzheimer's is the most common type, affecting over 70% of people with dementia. Christiana Egi is an exceptional Dementia A…
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This episode features Paula Munier, renowned author, editor, literary agent, and teacher. Paula dives deep into her passion for writing and shares invaluable insights on persistence and finding support within the writing community. Drawing from her own experiences, Paula highlights the importance of joining a genre association and surrounding onese…
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Parenting is filled with challenges. This episode explores the power of parenting with consistency, compassion, and communication, with a focus on raising children who become brave, voice trusters, risk-takers, and problem-solvers. Kiva Schuler is the founder of the Jai Institute for Parenting which has been training parenting coaches globally sinc…
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Dana Killion had always struggled with sleepless nights and a deep sense of emptiness. One particular night, while living in a high-rise in Chicago, she found herself gazing down at Lake Michigan, envisioning what it would be like to walk into the water and disappear. It wasn't that she was suicidal, but rather, she felt lost and unsure of how to c…
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Vanessa Kahlon is the founder of Kahlon Family Services School, a nonprofit organization that provides education for (K-8) along with resources and support to families with strong willed children, that some would call 2E (twice exceptional). Vanessa is an experienced caregiver who has dedicated the past 25 years of her life to working with children…
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Lisa McCourt is a joy enthusiast and spiritual teacher who believes that at our core, we are beings of love and joy. Through her studies in comparative religion and various spiritual traditions, she has come to the realization that we are often conditioned to build obstructions that prevent us from recognizing our true joyful nature. This understan…
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Kelly Lutman grew up in a military household, moving frequently and living in multiple countries as well as the US. She originally trained in accounting at Bentley College and UT El Paso, earning her CPA, but after starting a family, she chose to stay home to homeschool her sons. It was then that she discovered one of them had ADHD, and she has bee…
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Sandra Beck and Linda Franklin of Powered up Talk Radio speak with seasoned author Dr. Judith Briles about here latest book, The Author's Walk. Powered Up is also available on iTunes, Spotify, Stitcher, Apple Podcasts I Heart Radio and GooglePlay. This show is sponsored by BetterHelp. Visit BetterHelp dot com slash/poweredup today to get 10% off yo…
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David Dennis is the President and Chief Executive Officer of Eckerd Connects, one of the nation’s largest nonprofits providing workforce development, Job Corps, juvenile justice, and child welfare services across the country. His book is called GAMENESS, Land on Your Feet, Not on Your Feelings. Inspired by the word "gameness," which is not commonly…
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Escaping an oppressive relationship requires immense strength. On this episode, Kanchan Bhaskar shares a courageous story of her escape from a toxic marriage. Be inspired by her determination to regain confidence, independence, and the freedom to live life on her own terms. Kanchan Bhaskar (Kan-chan Bhas-car), an Indian-American, is a first-time au…
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Near-death experiences contradict the idea that there is no realm outside of what we can see on this earth. This episode dives deep into a fascinating new concept of heavenly bodies, and how physics and neuroscience bridge the gap between scientific discoveries and mystical experiences. Joseph Selbie enjoys making the complex and obscure simple and…
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Patti DeNucci is an author and entrepreneur known for her expertise in networking. In 2011, Patti embarked on an empty nest project as her son was about to graduate from college. With a desire to share her thoughts on entrepreneurial success, she began writing a book. That book, The Intentional Networker: Attracting Powerful Relationships, Referral…
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Does clutter got you down? In this episode, Julie Ann Segal, interior designer and feng shui expert, sharing her secrets to creating spaces that make us feel good. Julie Ann reveals how getting rid of unnecessary items and organizing drawers can bring ease and simplicity into your life. Julie Ann, Interior Designer and President of Metro Interiors,…
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Sandra Beck and Linda Franklin of Powered up Talk Radio speak with psychic intuitive Laurie Johnson about the bird's eye view of what is going on and what we can expect in the coming months. Laurie is a gratefully gifted sensitive and Spiritual Counselor with over 30 years in practice and clients all over the world. She is clairvoyant, clairaudient…
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Mary Beth O'Connor has been sober from methamphetamine and other substances since 1994. She also is in recovery from abuse and trauma. The details of her story can be found in her memoir, From Junkie to Judge: One Woman’s Triumph Over Trauma and Addiction. Mary Beth is a Director for LifeRing Secular Recovery. She also is a Director and Secretary f…
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Terri Banner Fitzsimmons (TK Banner) is the author, motivational speaker, and best-selling author of four books. She has been in the field of education most of her adult life as a teacher of all grades, a Sociology Professor for twenty years, and director of an Independent Study Program, helping adults earn their diplomas. She won many awards, incl…
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Rhonda Parker Taylor was born and raised in a small community in Texas. She came from a family of immigrants and was the first female to attend college in her family. Leaving behind her hometown and everyone she knew, Rhonda packed up her Mazda RX7 and headed to college. This was a huge adventure for her, as she had never lived outside of her commu…
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Sandra Beck and Linda Franklin of Powered Up Talk Radio speak with author Joyce Buford about getting your second wind and traveling solo! Tips and techniques for getting the most out of solo travel around the world. Powered Up is also available on iTunes, Spotify, Stitcher, Apple Podcasts I Heart Radio and GooglePlay. This show is sponsored by Bett…
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Laura Black is a retired attorney, award-winning businesswoman, author, and speaker. She conceived and co-founded one of the first temporary legal staffing companies in the U.S., moving on to become its CEO after it was acquired by a public company. The company emerged as the largest in the nation of its kind. She helps later-life women embrace the…
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Pamela Gail Johnson started her journey towards creating the Society of Happy People 25 years ago when she was working in the self-help field for the Hazelden Foundation. She worked in publishing and at one of the treatment centers, attending conferences and teaching empowerment workshops. She couldn't help but wonder: "Why were there so few truly …
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Sandra Beck and Linda Franklin of Powered Up Talk Radio speak with Amanda Lambert and Leslie Eckford about downsizing the family home after one or both of your parents have passed away. Discussions surround navigating with siblings and children as well as the pressures faced by the only child. Amanda and Leslie are the authors of Aging with Care, C…
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Angela Cody-Rouget, aka Major Mom®, used to have the keys to the nukes, but now she declutters and organizes homes with her teams of Liberators in three states, plus she has clients all over the world thanks to her skills at virtually organizing DIYers. Angela spent 14 years dedicated to serving her country in the US Air Force as a satellite contro…
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Rebeccah Silence is the world's leading coach for emotional healing and relationships. She was named the 2022 REDx Magazine Top Emotional Health and Relationship Coach for helping people heal from heartbreak so they can love and lead beyond anything that they thought was possible. As a survivor of a childhood full of trauma and abuse, as well as be…
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About five million Americans are adopted. It might be you or someone you know. Despite this, outdated misperceptions still persist. Forever Families Through Adoption works to demystify adoption through education and awareness. Sam Karliner is a husband, father, and Ironman triathlete. He is also an adoptive parent and sits on the board of directors…
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Mindful forgiveness and paying attention to who we want to be in the world is essential to a healthy relationship with self and others. This episode tackles the topic of forgiveness and how to mindfully explore it through a different lens. Whether you are apologizing or asking for forgiveness, being mindful of your intention to create healing is ke…
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After moving to Malta with her family during the 2020 pandemic, Emily A. Francis learned insider secrets to one of the healthiest lifestyles in the world. Now she shares these insights so that you too can improve your wellness and invigorate your spirit. The Taste of Joy shows you the importance of living simply, mindfully, and naturally while nour…
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Change starts with the mindset to do it. So many people get stuck and blocked to make changes, but a mindset change is necessary for sustained change. This episode covers what is blocking your ability to make changes and how to create a mindset of success. Zoilita Grant has been involved in human development for over forty years. She graduated from…
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Practicing intentionality is difficult in a world of multitasking. In this episode, author Melinda Salisbury shares how she has created more inspiration and joy in her life by being more intentional and practicing her word of the year, presence. Melinda Salisbury is an author who lives on the southeast coast of the UK, though she grew up in the cou…
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Many people want to have a deeper understanding of the way God works through people. Understanding spiritual gifts and the way they show up is one way to learn more about God's work in the world. This episode tackles the topics of spiritual gifts and how to use your gifting to impact the world. Blessed at a very early age with the gift of the Holy …
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Heather Creekmore writes and speaks hope to thousands of women each week inspiring them to stop comparing and start living. Her first book Compared to Who? encourages women to uncover the spiritual root of body image issues and find freedom. Her latest release, The Burden of Better, offers women a journey into the depths of God's grace to find a wa…
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Kathy Sparrow is an award-winning author, ghostwriter, and publishing consultant who has mentored aspiring non-fiction, fiction, and poetry writers for over two decades. Known as a “behind-the-scenes secret weapon” to thought leaders, Kathy specializes in the areas of self-development, leadership, and memoir. She’s also an avid fly fisher and penne…
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Longevity studies show that it's important to eat well, move your body, and manage stress. But what are the best ways to do that? This episode shares all the latest and greatest on aging well! Patricia Greenberg is known as The Fitness Gourmet. She is an expert in all aspects of living life to the fullest at any age. As the creator of Eat Well, Liv…
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Shai Tubali is a believer in making deliberate drastic changes in life every now and then in order to keep the mind young - and to live several lifetimes in just one lifetime. He was born in Tel Aviv, Israel, and is an international teacher and author. Five years ago, he felt that spirituality wasn’t enough to satisfy his intellectual passions. He …
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Preslee Marshall is twenty-five years old with a story to tell. She had minor health issues prior to 2020, but from the start of the pandemic until now, she has been diagnosed with seven to eight conditions - all of which are either very chronic or have no cure. She experienced a diagnosis of fibromyalgia after spending years searching for answers …
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Michelle Gladieux (Glad-ee-oh) is author of Communicate with Courage: Taking Risks to Overcome the Four Hidden Challenges. She is also President of Gladieux Consulting, a Midwest-based team known for top-notch design and presentation of seminars in communication and leadership topics around the U.S. Michelle provides executive coaching and facilita…
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Trauma impacts everyone, so it is important to be able to have honest conversations about it in order to heal. Randall Bell, PhD, is a sociologist and economist who specializes in disaster recovery projects. Dr. Bell has consulted in more tragedies around the world than anyone. He was retained for the World Trade Center, Flight 93, Sandy Hook, BP O…
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Toby Dorr joins SecondWind for the second time to share more inspiration from her life lessons after aiding in a prison escape and landing in prison herself. Having never had so much as a traffic ticket, Toby Dorr shattered her mold of perfection by helping a convicted murderer, a trainer in her prison dog program, escape in a dog crate from Lansin…
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Sandra Beck and Linda Franklin of Powered Up Talk Radio speak with Dr Judith Briles. WINNER of 12 Book Awards in 2020! Does your life feel that it's too long, too hard, and not fair? Have you experienced hurt, betrayal, fear, failure, critical illness, tragedy, or loss of a loved one? Have you asked or thought: "Why?" or lamented, "If only ..." or …
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Bill C. Potts is a five-time cancer survivor currently living with incurable cancer. He has written a book similar to What to Expect When You're Expecting - but for cancer. His book, Up for the Fight, How to Advocate for Yourself as You Battle Cancer, was inspired by a suggestion from the Mayo Clinic to turn his pain into purpose and to help others…
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