TED Speaker, classically trained violinist, and songwriter Gaelynn Lea joins us on the August 20, 2018 Breaking Free Show to explore her music, disability, sexuality, and activism. Gaelynn Lea and host Marilyn Shannon will discuss culture, identity and what happens when we open our hearts and minds to the possibilities.
TRANSFORMING DESTRUCTIVE CONFLICT: HEALING THE OPPRESSION OF PATRIARCHY by Dr. Deri Ronis This article is written with the intention of providing a different framework to help shift the current mindset of apathy and despair that exist today into one of hope and action which are much needed to transform
How Do We Really Know Ourselves? with Guest: Dr. John Teske By creating opportunities and making mistakes. Meet the former rock & roll psychology professor Dr. John Teske (now happily retired!). Dr. Teske has studied psychology, philosophy, neuroscience, religion and narrative and survived a broken heart, raised children, made mistakes..
Whether it’s at home or at our workplace, we are happier, healthier and more successful when morale is high. We’re engaged and excited about the day ahead. Kate Nasser, The People’s Skills Coach™, joins host Marilyn Shannon of The Breaking Free Show on Monday, August 6, 2018 at 1pm/EST to
In the early 20th century, thousands of young women were enticed by high wages and prestige to work in factories that produced clocks and military instruments with dials that glowed in the dark. This fascinating, new and intriguing glowing substance was radium. On July 30, 2018 at 1pm/EST – The
The Breaking Free Show – Monday, July 16th – 1pm/EST Gloria Lipman, host Marilyn Shannon’s 93-year old mom, joins us for her annual show visit to talk about life as a twin and the people, places and ideas that shape her views inspiring her to say “YES!” to new adventures
The art of life is a constant readjustment to our surroundings. -Kakuzo Okakaura Host Marilyn Shannon (marilynshannon.com) of The Breaking Free Show spends time talking with her MOTHER: 92-year-old Gloria Lipman, who joined her in the studio on Monday, August 28, 2017 to talk about embracing change, the world today
They cause us to gasp, grip the pages a little tighter and evoke deep feelings in us. Stories, whether they are in books or via movies, touch us deeply. Which ones reach your soul? We traded our favorites on the 3/16/2015 Breaking Free Show. Some of the favorites mentioned during
Traci Phillips looks at the entirety of a person’s life and treats them as a bioindividual. She looks at their relationships with what she calls “Primary Foods -” those things we “feed” ourselves other than food. To watch the recorded show, click here: http://www.nissancommunications.com/playarchive.php?id=R-sr84UvMm0 Marilyn – Introduction of guest Traci
It is said that water heals and is like breath. This Breaking Free Show focused on our bodies and how therapeutic and rejuvenating water is. We chatted with one of the only water therapist is the country: Michelle McLafferty. To watch the recorded show, click here: http://www.nissancommunications.com/playarchive.php?id=5oBqIJRp7UY Marilyn – Introduction
How many of us are sitting on an idea, something that is needed and wanted by many? How do we take that idea and turn it into a viable business? On this week’s Breaking Free Show, Wendy Manasse of Quenchwear joined us to talk about how she got started and
June 16th, 2014 Leslie Starsoneck has more than 25 years of experience working in and around the nonprofit community. She has had a career-long interest in philanthropy including helping individuals and groups develop fundraising strategies and examining what makes people want or not want to give. Leslie has operated her