Donna Lyons Interviews Carlos the Medium on Love Liberty & Lip Gloss

Donna Lyons Interviews Carlos the Medium on Love Liberty & Lip Gloss

Would you like to connect with your loved ones on the other side? Curious about what mediumship is all about? Tune in to Love Liberty & Lip Gloss on Writestream Radio Network on Thursday, February 16 at 7 PM Eastern:

Carlos is a naturally gifted medium with a sensational ability to connect with your loved ones in Spirit. Carlos will serve as a messenger to deliver messages of love, healing, and closure between you and those dearest to you in Spirit. He is a devout father, military veteran, and a deacon. Through his spiritual journey, Carlos continues to confirm that love and life are eternal.

 

If you would like to ask Carlos a question about a loved one on the air, please dial (347) 945-7246 at 6:45 PM Eastern and then press “1”. I’ll be screening calls, e.g. asking for a first name and state or country the caller is from, then placing each person in the queue in the order their call is received. By dialing in at 6:45 PM, you ensure your chances of speaking with Carlos. It also keeps us organized and allows us to welcome you personally to the show.

If you would like to stream the live episode through your computer, click on this link to Donna Lyons Interviews Carlos the Medium at 7 PM Eastern on Thursday, February 16.

About Donna Lyons

DonnaLyonsLLLDonna Lyons is a Military News Journalist, Author, Talk Show Host and Managing Editor based in Washington, D.C and California. She has been featured on national news and local news along with national and local radio shows. Her columns have concentrated on the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, highlighting the positive aspects of individuals, projects and programs that benefit our military, veterans, wounded warriors and their families. Donna does her best to offer a nonpartisan and inspiring journalistic view, working in tandem with numerous veterans and military organizations.

Donna made her debut as the new host of Love Liberty & Lip Gloss on March 10, 2016 and we couldn’t be more delighted. Tune in every Thursday at 7 PM Eastern.

 

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A Special Valentine from Create Your Life with Tasha Chen

A Special Valentine from Create Your Life with Tasha Chen

This morning on her monthly show on the Writestream Radio Network, host Tasha Chen offered listeners a gift of love, along with special guests Greg Boudle and PJ Dixon.

Are you addicted to the story you tell yourself about your life and your circumstances? That’s the question they explored today during the 30-minute episode. Each host discussed their own personal journey of self-love and triumph over hardship while sharing advice on how to overcome the obstacles YOU create in your life, what to do to get out of your head and into your heart, and how to live with EASE versus obligation.

If you missed the live broadcast, click below to listen.

Visit Tasha Chen at ScienceofGettingRichAcademy.com for more information.

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Writestream Radio Veterans Day Tribute Replay with John D. Gresham

Tune in for a Writestream Radio Veterans Day Tribute Replay with John D. Gresham and me from November of 2014:

Writestream Radio Network Salutes United States Veterans!

Tune in for a replay of Writestream Radio’s Veterans Day Tribute, co-hosted by the late John D. Gresham and Daria Anne. John and Daria talk with Lt. Neal Zimmerman and journalist Donna Lyons about the Special Operations Warrior Foundation, how to spot a reputable military charity, and the biggest issues facing our veterans today.

Thank you, United States Veterans…we appreciate you!

Since I co-founded the network in early 2013 with Lisa Tarves, John and I had hosted a Veterans Day episode every year. I’ll admit, with everything else going on  (including training and adding several guest hosts for the Tuesday slot), I neglected to plan for 2016. However, running this past episode is a fitting way to honor both my friend John Gresham’s memory and the lives of United States veterans.

In this broadcast, Lieutenant Neal Zimmerman joins us to discuss the excellent work of the Special Operations Warrior Foundation and current Love Liberty & Lip Gloss host Donna Lyons talks about serious issues facing veterans, including suicide, and how everyday Americans can help.

To listen, click on this link: Writestream Radio Salutes U.S. Veterans: Veterans Day Replay with John D. Gresham, tomorrow at 1 PM Eastern.

Visit Special Operations Warrior Foundation for more information about their scholarship program, family services, and support for our wounded.

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America’s Simple Solutions with Author Mark Werts – UPDATED

I’m excited to welcome Mark Werts, author of the book, America’s Simple Solutions, to Writestream Radio on Tuesday, September 27 at 1 PM Eastern. If you’re sick of politics, but interested in commonsense solutions to our country’s problems, be sure to tune in and call in with your questions and comments at (347) 945-7246:

wt_ass_mark_wertsIn America’s Simple Solutions, author Mark Werts tackles education, healthcare, immigration, taxes, gun control, the environment, gender, equality, and many other issues, and offers Americans simple solutions free of partisan bias, based on how these challenges are handled around the world. Having lived, worked, and traveled across Europe, Asia, Africa, and Australia, Werts has observed how people in other countries have approached the same dilemmas that we face in the United States. “I have come to understand what is practical and works. I have also seen what is impractical and doesn’t work. In our global world, why would America pursue an idea that has been proven again and again not to work in other places?” he writes. Werts also reflects on the views of our country’s Founding Fathers, and suggests that we have forgotten much of their considerable wisdom.

Throughout, Werts emphasizes the importance of expanded freedom, especially for entrepreneurs and business. He also stresses the critical roles played by education and political participation.  “A good, solid education for all of our citizens is the ultimate answer to our many challenges . . . and to get the best teachers, we must offer the best salaries,” he says.  And he laments low voter turnout, urging all eligible Americans not only to vote, but to get involved in local boards and commissions.

With freedom, education, and voting as an underlying theme, Werts believes that we are at a monumental juncture, and that the future of our individual freedom is at stake. In reading, America’s Simple Solutions will empower people to get involved, and make the choices that will fuel both growth and freedom.

To listen to the live show, click on this link to Writestream Tuesday: America’s Simple Solutions with Author Mark Werts on September 27 at 1 PM Eastern.

About the Author:

Mark Werts was born and raised in Hollywood, California, the third of six children in a large Catholic family. His father, C. Francis, was a family doctor who treated many of Hollywood’s biggest stars, and who delivered more than two thousand babies. His mother, Virginia, was a schoolteacher. Mark is a graduate of Loyola High School in Los Angeles, the University of Southern California, the University of California-Berkeley, and the Thunderbird Graduate School of Global Management (now part of Arizona State University).

wt_markwerts2He began his professional career working for Price Waterhouse, and with his ear for languages, he soon found himself running the company’s offices in Geneva, Switzerland, and later Madrid, Spain. While in Spain, one of his clients, an influential jeans maker, introduced Mark to the world of fashion. A short time later, Mark trekked his way to Holland, where he founded his first vintage clothing store, Salty Dog, by begging, borrowing, and mortgaging his life insurance policy for the initial $21,000 investment. He soon had ten locations throughout the Netherlands, then two more stores in France.

While in Europe, Mark married and had two children, Julian and Zoey. But, after the relationship soured and his American wife took the kids and returned to the states, Mark married a Dutch woman, closed his shops, and also moved to the United States, to be closer to his children.

Mark launched his signature store, American Rag, in the Bay Area of California in 1984. Despite appearances, denim was never intended to be the store’s focus. He started out selling vintage clothing, as well as Paul Smith and several other good labels. As business grew, so did the Werts household. His third child, Mark Oliver (who now works as a vice president at American Rag), was born in 1985, and that same year Mark found himself looking for a new location. Circling back to his roots in Los Angeles, he discovered an oversized warehouse on La Brea Boulevard — miles from the hip fashion avenues of Beverly Hills and Sunset Plaza — and set out to re-invent California retailing without actually knowing he was doing so. Since then, American Rag has grown to several locations, does a brisk online business, and has in-store partnerships with Macy’s, Orta, Sazaby League and Levi Strauss, as well as a strong presence in many foreign countries.

Today Mark is married to fashion designer Amanda Shi, and has young twins, Chloe and Ignatius. He is also a mentor to new generations of would-be merchants. To that end, he can often be found strolling the campus at the University of Southern California where he is on the Board of Counselors. He often lectures there, and teaches a pilot class where he has made opening a store into an assignment.

Looking forward to “seeing” you on Tuesday!

UPDATE: What an informative, enjoyable interview. Mark shared his commonsense solutions for everything from taxes to term limits. If you missed it live, click to listen.

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