EAT BETTER! LIVE BETTER! CREATE MORE!
Wednesday, May 30, 2012
Just log onto www.toginet.com for a brand-new,
Creative Mojo with Mark Lipinski!
3 pm -5 pm EST 2 pm – 4 pm CST 1 pm – 3 pm MST 12 pm – 2 pm PST
Call into the live show with your questions or comments for my guests
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Fermentation Revivalist, Nutritional Guru, Author, Teacher
About himself, Sandor says, “I have been fermenting since 1993. In order to share the fermentation wisdom I had learned and demystify home fermentation, I wrote a book called Wild Fermentation, published in 2003 by Chelsea Green. Since the book’s publication, I have taught hundreds of fermentation workshops across North America and beyond, taking on a role I describe as a ‘fermentation revivalist.’ Newsweek called Wild Fermentation ‘the fermenting bible.'”
“Inspired by people I met talking about fermentation, I wrote a book about diverse activist projects to reclaim food, called The Revolution Will Not Be Microwaved (Chelsea Green, 2006). In 2012, with a decade more experience behind me, the unique opportunity to hear countless stories about fermentation practices, and answering thousands of troubleshooting questions, I shared an in-depth exploration of the topic, The Art of Fermentation. All three books are available for sale on my website, but the larger purpose of the website is to connect interested people with the abundant resources for learning about different fermentation practices that exist on the World Wide Web.”
“I spent more than two years working on my new book, and I am thrilled that I can finally share it. The Art of Fermentation is not simply a revision of Wild Fermentation. It’s a completely new book, much longer and much more in-depth, the result of a decade more of experimentation, talking to lots of people, hearing their stories, tasting their ferments, trying to answer their questions, and reading and investigating in order to do so. As my practice and my understanding of fermentation has deepened, I have now written a book that explores the topic of fermentation with both greater depth and breadth. Read praise for The Art of Fermentation here. Listen to me on the BBC here. I will be doing a lot of traveling in the coming months to promote this new book and continue my fermentation revival mission. The next six months will bring me to Illinois, Pennsylvania, North Carolina, Georgia, New York, Colorado, New Mexico, California, Wisconsin, Massachusetts, and Tennessee. Check my website www.wildfermentation.com for details of upcoming events.”
Sandor’s new book is an essential guide!
Sandor’s workshops inspire many to delve into fermenting!
Marketplaces all over the world showcase this age-old method…
CLICK HERE for Sandor’s website!
CLICK HERE for Sandor’s author page at Chelsea Green!
Sandor guides you to make sour pickles, HERE!
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Creative Liberation Fighter, Author, Teacher, Artist
About JILL. . .
Jill Badonsky, M.Ed., is an internationally recognized workshop leader, keynote speaker, creativity-coaching pioneer, illustrator, and humorist. She has creatively consulted with national magazines, filmmakers, comedians, artists, writers, women in business, and spiritual groups through-out the country. Her background is in occupational therapy, writing, marketing, educational media and instructional design. She writes a monthly column for Creativity Portal and is editor of the monthly Muse Flash.
Jill is a certified Yoga teacher; teaching yoga in corporations, spas, retreats, and prisons for over 20 years. She teaches a Vinyasa flow of Hatha poses augmented with suggestions that help participants discover their inner Muse by quieting the mind and experiencing the metaphor of creativity that exists when they stretch, twist and free the body.
Jill is founder and director of Kaizen-Muse Creativity Coaching – an unprecedented model for coaching resistant, blocked, and sensitive creative people or anyone experiencing procrastination, overwhelm or other blocks to positive changes. She is author of The Nine Modern Day Muses (and a Bodyguard): 10 Guides to Creative Inspiration for Artists, Poets, Lovers, and Other Mortals Wanting to Live a Dazzling Existence and the award-winning, The Awe-manac: A Daily Dose of Wonder from Running Press. She wrote and performed the one woman show, I Can’t Always Handle Reality, But It’s Really the Only Place to Get a Good Cup of Coffee.
Jill founded The Muse is In, a company dedicated to the facilitation of creativity through coaching, consultation, workshops, key-note speeches, multi-media presentations, publications, books, products and an occasional whack on the side of the head. The Muse is IN works with artists, writers, stand-up comics, performers, storytellers, film-makers, photographers, actors, crafters, and any individuals wanting one on one creativity coaching, workshops, or publications to overcome blocks to their creative call or simply to create more pleasure and joy in their lives. Through The Muse is In techniques and tools, thousands have found their way through challenges such as procrastination, perfectionism, overwhelm, fears, self-sabotage, lack of direction and focus, loss of inspiration, difficulty finding time for creative passion, lack of support and general crankiness related to not doing their creative stuff. Their specialty is blocked, resistant, and rebellious creative types. Jill observes, “Cranky people seem to be less cranky with us, as well.”
Jill lives in the San Diego with two cats and a bougainvillea.
Jill’s books just pop with energy and muse-full guidance…
And Jill’s artworks blend whimsy with practicality:
We’ll be discussing how to become a creativity coach!
CLICK HERE for Jill’s website (& make sure your speakers are on)!
CLICK HERE to follow Jill’s blog!
CLICK HERE to learn more about creativity coaching!
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Author, Doctor, Professor, Counselor
ROBERT DOYLE. M.D.
Rob Doyle, M.D., is a clinical instructor in psychiatry at Harvard Medical School and is on the medical staff at Harvard’s prestigious teaching hospital, Massachusetts General Hospital. Dr. Doyle is also on the staff at Harvard University Health Services, where he counsels hundreds of Harvard students each year on alcohol-related problems, depression, anxiety, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), and other issues. He is also a consultant psychiatrist at McLean Hospital, one of the most respected mental health facilities in the United States and a Harvard teaching hospital.
Dr. Doyle is certified in both adult and child/adolescent psychiatry with a special interest in alcohol/substance abuse, ADHD, autism, depression, bipolar disorder, anxiety disorders, sleep disorders, obesity, mind/body medicine, international medicine, and psychopharmacology. In the field of alcohol abuse/dependence, he received the Scaife Foundation Scholarship, which allowed him to complete a fellowship in alcohol and substance abuse treatment at the world-renowned Betty Ford Center in Palm Springs, California. He has also frequently attended meetings of Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) and Adult Children of Alcoholics (ACOA) as part of his training and during his clinical practice to gain insight into the problems of alcohol abuse/dependence.
These experiences led him to the idea of intervening before people have reached the AA stage, and to this breakthrough concept: Almost Alcoholic — From Recognition to Resolution.
“Every day, millions of people drink a beer or two while watching a game, shake a cocktail at a party with friends, or enjoy a glass of wine with a good meal,” Rob says. “For more than 30 percent of these drinkers, alcohol has begun to have a negative impact on their everyday lives. Yet, only a small number are true alcoholics—people who have completely lost control over their drinking and who need alcohol to function. The great majority are what we call ‘Almost Alcoholics,’ a growing number of people whose excessive drinking contributes to a variety of problems in their lives.”
In Almost Alcoholic, Rob and his co-writer, Dr. Joseph Nowinski, provide the tools to:
- identify and assess your patterns of alcohol use;
- evaluate its impact on your relationships, work, and personal well-being;
- develop strategies and goals for changing the amount and frequency of alcohol use;
- measure the results of applying these strategies; and
- make informed decisions about your next steps.
CLICK HERE for Rob’s website!
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