August 29, 2015
The Road Less Traveled: Homeschooling
Debbie Stier has developed a premiere program that will help anyone do well on the ACT/SAT writing/reading. She has had to think outside the box because she is homeschooling her daughter Daisy. Unlike her son Ethan who thrived in a traditional environment, Daisy is a highly sensitive person who takes in everything she sees, hears, smells, and experiences. She has no filter to help discern the conversation taking place next to her and what the teacher is saying. Traditional schools have been overwhelming. Daisy announced her intentions to be homeschooled in 2nd grade. It took Debbie until Daisy’s sophomore year to do it. This is a great show for anyone who is considering this path.
August 9, 2015Diane Brandon is the author of many books including Dream Interpretation for Beginners: Understand the Wisdom of Your Sleeping Mind. She is an insightful and delightful guest who reveals places that inspire your dreams and how to work with their messages during the waking hours. She discusses methods for understanding your own dreams and discerning their messages. A great show for those who want to further understand their intuition.
June 27, 2015
Ever wondered what it’s like to work in a spa for a living? Wendy Solomon, owner of Flawless Day Spa in Chapel Hill, visited with us in the studio this week to talk about her amazing journey to owning a business and the ins and outs of running a spa.
June 13, 2015
Brett Derby lost his father Chris at 27 while earning his MBA at Columbia. Chris was both a powerful influence in Brett’s life as well as this community. Brett discusses how to go on with your life after losing someone close to you as well as how to set and achieve big, hairy, audacious goals.
May 30, 2015
Join Kristin as she talks with two fascinating guests about what happens in all stages of death. The first half of the program Kristin talks with Pam Tillett on what it is like to die as well as how different religions view death. In the second half of the program Kristin talks with psychic medium, John Edward about what the “other side” is like and the crossing over process from natural death and even suicide. Learn how our loved ones are never far.
May 23, 2015Sheri Castle is part story teller, part anthropologist and 100% cooking legend. A frequent contributor to food magazines, she has written a new bookIn this show we discuss food, family and the meaning of life. You will learn important lessons such as the way your house looks really does not matter so invite people over to dinner anyway
May 16, 2015
Lee Champion, Senior Vice President at Bank of America, shares exceptional insights on how to make yourself indispensable to your employer while, at the same time, creating opportunities that align with your talents and interests. His advice on many topics including the fact that we should all be reviewing our career goals every 3 months and keeping detailed examples of our strengths and weaknesses is indispensable for those of us seek a great career fit and success. A great show.
May 2, 2015
Sherrie Dillard is a psychic, medium, medical intuitive, and best-selling author whose books have been translated into 8 languages. In her latest book, Develop your Medical Intuition, Sherrie teaches us how to activate our natural wisdom for optimal health and well-being. She discusses the meaning of our dreams, synchronistic experiences, and our sense of knowing. She explains how they all provide us with a goldmine of health information.
April 25, 2015
Want to learn how to achieve anything? This is the show for you. This week, Kristin Hiemstra is joined by Andrew Palmer, who once climbed Jaws II, a 70-foot, Class 5.15 vertical rock climb in New Hampshire. He was just the fourth person to make that climb…and he isn’t even a professional climber. Palmer relies heavily on goal setting and discusses how you can achieve anything you want by starting with smaller goals.
April 11, 2015
How to Get Your Mojo Back
Beverly Rudolph is the Principal of Culbreth Middle School, a step-mother to two highschool boys, a dog lover, and a seeker. She and I pair-up in this interview to discuss how unplug from your life and find your center. We talk about what it means to “unplug” and why unplugging is important. This is the perfect show for people who do too much.