A biweekly show ”Lifestyles with Tia" covers a variety of inspirational stories and topics ranging from relationships and religion to entertainment and the latest trends. Its faith-based foundation encourages a life of purpose, abundance, and happiness. Feel free to enjoy this honest and open talk channel and don't forget to share the inspiration with others so that we may learn and grow together.
Tonight's guest is Dr. Joe Martin. He is an award-winning international speaker, author, educator, and certified "man builder."
In this episode, we will be discussing what a real man is like and how to become one.
Almost every Christian man wants to be a godly husband, father, and provider for his family. But most men are secretly frustrated or afraid of failing in their role as spiritual leaders. Because deep down inside, most of us don't know how to be that. Listen to this episode for all the inside scoop on becoming the great man you were born to be.
Tonight's guest is Emmanuel; he is a nutritionist and a therapist. In this episode, we will be having a casual talk about health & nutrition.
The story behind this interview & how I met Emmanuel:
As some of you know, I started my Podcast on the Island of Oahu, and now it's streaming from Catalina Island.
In the building where I currently run the show, there is a community fridge; one day, I opened it to put my grocery inside and saw a pack of Natto. In case yall don't know what "natto" is, it's a traditional Japanese food made from fermented soybeans. Not to be biassed towards other ethnicities, but I haven't seen an Asian in the building, and since natto is not the most popular dish to different cultures, I was curious to know whose it was. =)
There came a curly hair, tanned, fit, South American Man, and that was Emmanuel!!! He is into the Japanese culture; his sister is really into Korean culture, and since I am both of those races, we connected instantly. This drove us to have an open talk discussion about health and nutrition.
Tonight's guest is Sandra Cooze. She is a published author and a trauma release coach. Like many other women, she was a victim of child molestation and sexual assault. After finally finding a way to heal from her wounds, she made it her mission to help others rise above their trauma.
In this episode, she shares her story and teaches not only to cope but also to let go.
Have you considered buying a home on the island of Hawai'i?
Even during the pandemic, people have asked me questions about buying a home on the island, so I invite Hal Wilkerson with Hawaii Property Advisors to share his knowledge in real estate and give our audience a thorough insight into buying a home.
Andrew Schatkin is a prominent Conservative Republican Christian Biblical scholar and philosopher. He is open-minded and is eager to discuss any topic with people, especially people with differing opinions.
He has a JD degree from the Villanova University Law School; and an M.Div. Degree in Biblical and Classical Languages (Greek, Latin, and Hebrew) from Princeton Theological Seminary. SchatkinShow.com
Why did Glenn Klein immediately start criticizing the decisions the government, medical bureaucracy, media, and the public were making and proposing healthful solutions from the beginning? How did he know? Why was he so accurate in his predictions? What will you learn from it and how will that information benefit you and yours NOW?
Expert's Website: https://glennkleinonline.com/
Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The tongue has the power of life and death, and Tamuri Richardson shares her knowledge of public speaking. She talks about toxic relationships, what to look for in those situations, and how to connect with people through words.
Tamuri Richardson - TLeanne Speaks Presents
A Live Chat: Let's Talk Narcissist with Hario Ovadtop
Friday, August, 28, 2020 7:30pm - 9:00pm
Register in advance for this webinar:
https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_7RvsF-9WTqOD78KllfL0Vw For more information contact Tamuri Richardson at 707-394-4367, email@example.com or www.tleannespeaks.com
Denise Turney is a columnist at New Citizens Press, one of the largest cultural newspapers in the United States. In addition, Denise is the author of Portia, Love Has Many Faces, Long Walk up, etc...
She has more than 30 years of writing experience and is a two-time Navy Achievement Medal winner, entrepreneur, and business owner. Her works have appeared in national and international magazines and newspapers including Parade, Madame Noire, USA Today, Obsidian II, Essence, The Pittsburgh Quarterly, The Bucks County Courier Times, The Trenton Times, Sisters In Style, and The Trenton State College Literary Review.
In this episode, Denise shares her backstory of becoming a novel writer, inspirational breast cancer story, and what she is doing now.
"Love will find and heal the most broken heart, disappointed abused, and ashamed. Love has come. There is no turning back." - from Love Pour Over Me
Have you thought about writing a heartfelt letter of appreciation? Did you ever receive this yourself? If so, how did it make you feel? Did you save the message and savor it later? Today's guest is Lynette Smith, and she shares simple steps to help write and present heartfelt letters to others, so they will feel just as good about their message as you did writing it! Lynette Smith is a freelance copyeditor at All My Best, and award-winning author (GoodWaysToWrite.com). Whenever the magnitude of your gratitude is BIGGER than a thank-you note, heartfelt letters of appreciation are as rare as gold and valuable to those who receive them, and even to family history.
R.I.P. Julio Gomez, beloved father and grandfather. This interview was recorded just hours before Mr. Gomez passed away in his own home where he tragically committed suicide. Julio was the father of someone very dear and close to me so I am still quite overcome with grief. It just so happens that today is his 58th birthday. May his soul rest in peace and may those struggling with depression find the help that they need. Here are some places I would recommend... National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 1-800-273-8255 Families for Depression Awareness (781) 890-0220 SAMHSA’s National Helpline – 1-800-662-HELP (4357)
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Who is the host behind "Lifestyles with Tia" Podcast? It's Tia! Today, I got to relax on my bi-weekly show, thanks to Philip Garcia (CEO of VisionQuest Sound) for interviewing me on their channel. It was nice being on the flip side of the podcast world. I hope all of you enjoy todays episode!
VQS Episode 44: Artistry & Vision with Tia
In this episode, LA based artist, author, host and podcaster Tia shares her story and inspiration with host, Philip of VQS. Join us in a deep conversation with Tia about struggles as an artist, life lessons, advice for artists, future vision and more.
Episode 44 on VQS
Tia's featured article: How To Thrive, Right Where You Are
Lifestyles with Tia Podcast
Show Producer: Philip Garcia of VisionQuest Sound
Casual dinner turned into a podcast. What if your child caught one of the worst outbreaks in history? Mr. Valles is the parent of a daughter who is dealing with Coronavirus. He shares his thoughts and his current struggle as a dad to a victim who has to overcome this global pandemic disease.
There is no word for a parent who loses a child. Today, Mr. Reeves shares his testimony of losing his beloved daughter to having a brain aneurysm and many life's difficulties. Listen until the end to see how his tragic story unfolds.
📸 by Matthew Henry
An interview with an emerging athlete about how his career, success, hopes and dreams were turned upside down for the cause of Christ...
On the verge of entering the NBA, this "shooting" star had a winning shot at making his hopes and dreams of success, money, fame and status come true. Yet instead, he was led to leave it all on the court for the cause of Christ.
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Today's guest is Esther Jordan, who will be talking about her healing journey. When Esther was just seven years old, she was prescribed somewhere between 60 to 80 mg of Ritalin, because she liked to stare out of the windows at school. She eventually got switched to Adderall around 7th grade and didn't stop taking it until 12th grade. Those ten years of pharmaceutical poisoning left her with every known side effect that the FDA associates with those drugs. Painful facial tics, MS hugs, shooting nerve pain up and down her legs, not to mention unexplained and not instigated bouts of severe depression, paranoia, and sleeplessness. All of these symptoms continued for the next 13 years since stopping the drugs. She was able to gain clarity and healing through Sozo (a form of counseling) and essential oils. Tune in to hear her incredible journey of triumph over pain.
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