Hour 1: OPEN DISCUSSION with John J. Higgins and Barb Adams – Modern Inconveniences
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Do modern conveniences really make life better? Everywhere you turn in society, you’re bombarded with the opportunity to purchase something to make life easier. Smartphones, tablets, and other devices so you never need to be offline; Smart TVs with voice recognition and Internet and Blu-ray connections; appliances that are programmable from smartphones; fast food and ready-made dinners so you don’t need to cook; the list goes on.
Most people assume easier = better, but is this actually the case?
Modern conveniences come with a cost. Today’s modern appliances and devices cost far more than just a decade ago, and the costs don’t stop there. Modern technology may also be a major contributing factor of stress for many. There’s a dependence factor involved, and when something goes wrong, stress goes up. Many people feel as though they can’t live without their devices and technology.
On the flip side, modern technology is “one-size fits all.” Developed to provide convenience for everyone, modern technology can end up causing inconvenience and stress for those who aren’t tech savvy.
And then there are all the bleeping, beeping, buzzing sounds and alerts to let you know you have a text or email or that something, somewhere just happened. Most inconvenient when it happens in the middle of the night or when you’re driving along at 75 mph!
Whether you wish for simpler times or fully embrace our new Smart Age, there is an advantage to living in these modern times. All of these new conveniences offer us the freedom to choose which inconveniences we want to deal with on a daily basis.
Join Barb Adams and John J. Higgins as they discuss the inconvenience of modern conveniences.
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Hour 2: Kallen Diggs
Joining Amerika Now during the second hour is career strategist and author, Kallen Diggs. Kallen will discuss his Amazon best-selling book, Reaching the Finish Line: A Practical Guide to Discovering the Champion in You.
For some people, a goal is just a good idea. For others, a goal is a necessary requirement before one embarks on their quest. Most people are stuck in their jobs due to a lack of faith in their potential.
Kallen will share several life-changing opportunities rarely known by the public such as: (1) How to find a great career without a high school diploma; (2) How to graduate with a bachelor’s degree in one year; (3) How to change careers without going back to college; (4) How to work from home for the rest of your life; and (5) How to make a six-figure income in real estate without a license or prior experience.
If you have always wanted to become the person you dreamed of becoming, Kallen Diggs and Reaching the Finish Line can make the difference in your life.
Since 2008, Kallen Diggs has helped more than 2,000 people reach the finish line in their careers via his lectures, coaching programs, and newsletters. In addition to his Amazon best-selling book, Reaching the Finish Line, Kallen is also a contributing writer on LinkedIN Pulse as well as The Good Men Project.
For more information, visit http://www.reachingthefinishline.com/.
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Hour 3: Tami Urbanek
Tami Urbanek believes spirit guides are with us all the time. When asked, they always offer guidance, counsel, and information regarding our own lives as well as deceased loved ones. Even though spirit guides offer guidance, this information is not always received by the individual. Sometimes the assistance is not recognized because it does not fit within that person’s perspectives or conscious expectations. As Tami points out, “Guides have information to pass on to you, about you, and for you. Listen.”
Communicating with people in the nonphysical (spirit guides and the deceased) is an ability Tami has had since childhood. Growing up, Tami was encouraged to explore spirituality by her parents, who demonstrated what spirituality really means. After years of working in public and private education, she opened herself up to working with with the public in communicating with the deceased and spirit guides.
Tami spent over 12 years working in public and private education and earned three degrees from the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs: B.A in Psychology, M.A in Special Education, and M.A in Public Administration.
In addition, Tami serves as Vice President of the Universal Education Foundation (UEF), which is one of her passions. The UEF is a nonprofit, 501 (c) (3) and currently offers workshops and classes, including the Single Parent Support Group in Monument, Colorado; Pathway Parenting for young parents who need some assistance in learning nurturing and bonding; and the Bullying Recovery Workshop for teens who need assistance in overcoming the injuries of being bullied.
Tami and her husband, Robert, and family live in Colorado, where Tami enjoys skiing, dining, wine tasting, Body Combat, running, music, and studying in her time off.
You can email Tami at: email@example.com.
For more information, visit http://empowermentthroughhealing.org/.
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