In this episode of the PYL Podcast the hosts reveal why forgiveness is needed especially as we grow and our family roles change.
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In this episode of the PYL Podcast the hosts discuss how they have manifested goals in their lives. How do you manifest what you want?
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L.J. Jackson hosts the Wise Up and Rise Up Radio Show
L..J is a Women’s Empowerment Expert and Mentor, Inspirational Speaker and Author of the forthcoming book, Be Unstoppable. L.J. has 20 years of training and experience helping others achieve personal breakthroughs and transformations. She has degrees in Psychology and Counseling and Guidance, is a certified Master-NLP Coach and Master Success Coach, and also received Life Coach training through RMT, the official life ...Continue Reading →
In this episode of the PYL Podcast the hosts talk about the path of least resistance. Is it the right way to go?
In this episode of the Program Your Life Podcast the hosts talk about acceptance and how not to be in resistance when things do not go as planned.
Program Your Life Radio is proud to present another episode of the PYL Podcast hosted by Joe and Kimberly Parker. In this episode of the PYL Podcast the hosts discuss how to ask for what you want and why it can be difficult. Do you ask for what you want?
In this episode of the PYL
Podcast the hosts discuss
how hearing loss affects
those who do not have it yet..
Did you know most people will
have hearing loss by age 75?
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The band Twin Suns has been renamed to Dreaming Up Life. Their second single is called “I AM here”. This is how Patrick describes the song.
This one features a “saxophone choir” I did myself by overdubbing numerous baritone and tenor sax tracks. Rather like a one-man horn section. I wrote the lyrics after holding my little grandson in my arms and looking deep in his eyes. I was overwhelmed by the feelings of love and protectiveness. I realized I would ...Continue Reading →