Thursday, April 2, 2009

Be Inspired :)

-- Quote of the Day --

"If the doors of perception were cleansed every thing would appear to man as it is: infinite.
For man has closed himself up, till he sees all things thro' narrow chinks of his cavern."
~ William Blake

-- Conscious Discussions --

Be who you were meant to be is the theme of today's broadcast on Conscious Discussions talk radio show. Our featured guest is Certified Sales Trainer and Certified Life Coach Joe Palmer whose career began in 1986 at Jenny Craig International where during his 5-year tenure, the company’s growth went from 50 company-owned and 7 franchise locations to over 550 company-owned and over 200 franchise stores. From there he had many successful career adventures and experiences that led him to become a Registered Representative with the NASD, a Notary Public, musician, poet and a published author.

Today we discover what drove Joe into the field of counseling, we discuss his music, his books and his volunteering with the Torch organization. Learn his efforts in influencing teens through his Bulls Eye Theory methods... Today's show airs as always at 10 AM Pacific and will be archived for anyone who cannot make the live broadcast. *Simply click on the hyper-links above or find a link to the Conscious Discussions show on the right side of this blog.

-- Positive Eco-News!!! --

According to the Recycling Product News magazine: “Toronto City Council recently approved an initiative aimed at reducing retail in-store packaging.” I did some research on this and apparently the city is currently focusing on plastic retail shopping bags, take out food packaging, water bottles and plastic take out food containers. The city has also recently announced the inclusion of polystyrene packaging (both food and shipping) in their recycling system. Congratulations Toronto on a huge step towards a greener planet!!

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