In our recent podcast, we've ventured slightly away from our usual gentle (can we say that?) broadcasting to something a bit more... emotional and direct.
In today's podcast, we bring you up to date with what has been going on here at K Wave 6 Radio - our updated home page, the addition of another media player and a free podcast app and more.
We won't belabor you with much to read here since all of it has been mentioned in the podcast show.
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Thanks for listening and being a part of a better world.
As at least a few people have found out, today's podcast is now playing on our media players!
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Listen to learn, then be inspired to bring positive change to your community, and the world through what you do!
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Come and join us in our efforts to make our world a better place for ourselves, but mostly for all those who follow us. It will be nice to hear the next generation applauding those who helped bring positive changes, rather than lumping all of us together while saying, "The last few generations did nothing to bring change - even those who could, did nothing."
Here is a screen shot of one of the open discussions. Comments?
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Now that the well wishes for a better new year are grinding down and giving way to "life as usual", are we doing anything to make the world in which we live a better place? Or are we still waiting for a "savior" - someone, or a group of individuals to save us from ourselves?
In this show, we will discuss many of the things we already know, some of the histories, what it may take to bring about the changes we want to see and how each of us can make these changes in our own communities.
There are sacrifices in everything we do, so please don't think there is a way to make the changes without losing something, but, with every great and selfless sacrifice comes great change - for you, your children and their children.
Are you ready?
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This is what the past looked like. Is this to be our future?
Are we going to wait for someone else to change it?
Will we do something to really make it a better year... a better future?
Will you be able to tell your children and your grandchildren that there was nothing you could do, without trying?
It's your decision.
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Today, starting at:
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We'll be looking forward to hearing from you!
This is just a reminder about tomorrow's live show, titled "Anchors". I think you'll understand the idea of the show from the photo in this post. Our purpose is to discuss with our callers, things that hold us back from growing and/or advancing. Another purpose is to identify those things that hold us back and what we can do individually and collectively to make a better world.
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Honestly, aren't you tired of complaining about how things are and how "someone" should do something about the way the world is? Aren't you tired of listening - or hearing as the case may be - to others complaining about the same stuff... or even giving unsolicited advice which even the person giving it doesn't do anything to make it work?
How would you like to join a group of people that are pro-active, not complainers? How would you like to have your positive suggestions heard? How would you like to get great advice on how to make a better world?
Join us in a free and very private/secure social network called Seen.is. The name of our group is "How to Make a Better World". Does that sound familiar? It should! So far, it has been the title of our ongoing series here in K WAVe 6 Radio. Now you can join with us with your ideas, as well as learn how you and each of us can make the world a better place for ourselves and those who follow us.
To learn more about Seen.is, just click this link and read their home page.
To join our group, just click or copy and paste this link, or the photo:
Andrés Ginestet is one of our regular guests, for good reason, he is strongly dedicated to making the world a better place. Andrés does so vigilantly through his works of art, the articles he has published for the public, as well as for academic purposes. While I would love to tell you about his accomplishments and his current involvements, besides being a fairly regular guest here on K WAVe 6 Radio, I suggest you research his papers on Academia.edu. If you're interested in his art works, his is but one page to start with, Saatchi Art.
Next week, we continue with our series with part three on, "How to Make a Better World". In the coming program, Andrés will be bringing at least one of the of his students and participants on "Resilience Pockets". Resilience pockets are people who band together in their communities/regions to work for the benefit of everyone. To learn more about this, please listen to, "How to Make a Better World, part 2", then be sure to listen to next weeks show.
Here are two (of many) letters of references from two universities. The first one is from the University of Calgary, Canada. I chose this one because it speaks about many of the aspects that makes Andrés the interesting and influential person he is.
The following reference letter is from the University of Lleida in Spain. I will assume that this is his most recent reference letter since it is dated, October 2015. Professor Tamarit has apparently known Andrés for a considerable amount of time, but I suggest you read this for yourself:
For more information on Andrés Ginestet, visit Academia.edu.
I will describe Andrés as a creator of visual art. He sculpts, he works with photography, and he paints - these are the things I know that he does.
Here are but a few samples of his art work:
To see more of Andrés' art works, you can visit the Saatchi Art site, or perform an internet search, such as shown below to see whatever has been entered to the internet. Also, here is his Flickr page:
If the above is not sufficient, here is a link to his online biography.
I feel the need to address something which a social media friend brought up. The friend, out of ignorance stated that Andrés and others on our previous shows are part of the NWO - nothing can be further from the truth in this statement.
Andrés Ginestet, Troy Mathisen and others involved in these endeavors are seeking peaceful ways to change the "system" from within. Violent protests don't work well, if at all, and there usually is unnecessary deaths and injuries incurred. These shows and the actions of all involved in our shows, as well as those who have yet to be on our shows are peace-loving, and active people. Our goal is not to do the work for the whole world, but to be a vital part of positive change. As you listen, you will find ways in which you can be involved, so please continue to listen, then participate in positive change.
All the best!
Sheri Fink is our guest today! Sheri is the author of the upcoming book, "Cake In Bed", plus five best selling children's books, an inspirational speaker (which you'll hear a LOT of her inspiration in this show), an entrepreneur and much more!
This is a show that will inspire ALL who listen to be your best!
Remember, check the show time in your area by clicking the BTR icon since we're in that time of year that each nation is changing back to Standard time - at different times of the month. Just click the BTR icon below to visit the radio's page. You can listen from the embedded radio player below also. If you're not on time, just remember, all of our shows are archived and can be accessed by the same link provided below.
This Wednesday, Sheri Fink of, "The Whimsical World of Sheri Fink", the author of five best selling children's books, an inspirational speaker... and much more, returns to K WAVe 6 Radio for an awe inspiring interview, and to tell us about her venture away from children's books, to a novel for adults, especially for women.
Since we're in that time of the year where nations are changing from Daylight Savings Time to Standard time, please click this link to find the time this show will air in your area - the time appears below the show title.
Here is the promo for this show:
Our guest today is a long time friend, Sheri Fink. Sheri is one of Amazon.com's top authors and has been the #1 best seller of childrens books for 60 weeks - YES! I said sixty weeks!
This show will appear on Blog Talk Radio. Remember, visit the show page via the link above, or by clicking the BTR icon below to check the time it will air in your region. Be sure to tell your friends, especially parents, and women in need of some reassurance, about this show!
If you can't be there on time, no worries, the shows are always archived, so you can listen days after the show originally airs.
We will post a reminder here in our blog early Wednesday with an embedded BTR media player for your ease.
All the best for you and yours!
Here is a blog entry which was recently written. It's about our desire to have better change in our world, but we're waiting for someone else to fix it. Why someone else? Are you incapable of making a better change? Do you feel unable or insecure? You're not alone.
Read this blog, or wait a little to find it on our podcast players (all of them are listed on our home page). You AREN'T alone and there are ways for you to be involved in our future, most can use what you're already comfortable doing - other than complaining.
Here's a little something I wrote yesterday in another blog I contribute to from time to time.
I think the title pretty much covers it, but to give you an idea of the contents:
Click here to visit the blog - it's in Wordpress.com.
Today's show on Blog Talk Radio starts at 5:00 pm Eastern (in the America's). Our show today is meant to challenge those who see a need for change and want to do something to change what is, to what should be. This show isn't designed to give answers, but present questions which challenge us all.
Today's short show covers human history and how we got to where we are, and why we accept what we do. I also challenge the listener to ponder whether we should accept our current 'condition'; can we change it, can we change it alone, what can we change alone? And what mankind needs to do on a united front to make changes.
While we're talking about changes, we have two shows this month with Andrés Ginestet, a university professor in Germany, a consultant with NATO (the North Atlantic Treaty Organization), and an artist, who incidentally creates art that makes the viewer think and question life as we know it. Andrés, accompanied with Troy Mathisen of the Global Sovereign Alliance will not only be talking about what I've covered in today's show, but will share with us what they're doing to bring the desired changes most all of us desire. They will also inform us how ALL of us can get involved as a united force to do what we can't do alone.
Keep abreast of our future shows here on our blog - and to do so easily, click on the RSS Feed link in the right-hand column of this page, or follow us on Facebook and Twitter.
As always, all the best!
Yesterday's interview and conversation is now available on YouTube!
Since last weeks show used up all of our bandwidth on our podcast players, and we were having some issues with our live broadcasting abilities, this weeks show has gone straight to YouTube.
Listen, enjoy and learn!
Well, what is the purpose of a blog?