Project Empowerment is a live show 100% focused on empowering lives everywhere.Although the main topics started with the intention to help
survivors of Domestic Violence, the underlying message is empowerment for all.
It is not your typical scripted show, but more
like a discussion with friends over coffee.The subjects are sometimes heavy, but the message is to turn something dark into
light.Project Empowermentis all about making a personal connection with
the audience. Use the shows as an audio resource, as each contains powerful information to enlighten and educate people not only on domestic violence, but different ways to empower your life.
I personally select topics that draw listeners
with their positive message of empowerment, this is my top priority. On each show, my guests bring their message of
how they are helping our world.
As I do interview many wonderful authors, I've created a page JUST for their books. You can find it HERE.
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Author and motivational speaker Allen Klein. His new book The Art of Living Joyfully: How to be Happier Every Day of the Year. More information on his work as a Jollytologist, please visit www.allenklein.com
Author Ron McElroy. His new book Wrong Side of the Tracks, details his journey and provides inspiration for anyone who has had to overcome obstacles. Please visit his website at wrongsideofthetracksbook.com for more info.
Special Show and Time! Part 1 with The Pixel Project. This episode will be with Michelle Stevens from Lost Monkey Studio and
musician Pete Ahonen along with founder of The Pixel Project, Regina Yau. Both are doing special projects for the Pixel
Project and Music For Pixels.
Special Show and Time! Part 2 with The Pixel Project.
This episode will be with the wonderful musical group Amhir and why
they are working so hard to help end violence against women. Regina Yau
will again join us.