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The Essence of Wine with Cory Sebastian – 10-31-15

September 30, 2015

This week we begin a new series of shows called “Learn From The Experts”.  We’ll hear from guests who have a specific skill that they have mastered, and they’ll be here to give us their insights and make us all just a little smarter….a little more well-rounded, a little more well-prepared.

We’ll start with a topic that most of us would admit we’d like to know just enough about to be dangerous, and that is wine.  For those of you who like to have an occasional glass of wine with a special dinner, or who are looking to buy wine to take as a hostess gift at the holidays, a little bit of knowledge can go a long way.  We’re fortunate today to have as our guest a sommelier who is here to tell us how we can be just a little more wise about wines.

Cory Sebastian has not only grown up in the restaurant business, but has over 15 years of fine dining experience. In addition to her time in restaurants, she spent four years studying and preparing for the exam that in September of 2011 entered Cory into the Guild Of Sommeliers by the Master Court of Sommeliers.  Since then, she has had the opportunity to write, teach and train others about wine in Southeastern Wisconsin.

Just in the last 10 years, Cory has had the opportunity to taste over 1,000 wines from all over the world, and estimates that in total she has tasted close to 2000 wines.  She has been managing Sebastians Restaurant in Caledonia, WI for nearly six years.  During this time she has been working on continually evolving the Sebastians wine program, which consists of over 150 wine selections.

For most about Sebastians, check out www.sebastiansracine.com.

What We Can Learn from Nature with Markus Kasunich – 10-24-15

September 23, 2015

We wrap up our discussion about what the various people, places, and things in our life can teach us with a look at what we can learn from Nature.  Mother Nature has its own rhythms that can guide us if we tune in and allow it.  What does it take for us to see, feel and hear the cues and clues that are available in nature.  Our “nature guide” this week is a frequent guest who regularly turns to Nature to guide and ground him.

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Markus Kasunich is Holistic Life & Consciousness Coach, Spiritual teacher, Healer, and Professional Speaker whose key focus is helping clients reveal the unlimited potential of their True Self. He offers private sessions, online coaching, and facilitates retreats, events and classes all over the globe. Markus is also an artist and has been a featured artist in gallery showings.

For more information about Markus, go to www.markuskasunich.com.

Lessons from Those Experiencing Homelessness with Kevin Cookman – 10-17-15

September 17, 2015

We have all seen or walked past individuals who are homeless or living on the streets.  It is common to feel compassion for their situation, and to wonder what life circumstances brought them to this place.  But have you ever considered what there might be for us to learn about ourselves from the homeless?  Our guest this week works closely with the homeless population in his town and will share what he has learned about himself, and what there is for us to learn, from these individuals.

Cookman,KevinKevin Cookman is currently living and working in Racine, WI USA where he is the Executive Director of the Homeless Assistance Leadership Organization (HALO) a program to help individuals and families experiencing homelessness resolve the issues that lead to their becoming homeless.  Kevin is also the President of A Full Life, Inc. and a Trustee for A Full Life (UK Trust) an organization creating financially self-sustaining transition homes for adult orphans in developing countries.

 Kevin ‘s past career adventures include being the Managing Director of The Chalfont Project, and the Regional Director of the Knowledge and Innovation Management Professional Society (KMPro) in Europe, based in London.  Before that Kevin spent two years as the Vice-President of Program Management for marchFIRST Europe, based in their London office.

From 1992 to 2000 Kevin was based in Shanghai, PR China.  In 1992 he founded and became General Manager of the Shanghai In Dex Computer Company.  The company was sold in 1998 with three offices in Shanghai, Bejing and Guangzhou and 250 employees.  The buyer, Zhaodaola Internet services required Kevin to stay on for two years as their Chief Operating Officer as part of the transfer.

Previous to his overseas adventures Kevin had worked for Intel as their technical liaison to GE Medical Systems, Marquette Electronics and Quad Graphics in Wisconsin.

Kevin has an MBA from the Krannert School of Management, Purdue University and a BS in Electrical Engineering from Purdue University.

For more information about HALO (Homeless Assistance Leadership Organization), go to www.haloinc.org.

From the Streets to Center Court – Part 2 with Caron Butler – 10-10-15

September 1, 2015

We break for our series of shows looking at how we learn about ourselves from others by speaking with a special guest whom we have much to learn from.  Caron Butler’s life story is one we can all benefit from knowing…….overcoming an early life of drugs and crime, a career in the NBA, and giving back to his hometown to inspire others to achieve their dreams.  We were able to connect with Caron just before the introduction of his autobiography, Tuff Juice,  This is the first

CaronButlerSittingCaron is a native of Racine, Wisconsin, where the Mind Body Spirit Living show is recorded, and currently splits his time between his home in Racine, and his home in Southern California where he is currently a member of the Sacramento Kings NBA Basketball team.  Caron has an amazing and inspiring life story that has been featured on ESPN and is getting ready to release his autobiography Tuff Juice on October 7.

During a very rough childhood, Caron was arrested 15 times before the age of 15, and was a drug dealer at age 11.  While at a detention center, he found his love for basketball, and played both AAU ball and on his high school team at Racine Park High School before being recruited to play at the University of Connecticut under Coach Jim Calhoun.

While at UConn, Caron shined, leading the team in both scoring and rebounding in his freshman year, improving on his numbers in his sophomore year, and leading his team to the Big East regular season and tournament titles and the Elite 8 at the NCAA Tournament.  He was named co-Big East player of the year and second-team All American, before then declaring for the NBA draft.

Caron was the 10th pick in the 2002 NBA draft, playing for the Miami Heat for 3 seasons.  His career has taken him to numerous teams in the NBA, including the Washington Wizards and Dallas Mavericks with many appearances in the NBA Playoffs.  Caron was twice named to the NBA All Star team, and in July, 2015 joined the Sacramento Kings.

Caron has devoted his adult life to giving back to his hometown through bike and backpack giveaways and basketball camps.

For more information about Caron go to www.caronbutler.com.

 

From the Streets to Center Court – Part 1 with Caron Butler – 10-3-15

We break for our series of shows looking at how we learn about ourselves from others by speaking with a special guest whom we have much to learn from.  Caron Butler’s life story is one we can all benefit from knowing…….overcoming an early life of drugs and crime, a career in the NBA, and giving back to his hometown to inspire others to achieve their dreams.  We were able to connect with Caron just before the introduction of his autobiography, Tuff Juice,  This is the first

CaronButlerSittingCaron is a native of Racine, Wisconsin, where the Mind Body Spirit Living show is recorded, and currently splits his time between his home in Racine, and his home in Southern California where he is currently a member of the Sacramento Kings NBA Basketball team.  Caron has an amazing and inspiring life story that has been featured on ESPN and is getting ready to release his autobiography Tuff Juice on October 7.

During a very rough childhood, Caron was arrested 15 times before the age of 15, and was a drug dealer at age 11.  While at a detention center, he found his love for basketball, and played both AAU ball and on his high school team at Racine Park High School before being recruited to play at the University of Connecticut under Coach Jim Calhoun.

While at UConn, Caron shined, leading the team in both scoring and rebounding in his freshman year, improving on his numbers in his sophomore year, and leading his team to the Big East regular season and tournament titles and the Elite 8 at the NCAA Tournament.  He was named co-Big East player of the year and second-team All American, before then declaring for the NBA draft.

Caron was the 10th pick in the 2002 NBA draft, playing for the Miami Heat for 3 seasons.  His career has taken him to numerous teams in the NBA, including the Washington Wizards and Dallas Mavericks with many appearances in the NBA Playoffs.  Caron was twice named to the NBA All Star team, and in July, 2015 joined the Sacramento Kings.

Caron has devoted his adult life to giving back to his hometown through bike and backpack giveaways and basketball camps.

For more information about Caron go to www.caronbutler.com.