Thursday, August 13, 2009

"The Secret" in Action: Ask, Believe & Receive



The Mind
"The Secret" in Action: Ask, Believe & Receive
Friday, August 14
12 - 1 p.m. (PT)/3 - 4 p.m. (ET)
A Live & Online Broadcast
www.Beyond50Radio.com

For Beyond 50's "Personal Growth" talks, listen to an interview with Rita Soman about how to access and work with the subconscious as the real "secret" to manifesting your greatest dreams. Willpower, affirmations, guided visualizations are not enough because they only work with the conscious mind. We are mostly driven by our subconscious and supra-conscious mind.

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Green BurialDo-It-Yourself Funeral & Burial
For Beyond 50's "Death & Dying" talks, listen to an interview with Jerrigrace Lyons of Final Passages to encourage you to join the Home Funeral Movement. There is a growing interest by many to bypass the expensive funeral industry to exercise their individual "rights" to care for their own at death. Instead of handing over a loved one's body to a mortician for embalming and display before cremation or burial, another alternative is individualized funeral rites (based on culture and beliefs) and eco-friendly burials.

Sound Symbol To Hear the Past Recording, Click on This: Episode 108




Generations in the WorkplaceIntergenerational Communication in the Workplace (Part 2)
For Beyond 50's "Business Basics" talks, listen to an interview with Kathy Condon, an Executive Performance Coach and speaker. She'll explain about the most effective ways to communicate that can close the generational divide in the workplace, leading to more harmony, productivity and cooperation. You'll also learn about each generation's unique working styles that can complement or clash with the other generations and their preferred ways to be rewarded.

Sound Symbol To Hear the Past Recording, Click on This: Episode 166




Celebrating the Woodstock Festival's
40th Year Anniversary

Woodstock Festival

Beyond 50 recently invited Michael Lang, the promoter of the Woodstock Festival for an interview this Fall. We will notify you of when he'll be on the program.


You'll learn about Lang's maneuvering and deal-making that resulted in a concert attended by 500,000 people on August 15, 1969. He was only in his 20's at the time. He deemed himself part of a new generation rejecting the old social order and embracing fresh ideas about such issues as civil rights, sexuality and drugs. He envisioned Woodstock to be more than a series of concerts: it would be a forum for alternative political and social philosophies, and a chance to debunk myths about long-haired kids, their music and their heroes.


As a side note, an even bigger concert was held a year later in 1970 in the UK called the Isle of Wight Festival. It was by far the largest human gathering in the world, surpassing Woodstock. Included in the lineup of over fifty performances included The Who, Jimi Handrix, The Doors, Joni Mitchell, Richie Havens, Jethro Tull, Chicago, The Moody Blues, and more.



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