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Former NFL MVP talks about turning setbacks into comebacks

By: Spencer
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This week, Producer Spencer had to cut some kids off his Columbia Ravens Football Team. 2005 NFL MVP, Shaun Alexander, talked to the morning show about setbacks in his life that he was able to turn into comebacks.

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Kristen Strong “Back Roads to Belonging: Unexpected Paths to Finding Your Place and Your People”

By: Claude

Kristen Strong, author of the book “Back Roads to Belonging” joined Kevin Krueger to discuss proactively building a community around you.

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Morgan Tyree “Take Back Your Time: Identify Your Priorities, Decrease Stress, and Increase Productivity”

By: Claude

Kevin Krueger spoke with Morgan Tyree. She’s a professional organizer and her new book is “Take Back Your Time: Identify Your Priorities, Decrease Stress, and Increase Productivity”. They discussed how to keep control of your time when life moves at a fast pace.

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Joseph Riollano - Pastor, Enlighten Church

By: Claude

Kevin spoke with Pastor Joseph Riollano, Pastor of Enlighten Church, about serving those around us.

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Becky Kopitzke “The Cranky Mom Fix"

By: Claude

Kevin Krueger spoke with Becky Kopitzke, author of “The Cranky Mom Fix: Get A Happier, More Peaceful Home By Slaying the Momster In All of Us”.

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Michael Black “Pressing On, Finishing Well”

By: Claude

Kevin Krueger spoke with Michael Black, author of “Pressing On, Finishing Well”. An interesting discussion of how focusing on how we’d like to be remembered when we’re gone affects how we live now.

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A summertime book to read

By: Stacey
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Author Carrie Turansky joins Stacey to talk about her book No Ocean Too Wide and how she is thriving through her current battle with cancer.

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Hometown Hero: teen baker feeds the hungry

By: Jerry
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Michael Platt has his own business, and he's only 13. He uses the profit to help others.

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My Dearest Dietrich

By: Stacey
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Stacey Stone sits down with author Amanda Barratt to talk about Dietrich Bonhoeffer and his great lost love.

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Hometown Hero: Celebrity Chef Ashish Alfred

By: Spencer
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Celebrity Chef Ashish Alfred is known world wide and owns three restaurants in our area. He joined Jerry and Blanca as our hometown hero.

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