Author and Beekeeper Jeri Lee to be Featured on CUTV News Radio

NOEL, MISSOURI, UNITED STATES, September 23, 2019 / — The resume of Jeri Lee could fill a book, and scribbled notes in diary form fills the shelves of her office. She says in 80 years she has collect lots of cobwebs from her brain and wonders if she shared them, could they help others?

At age 75 she started doing just that and self-published her book Singing in the Brain. Where she tells parts of her life struggle to stay alive through what would seem a nightmare to most.

Having survived death twice, her book shows you how to use meditation, visualization and self-hypnosis to “sing yourself healthy.”

In 1956, Jeri launched herself into what was then “the technical world.” It was the roots to our cell phone and internet life we know now. She became a switch board operator for “Ma Bell.”

Today she has stepped into Affiliated Marketing. From Ma Bell she went into the world of The Hartford Courant, then Stanley Tools, where she was a technical illustrator for new designs.

In 1969 Stanley World wrote an article on her that stated “Ambition + Ability = Getting Ahead. That is exactly what she has done.

From the early 70’s until now she has been self-employed with her three unique businesses: Ms Tic Crone Jewelry –Ms Tical Chinese Crested and SPIRITGAEA Foundation.

Five years ago Jeri took on the challenge of creating new ideas on how to help the bees defend themselves against mankind’ She became a beekeeper with the intention of contributing to the global effort to “Save the Bees.”

Einstein once said, “If the bee disappeared off the surface of the globe then man would only have four years of life left. No more bees, no more pollination, no more plants, no more animals, no more man.”

CUTV News Radio will feature Jeri Lee in an interview with Jim Masters on September 25th at 3pm EDT.

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NTI@Home’s Sanders to Speak on Challenge of Change at TEDxStonehillCollege

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Michael T Sanders, TEDx Speaker

Michael Sanders, NTI@Home’s marketing director and Stonehill College graduate, has been selected to speak at TEDxStonehillCollege on the 'Challenge of Change.'

TEDx is an amazing opportunity to share, influence and guide others toward positively change the world we live in.”

— Michael Sanders is the Director of Marketing and Communications for NTI

BOSTON, MA, UNITED STATES, September 23, 2019 / — Michael Sanders, NTI@Home’s marketing director and a 1995 Stonehill College graduate, has been selected on behalf of the entire TEDx event staff to speak at TEDxStonehillCollege 2019 in North Easton, Mass. at The Martin Institute Auditorium.

“Sanders’ proposal was competitive, intriguing, and we believe that he offered a unique perspective on ‘The Challenge of Change,”’ said Kathryn Packard, TEDxStonehillCollege event manager.

The first TEDxStonehillCollege event will be hosted by the Stonehill College Office of Graduate Admission on Saturday, Oct. 26, from 9 a.m.- 1 p.m. at the Martin Institute. During the event, a series of speakers discuss why change is inevitable, necessary, challenging, and remains a relevant conversation in today’s world.

“We were thrilled with the amount of speaker proposals we received for #TEDxStonehillCollege, which made it difficult to choose only 10 speakers,” said Packard.

The entire list of speakers can be found at In the past, TED speakers worldwide have included Bill Gates, Jane Goodall, Elizabeth Gilbert, Sir Richard Branson, Nandan Nilekani, Philippe Starck, Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, Sal Khan and Daniel Kahneman.

“When I received the message, I was absolutely ecstatic,” said Sanders. “I am looking forward to sharing my knowledge at TedXStonehillCollege. I’m blessed to have a variety of life scenarios that have led to helping and mentoring others. TEDx is an amazing opportunity to share, influence and guide others toward positively change the world we live in.”

During his talk, Sanders will illustrate his personal and professional journey of helping individuals with disabilities regain their lives and find job opportunities. NTI@Home is one of the largest nonprofit organizations in the country helping Americans with disabilities with job training and placement.

From his perspective, Sanders will analyze the social cognitive approaches to change and how they relate to helping Americans with disabilities.

His involvement with social change started at Stonehill College where was one of the founding fathers of the “Into the Streets” program to help students who wanted to help others the opportunity to volunteer with nonprofits. The formalized program became globally adopted throughout colleges and universities.

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Michael Sanders is the Director of Marketing and Communications for NTI, a non-profit committed on placing Americans with disabilities and disabled Veterans in work-at-home jobs. His career spans over 20 years with leading Fortune 500 companies in the fields of disability advocacy, change management and training and development. He is proud to have graduated with the class of 1995 at Stonehill College with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and furthered his degree with a Master of Science in Industrial/Organizational Psychology.

Stonehill College ( Founded as a Catholic college in 1948 by the Congregation of Holy Cross, Stonehill’s holistic approach is guided by the principles of education and faith. Our students grow into global citizens who value knowledge, integrity and compassion as they seek to create a more just society.

TEDx ( TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. Our event is called TEDxStonehillCollege, where x = independently organized TED event. At our TEDxStonehillCollege event, TED Talks video and live speakers will combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events, including ours, are self-organized.

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“Buy Me A Range Rover or I’ll tell the Cops You Beat Me!”

LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM, September 23, 2019 / — Shanka Jayasinha released his latest book 10 Rules to A Happy Relationship, a romantic comedy that finishes in a thrilling fashion after unexpected twists & turns.

Based on a true story, 10 Rules to A Happy Relationship delivers the comedic point of view of Michael, a pragmatic, male, feminist going through an abusive relationship. Twenty-year-old Michael is a college athlete in Los Angeles who suffers a career-ending injury. When he decides to go back to France for rehabilitation, Michael meets the beautiful Veronica, a seemingly kind blond girl with whom he rapidly falls in love and begins a relationship. The newly-formed couple faces the challenges of a long-distance relationship when Michael must return to the USA to finish his degree. After going to great lengths to please Veronica, he returns to France for the greater good of his romance. Unfortunately for him, Veronica turns out to be abominable. From lies and blackmail to threats and violence, Michael finds himself quickly overwhelmed by the French woman and her entourage.

“The author shows how to avoid and react to an abusive and manipulative partner, by creating a simple set of rules anyone could follow, regardless of gender. He manages to find balance while examining behaviors and stereotypes, breaking them down with logic and questioning certain habits we all acquire. This book is an eye opener to teenagers and the younger generations on relationships and also an eye opener to adults, displaying the confusing chaos of love the youth experience in this era of modern technology where connections are abundant. In addition to being instructive, the story is extremely entertaining, funny and touches various sensitive subjects in a sensible manner, sending out plenty of positive messages.”(Amazon Review)

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Shanka Jayasinha is an entrepreneur & author. Born in Monaco, he attended the University of Miami to pursue a career in professional sports. After a career-ending back injury, he focused on finance. Soon after, he founded and invested in multiple ventures from food to AI and authored two books including 10 Rules to A Happy Relationship.

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"Girl From Rue Serpente" Author John Griswald Says "You Can Judge a Book By It's Cover"



At the turning point climax of "Girl From Rue Serpente," artist Ricardo Movits captured the romantic tragedy in its surreal glory in his book cover's artwork.

Ricardo Movits captured the moment in GIRL FROM RUE SERPENTE when the surreal lover's nightmare erupts into a maddening conflict between characters at the eerie Notre-Dame Cathedral chamber in Paris.”

— John Griswald

HONOLULU, HAWAII, UNITED STATES, September 23, 2019 / — Have you ever really analyzed a book by its cover. Have you ever conceptualized what might be the relationship between the book's cover and what the book is actually about?

Author John Griswald, who worked 40 years on his romantic thriller, GIRL FROM RUE SERPENTE novel, wanted to show the reader the turning point in his book — that exact moment when the three main characters — Aimee, a French Resistance fighter, Christian, a handsome American soldier in the Liberation army and Father Cariot, a self-imortant and lusting priest — find out what the major conflict is between them and what they must come to face in the shocking finale that lies ahead.

Novelist John Griswald told Brazilian artist Ricardo Movits, the book's designer , that he needed to capture in the book's cover design artwork the exact moment in the nightmare that highlights the book development. This was the true test for the imagination of the book buyer — the words of the book had to be painted to reflect the exact tension the characters are feeling. It's not enough to pose about what is going on. There needs to be tension and movement of urgency and even expressions of battle to truly convey the meaning in the book's cover art. You can buy a copy from

To my observation, there isn't a single book cover around that does this exact act on its actual cover artwork.

Study the haunting book cover of "Girl From Rue Serpente" very closely. You will notice that only the priest has his face partially showing the viewer. The faces of the girl and the soldier are turned away from the viewer. This was done intentionally because if a movie is made from the book cover is used in the movie ads, we might want to show the actual actors' faces.

As you can see, if the elements of a book are done properly as in "Girl From Rue Serpente," and you look at the book cover as a test, you can see that you can judge a book by its cover. To get your own copy, go to Happy reading!

Once Upon A Time trivia: During the crazy 60's in Hollywood, when The Grateful Dead and Pink Floyd ruled the concert stages, there developed a very real psychedelic musical movement in Hollywood. One of the most popular bands was Axcraft which headlined these types of venues. Two of my personally favorite songs from Axcraft were "Astral Love" which can be seen by going to YouTube typing "Best Love Song Ever Astral Love Eternal Youth" and Axcraft "Dancing Madly Backwards" from their "Dancing Madly Backwards" LP. I produced "Astral Love" in Rio, years after the LP was completed. Catch these masterpieces on YouTube when you can devote some special time to discover them.

Also noteworthy: My all-time favorite movie is "Black Orpheus," the classic that was filmed in 1959 in Rio de Janeiro during its fabled carnival. To me, everything about it is pure perfection, literally everything. What a joy! Try to watch it somehow for a fabulous experience.

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Nicole Brandon, Acclaimed Writer, Speaks About the Power of Writing

Nicole Brandon, Talented Actress and Motivational Speaker

LOS ANGELES, CA, UNITED STATES, September 20, 2019 / — Words affect us all. A word of discouragement, criticism, bigotry, hatred, separation, bullying or scorn can crush a soul in a single moment with its power and vengeance. A word of encouragement, support, pride, optimism and love can change the world, to a world of unity, peace, communication and oneness. Words mark our lives. They are cheered out loud and written on parchment to be read hundreds of years after we’re gone.

I’ve had the rare opportunity to work on three recent projects dealing with the state of mental health. Each story is a journey and a secret elixir to heal. The authors reveal and uncover challenges of their life in deep and intimate details. Their truth and honesty soothes, captivates, and champions the human spirit and heart. These words can change the course of history and time. The first was a book written by a former District Attorney, who tried to commit suicide in his Law Office. His parents emotionally forced him into the law, and he stepped into a career that was miles away from his heart and soul. His unhappiness consumed him, until he devastatingly tried to end it all on his law office floor.

Once recovered it was imperative for him to write about his journey and to create a book for college kids to teach them to follow their own dreams. The book is an expose on loneliness, and the correlation to unhappiness and of course the heroic and arduous climb back to joy, bliss and unbridled glee. The second is a new and creative TV Series created by Scott Seargeant. Scott grew up with a family member that was marinated in the mental health system. Here he found the love and the humor of living in one’s own private world. His new show focuses on the genius of therapy and the healing when you’re in a shared community. Now I am working on “Never Alone” a new movie and movement with Deepak Chopra, Gabriella Wright and Michel Pascal for Suicide Prevention Worldwide.

New, profound and riveting information from our Medical Community is popping up in almost every magazine, guide and show today. Statistics, facts and numbers of suicide and mental health issues are staggering by any standard. There is no yardstick for such a number, how did this happen? One fact highlighted over, and over again is the focus on “The Written Word.” That’s right, writing can change the course of your health and the quality of your life. Profound information and facts are startling when we look at the power of the written word. Diaries, Journals, Love Letters, Books and even the Press share our thoughts, opinions, ideals, secrets, fantasies, desires, genius and dreams. We each, all of us, have the power to elevate and to illuminate our days. Simply by writing our thoughts we share our soul out loud, a place to see them, and to know they matter and mean something important, vivid and real.

Writing provides an enjoyable and safe way to explore and to express our feelings. Science has proven that when people write about what’s in their minds, they feel better and they just get healthier. Writing is a tool to move past negative emotions and to access positive thoughts. Reaching out thru writing whether it’s a letter, note, greeting card, email, or even a text makes us feel connected even when we can’t have a direct conversation. This is vital and even lifesaving in today’s modern world.

Articles, News and Media tell us loneliness is on the rise. TIME magazine reporter Justin Worland wrote in 2015 that a Brigham Young University study found simply “feeling alone” increased the risk of death by 26 percent, and that social isolation, and living alone caused even worse problems – increasing mortality risk by 29 to 32 percent. To put it in perspective, that’s equivalent to the increase in risk from smoking. To make things even more alarming, the number of people reporting loneliness has doubled since the 1980’s. We Can “and” We Have the Power, to turn that statistic around.

"Writing can prevent many of these feelings, and help people make a positive change within their lives."

“Writing is a gift. It is an art form and an expression of the mind, heart and soul, it is a call to humanity and an outreach of the desires and visions that dance within us all. From early days, man created instruments and hand carved tools to write on caves and stones, leaving a legacy of stories and secrets to be found and unfolded thru the universe and time. Writing compels us to go deeper and to read beyond the words.”

“Writing allows us to explore, to contemplate, to create, to dream, to imagine, to invent, to fantasize, to visualize and to pierce the veil of unknown, allowing us the fulfillment of our wishes, wants and dreams.”

“We are never alone when we write, all that we imagine comes to life, all the characters in our story, all those we've met, or those we hold dear can meet us there."

“Writing is the way station to the soul"

"A note in a bottle is a dream cast on paper and then guided by the stars. Writing is how we say hello, how we say goodbye, and it’s how we learn our names."

“The words we share happy, love, friendship, joy, laughter all, carry an energy of levity and spark a smile that we then radiate, to the world.

“Writing feels right”

Writing in the sand on the beach, or etching letters on a dewy window pane, or on a page with a pen, or on the computer or your phone with the stroke of your hand, it's a calling from a perfect place, it’s your inner voice coming out to play and sharing its message,"

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Nicole’s literary resume would make you smile. It opens with; “The first thing I wrote was the alphabet and then my name, after that words came quite easily” Her resume follows. Nicole’s resume is over twenty pages of credits all dedicated to her body of work and the craft of writing.

Nicole Brandon, CEO of Artistry in Motion and a talented actress/producer, has had an outrageously successful year. Producing three new television shows, completing a new book, starring in an original TV Series, and a Feature Film.
Additionally, Nicole was honored with the Presidential Humanitarian Service Award, and inducted into the Martial Arts Hall of Fame for the 7th time. Nicole was recently chosen by the “Best of Los Angeles Award” as one of L.A.’s “100 Most Fascinating People.” Now, Nicole looks deep within, reflecting on her thoughts as shares her perspective on the power of writing, and how it has awakened and influenced her life.

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Author and Poet Maxine Chernoff to be Featured on CUTV News Radio

MILL VALLEY, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES, September 20, 2019 / — To write something of value, a writer must make the familiar unfamiliar and the unfamiliar familiar. A good novel or poem doesn't tell you what you expect to hear, but gives you new insights, new emotional angles, expressed in a way that is original or useful.

Maxine Chernoff is an acclaimed novelist and poet, and former chair of the creative writing program at San Francisco State University.

“Poetry memorializes and celebrates the impermanence of life and it’s the role of the poet to find language that can encapsulate that truth,” says Chernoff.

A writer for over 40 years, Chernoff started composing poetry in her late teens and early 20s, around the time of the Vietnam War.

“The events in our culture have always interested me,” says Chernoff, “as well as the personal insights you can discover from just the experience of being alive in contemporary culture, personally and particularly as a woman.”

Chernoff has published three fiction novels (A Boy in Winter, American Heaven and Plain Grief) three selections of short stories (Some of Her Friends That Year: New & Selected Stories, Signs of Devotion and Bop) and 15 volumes of poetry.

She says because she started in poetry, she has the ability to be concise and precise and visual, and those skills have carried over into her fiction.

“What I have to do is create more of a sense of a character's fullness and their relationship with other characters, which you don't have to worry about in a poem,” says Chernoff. “When I'm writing novels, the characters in my mind are like a second family. I live with the characters and get to know them. Some of them are problem children. You just never know where a story is going, just as you don't know really where a relationship is going. There is this empty future, and you fill it with things you don't always expect to happen, even if you're the person creating the characters.”

Before you can strike out on your own as a writer, you need to know what's come before you, what we've learned from those great writers, and how we can reshape it in a way that suits our moment and our particular voice. As a professor of creative writing at San Francisco State for over 20 years, Chernoff is dedicated to nurturing the next generation of talented artists.

“It's about creating a community of really smart readers to help them refine their own distinctive way of approaching writing,” says Chernoff. “Writing is a visual medium. It uses words to evoke images, so the more specific you can be with your images, the better your writing will be.”

CUTV News Radio will feature Maxine Chernoff in an interview with Jim Masters on September 24th at 12pm EDT

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Holistic Health Expert Vicki Graham to be Featured on CUTV News Radio

MOODUS, CONNECTICUT, UNITED STATES, September 20, 2019 / — Are you concerned you will never be healthy again? The good news is you already have the answers. Meeting your inner physician will help you to unveil the solutions to actively participate your own healing and bring your body back into balance.

For over 45 years holistic health practitioner Vicki Graham has helped thousands of people to heal, including herself.

Graham is the author of I Can Breathe Again: My Inner Physician Has Revealed the Secret to Heal Myself, which offers readers a seven-step process of identifying what their issue really is and what to do about it.

“What people refer to as "source energy” or "innate intelligence,” I call the "inner physician,” says Graham. “Whether someone’s challenge is physical, emotional or spiritual, my work is teaching people to trust their gut, to know that they don't have to go outside of themselves to be healed, that their answers are coming already from within, they just need to learn how to tap into them.”

A pioneer in the field of natural health, Graham is the founder of Harmony Health Center, where she combines tools like vibrational medicine, muscle testing and other holistic alternative therapies that are affective for lasting recovery.

“I think of myself more as the sage on the side,” says Graham. “I'm really trying to teach people self-responsibility, so that they can take control of their own healing process.”

According to Graham, your health condition is only a symptom, not the problem. What’s needed is to get to the root of the issue.

“When I have somebody first come in to visit, I'm looking at the whole person rather than looking at their symptoms as the problem,” says Graham. “I use muscle testing to tap into the inner physician, a tool to build confidence in developing a trust between your conscious brain and your subconscious all-knowing intelligence, to find the answers for your own healing.”

Graham says all her work is based around the "triangle of health—biochemical, nutritional, and emotional and spiritual—to determine what side of that triangle has gone out of frequency with their coherent alignment.

“It really comes down to the fundamentals,” says Graham. “My hope is that they learn they aren't helpless or powerless, and there are so many other ways to take care of your own health besides being dependent on drugs or what doctors are dictating to you. I'm hoping more people will come to appreciate their inner voice. We all need to learn the tools and resources to be able to help ourselves, but the answers come from within.”

CUTV News Radio will feature Vicki Graham an interview with Jim Masters on September 24th at 2pm EDT

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Doctors Complete 700 mile Climate and Disability Walk from Canada to DC

People with and without disabilities holding Day for Tomorrow banner at Love Park in Philadelphia

Climate Justice team at Love Park in Philadelphia

Roads found inaccessible and unsafe; Further work to target interviewing persons with disabilities regarding their experiences in extreme weather

WASHINGTON, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA , UNITED STATES, September 19, 2019 / — Drs. Marcalee and Craig Alexander have completed a 700 mile walk to the United States Capitol from Campobello Island in New Brunswick, Canada to highlight the need for better accessibility for walking and wheeling on our roads and to find persons with disabilities to tell their stories about extreme weather, climate change and disability. With the growing climate crisis, both doctors left their positions in rehabilitation to focus on the issues of accessibility, feasibility of walking in the US and how disasters and climate change have and will impact persons with disabilities. Along the route, they found not only are our roads inaccessible but they did not see one person in a wheelchair going from town to town on the route.

Marcalee Alexander notes, “To live in the US and not in a city you need to have a car. This leads to discrimination against the poor. Moreover, if you want to walk from town to town, it is generally unsafe. Without sidewalks and often with no shoulders, our roads are difficult for able-bodied people to use, and are impossible for people in wheelchairs to use. Additionally with temperature extremes, people are more likely to remain indoors. We need to address the walk-ability of our roads along with the only war we need, a war against climate change, to sustain everyone's quality of life and health.”

Along the way, Marcalee Alexander worked with city officials and community groups to hold climate justice walks for persons with disabilities in New York City and Philadelphia and spoke at 7 medical schools about the issue. "Unfortunately, health care professionals are not adequately informing people with disabilities about how to prepare for extreme weather events, and cities are inadequately equipped as to how to help people with disabilities in weather disasters such as Dorian. With the increased frequency and strength of extreme weather events and the climate crisis, this is a human justice issue that requires immediate attention."

As a culmination to their walk, Drs. Alexander are working to launch "Day for Tomorrow" on 9/22/19. Otherwise explained as “People Day”, the title was coined because we cannot accurately predict tomorrow’s weather as we did 30 years ago. People with disabilities are already impacted around the world by climate change and we need to focus on the impact of climate crisis on the most vulnerable people such as those with disabilities and those on the front line, and not just the earth. Persons with disabilities and the elderly are especially vulnerable in extreme temperatures. Right now, people are relatively imprisoned indoors due to the weather. Moreover, those with disabilities need special attention during hurricanes and anticipated flooding, being unable to go to shelters with wheelchairs or personal care assistants. Inadequate accommodations are also available for the elderly, persons with head injuries and autism who cannot tolerate large open areas with many people.

On September 22 between 1-4, Marcalee and Craig Alexander will be on the National Mall providing information about Day for Tomorrow. In addition, there will be gatherings for Day for Tomorrow in places such as Moshi, Tanzania, Chapel Hill, North Carolina and New Delhi, India. Around the earth, on Day for Tomorrow people are encouraged to knock on their neighbor’s doors so they know if they have any needs that are unique in a weather disaster and to engage in some type of “green” day.

Marcalee Alexander plans to further the initiative by directly visiting areas previously affected by weather disasters and cities vulnerable to flooding and interviewing persons with disabilities about their experiences and concerns. She is soliciting persons with disabilities who would like to tell their stories to contact her. Moreover, she is planning to publish the faces of climate change, focusing on persons with disabilities and their lived experiences.

“The recent attention given to the climate crisis is wonderful. The issue is we need action now by all facets of humanity. As climate change worsens, we will all be older, possibly disabled ourselves and more vulnerable. The climate emergency is everyone’s problem and a human justice issue that we need to address now. Join us by taking action on the Day for Tomorrow.”

Marcalee Alexander is also working to start a nonprofit organization, Telerehabilitation International that will focus on educating people about quality of life issues, especially those related to climate change and disability. She also sees telemedicine as a green solution to dealing with disasters and the organization will work to start a network of rehabilitation physicians that are willing to volunteer to provided physician to physician consults for persons with disabilities in disaster areas.

For further information contact, Marcalee Alexander at or 775-343-9322.

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Success Coach, Therapist and Healer Dr. Julianne Blake to be Featured on CUTV News Radio

TEMECULA, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES, September 19, 2019 / — Julianne Blake has a PhD in Clinical Psychology and is a licensed psychological counselor (MFT) and stress coach based in California. But truly she is, and does, more than any title could define. She has helped numerous people to live better—with more passion, less pain, more purpose and pure joy—and done it so well she has earned the nickname The Joy Doctor.

Dr. Blake combines her life experiences with her education to work as a counselor, life coach, therapist, mentor and healer. She has appeared often in media to talk about her life’s work, including prior appearances here on CUTV News Radio. She has furthermore hosted her own radio show and co-authored a book with famed coach Jack Canfield, in his Success Secrets series.

Dr. Blake believes she knows the better way for all of us who have lived with pain, trauma, discomfort and stress. It starts with an outpouring of pure love. It includes counseling tips that can help you transform your life and discover greater joy and success. It also helps people to learn to value and cherish themselves more—so that they can be open to receive all that is coming their way.

Dr. Blake emphasizes that she does not cure or heal people, she simply teaches them to use their own power to heal. She believes we humans are capable of creating miracles if we choose to. She also feels we can live with joy, no matter where we are, or what we are going through—even living with chronic medical conditions like Diabetes or Lupus or with any type of Cancer.

During her life, Dr. Blake studied meditative arts in Asia and participated in group medications with some pretty amazing outcomes. One way that Dr. Blake reaches through to people now, is with guided meditations. She offers a free sample to those who sign up at her website and also has longer recorded versions of meditations and anti-stress guidance available for sale up there. We hope Dr. Blake will share this type of meditation with listeners right on the air. We know she will eagerly share her tips for better, healthier, and more exuberant living.

CUTV News Radio will highlight Dr. Julianne Blake in interviews with Jim Masters, Thursdays at 3:00pm, beginning September 19th

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Global Smoke Alarms Market 2019 – 2025 – By Type, Component, Industry, Region

A new market study, titled “2019 Global and Regional Smoke Alarms Market Research Report Forecast 2025”, has been featured on WiseGuyReports.

PUNE , MAHARASHTRA, INDIA, September 19, 2019 / — Report Description:

Smoke detectors are designed to sense smoke and alert people in case of fire outbreak. The device generates a fire alarm, to make people aware of the situation and in some cases these devices come with a sprinkler that sprays water on the affected area. These smoke detectors are receiving an acknowledgment from diverse fields like residential, commercial, and other construction sectors owing to which the smoke alarm market is expected to gain traction for the coming years. In some cases, these devices are connected with fire stations and police station to alert them in case of emergency. The global smoke alarm market can find traction from various sides like increasing participation from various market players, increasing scope for innovation, and others.

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Type and application are two distinct segments that have been discussed in the global study of the smoke alarm market report. This study has its base in the volume-based and value-based market analyses. These analyses are loaded with reviews of experts and figures to substantiate claims.

By type, the global smoke alarm market can be studied into type I, type II, and Type III. All these segments are expected to provide strong market growth during the forecast period.

By application, the smoke alarm market can be segmented into the application I, application II, and application III. These segments are well-known for their contribution to global market growth.

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Several players are taking an active interest in the global smoke alarms market to make it a profitable one. These companies are relying on tactical moves to ensure better individual growth and robust holistic expansion of the market. Players interested in the global smoke alarms market are Kidde, First Alert, Universal Security Instruments, Gentex, FireX, Code One, and others. their strategic moves include various methods like merger, acquisition, collaboration, branding, and others.

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In August 2019, the Red Cross installed hundreds of smoke alarms in East Texas to ensure strict adherence to fire safety protocols. The organization is doing this for free. Such an initiative is expected to make sure strong growth for the market as several others will also join in to launch their respective innovations.

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