Family Impact Radio Segment


On Family Impact at 6:30AM and 7:30AM for the week of August 25-29

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Guest:  Jeffrey Jensen Arnett, Ph.D. Author

Topic:    A Series this week on Dealing With Grownup Kids taken from the book,                                                                                              Getting To 30 A Parent’s Guide to the 20-Something Years

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Join us for a three-part series on dealing with food allergies at school starting Tuesday, August 19

Guest: Jan Hanson, author

Topic:  Food Allergies: A Recipe For Success At School

Information, Recommendations and Inspiration for Families and School Personnel
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Guest:  Greg McKeon
Author of Essentialism  the Disciplined Pursuit of Less
Topic:  The Way of the Essentialist involves doing less, but better, so you can make the highest possible contribution to the workplace.

Eliminate the Nonessentials.
Greg’s tips to get started.   He recommends a simple action list.

Before you leave the office today, write down your top six priorities for tomorrow on a Post-it note.

Cross off the bottom five.

Write down your top priority on a Post-it note and put it on your computer.

Schedule a 90-minute window to work on your top priority — preferably the first thing of the day.

Every time you are about to check email, Facebook, Twitter etc., write down what you are about to do.

http://gregmckeown.com/essentialism-the-disciplined-pursuit-of-less/

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52 Ways to Encourage a Chronically Ill Friend
excerpted from “Beyond Casseroles 505 Ways Encourage a Chronically Ill Friend”

http://restministries.com/2012/05/ways-to-encourage/

Find help in the book,  Beyond Casseroles 505 Ways Encourage A Chronically Ill Friend

Besides suggesting things to do, this book will also coach you on what not to do and say.

It will help you to understand a little bit more about what it’s like to have a chronic illness.

http://illnessbooks.com/Books-By-Lisa/Beyond-Casseroles-505-Ways-Encourage-a-Chronically-Ill-Friend.html

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