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Author and award-winning marketing strategist and inspirational speaker Lynne Golodner inspires organizations and individuals to add a little more meaning to their every day, through workshops, consulting and of course the transformative conversations shared through the Make Meaning Podcast. Here is the latest episode for your enjoyment.

The Make Meaning Podcast Lynne Golodner

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Author and award-winning marketing strategist and inspirational speaker Lynne Golodner inspires organizations and individuals to add a little more meaning to their every day, through workshops, consulting and of course the transformative conversations shared through the Make Meaning Podcast. Here is the latest episode for your enjoyment.

    Episode 75 - KidsRead2Kids

    Episode 75 - KidsRead2Kids

    In this Make Meaning podcast episode, Jacob and Alana talk about how their startup nonprofit, completely run and led by fellow teens, supports children struggling with reading challenges.

    • 17 min
    Episode 74 - Building Bridges with Deanna Singh

    Episode 74 - Building Bridges with Deanna Singh

    Building bridges for marginalized communities is where Deanna Singh, the daughter of an African-American mother and Sikh immigrant father, finds her purpose. Deanna is an author, social entrepreneur, and founder of Flying Elephant Foundation and is Lynne Goldner’s guest on this episode of the Make Meaning podcast.

    • 21 min
    Episode 73 - Jim Reese, professor, Mount Marty University, NEA writer-in-residence at Federal Prison Camp, Yankton, S.D.

    Episode 73 - Jim Reese, professor, Mount Marty University, NEA writer-in-residence at Federal Prison Camp, Yankton, S.D.

    Jim Reese says readers connect most with his “failures and screw-ups,” because they reveal the humanity that lives within each of us. The author of four books, including a beautiful collection of essays called Bone Chalk, and director of the Great Plains Writers Tour, Jim teaches writing at Mount Marty College and as part of a writing-as-healing program at Federal Prison Camp in Yankton, S.D., where he is “passionate about helping people come to terms with their emotional instabilities through writing

    • 23 min
    Episode 72 - Monica Mae Leibson

    Episode 72 - Monica Mae Leibson

    A personal bout with asthma at the age of 18 led Monica Mae Leibson to learn about a variety of ways to create good health – which ultimately inspired her to build a career in acupuncture and Chinese medicine. Today, working with Michigan Associates of Acupuncture & Integrative Medicine, Monica plays detective to get to the root cause of troubling symptoms for her patients, leading them to lifestyle, diet, and perspective shifts that contribute to long-term wellness.

    • 30 min
    Episode 71 - Adri Smith, Moss Floral Design

    Episode 71 - Adri Smith, Moss Floral Design

    When Adri Smith, founder of Moss Floral Design in Fort Worth, Texas, was a child, she loved sitting in her mother’s garden, smelling the hyacinths and admiring the irises. She began her career as a teacher but knew it wasn’t her calling and it wasn’t until her own wedding that she reconnected with her early love of florals and realized she wanted to bring that beauty and delight to others.

    • 17 min
    Episode 70 – Elena Reads: A youth perspective

    Episode 70 – Elena Reads: A youth perspective

    What did your younger self want to be when you grew up? Elena, 6th-grade book blogger of ElenaReads.com, wants to be a writer and is well on her way to realizing that dream. Celebrating her 2-year anniversary as a youth-book-blogger this week, Elena combines her passion for reading and writing on her avidly-read blog, where she reviews and recommends kid books, with a particular focus on diversity of race, religion, gender and abilities.

    • 15 min

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