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Your Positive Imprint is real life…true stories. People from all over the world share their positive achievements that are influencing positive actions. Hear how their efforts can affect and inspire you! Your Positive Imprint. It’s a global variety show!! By the way, what’s YOUR P.I.?

Apple Podcast:
https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/your-positive-imprint/id1446529561

Spotify:
https://open.spotify.com/show/1Ny6zeRjCsFDPfC0dszItu

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Your Positive Imprint Catherine Praiswater

    • Society & Culture
    • 5.0 • 24 Ratings

Your Positive Imprint is real life…true stories. People from all over the world share their positive achievements that are influencing positive actions. Hear how their efforts can affect and inspire you! Your Positive Imprint. It’s a global variety show!! By the way, what’s YOUR P.I.?

Apple Podcast:
https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/your-positive-imprint/id1446529561

Spotify:
https://open.spotify.com/show/1Ny6zeRjCsFDPfC0dszItu

iHeart Radio:
https://www.iheart.com/podcast/256-your-positive-imprint-31159178/

    Ice Preserves Human Remains. Archaeologist Anne M. Jensen

    Ice Preserves Human Remains. Archaeologist Anne M. Jensen

    Anne M. Jensen is an archaeologist. Recently she recovered human remains and artifacts up in Alaska dating back to 1000 AD or earlier. The recovery was quick because of the eroding and melting ice. Our history is melting away.

    • 15 min
    Advocate Extraordinaire Leaves No One Behind. Kehkashan Basu

    Advocate Extraordinaire Leaves No One Behind. Kehkashan Basu

    Even after death threats twenty year old Kehkashan Basu makes significant contributions to children’s and women’s rights globally. She educates children in Syrian refugee camps and she works for change regarding women’s rights in marginalized communities. Being an eco-warrior she mitigates climate change through education. Meet twenty year old Kehkashan Basu.

    • 39 min
    Writing Therapy for PTSD. Stuart L. Scott, former CID Agent

    Writing Therapy for PTSD. Stuart L. Scott, former CID Agent

    Stuart L. Scott, former Criminal Investigation Command (CID) Agent found the criminal investigations stressful. They left him with intrusive thoughts. PTSD issues appear in vastly different unrecognized aspects of life. PTSD just shows itself in many different ways and anybody can be affected by post-traumatic stress disorder.
    Wine-maker, glass artisan and now author, Stuart L. Scott, turned to writing therapy to control his PTSD issues. He shares some of his CID investigations that until recently caused PTSD. Writing down these events through writing therapy opened up an avenue for storytelling.
    The author also reads excerpts from his published novels. Prisoners of War is an historical fiction romance novel that finds the reader asking the question, “what would I do if my loved one was put into an internment camp because of their race?” The second book is Gritty, Grisly and Greedy Stories Inspired by True Crooks and Crimes from My 20 Years as a Fed. His newest book, 'Spirit Lake Payback' was just released.  Stuart reads an excerpt from this exciting novel. Meet the ladies of the lake.

    • 39 min
    From Strife to A Voice For Change. Vic Elizabeth Turnbull

    From Strife to A Voice For Change. Vic Elizabeth Turnbull

    After years of twists and turns and personal strife, Vic Elizabeth Turnbull of England is amplifying the voice of change. She enables good “eggs” to tell their stories. Today this fantastic egg is sharing her own story from a laborious beginning to the power of speech. There’s something to be said for having a dream and working towards it.

    • 31 min
    Cultural Desserts From Around the World with Tim Crofton

    Cultural Desserts From Around the World with Tim Crofton

    Reconnecting with his students from around the world, Professor Tim Crofton makes a cultural dessert from pretty much every country on the planet. Being a type one diabetic doesn’t stop him from making cultural connections through food. Food interconnects us with every human being on the planet. That sense of smell and taste takes you back to a time, a place, a person.

    Now that he’s completed all of his delights, Tim shares his top three yummies and his reasons why on this episode. Around the world and here we go!! Just Desserts Part 2 with baker Tim Crofton.

    Tim shares his top three diverse desserts and his reasons why. Around the world and here we go!! Just Desserts Part 2 with baker Tim Crofton.

    • 33 min
    DIVERSE FOODS FROM AROUND THE WORLD, TIM CROFTON

    DIVERSE FOODS FROM AROUND THE WORLD, TIM CROFTON

    When it comes to human interactions and connections there’s nothing like the love of giving people a nice meal or divine dessert.  Food creates a shared experience across cultures. Tim Crofton of Tim Crofton’s Just Desserts shares his experience with foods while living in different parts of the world.  Hairy crab?  Stinky tofu?  Around the world and here we go with Tim!

    • 49 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
24 Ratings

24 Ratings

Rebecca DeMoss ,

Great Podcast

This is such an amazing podcast series full of souls and heart! I have enjoyed listening to many of the episodes! Thanks for sharing so many amazing stories.

Chez Paree ,

Reflections on Motherhood

Beautiful soulful interview between a beautiful mom and a beautiful daughter.

Kathie Fishback Anthony ,

Kathie Fishback Anthony

Thank you Catherine for producing My Positive Imprint featuring the JOY dance has brought & continues to bring to my life. It was a delightful surprise to hear Michael’s interview and the words of Raquel-a student that still explores her love of dance while studying to graduate with a degree in bio-medical engineering.

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