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Sarasota, FL, United States, 2011/10/04 - Everyday Parenting with Lisa Hein celebrated her 100th show in September with her subjects range from inspiring parents to be their best, to protecting our children from cyperbullying, to staying on top of this economy.
Her guests have ranged from #1 NY Times best selling authors to incredible people who have seen the pits of hell and have taken those experiences and turned themselves into successful entrepreneurs.
Lisa says,"It wasn't an easy task to get my show off the ground, but after 100 shows and two years of hard work, it is all paying off." She adds,"You cannot put a price on the expert advice she brings every week. My guests are incredible and we all share the same passion - to leave others feeling inspired and hopeful."
The show is broadcast on Radio Ear Network Mondays at 8 am BST London, England and on Tuesdays at 10 am EST. North America
Everyday Parenting with Lisa Hein October Guests
October 4, 2011 - Betsy Thompson
Betsy is the author of several books including LOVEPARENT: How To Be The Parent You Hope To Be, LOVEHUMAN: How To Be Who You Love and YOU ARE WHAT YOU THINK: Make Your Thoughts Delicious, to name a few.
October 11, 2011 - Brenda Knight
Brenda is the editor of and contributor to the Gratitude Power Workbook. She began her publishing journey at Harper Collins and authored American Book Award winning: Women of the Beat Generation, Wild Women and Books, Rituals for Life, The Poetry Oracle and the forthcoming Happiness Habits.
October 18, 2911 - Hogan Hilling
Hogan is the author of Rattled: What He's Thinking When You're Pregnant and Pacifi(her): What She's Thinking When She's Pregnant along with The Modern Mom's Guide to Dads, and The Man Who Would Be Dad.
October 25, - Gregory Evans
Gregory is the President/CEO of NationalCyberSecurity.com, which provides helpful services to the public. He will be sharing crucial information about how dishonest people may use information we give them over the internet, how you can help your child from being bullied, how our children's identities are being stolen, and how to stop predators from reaching our children. His findings really make you wonder if we are safe online.