Marie Diamond, Global Transformational Teacher, Will Be Making a Special Guest Appearance During Mindvalley Live 2020

Marie Diamond

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Marie Diamond will be interviewed on stage by Mindvalley´s Founder and CEO Vishen Lakhiani, and lead the audience in a very special meditation.

LOS ANGELES, CA, UNITED STATES, February 26, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — On March 1st, 2020 at 2.30 pm Marie Diamond, Global Transformational Teacher, will be interviewed on stage by Mindvalley´s Founder and CEO Vishen Lakhiani, and lead the audience in a very special meditation. Marie will lecture the group on energy clearing; clearing out the negative blocks with your past. Mindvalley is the world’s leading personal growth platform with a mission to teach wisdom and transformational ideas that our education system ignores. Mindvalley Live 2020 will be held at the Westin at LAX. Marie will be also recognized at the The Mindvalley Awards session for being the highest rated speaker at Mindvalley´s Reunion 2019.

“I’m so thrilled to be speaking in Los Angeles,” states Marie Diamond. “I am excited about taking my message, which is popular throughout the world, to the City of Angels, where I will try to help 1,000 people create a new life for themselves through clearing blocks from their past.”

Mindvalley Live brings together people with a passion for self-evolution. The community are those who go against the status quo; who seek personal growth as a way of life; and choose to view the world through a different lens. You’ll leave a different person with new ideas to elevate your life and new life-long friends and connections. Are you ready to join Mindvalley?

Today’s education does not provide the real-world life skills we need, to not only survive but to thrive. Join Mindvalley Live and see how they are doing it differently. Learn from cutting-edge experts, world-renowned teachers and thought-leaders in personal growth as they share their best practices, knowledge and wisdom around topics like mindfulness & meditation, health & fitness, relationships, public speaking, spirituality, parenting and productivity.

Mindvalley Live is about breaking the mold, and gaining new insights and visions. It’s about learning the tools you need to create massive personal transformation. By the time you leave the event, you will have a host of amazing ideas to unleash your extraordinary and awaken your mind.

“We’re constantly exploring, inventing, and optimizing personal transformation to ultimately unite our species, save our planet, and usher in a new golden age for humanity,” states Vishen Lakhiani, Founder of Mindvalley.

Mindvalley is home to hundreds of incredibly talented educators, employees, and tribe members like you who have dedicated their lives to helping themselves and others achieve the ultimate in personal transformation. The Mindvalley curriculum is designed to unleash the fullest potential of your mind, body, and spirit. It’s about being a rockstar at work. Having a healthy, youthful, energetic body. Experiencing unbreakable joy, love, and fulfillment. Connecting deeply with the people and communities around you. And contributing your unique gifts to the planet. See you at Mindvalley Live 2020.

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Marie Diamond

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Since her childhood experience, Marie Diamond has lived like a Magical Live. Her life reads like a magical story where she manifested her most incredible dreams, living in all her favorite places in the world, meeting and helping millions of people worldwide. For the last 25 years she has been the Spiritual mentor and Feng Shui Master of hundreds of thousands of students worldwide, top public speakers, international best-selling authors, celebrities in the music and movie industry, politicians and top athletes.

She has become a global household name in the field of the Law of Attraction and Self Help, using the Energy Systems of Feng Shui, Dowsing, Law of Attraction and Meditation. Recognized as a Global Energy master, she is known for her love for people and her ability to explain very complicated spiritual and energy knowledge in a practical and down to earth way. She is a successful spiritual businesswoman that loves being a mom of 3 children and enjoying her journey with her husband of 30 years.

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The Internet: Are Children In Charge?

Proactive Online Child Protection

Digital Supervision – Proactive Online Child Protection

Author, Charlene Doak-Gebauer

Many people are worried about child safety online, and should be. The statistics speak for themselves. Read about parental proactive Digital Supervision.

The Internet hosts more predation than any host in the history of the world.”

— Charlene Doak-Gebauer

LONDON, ONTARIO, CANADA, February 26, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Author, Charlene Doak-Gebauer
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DATE: February 26, 2020

The Internet: Are Children In Charge?

LONDON, ON Canada – “I wonder who is looking at my picture today? I just want to kill myself”, sobs a 13-year old teen who sent a nude of herself to her boyfriend, who circulated the picture throughout their school. Who knows how far it went outside the school?

“I wonder if I will get in trouble for talking so much to that guy on my game? I told him where I live. I know he is a lot older and he sent me nude”, thinks an eight-year old after gaming online with an adult.

“Am I going to be in trouble? I was watching my cartoon online and saw naked adults doing weird things”, wondered a scared six-year old after being exposed to xxx pornography online.

Are children in charge of the Internet? In most cases, yes, they are in charge in their homes. Are you aware of what your child is viewing online? Do you know who is chatting with your child online? Do they know? Are you aware there are young children addicted to pornography? These types of situations, self-exploitation or predation, are becoming an epidemic worldwide.

Do we know how to digitally supervise a child in our care? Son? Daughter? Charlene Doak-Gebauer says this generation is the most independent generation in the history of the world because of the Internet and digital devices. What can be done to assist children as they mature in this digital age?

As a Computer Specialist and Network Administrator in education, Doak-Gebauer has created her user-friendly Theory of Digital Supervision for online child protection. Why is it necessary?

The online vulnerabilities of our children have increased by 10,000% (Thorn) in the past few years because of the Internet and actions of unknowns, knowns, and our children. In addition to unknowns, our children have become victimizers because of their exposure to so much inappropriate content online.

According to Heidi Olson, Kansas City, child-on-child sexual assault has become staggering in numbers in their pediatric trauma unit at Mercy Hospital. There has been a direct correlation established between a child viewing pornography and becoming a child-on-child sexual assault perpetrator. In fact, according to Finkelhor (et al 2014), a large research study showed that anywhere from one third to half of all perpetrators are juveniles.

In her recently published book, “The Internet: Are Children In Charge?”, Charlene Doak-Gebauer impresses upon everyone globally – “catching up to the digital age is a necessity for the sake of our children, in every country of the world”. The addition of Digital Supervision to our already excellent traditional parenting skills, will enhance our child protection abilities.

Through research, Doak-Gebauer has found that exposure to our children of pornography and other inappropriate content online, is becoming a very real threat to the health of children – some addicted to pornography; some unknowingly producing and distributing child pornography; some performing sexual assaults on other children; some having erectile dysfunction as male teens caused by porn addiction; some planning suicides online; some bullying and threatening peers online; some planning gang attacks online; some planning violent acts to public safety online, and more.

Digital Supervision is written as a proactive approach to online child safety. Doak-Gebauer explains, “We cannot depend on ISP’s, police, governments, social media managers and others to protect our children online. We must supervise our children while they are on digital devices in our homes and schools”.

Too often, people have said “these kids have to make better choices online!!”. Groups go into schools trying to teach children to make better decisions while on digital devices. Doak-Gebauer says children are being given too much ownership for their decisions, particularly online. An eight-year old has little choice as to what to have for dinner, and yet they are supposed to make the right choices while communicating online. They lack the life skills and maturity to do so effectively.

Laws can change in countries, but without method, parents are at a loss. There are age-appropriate design codes in place in Britain. Unfortunately, there can be gaps in the codes. Doak-Gebauer warns that children can find the gaps and still view inappropriate material. Digital Supervision provides a technology/humanity bond for child protection. Too often, Doak-Gebauer cautions that hardware filters, design codes, and software blocking provide a false sense of security for parents. Expansion of supervision including digital methods are necessary. Read her user-friendly book to learn how to protect children, digitally. Doak-Gebauer asks that we work together for the sake of this generation.

In addition to being an award-winning speaker and author, Doak-Gebauer is the Founder and Chair of a dynamic, philanthropic speaking team, dedicated to speaking about her Theory of Digital Supervision for online child protection. It is called “The Anti Internet Child Exploitation Team – AICET”, with Americans and Canadians on the team. She maintains we should work in solidarity for the protection of all children globally, without borders. The AICET Council works for expenses only and can provide a half-day or full-day conference. If full day, attendees are eligible for a Certificate of Completion for Digital Supervision training. To learn more, go to the AICET Council brochure at Internet Sense First, the charity for which Doak-Gebauer is Founder and Chair.
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Charlene’s book “The Internet: Are Children In Charge?” is available on Amazon, Chapters, Indigo, Coles, 40,000 distribution channels worldwide.

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The Internet: Are Children In Charge? Yes, they are in most cases.


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Dr. Judith Osterhage of Parenting Matters Consulting to be Featured on Close Up Radio

SANTA BARBARA, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES, February 18, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Raising children is one of the most rewarding and challenging jobs we will ever have to face. Between juggling a hectic work schedule and our busy day to day lives, trying to raise happy well -adjusted children in a technology driven chaotic world can be tough. Fortunately, there are ways to shift your approach as a loving parent and create that solid healthy relationship with your child that you’ve always dreamed of.

Dr. Judy Sullivan Osterhage is an expert Certified Parenting Coach and founder of Parenting Matters Consulting with over 40 years working with families in need.

“My objective is to provide parents with the most successful strategies and practical tools so families truly connect and enjoy more fulfilling happier lives,” says Judy.

Judy’s clients range from single moms, adoptive parents, nannies, teachers, caregivers, grandparents acting as parents, foster parents, and moms in recovery. Skillfully assisting her clients to navigate the ins and outs of parenting with a heart centered compassionate approach, Judy aims at building and strengthening parent-child relationships. By encouraging parents to be skillful communicators and develop self-confidence, kindness, self-reliance, and empathy she literally helps families thrive. According to Judy, because children mirror adult’s behavior it is essential parents set the example and this starts right in their own home.

“It’s critical that kids acquire life-long skills so they can grow up to be empowered responsible adult citizens,” says Judy. “With proper nurturing and positive reinforcement parents will genuinely and effortlessly bond with their kids. I help them navigate the process with a solution focused approached for achieving life-long relationships.”

Judy says the importance of building solid relationships is critical in connecting with your children. Parents should allow their kids to make mistakes so they can learn. It’s not only about the child’s behavior it’s about the parents knowing how to navigate it that truly makes a difference.

Prior to becoming a coach, Judy experienced the emotional frustrations of raising her own children while as a single mom – juggling a full time demanding career, so she understands firsthand what it’s like. When her seventeen-year-old son tragically passed away from an undiagnosed heart condition five years ago, she not only had to come to terms with the overwhelming grief but suffered two heart attacks and slipped into a coma. Soon after, her younger son was in heart failure and in rapid decline.

After miraculously making an amazing recovery, feeling inspired to go on and make a difference in the world, Judy obtained her doctorate degree and became certified as a parent coach. She started her business Parenting Matters Consulting to help other families create better lives that are just peeking at them around the corner and right within their reach. With a renewed sense of purpose and realizing it is not over yet she tells herself – “Such a time as this!”

“In my life’s journey I learned all things are possible,” says Judy. “My belief is that with healthier families we all live more joyful lives and we can accomplish anything when we support one another. When we stay connected with our kids we create life- long positive influence on them.”

Well-balanced healthy families tend to have kids who do better in school. Parents sometimes are not certain on what to do, it’s not that they are bad parents. Judy also conducts expert training and workshops in schools and trains teachers training in classroom management with a similar philosophy. Strong families produce kids who perform well in school leading to stronger schools and communities.

Judy has worked for almost 25 years with foster families and foster youth moving towards emancipation. Her Doctorate in social justice – leadership for change supports her work with her dissertation – The Importance of Trauma Informed Education for Foster and Adoptive Parents – highlights the crucial need of trauma informed education especially with her work with sex traffic survivors.

Aside from her life changing parenting work, Judy is also a human sex trafficking educator, instructor, advocate and a powerful voice in raising awareness. On her website Judy offers a human trafficking awareness training course which is mandatory for employees of the hospitality industry. Judy’s hope is by raising awareness one day we will eradicate the horrors of human trafficking once and for all and she is determined to make that come to fruition.

“I’m a teacher, a proud mom, an advocate for a better world, experienced in the heartache of loss and have been inspired by my experiences,” says Judy. “Throughout my incredible life’s journey, I have learned connection is crucial and all things are possible. My unwavering belief is that with stronger families we all live better healthier lives and we can accomplish anything when we wholeheartedly connect and genuinely support one another.”

Close Up Radio will feature Dr. Judith Osterhage in an interview with Jim Masters on Thursday February 20th at 1 p.m. EST and with Doug Llewelyn on Wednesday February 26th at 3 p.m. EST

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For more information on our guest please visit https://parentingmattersconsulting.com/ and https://www.traffickingawareness.org/

Written By Beatrice Maria Centeno

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Seven Valentine's Day Tips For Special Needs Parents

Author Deanna Picon Offers Seven Ways To Revitalize Relationships

These simple and easy to apply tips will help special needs parents revitalize their relationship and keep it strong and healthy. It's important for couples to take time for themselves”

— Deanna Picon

NEW YORK CITY, NEW YORK, US, February 14, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Maintaining a healthy and fulfilling marriage or relationship while raising a child with special needs is no easy task. Working and managing all aspects of a child’s daily living – including school activities, personal needs, therapy and medical appointments – can leave little time for oneself, much less a partner.

All relationships need to be nurtured and cared for, but with the all-encompassing challenge of having a child with a disability, it often seems unachievable, said Deanna Picon, founder of Your Autism Coach, LLC and author of The Autism Parents' Guide To Reclaiming Your Life. With all the pressures and responsibilities, relationships are often put on the back burner, so it’s important for couples to take care of each other.

Parents can apply these simple tips to have a wonderful Valentine’s Day and throughout the year.

1. Give yourself permission to enjoy life again. Always remember that it’s perfectly okay for you and your spouse to make time for each other. Special needs parents often feel guilty for a having a good time, even if it’s only for a few hours. There’s no reason to feel bad for wanting some time with your spouse to resume the activities, events and hobbies you used to do before having kids. In fact, it’s probably the best thing you can do for your family. Every couple needs and deserves some time together to re-connect and keep the emotional and communication bonds strong.

2. Plan some couple time. It can be as easy as scheduling “date nights” for yourselves on a weekly or monthly basis. Go bowling or to a movie. Eat out. It doesn’t have to be a 3-course meal at a 5-star restaurant. A quick bite at a local diner is fine. The important thing is that you’re spending quality time together without trying to cook dinner, tend to your child’s needs, and clean the house at the same time. Above all, when you’re out together, do not discuss your child, household bills or job pressures. Have a conversation about the two of you. It’ll probably be the first time in years you’ve done that.

3. Ask for help when you need it. There’s no shame in asking a family member or close friend to stay with your child for a few hours so you and your partner can have some quality time and a much-deserved break. You’ll be pleasantly surprised how much people want to help and support you. Let them come over to take care of your child in your home. You’ll know your child is safe and well-cared for, and there’s no child care costs.

4. Appreciate each other. Show appreciation for all the wonderful or demanding things you are doing as partners and parents. Tell each other, “You’re doing a great job” every once in a while. It’s always nice to hear compliments, especially from your partner. Thank each other for acts of kindness, such as letting you sleep late some mornings.

5. Remember you’re both human. Nobody’s perfect. Give each other permission to vent and “blow off steam” every once in a while. Don’t judge each other and take anything personally in the heat of the moment.

6. Express Your Love. Attention and affection for each other doesn’t have to be reserved for just date nights and special occasions like Valentine’s Day. A little extra effort on both sides can generate ongoing intimacy. A kiss goodnight, a gentle touch as you pass in the hall, a love message by e-mail or text. These little gestures can mean so much and help strengthen your bond.

7. Surprise each other. You don’t have to wait for anniversaries, birthdays, Mother’s or Father’s Day to do something nice and special for your partner. Give him/her a balloon that says “I Love You” or “You’re Amazing”. Purchase a gift card so your spouse can buy something he/she wants.

Your Autism Coach, LLC provides personalized guidance, comprehensive support programs and seminars that address the concerns of special needs parents. Now on Twitter (@yourautismcoach), look for the latest parenting tips and advice from Deanna Picon. She shows parents how to overcome the challenges of raising a child with special needs, while building a rewarding life for themselves. Deanna is the recipient of the 2018 “Top Parental Advice Writer” and 2015 “Top Life Coach Writer” Awards from Autism Parenting Magazine.

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M2Moms® The Marketing to Moms Conference Expands To Include Family Marketing With Year Round Marketing Community

M2Moms - Marketing to Moms

Nan McCann, Founder & Producer M2Moms

Broader Focus Online & Year-Round Reflects the Business Reality Of Today’s Modern Family Life

The M2Moms/New Family Marketing Community is a multi-platform, online executive learning forum designed to keep marketers continually up to date with moms and today’s ever-changing families”

— Nan McCann, M2Moms® Founder & Producer

NEW YORK CITY, NEW YORK, USA, February 4, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Nan McCann, Founder and Producer of M2Moms® -The Marketing to Moms Conference, announced that M2Moms® is “expanding our reach in the marketing community to reflect the full impact of moms’ and family purchasing on our economy. With the explosion of social and digital media and big data, today’s moms’ purchasing is driven more than ever by the messaging her kids, her peers and her extended family receive and communicate to her. The change is constant. To help marketers address this expansion of the purchasing sphere, this April we will launch a 24/7/365 Members Only Community in addition to the annual October conference. It is called the M2Moms/New Family Marketing Community. Marketers can sign up for complimentary charter membership at http://bit.ly/M2MNFM The Community will give members a wide variety of features including:
 Expert videos on research, market insights, case studies, tech & data how-to
 Marketing to moms, women & family thought leader interviews
 On-going members-only info features on marketing to women, moms & family topics
 News you can use to keep you up-to-date and first-in-class
 Industry Cameos – who’s who mini profiles on peeps who’ve got the goods!
 At Your Service Assistance finding resources & help, guided by M2Mom®’s co-founder
 Special annual conference discounts for your Members Only Status“

Helping Marketers Keep Up With Today’s Moms & Today’s Family Purchasing
“The Members Only M2Moms/New Family Marketing Community is a multi-platform, online executive learning forum designed to keep marketers continually up to date with moms and today’s ever changing families. It continues and expands the core mission of M2Moms®, to help marketers build more business with moms, a market that is always changing and evolving. It never stays the same.” according McCann. “The 2019 Conference featured multiple sessions on the broader definition of family that shifts according to circumstance, and how moms are adapting to new ways of parenting. They’re embracing every emerging form of tech and using every screen at their disposal to network, search, get advice, recommend, shop & buy. The tech sessions & media discussions were presented by Google, Facebook/Instagram, YouTube Kids, GfK, Foursquare, BuzzFeed, The Motherboard, Playwell, LLC and Edison Research. Additionally, we explored how “smart” innovation is changing the home environment, introducing proximity targeting and issues like data privacy.”

More 2019 M2Moms® Highlights:
“We also looked at how intergenerational marketing has become a key component of marketing to moms and women. It included timely new presentations on the very real differences between millennial moms and the massive emerging cohort of Gen Z moms and women. And we saw how micro-insights help marketers increase their research ROI and get the most out of their data and info. Additionally, we looked at the moms market in China. Every year 15 million new babies are born in China versus only 4 million new US babies. It absolutely dwarfs the US market.”

Creative Engagement & Awards:
“It’s wasn’t all work. In keeping with our annual traditions, we presented M2Moms® “Mom First” & “This Woman Means Business” Awards. The “Mom First” Award is given to a mom who saw and successfully pursued a business opportunity she discovered while being a mom. It was awarded to Facebook’s Lauren Brandt the founder of Facebook’s SuperMoms, an internal movement to build community for moms returning to work from maternity leave. The “This Women Means Business” Award is presented to a proven business leader… an innovator and visionary…who in words and actions recognizes that women can be a transforming economic force in the world today…that for every successful enterprise, women mean business. In 2019 it was presented in memory of Ethel Percy Andrus, Ph.D. the elder rights activist who made a lasting impact on our society when she founded AARP.”

2019 M2Moms® / M2W® Sponsors:
Google, AARP, Facebook, Parenthood by Healthline, Foursquare, Wongdoody, The Motherboard, GfK, FlashLight Insights, Playwell LLC, Marketing to Mums, Tinybeans, Incite, The Female Factor, The Pepper Miller Group, Edison Research, BuzzFeed, Millennial Ad Network, Foundry 360 at Meredith, Snippies, Tiny Tutus and Destination Maternity. M2Moms® was proud to support The First 1,000 Days.

About M2Moms® / M2W®
M2Moms® -The Marketing to Moms Conference
M2W® -The Marketing to Women Conference
October 21 & 22, 2020, NYC

For information: www.M2Moms.com, www.m2w.biz or 860.724.2649 or nan@pme-events.com
M2Moms® & M2W® are produced by PME® Enterprises LLC.

Nan McCann
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What Are Caregiver duties

Comfort Keepers Katy Texas in home senior care caregiver duties

Comfort Keepers in Katy, TX answers the question: What are caregiver duties by providing a listing of the duties of an in home senior caregiver.

KATY, TX, UNITED STATES, February 2, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — +++

If you are like most people living in the area around Katy, Tx you most likely have dedicated a major part of your life to helping others like your children. Just like parenting not all in home senior cargivers provide the same services.

So you are probably wondering what are in home caregivers duties are available in the Katy area.

Care Giver Duties:

Meal preparation and cooking

Performing light housekeeping

Transporting clients to and from appointments and social events

Running errands

Helping with bathing, dressing, and hygiene

Reminding the client to take their medication on time

Helping with feeding and other everyday tasks

Tracking your client’s condition and reporting changes to your supervisor

Providing live-in or overnight care (shift differential provided)

Assisting with Alzheimer’s or dementia care

Offering respite care to relieve family caregivers

Conversation and companionship

While this list is not the same for all in home care or senior care caregivers and their agencies, it covers the most obvious caregiver duties.

For more than 20 years, Comfort Keepers® has been dedicated to providing the highest quality in-home care to those who need a hand with daily life and activities. Comfort Keepers® caregivers travel to client homes to help seniors achieve a greater quality of life through care, companionship and moments of joy whether big or small.

If you need help or are just looking for answers to questions about in home senior care, contact the experts at Comfort Keepers Katy, Tx by calling (281) 223-1169.

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This release was drafted by Results Driven Marketing, LLC: a full-service digital marketing, public relations, advertising, and content marketing firm located in Wynnewood, PA.

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