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Thursday, October 27, 2016

The Bosnian Pyramids Revealed with Dr. Sam Osmanagich

Join us Thursday, October 27th, at 4:00PM-PST/7PM-EST on OMTimes Radio, for What’s Going OM? with host Sandie Sedgbeer and guest Dr. Sam Osmanagich. 

Dr. Sam Osmanagich
According to the latest evidence, everything we thought we knew about pyramids and the ancient civilizations that built them is wrong. In 2005, anthropology professor “Dr. Sam” Osmanagich discovered the first pyramids on European soil—the lost pyramids of Bosnia. After many thousands of hours of archaeological digging, sample testing, radiocarbon dating and several scientific conferences, this discovery shows that our view of the ancient past needs to be changed. 

The Bosnian Pyramids are the biggest and oldest pyramidal structures on the planet. Despite obstacles from cultural, media and political establishments, this project has grown to be the most active archaeological site anywhere, and yet, many well-known names in the archeological community still refuse to acknowledge that the Bosnian Pyramids are real. What are they afraid of?

Dr. Semir Osmanagich joins Sandie to discuss the Bosnian Pyramids, and share the riveting evidence he’s uncovered about their age, purpose and potential healing power.

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Wednesday, October 12, 2016

Biomimicry – What We Can Learn From Nature Can Save Our World with Janine M. Benyus

Join us Thursday, October 13th, at 4:00PM-PST/7PM-EST on OMTimes Radio, for What’s Going OM? with host Sandie Sedgbeer and guest Janine Benyus. 

Janine Benyus

Nature is far more wondrous that we think – in fact, as scientists across the globe are proving, the natural world is full of hidden design clues that can save our world. Biomimicry is a revolutionary new science that analyzes nature’s best ideas – spider silk and prairie grass, seashells and brain cells – and adapts them for human use. In her seminal book, Biomimicry: Innovation Inspired by Nature, science writer Janine Benyus reveals how nature is offering real solutions to human design challenges that can help us save our world– from creating toxin-free materials, to developing waste-free products and systems, to building entire cities that function like Redwood forests.

Topics will include:
* What leaves can teach us about gathering energy
* What spiders can teach us about weaving fibers
* What chimps can teach us about healing ourselves
* And much more…

JANINE BENYUS is a biologist, author, innovation consultant, and self-proclaimed “nature nerd.” In her 1997 book, Biomimicry: Innovation Inspired by Nature, she names an emerging discipline that emulates nature’s designs and processes (e.g., solar cells that mimic leaves) to create a healthier, more sustainable planet. Since the book’s release, Janine has evolved the practice of biomimicry, speaking around the world about what we can learn from the genius that surrounds us.

In 1998, Janine co-founded the world’s first bio-inspired consultancy, Biomimicry 3.8 (formerly the Biomimicry Guild), bringing nature’s sustainable designs to 250+ clients including Boeing, Colgate-Palmolive, Nike, General Electric, Herman Miller, HOK architects, IDEO, Interface, Natura, Procter and Gamble, Levi’s, Kohler, and General Mills.

In 2006, she co-founded the Biomimicry Institute, a non-profit dedicated to making biology a natural part of the design process. The Institute hosts annual global biomimicry design challenges on massive sustainability problems, mobilizing tens of thousands of students and practitioners through the Global Biomimicry Network to solve those challenges, and providing those practitioners with the world’s most comprehensive biomimicry inspiration database, AskNature, to use as a starting place.

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Thursday, October 6, 2016

The Four Elements of Success with Laurie Beth Jones

Join us Thursday, October 6th, at 4:00PM-PST/7PM-EST on OMTimes Radio, for What’s Going OM? with host Sandie Sedgbeer and guest Laurie Beth Jones. 

Laurie Beth Jones
Whether at work, at home, or at play, we all depend on others. The relationships we make – whether in a billion dollar organization or a family – are as basic as fire, water, wind, and earth.

In her book, The Four Elements of Success, best selling author, speaker, coach and trainer Laurie Beth Jones unlocks the ancient wisdom of the elements of creation and marries it with a modern personality theory to provide powerful new possibilities for collaboration, change, and success in all our relationships.

Laurie Beth Jones is an internationally recognized best-selling author, speaker, coach, and trainer. Her business books written from a spiritual perspective, have received global recognition for the sound, time-proven principles contained within. As a speaker and trainer, she has been invited to present to presidents of countries and companies, business teams, government and the judicial system, churches and ministries, service organizations, and educators.

Her first book, Jesus CEO, Using Ancient Wisdom For Visionary Leadership, was written when she was struck by the notion that Jesus’ leadership approach with his staff (disciples) ran counter to many of the management styles and techniques being employed and popularized. She followed with The Path: Creating Your Mission Statement for Work and for Life, and The Four Elements of Success, which introduce new approaches to the age-old challenge of working and forming relationships with other people. The Path Elements Profile (PEPTM) is an intuitive and powerful communication tool that can successfully be employed by individuals of almost any age in any situation.

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