Fairfax Radio 03/27/2018

Wayne Faust author of 300 Billion to ONE!  Wayne is our guest today and tells the story of his life through the book. He wrote the book in memory of his wife, as he remembers not only the love he and his wife shared before her death from cancer, but also God’s love shown to him in a miraculous way. He wants to remind us all that whatever we face, God is with us, and God loves us more than we can imagine. A licensed therapist, Wayne knows what people need when facing grief. But in the devastating months that followed her death, Wayne nearly lost his will to live and cried out to God for answers to her death and pain.

 

In his overwhelming grief, Wayne cried out, “God, I need a miracle!” And God responded with an undeniable intervention, transcending time and space to create a set of circumstances so personalized Wayne could not explain them away and would be overwhelmed with restored hope that He is a caring God. A licensed therapist, Wayne is currently CEO of Counseling and Assessments Ministries (CAM), a nonprofit counseling ministry dedicated to serving Alzheimer’s clients and providing indigent children opportunities to develop career skills. Prior to starting CAM in 2015, Wayne’s career was centered in providing various licensed clinical, industrial-organizational and human resources-related services in diverse settings in the Nashville, Tennessee area where he lives. He is active in his church and serves on the board of several nonprofit organizations.

300 Billion to ONE! A True Story of Love and Hope that Defies the Odds [ISBN 978-0-692-88047-0, Carpenter’s Son Publishing] releases in February. It will be available from selected book stores and online retailers. For more information about Wayne, visit his websites, including www.300BilliontoOne.com and www.CandAMinistries.org.

 

 

Our next guest is Andrew Wagner, Senior Tax Advisor at H&R Block joins us to share tax advice for first-time filers and survey results. Andrew will Share Tips and Advice to your listeners on What They Can Expect When Filing a Tax Return for the First Time as well as How To File a 1040 EZ For “Free“. For more information go to www.hrblock.com

 

 

 

Our next guest is Chief of Cardiology Clyde Yancy, MD, MSc, he discusses the latest heart research, including the digital future of Heart Disease, what you and your family need to know about hypertension and the best (and easiest) ways to prevent heart disease. February is American Heart Month. For more information www.nm.org/radio

Clyde Yancy, MD, MSc,Chief, Cardiology, Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine,Associate Director, The Bluhm Cardiovascular Institute at Northwestern Memorial Hospital, Past President, American Heart Association.

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WSKY 1230AM WDZY1290AM/103.3FM KWDF 840AM/99.7FM 03/10/2018

Our first guest is David Sturt New York Times bestselling Author and Workplace Leadership Expert discusses: The subjects:

What’s The Secret Of A Great Workplace?

Learning the Do’s and the and Don’ts of Showing Appreciation in the Workplace

And What Employees Want Most.

While not every workplace may be as extreme as depicted in any given episode of The Office – every place of business in America is likely in need of some sort of a makeover. And while appreciation is everywhere – from statues erected of people who impacted our world, to buildings and parks named after community leaders – we do not see enough appreciation in the one place where it is needed most: at work.  A recent study proves that appreciation and recognition is the number one thing employees say their managers could do to inspire great work. When employees participate in all three aspects of recognition moments—meaning they give recognition, receive recognition, and observe recognition—companies witness a 591% increase of employees who say they are engaged.

 

 

Our second guest is Chief of Cardiology Clyde Yancy, MD, MSc,  he discusses the latest heart research, including the digital future of Heart Disease, what you and your family need to know about hypertension and the best (and easiest) ways to prevent heart disease.

Heart disease remains the leading cause of death for both men and women in the United States.  However, you can take steps to halt its progress. The key is to know your risk factors and modify the ones you can. This can both lengthen and improve the quality of your life. Among the many different kinds of heart disease, millions of Americans are living with “heart failure” or heart muscle disorder—the inability of the heart to provide adequate blood supply and oxygen to the body. The goal of the highly skilled team of cardiologists and cardiac surgeons at the Center for Heart Failure at The Bluhm Cardiovascular Institute at Northwestern Memorial Hospital is to provide progressive strategies to diagnose, treat and stabilize heart failure, while improving your overall quality of life. The clinical team at Northwestern Medicine’s Bluhm Cardiovascular Institute works with referring physicians to give patients with heart failure the best outcomes possible—even those patients with unique cases.

Clyde W. Yancy, MD, MSc is Chief of Cardiology at Northwestern University, Feinberg School of Medicine, and Associate Director of the Bluhm Cardiovascular Institute at Northwestern Memorial Hospital. He holds the Magerstadt Endowed Professor of Medicine Chair and also holds an appointment as Professor of Medical Social Sciences.  He concurrently serves as Vice-Dean of Diversity & Inclusion, Northwestern University, Feinberg School of Medicine. For more information please visit www.nm.org/radio

WCVX 1160 AM 03-03-2018

Wayne Faust author of 300 Billion to ONE!  Wayne is our guest today and tells the story of his life through the book. He wrote the book in memory of his wife, as he remembers not only the love he and his wife shared before her death from cancer, but also God’s love shown to him in a miraculous way. He wants to remind us all that whatever we face, God is with us, and God loves us more than we can imagine. A licensed therapist, Wayne knows what people need when facing grief. But in the devastating months that followed her death, Wayne nearly lost his will to live and cried out to God for answers to her death and pain.

 

In his overwhelming grief, Wayne cried out, “God, I need a miracle!” And God responded with an undeniable intervention, transcending time and space to create a set of circumstances so personalized Wayne could not explain them away and would be overwhelmed with restored hope that He is a caring God. A licensed therapist, Wayne is currently CEO of Counseling and Assessments Ministries (CAM), a nonprofit counseling ministry dedicated to serving Alzheimer’s clients and providing indigent children opportunities to develop career skills. Prior to starting CAM in 2015, Wayne’s career was centered in providing various licensed clinical, industrial-organizational and human resources-related services in diverse settings in the Nashville, Tennessee area where he lives. He is active in his church and serves on the board of several nonprofit organizations.

300 Billion to ONE! A True Story of Love and Hope that Defies the Odds [ISBN 978-0-692-88047-0, Carpenter’s Son Publishing] releases in February. It will be available from selected book stores and online retailers. For more information about Wayne, visit his websites, including www.300BilliontoOne.com and www.CandAMinistries.org.

 

 

Our next guest is Andrew Wagner, Senior Tax Advisor at H&R Block joins us to share tax advice for first-time filers and survey results. Andrew will Share Tips and Advice to your listeners on What They Can Expect When Filing a Tax Return for the First Time as well as How To File a 1040 EZ For “Free“. For more information go to www.hrblock.com

 

 

 

Our next guest is Chief of Cardiology Clyde Yancy, MD, MSc, he discusses the latest heart research, including the digital future of Heart Disease, what you and your family need to know about hypertension and the best (and easiest) ways to prevent heart disease. February is American Heart Month. For more information www.nm.org/radio

Clyde Yancy, MD, MSc,Chief, Cardiology, Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine,Associate Director, The Bluhm Cardiovascular Institute at Northwestern Memorial Hospital, Past President, American Heart Association.

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