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Aesthetic Dental Studio of RI
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All About Home Care
American Labor Services, Inc.
Bama Companies, Inc., Paula A. Marshall
Bentley Wealth Advisors, LLC
Centers for Integrative Medicine and Healing
Ch’i Spa Eternal Energy
Chelo’s Hometown Bar & Grille
Comprehensive Psychiatric Resources
Dr. Michele Pelosi, Chiropractic Services
Dr. Will Aguila, The Dr. A Show
George Goens, Author
Home & Hospice Care of Rhode Island
Horizon Bay Retirement Living
Landmark Medical Center
Lepine Dentistry, LLC
Lola’s Tequila Bar & Cantina / Whiskey Republic
Chardonnay’s Restaurant /Meritage Restaurant
Natural Awakenings Magazine
North Suburban Orthopedic, Inc.
Otrandro, Porcaro & Associates, Ltd
Pannone, Lopes, Devereaux & West LLC
Performance Physical Therapy
Raskin & Berman Law
RI Local Magazine
Rhode Island Society of CPAs
Rhodes to Independence at the University of Rhode Island’s College of Pharmacy
RWL General Contractors
SCORE of RI
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Siren Marine, Inc.
The Daily Wellness Company
The Tux Shoppe
Twin Rivers Hearing Health, Inc.
Tune in as Patricia interviews Robert Jordan, who has been launching and growing companies and helping other entrepreneurs do the same for the past 20 years. His startup, Online Access, the first Internet-coverage magazine, landed on the Inc. 500 list of fastest growing companies. After its sale he founded RedFlash, a project implementation team, and interimCEOinterimCFO, a worldwide network of interim, contract, and project executives. He will discuss his new book How They Did It: Billion Dollar Insights from the Heart of America, where he interviewed 45 company founders, each of whom started, grew, and sold a company for approximately $100 million or more, or took their company public for $300 million or more in market valuation.
Tune in for the "Finding the Soul of Big Business" featured segment when Patricia interviews Paula Marshall, CEO of Bama Companies, recepient of the Malcolm Baldridge National Quality Award and author of the new book, Finding the Soul of Big Business. She will discuss how to find and retain "good customers", prioritize your income streams, foster good employee relationships and promote positive corporate culture.
Patricia Raskin talks about having a positive outlook by turning challenges into opportunities.
Patricia Raskin, host of the Patricia Raskin Positive Living radio show, is a nationally recognized, multi-media radio talk show host. award-winning producer, speaker and author. She is recognized by her peers and listeners as the "powerhouse voice" behind lifestyle, health and wellness, inspirational, and personal growth talk radio. A "positive media" pioneer for over twenty-five years, Patricia has been hosting and producing media programs and serving as a catalyst for creating positive change through programs that focus on the positive side of life. Patricia helps listeners turn their obstacles into opportunities and challenges into solutions to make their dreams come true through her renowned interviews with the "best of the best" motivational, spiritual, health, and self-improvement experts.
Over the past 25 years, Patricia has interviewed nearly 2,000 guests on her Patricia Raskin Positive Living™ television and radio programs and her programs have aired on Fox, PBS and NPR affiliates, WTKF, 107.3FM and Blog Talk Radio. Patricia has also authored two books, Success, Your Dream and You and Pathfinding: 7 Principles for Positive Living, in addition to writing nearly 700 newspaper columns and producing and hosting over 500 television shows and documentaries.
Raskin hosts and produces radio programs on air, on line and on demand - on terrestrial radio and one on the internet and was one of the first to create positive radio programs on the internet. As well as many local and regional experts, nationally renowned guests have included Dr. Maya Angelou, Marianne Williamson, Neal Donald Walsch, Marci Shimoff, Dr. John Gray, Byron Katie, Richard Bach, Dr. Andrew Weil, Debbie Ford, Arielle Ford, Lisa Nichols, Hale Dwoskin, Mark Victor Hansen, Jack Canfield, Dr. Memhet Oz, Lisa Oz, Joan Lunden, ABC Shark Tank's Kevin O'Leary, Dr. Jerry Jampolsky, Dr. John Bradshaw, Jane Seymour, Dr. Dean Ornish, Dr. Joe Dispenza, and Gail Sheehy. Raskin has interviewed talent, writers, producers and directors from upcoming Hallmark Channel's original movies including Ernest Borgnine, Elliot Gould, Patty Duke, Doris Roberts and Dean McDermott.
• Raskin's Patricia Raskin Positive Living show, in its eighth year, is heard on the Cumulus Broadcasting affiliate in Providence RI , News Talk 630 WPRO and streamed live on Saturdays at 3-6pm ET. This program has 15,000 guests per week and an estimated listening time of 1 hour, 15 min.
• Raskin's Patricia Raskin Positive Living internet radio program, online since 2002, is heard live on Mondays at 2PM ET/11AM PT and is archived on voiceamerica. http://www.voiceamerica.com/Show/1045
Bee imagery has always been meaningful and symbolic to Patricia. Her book Pathfinding: Seven Principles for Positive Living, and Success, Your Dream and You explains the metaphor: "Like the bee that draws nectar from deep inside the flower to make honey, Patricia Raskin is a catalyst who draws out the positive, life-enriching wisdom of others, and serves it up as enriching honey for your soul ... this book is a beehive of cross-pollination which transfers life experiences into food for thought—a honeycomb of strength, hope and positive action for these challenging times."
Join Patricia as she interviews Lisa Oz, married to Dr. Mehmet Oz for 25 years, award-winning host of "The Dr. Oz Show". Lisa is a producer, entrepreneur, mother of four children, host of “The Lisa Oz Show” on Sirius/XM, and the coauthor of six New York Times bestselling books, including the YOU: The Owner’s Manual series. And as it turns out, she knows more than a thing or two about relationships. Now available for the first time in paperback, she will discuss US: Transforming Ourselves and the Relationships that Matter Most.
She found her voice, audience in online radio
October 13, 2008
By Denise Perreault - PBN Staff Writer
Patricia Raskin always has been a pioneer. People laughed at her in 1982 when, as a teacher and guidance counselor living in Rockport, Mass., she began a public affairs show on what was then a new medium, cable television, to help viewers solve problems in their everyday lives.