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Cody Lundin be Prepared for any Kind of Disaster

codyhellDo you have what it takes to survive fear, panic, and the biggest outdoor killers? What about when disasters strikes? Mother Nature is a powerful predator and if you do not watch your back she can creep up on you and send you to an early grave.

Kim Ward and Garth Sandiford had the chance to sit down and tap into the mind of one of the world’s leading survival experts, Cody Lundin. He is an author of two survival books, has a survival school, a show on

codys school

Aboriginal Living Skills School

Discovery Channel and has over twenty years’ experience in survival.

He has walked the earth barefoot and lives for the belief that the more you know the less you need, Cody is ready for disaster, but are you? Listen to our special interview and learn what it takes to survive any situation. This is one show you cannot afford to miss.

You can learn more about Cody here

Chattin In Manhattan! Empowering You For a Successful Life!

You have seen him on his current Discovery Channel TV Show, Survival isn’t about being

physically fit, it’s about being smart. Cody also has a survival school where he teaches people what it takes to survive in the wilderness or in the event of a disaster.


Bob Paff On Communicating To Win

Bob Paff’s message of inspiration, motivation and empowerment has reached a diverse list of prominent institutions such as Johns Hopkins University Hospital, PNC Bank and the Boy Scouts of America as well as sharing the stage with New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani and Dr. Ben Carson as the Master of Ceremonies and face of the Small Business Survival Summit in

Rudy Guilianiand & Bob Paff

Rudy Guilianiand & Bob Paff


His strategy of empowerment is unique in the industry and he is here to tonight to teach us how to communicate and win in every area of your life. Prepare to be empowered and get the job, life and love you want.

Tue, June 5, 2012 10:00PM

Pamela Bitterman – Lost at Sea

Tonight we welcome author of the book “Sailing to the Far Horizon” Pamela Sailing into the far horizonBitterman. Her story of survival lost at sea is a testament to human will and she is sure to inspire you to the core.

Pamela Bitterman recounts her story of her beloved ship and what happened in the middle of a dark night that changed everything. She talks about what it was like to be lost at sea for 7 days with no food in damaged life rafts surrounded by sharks and her experience with her sea mates, up until the unexplained miraculous rescue by a Russian fishing ship that was off course.

Date / Time: 5/15/2012 10:00 PM Eastern

Stand Up and Be Noticed with Kelly Swanson


Put your hands together and get ready to have a good time, because tonight we welcome

Kelly Swanson

the inspiring and comedic Kelly Swanson. Tune in and learn how to get motivated in your life using the basic drive we all have inside.

Can’t find yours? No worries, Kelly is in the house and ready to help launch you into a different dimension of success with her powerful personality. This is going to be a fun show!

Date / Time: 5/08/2012 10:00 PM Eastern

Meeli Koiva From Nothing to Something

World famous artist Meeli Koiva, who also uses artist name Mery Crystal Ra, is a glass 

and lighting artist and painter.

Meeli Koiva

Meeli Koiva

Meel Koiva has been examining the possibilities of combining glass and light to extraordinary pieces of artwork already over 25 years, thus being a pioneer in the area. She has created her highly innovative work of art in the Europe and in the USA for private residences and public buildings.

Her last years most famous innovative glass-light sculptures were created for European Parliament main building exhibition in Brussels, Belgium 2006 and Glaston Corporation headquarters in Finland, Tampere 2009.

On this show host Garth Sandiford enters into Meeli’s world to discover what inspires her to create her amazing works of Glass Art, uncover the challenges she has faced and what’s next for her.

Date / Time: Saturday April 28th, 2012 1:00 PM Eastern


Meeli Kõiva-Vällo is a glass and lighting artist whose work mainly consists of various light objects that vivify interiors in an original way with the combined effect of glass and light. An innovator who employs a range of materials, using graphics, color and light, Kõiva enjoys the process of drawing, painting and continuously developing her techniques in the field of lighting. Over the past ten years, Kõiva has been active and successful in Estonia and Finland, as well as the US. She has also recently started projects in Frankfurt and Brussels, although the main emphasis still lies on Seattle.

Deliberately ahead of her time, she experiments with things that, in a sense, have not been done yet, and this is exciting. The trend toward scientific innovation introduces a new layer of feeling that helps to develop her ideas.
In addition to being creatively fulfilling, these studies have a rational purpose.

Meeli Kõiva- Vällo has participated in exhibitions and conferences in Sweden, Finland, Belgium and the US.
She has designed monuments and illuminated sculptures for public buildings and for private houses in Estonia, Finland, Sweden, Belgium and the US:
Composition of quartz “”Tele-echo”” at the Tallinn TV Tower
Four stained glass windows “”Scratching Horizon”” in the Port of Tallinn management building
Stained glass compositions “”Direction”” I-V at Eesti Tööstuspank, Tallinn
Stained glass compositions “”Fiir””, Supreme Court of Estonia, Tartu
Watercolor series at the Estonian Consulate in New York, USA.
Stained glass, at Stockholm’s Brussels mission, Belgium
Stained glass, at glass companie Karhinen OY, Finland

Her most recent impressive monumental glass sculpture was from February 2006 — the glass and light installation “”Reactive River””, located at European Parliament in Brussels. Kõiva demonstrated a 15-meter long glass installation, in association with innovative light fluxion and an abstract video made by the artist, which supported the composition of glass and light. A musical composition was written by Margo Kõlar specially for the installation.