Kim Jensen calls in to talk about her newest collection of poetry, Bread Alone. Naomi Shihab Nye has said of her work, “Kim Jensen’s poems are searing and spare. They will haunt you and stretch your vision. You won’t be the same person after reading them that you were before. More information about Bread Alone can be found at www.kimjensen.org:http://www.kimjensen.org.
In the second half, Anne Stratton calls in to talk about her debut novel Buried Heart, a tale of romantic suspense that takes place in Milwaukee and in a archeological ruin in the Mayan rain forest.
Remember a time when you felt ready? In all likelihood there were many unknowns, change was occurring. Yet despite the pressure, or unexpected setbacks, you were inclined to do something: to take action! What would it be worth to you as a leader to heighten your — and your organization’s ability to deal with change more effectively, more consistently and more rapidly?
John Baker talked with Kinshasha about how to win more often in our lives and how to prepare for the variables that accompany everything we are doing in our lives.