Saturday 18th November 2017,
Inspired Girl

My Interview on Artistically Speaking Radio- Passion, Failure, Fear, Success, & Fun!

As you may recall, in October I teamed up with Enchanted Makeovers, the Cre8tive Sisterhood, and Kenmare School at the York Street Project for a retreat weekend in Jersey City.

I met so many inspiring women, including Rebecca Parsons and Lyna Farkas. Both are part of the Cre8tive Sisterhood, amazing artists, and hosts of Artistically Speaking/Cre8tive Compass Radio Show.

Last night, I had the pleasure of being a guest on their radio show. We talked about everything from passion to failure to fear to faith, how I define success & balance, and why I take a “No Excuses!” attitude with myself.  We had a whole lot of fun, too!  Here’s the replay:

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  1. Judie Crawford January 13, 2011 at 8:58 pm

    Dear jennifer,
    I enjoyed your interview with Rebecca. I’m interested in finding out more about your “Soaring Program” When you spoke about being overweight and what you were going through it made me think of my granddaughter Krisina age 20. She is going to college in the Atlanta area, and has lived In Ankra, Turkey and just left living in Dubai. She has gained over 125 pounds in the last two years. She has had a blessed life as we see it but that does not always bring happiness, as you know. My daughter and son in law have been most loving, caring and understanding BUT they can’t get Kristina to get healthy. Doctor’s wellness programs, diet programs even having the opportunity to have surgery (which she will not even think of). They have tried EVERYTHING to guide and help her to get herself inside and outside healthy and happy. That is why I would like to know about your Soaring Program if I feel this is something that Kristina might and I mean might be interested in I would love to give it a chance if she agreed. It’s up to her and only her but as a Grandmother I can’t stop trying. My daughter either BUT until she wants to do something others can’t help at all. That is my feeling I could be all wrong. Please let me know what you think. Continued Success! Bless you and yours. Thank you Judie

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