Saturday, August 09, 2014
Health/Wellness/Life Balance, Personal Finance, Giving/Faith- an interview with TV celebrity, author and design expert- Kathy Petersen, entrepreneur-Marty Metro and author, columnist, and consultant- Lana Kim on Solutionz Live!
This episode is #71 of all time in the top 100 shows on Solutionz Live!
- Health/Wellness/Life Balance Kathy Petersen, TV celebrity, author and design expert on Lifetime's Balancing Act
-Personal Finance with Marty Metro, entrepreneur
-Giving/Faith with Lana Kim talking about her book White Pearl and I, a story of uncommon courage
-Show co-host Chris Bradshaw and I wrap up with our new, new bookclub
To listen to the show click HERE
Kathy Petersen's website is http://www.kathypeterson.com/
Marty Metro's website is http://martymetro.com/
Lana Kim's website is http://www.svetlanakim.com/
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