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August 22, 2012 – Pay it Forward – Debby Peterman

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We delve into many topics that touch my heart.  I know our listeners will connect and have fun, at the same time, becoming more educated about the needs of our community and be INSPIRED to make their own contribution!”.
– Kim Arellano –

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We delve into many topics that touch my heart.  I know our listeners will connect and have fun, at the same time, becoming more educated about the needs of our community and be INSPIRED to make their own contribution!”.
– Kim Arellano –

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Do you have a mission driven organization, or know one that would love to be featured? 

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We delve into many topics that touch my heart.  I know our listeners will connect and have fun, at the same time, becoming more educated about the needs of our community and be INSPIRED to make their own contribution!”.
– Kim Arellano –

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“This show is my social responsibility commitment to my community.  We delve into many topics that touch my heart.  I know our listeners  connect, have fun, and become more aware about the needs of our community.  Our goal is to INSPIRE our audience to make their own unique contribution to the world!.

I believe that individuals are capable of incredible insight and thought. Much of what we learn in traditional Western society focuses on the intellectual understanding of our environments. Underneath the surface, our emotional and instinctual brain is alive and contributing to the human dynamic relationships we have with others and ourselves. Through listening and talking with others, we can begin to understand the different triggers and clues within our own psyches that can help navigate difficult problems and situations”.  – Kim Arellano –

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Do you have a mission driven organization, or know one that would love to be featured? 

Are you a for-profit organization that wants to get your message out to our listeners and become a sponsor?

“This show is my social responsibility commitment to my community.  We delve into many topics that touch my heart.  I know our listeners  connect, have fun, and become more aware about the needs of our community.  Our goal is to INSPIRE our audience to make their own unique contribution to the world!.

I believe that individuals are capable of incredible insight and thought. Much of what we learn in traditional Western society focuses on the intellectual understanding of our environments. Underneath the surface, our emotional and instinctual brain is alive and contributing to the human dynamic relationships we have with others and ourselves. Through listening and talking with others, we can begin to understand the different triggers and clues within our own psyches that can help navigate difficult problems and situations”.  – Kim Arellano –

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“This show is my social responsibility commitment to my community.  We delve into many topics that touch my heart.  I know our listeners  connect, have fun, and become more aware about the needs of our community.  Our goal is to INSPIRE our audience to make their own unique contribution to the world!

I believe that individuals are capable of incredible insight and thought. Much of what we learn in traditional Western society focuses on the intellectual understanding of our environments. Underneath the surface, our emotional and instinctual brain is alive and contributing to the human dynamic relationships we have with others and ourselves. Through listening and talking with others, we can begin to understand the different triggers and clues within our own psyches that can help navigate difficult problems and situations”.  – Kim Arellano –

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Do you have a mission driven organization, or know one that would love to be featured? 

Are you a for-profit organization that wants to get your message out to our listeners and become a sponsor?

“This show is my social responsibility commitment to my community.  We delve into many topics that touch my heart.  I know our listeners  connect, have fun, and become more aware about the needs of our community.  Our goal is to INSPIRE our audience to make their own unique contribution to the world!

I believe that individuals are capable of incredible insight and thought. Much of what we learn in traditional Western society focuses on the intellectual understanding of our environments. Underneath the surface, our emotional and instinctual brain is alive and contributing to the human dynamic relationships we have with others and ourselves. Through listening and talking with others, we can begin to understand the different triggers and clues within our own psyches that can help navigate difficult problems and situations”.  – Kim Arellano –

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“This show is my personal social responsibility commitment to the community.  We delve into many topics that touch my heart.  I know our listeners  connect, have fun, and become more aware about the needs of our community.  Our goal is to INSPIRE our audience to make their own unique contribution to the world!

I believe that individuals are capable of incredible insight and thought. Much of what we learn in traditional Western society focuses on the intellectual understanding of our environments. Underneath the surface, our emotional and instinctual brain is alive and contributing to the human dynamic relationships we have with others and ourselves. Through listening and talking with others, we can begin to understand the different triggers and clues within our own psyches that can help navigate difficult problems and situations”.  – Kim Arellano –

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“This show is my personal social responsibility commitment to the community.  We delve into many topics that touch my heart.  I know our listeners connect, have fun, and become more aware about the needs of our community.  Our goal is to INSPIRE our audience to make their own unique contribution to the world!

I believe that individuals are capable of incredible insight and thought. Much of what we learn in traditional Western society focuses on the intellectual understanding of our environments. Underneath the surface, our emotional and instinctual brain is alive and contributing to the human dynamic relationships we have with others and ourselves. Through listening and talking with others, we can begin to understand the different triggers and clues within our own psyches that can help navigate difficult problems and situations”.  – Kim Arellano –

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“This show is my personal social responsibility commitment to the community.  We delve into many topics that touch my heart.  I know our listeners connect, have fun, and become more aware about the needs of our community.  Our goal is to INSPIRE our audience to make their own unique contribution to the world!

I believe that individuals are capable of incredible insight and thought. Much of what we learn in traditional Western society focuses on the intellectual understanding of our environments. Underneath the surface, our emotional and instinctual brain is alive and contributing to the human dynamic relationships we have with others and ourselves. Through listening and talking with others, we can begin to understand the different triggers and clues within our own psyches that can help navigate difficult problems and situations”.  – Kim Arellano –

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Do you have a mission driven organization, or know one that would love to be featured? 

Are you a for-profit organization that wants to get your message out to our listeners and become a sponsor?

“This show is my personal social responsibility commitment to the community.  We delve into many topics that touch my heart.  I know our listeners connect, have fun, and become more aware about the needs of our community.  Our goal is to INSPIRE our audience to make their own unique contribution to the world!

I believe that individuals are capable of incredible insight and thought. Much of what we learn in traditional Western society focuses on the intellectual understanding of our environments. Underneath the surface, our emotional and instinctual brain is alive and contributing to the human dynamic relationships we have with others and ourselves. Through listening and talking with others, we can begin to understand the different triggers and clues within our own psyches that can help navigate difficult problems and situations”.  – Kim Arellano –

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Are you a for-profit organization that wants to get your message out to our listeners and become a sponsor?

“This show is my personal social responsibility commitment to the community.  We delve into many topics that touch my heart.  I know our listeners connect, have fun, and become more aware about the needs of our community.  Our goal is to INSPIRE our audience to make their own unique contribution to the world!

I believe that individuals are capable of incredible insight and thought. Much of what we learn in traditional Western society focuses on the intellectual understanding of our environments. Underneath the surface, our emotional and instinctual brain is alive and contributing to the human dynamic relationships we have with others and ourselves. Through listening and talking with others, we can begin to understand the different triggers and clues within our own psyches that can help navigate difficult problems and situations”.  – Kim Arellano –

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Have you ever been in line for coffee and the person before you paid for your coffee? Ever had a stranger anonymously pick up your tab in a restaurant before? Has a neighbor randomly brought you cookies and a smile? Better yet, have you done any of these things for someone else?

This week’s show is all about paying it forward, doing good for others without expecting return. The Snoqualmie Valley Women in Business is hosting Pay it Forward week from October 14th-October 21st and is involving schools, churches, businesses, and most importantly, individuals. “PIF” cards will be distributed throughout the Snoqualmie Valley and will be passed along as citizens perform random acts of kindness for one another. There will be a kick off movie event on October 10th at the North Bend Theatre for those ready to jump into the spirit of “piffing” one another!

Our wonderful host, Kim Arellano, also took some time to share her experience assisting those affected by the Taylor Bridge fire. Hear how she rallied support in her community and ventured East to deliver supplies – in short, hear how she is walking the talk!

August 8, 2012 – Rancha Laguna – Tina Laguna

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How far would you be willing to go for an animal in need? At Rancho Laguna’s HEART, Tina Laguna spares no hardship for her rescue horses. Rancho Laguna takes in horses that are in need of rehabilitation and some TLC to come back up to speed after experiencing devastating situations. These horses then work in tandem with counselors in helping their patients overcome their challenges. There are many unique volunteer and donation opportunities with this amazing and giving organization! Check out www.rancholaguna.com for more information!

You’ve heard about Baby Boomers, Generation X, and perhaps the Millennials… how about Generation Z? Kim interviews a wonderful panel of Gen-Z kids and they discuss topics such as: 9/11, paying it forward, community, volunteering, and more! There is no way to convey in words the wonderful things these kids had to say, you’re going to have to listen for yourself! You just may be surprised by how wise these 7-10 year olds are!

August 1, 2012 – Liberty Road Foundation – John Dammarell

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We all know that there are incredible mission driven organizations out there in the world, and most of us are aware that there are companies that have the desire to help these organizations. Liberty Road Foundation is there to bridge the gap between organizations and companies! This truly win-win, non-profit for non-profits group helps connect business with non-profits who benefit from such relationships. One of their first companies they helped was on the verge of bankruptcy and looking at a downward slope. After engaging with Liberty Road Foundation, this company had an astounding turn-around that showcased how transformational volunteering can be for employees, and as a result, the companies. Liberty Road Foundation teams up with organizations such as Olive Crest, Jubilee Reach, and New Horizons.

Liberty Road Foundation hosts Business Leaders Breakfasts every two weeks and they welcome newcomers! The next Breakfast is Tuesday the 7th of August at the Sheraton in Bellevue from 7:30-8:30am.

On August 14th, Liberty Road Foundation is hosting their annual Golf and Auction tournament in Newcastle! Have a team? Want to compete? Fancy attending an auction to benefit a great group? Check it out! www.lrfcharityevent.com

To learn more about Liberty Road Foundation, what they do, and how you can get involved, visit www.libertyroadfoundation.org

July 25, 2012 – Pearson Law Hour – Michele Pearson

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This month on Pearson Law Hour, Michele, Eric, and Lindsay discuss the film “Hot Coffee,” ethics, and end of life documents. Do you know the four types of end of life documents and what they do? This show is an excellent resource to find out what they are, and a great brush up for those who have the general understanding! Don’t miss out on this Pearson Law Hour, presented by Walk the Talk with Kim.

July 18, 2012 – Footloose Sailing – Bob Ewing

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When faced with a difficult or life-changing trial, there are those who curl up and hide to protect themselves. Then, there are those like Bob Ewing of Footloose Sailing who chose to make the best of the situation, and then some! Following an accident after he graduated from college, Bob found himself looking at the world in a little bit of a different way. Bob has been with Footloose Sailing from the very start and is now one of eleven board members of the organization.

Footloose offers sailing trips to those with disabilities of all types. These trips give sailors the opportunity to leave their disability at the dock and feel on top of the world as they enjoy the open water. Participants are given three options: sit back and enjoy the ride, help out as much as comfort allows, or start learning how to operate the vessel. This wonderful gift Footloose gives to its participants is truly life changing.

Footloose currently operates on less than $20,000 a year and offers classes at about $15/trip. However, this $15 can be too much for deserving participants. If you are interested in setting up a scholarship with Footloose or would like to volunteer on their trips, reach out!

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July 11, 2012 – Women Sounders – Stephanie Cox

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This week we were incredibly excited to have Stephanie Cox from the Seattle Women Sounders. Stephanie plays as a defender for the Seattle team and was in the fierce competition for the US Women’s team for the 2012 Olympics. Even though she didn’t make the cut, she wants to show girls and young athletes not to give up when faced with a road block – she’s walking the talk!

Stephanie works with the Tacoma Kids for Christ and serves as a stunning role model within the organization. She also recently went to Phoenix, Arizona to work with foster kids at camp. Stephanie is a wonderful example for young women everywhere as she works to accomplish her dreams while continually raising the bar for herself, in addition to giving back to her community in ways that satisfy her passion.

Check out the Tacoma Kids for Christ and see how you can join Stephanie and lend a helping hand!

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June 20, 2012 – ACRS – Owen Lei

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I’m thinking of an organization that caters to thousands of clients a year, serves clients in over forty different languages, and offers “culturally confident care.” Do you know who it is? After you listen to this episode of Walk the Talk with Kim you will! The Asian Counseling and Referral Service (ACRS) was founded in 1973 when attention was brought to misdiagnoses in Asian immigrants in regards to behavioral health. ACRS has grown beyond the initial spark and now offers a food bank, and community support through activities and fun classes that provide a spirit lift for various cultures.

The ACRS food bank is unique in the fact that it offers foods that are staples in various cultures. The extra mile volunteers go truly make a difference to those they service. Through this specialization, clients gain comfort through “their food,” comfort that may be lacking in other aspects of their lives. This food bank is open Mondays and Wednesdays in China Town in Seattle.

Saturday, June 30th brings an exciting event for those at the food bank of ACRS. The Walk for Rice will be taking place in Seward Park. Walk for Rice is the only fundraiser for the year, and it allows the organization to purchase their culturally appropriate supplies and foods. They estimate about 1000 walkers will turn up… will you be number 1001? 8:00am marks the beginning of registration, 9:00am cues the start of the festivities, and 10:00am kicks off the walk. Monetary donations and donations of food are welcome!

Visit www.walkforrice.org to learn more about the fundraiser on June 30th. To learn more about ACRS and their services, visit www.acrs.org. If you are interested in utilizing services or would like to volunteer, call 206-695-7600.

June 13, 2012 – CCFA and Team Challenge – Cody Geddes and Jackie Miller

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Do you or someone you know suffer from an Irritable Bowel Disease like Crohn’s or Colitis? If so, this is just the episode for you! Cody Geddes and Jackie Miller joined us from the Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation of America’s Team Challenge. Team Challenge is composed of a group of people who get together, get in shape, get motivated, and go run a half marathon to raise funds for research projects. You don’t have to have an IBD to participate either; you just need that desire to walk the talk!

CCFA offers a wonderful community to those suffering from an IBD. CCFA provides information and education sessions and puts on Camp Oasis for children with an IBD. In addition to Team Challenge, you can participate in the annual Take Steps, Be Heard fundraising walk. For more information about these events, log on to www.ccfa.org.

Team Challenge is currently recruiting for the Rock and Roll Marathon in Vegas! You can join Walk the Talk with Kim’s Media Producer, Lindsay Masters, as she cruises down the Vegas strip on December 2nd. Here’s how you can get involved and sign up for an info session:

For Seattle:

http://www.ccteamchallenge.org/Teams/Northwest_Chapter.htm

Email Jackie Miller at [email protected]

For Tacoma:

http://www.ccteamchallenge.org/Teams/Northwest_-_Tacoma.htm

Email Cody Geddes at [email protected]

Don’t forget

to join Jackie for the Bal Mar Event night for Team Challenge Tri on June 22nd from 7:30-10:00pm. If you mention that you heard about the event through Walk the Talk with Kim, your $10 donation will go toward Lindsay and her fundraising efforts! Visit the event Facebook page for more details: http://www.facebook.com/events/361631017236812/

Helen Thayer – June 6th, 2012

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Helen Thayer began hiking and climbing at age 9, was a luge champion for the United States, is the first woman to have walked to the Magnetic North Pole, lived with a wolf pack for a year, walked 900 miles in the Sahara Desert this last year, and is planning a trip to Northeast Ethiopia for October of this year – at age 74! Helen has taken these expeditions and turned them into learning opportunities for children through her program Adventure Classroom, which helps raise awareness of cultural differences in the classroom. She also has been a photographer, lecturer, and guide for National Geographic! Helen believes that “age is no barrier of our dreams,” and you can be sure that she walks the talk. When asked why those who live in such trying environments, Helen told us “They’re at peace with themselves; they’re one with the world and their environment… and they do a lot better than we do in many ways.”

Learn more about Helen Thayer and her incredible life in these different ways:

Websites

www.helenthayer.com

www.adventureclassroom.org

Books

– Polar Dream

– Three Among the Wolves

– Walking the Gobi

Want to hear Helen speak in your classroom, to your office, or organization? Contact her at [email protected]!

May 23, 2012 Outdoor Adventures on Walk the Talk with Kim

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Luke Talbott from Compass Outdoor Adventures put on a pair of headphones with us in the studio this week as we talked about his exciting organizations. A teacher of ten years, Luke decided that kids weren’t being challenged enough, they weren’t able to fail in a safe and constructive environment, so he created Compass Outdoor Adventures to give kids that chance. We discussed the problems with bubble wrapping out children versus letting them fail and learn with grace and support. As Luke told us, “You have to have the ability to fall.”

Compass Outdoor Adventures is offering kids camps this summer where the kid to supervisor ratio is 12:2! Spots are filling up quick though so register your kids now! Go to www.compassoutdoor.org to learn more and register your young ones. Do YOU want to go play in the mud, search for Geocaches, and feel like a ten-year old again? Luke organizes corporate events! Visit the Compass Outdoor website or email him at [email protected] Make sure you “like” Compass Outdoor Adventures on facebook at www.Facebook.com/CompassOutdoor to stay in the loop with the latest and greatest from this amazing organization!

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