Norma Hollis speaks on “How You Can Unleash Your Creative Genius (and Get Paid for it!)” – Thurs., Oct. 23rd

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Norma T. Hollis is a prolific, multi-gifted, transformational artist who expresses herself as a trainer, speaker and coach. She channels her passionate belief in the human spirit into programs and practices that help people find, live and share the spirit that lives within. 
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As America’s Leading Authentic Voice Doctor®, Norma uses her unique gift of discovering practical application to complex ideas to bring new perspectives to challenges that face individuals, organizations and society as a whole. Her work builds healthy mindsets, expands purpose and creates practices that produce healthy, productive and authentic contributors to society.  
Norma’s interview airs 8:00am – Thursday, October 23rd 
Norma is one of the featured round table guests for Unleashing Your Creative Genius (and Get Paid for it!) hosted by artist and founder Rosine Kushnick.  To get instant access to tomorrow’s interview with Norma  –  Just click here tomorrow morning October 23rd after 8:00am.
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Complimentary Gifts for You!
Norma has a Complimentary Gift for you so be sure to tune in tomorrow.  Also, there are Gifts from previous round table guests available for you,  Norma’s interview will be available for 48 hours after it airs.  Just click here tomorrow morning October 23rd after 8:00am.
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‘Gye Nyame’ Adrinka (African) symbol means
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“Finding your Authentic Voice is like discovering buried treasure: the change is immediate and life-altering.”   – Norma T. Hollis
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Camille Mitchell
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Will you be enjoying a Norman Rockwell kind of Thanksgiving Dinner next month?

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Do you think you might have a Norman Rockwell kind of Thanksgiving family gathering this year?  If the answer is “No Way!”–you are not alone.
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While Norman Rockwell is known for his paintings on the cover of the Saturday Evening Post depicting idealistic and optimistic American family scenes; Norman Rockwell actually came from a dysfunctional family and he said he painted scenes of what he wished his family life could have been growing up.    
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American Chronicles:  The Art of Norman Rockwell exhibition toured the Detroit Institute of Arts in 2009.  It was an excellent exhibit with all of Mr. Rockwell’s Saturday Evening Post covers on displayed panning more than 50 years.
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The Four Freedoms is a series of four 1943 oil paintings by the American artist Norman Rockwell. The paintings—Freedom of Speech, Freedom of Worship, Freedom from Want, [photo below] and Freedom from Fear  The four freedoms refer to President Franklin D. Roosevelt‘s January 1941 Four Freedoms State of the Union address in which he identified essential human rights that should be universally protected.
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Repressed Emotions
Ang Lee, film director, screenwriter and producer Mr. Lee’s earlier films, such as The Wedding BanquetPushing Hands, and Eat Drink Man  Woman, explored the relationships and conflicts between tradition and modernity, Eastern and Western.
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Ang Lee also deals with repressed, hidden emotions in many of his academy award winning films, including Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon and Brokeback Mountain. Lee’s insight into the human heart has allowed his films to transcend cultural and linguistic barriers to speak to audiences all over the world
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​​Thanksgiving Dinner with the Peanuts Gang
(A few characters look a little out-of-sorts)
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“Get It Done: From Procrastination to Creative Genius in 15 Minutes a Day”

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Hello Entrepreneurs and Creative Class:
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If you are a night owl; then you will definitely benefit from entrepreneur and author Samantha Bennett’s round table discussion with host Rosine Kushnick. – 
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Samantha’s round table discussion will only be available till approximately 7am, Monday morning, October 20th.
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I sent out an e-mail a couple of days ago targeted for Artists; however, I know that Entrepreneurs are some of the most Creative individuals walking the planet. 
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Fortunately, Samantha is both and her round table is targeted for both.  Even if you don’t have time to watch before 7am (video is 45 min.) you will want to get her book.  See Navy highlighted text in body of e-mail which is edited from Ms. Kushnick full e-mail.
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Have a Fantastic Week!
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Camille
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From: Rosine Kushnick <rosine@goldenbeamoflight.com>
Date: Sat, Oct 18, 2014 at 8:01 AM
Subject: Get It Done -From Procrastination to Creative Genius
To: Camille Mitchell <ncm22portal@gmail.com>
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Hello Camille!
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Today we  have the great pleasure to invite Samantha Bennett to the Round Table. Samantha’s companies, www.TheOrganizedArtistCompany.com and www.TheOrganizedEntrepreneurCompany.com, are dedicated to helping creative people get unstuck from whatever way they’re stuck, especially by helping them focus and move forward on their goals.

Her latest book is the #1 bestseller, “Get It Done: From Procrastination to Creative Genius in 15 Minutes a Day,” (New World Library).
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This is a wonderful opportunity for us all to identify and clear out anything that we let get in our way of doing what we love to do, and what our soul needs us to do.
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In this interview you will learn:
  • How to actually get started and keep going!
  • How to make a super easy habit yield super results
  • How to forgive yourself for having ever procrastinated
Get instant access to today’s Interview- just click here. This interview will be available for free for 48 hours after it first airs. You can watch any time that works in your day.
And don’t forget, the entire interview series is available for download, simply click on the “Treasure Chest” button on the Treasure page.
Here’s to the blossoming of your Creative Life!
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Rosine
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Happy Sweetest Day!

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Sweetest Day: Third Saturday in October
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Now here is a day dedicated just for your sweetie. It exists as an opportunity for you to recognize that sweet and special someone. It doesn’t matter who that person is, or what their relation to you. They just have to be “sweet” in order to get a little recognition.

Sweetest Day is observed in Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Michigan,Minnesota, Nebraska, North Dakota, Ohio, South Dakota, Wisconsin, and areas of both New York and Pennsylvania west of the spine of the Appalachian Mountains.

Herbert Birch Kingston, a Cleveland, Ohio philanthropist and candy company employee started Sweetest Day. He wanted to bring happiness to orphans, shut-ins and under-privileged. His intent was to show these people that they were not forgotten.  In 1922, he started this holiday by giving candy and small gifts. He often used movie stars to distribute the gifts.

The popularity of this holiday quickly spread. Today,  it is celebrated with loved ones and friends. However, we encourage you to follow the intent of the original holiday, and find ways to give candy and small gifts to those in need.

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 Striped Pumpkin displays Autumn Flora
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No Crave Autumn Pumpkin Ideas 
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Happy Sweetest Day!
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Camille

Camille Mitchell

O-Courses, you don’t want to miss–Yes, that’s right O-Courses & Dr. Winfrey’s Harvard Commencement Speech

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Television extraordinaire Oprah Winfrey delivered the 2013 commencement speech to Harvard University on May 29, 2013 before receiving an Honorary Doctor of Laws Degree. It is a massive leap from her humble beginnings in Mississippi and the importance of the moment wasn’t lost on the billionaire. Her speech was one of the most important and inspirational commencement speeches I’ve heard.  Winfrey offered the graduating class vital lessons meant for them, but also viable in our own lives.
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Oprah Winfrey has several honorary doctorate degrees from prestigious universities; however, her honorary degree from Harvard University was a poignant moment for the iconic business mogul.
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Some of key points from the text follows below.  Dr. Winfrey’s speech in the 28 minute video below is not only inspiring and empowering; but also has clear steps on what do when you fall.
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Dr. Winfrey’s O-Courses were born out of Oprah’s Emmy award winning series;Oprah’s LifeClass. The O-Courses I have taken are some of the best and most beneficial courses I’ve ever taken. 
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 Oprah Winfrey delivered the commencement speech to Harvard University 

May 29, 2013
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Here are five of the most important Vital Life Lessons from Winfrey’s inspirational commencement speech–ones designed to “banish the darkness with light and seek positivity.”
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Max Out Your Humanity

Instead of accruing debt, Winfrey advised students to max out their humanity instead. She told the graduating class to “fulfill the highest, most truthful expression of yourself as a human being.” In doing this, the Oprah Winfrey Network owner encouraged students to come alive because the world needs us to be our full selves so we can evoke change.

“No matter what challenges or encounters you face, you will find true success and happiness if you have only one goal and that is this, to fulfill the highest most truthful expression of yourself as a human being. You want to max out your humanity by using your energy to lift yourself up, your family, and the people around you.”

Create Your Own Story

Winfrey’s words regarding the importance of being your own author are still resonating with me:

The challenge of life, I have found, is to build a resume that doesn’t simply tell a story about what you want to be, but it’s a story about who you want to be. It doesn’t just tell a story about what you want to be but why. A story that’s not just a collection of titles, and positions, but a story that’s really about your purpose. When you inevitably stumble and find yourself stuck in a hole, that is the story that will get you out. What is your true calling, what is your dharma, your true purpose.

Maya Angelou always says, “When you learn, teach. When you get, give.” That is what makes your story great.

You Will Fall, But Failure Doesn’t Exist

“It doesn’t matter how far you might rise, at some point you are bound to stumble. If you are constantly doing what we do, raising the bar, If you are constantly pushing yourself higher, the law of average predicts that you will at some point fall. When you do, remember this: there is no such thing as failure. Failure is just life trying to move us in another direction. When you are down there in the hole, it looks like failure.”

These words are especially important to Winfrey after OWN was deemed a failure in its first few quarters. She vowed not to speak at Harvard University until she turned the network around.

“What could I possibly say to Harvard graduates…at the very moment when I had stopped succeeding? So I went to the shower. It was either that or a bag of Oreos. I chose the shower.”

In the shower, the words of her favorite hymn comforted her: “Trouble don’t always last.” It inspired her to invest her energy into making OWN a success.

“So this past year, I had to spoon feed those words to myself. When you are down in the hole, it’s really okay to feel bad for a little while.  Give yourself time to mourn what you think you may have lost, but then learn from every mistake.  Every encounter and particularly your mistakes are there to teach you and force you to be more of who you are.”

Develop an Internal Compass

Oprah advised the class of 2013 to develop an internal “moral and emotional” GPS that will guide them through the troubling times. She said, “This is so important because when you inevitably stumble and find yourself stuck in a hole, that is the story that will get you out.”

We All Need to be Validated

Winfrey has conducted more than 35,000 interviews in her career and she’s noticed that all humans “want to be validated.” “We want to be understood.” Oprah recounted how even Beyoncé “in all her Beyoncé -ness” needs validation. “Even Beyoncé whispered ‘Was that okay?’—because that’s what everyone wants to know: Was that okay? Did you hear me? Did what I say mean anything to you?”

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Oprah Winfrey holds her Honorary Doctor of Laws Degree from Harvard University 

May 29, 2013

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“I’m always searching for great teachers. I love finding the next voice — who can spark big a-ha moments that will help you move closer to your best life.
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I’m thrilled to bring you an exciting fall catalog of teachers — and OCourses — here on Oprah.com. I believe they offer you wonderful tools to go deeper — in your own time, in your own space — to become the highest, best version of yourself.
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Already, millions of people have joined in. I want to invite you to browse this fall course catalog with more expert teachers — to help each of you write the new life story you want for yourself.
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Join me in this exciting OCourse work today.”
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Bonjour!
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Camille
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On October 26th….”One powerful concept in action will forever change your life”

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On October 26th
“One powerful concept in action will forever change your life”
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Iyanla Vanzant is the star of OWN’s critically acclaimed and award-winning series “Iyanla: Fix My Life” and is one of the most popular teachers on Oprah’s Lifeclass.”  She is a mother, survivor, attorney, prominent spiritual life coach, empowerment orator, minister and New York Times best-selling author whose focus on faith, personal development and loving relationships has captivated and inspired audiences around the world. In addition, Iyanla is a regular contributor to O, The Oprah Magazine and was featured in Ebony magazine’s 2013 Power 100 list.
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A prolific author, Ms. Vanzant has published 16 books, including an astounding five New York Times best-sellers, that have been translated into 23 languages and have sold millions of copies. Her most recent book on stands now, Forgiveness: 21 Days to Forgive Everyone for Everything. This fall, Iyanla will teach an innovative online course at  Oprah.com/Iyanla as she continues to lecture and facilitate workshops nationally and internationally. With her no-nonsense approach and underlying message of “live better by loving yourself,” Iyanla has ignited a universal spark of self-discovery.
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Malala Yousafzai and Kailash Satyarthi jointly awarded the 2014 Nobel Peace Prize

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Kailash Satyarthi. 60 from India and Malala Yousafzai, 17 from Pakistan have won the 2014 Nobel Peace Prize ‘for their struggle against oppression of young people and children’, says Nobel committee chairman Thorbjoern Jagland.  He says Satyarthi is honoured for his ‘personal courage’ in battling child exploitation and despite her youth, Malala has achieved much for teenage education in Pakistan and abroad.
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In India, Mr. Satyarthi, a former engineer, has long been associated with the struggle to free bonded laborers, some born into their condition and others lured into servitude. For decades, he has sought to rid India of child slavery and has liberated more than75,000 bonded and child laborers in the country.
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Mr. Satyarthia and Ms.Yousafzai are both highly deserving of the Nobel Peace Prize.  Please note much of the attention is on Malala who is better known world-wide and because she is the youngest person (teenager) to have ever been awarded the Nobel Peace Prize.
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In the video below you will find Malala’s address to the United Nations Youth Assembly in 2013 and a photo of her book, I Am Malala which was released October 2013.
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​Kailash Satyarthi and Malala Yousafzai 

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​Malala Yousafzai meets President Obama while First Lady Michelle
Obama and Malia Obama are inspired by Malala’s vision & courage 
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Malala Yousafzai raises her hands with some of the escaped 
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“Malala has already fought for several years for the right of girls to education and has shown by example that children and young people, too, can contribute to improving their own situations,”   Mr. Jagland said. “This she has done under the most dangerous circumstances. Through her heroic struggle, she has become a leading spokesperson for girls’ rights to education.”
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​Malala Yousafzai addresses Youth Assembly
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In many ways, Malala’s story has come to symbolize the trauma of modern Pakistan, as the nuclear-armed nation has struggled to reconcile the opposing forces of violent Islamism and those who envision a progressive, forward-facing future for their country.
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​Malala’s book released October 2013
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Congratulations!
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Camille

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