Monthly Archives: March 2017

The Goddess Within: International Recording Artist Heather Schmid



Heather Schmid has proven herself a tour de force in the entertainment arena.  With aplomb, she has transcended entertainment lines as a lyricist, television host, spokesperson, philanthropist, and singer. Her versatility has propelled her into the celebrity stratosphere as an entertainment music diplomat.

Heather Schmid has enchanted audiences throughout the world, headlining on stages in Europe, Asia, and North America.  She has played to audiences of tens of thousands strong in various public fora.  She has also played to small, private audiences including such world dignitaries as the President of Pakistan, Benazier Bhutto and Queen Noor.  She has traveled abroad extensively to promote her albums, The Goddess Within, and The Goddess Awaits.  Additionally, Heather has appeared on television both in the United States and internationally.  Heather’s television show on CCTV News, entitled, “The Ambassador”, has garnered over two hundred million viewers.

www.heatherschmid.com


Award Winning New York Photographer Peter Alessandria Shares His Secret To Success



In 2009, after the Global Financial Crisis wiped out Peter Alessandria’s law business. He decided to give up being an attorney in order to do what he loved: photography. Since making this life changing decision Peter has won 41 awards and his work has been published nationally and internationally. I love Peter’s message that he shares with people on trying to achieve success is that for every award he has won, there have been 10 rejections, failures and disappointments.

Peter has some great insight on how to pursue your dreams even when the road is a bit rocky.

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I Promise Not To Tell: Raising A Transgender Child



Together, Cheryl and her husband raised their children telling them: “You can be anything and do anything you want in life.” They just never expected to learn that what their youngest daughter desired most was to be a boy. This deeply personal story, told from Mom’s perspective is about discovering the son they never knew they had.