Most Recent Podcast Episodes
I regained consciousness, which was great, but shortly thereafter I realized I couldn’t move anything from my neck down. I couldn’t wiggle a finger. Myelin Sheath researcher Bob Gould explains his research and his own spinal cord injury that damaged his myelin sheath. Apple Podcast Google Podcast iHeart Radiohttps://open.spotify.com/show/1Ny6zeRjCsFDPfC0dszItu Spotify Learn more about Myelin Sheath…Read More
Ian Shive is becoming one of the most published nature photographers in the world. He profiles nature through documentary storytelling of our natural environment. He knows that a great story is the journey. His voice in this greater environmental story is one of hope, inspiration and knowledge while not ignoring the challenges nature faces.…Read More
Over a decade ago Ugochi Onyewu read an article from UNESCO which is The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization. The article listed languages that will be extinct by 2050. Ugochi Onyewu is proud to be Nigerian. Unfortunately the language of Igbo is on this list. Ugochi is Igbo. The Igbo culture is…Read More
Pat Helmers is an international business consultant, technology startup coach and podcast producer. His philosophy is the more you serve the world, the more it will serve you. It’s an infinite positive imprint. He is author of the Selling with Confidence sales system, host of the award winning Sales Babble sales podcast. But…Read More
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O que mais me agrada e me faz ser sua amiga, Catarina, é a maneira como você vê o mundo, como se fosse uma extensão do seu quintal. Você tem vontade de abraçar a todos e sua alegria, sinceridade e amor me cativaram.
Translation: What I like the most about being your friend, Catherine, is the way you see the world, as an extension of your backyard. You feel like hugging everyone and your happiness, truth and love captivated me for life.
Dagmar de Morais
São Paulo, Brasil
Hello! I am Catherine Praiswater and I am your host.
I am philosophical but also sentimental. Growing up, life was spent in the outdoors camping, hiking, backpacking, traveling, fishing and singing songs around the campfire. Often times my family and I were alone in the wilderness, except for the wildlife. My parents told both true and imaginative stories which taught us children about life. As a result, I enjoy telling stories and listening to them.
My husband and I meet many people all over the world who share with us their positive actions. Join me in listening to these achievements and perhaps reflect on your own positive imprint.
My podcast differs than most in that when I am able I will record conversations on-site. I carry my recording equipment with me so I can capture surrounding sounds. As you listen to some of the dialog exchange you can hear resonances of bird calls, ocean surf, airport announcements, animal calls, etc. Many episodes are also recorded in my sound studio.
Your friends, your neighbors, your colleagues, your family, and people you don't know influence society. These are their stories, their positive imprints. What's your P.I.?
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