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Evanston, USA
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Wed Jan 25 2017 at 02:30 pm EDT
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On Learn It Live Since:
Saturday Aug 11, 2012
Ronit is passionate to heal many wounded soul, offer them an opportunity to turn their pain into their purpose. She did exactly that as she overcome depression and discover that her life were not in alignment with her soul truth. The path of healing was revealed to Ronit as she had followed the yellow brick road to seek her own soul truth. Her road signs where the geographical magazines she read as a child that uncovers her passion to learn and connect with people around the world to expand her life beyond the Jewish life In Israel. Ronit's own discovery of her soul truth empowers her to take people on a journey of "self" discovery to the kingdom of Oz. Everyone who arrives to OZ would create a new life that authentically would align with their soul truth. Ronit complied and published her book "Walking in the Footsteps of the Masters' trailing the footsteps of the Masters to the "kingdom of Oz."
Diane Randall, MA iWhole Living Consultant, inspiring Wellness Teacher and host of the internationally acclaimed podcast, Balanced Living for Busy Professionals. Diane works alongside busy professionals teaching inner tools and strategies to help them create the life they truly love.
Award-winning professor and journalist, Dr. Sybril Bennett, wins the USA Book News Award for multicultural non-fiction. USA Book News.com is the premier online magazine featuring mainstream and independent publishing houses. Recently, she was a featured speaker on the international stage at the Web Summit in Dublin, Ireland. The Web Summit is a global conference where the world’s leading thinkers and doers in technology. Bennett, affectionately known as “Dr. Syb,”shared the significant research she has tackled demonstrating today’s Internet parallels with the early 19th century slave escape routes of the Underground Railroad (UGRR). In her latest book “Innovate: Lessons from the Underground Railroad,” Bennett explains how the Underground Railroad is among the most effective, disruptive and innovative networks in American history, and compares it to the Internet by establishing how the past and the present virtually collide to create the future in real time. “When you think about the ingenuity that went into creating such an organized network of movement and communication during the time of the Underground Railroad and you compare that same concept to how individuals move and share information through the Internet, the comparisons are too obvious to ignore,” Bennett said. “This book reveals how both platforms serve as avenues for expression of freedom, justice and equality whether networking through portals and links to branding and ownership.” Bennett is a Vanderbilt-educated, Harvard-trained, two-time Emmy award-winning journalist with professional experience in the traditional and social media fields spanning more than 20 years. She is currently a professor of Journalism at Belmont University in Nashville. Bennett’s many accomplishments and honors, includes being named recipient of the International Association of Business Communicator’s “EXCEL Award,” which recognizes individuals who exhibit leadership in fostering excellence in communication. Specialties:Facilitating Change, Multimedia Strategist & Visionary, On-Air Anchor/Reporter/Talk Show Host/Keynote Speaker, Facilitator, Consultant, Blogger, Producer, Writer, Author and more.