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Columbia, South Carolina - December 24, 2009 - This year marks singer-songwriter Cathy Bolton's 17th of earning income as a musician. Though she determined at a young age that music is her "divine purpose for being," one that brings joy to others, she has additionally learned that it's possible to earn a living through this creativity.  

Cathy knew as a six-year-old that music was her gift, that it touched people's hearts and lives no matter their gender, race, language, or life situation. Solo performances at mini-concerts, weddings, and memorials began her musical career, and by 19, she was regularly performing with pop/rock and country/rock groups.

Her first self-produced album debuted in 1993, and since, she has released additional albums and expanded her performance repertoire, all while building a family. Two of her songs were selected for a Windham Hill/BMG album called Conversations with God - Disc 2, which also featured famed recording artists Yanni, George Winston, and Jim Brickman.

Today, Bolton travels the world delivering music, stories and laughter that inspire. She serves as Music Director for the Conversations with God Foundation and has worked for the past 12 years with author Neale Donald Walsch, who says, "The joy, love, gentle wisdom, and deep insight that Cathy and her music bring to the space produces the miracle called healing. I'm always humbled and inspired by her."
Cathy Bolton will join the Tuck Talk radio show Monday, December 28 to share inspiring stories of her journey toward "singing the song of her soul." Listeners with questions are encouraged to call in.

Hosted by Tuck Self, Tuck Talk broadcasts live every Monday evening at 6:00pm Eastern / 3:00pm Pacific on VoiceAmerica™ and the Modavox network of channels. This Internet radio group generates close to 3 million unique visitors on a monthly basis and continues to grow. Each segment rebroadcasts 12 hours later and is archived for on-demand listening. Listeners may tune in at www.TuckTalk.com to listen live. 
Columbia, South Carolina - December 17, 2009 - Albert Einstein said, "You cannot solve a problem with the same mind that created it." What does this have to do with healing?
According to Dr. Michael Ryce, founder and director of Heartland, a self-healing center in the Ozarks, effective tools for self-correction -- coupled with a willingness to actually use them -- are critical to healing and encouraging desired changes in relationships, health, or finances. With the right tools, healing not only will occur, but also will create a responsible, blame-free wisdom and empowerment. Dr. Ryce suggests, "Healing starts with a 'renewing of the mind.' Though these ideas may at first sound crazy or impossible, thousands have healed themselves with the use of these tools."

With a background in electronics, business, and theology, Dr. Michael Ryce also serves as Director of the Khabouris Manuscript Foundation and is currently editing translation work from the Manuscript. His forthcoming book based on the Khabouris, The End of Suffering, Resurrecting the Original Aramaic Y'Shua, follows up his best-selling Why is This Happening to Me... AGAIN?!, which has been translated into six languages.

Dr. Ryce will join the Tuck Talk radio show Monday, December 21 to share his philosophies on forgiveness and self-healing. Listeners with questions about manifestation, overcoming patterns, and healing are encouraged to call in.

Hosted by Tuck Self, Tuck Talk broadcasts live every Monday evening at 6:00pm Eastern / 3:00pm Pacific on VoiceAmerica™ and the Modavox network of channels. This Internet radio group generates close to 3 million unique visitors on a monthly basis and continues to grow. Each segment rebroadcasts 12 hours later and is archived for on-demand listening. Listeners may tune in at www.TuckTalk.com to listen live.
Columbia, South Carolina - December 9, 2009 - With nearly three decades of professional stage experience to her credit, Sibyl English is a seasoned performer.

The North Carolina native began singing in from of audiences at age three and won her first talent contest at age five. After attending college on a full vocal scholarship, she starred in the off-Broadway sensation A Good Man is Hard to Find for four years. Additional national stage and musical productions followed, but her most personal work is self-produced music. Her new album, Love Comes Softly, serves as testament of love and affection toward her husband, Jay.

About Love Comes Softly, English says, "I've heard it said, 'A woman in love does everything better.' I sincerely believe this cliche is true if and when the love is real," adding, "It was real love that walked in, touched and strengthened my life, and caused my fragile heart to want to sing again."

English was so inspired by the theme of this work that she will kick off her Latin American tour on Valentine's Day weekend in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico, premiering live performances from Love Comes Softly with other popular love songs. The romantic weekend will feature fine dining and an after-party at the five-star El Ochenta restaurant.

Sibyl English will join the Tuck Talk radio show Monday, December 14 to discuss Love Comes Softly, the upcoming Latin American tour, and the journey that has led her toward this inspiring work.

Hosted by Tuck Self, Tuck Talk broadcasts live every Monday evening at 6:00pm Eastern / 3:00pm Pacific on VoiceAmerica™ and the Modavox network of channels. This Internet radio group generates close to 3 million unique visitors on a monthly basis and continues to grow. Each segment rebroadcasts 12 hours later and is archived for on-demand listening. Listeners may tune in at www.TuckTalk.com to listen live. 
Columbia, South Carolina - December 2, 2009 - The magnitude of Rhonda Byrne's best-selling The Secret, with over 4 million copies in print (ABC News), signals a newly mainstream openness to alternative ways of defining the effort required to manifest goals. Although the book and companion movie were only thrust into the spotlight after a 2007 endorsement by Oprah, the root Law of Attraction philosophy on which The Secret is based has been referenced in media as early as the late 1800s (New York Times, April 6, 1879) and used for centuries in different forms.

Andrea Hess is a money-manifesting expert and self-described "financial alchemist" who discovered that her natural ability to easily attract was not a common experience among others. She evaluated what she intuitively did to effortless achieve career goals, experimented with the results, and eventually developed her own unique methodology of manifestation. She has condensed her experiences into a three-part system: determining root issues that block success, encouraging the energy and environment for progress, and developing a business model that combines one's dreams with his intended purpose.

Hess will join the Tuck Talk radio show Monday, November 30 to share information about her personal journey that paved the path for creating her own manifestation philosophy. Listeners with questions about manifestation and generating income in a recession are encouraged to call in.

Hosted by Tuck Self, Tuck Talk broadcasts live every Monday evening at 6:00pm Eastern / 3pm Pacific on VoiceAmericaTM and the Modavox network of channels. This Internet radio group generates close to 3 million unique visitors on a monthly basis and continues to grow. Each segment rebroadcasts 12 hours later and is archived for on-demand listening. Listeners may tune in at www.TuckTalk.com to listen live.  
Columbia, South Carolina - November 26, 2009 - The national media is constantly on the lookout for credible experts to contribute to articles and feature in publications, but with nearly 30 million small businesses in the United States alone (SCORE), competition for media exposure is highly competitive. A website has only 1/20th of a second to impress TV producers, media booking agents, major publishers and potential clients, so it must instantly answer the question, "Why should I care what this person thinks?"  

Media packaging and platform specialist Suzanne Falter-Barns assists small businesses, authors, consultants, coaches and solo professionals create an online presence that conveys greater credibility, instant authority, and more impact. She has determined the three critical aspects to getting the media's attention: a clear message, credibility, and a brand "with a great hook."

Falter-Barns will join the Tuck Talk radio show Monday, November 30 to share insight for small-business owners to find their market, determine their offer and brand, and create their niche. This conversation will expand on her three-part strategy, and listeners with questions about branding and marketing small businesses are encouraged to call in.

Hosted by Tuck Self, Tuck Talk broadcasts live every Monday evening at 6:00pm Eastern / 3pm Pacific on VoiceAmericaTM and the Modavox network of channels. This Internet radio group generates close to 3 million unique visitors on a monthly basis and continues to grow. Each segment rebroadcasts 12 hours later and is archived for on-demand listening. Listeners may tune in at www.TuckTalk.com to listen live.  
Columbia, South Carolina - November 19, 2009 - As of last week, President Obama's approval rating is down to 53% (Gallup); however, most will agree that it's too early in his term to determine whether he will be historically regarded as an effective leader.

Karen Curry wrote an article in February 2009 called "Barack Obama, the Right Man for the Job," which suggests that the president's natural demeanor, personality, and talents make him a good leader who will serve as a catalyst for change and find new ways for individuals to fulfill their potential. This isn't just based on her opinion; Curry has predicted this success from studying Obama's Human Design chart, defining him as a Projector--a type born to inspire growth in others.

Combining elements of astrology, molecular biology, the I'Ching, and Hindu chakra, Human Design is a system of characterizing a person's psychology, vulnerabilities, talents, and strengths through a "blueprint" generated by charting their birthdate and place of birth. For proponents of the system, a person's Human Design "type" determines their best strategies for and common obstacles against success.

On Monday, November 23, Curry will join the Tuck Talk radio show to discuss this controversial modality. Beside the basics of the Human Design system, Curry will cover practical examples and provide more information for listeners who would like to learn their type or become Human Design specialists. Calls with questions about Human Design are welcome.

Hosted by Tuck Self, Tuck Talk broadcasts live every Monday evening at 6:00pm Eastern / 3pm Pacific on VoiceAmericaTM and the Modavox network of channels. This Internet radio group generates close to 3 million unique visitors on a monthly basis and continues to grow. Each segment rebroadcasts 12 hours later and is archived for on-demand listening. Listeners may tune in at www.TuckTalk.com to listen live.  
Columbia, South Carolina - November 12, 2009 - With a bleak economic outlook, everyone is eager for opportunities for more income. Side work is a short-term necessity in some households, but the facts show that having a home-based business is a smart choice for long-term wealth.  

The $420+ billion home-business industry (Entrepreneur) significantly increases average household incomes for its workforce. For instance, nearly 90% of households with incomes greater than $80,000 have a home office, compared to 14% of those with incomes below $25,000 (Find/SVP). The average income for income-generating home-office households is over $60,000, which is a 10-15% increase over the US median household income (Interactive Data Corp).

Encouraging statistics are one thing, but knowing how to start a business and what that business will sell is another. Raven Blair Davis has made it her life's work to assist others in discovering and pursing their true passion and dreams in home-based business.  

Davis will join the Tuck Talk radio show on Monday, November 16 to share information from her new book, Broadcast Your Passions, which focuses on the selling power of the human voice. She crafted the book for those who desire to work from home, something she calls "turning their kitchen table into an office desk." This follows up a previous book dedicated to home-based business, Kitchen Table Radio: How To Produce, Post and Profit from Your Own Radio Show.
 
With over 25 years of experience in telecommunications, telemarketing, and customer management, Raven (nicknamed "The Telephone Diva") has become a trusted trainer, speaker, and coach. Noted Chicken Soup for the Soul creator Jack Canfield attests to her self-starting entrepreneurship, calling Raven "a rare combination of dynamic, spontaneous and fun, as well as thoroughly prepared, deeply insightful."
 
Davis also hosts the radio program Careers from the Kitchen Table on 1320 WARL AM and a second show on WBLQ FM that spotlights celebrities who give back in a big way. With experience gleaned from interviews with celebrities and businesspeople, including Montel Williams, Lindsay Wagner, Fran Drescher, and The Secret's Lisa Nichols, Raven also will share insider tips about show-hosting.
 
Hosted by Tuck Self, Tuck Talk broadcasts live every Monday evening at 6:00pm Eastern / 3pm Pacific on VoiceAmericaTM and the Modavox network of channels. This Internet radio group generates close to 3 million unique visitors on a monthly basis and continues to grow. Each segment rebroadcasts 12 hours later and is archived for on-demand listening. Listeners may tune in at www.TuckTalk.com to listen live.  
Columbia, South Carolina - November 5, 2009 - What if you knew how to see the future but lost everything anyway? Have you ever wondered why psychics don't rule the world or, at least, rise to the top of business?

At age 30, Joanna Garzilli, a gifted psychic medium, lost everything she owned. With rock-bottom self-esteem and a toxic relationship, she resigned herself to never having a successful career or meeting her soul mate. Caught up in "psychic sensationalism" that made her think success would come easily, Joanna couldn't understand why her gift that helped others served as a curse to her own life.  

A breakthrough came in facing her fears and denials, conquering low self-worth, and trusting her her intuition and applying it to her life. Now, she has overcome her obstacles and developed a belief that everyone has the gift. Her work is now focused on helping others connect with their own psychic spirits. Among her clients are Goldie Hawn, Jim Carrey and Jenny McCarthy.

Joanna will join the Tuck Talk radio show on Monday, November 9 to discuss her own experiences and offers advice for people to use their natural intuition to realize their dreams.

Hosted by Tuck Self, Tuck Talk broadcasts live every Monday evening at 6:00pm Eastern / 3pm Pacific on VoiceAmericaTM and the Modavox network of channels. This Internet radio group generates close to 3 million unique visitors on a monthly basis and continues to grow. Each segment rebroadcasts 12 hours later and is archived for on-demand listening. Listeners may tune in at www.TuckTalk.com to listen live.  
Columbia, South Carolina - October 29, 2009 - At a real estate auction in Detroit this week, thousands of foreclosed homes went unsold despite prices as low as $500. According to a current issue of USA Today, however, the concert touring business is weathering the bad economy for the second straight summer. What makes some businesses thrive and generate income while others wither? More importantly, how does a regular joe make some cash to get concert tickets for himself (or purchase a $500 house)?  

Loral Langemeier, money expert and New York Times bestselling author, will join Tuck Talk November 2 to discuss her methods that have been proven to help ordinary people earn extra income through side work.  

Langemeier's techniques have been instrumental in the success of thousands of small-business owners. In fact, her entrepreneurial expertise has positioned her as a trusted source regularly cited in CNN, CNBC, Fox News Channel, USA Today, The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, ABCNews.com, Forbes.com and BusinessWeek.com. Her story--being raised on a Nebraska farm, starting her first business at 17, and establishing a multi-million-dollar portfolio--serves as inspiration to clients and as a practical guide to using her techniques.

While the ultimate goal of people following Langemeier's "Cash Machine" method is to generate cash, another benefit is the satisfaction owners get from doing work they enjoy--instead of being stuck in a job they do not like. Join us for a "l'il Tuck Talk" to get free insight that works in any economy from a leading entrepreneurial pioneer.  

Hosted by Tuck Self, Tuck Talk broadcasts live every Monday evening at 6:00pm Eastern / 3pm Pacific on VoiceAmericaTM and the Modavox network of channels. This Internet radio group generates close to 3 million unique visitors on a monthly basis and continues to grow. Each segment rebroadcasts 12 hours later and is archived for on-demand listening. Listeners may tune in at www.TuckTalk.com to listen live.  

Menopause Summit '09: A "Flashy" Response to Mid-Life Transition

Columbia, South Carolina - October 21, 2009 - Menopause can be responsible for all kinds of physical, mental and emotional fluctuations. Most of us have heard about the mood swings, hot flashes and loss of sex drive associated with "The Change," but other less-known symptoms--fatigue, sleep loss, weight gain, joint pain, even allergies and increased breast cancer risk--can arise too, making menopause a major influence on all aspects of a woman's health. About 70% of women report having experienced menopause symptoms.  

Studies suggest that some supplements, hormones, medicines, and diet can greatly reduce the effects of menopause--but some of these therapies bring risks with them. Educating herself about the causes, signs and treatments can help a woman more easily transition through mid-life while maintaining or improving her overall health.  

To that end, the Menopause Summit '09 is bringing together the brightest, most entertaining experts on perimenopause, menopause, middle-age and positive life transition. Guest experts will cover topics ranging from hormones to emotional well-being. Confirmed Summit guests include Tuck Self (host of the Tuck Talk radio show), medical intuitive Caroline Sutherland and Planet SARK founder Susan Ariel Rainbow Kennedy.  

The creators of the Menopause Summit, Lela Bryan and Carole Cross, will join Tuck Talk Monday, October 26 to discuss this hot event. Expect call-ins from a few of the featured speakers; listeners are encouraged to call in at 866-472-5788 to ask menopause-related questions.  

Hosted by Tuck Self, Tuck Talk broadcasts live every Monday evening at 6:00pm Eastern / 3pm Pacific on VoiceAmericaTM and the Modavox network of channels. This Internet radio group generates close to 3 million unique visitors on a monthly basis and continues to grow. Each segment rebroadcasts 12 hours later and is archived for on-demand listening. Listeners may tune in at www.TuckTalk.com to listen live.