I am honored to have been invited by Kathleen M. Schmidt to talk on her radio show “Project Empowerment”. I think that my continuous journey can contribute to the concept of personal empowerment in looking at our daily lives and existence with more critical eyes. The most important questions for me right now are: what exactly are we willing to accept in our daily lives? What do we have to accept? and What do we voluntarily accept due to our own weaknesses and lack of perseverance? No matter in what areas of life, work, friendships, relationships or any business ventures, these questions always will prevail and will shed light on the deepest inquiry of all: do we really follow our inner truth, dreams and desires?
“I had dreams and visions driving me forward with an incredible and irresistible force. There was never any doubt in my mind about anything I dreamed of. At eighteen, I felt I had only shifted into second gear but that my acceleration was beyond anyone’s power to stop. Settling for anything less would have meant losing my belief in myself. This couldn’t be all there was to life!” (From “To Drink the Wild Air” Chapter 2 Freedom, Birds and Motorcycles)
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March 2, 2011 Birgit Soyka, author of “To Drink The Wild Air, One Woman’s Quest to Touch the Horizon” www.todrinkthewildair.com
9 AM (Pacific Standard Time)
Project Empowerment is a live show 100% focused on empowering lives everywhere. Although the main topics are focused on survivors of Domestic Violence, the underlying message is empowerment for all.
It is not your typical scripted show, but more like a discussion with friends over coffee. The subjects are heavy, but the message is to turn something dark into light. Project Empowerment is all about making a personal connection with the audience. Use the shows as an audio resource, as each contains powerful information to enlighten and educate people not only on domestic violence, but different ways to empower your life.