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The Art of Significance

The Art of Significance

Monday at 12 Noon Pacific

October 03rd 2017:Love is Always Stronger than Hate

In the wake of the horrible tragedy in Las Vegas, Dan Clark's Art of Significance Show on Tuesday, Oct. 3 tackles some tough topics and reminds us that there is more good than evil in this world. Dan's first guest is psychologist and commentator Dr. Bart Rossi who will provide insight into the tragedy as he talks about what kind of person becomes a mass murderer. Following Dr. Rossi, PositiveIQ Director of Training Amy Weiland talks with Dan about strategies people can adopt to heal when tragedy strikes. She’ll teach us what we can do to remind us that love is greater than hate. Gr

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Dr. Bart Rossi

Dr. Bart Rossi PhD. is a political psychologist and commentator who provides insights to stories in the news. He began his on-air commentating with the introduction to MNBC by Karen DeSoto, an on-air legal analyst at NBC News, and has since appeared on a several television networks including MSNBC, CBS, and FOX5, the cable news shows News 12: Power and Politics; and the EMMY-winning cable show The Fresh Outlook. Dr. Rossi is a member of the American Psychological Association, the New Jersey Psychological Association (former board member), and New Jersey Association for the Advancement of Psychology (former chairperson). He has appeared in print for the New York Daily News, U.S.A. T
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Amy Weiland

Amy Weiland is the Director of Training and Educational Development for PositiveIQ. For 10 years Amy has created and presented workshops for Fortune 500 companies across the country. While she has trained on subjects ranging from stress management and work life balance to negotiation, delegation, and effective leadership, teaching about positivity is her passion. PositiveIQ is a not-for-profit organization committed to enhancing the well-being and supporting individuals, businesses, and communities in living a more Hopefull life. While gathering the research to use in corporate workshops, she's discovered that positivity requires a great amount of grit. She's learned that positiv
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Kristyn Osborn

Kristyn Osborn, along with her sisters Kelsi and Kassidy, make up the country music group SheDaisy. The group was founded by the sisters in the late 1990s, beginning their music career as The Osborn Sisters. Kristyn wrote many of the group’s songs for their albums that included, The Whole SheBang, Knock on the Sky, Sweet Right Here and Fortuneteller’s Melody. Kristyn has written songs with Sheryl Crow, LeAnn Rimes, Jann Arden and Don Schlitz. SheDaisy’s albums reached gold and platinum status, and their songs have found their way into the Top 10 of Billboard’s county album chart. The sisters won the Rising Star CMT Video Award in 1999, and the Billboard Music Video Awards for Best
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https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/2656/the-art-of-significance 18/02/2019 01:00 18/02/2019 02:00 The Art of Significance https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/2656/the-art-of-significance In the wake of the horrible tragedy in Las Vegas, Dan Clark's Art of Significance Show on Tuesday, Oct. 3 tackles some tough topics and reminds us that there is more good than evil in this world. Dan's first guest is psychologist and commentator Dr. Bart Rossi who will provide insight into the tragedy as he talks about what kind of person becomes a mass murderer. Following Dr. Rossi, PositiveIQ Director of Training Amy Weiland talks with Dan about strategies people can adopt to heal when tragedy strikes. She’ll teach us what we can do to remind us that love is greater than hate. Grammy-nominated singer/songwriter Kristyn Osborn joins Dan for the final segment of the show to discuss how music heals, reminding us that people in the USA are strong, kind and resilient, and have the power to demonstrate much love. VoiceAmerica | Talk Radio | Online Talk Radio studio@voiceamerica.com false DD/MM/YYYY Add to Calendar
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