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2013 Doing Life Right Teleconference Introduction

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2nd Annual Doing Life Right Teleconference–Only 2 weeks away!

Let the countdown begin!

The 2013 Doing Life Right Teleconference will be short and sweet. We'll be airing videos, one per day, starting October 20th. In the meantime, be sure to check out the amazing videos from 2012! Once this year's teleconference begins, that page will look different.

23Oct/12Off

Doing Poetry Right; VIDEO 23 (2012 Teleconference)

Meet Renée La Tulippe as she tells us about Doing Poetry Right!

 
 
 

Renée LaTulippe is a former English/theater/public speaking teacher and wannabe starlet. She is now a children's writer who composes poems for her video blog, No Water River, where she also features videos of renowned children's poets reading their own work. Renée is also the editor at All About Learning Press, for whom she co-authors pre-reading books and early readers, including Lizard Lou: a collection of rhymes old and new, and blogs on language and grammar (often under the guise of her alter ego, the Chipmunk of Doom). Renée holds a BFA in acting/directing from Marymount Manhattan College and an MA in English Education from New York University. She lives in Italy with her husband and twin toddler boys.

 
 
 
 
 

In "Doing Poetry Right," Renée tells us that poetry is meant to be read aloud, but most people -- including some teachers -- are afraid of it or simply don't know how to appreciate it. Focusing on reading/performing poetry out loud knocks poetry off its pedestal and makes it accessible and fun for everyone. Renée includes her top tips for bringing a poem to life (e.g., playing with language, character, diction, gesture, etc.), along with a lot of warm encouragement. Let's get out of our seats and start sharing poetry!

To find out more about Renée, see:
22Oct/12Off

Doing Special Needs Right; VIDEO 22 (2012 Teleconference)

Meet Alana Terry as she tells us about Doing Special Needs Right!

 

Alana Terry is a homeschooling mom of three. Although she is a self-described expert at tube feedings, cough assist machines and suction pumps, she has yet to be awarded an honorary nursing degree. When she is not chauffeuring her middle son to therapy appointments, Alana writes chapter books and novels, leads academic clubs for homeschoolers in her community, and keeps up her blog up at aboynamedsilas.com.

In "Doing Special Needs Right," Alana draws on her experience as Silas' mom to address parents of special needs children. She also talks to individuals in the general public who want to best interact with families whose members have disabilities.

 

To find out more about Alana, see:

21Oct/12Off

Doing Operating Systems Right; VIDEO 21 (2012 Teleconference)

Meet Greg Bentley as he tells us about Doing Operating Systems Right!

 

Greg Bentley has been a computer engineer for nearly 20 years, although he's considered himself a hacker since before he was 10. He has a passion for operating systems and a frustration with the fact that computers still aren't simple for everyone--he believes they should be! Greg has a solution to this problem, and is ready to share it with the world.Greg is co-founder and CTO of ZenActOS, Inc., a software company dedicated to making computers easy to use.

In "Doing Operating Systems Right," Greg tells us about the future of operating systems and how computers should behave. He also explains the difference between monolithic and microkernel operating systems, and the importance of having an OS that protects the user and their data at all times.

To find out more about Greg and his operating system, see:

18Oct/12Off

Doing Audiobooks Right; VIDEO 18 (2012 Teleconference)

Meet Larry Oliver as he tells us about Doing Audiobooks Right!

 

After college, Larry Oliver continued his education by pursuing his MBA at Lake Forest Graduate School of Management. He spent nearly 25 years as an executive officer of  3 NYSE companies. His expertise in communication skills, sales and marketing, customer service, training, motivation and coaching served these organizations well.

Larry entered the world of professional voice acting in 2007, becoming quite serious about it in 2009. He especially enjoys narrating audiobooks, animation, and character voice acting. His most recent audiobook release, in October 2012, Advice From Dad: Inspiration for the Next Generation by Bill O’Hearn, embodies much of what has guided him.

Daily, Oliver strives to become the person his dog thinks he is!

 

In describing "Doing Audiobooks Right," Larry tells us:

Just a few years ago there were a total of 2400 audiobooks recorded. There are presently nearly 50,000 titles available as audiobooks, and soon there will be well over 100,000! This can keep voice actors/audiobook narrators/performers busy for a long time. But, there are tens of thousands of men and women that compete for these titles everyday. This video will provide you with basic information to help you decide if this is something you have a burning desire to do, and if so, what the first steps to give you a foundation of becoming a “published” audiobook narrator/performer are.

Larry Oliver is the voice talent for Bill O'Hearn's Advice from Dad: Inspiration for the Next Generation.

To find out more about Larry, see:

16Oct/12Off

The 1/2 Way Point of the 1st Annual Doing Life Right Teleconference

Have you seen the videos for the 1st Annual Doing Life Right Teleconference yet? Be sure to "like" the teleconference on Facebook!

Here's a quick recap of all the videos so far:

 

15Oct/12Off

Doing Enjoyment (through making Pani Puri) Right; VIDEO 15 (2012 Teleconference)

Meet Avani Shah as she tells about about

Doing Enjoyment (through making Pani Puri) Right!

 

 

 

 

Avani Shah recently married and moved from India to California. She is a finance professional. At the moment, she is pursuing her education further, as required, to find a new job in the states. In the meantime, she is enjoying her homemaker status.

Avani loves Indian foods, but especially Pani Puri--an Indian dish that she doesn't mind making as an every day meal. It is sweet and sour in taste.

 

 

 

 

 

In "Doing Enjoyment (through making Pani Puri) Right," Avani shows us how she enjoys her life by making (and eating!) her favorite food.

 

Ingredients used in this video include:

  • Puri (sometimes spelling poori) / Gol Gappa (from an Indian grocery store or made from scratch using your favorite recipe found online--just search for "puri recipe")
  • Potatoes (any type, peeled and cut into small chunks)
  • Mung bean sprouts (sprout them yourself overnight with water)
  • Garbanzo beans (chickpeas)
  • Dates (any type)
  • Tamarind / Imli (Indian or other Asian grocery store)
  • Jaggery (Indian store) OR sugar as a substitute
  • Red chili powder
  • Cumin seeds and Coriander powder (separately or combined)
  • Mint leaves
  • Green chilies (small ones)
  • Lemon
  • Black salt powder (Indian grocery store)
  • Regular white salt

 

14Oct/12Off

Doing Games and Puzzles Right; VIDEO 14 (2012 Teleconference)

Meet Miryam Ramos from The Comic Shop as she tells us about

Doing Games and Puzzles Right!

 

Miryam Ramos is a co-owner (with Rebecca Blea) of The Comic Shop in San Leandro, California. We met Miryam at the Wide Sky Days Conference in September 2012. Her enthusiasm for games and comic books is unsurpassed. We were amazed at her intimate knowledge of every game that her store sells (and many more). If you have a question about any game out there, Miryam is the expert to ask.

 

In "Doing Games and Puzzles Right," Miryam tells us about the importance of games and how to choose ones that are right for you and your family.

 

To find out more about Miryam and her very awesome store, check out:

The Comic Shop

699 Lewelling Blvd. Suite 298

San Leandro, CA 94579

13Oct/12Off

Doing Risk Right; VIDEO 13 (2012 Teleconference)

Meet Teresa Graham Brett as she tells us about Doing Risk Right!

 

 

Teresa Graham Brett is a coach, consultant, and author who founded Parenting for Social Change in 2009. Bringing together her experiences in higher education as a social justice educator, trainer, and administrator with her experiences coaching parents, she provides parents with transformative learning programs that help them to parent with trust and respect.

She is the author of Parenting for Social Change: Transform Childhood, Transform the World and the Guide to Liberation Parenting.

 

 

In "Doing Risk Right," Teresa talks about taking risks to follow the path that is right and unique for you. Using her own decisions that moved her to live a life consistent with her values, she encourage you to go deep within to know what is right for your path.

To find out more information about Teresa, see: