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Steena Marie

Sexual Empowerment, Life, and Relationship Coach in Kalamazoo

Even Good Girls Need a Little Bad

PRESENTED ON OCT 26, 2017
IN KALAMAZOO @ VOL 2

Steena Marie talks about Letting go of perfectionism to liberate your life.

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I See, Like a Bird, I Sing

BY SARAH WALLIN
@ VOL 10 ON JUN 06, 2014

Sarah Wallin enjoys diving deep into the multitude of life's mysteries and pondering the meaningful coincidences, or "synchronicities," that occur in life. In her experience, she has found when she lets synchronicity navigate her life, it feels as if her story is unfolding with the logic of a dream. Sarah shares her journey of personal discovery.

 

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Passions: the good, the bad and the not so wise

BY THOMAS TEIGE
@ VOL 2 ON FEB 20, 2015

Passions in life, we all have them. Thomas takes us on a journey through his - the good, the bad and the not such a good idea to pursue ones.

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BY CAROLINE NASH
@ VOL 12 ON MAR 15, 2016

Caroline Nash is an actress and producer of local theatre in the Midlands and a recent Come Dine With Me winner. She will be talking about the challenge of producing a theatre with interactive elements.

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Laos, Coffee and The Little House

BY YOKO MATSUSHIMA
@ VOL 2 ON MAR 31, 2016

"To start a day with a cup of coffee, knowing where it's comes from and recalling the people in each process is very rewarding."

In Laos, Coffee and The Little House from PechaKucha Night Vientiane - Vol. 2Yoko Matsushima, who has lived in Laos for 16 years and is the owner of The Little House café in Ban Simuang, Vientiane, talks about her work as a cafe owner, the relationships she has built with the farmers who produce the coffee beans, her staff who keep the cafe going, and her customers. She hopes for a future where people can continue to drink good Lao coffee.

This was "PechaKucha of the Day" on Wednesday, June 1st, 2016. 

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My Dear Enemy

BY TUMBURU GAUTAM
@ MSM GOES PECHAKUCHA ON MAR 17, 2017

Based on eastern philosophy, the concept of non-violence and pardon consists in adding a flavour and humour for enjoyment as well as transmitting a message of tolerance and humanitarianism. Do not judge people from one angle and always see the positive side of things, says Tumburu Gautam. Learn to see your enemy as an source of inspiration for self-improvement. 

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Precision and Perfectionism

BY ALEXANDRA BECKER-BLACK
@ VOL 23 ON JUN 13, 2017

As a visual Artist, precision and perfectionism has always played a dominant role in Alexandra Becker-Black's work and have also surfaced in nearly every aspect of her day-to-day life. Once she discovered her passion for watercolors, she realized the need for complete control over something was not serving her. She will be discussing her needs to control reality along with her desire to be free from the confines of perfectionism.

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The Meaning of Life as Told by a Clementine

BY CHASE MIELKE
@ VOL 2 ON OCT 26, 2017

Chase Mielke explains how positive psychology + human purpose + uniqueness play a huge role in adolescent development. 

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Gnarly: broad & weaving growth

BY DAVID MOLESKY
@ VOL 2 ON MAR 01, 2018

A creative that wears many diverse hats, David believes that people can either grow by specializing their skill set or exposing themselves to a wide range of experiences that broaden their skill set. 

David Molesky shares his personal philosophy on growth, some of his “growth ring” moments, and the lessons he’s learned on his winding professional journey.

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The Enigma of Happiness

BY ANDY WIBLE
@ VOL 14 ON SEP 15, 2018

The Enigma of Happiness - Andy Wible   Proving the principle that those who cannot do, teach, Andy's talk will be on happiness. It will look at what it is, explore why we all want it, and discuss several philosophical conundrums around it. Even though happiness will always be a bit of a mystery, examining these issues will hopefully help us to have a more fulfilling life.


Andy Wible is a philosophy professor at Muskegon Community College. He enjoys traveling, running, writing, socializing, and playing golf. He was able to bring together two of his favorite things, golf and philosophy, in a book called Golf and Philosophy: Lessons from the Links a few years ago. He is best known locally for being married to Oliver Songlingco.