Archive for the ‘Radio Personalities’ Category

January Jones- Open Your Heart with Skiing

Meet Stephen HultquistSteve Hulquist

Stephen Hultquist is a husband, father, ski instructor, journalist, consultant, personal coach, and pastor. He is committed to living life with passion, and doing all things with energy, excitement, and esteem for this singular life we have.

He is a certified professional ski instructor and works part time at Copper Mountain Resort in Colorado as an instructor and Over the Hill Gang guide. He also offers professional services to businesses and organizational leaders providing insights on people, processes, and technology. Hultquist writes on topics related to business, leadership, technology, and personal development, and he is a professional speaker offering his insights at public and private events, workshops, and seminars.

He lives just outside Boulder, Colorado, with his wife and three children. They find time to ski, bike, golf, dance, ride horses, and grow together.

He writes and speaks professionally on a number of topics, and recently had his first non-technical book published: Open Your Heart with Skiing; Mastering Life Through Love of the Turns.

January Jones – From Trauma 2 Triumph-Jill Hendrickson

 

 

Jill HendricksonAuthor, speaker and Transformational writing mentor Jill Hendrickson helps women find the gift in their traumatic experiences and turn their “mess” into their ultimate success. As the creator of the “From Trauma to Triumph” program, she specializes in helping women turn their setback into their comeback using writing as a tool for healing.

Jill started her career as a reporter on Capitol Hill and was first woman to sit on the copy desk of The Japan Times newspaper in Tokyo. She has worked for the Associated Press and in radio and TV and currently teaches writing at the university level. Jill has lived all over the world and served clients from North America to Europe, Asia, and the Middle East. As a survivor of domestic violence, she understands how difficult it is to bounce back from trauma AND how to use a devastating experience to lift yourself higher and shoot you towards your goal. To that end, she has started a movement to help 1 million women worldwide use their setback as the launching pad to their comeback using writing as a tool for healing. It’s her intention that women empower themselves and even be able to create a new and exciting career through sharing their stories to impact and inspire others.

January Jones-Diva In the Dugout-Arlene Hittle

Arlene Hittle
But she’s been a writer since second grade. That was when she started filling her great-grandpa’s giant sketchbook with story after story — most of them about little girls who found puppies, because she wanted one. She didn’t get that puppy until she was out on her own. She did, however, know early on that she wanted to entertain others with her fiction.
With three books published by Turquoise Morning Press (Diva in the Dugout, Beauty and the Ballplayer and Sliding into Home) and two indie stories out there (Home for the Holidays and Blind Date Bride), that lifelong ambition is becoming reality.