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EMBRACE THE CHANGE With Dave Scott

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EMBRACE THE CHANGE With Dave Scott

EMBRACE THE CHANGE With Dave Scott

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Change is inevitable. It can be painful or exhilarating, but if viewed from the right perspective, it can also be a great teacher. This show is a place for you to share your stories and perhaps inspire someone else looking for answers. No one goes through change in a vacuum. There are always lessons at the end of the road.

Latest Episodes

Quarantine Conversations - Monti Amundson

For a man who makes his living singing the Blues, Big Monti is amazingly upbeat. Monti Amundson talks about making ends meet during the Covid 19 pandemic. Wanna purchase some Big Monti music? https://bigmonti.bandcamp.com/ Check out Monti on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/monti.amundson Head here for some tasty live videos https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4K5n6kVaBE4&list=RD4K5n6kVaBE4&start_radio=1&t=199

30 MIN2 d ago
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Quarantine Conversations - Monti Amundson

Quarantine Conversations-Danielle

Single Mother Danielle Heiland is making new memories while juggling a full time job ,quarantined with her three children. With a lot of creativity and a little social media, she not only manages, but thrives. Little Hoots https://www.littlehoots.com/ https://www.facebook.com/LittleDaniLittle

31 MIN3 w ago
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Quarantine Conversations-Danielle

Quarantine Conversations - April and Roger

Quarantined newlyweds April and Roger talk about the stress of staying one step ahead of the Covid virus while watching their businesses screech to a halt. Romance has to take a backseat to more practical concerns and a three year old!

25 MINAPR 23
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Quarantine Conversations - April and Roger

Quarantine Conversations – Jane

As the mother of Fire and Rescue and Healthcare workers and someone who works for the school system, Jane gives us a unique perspective on the ever changing state of the school year and why she is so proud of her “essential” children

17 MINAPR 10
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Quarantine Conversations – Jane

Music Mojo and Myeloma

It took a near death experience and a cancer diagnosis to make Eric Worley realize that “Someone was trying to tell him something”. A flowing figure appearing at the end of his hospital bed leads to a deep introspective conversation about mindfulness and living in the moment.

54 MINMAR 26
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Music Mojo and Myeloma

It Is What It Is

In a world, where all it takes for a life to run off the rails is “A GOOD REASON”, Casey Callahan chose to rise above his circumstances. Now, married and in his 30’s, he shares the challenges he overcame on the way to becoming a happily married well-adjusted new father. Inspiring insight from an old soul

31 MINFEB 29
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It Is What It Is

Gilbert O'Sullivan

"Alone Again Naturally" In 1972, he was the biggest selling solo artist in the world, outselling even Rod Stewart and Elton John. As he prepares for his first first extended American tour in decades, we look back at how he has dealt with the many changes that have come his way. http://www.gilbertosullivan.co.uk/tour-dates/

16 MINJAN 20
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Gilbert O'Sullivan

2020 Vision

Happy New Year from the sumptuous Dave Scott studios in magnificent Molalla Oregon! Time for a quick look at the decade ahead

14 MINJAN 2
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2020 Vision

Keep Punching the World in the Face

Shel Bailey is a disk jockey searching for the perfect job. Despite encountering a few interesting detours along the way, she soldiers on.

31 MIN2019 DEC 17
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Keep Punching the World in the Face

Where Do We Go When We Die?

Maybe it is because I recently had a friend die. Perhaps it has something to do with my Mother in Law passing away last month. I am sure Tom Petty’s unexpected death last year might be playing a part. For whatever reasons, I have been thinking a lot about death so I thought I would just open the microphone and share some of the metaphysical musings that have recently moved into the neighborhood directly above my neck.

19 MIN2019 NOV 12
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Where Do We Go When We Die?

Latest Episodes

Quarantine Conversations - Monti Amundson

For a man who makes his living singing the Blues, Big Monti is amazingly upbeat. Monti Amundson talks about making ends meet during the Covid 19 pandemic. Wanna purchase some Big Monti music? https://bigmonti.bandcamp.com/ Check out Monti on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/monti.amundson Head here for some tasty live videos https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4K5n6kVaBE4&list=RD4K5n6kVaBE4&start_radio=1&t=199

30 MIN2 d ago
Comments
Quarantine Conversations - Monti Amundson

Quarantine Conversations-Danielle

Single Mother Danielle Heiland is making new memories while juggling a full time job ,quarantined with her three children. With a lot of creativity and a little social media, she not only manages, but thrives. Little Hoots https://www.littlehoots.com/ https://www.facebook.com/LittleDaniLittle

31 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Quarantine Conversations-Danielle

Quarantine Conversations - April and Roger

Quarantined newlyweds April and Roger talk about the stress of staying one step ahead of the Covid virus while watching their businesses screech to a halt. Romance has to take a backseat to more practical concerns and a three year old!

25 MINAPR 23
Comments
Quarantine Conversations - April and Roger

Quarantine Conversations – Jane

As the mother of Fire and Rescue and Healthcare workers and someone who works for the school system, Jane gives us a unique perspective on the ever changing state of the school year and why she is so proud of her “essential” children

17 MINAPR 10
Comments
Quarantine Conversations – Jane

Music Mojo and Myeloma

It took a near death experience and a cancer diagnosis to make Eric Worley realize that “Someone was trying to tell him something”. A flowing figure appearing at the end of his hospital bed leads to a deep introspective conversation about mindfulness and living in the moment.

54 MINMAR 26
Comments
Music Mojo and Myeloma

It Is What It Is

In a world, where all it takes for a life to run off the rails is “A GOOD REASON”, Casey Callahan chose to rise above his circumstances. Now, married and in his 30’s, he shares the challenges he overcame on the way to becoming a happily married well-adjusted new father. Inspiring insight from an old soul

31 MINFEB 29
Comments
It Is What It Is

Gilbert O'Sullivan

"Alone Again Naturally" In 1972, he was the biggest selling solo artist in the world, outselling even Rod Stewart and Elton John. As he prepares for his first first extended American tour in decades, we look back at how he has dealt with the many changes that have come his way. http://www.gilbertosullivan.co.uk/tour-dates/

16 MINJAN 20
Comments
Gilbert O'Sullivan

2020 Vision

Happy New Year from the sumptuous Dave Scott studios in magnificent Molalla Oregon! Time for a quick look at the decade ahead

14 MINJAN 2
Comments
2020 Vision

Keep Punching the World in the Face

Shel Bailey is a disk jockey searching for the perfect job. Despite encountering a few interesting detours along the way, she soldiers on.

31 MIN2019 DEC 17
Comments
Keep Punching the World in the Face

Where Do We Go When We Die?

Maybe it is because I recently had a friend die. Perhaps it has something to do with my Mother in Law passing away last month. I am sure Tom Petty’s unexpected death last year might be playing a part. For whatever reasons, I have been thinking a lot about death so I thought I would just open the microphone and share some of the metaphysical musings that have recently moved into the neighborhood directly above my neck.

19 MIN2019 NOV 12
Comments
Where Do We Go When We Die?
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