Leo Buscaglia: The Lost Interview
Canadian broadcaster Michael Canterbury interviewed Leo Buscaglia in the summer of 1983 near at a park near his Los Angeles office. The two discussed the Buscaglia’s career during the height of his demand as a speaker and author and his uplifting take on the world around us and all that life has to offer each of us even despite ever troubling times. This interview was never published and was discovered in Cantebury’s attic after his passing and is available for audiences to hear for the first time now on radio Wonderful in conjunction with SincerelyUplifting.com .
Daily Devotional with Pastor Greg
Providing hopeful insights in uncertain times, Pastor Greg’s eloquent way with words provides a daily encounter with grace and encouragement that you won’t want your day to pass without.
Rhymes and Reasons by Greg Asimakoupoulos
Greg Asimakoupoulos is an ordained minister, freelance writer and poet. He is the author of fourteen books and more than three hundred articles. In addition to writing a monthly “faith and values” column for three newspapers, he has written a weekly poetry blog (Rhymes and Reasons) since 2003.
Dr. Willie Jolley’s Motivational Minute
Willie Jolley is an author, radio host, speaker, singer, and media personality. Best known for his motivational best-selling book, It Only Takes A Minute To Change Your Life.
Joyce and Barry Vissell, founders of The Shared Heart Foundation and original students of famed ”Dr. Love” Leo Buscaglia, Ph.D. share their frequent video inspiration and musical stylings. Check back as new content is added very frequently!
Dear Shared Heart Friends, Here is a short video with a message from Joyce and Barry and a song from Barry. Have you listened
Karolyn Grimes provides short, insightful thoughts into the issues of the day and always finds that ”something wonderful” is always happening no matter how dark or difficult things may appear.
Karolyn’s curated pay-it-forward and random acts of kindness videos show there is still plenty of good and good people in the world. Watch at least a video a day to keep bad feelings away and see creative ways you can make someone’s day brighter!