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Welcome to the Offerings' Podcast Series: In Good Company

Here we have the opportunity to hear real women in conversation about how they are evolving themselves and their environments in unique and inspiring ways.

In our first installment, musical artists, Christie Hardwick Vianson and Mary Sarah talk about the gift of music — how they receive it, how eagerly they offer it back out to the world.

Click here to listen to their podcast conversation

Click on the links below to play their songs

Click here to engage Christie and Mary Sarah in a blog conversation

Singing since childhood, Christie Hardwick Vianson frequently performs her own compositions and has recently completed her first commercial CD entitled "Keep the Lights On."  In addition to her musical accomplishments, Christie is the founder of Spirited Contribution, an executive coaching and consulting firm that specializes in helping individuals and organizations break through limitations and step up to what her new company brands as "spirited contribution."

Click on the links below to know more about the music of
Christie Hardwick Vianson
www.spiritedcontribution.com
cdbaby.com/cd/chv

Mary Sarah's artistic journey began in kingergarten when, much to her mother's surprise, she would don a headdress made of dish towels and dance around the house for hours.  By age 11 she was singing and dancing professionally.  Mary Sarah & Elements of Return have been cited alongside Brian Eno, Laurie Anderson and Peter Gabriel as innovators.  Like their compatriots, they are emerging through their unique voice and originality.

Click on the links below to know more about the music of
Mary Sarah & Elements of Return
myspace.com/oneworldtree
cdbaby.com/cd/marysarah
cdbaby.com/cd/marysarah2

The theme song for Offerings' "In Good Company" podcast series is "J' Love" written and performed by Kelesha Martin and produced by Ron Moton of Moton Productions.  For more of Ms. Martin's music, please visit her site at www.KeleshaMartin.com


This podcast has been made available
as part of the Offerings' In Good Company series
Copyright 2007