The Cloud of my Life

by Kathy Bacon on April 11, 2015


MileHi Radio has gone to the Cloud for all of its shows now.  What does that mean to you?  Well it means that I need to download all the proper programs so I can get back out there and interview all the incredible kind, giving people in the world.  It’s a process with a MAC.  I will be able to interview people remotely.  I can interview as many people as I want in a day and put them in my cloud space to be played every week.  Technology blows my mind.

I should be up and running again by May 1.


It is my passion

It is what I am here on this planet to do.  I know it.

I believe that my voice is the “Voice of Love.”  I can attract and be a platform for individuals to also use their voices and share their inspiring stories.  I don’t know about you, but I always love to hear people talk about their struggle or their idea that got them to the place they are right now.  It just makes me want to just do something! There is so much we can do as individuals to make a difference.  We don’t need to be a nonprofit.  We need to just care and be part of the whole that is one, that is good.

I am also taking an on camera class so I can do videos.  I want to start talking about things you want to know about and engaging you in good.  Stay tuned for all of that.  I am always work in progress.  It seems that the right people come your way when you are open to it.  It is happening and I am receiving the gifts so I can pass them on to you.  I promise you will not be disappointed.

In this down time I have been exploring all kinds of options.  I feel that I need to take all that I have learned with radio to a new level.  Do you believe in good?  Do you believe that there are people in the world all around you that are kind and loving?  Do you believe that you have something to offer to the world?

Let’s grow together – allow me to lead the way…..





Tune in on Thursday, February 26 at 11:00 am MST on Pay It Forward Radio when I interview Bill Taylor, Founder of SE Asia Children’s Foundation.

To listen:  MileHi Radio

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Having been a management consultant for over 45 years, Bill (although now “semi-retired”) still accepts an occasional assignment in the greater Seattle area. Focusing his practice in the area of Strategic Pay and Personnel Issues, he works exclusively with the Boards of Directors and CEOs of privately held, for-profit, Pacific Northwest companies. His efforts are devoted to helping organizations align their reward systems with their values, cultures, and strategic goals. Often this evolves into strategic planning, goal setting, success measurements, team building, group problem solving skills and related efforts.

Currently, Bill spends most of his time and energy with his non-profit work in SE Asia. With his SE Asia Foundation. Bill is dedicated to breaking the cycle of poverty for those less fortunate. Believing strongly that the key to this is education – and especially educating girls – Bill seeks out and supports organizations working to educate children and provide job skills training to women. His unique approach to this support involves funding coupled with coaching to improve management skills and the long-term sustainability of the organization. Traveling to the region four times each year, Bill remains a “hands-on” consultant.

Bill also is an active partner in the Together We Can Change The World (TWCCTW)  group, along with Scott Friedman, Jana Stanfield, and many other talented speakers, authors, and trainers committed to the same goals of helping the impoverished to a more self-sustaining life in SE Asia.

As a co-founder of Donworth, Taylor & Co., a Seattle based HR and labor relations management consulting firm, he consulted in that capacity for 13 years from 1975 through 1988. Prior to that he was a consultant with Price Waterhouse & Co. in Los Angeles and Seattle for nine years. His early experience also includes nine years in both line and staff positions in Southern California industry.

His long record of active service in the Institute of Management Consultants includes Past President of the Pacific Northwest Chapter. From 1989 to 1991 he served as Vice President for the Pacific Western Region and as a member of the National Board of Directors. After that he served a three-year term as one of the three U. S. Trustees to the International Council of Management Consulting Institutes (ICMCI). A long time Rotarian, he was an active member of the Downtown Seattle Rotary Club No. 4 for 25 years. He was also active in the American Compensation Association and the Northwest Compensation Forum, and has served as a director of the ACT Theater and the Seattle Center Foundation in Seattle. He is a Snohomish County Master Gardner and for two years served as President of the Edmonds in Bloom Association.

Bill and his wife, Pat, live in Edmonds, just north of Seattle. What little spare time there is is spent gardening, wandering around the country in his motorhome, hiking, fly fishing, playing poker, rooting for the Mariners, staying fit, and playing with Corvettes.

To learn more about this foundation – SE Asia Children’sFoundation



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