Focus On Empowerment with Carole Copeland Thomas - THURSDAYS AT 1PM Eastern

CaroleCopelandThomas

United States, EnglishBusiness

FOCUS ON EMPOWERMENT is a weekly issues-oriented global radio talk show that examines the opportunities and challenges of personal development and life enhancement both on and off the job. Through interviews, information-sharing, and interactive listener call in segments, Focus On Empowerment provides a vital resource for disseminating social, economic,political, multicultural and personal development information for the blog talk radio audience. CAN'T LISTEN LIVE? Scroll down to the desired show, click and listen online. OR...Just click on the orange RSS symbol to the left, scroll down to the desired program, and then select the appropriate download version for your computer, smartphone, iPod, or MP3 listening device.

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An event that took place centuries ago still has our rapt attention and is embedded in the fabric of our souls. We close schools, government offices, stores, and the US Stock Exchange shuts down in memory of his crucifixion.... more
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Social Psychologist rDr. James Pennebacker is a leading expert on the power of journaling. Wikipedia notes that ?over the course of his career, Pennebaker has studied the nature of physical symptoms, health consequences of secrets,... more
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I am still riveted by Solomon Northup's powerful life story visually reenacted in the Oscar Winning movie 12 Years A Slave. Not only is it the TRUE story of a free Black man kidnapped and thrown into slavery for 12 years before escaping to... more
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Middle Class Values: Middle Class Money Five Ways To Create Wealth in 2014 Reaching the middle class, was once the selling point of our country's socio economic baseline. Now as we slowly dig ourselves out of our country's hard... more
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Looking at pages and pages of inventions, cures and creations listed on the website blackinventions.org gave me goosebumps. To think that MY people...African Americans ignored their oppressed conditions to create some of... more
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In 1953 I was born into a somewhat segregated Black community in my hometown of Detroit. My pediatrician was Black. My mother's favorite dress shop was Black owned. My father was a co-owner of a Black owned business. The... more
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Today's show examines where the rubber meets the road with veteran diversity and LGBT professional Simma Lieberman. She's developed 25 fool-proof ways to determine the effectiveness of your diversity strategy in your company,... more
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Necessity Is The Mother Of Invention. Black people have always been inventive, creative and industrious. Go on any African street corner today and you'll find talented entrepreneurs selling, making and distributing their wares. That talent... more
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As we celebrate what would have been Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s 85th birthday, here re my thoughts: Dr. King would marvel at the election and reelection of our first Black president...but would cringe at the racial backlash President... more
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