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Episode 70 of In the Mixx with Kidd6 get ready listeners another show you don't want to miss as usual. The Mixx is back everyone get ready to get caught up over some weekend news, scores and entertainment. Kicking the show off with everyone's weekend and getting right into with the segments for the night. Catch us every Tuesday 7-9PM for good vibes, laughs and the real. Topic of discussion this week: Help vs being taken advantage of
Tonight Ebony Empress and Lady Tee, will be talking to Author Phillip Berrian about his book entitled, “Testimonial of One’s True Greatness.” This book is for problem solvers as well as the anthem and the theme of today’s times, based on what is going on in the world today, it is so desperately needed. The book itself is mainly a collaboration of poems and short stories which highly illustrate and signify a thesis which is in affiliation with love, loss, hope, triumph, redemption, restoration and everything else which is associated with life in general, as well as our everyday living.
Join us at the top of the hour for a conversation and some hot gossip. We have not connected for a while so things may get a little wild in here :)
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Maia Aziz, Social Worker (PSW) and Certified Humor Professional (CHP) writes and speaks on living a life of love and laughter. Assistant Administrative Chief of Allied Health Services at the Montreal Children's Hospital, contributing writer to The Positive Psychology People and active member of The Association for Applied and Therapeutic Humor, Maia spends her Sunday mornings sharing 3 of her favorite things with someone who is out there pushing the positive- a fresh cup of coffee, a heartfelt conversation and some spontaneous laughter. These are conversations about love, laughter, leadership and well, life!
A former national track champion, Greg Hunter spent over 25 on the front lines of healthcare, before co-founding ManageUP, a fully-integrated solution to healthcare administration. Manage Up offers a platform for effective performance and organizational culture management and was born from the recognition that healthcare administrators challenges related to performance management issues were having an adverse impact on the very cultures they were trying to improve.
In this episode of HoneySoul Radio we are joined by our special guest Kilindi Iyi going to take a journey inside and outside of our minds. We are going to leave those things that are considered and accepted as normal, and expand our consciousness into the mysteries of spirit medicine. We ask, "What can plants really do for us?" We will discuss transformation, transportation, sexuality, and transcendence. You don't want to miss it! It's food for the GODS! Master Teacher, Kilindi Iyi is the head instructor and technical advisor of Tamerrian Martial Art Institute. A world traveler and mycologist, Kilindi has presented on the subject of psilocybin as far north as Norway and as far south as Australia. His exploration and research focuses on the high dose of psilocybin magic mushrooms.
Tonight on the Modern Gentleman Radio Program, Ashley Interviews Dave Getachew to find out what life is really like as a well known comedian. Ashley will take your emails, your live calls, answer your questions and talk about everything that is Modern Gentleman Worthy.
A Message From Dave:
My name is Dave Getachew. I have been a comedian for a little over 2 years. I currently host Amateur Night at Yuk Yuk’s London which has been an incredible success. I got started 4 years before that though. I did one set at a small club and thought well I suck so I’m never going to do this again. But I had been practising MMA for 7 years at that point and 2 years after that thought well If it took me awhile to get good at MMA where people are constantly trying to hit, choke or break something on me, why would I immediately be good at comedy? I haven’t stopped since I restarted two years ago at the venue that I now host Yuk Yuk’s Amateur Night.
We as women have to empower each other, but when women do things in public that make other women look bad it's kind of hard to empower them. Social media and retail store camera have a way of capturing things that would embarrass other women, what can we do? Lets discuss some things that women do in public to make other women look bad.
Do you often struggle with constant mood changes throughout the day?
Do you try to eat right and stay healthy but find that your energy levels are low and your weight doesn't change?
Join us, Tuesday March 28th, 2017 at 7:00 pm EST USA, as Miss Raina educates us on the importance of proper Hormones levels and Thyroid function as it pertains to our health and moods.
Many people experience low energy levels, weight gain and mood changes on a daily basis. We've tried regular diet and exercise but seem to have little or no results. Our energy levels are low and we always seem to be in a grouchy mood. What is going on with our body?
Call Miss Raina: (310) 861-2341
Youtube Live Stream: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VGHKwpXjPnY
This program is a place for discussion of issues around Autism and related topics - mental health, education, employment, inclusion, identity and cultural differences between Autistic and non-autistic people. Jeanette usually interview guests who are doing good work in the Autism community.
For this episode, Jeanette is joined by author, educator and National Director, Research & Senior Education Consultant at Autism Spectrum Australia, Dr Trevor Clark. Trevor has recently published a book called Exploring Giftedness and Autism.
Jeanette and Trevor discuss Autistic people who are gifted / twice exceptional or have savant skills and how this can be a positive attribute helping people achieve their potential, whatever that may be.
You can purchase the book here: https://www.routledge.com/Exploring-Giftedness-and-Autism-A-study-of-a-differentiated-educational/Clark/p/book/9781138839540
Women in business: Are you tired of myths and jargon surrounding how to build innovation projects and an innovation culture in your company? Susan Marcinelli, PhD wrote Innovation Secrets from the Front Lines to help business leaders like you overcome innovation obstacles via her proven formula for building innovation. According to Susan, "Without understanding how to make it thrive, innovation can be hard to create and sustain." Susan is an innovation and leadership expert with a PhD in psychology. For 18+ years, she has been advising Fortune 500 CEOs, executive teams, and 1,000+ business leaders. When she served as Best Buy's Senior VP—Innovation and Leadership, Susan designed a program that delivered $230M+ through innovation in just 3 years. Info: www.marcinelliconsulting.com
Are you on track – or have you even taken your first baby step – to reach your Ideal Future? "Far too many times, we've heard people say, 'Why can't I get ahead?' or 'I wish I had that', yet they keep spinning their wheels," say Roe and Don Polczynski, Jr., Personal Leadership experts with a combined 35 years of management experience. They co-authored Changing Your Equation, a personal development toolkit to share their story and to help you reach your own Ideal Future. Topics: What is your blind spot that's holding you back? Take a selfie to "see" the real you. Break free from your negativity. Info: www.ChangingYourEquation.com
Join Flo Anthony is a syndicated celebrity radio host and columnist and Danny Tisdale host of the best show in Harlem, The Danny Tisdale Show during Woman's History Month as they talk about Flo being the first, tips for other writers, her inspirations, of course her fave place in Harlem and everything else in the world of Harlem.
All on this week’s edition of The Danny Tisdale Show; the Saturday morning radio show hosted by businessman, visual artist and former Harlem Community Board member Danny Tisdale.
Check out more great Harlem World Radio interviews here, itunes, soundcloud, or download them wherever you get your podcasts.
Year By The Water by Sam Horn
This on demand audio is a part of the The Game Changer Network Series. Chicke Fitzgerald interviews Sam Horn. The original live interview was on 3.31.17
What if you played hooky for a day? What would you do? Where would you go?
After her 20-something son told Sam Horn, “You’ve created a life where you can do anything you want and you’re not taking advantage of it,” she realized he was right and there was no present like the time – and no time like the present – to take her business on the road and combine her work and recreation in a YEAR BY THE WATER.
What she experienced along the way disrupted everything she thought she knew about responsibility and the value of “hard work.” Many of us are taking responsibility to an extreme by working ourselves to death and taking care of everyone else but our self.
The good news is, you don’t have to quit your job, win the lottery, take off on a road trip or walk away from your responsibilities to lead a life you love. All you have to do is get crystal clear about what matters to YOU and start bringing more of that into your work, career, relationships and life.
Sam is founder, and CEO of the INTRIGUE AGENCY- http://www.intrigueagency.com/ helps people create respectful, collaborative, compelling, one-of-a-kind communications and projects that scale their income and positive influence – for good.
Sam’s websites are http://samhorn.com/, http://serendestiny.com/ and http://www.intrigueagency.com/
This show is a preview- Sam’s book will be published in 2018.
On this episode:
Entertainment Chop: The Netflix April/Spring list is HERE and we run down a list of the best new additions. Plus KG and ToyuhGee toss out suggestions of other must-watch shows for your chill session.
Excellence Chop: This episode focuses on the surprising NCAA Women's Tournament run led by Mississippi State's Morgan William and celebrates the historic college policy debate championship run of Rutgers University-Newark students Nicole Nave, Devane Murphy, and coach Ryan Wash.
Social Chop: Are we in a New Black Renaissance? We lay out the facts and stand in awe of the way blackness and black people are shaping everything from pop culture to the arts and sciences.
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