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  • Compassionate Loving Saviours Save Lives!

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    What can be more important than saving ourselves from death?  What value is a dead human being to self or others!  This is not going to be a morbid topic it will be full of life and the life values conscious beings bring to life!  If you have been taught to dislike business you may feel differently after you listen in.  If you have been taught to follow blindly you may feel differently after you listen in.  If you are sick of following politics you will be lifted up by the wonder minds at work!   
    Cheers to geniuses working with love and compassion to save lives, yours and mine!  Imagine finding the cure to aging so we save others who die from various diseases.  Imagine controlling nature so we don't have earthquakes.  It is possible with a little help from our friends and in support of the geniuses in society. It is New thinking, or is it?

  • Joy Howard, CMO of Sonos debuts Apple Music on Sonos

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    To mark the global availability of Apple Music on Sonos, today Sonos released the findings of a global study that shows the transformative power of listening to music out loud at home. The “Music Makes it Home” Study found that listening to music out loud is linked to stronger relationships, more intimacy, happier families
    The Music Makes it Home Study was designed to explore the behaviors and attitudes of families to music listening in the home, and included a 30,000 person survey conducted in eight countries. The second element of the study was a two-week experiment in thirty homes in those same countries.
     65% of people find those with a good taste in music more attractive, 61% of people say listening out loud has led to more household hang out. People who say they listen to music out loud together are more intimate (three times more) and more than a third of music lovers would give up sex before music. Households with music on cleaned up together 34% more, had spontaneous dance parties 19% more, and even said “I love you” 17% more than silent homes. Families who play music out loud spend an extra night per week having dinner together, compared to those with no music at all
    Joy Howard, chief marketing officer at Sonos, can share more about the results of the Music Makes it Home Study, including the transformative power of listening to music.
    Joy Howard joined Sonos as the global Chief Marketing Officer in June. Prior to Sonos, she led global marketing for Patagonia.  She joined Patagonia from NIKE, where she was the Vice President of Global Marketing for Converse All Star.Prior to NIKE, Joy developed her marketing chops at Coca-Cola where she served as Global Marketing Director for its joint venture with Nestlé. She started her career in marketing at Johnson & Johnson Consumer Products Company. 

  • Signs You Are Living Your Extraordinary Life #1: Let your light shine bright!

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    Do you let your light shine bright and bold? Some areas or your life yes...some areas no. First, appreciate what you are doing well! Then, decide if it is time to step into MORE in those other areas. If your answer is it is not time, let's talk about specific steps to take to create the umph so you do feel like it is time!

  • Using Amtrak To Get To Your Next Triathlon

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    Are you mapping out your triathlon schedule for the 2016 season? Consider using Amtrak to get to your next race. With the introduction of their bicycle racks, it’ll be easier than ever to bring everything you need to podium! Craig Schulz of Amtrak, will be talking with Hilary on the new bicycle racks, scheduling options and more. Tune in today! 

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    Meaningful Moments: Ritual and Reflection When a Child Dies

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    On today's show we are interviewing Rana Limbo and Kathie Kobler, co-authors of "Meaningful Moments: Ritual and Reflection When a Child Dies" book. They will share with us insights of the book and touching stories.

  • This, That, and the Other Show - Feb 2016

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    In 2016, now and then we will broadcast This, That and The Other Show. This show will be the first one of the year. James Moore Jr., Sam Ennon and one other will be a guest. We are going to talk Black Hair Care and other Entrepreneurial business. We will also kick of our “Become a Reader” Program, and look at the current social ills along with the political presidential election landscape. We are going to be looking for you to participate by calling in at toll-free 347-237-4908. Don’t miss it and other surprises during the show.  
    HcofA BTR’s sponsored by our parent company, CHIIA Group’s website at http://hcofa.net/ and our host’s fourth and latest book honoring his father, entitled; Remembering Moz, Gracie and John Hampton’s First-Born at http://outskirtspress.com/webPage/isbn/9781478766056  Or visit our host Author Page at Amazon.com’s following link,  http://www.amazon.com/-/e/B017TYFKBI

  • Preaching the Kingdom Of God with Bishop JH Howard

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    Life drama, children, blended families, culture issues, community concerns, creative people, social concerns, relationships, spirituality, cooking, traveling, dreaming out loud, entrepreneurship, baby mama drama, baby daddy drama, self-esteem, self-worth, teen drama, self-respect, character building, racism, sports, interactive, stinking thinking, mindsets, role models, mentors, bullying, peer pressure, neighborhoods, creative thinking, mental illness, impaired thinking, poor impulses, ... profiling, social conscience , sense of right and wrong, family dynamics, environments, social justice, moving forward, positive people, integrity, honor, home associations, economy, education, we the consumers, child development, stages of life, liberty, empowerment, embracing life challenges, keep life moving, self-evaluations, assessments, political red tape, it's who you know not what you know

  • Happy Hour Radio: A Toast to Diversity

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    Join Nancy Reid & Lisa D. Smith, mother-daughter travel team and publishers of Big Blend Radio & TV Magazine, for Big Blend Radio’s Happy Hour variety show, that airs live from the historic Coronado Motor Hotel in Yuma, Arizona, the hotel headquarters for the Big Blend Spirit of America Tour of all 409 National Park units. On This Episode: - The Committee - Best-selling author Terry E. Hill discusses his fourth novel ‘The Committee’, a beguiling tale that twirls Illuminati conspiracy, New Orleans voodoo, American politics and a subplot gay affair in a delicious twist of turbulence and turmoil. - National Part for Stonewall – Chad Lord, Senior Director of the Waters Program & Government Affairs for the National Parks Conservation Association, talks about the campaign to preserve the area around Stonewall Inn in New York City, the birthplace of the modern LGBT movement, as the first LGBT-themed national park site. - Colonel Charles Young – Dana Dierkes, Public Affairs Specialist for Sequoia & Kings Canyon National Parks, talks about Col. Charles Young, who was appointed acting superintendent of Sequoia and General Grant national parks in 1903, becoming the first black superintendent of a national park.

  • KNOT: Is Complete Honesty Necessary or Detrimental in a Relationship?

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    Follow us on Twitter: KNOT = @knotradiotalk; Dantea = @jusTay_willdo; Nieama = @nieamab; O.T. = @DocPorterOT
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    Call in at 661-449-9318
    Honesty is the best policy, or so the saying goes, correct? However, is honesty actually the best policy? While the truth quite possibly “shall set you free” – does that freedom mean free from your current relationship? There is definitely decorum when it comes to the role honesty plays in relationships and the importance of maintaining that honesty. However, can complete honesty be a relationship destroyer instead of a building tool? Are lies, untruths, selective deletion, or clever wording acceptable when they are not malicious and intended to protect another person? Let’s talk about it!