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  • Are You a Blame Shifter? Or, I take full Responsibility

    in Psychology

    ake full Responsibility Do you shift the blame from yourself to others? You were told by your boss to complete a report and have it done by June 31st. However you decide to take it upon yourself to delegate to your co-worker because you have another project to finish on the same date. The Co-worker out of the kindness of their heart helps you with a project to the best of their ability. You receive the report and forward to your boss received the project. Unfortunately, the project was not completed to the standard you and your boss agreed upon. Who is to blame you or the coworker? We all can have times we are wrong thing and don't take responsibility, but blame others. Communication is key when it comes to working people and getting and giving instruction. When things don't go right, you have to take the responsibility not shift blame. Adam and Eve get this in the garden of Eden when they were told not to eat from the. Adam, and the serpent all shifted to play teach other God In His infinite wisdom knew the truth. . Learn skills today on the importance of not shifting the blame.

  • We Need To Talk- Tough Conversations in Healthcare

    in Science

    This is a weekly Live call-in show pertaining to healthcare issues where medicine and health intersect with law, policy and journalism which literally means everything pertaining to health these days. The show is produced by students at Arizona State University's (ASU) College of Health solutions.  The show is co hosted by Dr. Greg Mayer, a surgeon and palliative care doctor; Professor Swapna Reddy, an attorney and policy and health disparities expert and Dr. Joseph Sirven, a neurologist and journalist.  All co hosts are faculty at ASU's College of Health Solutions.  We will are ready for your questions..  Join us for the tough conversation on the Opioid crisis

  • Part 3: CUTV News Radio Welcomes Back Dr. Vatsala S. Sastry

    in Medicine

    Brooksville, FL - What do Hepatitis C, HIV, streptococcus, the flu, and Lyme disease have in common?  They are all examples of some of the thousands of infectious diseases prevalent throughout the world.
    Dr. Sastry is a highly accomplished infectious disease doctor for over twenty-nine years.
    “Making an excellent diagnosis is extremely critical to standing up to infectious diseases,” says Dr Sastry.  “Our goal is to heal what we can heal.  In order to prevent serious complications from arising from infectious diseases I never give up on my patients to come up with an accurate diagnosis and highly effective treatment. My whole purpose is to help patients regain their health so they can move on and live happy lives.”
    We have made incredible progress with many more serious infectious diseases such as Hepatitis C and HIV but are still struggling with the more challenging problem from Lyme disease yet Dr. Sastry sees great potential for eventual progress and advancement.
    “Prevention is always key like washing our hands, getting vaccinated, and practicing safe sex,” says Dr. Sastry. “But even more ideally it’s critical to place healthy bacteria back inside our bodies and there are three exceptional highly potent methodologies we can utilize.”
    “I highly recommend people take extra precaution when dealing with infectious diseases,” says Dr. Sastry.  “Ideally you should examine different solutions but find natural ways work best like diet and exercise.  I would encourage everyone to be motivated, positive, and wholeheartedly love your body so you can maintain your health and can enjoy life to the fullest.”

  • Mental Health:What Happens When You're Not Living Your Passion?

    in Psychology

    Mental Health Canon pack your passion for life. However, did you know sometime your passion for life can be manifested as depression because you're not doing what you want to do. Do you have a dream that other than telling you you cannot do? Do you have that dream job you want? wherever you want to be in life it's all up to you in your mind, body and spirit will impact that.

  • Discovery and Meaning of Cyclic Time with Jules Boles

    in Science

     Our most precious and accepted scientific principles, built over millennia by luminaries including Einstein, Darwin and Hawking, are all built on one basic idea, that time is a straight line. However, logical contradictions that arise are given ever-more improbable explanations to fill the gaps - string theory, dark matter, parallel universes. It just doesn’t add up. 
    But what if time is not a straight line? What if time is a circle with a relatively short repeating cycle? Everything falls neatly into place.
    Welcome to Flash Time: a revolutionary new world view book written by today's special guest Jules Boles. Flash Time is a challenge to everything we think we know. It is an idea he developed over decades, based on inconsistencies in science, even though his original intention was actually to disprove cyclic time. 
    Flash Time is a revolutionary new way of looking at the universe and our place in it by seeing time as a cycle rather than a line. It is a truly mind-bending book that will change how you think about the world around you. As a result,our most persistent scientific inconsistencies are swept away, along with all our biggest scientific assumptions, and a new ‘Theory of Everything’ that really works is presented. 
    To quote Jules, “I found an Earth-shatteringly different universe - one that travels from order to chaos and back again. The world’s fate is not as bleak as it seems today: nature has a powerful ability to restore order when we create chaos.”
     Jules Boles, FGA, FRGS is a geologist at the British Gemmological Institute.
     
     

  • Vanessa Orr Returns to the show

    in Social Sciences

    I am excited  because I am going to have Vanessa back to talk to Barbara's daughter Priscilla. We are becoming a family and its interesting to see everyone relating and getting to know one another. I love doing these shows and having everyone hear thse wonderful people and learning so much from them.  I know you will all love hearing what they have to say and hearing what they want to say to Priscilla , this is going to be one great show make sure and tune in 

  • Living With the Flow of Synchronicity with Sky Nelson-Isaacs

    in Science

    Synchronicity or meaningful coincidence has been something philosophers and scientists have wondered about for decades. Most of us have experienced it at least once. You are on a much anticipated road trip and your vehicle breaks down. As you’re waiting by the side of the road a mechanic who specializes in just that type of car drives up and lends a hand. Is this just chance? Can two events be related in a meaningful way without one causing the other? If so, what does this tell us about the cosmos? Can we live in such a way and make choices that encourage synchronicity? Is that something we should strive for?
    In Living in Flow: The Science of Synchronicity and How Your Choices Shape Your World,  today's special guest, physicist Sky Nelson-Isaacs turns to quantum mechanics to seek answers. Adhering to what we know from science, while offering a provocative new hypothesis, Nelson-Isaacs proposes that the cosmos may be designed to bring us meaningful, synchronistic experiences in response to the choices we make.
    When we live in “flow,” a state of activity in which we align with our purpose and values, balancing our personal good with the greater good, we make choices that invite synchronicity. In addition to a layperson’s explanation of the possible physics behind synchronicity, Nelson-Isaacs shows how cultivating flow can empower us individually and help make our world a better place.
    Sky Nelson-Isaacs is a physics educator, speaker, author, and musician. He has a masters degree in physics from San Francisco State University, with a thesis in String Theory, and a BS in physics from UC Berkeley. Nelson-Isaacs has dedicated his life to finding his own sense of purpose, beginning as a student of the Yogic master Sri Swami Satchidananda when he was less than five years old. 

  • Within The Chaos Special Guest Hayley Ramsey

    in Science

    Hayley A. Ramsey
    Born and raised in a small town in Texas, Hayley is now a world traveler, a college student studying archaeology and astronomy, and upcoming author, and has been to many different sites with archaeologists, anthropologists, and researchers like herself to study our ancient past. Her main areas of interest include archeoastronomy, ancient Goddess lore, ancient megalithic sites, and pre-Columbian contact. So far, her research has taken her across the globe to Europe, the United Kingdom, and Central and South America. She is a member of New England Antiquities Research Association, and the World Explorers Club. Currently she is working on an archaeological project connecting ancient sites across the U.S. Hayley is always on the lookout for new sites and discoveries!

  • 8 Tips to Cut Your Tax Bill in Half

    in Environment

    8 Tips to Cut Your Tax Bill in Half