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  • Smoking Cessation With Hypnotherapy

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    Most people who come to see me to quit smoking have tried several other means to quit including medical interventions, laser, the patch, nicotine gum and cold turkey. Some of my clients have told me things like “Quitting smoking is EASY! I have done that 100 times!” while others say they have had little success with quitting smoking for any length of time at all.
    Thankfully Hypnotherapy can help anyone who truly wants help to quit smoking.
    A 2004 article by Gary R. Elkins and M. Hasan Rajab in ‘The International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis reported the results of a 3-session workshop. 81% acknowledged that they had completely ceased smoking immediately following the workshop. Twelve months later, 48% reported that had never smoked at all following the workshop. Maybe not perfect. But this was only three sessions. And these smoking cessation sessions would have been conducted with an entire group of participants instead of one on one, as mine are conducted. This means that there would not have been the personalizing of suggestions and hypnotic technique to suite the client that you receive working with me on an individual level.
    In this episode, Ill teach you how to get even better results by personalizing sessions and listening for the relevant information that needs to be addressed with your client

  • Coding Boot Camp, With Mark Edward Walker, Guest!

    in Self Help

    Join Omi in a discussion with Mark Edward Walker. He will be talking about their six-month Boot Camp Coding program He will be breaking down the cost and the payment plan. Also how their program is different from the other online programs. join us by calling into the program at 646-478-0270
    Omiyinka <omiyinka1@gmail.com>
    Mar 14 (3 days ago)
    Become a full stack developer
    Full stack developers are comfortable working on both the frontend and backend of websites. They handle how the site looks and how it functions behind the scenes. These boot camps are more intensive - but they are guaranteed to land you a job. Financing options are available.
    Become a data scientist
    Become a frontend developer
    Frontend engineers build what you see. They code layouts and webpage elements in HTML, CSS, JavaScript, and more. 
    Become a backend developer
    Backend engineers write code to sends files, interact with databases, and handle secure processes like authentication

  • SiGnOtHeTiMeS w Sister Andriane & Queen Tahiyrah TOPIC: DIET N THE NU BLACK

    in Motivation

    917-889-8059 AND Please dont forget to push 1 to come into the Dialogue.... See you on the airwaves! ~QT~ 

  • Thunder and lighting out of the community. # 633

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    Join sister Judith and me. On seeking solutions for sisters.

  • Shakeena Whitmore Interviews Kimberly Coleman

    in Motivation

    Kimberly Holiday Coleman is powerful and heartfelt motivational speaker, author and women health advocate. She is a wife of 17 years, mom of 6 children, University of Houston Alum- 2013, Sigma Phi Omega, Inc.- Alum/Former National Board President, travel enthusiast (7 different countries/study abroad in France), speaks French/Spanish, Domestic Abuse Survivor, Survivor of childhood physical/sexual abuse), and recently overcame a fourteen-months battle with Stage 2 Colo-rectal Cancer. Kimberly is a survivor who is on a mission to raise awareness in hopes of educating others on this horrible disease. She is of woman of faith who gives God,all the credit for turning her test into her testimony and allowing her to use her mess as a message of hope.

  • Khu Khem: An Afrikan Spirituality Clinic ft. Netjer Neb

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    Khu Khem: An Afrikan Spirituality Clinic ft. Netjer Neb 
    Peace and Black Power Family,
    Welcome to another episode of Khu Khem Radio broadcasting live every 4th Friday 8PM EST live on Do Tha Knowledge Radio by the dynamic host and founder Henensu High Priest Aankhu Menu Saa Benu. On this special episode of Khu Khem we will be joined by Netjer Neb of Pr nTr Recearch Center to discuss the importance of ritual and tradition to the upliftment and revitalization of Afrikan people and our communities. We will also deal with hot topics such as the mdw nTr, what it is and what what it is not, has it been deciphered? Can you read it? Can you speak it? Etc. Also brother Netjer Neb will discuss the nature of his work, his latest projects and much more! THIS IS NOT ONE TO MISS!!!. Call in live to phone number 515-605-9360 and press 1 with your questions or comments. Here is the link to listen remotely: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/dothaknowledgeradio/2017/03/25/khu-khem-an-afrikan-spirituality-clinic-ft-netjer-neb

  • Stop Child Abuse Now (SCAN) - 1580

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    Tonight's special guest is Terri Cunningham from Butte, Montana, an adult survivor of child abuse, incest, sibling abuse and domestic abuse. Early in her childhood, Terry grew up with ah alcoholic father, and an especially violent mother. "I watched her pull knives and guns on my dad threatening to kill him," she says. At the same time she suffered violent abuse at the hands of her older brother, virtually from the time she was born. Beginning when she was 3, Terri was sexually abused by her babysitting uncle. "I started drinking and doing drugs at the beginning of my teen years," Terri tells me. "At 15 I began to be molested by another uncle. Also at 15 I cut my wrist." She continues, "I also told my mom about the earlier molestation. She said she knew something had happened to me and thought it was my dad. I couldn’t get past the thought that she knew and did nothing to stop it or protect me" Terri would go on to attempt suicide several times. She married at 18 and quickly had children, briefly sobering up for the pregnancies. "At 26 I had my first flashback which led me to jail and then finally to treatment," Terri says. "I just thought I was losing my mind. They put words to my insanity. I began to talk about the abuse." It took a while, but she now has what she describes as 'an amazing life'. She gives back in numerous ways. Her poetry has been well received on Facebook and she's the co-author of the book 'We Choose To Thrive'. "I am a voice for the voiceless," she says. "My biggest struggle was always the isolation, so I want others to know they don’t have to go through this alone. There is help and hope. Please reach out and tell somebody."

  • How Do You Know When It Is Time To Move On?

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    You are at a job and you are no longer happy. You have attended the same church for several years, and you no longer feel at home. You have been friends for years, but now the loyalty is seemingly gone. Your marriage doesn't have the spice anymore.
    How do you know it is time to move on? Join Dr. Richardson in discussion on Friday, March 24th at 9 pm.

  • Business and Product Showcase

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    Have Tea with Blase Sylvester & Valora Lockett, Tonight at 9:30 pm EST. on a journey to becoming Your AUTHENTIC Self.
    Blase Sylvester is an Inspirational, Motivational Speaker Podcast Host, Reiki Practitioner and a Health Coach.
    Co-Host Valora Lockett has a Bachelor of Arts (BA) Media Arts, Communication, Journalism, and Related Programs.
     Join Blase, Valora, and guest, Karen Keith, and Darvi Molina Callazo in conversation live at -(347) 324-5185.
    “We found that one business model stood out from the rest. This particular business model creates passive income, but requires relatively little cash investment to start up. It has very low overhead, and can be operated on a flexible part-time basis until it generates enough cash flow for the entrepreneur to transition out of his current full-time job. That business model is called network marketing…” ~ Robert Kiyosaki, The Business of the 21st Century
    In network marketing, the whole point is not to sell a product but to build a network, an army of people who are all representing that same product or service to share with others.” ~ Robert Kiyosaki, The Business of the 21st Century
    Contact Blase at 315-333-2377    Email: info@Iamasuccessstory.com

  • Heart 2 Heart

    in Relationships

    9:00 am Saturdays (Eastern), "Heart 2 Heart," host Etta Banks: 
    Join The Rev. Etta Banks every Saturday to discuss relationships with ourselves, our men, and God. 

  • Episode 61: The ‘Dynamic Factor’ in Diversity | Part 4 Born This Way

    in Motivation

    There are true fighters amongst us. No, I am not talking about those who have seen the battlefield of military combat, but those who have overcome the negative stigma and stereotypes to live their life in a unapologetic way. They refuse to let the negative value of one person determine their self-value.
    In continuing with our theme of, "Disability the Dynamic Factor" for the month of March, I caught up with Amy, a 20 year old blogger from Birmingham, UK who was born with the disability (PFFD) a shortening of one leg. Because of this condition Amy always wore a prosthesis but at age 8 she also had the affected foot amputated to get a better fitting prostheses which allowed her to be more independent. 
    Yet, Amy always struggled so much with negative self-confidence issues. She did view herself in a positive ligh. It was not until she saw children with the same condition and thought about her impact on them that she turned her negativity into a positive. She set out on a quest to become a great role model.
    Has she ever. She began a blog and within two weeks she has impacted hundreds of lives. 
    She is guaranteed to impact yours today. 
    Create your new normal with my guest UK Amy.
    About the host:
    John Register, Paralympic Silver Medalist | Inspirational Catalyst | Change Management Speaker | Author | Long Jump Record Holder | Gulf War Vet | Disability Rights Advocate | 2 x TEDx Speaker who shows business leaders and sports professionals how to courageously step up to championship performance by walking in the new normal.