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Join us as we have fun with our MPowering guest griot Rev Val Love who never felt like she fit in. She had big feet, skinny legs and nagging low self esteem and she was weird. She barely spoke. She saw things it seemed like people couldn't or didn't see. She felt things she couldn't explain and she knew things and she couldn't explain how she knew them. We all are children of the creator and were given gifts unique to us. Your gift is different from mine and mine is different from everyone else's. Over the past year I, DaONE, host of 3RD Eye Open have counseled, coached, spoke with, mentored and broadcast to tens of thousands of people around the globe and the number one challenge people are having by a large percentage is discovering and accepting that unique gift and purpose. Often we believe our purpose or gift lies in our occupation, be it a doctor, lawyer, mechanic, med tech, real estate agent, and so on, but those are mostly learned skills and not gifts. Your gift is something you do without much effort, it comes naturally and easily to you. It's something you do without regard for pay because it's so abundant to you that you don't worry about it's value or cost to you. When you are working in your gift you can do it all day and enjoy doing it each time you do it. Where we get confused most times is that we don't really value it because it comes easy and there really isn't a job description or title for it. Gifts seem like a hobby very often. If you give your gift away it will make a way for you. We don't need to go and buy presents to give away, give the gift the creator gave you. If it will sustain you all of your life what will it do for those you give it to?
"A man's gift maketh room for him, and bringeth him before great men."
"Why Women Don't Find The Man They Are Looking For!" Get With The Program Ladies! Hosted by Jerome Tucker. Like all things there is a process to having a good relationship and finding a mate. It's not like getting a new car. all Toyotas are the same. All Benzos are the same but men and women are uniquely created so there is no cookie cutter for personality, character, respect, gratitude, honor or loyalty. You have to do the work. It doesn't have to be hard but you will have to work the process to be the most successful. Once you've seen the "Circles" you will clearly see why you haven't been successful and you will know how to become successful in anything you do with our ownexpert known as The "Circle Lady" Master Journaler & CEO of Always Journal, ALYCIA JOHNSON
It's Freedom Friday 3RD EYE OPEN Music, Comedy and Fun hosted by Jerome "DaONE" Tucker with co-host CEO of Always Journal, Master Journaler & The "Circle Lady" ALYCIA JOHNSON featuring Howard University Alum and Washington Historian The "Encyclo-negro-pedia", C. R. GIBBS, Connecting (Not His-storical) MyStorical Dots From Generation to Generation".
"Most People Don't Really Know Me!" - Marion Barry Jr. Those are the first words written in his book. 3RD EYE OPEN celebrates Marion Barry Jr. as an American Icon. Young Marion became an Eagle Scout and earned a degree in chemistry from LeMoyne College in Memphis in 1958. As a sophomore, Mr. Barry joined the LeMoyne chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People and became chapter president his senior year.While studying for his master’s degree at Fisk University in Nashville, he organized a campus N.A.A.C.P. chapter. Early in 1960, he helped organize the first lunch counter sit-ins in Nashville. That April, he and other student leaders met with the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. to establish the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee. Mr. Barry became its first national chairman. After a year as a teaching assistant at the University of Tennessee. In June 1965 he moved to Washington, where reporters occasionally referred to him as a “dashiki-clad militant.” A powerful speaker and street campaigner, he began pressing for home rule for the District of Columbia, a battle eventually won. He had found fertile political soil, since residents had only recently won the right to vote in presidential elections and had virtually no say in governing themselves. In 1967, Mr. Barry started a jobs program for poor blacks, winning federal grants worth several million dollars. He won his first election in February 1970, to a citizens’ board created to smooth relations between police officers and black residents. In 1978 he ran for mayor and defeated the incumbent, Walter E. Washington
Join special guest griot Chairman & Founder of The Zoe Network , Organizer, Community Activist, Spiritual Motivator, President & Owner R.O.U. Marketing International Inc,Talent Manager & Agent- World-Wide Talent Agency Dr. & Mrs. ROUSSAN ETIENNE Jr. as we discuss LOVE. What is love? How do you know if you are in love. Can love hurt. Is love what you thought it would be? We will explore the relationship between a man and a woman and how the ying and the yang go together to create something special when done right. Many people believe their love has gone, has it? What do you do to show your significant other that you love them? Do they see your expression of your love towards them? Is it love if the other person doesn't feel loved? Hosted by
"DaONE" & "RED" TUCKER
CEO of Always Journal,
Master Journaler & The "Circle Lady"
ALYCIA & MIKE JOHNSON
Howard University Alum
BETTY & CARROL "C.R." GIBBS
Connecting (Not His-storical) MyStorical Dots
From Generation to Generation"