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It's graduation season, join our round table discussion on Perspectives as we celebrate with the class of 2013 as they share with us their education experiences and how they intend to contribute in their respective communities with their acquired knowledge and skills. We will also be joined by the Harrison Scholars foundation executive team with the second recipient of the Dorothy H. Harrison scholarship, Joseph Kabaso who recently graduated. The foundation's executive team will be announcing the winner of the 2013 scholarship winner live on the show as the potential candidates will join us for this momentous occasion. Join us Saturday for a great celebration with the class of 2013 on their academic achievement and the winner of the 2013 Harrison scholarship
How To Use Your Achievements As A Spring Board For More Success When achievements come your way, do you monetize your success? This week, Dr. Dave and Ali will be sharing with you how you can use any level of achievement as a spring board for more success.
Roger Ross Williams, the director, God Loves Uganda, which opens theatrically Nov. 1 in San Francisco at the Roxie Theatre, joins us for an interview. Roger Ross Williams directed and produced Music by Prudence, winner of the 2010 Academy Award for documentary short subject. He is the first African American to win an Oscar for directing and producing a film. He has produced and directed dozens of hours of non-fiction programming for major television networks and cable channels. Williams has won numerous awards for his work. Currently, Williams has several projects in development, including a feature narrative film about the African American Baptist church titled Black Sheep. Visit http://www.godlovesuganda.com/ We close with a show recorded June 19, which closes with an interview with two directors, KATHERINE FAIRFAX WRIGHT - filmmaker; MALIKA ZOUHALI-WORRALL - filmmaker and LONGJONES - subject from the film, Call Me Kuchu, which screened at Frameline June 19, 2012. The film depicts the last year in the life of David Kato, a courageous, quick-witted and steadfast man whose wisdom and achievements were not fully recognized until after his death. While heartbreaking, the documentary traces a narrative that takes the viewer beyond the chronicle of victimization depicted in international news media: it tells the nuanced story of David and Kampala’s kuchus as they work to change their fate, and that of other kuchus across Africa.depicts the last year in the life of a courageous, quick-witted and steadfast man whose wisdom and achievements were not fully recognized until after his death.
Our guest today is Gale Glassner Twersky.
Gale Glassner Twersky, A.C.H. is a HypnoCounselor/Hypnotherapist, Top Selling Nightingale CD and Book Author, Motivational Speaker and President of Glassner Associates Hypnosis for Personal Growth and Wellness since 1999. Glassner Associates Hypnosis operates from both the East and West Coasts and provides services for Internet clients as well.
Gale is certified in Advanced Clinical Hypnotherapy and has several specialty certifications including Past Life Hypnosis, Hypno-anesthesia and Spiritual Counseling. Additionally, as a certified Hypnosis Instructor, Gale leads the Glassner Associates’ hypnosis certification training program. Besides this program, Gale recently developed the specialty training for Reprogram Your Subconscious Practitioners who earn certification as Reprogramming Hypnosis Specialists.
In 1993 Gale founded Soul Sisters, a personal growth and spiritual development group that still is active in NJ. For seven years Gale served as a columnist writing articles about hypnosis and HypnoCounseling for the Montclair Life and Leisure newspaper.
In 2005 Gale authored and recorded in partnership with Nightingale-Conant, Corp., the 9-CD program, Reprogram Your Subconscious: How to Use Hypnosis to Get What You Really Want that quickly became and still is a Top Seller since 2005. In 2006 Gale published her single CD, Relax, Release and Dream On that has been #1 Spoken Word MP3 on Amazon.com. In 2010 Gale Glassner Assoc., Inc, published the updated and expanded book/eBook edition of Reprogram Your Subconscious: How to Use Hypnosis to Get What You Really Want and that too, has been a best seller on Amazon.
The International Hypnosis Federation has recognized Gale’s achievements by honoring her with their “Excellence in Communications” award in 2010.
**please note, this is a replay of a previously broadcasted show - no callers will be taken**
Join Host Nicole Brandon and her guest - Numerologist Julian Michael.
Following an introductory interview Julian will do some Numerology Readings for callers.
JULIAN MICHAEL is a Numerology Life Coach, Reiki Master, Hypnotherapist, Past-Life Regressionist and Writer who has guided thousands of people to create and materialize their heart’s desires. Julian utilizes his special intuitive expertise and alternative healing modalities, combined with the sacred art of Numerology to reveal and help you fulfill your true destiny.
Julian’s achievements and enlightening work empowers everyone from business executives, psychologists, to all age groups of people to celebrities creating a worldwide demand for his talents.
His success is owed to his charismatic, entertaining style, refreshingly original approach and his truly authentic intuitive gifts. Julian calls home wherever he may be – Athens, New York, Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paulo, Hawaii or Los Angeles. Watch out for his Empowerment parties and Soirees in your hometown.
Julian’s Celebrity readings include appearing at Flaunt Magazine Oscar House in the Hollywood Hills and Showtime Golden Globes Gift Houses. Celebrities who have experienced Julian’s magic include: Jim Carrey, Eddie Murphy, Baba Ram Dass, Jon Voight, Dominick Dunne, Sally Kirkland, Stephen Collins, Kevin Kline, Corey Feldman, Bud Cort, Elizabeth Berkley, Cloris Leachman, Peace Mom, Cindy Sheehan, Eunice Kennedy, Sargent Shriver and Alanis Morrissette.
As co-founder, President and CEO of NucoreVision, Inc., Ted Fells brings more than twelve years of executive management experience within the federal government contracting arena. An accomplished strategist, his expertise in the areas of project management and consulting, business development have led to the company's significant venture growth in other areas to include information assurance, network engineering, web based application development and training services. Ted Fells has also earned the reputation for being fair, dedicated, and always accessible to NucoreVision's customer base, which includes the Department of Defense, and various other Federal Department agencies. Ted Fells is committed to initiating a positive change within his church and local community and also encourages others to do so. As a result of his commitment, NucoreVision launched various community services initiatives through numerous causes. Ted Fells has also been recognized for his achievements as an Outstanding Entrepreneur Under 40 by the Minority Diversity Council, named as one of the Top 100 Small Businesses in Maryland by DiversityBusiness.com, winner of the first ICE Small Business Award of Excellence by the Morehouse University Entrepreneurship Program, honored as one of the 50 Most Powerful CEOs by Minority Enterprise Executive Council, honored as a Top Minority Supplier of the Year by the MDDC Minority Supplier Development Council, and nominated for the SBA Minority Small Business Person of the Year award. Ted Fells is an alumnus of Norfolk State University, where he received a BS in Management and Computer Information Systems, as well as a member of the Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Incorporated.
National Geographic senior writer Dan Vergano explains the achievements of this year's Nobel Prize science winners. More Republican hypocrisy on healthcare. Good News Wednesday. Willamette Week's Andrea Damewood on an FBI informant in Portland? Day in History: The Yom Kippur War.
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We had some technical issues but as always shifted around them to do a short shift. Attitudes around accomplishment - the good and the bad! On tonight's short shift we look at how some people don't like to see others succeed, they diminish the scope of the accomplishment, they use other's success to promote themselves. Time to shift to an attitude where you truly are happy for another's achievements. Find out more about the TV show project that is in the running for Lifetime's Unscripted TV Show Development Pipeline Contest and the accomplishments of the producing team.
Join us after this shift on our G+ show. Find access to it on www.theattitudeshift.com
Brought to you by the ever shifting attitudes of Donna M. Butler, Siobhan Shaw & Abbie de Vera.
1 minute Promo: http://youtu.be/c6v2QlDsIj8
The University of Rio Grande URG/RGCC is a learner-centered community. It provides support, developmental activities and modern equipment for faculty, staff and students. This enables the faculty and staff to increase the learning and academic achievements of the students
This week on Business Talk, it is our pleasure to feature Dr. Donna Mitchell, Dean of Health & Behavioral Sciences, School of Allied Health at the University of Rio Grande/Rio Grande Community College on Wednesday October 23, 2013 at 1:00 in the afternoon on our Internet Radio and Educational Access TV Program.
Dr. Mitchell will discuss:
Multiple Disciplines / Educational Programs Selective Admission with Many Courses of Study Hands-On Approaches in Tandem with Formalized Learning Trip to Wales – Service Learning Projects for Students Dr. Mitchell oversees many exciting and focused educational disciplines. With a staff of quality educators, the programs have been highly successful in opening vocational pathways for students wanting to attain their dream-positions.
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Tonight we will be talking about GTA V problems, WWE Roster and achievements, Steam Box teaser, and much more.