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  • 01:00

    Something's Brewing with Casey and John - Gratitude and Trust

    in Entertainment

    Gratitude and Trust? will be our main topic of discussion on Monday at 11:30am


    It was an honor for Casey McDougal? and me to volunteer for the Gratitude and Trust Summit at the 92nd street Y today. I decided to take my camera. Thank you to Casey McDougal for making the trip in from Connecticut! And as always THANK YOU to Paul Williams? and Tracey Jackson? for always being so kind to this little Puerto Rican. :)


    Show Link: 


    http://www.blogtalkradio.com/somethingsbrewing/2015/06/15/somethings-brewing-with-casey-and-john--festivals


    Our show starts live at 11:30am sharp and our call in line is (646) 200-4173. 


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    https://www.facebook.com/pages/Somethings-Brewing/277421519111208


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    John Henry Soto www.johnhenrysoto.com
    Casey McDougal http://www.CaseyMcDougal.com/

  • 00:59

    Something's Brewing with Casey and John - Festivals

    in Entertainment

    Join us Monday June 1st at 11:30am for another episode of Something's Brewing.  Today we will discuss the world of film festivals!  The process.  The do's and the Don't's.  The successes and failures and everything in between.  Hope you join us!  I'm feeling a little crazy so I might say shit and fuck a lot.  


    Our show starts live at 11:30am sharp and our call in line is (646) 200-4173. 


    Follow our show here:


    https://www.facebook.com/pages/Somethings-Brewing/277421519111208


    Follow us here:


    John Henry Soto www.johnhenrysoto.com
    Casey McDougal http://www.CaseyMcDougal.com/

  • 01:00

    Cardiologist Dr. Arthur E. Constantine on the Physical Heart & Spiritual Heart

    in Christianity

    Early in his cardiology career, Dr. Arthur E. Constantine received an insight from God that had not been revealed in any medical school or cardiology textbook: There is an inseparable intertwining of the physical and spiritual bindings of our hearts.


    With equal measures of diet and exercise information and Bible-based inspiration, Constantine’s new guide “It’s Always the Heart” provides meaningful ideas on how we can change our hearts to receive the physical and spiritual hearts God wants us to have.


    For more information please visit www.itsalwaystheheart.com. 

  • 01:00

    Foster Talk with Dr. John

    in Family

    America's Foster Care Radio Show.

  • 00:31

    John Carver Show - The Law of the Big MO (John Maxwell)

    in Self Help

    John Maxwell has been a teacher of Leaders for many years.  In this show he shares how MOMENTIUM can be your BEST FRIEND!


    In a blog he writes:


    Momentum is the greatest of all change-agents. When a leader has it, organizational change comes easily, for it’s much simpler to steer a company that’s already experiencing success than to jumpstart one that’s stagnant.


    On a team that’s thriving, growing, and delivering results an aura of excitement permeates everything. The momentum is almost tangible. Yet even though we can feel the momentum, it’s hard to define. Let’s take a momentum to pin down where it comes from.


    The attitude of the leader + the atmosphere of the organization + the accomplishments of the people = MOMENTUM


    Leaders who court momentum display a set of attitudes that help them reach new altitudes. First, they take responsibility for outcomes. They don’t blame failures on their people or on forces beyond their control. Second, leaders who generate momentum operate with an empowering sense of hope. They shape their surroundings instead of merely being shaped by them. They believe in the possibility of change instead of complaining about challenges to it. Finally, leaders who drive momentum have unfailing enthusiasm. They’re convinced of the importance of their work, and this sense of purpose propels them forward.


    Leaders build a culture favorable to momentum in the following ways. First, they believe the best about their people—concentrating on developing their strengths rather than on fixing their shortcomings. Second, they provide an inspiring vision that’s contagious. They share it confidently and talk about it continually, until everyone on the team sees it almost as clearly as they do. Third, they remove the fear of failure. They invite risk and affirm innovative ideas—even if they don’t always work.


     

  • 00:59

    In the Midst of the St. John Festival

    in Culture

    The St. John Festival & Cultural Organization schedules 5 weeks of Caribbean Carnival celebration with a bevy of family-friendly events, including live music, local food, dancing, parades, fireworks, and more. St. John Carnivalbegins 5 Saturdays before July 4th with a steelpan music concert in Cruz Bay. Vendors of fine local crafts setup tents in Cruz Bay park while hardy folks build the stage that will showcase most of the festival events in the coming days.


    June 5, 2015 is the annual Beach Jam on Cruz Bay beach. With a mix of music talents and characters, the St. John Carnival Beach Jam is a must for anyone with happy feet. One week later, Seniors strut their stuff for the Senior Variety Show on the stage in the school ball field in Cruz Bay. Cheer for your favorite acts and enjoy local food, drinks, and crafts for sale around town. The day after the St. John Carnival Senior Variety Show is the annual Festival Bike Race, starting at 8:00 am at the National Park lot next to Mongoose Junction in Cruz Bay.


    The weekend comes to a close with the Festival Princess Pageant, which starts Sunday night at 6:00 pm on the stage in the ball field. Two weeks before the end of Carnival St. John really starts to heat up on the evening on June 19 with music in the school ball field starting at 9:00 pm. Return the next night to cheer on the new Carnival Queen contestants, as they vie for the coveted title starting at 8:00 pm. That Sunday kicks into gear with the opening of the food fair and Children’s Carnival Village in the national park field in Cruz Bay.


    The last weekend of St. John Festival: The Adult Carnival Village opens at 7:00 pm July 3rd with music and libations. Next morning marks J’ouvert (ju-vay), a joyous street party where revelers dance at daybreak.

    Visit: www.StJohnIsland.com/

  • 00:46

    Keep a Clear Eye: John Buford at Gettysburg

    in History

    Host Jean Barto briefly talks about John Buford and his role on Day 1 at the Battle of Gettysburg.

  • 02:06

    Episode 58 "Last Days Madness" Pastor John Kyle

    in Religion

    Deliverance, spiritual warfare, victory over demonic darkness, news, last days of planet earth as we know it, healing, the casting out of evil spirits, how things have changed for the worse in the world, spiritual breakthroughs,getting free and staying free from demons,20 things you need to know from the Word for these days,

  • 01:04

    Bill Bartman, James Arthur Ray, Paul Ketchel, Leann Thieman Join Us

    in Business

    Bill Bartmann - Leaving a dirt-poor family at age 14 to join the carnival; being an alcoholic gang member by age 17; becoming paralyzed by falling down stairs drunk; being told that you’ll never walk again, yet later walking out of the hospital. Bill Bartmann successfully settled debts of 4.5 million consumers –and he did it with zero lawsuits.


    James Arthur Ray is a New York Times bestselling author who has also achieved top honors in the business world as a thriving entrepreneur and mentor. James’ former company hit the Inc. 500 list in 2009 as one of the fastest growing privately held companies in the United States. James’ background in behavioral sciences, experience as an entrepreneur, and his avid quest for spiritual knowledge give him a unique and powerful ability to address life issues from a comprehensive level.


    Paul Ketchel - Founder and CEO of MDSave, a transactional health marketplace that anyone can use. They have negotiated exclusive savings up to 60% on medical care like, surgeries, x-ray, office visits, and pharmaceuticals. In return, the patient pays for their service upfront. Ketchel is also a former member of former Tennessee US Senator Bill Frist's staff


    LeAnn Thieman  learned a lot about balancing life in your war zones when she was “accidentally” caught up in rescuing babies out of Vietnam at the end of the war. The lessons she learned apply as we all cope in the ‘war zones” of our everyday lives. She is a Hall of Fame Speaker and author of 18 books, including 14 books in the famous Chicken Soup for the Soul series

  • 01:01

    Something's Brewing with Casey and John - Holland Cowger

    in Entertainment

    Join us 


    Holland was born and raised in Hollywood, California, and currently lives in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. It was not uncommon for the entire clan to spend holidays, birthdays and other important life events together. Holland’s father is a jazz musician. He plays a haunting and beautiful alto sax. As a child Holland used to love watching his father play. Some of his fondest memories are of nights spent in all-night jazz clubs till the wee hours of the morning watching him pour every inch of his soul into his glorious sax. His mother, Keithe, is an avid reader. Holland’s childhood was filled with jazz, rock and roll, art and an endless stream of books. But there was also his love of baseball. Holland’s dad signed him up for the Hollywood Little League when he was eight years old. Baseball came easily to him. Hailing down flies beneath huge summer skies, watching the ball explode off his bat and disappear into a tiny dot. He soon learned that this was a game filled with poetry and miracles, an inch being the difference between failure and success.


    Our show starts live at 11:30am sharp and our call in line is (646) 200-4173


    John Henry Soto www.johnhenrysoto.com
    Casey McDougal http://www.CaseyMcDougal.com/

  • 00:34

    Margo interview June 26 , 2015

    in Music

    “Never 2 Late" came at just the right time for me and friend John Oates because  it expresses a timely sentiment that we both wanted to share with the world. A message that kindness makes everything better because it is human nature to desire kindness and the need to be understood. 


     


    Never 2 Late is also the first song that I wrote the music and lyrics with John Oates simultaneously. It was a joyful experience and I'm blessed to call him my friend and songwriting partner.  John also honors this recording with his gorgeous Hall and Oates harmonies.”


     

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