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Research tells us that attractive women are 20% more likely to be hired by another woman and 300% more likely to be hired by a man than unattractive women. Join Judi Moreo, host of Choices, as she talks about the traits of attractive people and how anyone can become attractive. Judi will give you an overall plan for developing good taste and you will learn what clothing makes up a basic wardrobe, how much jewelry is appropriate for business, as well as how many pairs of shoes every woman should own. lol!
You will also learn how to select a wardrobe that's right for you and your job, how to formulate your cost per wearing, and how to adopt an attitude of attractiveness.
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You walk down the street and no one looks.
or so you think..
You might've heard the idea that at midlife, we become invisible. That, even if we think we're looking pretty good, we don't get noticed.
Well if you're feeling this way, you'll want to listen to this podcast which challenges the idea of invisibility. Are we really invisible or is this our wake up call to stop relying on others to determine our attractiveness? I'm going with the second option and maybe, after having a listen, you'll think so too!
PS - In this ep I mention that my yoga practice supports my take on "invisibility" and here's the link to the video I mention:
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Tonight, on a topical edition of the Never Daunted Radio Network, we roar into a new week with tragic news and good old fashioned racism, as we kick off with the developing story in our backyard of Washington, DC, as 13 people, including shooter Aaron Alexis, are dead in the wake of another senseless mass shooting. We'll share what we've learned so far and talk about how mountains still get made out of sad molehills.At midnight Tuesday, half of America will sacrifice hundreds of hours playing the new entry in the Grand Theft Auto videogame series. We talk about our obssession with gaming and how, in light of recent events, can playing games that are based in murder and general mayhem can still be attractive.Speaking of attractiveness, on Sunday night, a new Miss America was crowned, and she's a beauty in every sense of the word...except...she's Indian. That minor fact has set some aflame with the rage of a thousand racists as they took to social media to reassure the rest of the world that racism is still alive and well. We'll share some of the tweets and help white people get over the fact that they aren't alone in America.And finally, on this week's Creamo Cream Essentials, we feature one of our absolute favorites, 1983's Synchronicity, the final album from rock legends The Police. We'll share some cuts and wrap each and every one of you around our finger.All this and more, tonight on the Never Daunted Radio Network!
Does the media influence you? Do you know media such as TV, radio and magazine advertisements may influence how you see yourself and/or the food choices you make?
"About one out of every four commercial sends an "attractiveness message," telling viewers what is or is not attractive."
Join the Young Media Critics on Thursday, August 1, at 5 p.m. as they question, analyze media messages related to body image and nutrtion. The Young Media Critics also offer suggestions to take action to promote healthier messages.
Often times it seems there is an attempt to minimize the importance of physical attraction among people. There are very negative terms given to people who focus on physical attraction, such as “shallow”. However, physical attractiveness also seems to be the main factor that attracts one person to another. In the age of “NOW” where everything is instant and online, is physical attraction still as important; or has it been replaced by seemingly better qualities? Call in and sound off with us about this very important or not so important topic.
Love-Law of the Jungle #69: People see you according to how you see yourself.
No matter how nervous you may be about your appeal factor, you can influence it. How?
There are two kinds of attraction: 1) the physical, 2) vibrancy. Yes, you can amp up your appearance but it's limited. So let's look at the possibilities of vibrancy.
Vibrancy comes from the word vibrate: resonate, reverberate, pulse. Vibrancy is an active energy. Physical appearance is a static state, and without vibrancy, eventually goes flat.
My job is to help you remove that hot spotlight of nervousness, which only leads to second-guessing your attractiveness. My goal is to shift your perspective from self-doubt to self-enjoyment - even during the dating game.
Does vibrancy mean you have to jump around like a bouncing ball? No! Vibrancy is you actively engaging with life instead of focusing on your perceived shortcomings.
Listen in and I'll guide you through the steps that will take you from limited and static to expansive and enthusiastic.
Have you noticed what I've noticed... that most black males are suffering from some form of SERIOUS mental illness? The vast numbers of those displaying behavioral traits of a sociopath is frightening. Others display the traits and attitudes of a complete narcissist, while others are just plain delusional about their attractiveness, power, or abilities.
It's time for a reality check, and you know no one delivers reality in sound bytes like Ms. HeartBeat.
Join us for another controversial and informative discussion on singles and dating on the Date Smarter Not Harder Relationships Talk Show! Call 347-327-9215 to share your stories of dating one of these types of guys or having guys like this in your family or social circle.
"Our society has historically painted us a picture of lighter skin equating to attractiveness, intelligence, competence, likeability, etc. "Racism is not necessarily a practice that allots preference and privilege based solely on one's race, but that one's skin color also plays a substantial role in the treatment they will receive." Call in to speak on it 1(347)838-9494
"Here we are in the 21st century and once again those relationships that were forged under enslavement are coming to light again, all that between the domestic [house slave] and the field [slave]," Dr. Alfonso-Wells says. "If you had lighter skin, your conditions weren't as harsh. Those who were lighter skinned had more opportunities to escape their conditions than those who had darker skin, and you can still see that today."
In Latin America, in particular, lighter-skinned people tend to get the better jobs because they are considered to look "more presentable," Negative perceptions based on skin tone are one aspect of "cultural wounding" black people experience living in a majority culture, he said.
Here are some of the chilling quotes from this documentary:
"I can remember being in the bathtub asking my mom to put bleach in the water so that my skin would be lighter and so that I could escape the feelings I had about not being as beautiful, as acceptable, as lovable."
"She's pretty for a dark-skinned girl ... What is that supposed to mean?"
"They used to say, 'You stayed in the oven too long.' "
"The racism that we have a people amongst ourselves is a direct backlash of slavery within every culture not just among BLACKS."
Our vision of the perfect man or woman as a potential mate, has taken a turn of one that is just that – VISUAL.
There are millions of single men and women who are jaded by what beauty and good looks are.
The beauty and attractiveness of a mate should be based on what you find to be true of that person's heart. So many times we have looked pass the “Average Joe” or “Average Jane” in a quest to find someone who would be seen by others as, “The ONE”.
On this episode of Hot Topics Talk Radio, we’re going to address, taking a second look at Average Joe and Average Jane. I think this topic will help us all in finding the mate who is truly for us, not based on the superficial ideals that we’ve all been caught up in for so long.
Wednesday, May 22, 2013
9pm Pacific/ 11pm Central/ 12Midnight Eastern
Call in live on-air (646) 200-3148, to listen and or voice your views. Or listen online and join the chatroom conversation.
Women's quest for beauty often is the driving force behind the economy. Around the world, women are seeking ways to enhance their physical attractiveness. This opens the door to the development of international businesses, as women look overseas for new styles in hair , makeup, clothing and jewelry. One woman created a unique urban fashion look that is capturing the hearts of youth around the world. Another woman used her travels to China as a flight attendant to launch an international jewelry business. China represents the worlds largest homogenous population and many young people are imitating African American culture and style. You too create an international sensationGet ready to turn your business into an instant global success!.
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