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Listen tonight about how "It's Not Fair". It doesn't seem fair to be supportive of the Button Pusher at any level. We have done so much and they have done so little in response. They don't deserve it, they don't appreciate it and they are doing nothing for it. What do we do? Please listen to this show and find out what to do!
Listen to Resource No. 2 for dealing with your Button Pusher: Meet my special guest ANDI SPILLMAN. We discuss how YOU AND YOUR LIFE ARE AN AGENT FOR CHANGE WITH YOUR BUTTON PUSHER. Learn that you can influence and accomplish much by the way you live. You will enjoy this show!
Earlier this week, Obama announced a proposal to distribute 200 million dollars to an initiative to highlight helping young black men become better contributors to society. While I do not knock the President's push for greatness amongst our young men of color, I certainly do not credit him with authoring a thought that has been rejected by the very black support base that he appeases. Who knew that young black men are the highest rate of at-risk youth within our American society? I did!
This show is a great show about how to deal with someone who is difficult or gives you a hard time whether you call them a "Button Pusher" or not. Your stance which is how you think about the person and who they are is very important in your relationships! Happy Listening.
Tonight's show is about why the Button Pusher that you know or if that is you, has difficulty taking ownership for the words and behaviors that show up; tonight's show will cover three reasons which are: 1. Lack of Knowledge/Experience 2. Fear 3. Entitlement and Self-Centeredness.
Tonight is the final episode on the Looking at Our Part Section - we will cover Taking Too Much Responsibilty, Waiting for Permission, Reacting and Blasting and I've Tried Everything. We will then discuss Developing a Vision for Change so we are ready for the solutions!
SPRING IS CLOSE.
SET THE RESET BUTTON IN YOUR RELATIONSHIPS!
No doubt it has been a hard and long WINTER, but the birds are churping just a little and SPRING is close. You have a chance to have a fresh start and reset you relationships! So let'sget to it.
This Sunday @ 7pm Est, I am going to host a show dedicated to touching the issues surrounding the behavior of our teenage youth.
Many groups and organization have a way of changing data and stastics in order to shield the obvious, or promote something that is less common. I am seeking to speak to people based on their own personal experience and interactions.
My show is dedicated to gauging the following questions:
1. Do we make too many excuses for the behavior of our teens? I
2. Is there a such thing as 'bad behavior,' or should society excuse behavior based on circumstance?
3. Is it really wrong for a white woman to grab her purse if she is passing by a group of hoodied black males?
4. Are people in denial about the increase or decrease in teenage bad behavior in our country?
I need all ears listening on this discussion, so please make sure that you call in, listen, share your thoughts, and let's try to bring all sides to the table
1~2:30pm Michael Hoyland, Director NEN Design & Development Faculty https://www.newearthnation.org/institute/faculties/design_and_development/ 2:30~4pm John Button, Director NEN Conservation & Ecology https://www.newearthnation.org/institute/ Schedule updates: https://www.facebook.com/The.New.Earth.Project Original Music: Frank Pisciotti. Courtesy of Frank Pisciotti.
Why is this person like this? Often the Button-Pusher has been this way for a long time. Therefore, they experience little discomfort in how they are. They are used to controlling and manipulating others. We are also going to learn some reasons why Button-Pushers do NOT take responsiibilty for their behavior. My husband, Ty Hoblitt, will make a guest appearance and we will talk as a married couple about button pushing that occurs in our marriage!