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  • 01:01

    BOLD Moving with Michele Aikens

    in Motivation

    Erika Summers is beautiful, successful and has a story.  She is a survivor of non-Hogkin lymphoma and has suffered incredble loss.  There are people walking among us with stories that will inspire you and provoke you to find the greatness within you.  As we close out October, let's get ready to move BOLDLY into 2016; Erika's story will show you how.  You're perched on the edge of what's great -- let's Make A BOLD Move.


     


     

  • 00:59

    BOLD Moving with Michele Aikens

    in Business

    Join us Saturday at 8:00 as we speak with one-half of the ownership team of Hidden Manna Cafe.  Glynnis Harvey will talk about her and her husband's journey to owning a successful restaurant and give advice to couples that want to be in business together.  We're going to have a BOLD Time.  Join the conversation at 914-803-4503. 
     

  • 01:56

    WarRoomTalk Fantasy Baseball - February 9, 2016 - Bold Predictions Infield

    in Sports

    Nick and Pat complete their work in the infield with some bold predictions, which highlight players that they feel strongly about.  Additionally, they look at some side-by-side player comparisons, which will aid their listeners in identifying overrated players and their underrated counterparts.

  • 01:06

    Shondia Sabari: Bold and Breastless

    in Motivation

    Shondia Sabari is married to Wali Sabari and they have two children. Shondia is the Executive Director of BOLDANDBREASTLESS, Inc. and the President of McFadden-Sabari, LLC. She's a native of South Carolina and was raised by her maternal grandparents. Shondia earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Child and Family Development from Benedict College in Columbia, South Carolina. She earned a Master’s degree in Human Resources Development, from Webster University in St. Louis, Missouri. A former elementary school teacher, Shondia was diagnosed with breast cancer December 23, 2010, and had a bilateral mastectomy February 11, 2011, without reconstructive surgery. She is very passionate about inspiring and uplifting children, women, and men that are affected by cancer. Shondia is a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. She is the Georgia State Coordinator for the southern region of Delta Sigma Theta and The American Cancer Society partnership. Shondia loves cooking for her husband and children, volunteering at hospice facilities, spending time with senior citizens, attending networking events, and spending time with children that are affected by cancer. She also enjoys traveling and sharing her amazing testimony with others. Her motto is, “I scared the hell out of cancer, so it took my breasts and left!”

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  • 00:26

    The Mirror Effect and Being Bold

    in Spirituality

    Have you heard that everything is a mirror in your world of what is going on inside you?  Join Nicole Smith as she discusses this and being bold.  Please feel free to call in with questions! She will address the questions after the teaching.  Often called a Healer's healer, Nicole Smith is an Energetic Seer who supports thousands to fully embrace themselves.  Her messages of being authentic and Loving oneself for everything, propels people forward into their fullest potential.  Please contact Nicole at che@chenergy.us or go to her website http://www.chenergy.us .


    Thank you for you.

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  • 00:12

    Maya Claridge discusses Bullied to Bold national movement

    in Lifestyle

    Bullied for two years in middle school, Maya Claridge says it was the darkest and loneliest time of her life."I don't want people to feel alone, like I did."Which is why Claridge, now a freshman in high school, has joined with her management team and publicist to embark on the Bullied to Bold outreach tour, speaking in middle school and high school classrooms and assemblies throughout Colorado. 


    In sharing her personal experience with bullying, from name-calling to rumor spreading to exclusion and cyber-bullying, Claridge hopes to empower kids to rise above hurtful words, to find the strength to battle against self-hatred, to overcome fear, loneliness and humiliation, to know that they are not alone and to learn to love themselves."I like who I am now and I want others to like who they are, too."


    Claridge's positive message of hope encourages kids to both ask for help and to offer help, all the while inspiring them toward strength and perseverance.  "When you stop giving other people the power to hurt you, you grow stronger and they grow weaker."It isn't that Claridge's experience with bullying is necessarily worse than others that makes her message so powerful, but rather that it is similar to what thousands of kids are experiencing on a daily basis in our schools and on-line.  


    They are able to relate to her and connect with her, thus she can reach them on their level and help them realize that there is hope.


    1. What prompted you to write the song?


    2. Let's talk about the root of bullying? From the You Tube, we found people who..


    envy others, secretly harbor ill will, exclude others, gossip, and seek to harm.


    How do we apply the two word sermon...STOP IT!! ?


    3. What's your final advice today to move from "bullied to bold"?


     

  • 00:31

    Anita M. Johnson on The Bold Women of Faith

    in Spirituality

    Anita M. Johnson is the CEO and Founder of G.E.A.R Life Motivations LME, LLC., INC. She is a Christian Coach which empoweres men and women for Success. She will on the show to inspire and impact women for Christian and Inspiratoinal Success. Diane Winbush will be your host for the broadcast. To learn more about us, go to www.boldwomenoffaith.com