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Introducing Candice Camille, our featured guest during our Women Making It Happen segment. Candice will share how wellness plays a role in your success.
I'll wrap up our theme this month, Getting Things Done. Today, I'll share the "Push Method" of moving your business tasks forward!
Tune in today, June 29th @ 12 Noon Eastern!
“Shhhh!!!! I’m answering EMAIL!” ”But, Sweetie! We’re in the MIDDLE of the store. Can’t you do that at HOME?”
How many times have we been at the MALL, in CHURCH, at a PARTY, or dinner with FRIENDS, and feel we MUST check our phone and web-surf? Or, we’re at home and find we just HAVE to work at the desktop. It’s dinner time, but THREE members of the FOUR in the family are PLAYING games on their tablets. Sometimes, we have the BlueTooth STUCK in our ear, WORKING on the laptap, TEXTING , and more, all at the SAME TIME! Plus, life feels CRAZY and we are just so TIRED!
Camille Preston, PhD, PCC, author of Rewired: How to Work Smarter, Live Better, and Be Purposefully Productive in an Overwired World, explains how we are wired, or rather, overwired, to technology and why that isn’t always a good thing. On Camille’s website she notes:
Living overwired also has a detrimental impact on our cognitive, physical, and emotional health. Being overwhelmed and overwired negatively impacts our ability to think clearly, to focus, and to process information properly. And the attendant stress does very real physical damage to our bodies.
Furthermore, when we are overwired, we don’t form relationships and make deep connections the way we should. We aren’t working smart, we aren’t living well, and we aren’t fulfilled.
Camille will give you the encouragement to unwire and take a step back from the overload of technology.
RELOAD RADIO PRESENTS:Preston Crawford from Warriors Recovery
Join Russ and Rachel as "THEY GO THERE" on the use of Cannabis and Holistic Therapies with Preston Crawford from Warriors and Recovery
Warriors and Recovery. A non-profit organization founded to provide support the Cannabis, Hemp and Alternative Therapies.
Back ground on PRESTON CRAWFORD. Preston is a a retired SFC. He spent his Army career as an Army Ranger and Special Forces Engineer. He retired from the United States Air Marshal program and have worked as a police detective in a local law enforcement capacity. He started Warriors and Recovery as a result of his own misfortune. In 2014 he found himself like many veterans. Homeless and struggling to survive. While living off the land in the Arizona desert He had a vision. The vision was that my fight was not over.Our Mission is to educate on the use of Cannabis and other Holistic Therapies for PTSD and TBI and discuss the harmful side effects of Alcohol and Pharma.On the Second Hour of our show: THAT JOE VAN
Medically retired, Infantry / EOD Veteran - anxiety and depression.
Veteran -Branding Specialist-Cool Shirts Army 11B/EOD Veteran with over 10 years of graphic design, marketing, and small busines experience aiming to help other small businesses and make awesome shirts
in Self Help
This week many news outlets and media sites are publishing Camille Paglia's interview in Salon. All three posts have thus far been a compelling read and while Paglia makes some undeniable great points and backs them up as well, it’s important for readers to take her own advice.
Paglia says its incumbent for every American to get their news from a variety of sources...Left, Right and otherwise in order to be 1) fully informed and 2) be able to extrapolate something resembling truth from the various agendas presenting the "facts."
No less true for discerning Paglia's position on a variety of subjects. She has a long history of political commentary and purports to be an atheist and a Libertarian. But scratching beneath the surface of her words, and examining context as well, may tell a different story...at least about her alleged Libertarianism.
Join us for an in-depth look at what all the interest is about and how much of what she has to say rings true.
Preston Smiles is the founder of The Love Mob, "a global community igniting a multi-generational movement that promotes love as a lifestyle." Under the guidance of Michael Beckwith, Preston has become an internationally recognized motivational speaker. He is one of the spokespersons for Generation Waking Up and has a dedicated following on his "Questions with Preston" YouTube channel. Preston states: My mission is to empower, inspire and ignite a mutli-generational movement of radical growth through conscious, creative content, acts of love and living boldly. I believe we're here to leave the planet better than we found it, and I'm committed to motivating others to join me on that mission, and live their best life NOW.
Preston has been featured in LA Weekly, Los Angeles Magazine and RYOT News.
(JOIN US ON THE NEXT MISSION RADIO WITH YOUR HOST DANIEL MAYS)
Our first guest will be John Preston as we talk about his work with his new album YOUR WAR IS OVER and his work with Boot Campaign to give a portion of all sales to the continuing battle to promote awareness and assistance to the struggles faced by veterans and their families.
John Preston served in the United States Marine Corps from 2000-2004 serving with 2/7 during his deployment to Iraq in 2004, where he had his first success as a musician while still in Iraq when a song and video he had written and created for his battalion titled “Good Good America” was covered by the Los Angeles Times and became a national sensation within days.
So please join us on the air to show your support for John and all other Veteran musicians as they fight to bring awareness and assistance to issues that veterans struggle with everyday.
Derek Leblanc is an NRA Certified Firearm Instructor, Range Safety Officer and proud recipient of the NRA Hero of the day recognition. He is also an Ambassador for SOCON USA. In 2013, Derek encountered an intruder to his personal property and through quick thinking was able to secure the situation until police officers could arrive. Through that incident, Lethal Lovebirds, LLC was founded and is now empowering others through the art of self-protection and self-reliance to always be prepared. Derek teaches Oregon and Utah concealed carry classes throughout the state of Oregon.
ON THE SECOND HALF OF THE SHOW SHANNON BOOK WITH THE BAND: VETTED
Born and raised in the small town of Hazel Green, KY, Petty Officer First Class Shannon Book grew up with a great appreciation of music and has expressed that appreciation both vocally and by playing various musical instruments throughout his life.
After returning home from his 2nd deployment, Shannon served as an instructor at the Field Medical Training Battalion at Camp Johnson, NC, and worked to insure that his students could perform their jobs under the pressures of combat.
Recently retired from the United States Navy due to Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), he is working on a complete collection of original songs reflecting his time in combat, his injuries (both physical and emotional), and living with the aftermath of war. Shannon hopes his music will help to educate military families and civilians, as well as help to heal those that have shared in some of his experiences.
Shannon joined with Redcon 1 Music Group to be a part of the force to help educate our people about the troubles faced by war fighters and their families.
Shannon is now the lead vocalist and rhythm guitar player for Vetted. The band once called Warrior Spirit. He is the Lead Vocalist to the First Nationaly Recognized Wounded Warrior Band.
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Writer/critic Bennet Pomerantz has guests including some of the fresh indy authors, artists and media guests on the Betty Award winning ANYTHING GOES
Author Sara Preston's book If Only You Knew is releasing on May 2rd.
Her book tour starts will a Facebook event May second...https://www.facebook.com/events/463858520435187/
WELL we are the KICK OFF--she will be a guest on ANYTHING GOES on May 1
with a surprise Co-host
Sara's Bio--Sara Preston is a happily married mother of three who loves to read and write romance novels. She is a full-time author. Runs a Critique Group and does some developmental editing on the side. Thanks to a lovely friend and reading a lot of writing books she is much better at the writing game than when she started. She loves to help people with their writing journey and meeting new friends in the writing field. And hope you all enjoy her new book If You Only Knew -- release date May 2nd.
In this show we will interview ms Camille Weanquoi about what it took for her to successfully start her vegan bakery and what it takes to stay in the game on a daily basis.
Camille Lattimore-Weanquoi is a New York City native, and graduated from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Dance and from Winston Salem State University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Interdisciplinary Studies. Camille’s passion for dance has afforded her the opportunity to perform and tour throughout the East Coast in venues such as the Baltimore Museum of Art, Lawrence Joel Veterans Memorial Coliseum, City Center, The Apollo Theatre, and Riverside Theatre. She has been featured in the Arbutus Times and she has also appeared in Essence Magazine, the Baltimore Sun, and the Bronx Times.
Throughout her dance years, Camille developed a passion for health & wellness as a means for her & her family to stay healthy & fit. She transitioned to a Vegan lifestyle & created her own vegan dessert company named Cameran’s Treats. Camerans Treats is Baltimore’s premier vegan bakery. Her creations range everywhere from cakes to cookies, to pies, and every other kind of vegan treat imaginable. Her products can be found in stores and restaurants across Baltimore and beyond.
We will also talk about real estate investing
Homeownership and wealth in the Black Community
Open the lines up for callers who have general questions about starting a business
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Viki Winterton interviews Camille McKenzie!
Camille McKenzie, BA, is a Certified Lifestyle Coach whose primary mission in life is to help women transform their lives by inspiring, educating, and empowering them on how to liberate themselves from whatever factor is preventing them from living a fulfilling life of freedom.
Camille is dedicated to making others feel loved, welcomed, and accepted in society. By banishing fear from their lives, her clients learn how to successfully achieve their life goals and to embrace love so that not only does their personal life take on more meaning and joy, every person they come in contact with will benefit from their becoming empowered and inspired.
Camille has created a specialized 7 Steps to Living an Extraordinary Life Program, which is based on the power of choice, truth, thoughts, words, gratitude, contentment, and embracing the power of love. By coaching women through these seven key areas, they will stop playing small in their lives and realize their full potential, ultimately living lives filled with confidence, peace, love and joy.
Two Guys And A Bible
Chris Kreiger co-found WNY Heroes - a veterans' assistance organization. U.S. Army in 1997 with primary military occupation specialty status (MOS) as a combat medic, and secondary MOS as a member of the military Police. During his first five years in the military, he served his country and others in several important security operations. In 1998, Kreiger secured Operation Gold Cargo's cross-country munitions, he served alongside North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) forces securing mass grave sites in Bosnia through Operation Join Forge.In 2001, Kreiger was called to Ground Zero on 9/11 with the Federal Emergency Management Administration (FEMA) in conjunction with the New York Police Department and Port Authority following the September 11th attacks. In 2002, he served on Operation Noble Eagle, working with Customs and Immigration to secure bridges and detect illegal immigrants and drug smuggling. Of all the challenges he faced in the military, the most impactful was to come in 2003, when he was called to serve as a medic in Operation Iraqi Freedom - the war in Iraq.During his service in Iraq, Kreiger was hit multiple times by roadside bombs.
Johnny Walker interpreted for the U.S. Navy SEALs on missions all over his home country of Iraq. He served on over a thousand missions, and stood out as an invaluable part of nearly every team he worked with.No, Johnny Walker isn't his real name. The SEALs gave him the nickname in honor of his love of Johnnie Walker Whisky and to protect his identity, a necessary precaution even today.Missions with the Navy SEALs were demanding and dangerous, but the threat of violence didn't stop there. As the war dragged on, Iraqis working with Americans became targets."Johnny Walker" is the code name of the Iraqi translator who worked with U.S. Navy SEALs.
Marine Devon Doane served as a combat engineer
Kelsey Brown lost her brother Ryan in Jan. of 2015