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Once upon a time, Carlyle Jansen was actually rather squeamish herself. “When I was younger, I was not very comfortable with my body or sex at all,” she says. “After I was dumped because I couldn’t have an orgasm, I decided to it was time to start learning about sex.” A friend gave her a vibrator, which, after she found success with it, Jansen says cemented her desire to educate herself. The possibility of sharing her newfound sexual knowledge, however, didn’t occur to Jansen until she presented her sister with some sex toys as a bridal shower gift. “It was after she had opened all her salad bowls and wine glasses, and all of her friends freaked out—remember, this was 16 years ago!” recalls Jansen, laughing. “They all said, ‘What is that thing, and where do you stick it?’” When she explained their function and purpose, the women were impressed with her relaxed demeanor. “They said, ‘Wow, you are so comfortable talking about sex! You should do workshops.’ I realized then that women wanted a comfortable place to learn about these things.”
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This week on the Women of Golf Show!
Cindy continues with her Own Your Game Series - Part 8, "Dominance".
The Own Your Game Series is suited to golfers of all skill levels. Cindy draws from her experience both as a teacher, and Legends Tour Player. Missed an episode? Visit the Women of Golf homepage below and scroll through our "On Demand" section to locate the episode you missed.
Later in the broadcast: LPGA Teaching Professional-Karen Palacios-Jansen joins us. She was the 2008 LPGA National Teacher of the Year, and has been voted one of America's "Top 50 Best Women Teachers" by Golf Digest Magazine since 1998.
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What can African youth do to do forward?
What about sectors like farming and production? Why do these seem to remain untouched?`
How is the African Youth foundation working to empower African youth? The African Youth Foundation (AYF) is a non-profit development organization based in Bonn, Germany. AYF was established in 2000 to aid young African people in the Diaspora and in Africa, as well as Europeans with African descent, to undertake projects which will enable them obtain skills necessary for their future livelihoods.
Dr Paulyn Jansen joins host Twaambo Kapilikisha to talk about her views on these topics.
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Join Sarah for the next episode of the Progressive Patriot at 10 pm Central time on Sunday, June 2. We will be discussing GMO's, the March Against Monsanto and 3rd Party candidate Michael Jansen Jr's campaign for US Senate in the state of Minnesota. Born and raised in Minnesota, Michael has lived and studied all over the world, and is now concerned with the growing mainstream acceptance here at home of chemical toxins in our food and water, fracking, the Keystone XL Pipeline, and the widespread congressional ambivalence on climate change. Sarah happened to run into him on Grand Ave in St Paul, Minnesota while he was collecting signatures to get onto the ballot and was very intrigued by the name of the party he is running on: the Awake Party.
We will be sure to bring closing Gitmo and our federal government's use of drones into the conversation, as well as breifly touching on NSA surveillance and Edward Snowden. A strikingly green and libertarian plaform, the Awake Party is unique in its honor of the Bill of Rights and human rights, so please join Sarah and Michael for this fascinating discussion Sunday night.
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Tonight your PD RADIO Hosts Ms. PD & Black excitedly shine our Creative Artist Spotlight on the lovely host of LIPSTICK RADIO, Ms. Khymberlee Carlyle! Khymber is certainly no stranger to the radio game as she has been blazing airwaves since 2007! Join us as we learn all about this fascinating woman and her mission to give light to indie artists. As always we bring you that throwback music, laughs and real talk.
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This Thursday night we will be honored by Sister Thunder. And who is Sister Thunder you ask? Someone sent a link during The Montana Republic ,The Apartheid Lie show of Sept 2. That link My Past could be Your Future from South Africa 07/09 by Sister thunder Radio caught my eye, and my ear. The lady is amazing, out spoken, articulate and right on target. But don't take my word. listen for yourself.
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Digitunzz records and associates talk about current events and introducw a special song we will be joined by Digitunzz records recording artist Mr. Tito Carlyle and also another guest who I will announce during the show a known person within Digitunzz but who has been MIA anyway we have music and great conversations and as always FUN!
this is a repeat of an earlier recording and one of my favorites we Interview Mr.Rich Bonilla A Man instrumental in the early rise of the NY salsa craze and Manager of an incredible array of salsa artist both past and present we will get intamte with Mr. Bonilla and enjoy his company. We will be joined by El Gran Tito with his "Reggae Lingo" we will have music and laughs.
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This week we Interview the one and only Van Lester this salsero has been on a hiatus he and I as well as Joseph rivera Digitunzz promoter worked with Van lester some 15 years ago...freash from his being released from his contractual obligations to the late great Ralph Mercardo RMM records we wil talk to him about those days and the days looking forward with a new project that he is working on . Tito carlyle will be with us as well as Joeseph Rivera.
Being able to communicate effectively is crucial for anyone hoping to accelerate their career. Whether that communication involves one on one interactions, board meetings or formal speaking and presentations, your executive presence is determined by all your communications. Today we’re going to take a deep dive into this topic with my guest, Jayne Latz, to understand how we can improve our communication skills, verbal and non verbal, in order to enhance our leadership potential.
Jayne Latz is CEO of Corporate Speech Solutions, LLC, facilitating both individuals and groups in Fortune 500 companies and small businesses with proven strategies to accelerate communication effectiveness. Corporate Speech Solutions has guided employees and executives from Ernst and Young, PriceWaterhouse Coopers, Ltd., The Carlyle Group, Citigroup, Harry Winston, Morgan Stanley, Bank of America, AIG, and Mount Sinai Medical Center, to name a few.
As a licensed Speech Language Pathologist, speech trainer and coach with 25+ years of experience, Jayne Latz launched Corporate Speech Solutions in 2006, customizing speech improvement and accent reduction training programs designed to suit both individuals and groups for business and personal success. Jayne Latz taught at New York University for six years, while mentoring graduate students for twenty years. She is co-author of Talking Business, When English is Your Second Language and Talking Business, A Guide to Professional Communication. She was recently featured in the Wall Street Journal, The TODAY Show, and on air with WILS1320 and NPR. To learn more about Jayne’s services, please visit the company website, www.corporatespeechsolutions.com.
Salsa group Dark Latin Groove better known as DLG, which hit the Latin music scene back in the mid 90's with their tropical urban mix of salsa and reggae is making a come back. DLG is the brainchild of music producer and creator Sergio George.
George decided to revive DLG after hearing comments that they were ahead of their time and that he should do it again. "I didn't believe what people were saying but I thought it was the right time to try it ," says George. "I have nothing to loose if it doesn't work out we are still in the history books, if it does we have a little franchise that we can build."
Now, on their second album together, James DaBarba and Miss Yaya teamed up with former N'Klave lead singer Ricky P for their first single "Fuise tu" is Produced By Immanuel Ramirez (Sergio George's Protégé) .Now under James Dabarba's Label Platinum Web Records DLG moves forward with the legacy of a Movement which changed Latin music forever.