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  • 00:30

    Charisma

    in Spirituality

    What is charisma, and how do you get more of it in your life?

  • 00:04

    Talking with Charisma

    in Women

    Charisma vision is to unite all in the bond of sincere and lasting friendship and stimulate one another in the pursuit of knowledge, wisdom and to promote the moral and social culture to develop plans for guidance and unity. Charimsa want to provide a network of friends and lifelong development for collegiate and alumnae members.

  • 01:51

    Pimpin' In the Pulpit 2: Charisma vs. Theatrics

    in Religion

    Lights, camera, action...it's SHOWTIME! Yet, showtime in the church, really? Join Truth Talk for Pimpin In the Pulpit Pt. 2 to contine the discussion of the media's new twist of featurnig the Gospel message through reality television with controversial and opposing views among men/women "of the cloth".


    Tony Taylor, in his artcle Emotionalism vs. True Worship (2013) defines emotionalism, in the church, as a reaction that is based on a human sentiment or feeling. It is devoid of true worship and holds no real sustaining substance. To take this a step further, what about when the ministerial leader "lays hands" on a person? Is the impartation they recieve a spiritual act of faith or an emotional gesture that can affect the reciever in a negatie way, leaving one questionable of what has just happened to them and the reason for such an act.


    Some highlights of the discussion will be defining imparation; is imparation necessary?; and understanding charisma (spiritual character) vs. theatrics (emotional/physical behavior). Happening at 6:00 pm. Tune in or call 347-945-7377.

  • 00:32

    John Carver Show - Have Charisma in your Conversations (Brad Worthley)

    in Self Help

    Ive been communicating with people since I could speak.  There have been times that I have been good at it while other times not so good.  On today's show I sm sharing part of Brad Worthley's CD called "Conversational Charisma."  Being a great communicator and getting people to develop an emotional attachment to you, is more about attitude than aptitude.  You will learn how to change peoples perception of you instantly with just a few minor behavior changes. It is also very powerful in helping you with personal relationships as well.


    Get more info about Brad at http://bradworthley.com/product/conversational-charisma-get-what-you-want-out-of-life-cd/

  • 00:30

    3 Struts to More Confidence and Charisma

    in Self Help

    If you'd ask almost any man he'd say confidence is the sexiest thing a woman could "wear." Women too say a man's swag, which is just another word for confidence, is the first thing that attracts them to a man. 


    Confidence, what precisely is it? And why is it critical to your success in work, love, and even health and wellbeing? 


    So, how confident are you? Do you avoid some situations because you lack confidence? Would you like to ramp up your confidence so that you can attract and create more of the stuff you really want? 


    Did you know that there's a confidence crisis among today's women? Yes, that's right. Even some of the most accomplished women secretly doubt their abilities and worth. Thankfully, we can grow our confidence. 


    Patsy J. Cannon, author of Forgiveness is Bliss, Inspirational Speaker, Bliss Coach and Science of Mind Practitioner, joins me on She Struts Radio to have a transparent conversation about confidence.  We'll explore what hurts women's confidence and, more significantly, what we can do to strut our way to greater confidence and charisma. 


    Please join me, your host, DeBora M. Ricks, Thursday, January 29, 2015, 6:30pm ET on She Struts Radio. 


     

  • 01:02

    Dr. Edward Slingerland: Why the key to charisma and success is not "over-trying"

    in Psychology

    Amy Alkon's Advice Goddess Radio: "Nerd Your Way To A Better Life!" with the best brains in science.


    *"Best Of" replay. On tonight’s show, science gets together with ancient Chinese philosophy, and it likes what it finds. 


    Dr. Edward Slingerland, an internationally renowned Chinese philosophy expert, draws on both cutting-edge science and ancient Chinese strategies to show how our modern Western approach of striving our guts out doesn’t seem to lead to success or happiness.


    In fact, he observes, it seems that getting practiced enough in something that it comes naturally is the way to avoid forcing things in the moment (which is actually counterproductive to succeeding).


    Dr. Slingerland will talk about this, how achieving that sort of effortlessness is the way to personal charisma, and much more on tonight’s show. His book he’ll be discussing is “Trying Not To Try: The Art And Science of Spontaneity.” Join us and see how we can better our work, relationships, and lives -- if we can just get out of our own way.


    Join me and all my fascinating guests every Sunday, 7-8 p.m. PT, 10-11 p.m. Eastern Time, at blogtalkradio.com/amyalkon or subscribe on iTunes or Stitcher.


    Please order my new book, the science-based and funny "Good Manners For Nice People Who Sometimes Say F*ck" -- only about $12 at Amazon. Orders help support my writing and the work I do to put out this show and are much appreciated!

  • 00:30

    Charisma, Attraction, Connection

    in Relationships

    World renowned dating coach, Sandy Weiner of Last First Date, interviews Jordan Harbinger about the purpose of a first date: charisma, attraction and connection. Tune in for a great show!
     

  • 01:02

    Dr. Edward Slingerland: Why the key to charisma and success is not "over-trying"

    in Psychology

    Amy Alkon's Advice Goddess Radio: "Nerd Your Way To A Better Life!" with the best brains in science.


    *"Best Of" replay (Oscars night). On tonight’s show, science gets together with ancient Chinese philosophy and it likes what it finds. 


    Dr. Edward Slingerland, an internationally renowned expert in Chinese philosophy, draws on both cutting-edge science and ancient Chinese strategies to show how our modern Western approach of striving our guts out doesn’t seem to be the way to success or happiness.


    In fact, to give one example from his book, it seems that getting practiced enough in something that it comes naturally is the way to avoid forcing things in the moment -- which is actually counterproductive to succeeding.


    Dr. Slingerland will talk about this, how achieving that sort of effortlessness is the way to personal charisma, and much more on tonight’s show. His book he’ll be discussing is “Trying Not To Try: The Art And Science of Spontaneity.” Join us and see how we can better our work, relationships, and lives -- if we can just get out of our own way.


    Join me and all my fascinating guests every Sunday, 7-8 p.m. PT, 10-11 p.m. Eastern Time, at blogtalkradio.com/amyalkon or subscribe on iTunes or Stitcher.


    Please order my new book, the science-based and funny "Good Manners For Nice People Who Sometimes Say F*ck" -- only about $12 at Amazon. Orders help support my writing and the work I do to put out this show and are much appreciated!

  • 00:28

    The Big Lie! Charisma! Slippery Slope! - The Language of Persuasion - Part 2

    in Youth

    Join the Young Media Critics...voices of the future as they continue to learn the Language of Persuasion, Part 2. Learning the language of persuasion is an important media literacy skill. Once you know how media messages try to persuade you to believe or do something, you’ll be better able to make your own decisions.


    Advertising is the easiest starting point: most ads are relatively simple in structure, easily available, and in their original format. Media literacy beginners are encouraged to learn the language of persuasion by examining ads. Keep in mind that many media messages, such as television commercials, use several techniques simultaneously. Others selectively employ one or two. 


    The Young Media Critics will share the next group of techniques classified as intermediate:   The Big Lie, Charisma, Euphemism, Flattery, Name Calling, Slippery Slope just to name a few.  


    Tune in Tuesday, July 22, 2014 at 5 pm. (EST) and catch up on The Language of Persuasion! 


     

  • 01:22

    Charisma: Cultic, Occultic or Christian?

    in Christianity

    Tackling a controversial subject with grace and truth, Walter Martin take a close, biblical look at the supernatural power of God as revealed in the Gifts of the Holy Spirit.  What are the gifts of God?  Why do people fight over what the Bible says about them?  Are they even needed today?  A fascinating, balanced view...on Night Watch.

  • 00:30

    A Boost of Confidence - Develop your charisma and own the stage

    in Motivation

    There is a wealth of benefits that come from healthy self-confidence. Self-confidence is a tool that can help you manage your fears, tackle life's challenges with more certainty and maintain a positive mental attitude. Self-confidence is typically based on past experience, and improves as you build up a repertoire of success on which to rely.

    Increased Performance


    Athletes, entrepreneurs, public speakers and actors all realize the importance of self-confidence. Lack of confidence can impede you from achieving your peak performance, while self-confidence can help you overcome obstacles and pursue and use those skills you own to succeed.


    Happiness


    Instructors at Confidence Building Courses report that people with healthy self-confidence are generally happier and more satisfied with their lives than people who lack self-confidence. Confidence can help you to take on the world with more energy and determination, resulting in better relationships, quality work and a feeling of being connected with your surroundings. Self-confident people usually can influence others more easily, as well as control their own emotions and behaviors more responsibly. A positive attitude results from feeling good about yourself and knowing that your place in the world is important and meaningful.