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  • 01:51

    Racism In The Millennium

    in Culture

    Join Complexity Talk Radio - Complexity Live for a discussion about Racism In The Millennium.


    Topics:


    The New Format: Complexity Talk Radio - Complexity Live


    Race and Racism 



    Keeping it real 
    Racism in the millennium 
    Playing the game and winning 
    Apologies
    Knowledge is power 
    Sincere efforts/strategies 
    Self-serving grandstanding
    The needed conversation  
    Where do we begin?
    Possibilities and opportunities 
    Moving forward 


     

  • 01:51

    Define Yourself For Yourself & Keep Rising To The Top

    in Culture

    Segment One


    Meet two extraordinary women in business, Ms. Myra Rowan and Ms. Kristen Johnson, owners of Fly High With Me.



    Learn how to be successful and make extra income and/or design your dream vacation package.  


     


    Segment Two


    Define Yourself for Yourself and Keep Rising to the Top.  Join Dr. Culbreth for an intriguing segment on defining who you are.


    Topics:



    Define Yourself For Yourself
    The Abyss of OPD and Public Shaming
    Your Identity
    Validate Yourself
    My Shoes
    Let Them Talk
    Be Bigger, Better and Bolder
    Living Your Dream
    Empower Yourself
    Nothing Can or Will Stop You
    Severing Ties and Moving On
    Keep Rising To The Top


     


    Segment Three


    Where Do We Go From Here?



    The Status of Black America
    Race relations
    Moving forward
    The Unity Train

  • 01:44

    Women of Color: More Than Just A Trend/Stereotype

    in Culture

    Join Dr. Culbreth and Dr. Jung-Kim for a discussion on how girls and women of color are depicted in media, in print, and in their daily lives.


    Topics:



    Women of color as trends?
    The continued insults (conscious/unconscious and intentional/unintentional)
    Defying negative stereotypes
    So much more than a stereotype (morals, ethics, sexuality, etc.)
    When apologies are not enough
    The reality of it all
    Psychic prisons and breaking free
    One size does not fit all
    Deeper thought processes
    On being bigger, better and bolder
    Keep the faith
    Why we must celebrate, embrace, and empower girls and women of color

  • 00:30

    HCMx Radio 09: The Whole World Wants Simplicity-What's the Value of Complexity?

    in Business

    My guest on this episode is Jay Shaw, the CEO and Managing Director of NetDimensions. Jay co-founded NetDimensions after more than a decade with NASDAQ-listed The Princeton Review (TPR). Jay's experience includes running TPR operations in the US and Asia, in which capacity he held executive responsibility for organising and delivering both academic and corporate training programs on a commercial basis. Jay taught English in China in 1984 and 1985. Jay is responsible for general Group management and sales.


    I talked with Jay about the move that the world is taking toward continued simplicity. From the way we schedule our time, the way we make purchases, to the way we interact with our technology at home or at work.  He gives his views on the role simplicity plays in the technology space and describes whether it is better in terms of meeting what customers want or need. He also speaks to the variance in the needs different organizations have as they purchase and use technology.


     


     

  • 01:01

    Complexity to Simplicity

    in Spirituality

    Do you feel like you’ve striped away so many layers of who you used to be, that you’re not sure who you are NOW? This is the incongruence and disharmony that comes with change, disintegration, and letting go. Tune in this week as Nancy Herold and I discuss the sensation of moving from complexity to simplicity.  Unity, is transforming patterns and structures that free us from things that no longer serve our emerging wholeness. Tonight’s show is looking through the surface appearance of our spiritual work, letting complexity dissipate so we can become the blessing of simplicity. This means we must reexamine, illuminate, and transform our cherished ideals, beliefs, and images of who we think we are. Define what appears dissonant in our lives. Then, let go! Embrace the disintegration process without resisting or judging it. The rigid walls of our resistances are being broken down. Going through our resistances and boundaries prepares a space for greater wisdom. We are becoming an open system. Anything that defines us is being stripped away. As our façade crumbles and our walls come tumbling down, the true illumination of self bursts through! Tune in as this show is likely to resonate with some aspect of your journey.

  • 01:50

    Toxic People, Toxic Environments and Toxic Situations

    in Culture

    Join Dr. Culbreth for a commentary on Toxic PES Syndrome

  • 00:43

    Edge Strength of Sensitivity with Dr Kyra Mesich

    in Spirituality

    How many times have you been told, "You're too sensitive!" Take a breather for an hour filled with respect for your sensitive nature. Host Dr Kyra Mesich strives to uplift and empower you with new ideas to overcome the challenges of emotional, physical, chemical & empathic sensitivity in an insensitive world.


    This episode's topic is:


    For more information, www.DrKyraHolisticTherapy.com,  or call 612-568-3538


    Thank you for your interest in the Edge! Please go to edgemagazine.net to view the latest issue of the Edge. 


    For information on advertising in the Edge please contact Cathy Jacobsen at 763.433.9291. Or via email at Cathy@edgemagazine.net


    For article submission please contact Tim Miejan at 651,578.8969. Or via email at editor@edgemagazine.net


    Or for further information regarding the Edge Talk Radio contact Cathryn at via email at EFTForYourInnerChild@gmail.com

  • 00:30

    CUTV News Radio spotlights intervention specialist Sandra Taylor-Anderson

    in Psychology

    Cumming, GA – Addiction is everywhere and it can happen to anyone. It does not care about your race, class, gender, religion, age, sexual orientation and it isn’t exclusive to American culture.


    Sandra Taylor-Anderson is an addiction interventionist, alcohol and drug counselor as well as an individual and family therapist.


    “You don’t have to be defined by your addiction,” says Sandra. “You have a bad disease. Like anyone else, you have got to keep that disease in remission.”


    Sandra has enjoyed a storied career in the field of addiction for more than 30 years. She has worked in treatment centers as a counselor, family therapist, and director of adolescent and adult chemical dependency units all over the world. Most recently, she served as program director for Talbott Recovery Center.


    “I think outside the box so I’ve always been drawn to working with young adults,” says Sandra. “I have a fundamental belief in people and they know I won’t give or accept any nonsense. That’s why they compare me to Judge Judy. I’m going to tell you like it is. I’m not going to hurt your feelings but I’m going to be straight with you.”


    And Sandra is always advocating on behalf of her patients. According to Sandra, today’s parents don’t understand the nature of addiction and how it’s changed. She says she identifies with the difficulties her patients have in their struggles with addiction so she will always invite the family into the process. She’s even been willing to confront parents for enabling behavior.


    “Everyone has a purpose. I believe this is my purpose,” says Sandra. “I dispense a lot of hope.”


    For more information on Sandra Taylor-Anderson, visit http://www.staylor-andersontherapy.com/

  • 00:58

    Laughter is the best Medicine

    in Business

    Would we be nore productive if we laughed more? I dare say we would. Happiness psychology tells us we cannot be sad when we are smiling. Smiling creates a chemical reaction that makes us feel good. When we feel good, we access the best part of ourselves. 


    Todays Guest: Theresa Hummel-Krallinger


    Theresa Hummel-Krallinger, known for her humorous and interactive presentations, is a seasoned corporate trainer, motivational speaker, and professional stand-up comedian. Past-President of Greater Philadelphia ASTD and Blue Bell Toastmasters, she currently serves on the non-credit faculty at Temple University, teaching courses in business communications and leadership. Her passion is to help leaders in organizations create places where people want to work – and to share best practices for doing that with all training and organizational development professionals.

  • 00:30

    Ep 121: Emily Schvaneveldt on the Journey to Self-Acceptance

    in Books

    Join Angela Lauria of The Difference Press as she interviews Emily Schvaneveldt on the publishing of her book, Journey to Authenticity.


    In this thought-provoking collection of quotes, author Emily Schvaneveldt gives the reader quotes that reflect the complexity and wonder of the journey to self-acceptance. It's all Emily's testimony to her own journey to authenticity. 


    Emily says that the process of writing this book was a reward in itself. While goals and dreams are cool, for her, their reason for being is the person that we become upon achieving them. 


    Read more and get the transcript here: Emily Schvaneveldt on The Author Incubator

  • 00:29

    Will Task Force Protect Pollinators Or Chemical Industry?

    in Environment

    A Presidential Memorandum was issued requesting that all federal agencies work together to develop a cohesive plan for pollinator protection. It was stated, “The problem is serious and requires immediate attention to ensure the sustainability of our food production systems, avoid additional economic impact on the agricultural sector, and protect the health of the environment.” This was the memorandum issued last June. Bee populations continued declining as well as other pollinators such as the Monarch butterfly. On May 19th, it was announced that under the leadership of the U.S. EPA and USDA, the Task Force was releasing its Strategy, with 3 overarching goals: Reduce honey bee colony losses to economically sustainable levels; Increase monarch butterfly numbers to protect the annual migration; and Restore or enhance millions of acres of land for pollinators through combined public and private action.


    As we continue our special series called “The Neonicotinoid View”, host June Stoyer and special guest co-host, Colorado beekeeper, Tom Theobald talk to Larissa Walker, the Pollinator Campaign Director and a policy analyst at the Center for Food Safety about this new strategy. Stay tuned! 


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