• 00:32

    JED MOREY: THE GREAT AMERICAN DISCONNECT

    in Politics

    THE GREAT AMERICAN DISCONNECT: JED MOREY the publisher of the Long Island Press, a cultural arts and investigative news journal. Morey authors a column titled “Off the Reservation” and is a staunch advocate of Indian rights. He received his undergraduate degree from Skidmore College and an MBA from Hofstra University. www.americandisconnect.com
     

  • 00:33

    Do you have a disconnect between what you say and what you do?

    in Business

    http://blogtalkradio.com/hollischapmanshow our special guest Elisabetta Faenza-Do you have a disconnect between what you say and what you do? Does your brand authentically represent you and your deeper purpose in life?
    Having trouble communicating who you are to your clients and staff?
    Are your teams living up to their potential? Is your communication engaging, authentic and addictive?
    Elisabetta is an expert with a difference. With 30 years experience as a performance consultant Elisabetta understands the intimate relationship between what goes on inside your head and your results in the real world.

  • 00:45

    One Big Disconnect

    in Christianity

    One Big Disconnect


    Today's show is about one big disconnect. Bigger than a set of doubles uncoupling on the interstate. Bigger than a train engine loosing 100 train cars. It's the disconnect of men. Disconnected from one another, and from the next generation.
     

  • 00:31

    Introducing... PITA and his disconnect...

    in Entertainment

    You ever wonder why it is you do art? What purpose does art have in our society? If you stop and look around at the social landscape of modern American cities, art has filled a great void in the post-industrial American mainstream! It affects and reflects the surrounding! In this episode, I'm going to share with you my personal journey and tie that into what it spells for not only me, but for you and the PITAVRS....


     


    Welcome home,.

  • 01:17

    The Sisterhood Exchange Book Club, session 2

    in Women

    The book club discussion continues. Last week's launch was awesome. We discussed the book's preface and The Sisterhood of Self (S.O.S). This week's discussion will include a quick review before we delve into chapter 1, 'Disconnect to Connect;' which essentially says that if you're really serious about reaching your goals, tuning out the external noise is absolutely essential.


    Get the book at http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_ss_i_0_22?url=search-alias%3Daps&field-keywords=the+sisterhood+exchange+paperback&sprefix=the+sisterhood+exchang%2Caps%2C391 and join the discussion!


    Autographed copies available at www.michellehollinger.com.

  • 00:41

    John Carver Show - Make Your Minutes Count (Andy Stanley)

    in Self Help

    Andy talks about prayer in this broadcast and talks about the differences in prayers.  Isn’t prayer just talking to God?  So what is important when we pray? Is it the words we use? What about the place or the time? As we examine the words of Jesus in Matthew 6, we are often surprised at the answers. God wants us to connect to him in a growing, living relationship, and this requires us to take actions we may not have considered before.Jesus launches into a discussion on prayer. 


    Could it be that there is more to prayer than we thought? Two thousand years ago, Jesus pulled his disciples aside and taught them to pray. In examining his instructions, we find a disconnect between his teaching and the way we typically approach prayer. We discover that there are some things about prayer we think are important but aren't; and there are some things we don't think are important that are.


    Perhaps prayer is not about getting what you want for your life.


    http://www.northpoint.org

  • 02:27

    Holistic Health From The Edge: The Ominivore's Dilemma

    in Politics

    Join me tonight on We Resisters Radio as Dru Forseti and  I discuss Michael Pollan's book: The Omnivore's Dilemma. Mr. Pollan takes us from the inception to the consumption of four American meals. The first is fast food, highly processed, eaten on the run. Listen as we discuss corn, feedlots, and big food in America. The next meal is BIG ORGANIC. Learn the difference between large organic food companies (usually subsidiaries of conventional food companies) and local, responsible treatment of food. Then he takes us to Joel Salatin's Polyface Farms. Joel is a grass farmer, who raises animals for food. If the grass is healthy, so are the animals. Lastly Mr. Pollan examines a meal for which he has foraged. Through it all he discussed our disconnect from food, and how important it is that we get it back.

  • 00:59

    Intimate Desires: A Conversation with Nikeema Lee

    in Relationships

    Intimacy, love and sex are individually defined by life experiences, both good and bad. The manifestation of intimacy, love or sex is an outward expressions of our internal state of being. These three human experiences build upon and connect to one another. A disconnect or lack of understanding in one of these areas can lead to damaging and unfulfilled relationships not only with others but with ourselves. We will talk to author, editor in chief of Upscale Desires Magazine and Intimate Relationship Coach, Nikeema Lee about achieving true intimacy with ourselves and with others.  Join the conversation and DON’T BITE YOUR TONGUE!!! Call in 646-716-5470.

  • 01:20

    Americas Most Unwanted and The People Who Find Them

    in Legal

    Our weekly program for and about the world of Bail Bonds. While at first glance you would think that Law Enforcement and the Bail Bonds world would be the best of friends, the Bonds Man deliveres the wanted bad guy to the jail. No donut break is interupted, the only pesky bit is the paperwork. Alas this nirvana is not reality. The Police and Bondsmen do clash. There are hundreds os stories, some humorous in retrospect, but not nearly so rib ticlkingly funny at the time when you are staring down the barrel of a gun.


    Why is there this disconnect between the two groups, they share a common goal?

  • 00:56

    Mr. Kevin Porter on 'Darryl Clark's Progressive News Weekly' - Saving Black Boys

    in Current Events

    Thursday February 26, 2015, 6:30 - 7:40PM EST
    (ENCORE REPLAY OF 2-12-15 PROGRAM)


    It's Black History Month.  A time of reflection and enlightenment on African Americans for our nation.  This weeks special quest: Kevin Porter (author, engineer, Executive Director of 'Man Made Mentoring', and educator) will weigh in on the current state of African Americans with the backdrop of African American History.  Mr. Porter will also discuss the impetus behind his book: "Angry Little men: Hypermasculinity, Academic Disconnect and Mentoring African American Males".  You will want to catch this interview especially if you influence male Black youth or care about them!
    Don't miss it!

  • 01:10

    The Sweet Spot - A sense of Connection

    in Business

    You can show someone a picture of food, but that will not feed them. You can feed someone, but that does not mean they are nourished.


    Working for an alluring salary, ample benefits and fancy title are not enough any longer. So many people in the workspace feel disconnected; from life, themselves, their colleagues, and mostly from the organization and leadership. Yet, there is a huge, unrealistic expectation on them to engage, contribute and participate fully in realizing visions, strategies and goals of the group or organization. Disconnect equals discontent, and many dis-type words. Dis-type words do not serve healthy relations or subsequent actions and interactions. Dissonance is not the playground for success, abundance and well-being,


    Connectedness and relationships are different aspects of human life and human engagement. Connectedness directly impacts relationships; it is impossible to have a meaningful, harmonious, joyful, honest and mutually beneficial relationship if you do not feel connected. This will determine how you feel about your environment and the people around you; it directly influences your ability to contribute and participate in life.


    We are becoming more and more aware of the importance of connectedness. To understand this connectedness on a deeper level, there are two complimentary, opposite forces that are necessary for harmonious, synergistic, co-creative and abundant relationships. The leader becomes the conductor of these forces to allow for a magnificent symphony to be played between his/her people which will result in wellbeing and abundance for all involved.


    We will explore these two primal forces and how they impact not only our outcomes, but more importantly the experience of all involved. This enriched experience, full of possibilities, naturally results in a sense of connectedness and meaning; which in turn fuels spontaneous participation and profuse contributions.

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