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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.
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
Most of us have a "laundry list" of foolish behavior, unmet needs, losses, wrongs, pains, hurts, and traumatic events that can, over time, become emotionally overwhelming. One of the enemy's secret weapons is to trap us into embarrassment, discomfort, and humiliation concerning our perception of our list, leading us to wallow in either guilt or indifference. The results not only affect us and the people around us, but most importantly our relationship with God.
Listen to this broadcast as Christ helps us remove the shame!
During this show I will be discussing the issue of what I define as physical response and relational disconnect. This is when dog owners go through the motions of obedience training with little or no impact on unwanted behavior. I will be providing answers as to what causes it and the steps you can take to resolve this all too common issue.
We will be speaking to the Moorish paradigm vs. the "Black" paradigm and its civic implications. We will also be speaking to the fact that Islam on this land needs to be united on all fronts and yet, brothers from certain Islamic organizations are appearing to be INTENTIONALLY blocking us out instead of trying to unite although we are trying to unite FOR THE UPLIFTMENT OF OUR PEOPLE IN GENERAL. What are they trying to hide?
We are going to speak to the state of Moorish Affairs and how this movement is being stagnated by a bunch of weaklings who do not even follow the Prophet or the Temple anyway.
We are going to speak to state of the Moorish Science Temple of America and how many of them have never deactivated the negro chip that was implanted during the times of slavery and how that behavior is prevalent in these days and times.
We will speak to the fact that certain people who call themselves Moors are only claiming to be such to make profits by selling t-shirts and dvds and other things that does nothing to the very purpose of this movement which is, to TEACH OUR PEOPLE THE THINGS TO MAKE THEM BETTER CITIZENS & THE UPLIFTMENT OF FALLEN HUMANITY.
Time to have a CRUCIAL discussion on this overdue topic. PEACE!
Come share my maiden voyage as we discuss what it means to disconnect from other peoples crap and the crap that doesn't serve YOU any more. It's time to MIND YOUR BUSINESS and stand in your power to create the life you DESERVE to live.
Let's chat, I will use my intuitive gifts and crystal energy healing abilities to help you cut cords with past relationships and experiences to launch you into YOUR greatness.
Please check out my website for some fun activities and to recieve your FREE Ebook at http://thegracefulgoddess.weebly.com/
Grievous losses are an inevitable part of life we will each face, sooner or later. The pain of separation due to deployment. The loss of personal identity in advanced Alzheimer's disease. Life stolen away too soon by cancer's wrath. Financial havoc due to illness, disability, or death. Jean Bota has made it her life's mission to assist hurting people in the process of self-discovery and renewed hope.
With 33 years in the banking industry, Jean has witnessed and counseled people through some of their darkest times. "Change comes with a range of emotional responses, defense mechanisms and deep emotional states," she says. "Change brings profound questions: Who do I see? How can I navigate this change? What will I do? How do I initiate the change?"
In 2001 Jean experienced the sudden death of her husband which took her on a path of self-discovery and into a deeper spiritual awareness. Her loss transformed her, intensified her spiritual life, and awakened her; resulting in a return to college to further her education. It assisted the opening of creativity and restoration of self-confidence. As her losses became mingled with her education, she came to realize that many in the world had lost compassion and concern for others. She saw rational, logical and packaged formulas for coping with loss, which created a disconnect between individuals and their emotions. She felt compelled to develop new strategies; ones that recognized transitions are as natural as night and day.
Jean Bota says, "there is no beginnings and no endings, just adventure in life. As human beings we also experience changes in our lives; many anticipated and some sudden and unpredicted. One has to live those feelings of loss to truly understand the effects they have on individuals." Join us in this episode to dig deeper after loss. Isn't it time to find your passion and find the real you?
It comes as no surprise that there is a significant disconnect between the status of the sexes. Look no further than the workplace where we see women doing the work of men, yet few rise to the salary or stature of men. Why does this continue after all the progress we have made? Aren't women just as capable as men? Are men too ego-driven to allow a fair chance? How do we correct this imbalance? Listen as Debra and I pass this subject around.
American Vernacular presents Black Man Down: The Killing of Michael Brown and the Souls of Black People. This episode takes an unflinching look at the spike in killings of unarmed Black men and women by police in America, the public's indifference to it and the rising cost of it to taxpayers. Does this emotional disconnect highlight a different form of racism in Anglo-Americans that runs far deeper than we're willing to admit and how does a civilized society overcome that? We will also discuss the militarization of police departments, including the use of drones on American citizens, and what this potentially means to your righs under the U.S Constitution. Tune in and join the conversation at 619-768-2924
Want to get involved in our "Remember in November" campaign? Visit us at http://www.americanvernacular.org
It appears that the entire world has been talking about the "Iyanla: Fix My Life!" television program segment in which she tackles the the problems in the personal life of successful Video Producer Jay Williams who has father 34 children with 17 different women.
The public reaction in cyberspace was immense and I believe that this transpired because the story really struck a nerve not only with everyone, but in Black America especially.
Why? Well the fact of the matter is that while men of many different races have multiple children with several different women, the stigma is that Black men lead the pack in this sorry practice.
Whether the numbers back this claim up or not, the general perception is that Black men will easily make babies because of the joy of the process but will never stick around to actually raise them and must be forced by the courts to do so.
So with all of the frustration that is so commonplace due to those who have left many of these women down and out feeling all alone to raise their child/children, Jay Williams has become the perfect poster boy from which everyone can aim their emotions because of the extreme nature of his actions.
So on this night we want to hear from everyone who has something to say on the man who has 34 children with 17 women but the catch is that we also will be speaking on the women who laid down with this man and question how smart they might have been in doing so.
Why? Because in order to make a child it takes two!
I can't come down too hard on "Baby Mama" number one or two, but after (And I'm being nice about this) you meet a man that has 10 kids, wouldn't you be a little leery of laying down with him to have unprotected sex?
I feel that there are a lot of embarrassed people who see a little bit of themselves in this story and I want you all to express yourselves with ALL PISTONS FIRING!
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