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Women in Business - Dr Gayle Carson
Elizabeth Houghton is a real estate professional who has worked in England, South Africa and now California. She chooses to work only with women and talks about why. She also talks about why women should buy and invest in real estate. She discusses the issues women who are facing a divorce or are widowed face. She also discusses the advice she’d give a “property virgin” whatever her age if she hasn’t owned property before.
Kathy Harris is an expert in technology and talks about why it’s important for professional women to actively network and what the benefits are. She also discusses Facebook and Linked In as a way to develop these networks. She explains the difference between a mentor and a sponsor and how you approach each. She also explains how to leverage your time so you can make the most of these strategies. She’s an expert in the recruiting and placement of professionals for corporate growth initiatives
Ana Patel is a human resource professional who talks about the challenge facing HR today to create benefit programs that benefit diverse workforces. The economic recession has impacted how companies weight their rewards/benefits packages. She has advice for women who face challenges achieving a work-life balance and explains why employees often feel disconnected from leadership and feel they don’t have a say in what happens to them.
Living Regret Free - Dr Gayle Carson
Stacey Hall is the author of “Chi-To-Be! Achieving Your Ultimate B-All” and wants to help others heal their hearts. She talks about saving the lives of people who are stressed to the snapping point. She shows people how to become more powerful in less than a minute. She also talks about “Energy Surges” and provides the process of aligning one’s intentions to activate one’s intuition to attract all one desires with velocity and ease.
Talking about second marriages, Patricia Bubash talks about whether the energy put into being regretful has any purpose. Her divorce gave her a lot of information about second marriages which is why she wrote the book. She discusses whether or not people let regrets define them. As a licensed Professional Counselor and a Stephens Minister, this topic came out of many parents who entered her office needing an ear or shoulder. She answers the question about regretting previous decisions and how to deal with that.
Patricia Sexton is a former banker who moved to Mongolia to pursue her life’s dream and work as a foreign correspondent. She talks about what the trading floor was like and what made her decision to finally leave banking. She discusses Mongolia, Afghanistan and why she returned to banking.
Laura McGee is a divorce coach and works with women about the biggest regrets they have after the divorce. She talks about her unique blend of emotional support and legally trained critical thinking skills that help her clients make cost saving decisions, manage the complexities of co-parenting and reduce conflict so they can divorce with privacy and dignity and give them the tools to help them thrive after divorce.
On tonight's episode Tom adds some completeness to the ffith question asked last week which went something like "Why won't you just compromise?". In addition we are going to make the technical attempt at bringing you a speech by Dr. Benjamin Carson. This is the address that he gave, which I would describe as controversial given the fact that he spoke at the National Prayer Breakfast in front of the Obamas. Well controversial is likely the wrong word. How
Our ExtraOrdinary Black Neurosurgeon Dr. Ben Carson
Benjamin Solomon "Ben" Carson, Sr. (born September 18, 1951) is an American neurosurgeon and the director of pediatric neurosurgery at Johns Hopkins Hospital who now intends to begin a career in politics. Among other surgical innovations, Carson did pioneering work on the successful separation of conjoined twins joined at the head. He was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the highest civilian award in the United States, by President George W. Bush in 2008. Since delivering a widely publicized speech at the February 2013 National Prayer Breakfast, he has become a popular figure in conservative media for his views on social issues and the government's role in the health care industry.Carson was born in Detroit, Michigan, and was raised by his single mother, Sonya Carson. He struggled academically throughout elementary school and emotionally with his temper. But after his mother reduced his television time and required him to read two books a week and produce written reviews for her, he started to excel in middle school and throughout high school. After graduating with honors from Southwestern High School, he attended Yale University, where he earned a degree in psychology. He chose to go to Yale because in College Bowl, an old knowledge competition television program, he saw Yale compete against and defeat many other colleges, including Harvard. Carson wanted to participate in College Bowl, but the program was discontinued. From Yale, he attended University of Michigan Medical School, where he attained his M.D.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ben_Carson
Tonight we continue a bit with the most recent Dr. Carson frenzy. We will discuss where he is relative to the media world and political world. In addition we will talk about a number of current items. The list we would like to get to includes a story about Monsanto corporation and an Indiana farmer, the jump in the payroll tax, the Benghazi attack, the State of the Union address and much more. So tune in and let's share some thoughts! Call in with your questions
Last week, we dispelled once and for all, the false notion that Obama either can or seeks to be the “President of all the People”, a favorite line of his devotees, when they realize they cannot defend his policies and positions that are earmarked for a SPECIFIC segment of “the people”.
Anyways, moving forward, things were just too quiet for the esteemed Dr. Ben Carson, after February 7, 2013. After all, he’d committed a definite NO-NO for a black man in America, publicly disagreeing with the words emanating from the “throne” of Barack Obama.
So, the other day, he avers his position that marriage, as defined by God, is only between man and woman. This is the opening the left had been looking for, in order to destroy the works and reputation of Ben Carson.
As we on Critical Discourse, have championed the cause of those within our community who have not been swayed from our historic legacy of strong and staid social conservatism, we show RESPECT and HONOR to such GIANTS, as Dr. Ben Carson!
So, climb with us, to the Tree of Knowledge, as we grab unto the branch of Critical Discourse - your show on The Frontline.
WARNING – The journey up the “tree” requires clarity of thought and temperance of emotion, so come with your “Thinking Caps”!
On this edition of Carson's Corner, Bob will talk about the up-coming budget talks, and Obama and the Democrats cutting Social Security.
The corporate mainstream media is positioning this debate as the GOP having "compromised" by agreeing to merely open the government.
On this episode of Carson's Corner, we'll talk to Keith Bishop, author of the book, "Slop: The Wild Boar Nation."
Plus, Bob will discuss the latest in the government shutdown and whatever else is on his mind.
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