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Discrimination and violence against girls and violations of their human rights still happen till today. The United Nations felt a need to raise awareness of the challenges that millions of girls face every day. In December 2011, the UN declared that it would annually observe the International Day of the Girl Child, starting from October 11, 2012. Just as Violence against women is a global course to the United Nations’ Community, the International organizations and working groups, violenc
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Empowerment 365 Ending Your Day Begin each day with PRAISE, Gratitude and a commitment to working on yourself. Join us as we are working on ourselves today, each day, everyday one day at a time. -Marvin E365 is an outreach of The Empowerment Works visit me on the web at: www.theempowerment.weebly.com
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Ending Your Day With Mental Relaxation and Visualization
Join Empowermentor and Coach Marvin Roane as he shares the daily practices of his Empowerment Works Program. Today's focus is the daily practice of Ending Your Day. Enjoy the experience of Mental Relaxation and Visualization.
The Empowerment Works is an “in person/online motivational, self help and self defining system, that impacts and changes lives.” It is fast becoming “the top choice of students, parents, entrepreneurs, public school programs, small businesses, churches and community organizations.
Join me as we practice gratitude, praise, relaxation techniques, motivation, personal empowerment and more daily only on blogtalkradio.com.
Work on yourself today, each day, everyday, one day at a time.
Empowerment 365 is an outreach of The Empowerment Works, visit me on the web at: http://www.theempowerment.weebly.com
Today is the last day of March, 2014 - end of the month - end of the first quarter on the 2014 calendar.
After a really rough Winter, Spring is finally here. Just the warmer temperatures alone will make you want to get started on new projects. Is one of those projects YOU?
Join Teresa Beeman as she reviews the Empowerment shows from March and listen as she tells you what is in store for April - and the rest of 2014.
This show airs every Monday and Wednesday at 11:00 am Eastern time fand is brought to you by the Center for Empowered Women.
Of the 5 Keys to Unlocking the Door to Empowerment, Visualization can be the foundation of all of your efforts to change your life for the better. Visualizing what you are planning to accomplish is a powerful tool because it creates your path to progress in your brain before you have taken any other steps.
While Motivation is a result of your desire to make changes, and Education gives you the knowledge to make changes, Visualization helps you to see the changes in your mind’s eye, making it easier to keep your Focus on what you want to accomplish
Join Teresa Beeman for 30 minutes of discussion on Motivation Leads to Empowerment.
This show airs on Mondays and Wednesday’s at 11:00 am Eastern time and is brought to you by the Center for Empowered Women.
It's time for the 4th Annual Helping Women Succeed in Atlanta ~ Spring Empowerment Summit and the Founder, Spark Plug, is here with us today to share how it came about and what attendees can expect at this year's Summit on April 12, 2014. It will be held at the magnificent InterContinental Buckhead Hotel. http://www.WomenRiseUp.eventbee.com
Spark Plug is a native of Flemington, New Jersey, by way of Columbia, South Carolina. He is a distinguished graduate of Mercer University and a graduate of Duke University's Innovative Leadership Program. He's been called America's Ambassador for women business owners. But his work for uplifting, spotlighting and showcasing women business owners has been recognized as far away as Japan. So, it comes as no surprise as to why he is known as the world's #1 promoter of women business owners.
He is the recipient of the Phoenix Award, the city of Atlanta's most prestigious award for community service. He has travelled extensively throughout the world to places such as London, Paris, Dubai, Amsterdam, Italy, France, Monte Carlo, Germany, Africa, Turkey, the Caribbean, West Indies, Israel, Mexico, Canada, South America and more. He is an entrepreneur, author, celebrated speaker, certified women's empowerment coach, radio talk show host, former collegiate athlete, humanitarian, U.S. Navy Veteran, women's rights supporter, exercise enthusiast and a marketing trailblazer.
Tune in to learn about the summit and what the attendees can expect.
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Joining Project Empowerment is author Denise Jaden to discuss her new book, Fast Fiction, A Guide to Outlining and Writing a First-Draft Novel in Thirty Days.
Fast Fiction is a quick, inspirational, step-by-step and day-by-day guide to writing a structurally sound and engaging first draft of a novel in the shortest amount of time possible: one month. It provides a great starting point for writers as they ditch time-wasters and detour frustration, and will give readers a map to help them decide where to go with their story and how to get there quickly, with results.
Denise Jaden is the author of Losing Faith (Simon and Schuster, 2010) and Never Enough (Simon and Schuster 2012). She lives in British Columbia with her husband and son, and is currently at work on another young-adult novel, which she fast-drafted during the 2012 NaNoWriMo. A portion of profits will benefit National Novel Writing Month.
You can learn more about her work at www.DeniseJaden.com
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Determination is the 4th Key to Unlocking the Door to Empowerment. Determination is what causes us to press on when we would really rather quit. Determination helps us to remain focused on our ambitions and to remember why we chose this path in the first place.
Determination will fuel your passion, develop your problem-solving skills and help you to build a positive belief system.
Join Teresa Beeman for a 30-minute discussion about Determination: The 4th Key to Unlocking the Door to Empowerment.
This program is brought to you by the Center for Empowered Women.com. It airs on Mondays and Wednesdays at 11:00 am Eastern time.
The Round Table is a show featuring Women On The Move coming together to discuss current events, relationships, professional issues, hot topics, gossip, and anything else related to a Woman! Follow us on twitter at @womenonthemove1 and check us out online at www.mywomenonthemove.com. Today's topics:
1. Byron Smith is on trial for killing two teens who broke into his Minnesota home
2. When Bullying goes wrong, Porsha Willams and Kenya Moore on reality TV.
3. Supreme Court upholds Michigan's ban on Affirmative Action relating to college admission.
4. Why some South Florida Democrats will not vote for Charlie Crist
5. Do Democrats take the African-American vote for granted?
6. Will Apathy win during these mid-term elections