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Modern Combat Masters on DOCRADIO.NET with your Host, Professor Darrell Sarjeant and his Co-Host, Hanshi Dan Vena & Executive Producer Sifu Restita De Jesus are proud to welcome our very special guest tonight, William Eric Eubanks Sensei to the program, Wednesday-October 8th, 2014 at 9 PM EST.
William Eric Eubanks Sensei is a student of Shorei-ryu and Shuri-Ryu of Robert Trias Karate Linages. My current rank is 8th Dan. I have practiced martial arts for 28 years. My current instructor is Lorraine B. Lewis 9th Dan. I have trained with Sensei for 18 years.
My first instructor was Frank Rimmer of Brevard. Rimmer Sensei was a chief investigator for the local police department. During that time I also trained Jujitsu with Riley Ethington of Spartanburg SC. With him we also had Shiatsu therapy lessons. After a period of time Rimmer Sensei decided to close his school and two of his students took it over. Lynn Goldsmith 5th Dan, and Russel Ziegler 6th Dan. (That was in 1992)
I then worked out a special payment program with Lynn and Russel to pay for my lessons and travel. I taught classes for them at the school in Brevard and they paid for us to go to our new instructor in Spartanburg SC, Teresa Sanders 3rd Dan.
I continue to work for Sensei and keep her teachings alive in all who train with us and our martial arts family.
Barbara Eubanks excites crowds of all ages with her hilarious true stories she has aquired over the years. It's even been reported, that angels have been heard laughing when Barbara speaks! Barbara is a must have for any women's conference! Check her out more by visiting www.TheAuthorMinute.com
04/02/2013 - Ben Eubanks at Lunch with DriveThruHR @beneubanks visits with @bryanwempen @williamtincup &@thehrbuddy about what is keeping them up at night.DriveThruHR was designed to be a captivating and easy-to-digest lunch discourse that covers topics relevant toHR professionals. Each 30-minute episode features a guest speaker who shares her or his knowledge and experience in human resources. Our hosts and special guest cover a wealth of topics, including HR Technology, Recruiting, Talent Management, Leadership, Organizational Culture and Strategic HR, every day at 12:00 pm Central Time. The radio program is hosted by @bryanwempen @williamtincup & @thehrbuddy - tune in for great HR conversations and follow us on the twitters at @drivethruhr and #dthrhttp://www.drivethruhr.com/http://www.facebook.com/drivethruhrhttp://www.linkedin.com/company/1651206http://twitter.com/drivethruhr
You know that I'm about to say good things about a fellow Philadelphian, right? Hey, when it comes to Kevin Eubanks - ALL good is in order :)
This superb guitarist, composer, teacher and bandleader comes by his musicality naturally. Mom was a Gospel and Classical pianist and organist. Uncle Ray Bryant, a pianist whose focus was Jazz. Older brother, Robin, is a trombonist. Young brother, Duane, plays trumpet. Actually, Kevin played trumpet, too - and violin - along with piano - before falling in love with guitar. He joined a list of amazing alumni at The Settlement Music School in Philly (Albert Einstein, Stanley Clarke, Bacon Brothers) - then attended Berklee (who awarded him an honorary doctorate). Our guest's move to New York after college proved fruitful - an understatement. Kevin found work with Art Blakey, Roy Haynes and Slide Hampton - among others. And he formed his own quartet, with opportunities to fly over the world, sponsored by the U.S. State Department.
Naturally, you might know him best in the very high profile position that he had from 1995 to 2010 - as guitarist, then leader of "The Tonight Show" band, replacing Branford Marsalis.
What you may NOT know: Kevin has appeared on over 100 albums, his first recording as leader was in 1983 (age 25), he has more than 20 projects to his name, and he was named "World's Sexiest Vegetarian Man" in 2007. Oh, we'll definitely talk about that during the interview ;)
"The Messenger" is Kevin's latest work (2012) - and it's full of the honesty that he cultivates with each passing project. With all but two compositions original. And what he does to John Coltrane's "Resolution" alone is worth the price of the CD! We're having this chat on 3/18 in time for his Blues Alley events this week - please join us for 3rd hour conversation!
Sabrina A. Eubanks was born in Manhattan, but raised in Brooklyn and South Jamaica, Queens and lives there now with her young son. She is the author of Chasing Bliss, Boosters and the short stories Fame and Low Lo (series), The Magnificent Darryl Ivey and Up In The Air. She is also the author of The Karma Series which is currently being re-released uncut and remastered under its original title, Love and Consequences. She is hard at work on her next project Rock Stars.
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The Legacy Forum Podcast is on the Seika Network providing information that assist people in living their dreams. Children dream of greatness. Adults trade those dreams for an illusionary reality.
We are here to stop the brainwashing and help people live a life worth remembering. A positively impactful leagacy requires time freedom, economic empowerment, and a powerful belief. Our mission is to help enlighten people to the greatness within them and assist in providing the tools necessary for achievement.
This week's guest is Sensei Marty Eubanks. Sensei Eubanks is a 7th degree Black Belt with 40 years experience in Karate. Marty is a 2 time World Champion and 7 time National Champion.
Legacy Forum helps people create an inspirational legacy. The program topics feature Yoga, Nutrition, Network Marketing, Self development, Informational Tidbits, and Guest Interviews.
The Legacy Forum is hosted by Robin and Harry Shivery. Robin is a certified Yoga Instructor and Certified Surgical Technologist. Harry is a retired Entrepreneur and Black Belt. Robin and Harry are dedicated to the principal of giving back.
Source Nation!! Join us tomorrow night for an amazing show. Up first, is our Resident Financial Expert Tyrone Mitchell and host of Power Over Tomorrow. Tyrone will speak with us about: Should You Settle On Your Life? The pros and cons of selling your life (insurance)"
In the second hour, host K.LaShea will speak with Karen Eubanks Jackson about her mission to educate and emapower and support the African American woman’s breast cancer movement. You don't want to miss this show. We're live at 6pm. You've heard it here on the all new Source Radio Network
Karen Jackson - Founder & CEO of Sisters Network 7:15pm
Karen Jackson is Founder & CEO of Sisters Network® Inc (SNI), realizing her true life mission to educate, empower and support the African American woman’s breast cancer movement. Under her direction, the organization has implemented nationally recognized outreach initiatives including the only annual national African American breast cancer accredited conference. From advocate to highly sought speaker, Jackson is in demand for her personal insight and has received numerous honors and rewards on the national, regional and local levels. Jackson attended Morgan State University. She is married to Kyle Scott Jackson, has one adult child, Caleen and two granddaughters, Brianna and Alexis.
@beneubanks .....Ben Eubanks visits with Bryan Wempen and William Tincup about HR and whatever else keeps him up at night with Corproate America. DriveThruHR more than not talks about Human Resources with HR professionals every day at lunch time for 30 minutes. Give us a listen at (347) 996-5600 and share your thoughts on twitter using #dthr or @drivethruhr. We talk HR along with lots of clever bantor and thoughts every day at 12 Noon Central time at "DTHR".
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September 25, 2014 - LIVING A RICHER LIFE ~ Life Changing Talk Radio
THEME: Relying on our Inner Strength to Shake Fear and Learn from our Past
Toni Eubanks has a long-standing interest in how ethnic groups have shaped American history. Combined with her research on the coming of age experiences of young Americans throughout history, she has developed a juvenile historical fiction series, titled Passage to Womanhood. Her research has included the American West of the 1880’s, the Gullah culture of South Carolina, and African American roots in Ghana and Nova Scotia. Ms. Eubanks currently teaches in the Maricopa Community College system in Arizona, and is working on book two of her series.
THIS WEEK’S MESSAGE:
Even after we let go, the past is still part of who we are. Every one of us live in the present and makes choices based on some part of the past. This fact is simply unavoidable. All forms of learning rely on our ability to continually reference the past. Yet, in many cases, our past experiences can also cause fear, a lack of trust in ourselves and can be immobilizing. However, through our inner strength we can gain the ability to let go of the fear and to do what must be done to improve our future. But, how can we consistently rely on our inner strength to let go of our fear and learn from our past.
Kathy Eubanks is currently director of training for Voyager Group,LLC, a company that delivers cutting-edge motivational training.She has a passion for educating people and giving them tools to find their greatest potential and joy. Her programs are designed to help people improve their lives, health, relationships and leadership ability by improving their attitude. Kathy has 20 years of experience educating adults who are aiming to improve their opportunities. In addition, Kathy is the author of When It‘s You Against Them: Keeping A Positive Attitude Despite It All. She has appeared on a national morning television
show and done numerous radio interviews. She has even hosted a radio talk show. Kathy holds a Masters of Science degree from Wayne State University. She is a member of the National Speakers Association and on the Board for the Michigan Chapter. She currently resides in Michigan with her husband and three daughters.
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