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Walk to Wealth day Fourteen There are two important books to have on hand as you complete this 21-day Walk to Wealth coaching call series -- The ABCs of Money and You Vs. Wall Street. Here are links to purchase the books. The ABCs of Money https://itunes.apple.com/us/book/the-abcs-of-money/id591187624?mt=11 http://tinyurl.com/cqa2eqp You Vs. Wall Street http://tinyurl.com/bptty2z http://tinyurl.com/cuzarjv https://itunes.apple.com/us/book/you-vs.-wall-street/id394384027?mt=11
Week Fourteen - The Second Field of Knowledge - The Knowledge We Can Acquire of the Inner Being of Others At 8:30pm CST Wednesday February 6th we began the 54 weeks of support material and online coaching that is part of The Laws of Material Wealth Personal Development Program. Those who have purchased the program have the book, The Laws of Material Wealth, The Workbook and 4 DVDs. Those who purchased the book before the development of the workbook and DVDs are grandfathered into the program. The Renford Affirmations have been sent to those on this Affiliate list and material will be sent each week prior to the show. The host of the show is James Renford Powell. The Moderator is Jerri Bunting and the Panelist Richard S. Floyd and Rev. Robert J.V McMillan. You can access the show by going to the RBR Network page on www.blogtalkradio.com/renford or calling 1-347-838-9142.
Join host Geoff Stoddart as he welcomes in AngelsWin.com's Founder, Chuck Richter, and Seinor Advisor, Bruce Nye, to discuss the site's 2013 Spring Training Fanfest.
The event welcomed Angels legend, Tim Salmon, General Manager, Jerry Dipoto and a round table media discussion from Joe McDonnell (FOXSportsWest.com; FoxSports.com), Jeff Fletcher (Orange County Register), Alden Gonzalez (MLB.com), and Victor Rojas (Fox Sports).
TONIGHT'S EPISODE: THE UNNECESSARY CAMPAIGN: PART THREE Greetings friends! In this, the fourteenth installment of the Battle of the Bulge and World War Two Info, we will continue our discussion of the monumental blunders General Dwight David Eisenhower made prior to and during the famed Battle of the Bulge in the Second World War. The casualties the United States' Army suffered during the battle of the Bulge campaign itself as well as those casualties our forces suffered prior t
James Littleton hosts Pouring it Out Christian Radio “The love of God has been poured into our hearts by the Holy Spirit, which has been given us” (Romans 5:6, JB). Mission: To draw the broken to the breathtaking love, healing and mercy of Jesus. Are you pouring it all out for God and others with the gift of your life? James Littleton's new book Healed through Cancer and Other Adversities Book Description Faced with chronic lymphocytic leukemia, James Littleton came to more prof
14 year old Tori Turner, affectionately known by most as “Tori Turner” is a native of New Orleans, LA. Tori is an author, entrepreneur, teen queen, motivational speaker, model, and aspiring actress. As an author with Atlanta based Delphine Publications, Tori released her first inspirational book, “When I Decided to D.R.E.A.M. BIG" along with the "D.R.E.A.M. Journal.” As an entrepreneur, Tori started her company, T Star Entertainment, Inc. Stone Erickson is one of the youngest published authors in the country. He wrote his first full length work at twelve and was offered a publishing deal with Delphine Publications at fourteen. "I can't remember a time when I didn't write," he admits. His first passion was the Magic Tree House series by Marie Pope Osbourne. Reading offered the elementary school student an opportunity to escape into a literary fantasy. It wasn't long before Stone was creating his own literary fantasies, utilizing the personality traits of his friends, teachers and even kids he didn't get along with at school. His first attempts were comic books starring himself as a superhero he started writing and illustrating back in third grade. "I like to take people's best or worst characteristics and push them into new characters with totally different identities," he explains of his writing style.
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Aloha! When Serge Kahili King was fourteen he was initiated into the path of Hawaiian shamanism by his father. At eighteen he was adopted as the grandson of Joseph Kahili of Kauai, a "kupua" or shaman of the Hawaiian tradition. In addition to his years of training with the Kahili family, Dr. King spent seven years in West Africa being trained in African shamanic traditions, and has made in-depth studies of other such traditions around the world. Today he teaches people how to use shamanic healing techniques and uses his knowledge to help others discover their own creative power.
Serge Kahili King, Ph. D., has published the world's largest selection of books and tapes on Huna, the Polynesian philosophy and practice of effective living, and on the spirit of Aloha, the attitude of love and peace for which the Hawaiian Islands are so famous. He also writes extensively on Hawaiian culture and is a novelist as well. Critics describe his style as "practical, down-to-earth, and easy to grasp." He maintains this clarity in his books, his audio and video tapes, and his articles. You can find many of his works at The Huna Store, and you may read some of his articles at The Library Hut of the Hawaiian Huna Village, sponsored by Aloha International.
The Afterlife of Billy Fingers
Annie Kagan is not a medium or a psychic; she did not die and come back to life. In fact, when she was awakened by her deceased brother, she thought perhaps she had gone a little crazy. In her new book THE AFTERLIFE OF BILLY FINGERS: How My Bad-Boy Brother Proved to Me There’s Life After Death, Annie shares the extraordinary story of her after death communications (ADC) with her brother Billy, who began speaking to her just weeks after his unexpected death. One of the most detailed and profound after death communications ever recorded, her book takes you beyond the near-death experience and answers one of life’s most elusive questions: “What happens after we die?”
Annie Kagan began writing songs at the age of fourteen and at fifteen, she was signed by a producer from Columbia Records. At sixteen, she was performing in New York City cafes and clubs. After ten years as a songwriter and performer, Annie returned to college, graduating with honors, and became a Doctor of Chiropractic with a successful private practice on Manhattan’s Upper East Side.
Attracted to Eastern spiritual traditions, Annie studied yoga and pursued an intense meditation practice. Following her inner voice, she left her career as a doctor and abandoned her hectic city life in search of serenity in a small house by the bay on the tip of Long Island. Annie returned to songwriting, collaborating with Grammy and Emmy award-winning producer Brian Keane. Brian’s high regard for her lyrics inspired Annie to join a writers’ workshop. While writing her first novel, her brother Billy died unexpectedly and began speaking to her from the afterlife.
Stormy Wellington is a thirty-two year old powerhouse who was a millionaire before she was thirty. With the way her life began, no one expected success from this young woman. Stormy grew up what most would consider a rough upbringing living some of her time in foster homes while her mother was out trying to make it.
No matter what she faced, Stormy was still determined to excel in school.She ran track and cheerleading at high school football games, and at night while other children were doing their homework, Stormy was working different jobs so that her and her brothers could stay together. Stormy became a teenage mom at the age of fourteen which caused her to have to grow up even faster than before. At the age of 18 Stormy became a mother again, and after discovering that small jobs were not going to cut it, she became an entrepreneur Without a high school diploma (she’d dropped out of school when she became pregnant with her first child) Stormy opened three boutiques in Miami and ran them successfully until the economic downturn that came from 9/11. Finally, Stormy moved with her children to Atlanta, where she joined a network marketing program and within a year was a millionaire. She is now one of the top network marketing earners in the country.
Her memoir, The Quiet Storm came out in June, 2012 to critical acclaim. Her mission is to share her story to give hope to others. It is because of her life story, her tenacity and perseverance that Stormy Wellington is now considered one of the rising voices and one of the movers and shakers in the African American community.
Dr. Clifford N. Alford began his training at five years old, when his Grandmother, a Texas Cherokee Medicine Woman recognized his interest in herbs and the ways of Mother Earth. She taught him an average of two to three months per year for the next fourteen years. After serving with the US Army and Bureau of Prisons and later extensive travel, Dr. Alford continued his formal education as well as being mentored for eleven years in the spiritual practices of the Eastern Band of the Cherokee People. He entered into the full time practice of Cherokee Medicine which involves the living and teaching of all the Cherokee culture.
Today parents, athletes and sport associations are caught up in a concussion conundrum! While education and awareness about concussions is attracting more attention, the legal path of concussive incidents is one seldom ventured or understood.
Now, policies, products, rules and the law are beginning to address the issue head on (pun intended). States, provinces and countries are looking to establish legal guidelines regarding who should be responsible for the athletes and their safety. “While the National Football League (NFL) has made several sweeping changes to its player safety regulations over the last decade, Dr. Robert Cantu, of Sport Legacy Institute, said those standards aren’t being replicated in youth football”
It’s time for the nation to wake up and demand that those in charge of full-contact youth sports be held accountable. Parents of aspiring young football players need assurance that the safety of their children, ages five to fourteen, is a priority. It may be time for parents to demand changes to the rules and policies in youth football for whenever a child suffers a head injury. Katherine “Price” Snedaker and Paul Anderson share their knowledge on how the law and how concussions can affect you and your kids. Listen or call in LIVE on Wednesday May 8, @ 7PM EST at BEYONDtheCheers on blogtalkradio. Dial-in TOLL FREE 1-877-357-2448 in Canada and United States to ask a question, or email in advance.
Our President and Founder Fabianna Pergolizzi will be interviewing Kylie Morgan a singer, songwriter, actress and professional speaker from Newcastle, OK. She wrote her first song on a little pink guitar that her pawpaw gave her when she was only twelve years old. By the age of fourteen, she had signed a deal with Land Run Records. She continued her songwriting and started making frequent trips to Nashville to write with some of the top songwriters in the business.
She decided to follow her dreams, Kylie’s life completely changed from that of a 14-year-old student, gymnast and cheerleader to, as she says, ‘completely dedicating myself to become what I realized I wanted to do for the rest of my life - be a country music artist and make a difference in people’s lives.’
Kylie was picked to star in E! Entertainment’s Opening Act, opening for country superstars Jason Aldean and Luke Bryan. Kylie’s episode is now being seen around the world where she is gaining global recognition, not only for her artistry, but for her message of kindness with her bullying prevention awareness campaign, “It Matters What We Do.”
At 17, Kylie has an impressive catalog of songs, performs coast to coast, visit schools, calls Nashville her home-away-from-home and continues making a difference while building her fan base. She says she has gone from hoping and dreaming to doing and achieving.
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Song of the week: "Phoebe" - Kylie Morgan