• 00:39

    The Sound of Success Part 3 - How to tune your tone.

    in Motivation

    "Eloquence resides as much in the tone of voice, in the eyes, and in the expression of the face, as in the choice of words." ~ Francois La Rouchefoucauld


    Tone of voice is not WHAT you say, but HOW you say it. This encompasses not only the words you choose, but their order, rhythm and pace. Words are often very imprecise vehicles of communication, requiring us to be as highly reliant on how a person sounds and expresses themselves when communicating. Indeed, your voice and accompanying expressions are a very powerful tool for communicating when used properly and a friendly tone of voice can make your seem more approachable. Maya Angelou once said, "People don’t always remember what you say or even what you do, but they always remember how you made them feel.” Tone is influenced by emotion and is reflected through volume, pitch and rate. 

  • 00:37

    The Sound of Success Part 2

    in Motivation

    "Eloquence resides as much in the tone of voice, in the eyes, and in the expression of the face, as in the choice of words." ~ Francois La Rouchefoucauld


    Tone of voice is not WHAT you say, but HOW you say it. This encompasses not only the words you choose, but their order, rhythm and pace. Words are often very imprecise vehicles of communication, requiring us to be as highly reliant on how a person sounds and expresses themselves when communicating. Indeed, your voice and accompanying expressions are a very powerful tool for communicating when used properly and a friendly tone of voice can make your seem more approachable. Maya Angelou once said, "People don’t always remember what you say or even what you do, but they always remember how you made them feel.” Tone is influenced by emotion and is reflected through volume, pitch and rate. 

    In this episode we discuss how you can use your tone of voice to become a better speaker.

  • 00:36

    The sound of success. It's not What you Say, it's How you Say it.

    in Motivation

    "Eloquence resides as much in the tone of voice, in the eyes, and in the expression of the face, as in the choice of words." ~ Francois La Rouchefoucauld


    Tone of voice is not WHAT you say, but HOW you say it. This encompasses not only the words you choose, but their order, rhythm and pace. Words are often very imprecise vehicles of communication, requiring us to be as highly reliant on how a person sounds and expresses themselves when communicating. Indeed, your voice and accompanying expressions are a very powerful tool for communicating when used properly and a friendly tone of voice can make your seem more approachable. Maya Angelou once said, "People don’t always remember what you say or even what you do, but they always remember how you made them feel.” Tone is influenced by emotion and is reflected through volume, pitch and rate. 

    In this episode we discuss how you can use your tone of voice to become a better speaker.

  • 00:30

    Hope and Inspiration

    in Motivation

    "It is hope that gives life meaning. And hope is based on the prospect of one day to turn the actual world into the possible one that looks better." Francois Jacob.
    We believe it's possible to change the world and that it starts with you. How to become an inspiration in a world that needs hope.

  • 00:12

    Drug-resistant malaria a 'disaster in the making' (Second Coming Watch #545)

    in Religion

    1. Drug-resistant malaria is set to become the next global health crisis. Professor Francois Nosten, the director of the Shoklo Malaria Research Unit, said, “It’s already a disaster in the making, and as physicians we have to raise the alarm..."
     
    2. The U.S.-led coalition fighting ISIS in Syria has stepped up its attacks on the militant Islamist group’s de facto capital, with 30 airstrikes targeting Raqqa overnight. 


    3. Russia accused NATO on Monday of destabilizing northern Europe and the Baltics by carrying out drills there and announced new military exercises of its own, increasing tension over the Ukraine crisis. NATO responded by blaming Moscow for instability in the region, while British Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond said he was concerned by "extremely aggressive" probing of Britain's air space by Russian planes. 


    4. The number of people with Ebola in west Africa has risen above 16,000. 


    5. The United Nations says that more than 1,200 Iraqis were killed in November by acts of terrorism and violence.


    You can read these stories in more detail and get more prophecy-related news at SecondComingHerald.com.
     
    The prophetic passage of Scripture we are looking at today is Genesis 46:2-3 which reads: "And God spake unto Israel in the visions of the night, and said, Jacob, Jacob. And he said, Here am I. And he said, I am God, the God of thy father: fear not to go down into Egypt; for I will there make of thee a great nation: I will go down with thee into Egypt; and I will also surely bring thee up again: and Joseph shall put his hand upon thine eyes."


    Our second coming quote for today is from J.C. Pollock. He said, “Millions of graves are dug every year, but it is inspiring to think that one generation of Christians will cheat the undertaker.”

  • 00:51

    What's So Great About Pinot Noir: Part 3 Steve Lutz Lenne Estate

    in Entertainment

    The Minstrel and Muse Wine Tour, 3rd Thursdays.  November's show: New World Pinot Noir: California (Carneros), Oregon, and Chile through the words of winemakers on the episode What's So Great About Pinot Noir?


    Miles (From Sideways) on Pinot Noir: "It's a hard grape to grow... it's thin-skinned, temperamental, ripens early. Only somebody who really takes the time to understand Pinot's potential can then coax it into its fullest expression. Then...its flavors, they're just the most haunting and brilliant and thrilling and subtle and... ancient on the planet."


    Part I: Francois Lurton, 5th generation wine grower from Bordeaux. Owner, Francois Lurton SA. Imported by Winesellers Ltd.


    Part II: Michael Richmond from Bouchaine Vineyards in the famed Carneros region of California.  He helped found the Steamboat Pinot Conference over 30 years ago, which attracted winemakers from around the world and brought them together to share experiences and knowledge to help increase quality.  He founded Acacia winery and is now head winemaker at Bouchaine.


    Today's episode is Part III: Steve Lutz winemaker for Lenne' Estate in Northern Willamette Valley, Oregon.  He chose a vineyard site with the "worst soil in the county".  We'll find out why it's producing exceptional pinot.

  • 00:53

    2nd Annual Thanksgiving & Holiday Wines & Hard Ciders

    in Entertainment

    Wine Muse hosts Linda Rez and William Pollard, from Wild 4 Washington Wine, ring in the holiday season with the 2nd Annual Ideas for the Holidays: Holiday Wines, Sparkling Wines, Champagnes and Hard Ciders.  


    If you like wine, you might enjoy these winemaker conversations answering the question: What's So Great About Pinot Noir?


    Part One: Chile Pinot, Francois Lurton


    Part Two: California (Carneros) Pinot, Michael Richmond


    Part Three: Oregon Pinot, Steve Lutz

  • 01:02

    What's So Great About Pinot Noir: Part II Michael Richmond

    in Entertainment

    The Minstrel and Muse Wine Tour, 3rd Thursdays.  November's show: New World Pinot Noir: California (Carneros), Oregon, and Chile through the words of winemakers on the episode What's So Great About Pinot Noir?


    Miles (From Sideways) on Pinot Noir: "It's a hard grape to grow... it's thin-skinned, temperamental, ripens early. Only somebody who really takes the time to understand Pinot's potential can then coax it into its fullest expression. Then...its flavors, they're just the most haunting and brilliant and thrilling and subtle and... ancient on the planet."


    Part I: Francois Lurton, 5th generation wine grower from Bordeaux. Owner, Francois Lurton SA.  Imported by Winesellers LTD.


    Tonight's epsiode is Part II: Michael Richmond from Bouchaine Vineyards in the famed Carneros region of California.  He helped found the Steamboat Pinot Conference over 30 years ago, which attracted winemakers from around the world and brought them together to share experiences and knowledge to help increase quality.  He founded Acacia winery and is now head winemaker at Bouchaine.


    Part III: Steve Lutz winemaker for Lenne' Estate in Northern Willamette Valley, Oregon.  He chose a vineyard site with the "worst soil in the county".  We'll find out why it's producing exceptional pinot.

  • 00:51

    What's So Great About Pinot Noir: Part 3 Steve Lutz Lenne Estate

    in Entertainment

    The Minstrel and Muse Wine Tour, 3rd Thursdays.  November's show: New World Pinot Noir: California (Carneros), Oregon, and Chile through the words of winemakers on the episode What's So Great About Pinot Noir?


    Miles (From Sideways) on Pinot Noir: "It's a hard grape to grow... it's thin-skinned, temperamental, ripens early. Only somebody who really takes the time to understand Pinot's potential can then coax it into its fullest expression. Then...its flavors, they're just the most haunting and brilliant and thrilling and subtle and... ancient on the planet."


    Part I: Francois Lurton, 5th generation wine grower from Bordeaux. Owner, Francois Lurton SA.


    Part II: Michael Richmond from Bouchaine Vineyards in the famed Carneros region of California.  He helped found the Steamboat Pinot Conference over 30 years ago, which attracted winemakers from around the world and brought them together to share experiences and knowledge to help increase quality.  He founded Acacia winery and is now head winemaker at Bouchaine.


    Today's episode is Part III: Steve Lutz winemaker for Lenne' Estate in Northern Willamette Valley, Oregon.  He chose a vineyard site with the "worst soil in the county".  We'll find out why it's producing exceptional pinot.

  • 01:02

    What's So Great About Pinot Noir: Part II Michael Richmond

    in Entertainment

    The Minstrel and Muse Wine Tour, 3rd Thursdays.  November's show: New World Pinot Noir: California (Carneros), Oregon, and Chile through the words of winemakers on the episode What's So Great About Pinot Noir?


    Miles (From Sideways) on Pinot Noir: "It's a hard grape to grow... it's thin-skinned, temperamental, ripens early. Only somebody who really takes the time to understand Pinot's potential can then coax it into its fullest expression. Then...its flavors, they're just the most haunting and brilliant and thrilling and subtle and... ancient on the planet."


    Part I: Francois Lurton, 5th generation wine grower from Bordeaux. Owner, Francois Lurton SA.


    Tonight's epsiode is Part II: Michael Richmond from Bouchaine Vineyards in the famed Carneros region of California.  He helped found the Steamboat Pinot Conference over 30 years ago, which attracted winemakers from around the world and brought them together to share experiences and knowledge to help increase quality.  He founded Acacia winery and is now head winemaker at Bouchaine.


    Part III: Steve Lutz winemaker for Lenne' Estate in Northern Willamette Valley, Oregon.  He chose a vineyard site with the "worst soil in the county".  We'll find out why it's producing exceptional pinot.

  • 02:59

    Conservative Grassroots Gearing Up for for the 2016 Presidential Election

    in Politics Conservative

    Join us with our guest James Hardin. Call in and talk with our guest and panelists and you stay on the line. Join our Round Table Discussion.


    Follow the Show to get email messages for upcoming episodes. Just hit the follow button of this Link http://www.blogtalkradio.com/bards-logic-political-talk


    James Hardin: Highlights of Qualifications

     Field Representative for Taub for State Senate – Birmingham, MI.
     Consultant for Fortuna for State Representative-Ferndale, MI.
     Consultant for Francois for St. Martinville City Council – St. Martinville, LA.
    West Bank Coordinator for Bennett for Jefferson Parish Council – Harrahan, LA.
     Activities History
    1980 and 1984 Reagan for President – Lansing, MI.
    1988 and 1992 Bush for President – Lansing, MI.
    1996 to 2000 Chair Southfield/Lathrup GOP – Southfield, MI.
    1996 City Director - Gramm for President – Southfield, MI.
    2000 and 2004 Bush for President – Baton Rouge, LA.
    2000 City Director - McCain for President – Southfield, MI.
    2010 Hardin for State Senate – Southfield, MI.
    2012 City Director – Gingrich for President – Southfield, MI.
    2012 Campaign Action Team – 14th Cong. Dist.


    Some of the topics/issues : His time working with/for Newt Gingrich's campaign, illegal immigration, abortion, energy independence including alternative energy sources, America's role in the future of space exploration, the Russia/Ukraine situation, protecting the environment, and your general stances on economics, State sovereignty, and America's foreign policy.


    Bards Logic is the Grassroots, We the People Show.

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