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There are so many excuses we can make for not doing a show like this. . .WE DON'T LIKE EXCUSES THEY HAMPER PROGRESS!!! Sunday night we will discuss THE GREAT DIVIDE of the African American community. Tune into THE PANEL Sunday night as we bring to you GENERATIONAL SEPARATION. . .HISTORICAL BLACK AMERICA AS A COMMUNITY at 7pm Tune in with your family before there was a television,gather around the internet radio as a family the way we used to do Sunday dinner. The chat room will be open
This broadcast will discuss some news, the seperation and do a study on the book of Galatians. Since BTR is compromised, my approach will be different henceforth, which the listener will notice.
This is a listener supported show. I need your help to stay on the air, whether it is through prayer, donations, interacting in the chat or calling in on the show. Whatever you are able to do, my husband and I greatly appreciate it. God bless you.
Carl Henderson The Ministry of Reconciliation
Breaking The Summer's Heat
We speak to our new artist D3adman about his debut EP The Hypnosis EP, as well as welcome back our lead female artist Prophecy before she hits the studio. We'll also be playing tracks off the new mixtape from 80 Generations, The Coming Storm Mixtape Vol. 3 Generations Collide featuring artist from all over colorado. Don't miss out on this exciting episode with some local suprise guest from the 303.
Arin discusses a generational career trend: slash careers. Taking a look at opportunities, generational differences and worklife balance, Arin and Jess take a look at the opportunities, benefits, complications and practical factors to consider while building a slash-career with intelligence and intention!
Christians I beg you to PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE start reading your Word! Our level of ignorance is staggering when it comes to the things of God and His glorious Kingdom! Tonight we are going to obliterate the myth of the "generational curse" in the IC and expose it as just another "fear tactic" to get you to be submissive to the witchcraft and divination coming from the pulpit. Is it possible that you can be paying for SINS your great, great ,great, great, great,
Family businesses are unique and complex differing in many ways from non-family businesses. For those family businesses preparing for the next generation to transition and succeed, they need to expect all kinds of issues to arise that can cause conflict. Family members have questions and expectations: who is moving out? Moving in? Moving aside? The new generation has ideas and strategies which could very well be different from how Grandpa used to do it. Succession planning is key to this transition process. Change does not happen over night. Support from family business experts can frequently facilitate the way to a productive succession.
Mary F. Whiteside, Ph.D. is a family therapist, consultant, and mediator affiliated with the Ann Arbor Center for the Family. She is a Fellow and a former member of the Board of Directors of the Family Firm Institute and has contributed significantly to the introduction of family systems concepts to the family business field.
In her consultation practice she works with family firms to develop effective communication across and between generations. She works with Family Councils to coordinate family/business mission statements, and to set goals and guidelines for family career development, compensation, and ownership.
Richard Segal is an accomplished speaker and consultant on family business issues at Segal Consulting. Currently, Rick maintains a successful insurance practice while he consults with and trains family business stakeholders and service providers. Rick chairs the Family Business Council – an organization of family firms and service providers he founded in 1992.
"Segueway to Success"
One of the most fundamental elements of the privately owned business is that of family succession; business being passed from one generation to the next. It is an American tradition that is really at the heart of capitalism and the rights inherent in private property. What can make a business founder/owner more proud than passing on the business they built to their progeny?
With that passing, however, comes great transitional risk.
Join us this week when John Jensen of Jensen IT located in Des Plaines, Illinois joins us as a guest to discuss transitioning the family business. John is second generation in a company started by mom and dad. He has entered new markets and products since joining the firm and has the long-term growth and success of the company in his hands. He will share his experience and the challenges he faces in living a professional life with parents.
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Tonight on Wings Radio - BREAKING THE CURSE OF POVERTY - how to break the curse of poverty off your life, plus some things the Lord has spoken to me, including something He spoke to me specifically as I was preparing for this show! Inclues a prayer to break the generational curse of poverty.
eBook "THE CURSE OF POVERTY" was just published in the Kindle Store on Amazon - $3.99
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