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This week, Margit and Barbara gab about their new book "A Year of Good-Enough Parenting." Join in as they share insights, stories and the honest truth about their first collaboration that was waaaaaay more than a year in the making. And, call in to ask you questions and talk to Margit and Barb live on the air. You can get the book on Amazon, Kindle or by visiting www.good-enoughparenting.com.
The Good-Enough Parenting Show kicks off the New Year in high gear. We'll be be bringing you all the best experts to help you get the answers and support for your parenting questions and issues. And, when you're done listening to us live, head over to www.good-enoughparenting.com and sign up to receive all our latest news updates AND receive your very own copy of The Good-Enough Parenting Manifesto! On today's show, we'll share the good, the bad and the ugly about Holiday
"You alone are enough. You have nothing to prove to anybody." ~ Maya Angelou
Most people will tell you that they are their own worst critic. Are you that way? Do you often feel embarassed about your shortcomings? Do you long to be thinner, prettier, wealthier, or smarter?
If you focus on what you aren't and what you lack, it's easy to lose sight of what makes you special. Special, not in the sense that you're perfect, but in the sense that nobody can beat you being YOU. Whether you know it or not, that's not only good enough, it's necessary. If you struggle to accept yourself as you are, or you feel judged by others for not being what they think you ought to be, you should tune in today.
Find out why you can only be your best when you are being yourself. You CAN get better at accepting yourself - flaws and all, and learn to love it!
Call in to our switchboard or log in to our LIVE chat room and be EMPOWERED by today's chat.
LaTasha Ledetter will be interviewed by Irene Watkins. LaTasha will be sharing with us on how an individual should learn to focus on healing wounds from verbal and emotional abuse. The belief is that "I'm not good enough" is carried around by many, especially those that were told this often while growing up including herself. LaTasha will briefly discuss her past experience with the verbal and emotional abuse.
The first job we get we usually are around 18years old. We go out looking and we take the first job offered. We work on that job until we are laid off, fired, or the business shuts done. Again we do the same thing, and again and again. This is the most most of us have when it come to job search. Job search is a skill. Most of us never learned the skill. Most of us never read even a sentence about how to be successful in finding a job. Because we don't learn how, we end up in dead in jobs more times than not. Life happens and before you realize it you are stuck in a dead end job, making the same money ten years later. To get the best out of life, like anything else, you have to put in the best of ingredients. Completing high school is not enough to expect the best of jobs. Dropping out of high school surely is not enough to expect the best of jobs. If your best job search techniques haven't been good enough, you need help.
RELATIONSHIP SERIES PART VIII.
Quoted from Yahoo... My boyfriend and Iare both in our 30's, have never been married, no kids, and have been together for a year and a half. Both financially stable. I feel like we should be heading towards engagement, but there has been no mention of anything,
I'm feeling quite insulted. We are at an age where we should be thinking about children in the next couple of years, and I would like to be married first. I do not intend to get pregnant soon, but we have talked about what would happen if I did, and his response was "I would marry you in a heartbeat". But the thing is, why am I not good enough to be proposed to WITHOUT a child entering the equation? It almost feels like he would only marry me if he "had to". End Quote
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A No-Nonsense Guide for Minorities in Business
Dr. Brewer talks with Keith R. Wyche, author of Good Is NOT Enough - And Other Unwritten Rules For Minority Professionals. In recent decades, corporate America has gotten better at recruiting minority talent. But despite their education and hard work, too many African Americans, Latinos, and Asian Americans still find unique obstacles on the path to senior management. And there are too few minority mentors available to help them understand and overcome these challenges.
Keith R. Wyche, a division president at a Fortune 500 company, is the perfect mentor for ambitious minority businesspeople at all levels. His book is filled with thought-provoking insights and practical advice based on his own experiences and those of the many people he has counseled.
You can't afford to miss......Houston' own Debra Atkins founder of WORKING TOGETHER AS ONE PRODUCTIONS, INC., PROUDLY PRESENTS, Stage Play: “FINALLY, GOOD ENOUGH!”
Debra L. Atkins’ "FINALLY, “GOOD ENOUGH” – is the final chapter of the hit stage play series, “I’m Sorry, I’m Not Good Enough and the sequel, Still Not Good Enough.” The Perkins family is just another modern day urban family. It’s been four years since Bradley and Arleta Perkins have celebrated their 40th wedding anniversary, and since then the family has had to endure every human emotion that most families seldom have to experience in a lifetime. The Perkins family members are now faced with having to accept the newest surprise addition to the family, also along with having to deal with their own personal struggles, heartaches, and betrayal; the love they share for each other will be tested when......[Sorry, YOU need to BE THERE to SEE the REAL!]
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Morgan loves writing, acting, swimming and volleyball. She enjoys helping out and making people laugh. Everyone who knows her, applauds her nurturing heart. Morgan can often be found assisting her mother, ReShonda Tate Billingsley at book signings. She is active in her school organizations and serves as secretary for her Teen group in Jack and Jill of America, Inc. Follow her on Instagram @c_momo_b
Jackie is a lover of the letters and the arts. She has starred in three theatrical productions produced by Cherie Garland. She portrayed Crystal in “The Christmas Present,” Glenda The Good Witch in “The Wiz” and the Ballerina in “One Night With a King.” Jackie’s love of arts also extends to church. She participates in the praise dance ministry at her church. She utilizes her musical talents as a clarinet player in her local elementary school band. Jackie can often be found at various literary events assisting her mother and guest authors. She also enjoys journaling and making sketches in her notebooks.
Gabrielle, teachers describe her as hardworking and passionate about learning. She is the student council representative for fifth grade, plays both basketball and soccer and has a personality bigger than life. The confident young writer is also the daughter of young adult author Celia Anderson. Having grown up tagging alongside her mom at book signings and lectures, it’s no surprise that she has become interested in the art.
Book will be released December 9, 2014 Links to Purchase
Will Also be available on Amazon, Barnes and Noble and Kobi
Today's Show: Join Terilee as she shares the results from a Shameless Life Radio Survey on "Do you ever feel "not good enough." The answers may surprise you, and you may learn you are not alone
Kevin King and Lydia King founded Tru. Entertainment Magazine in January of 2011.
Kevin came from a background in photography and graphic art design and have
photographed some of the industry’s most famous and influential entertainment
Lydia is a former musician and staff-writer for multi- platinum and diamond award
winning Production Company, Flyte Tyme Productions. She's also written for various
performers and celebrities over the years earning a Gold record for penning a song
written for the highly popular 1980's pop group (The Jet's) "Believe" album.
Through perseverance, time, and talent these two self-taught publishers are now three
years and 24 issues into the production of the promotional magazine which is loved by
both fans, indie artists and celebrities alike. They work diligently to provide a publication
like no other and the 10 million + readers that they reach every month via Tru's;
website, digital editions, print editions, social media sites and live events can't seem to
get enough of TRU.
The King's prove that highlighting the positive in an industry that far too often suffers
from slander and negative promotion will work to encourage artists and celebrities to
change their outlook on the press and media altogether. Celebrities from all walks of the
entertainment world, legends and icons flock to 'Tru' to give their "TRU"th to the world.
Last but certainly not least, the King's believe in giving back. Fifty percent of Tru.
Entertainment Magazine's net proceeds are used to fund the One Love, One Mission
Movement. A foundation they've established to help homeless persons throughout
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