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Many people under estimate and undervalue the importance of self-esteem, while others place too much of their energy on the concept. On this episode of KNOT, we will define and dissect the concept of self-esteem, while focusing on methods to maintain it through emotional control and coping skills. We will also discuss how not having self-esteem can have very detrimental ripple effects in the entire world a person encompasses. As well as the perils of, if it is possible, having too much self-esteem. This is sure to be a polarizing topic, drawing many varied and interesting opinions. Make sure yours is heard.
A Miracle "is not explicable by natural or scientific laws...". Do you believe in Miracles? Do you feel they are the work of God? Unbelievable miracles around the world have been documented throughout history as well as modern day. Historical events, including Marian apparitions and The Miracle of The Sun, Miracles in the news today and Medical Miracles. Listen to some amazing and uplifting, real life miracle stories! Call in # 347-633-9648
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#TNT 038: Most people will define branding as the process involved in creating a unique name, IMAGE and presence of a product or service in the mind's of the consumer to establish a differentiated presence that attracts and retains loyal customers...and no one understands this process better than the Nigerian Brand Master himself, Award Winning Brand Strategist, Speaker, Principal Consultant at Adstrat and Founder/Creator of Brand Arise - CHARLES OTUDOR. So Join the Expressionist - Alex Okoroji LIVE this Talk Wednesday, 25 November 2015 @ 9pm GMT | 10pm WAT | 11pm CAT | 1pm PST| 4pm EST| as she strips his thoughts in a stimulating conversation about the Importance of Branding & Creative Marketing for Small Businesses in the New Economy.
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Historical Mystery Author Jeri Westerson stops by It’s A Mystery to Me with Stacy Verdick Case to discuss her Crispin Guest series. The next book in the Crispin Guest series , THE SILENCE OF STONES, will be released first in the UK in November of this year, and then in the US March of 2016.
Jeri was nominated for Macavity Award, a Shamus Award for Best First Mystery, and her book was the first medieval mystery to be nominated for this PI award given by the Private Eye Writers of America.
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THE IMPORTANCE OF FAILURE IN EDUCATION AND SCIENCE
Dr Stuart Firestein, Neuroscience professor at Columbia, TedX speaker and author of the best selling book "Failure: Why Science is so successful". He will discuss this book and his previous one "Ignorance: What drives Science".
Living a healthy lifestyle may mean something different from one person to the next. For some, health is defined by living a disease-free life. For others, healthy is being able to play with grandchildren or perhaps adhering to a weekly exercise schedule. Though the definition of healthy may differ between people, living a healthy lifestyle is a fundamental component to achieving your optimal mental and physical well-being. Join myself, Co-Host Kendra Patterson, along with special guests Sylinda Mumphery, author of "Lord Heal My Private Parts" and Health Fitness, CEO & Founder of Destiny Designer Jessica Pruitt as we discuss the importance of living a healthier life mentally, physically and spiritually.
Kay Kendall is a long-time fan of historical novels and now writes atmospheric mysteries that capture the spirit and turbulence of the sixties. A reformed PR executive who won international awards for her projects, Kay lives in Texas with her Canadian husband, three house rabbits, and spaniel Wills. Terribly allergic to her bunnies, she loves them anyway! Her book titles show she's a Bob Dylan buff too. RAINY DAY WOMEN published on July 7--the second in her Austin Starr Mystery series. She says, "In my mystery series featuring Austin Starr, amateur sleuth, I explore what life was like for a typical young woman--not a headline maker, not a Hanoi Jane or Angela Davis, but a moderate who nonetheless got swept up by history's tides during the turbulent sixties. All that turmoil lends itself to drama, intrigue, and murder." For more visit http://kaykendallauthor.com.
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Gun Control & Historical Racism
As Black Americans we must realize that gun control laws, from a historical perspective, serve one purpose, to keep us vulnerable and more easily oppressed. This is not conjecture or rhetoric, it is easily documented fact.
Join us, Alex Primo and Asha Zuri, Thursday October 8th at 9 PM EST as we explore the way America sought to disarm Melanated individuals across the land as part of a ruthless plot to control, intimidate, and in many cases murder innocent slaves and freed men alike.
Brendan O’Neill of the Guardian notes:
Throughout the 1800's, states passed gun-control laws that were fundamentally racist. So, panicked by the prospect of more black rebellions against white landowners, the North Carolina Supreme Court passed a statute in 1840 that said: “If any free negro, mulatto, or free person of color shall wear or carry about his or her person, or keep in his or her house, any shotgun, musket, rifle, pistol, sword, dagger or bowie-knife… he or she shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, and may be indicted therefore.”
In 1941, a judge in Florida’s Supreme Court called the laws into question when he overturned the conviction of a black man for carrying a handgun without a permit. He overturned the conviction, he said, because this law “was passed for the purpose of disarming the negro laborers … and to give the white citizens in sparsely settled areas a better feeling of security. The statute was never intended to be applied to the white population and in practice has never been so applied.”
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AASA (THE SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENTS ASSOCIATION)
ON THE IMPORTANCE OF SCHOOL BREAKFAST
KNOWLEDGEWORKS brings us a show with AASA guests Dr.Rodney Watson, Superintendent of Spring ISD, Houston TX amd Michael Grove , Ass't Superintendent of Meriden CT School District.
Join Nancy Reid & Lisa D. Smith – publishers of Big Blend Radio & TV Magazine, for Big Blend Radio’s Success Express show, airing live online from the historic Coronado Motor Hotel in Yuma, Arizona, the headquarters for the BIg Blend Spirit of America Tour of all 407+ National Park units..
On This Episode:
- Historic California Employment Lawsuits with Ward Heinrichs Esq., partner at Backstrom & Heinrichs Attorneys at Law in San Diego, CA.
- Success in Writing & Publishing Historical Fiction with Lynn Wiese Sneyd ‘The Book Biz Whiz’, owner of LWS Literary Services.
If your church has families in it, then you have a family ministry. It might not have a name or specific strategy under that name, but it's a ministry none the less. The guys will take some time on this week's show to discuss the importance of a family ministry, some ideas of what it might look like, who are the key team members in a family ministry, how to create a partnership with other family related ministries, vision for the ministry, who oversees a family ministry, etc. David and Matt will also dig into what they are reading and do a full weekend wrap-up. Matt will also share a few points from a conference he attended last week.
The Step Street Project of the St. Thomas Historical Trust has the objective of raising public awareness as to the historical value and uniqueness of Charlotte Amalie’s 45 step streets, and to initiate and coordinate programs to renovate, restore and maintain these valuable historical and cultural objects as present day working infrastructure, of benefit to the community.
Over the years many of these step streets, although used daily by hundreds of Virgin Islanders on their way to school, work, and their personal business, have been allowed to run down and in some cases are severely decayed due to neglect and lack of maintenance. On the other hand those step streets that have been kept up such as the well known “99 steps” are a source of pride in their community and are well known island wide. These few examples also serve as a model as to what may be achieved by beautification and restoration of these fine examples of our public architectural heritage.
The intention of the St Thomas Historical Trust is to partner with the various communities and community organizations and on a phased basis restore, renovate and beautify about 3 to 5 step streets per year. In the first round of restorations we will be partnering with “My Brothers Workshop”, MBW. They have been working with at risk young men and women in the community by teaching them building and construction skills. MBW have been active in restoring a number of historical buildings will training the youngsters in construction and social work skills.
The restoration process being contemplated will replace broken bricks, archways and entrance columns, ensuring compliance to the historical specifications. ~ Courtesy of the St. Thomas Historical Trust