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Today, everyone is equal. Women have the same rights as men and are able to do what they please. It’s understandable that women have a hard time working on a construction site but why is it so hard for them to succeed in fields like business/politics? This happens because these “systems” have been built on the male mind.
In order for women to become successful and independent and to have high power jobs in business and politics they need to become, at least in the way they think, men. As hard as this may seem, many women manage to achieve this goal.
Because these women have tried so hard to fit into these male dominated fields, they have essentially lost their feminine side. This is fantastic for their careers but devastating for their love lives. No man will ever want to marry another man; he wants to marry a woman that has the qualities of a woman. Even if these qualities didn’t mean much to the average guy, he could still not handle the fact that his girlfriend/wife is more successful than him or makes more money.
Unfortunately, this is the major love-life struggle that smart, successful and independent women face today.
Join us today on Women Leading the Way Radio as we interview Liz Goodgold, Speaker, Author & Brand Master of REDfire Branding.
Liz Goodgold is the author of How to Speak Gooder so YOU can boost your brand and biz. I have to let you know up front that Liz has some sneaky ways to speak gooder that works! So Ladies, take notes. For those men who may also have called in, take notes.
When it comes to professional speakers, women often unconsciously undermine our authority by speaking in ways that hurt our careers and biz. When we present to a male audience, even when women are also present, whether in the Boardroom or off site, we sometimes lose our focus and direction.
Liz is an author, coach, consultant, and motivational “speecher” who shares how to brand out, stand out, and cash in on your business. In fact, her clients typically boost their income by at least 40% after working with her! This fiery redhead has engaged audiences at Pfizer, Warner Brothers, Abbot Labs, Qualcomm, and over 150 other companies and associations.
Cecile Bereal is your host of Serving Up Diversity, a show designed to showcase the value of diversity and inclusion in the workplace and to examine best practices among stellar companies striving for a cohesive and diverse workforce. Cecile is currently the President/Founder of RMA Management Alliance, a human resources training, consulting and organizational management firm specializing in the “ations,” – employee relations, investigations, mediations, and facilitations.
We are back! In ths show we talk about the importance of creating a relationship with one's own sexuality and how that relates to sprituality. We'll talk about how sexuality is different after menopause, the importance of self pleasuring, sensuality and opening up to your sexuality as it exists now! We'll also share some things that you can do to find your sexuality again after menopause and establish a sexual relationship with yourself.
When searching for a mate, most of us carry around a list of criteria or qualities that we tell ourselves we're looking for. A brief perusal of any Internet dating site yields many such lists: "A sense of humor, a sense of adventure, and good teeth" says one. "Owns his own business, likes to travel, and works out," says another. Curiously, however, we often end up with mates who seem to lack many if not most of the qualities we said we wanted. Why is that?
One reason may be that people don't come custom-order and we must all inevitably make compromises if we don't want to end up alone. On the other hand, many "mate" choices people make are more than just a little surprising given the criteria they claimed to have been using. In some cases, it's as if their shopping list was completely tossed aside.
This is often exactly what happens. As with everything else, our conscious minds play second fiddle to our unconscious desires. That is to say, we may think we know what we want in a mate, but the real qualities we find attractive the real reasons for the choice we ultimately make—are often quite different from what we tell ourselves they are.
A much needed conversation about ISIS and what America needs to do to win the War.
Join me as I discuss the current problems plaguing this administration and how President Obama is handling the war. Should we send in ground troops? Who will be the next President to receive this torch? Can we have a biabipartisan approach to this?
With all that is happening in oir country. With all the different issues such as the budget. This will be a test for the Dems and GOP. Can they set aside their differences long enough to save America?
On this episode of Unspoken Words Robert and Michael breakdown how men approach finding a mate and getting married. What does a man look for in a Wife? How different is his approach to that of someone he's just interested in? On the the outside it doesn't seem like Men have much difference in the way they approache women in general, but there is definitely a difference in how men approach women when they are intersted in getting married. So join Robert and Michael as they give you a glimpse into how men approach getting married!
This Wednesday, Dec 17th at Noon ET on Women Warriors, our special guest, is licensed professional counselor (LPC) Sonya Waddell. Sonya will be discussing the important topic of “How Do I Manage Stress.” Given all the activities around the holiday season, this is a must to listen to and learn from to make your holidays less stressful!
Sonya Waddell has been providing therapy for 9 years. She uses a technique called Rapid Resolution Therapy and is committed to helping facilitate change and growth in her clients and works diligently to truly understand their needs. She works as a team with her client to help to understand them and evoke change. Sonya understands that one therapy technique will not work for everyone and that she must adapt to her client and the way they learn and take in information. She applies well-research based therapy approaches to assist her client’s therapy goals.
Sonya provides individual, family, and group therapy to adolescents and adults. She specializes in working with individuals who have experienced traumatic events as well as those having difficulties with: depression, anxiety, grief, divorce, anger, bi-polar, sexual abuse, obsessive compulsive disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder, and stress management.
Howard Glasser and Catherine Stafford will be joined by guests, Gail Anderson and Laura Bailey for this episode of the Nurtured Heart Approach podcast.
Gail has a Masters in Religion and Counseling; PhD in Educational Psychology and is an Advanced Trainer in the Nurtured Heart Approach. She has worked for 20 years as a school psychologist and recently began an early retirement. She is currently teaching and training schools, homes and church settings, helping parents, children and teachers to find freedomw and worthiness through NHA! She is also certiried as a Non-Violent Crisis Intervention trainer and a Pyramid trainer. She has been married for 37 years. Gail has 2 grown sons, one a family practice physician and the other an assistant district attorney. One is is married and has three children, ages 5, 4, and 2. She and her husband are thrilled to be grandparents
Laura is an LMFT and Advanced Trainer of the Nurtured Heart Approach and focuses her work on Children in foster care. Finding many simple ways to improve the quality of traumatized children's lives, givimg them hope, she was inspired to write the book, Courageous Love: Instructions for Creating Healing Circles for Children of Trauma, especially for grandparents raising grandchildren.
We find one of the hottest topics today concerning dating, is the ration of Men to Women in society and the Church. We are discussing the myths the truths and accepting questions and comments on Advent MIngle Live.
Join us at 7:00pm January 19th and Be sure to check us out on www.adventmingle.com.
In some cultures, marriage means a man's ownership of a woman's body. This belief leads to culturally accepted abuse of women, often under the guise of religion, and when abuse of women becomes an accepted part of a culture, it is difficult for women to break free of a cycle of bondage. Today, two women share their work within the Muslim community that that has helped break down barriers and provide solutions for women seeking relief from domestic violence, sexual abuse and family abandonment. Sister Claudette Muhammad, author of the book Memories, shares the wisdom she acquired through her extensive life experience. Sister Khadijah Dawah discusses her work in providing homes for homeless Muslim women.
Welcome to the "Women of Golf Show!"
Joining Cindy & I this week Caroline Chisanga - President of UrGolf
Here's a little about Caroline:
Caroline Chisanga is a one in a million on today’s green. A high-school state golf champion and college golfer, turned entrepreneur, who switched a personal challenge into recognition in the golf industry in less than two years. She’s really a “geek with game” as she has brought her tremendous technical skills to generating income for golf courses, golf pros, businesses and charities. And in delivering with such great results, in her climb, Caroline said, “No thanks,” to TV’s Shark Tank.
There is nothing more rewarding than making money for everyone we touch, pros, golf courses, charities and in your case, businesses! The only thing that ranks higher in my heart is to, at the same time benefiting underprivileged kids, many of whom we work with via The First Tee right here!!
Join Cindy & I Tuesday Morning at 9:00 AM EST on www.blogtalkradio.com/womenofgolf