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There are so many things out there that try to get our attention. The newest, greatest, most wonderful thing could make you lose weight fast, become a millionaire overnight, and make you super awesome for two payments of $19.95!!
But did you know that the wealthy do not buy into these newest and greatest inventions? In fact, they are not even swayed by the marketing of it all.
One of the traits that the wealthy share among themselves is that they are CONSISTENT. They are consistent in their efforts, in their failures (yes, they fail and they fail often), and in their routines. Which in turn makes them consistent in their wealth. Ever heard of the story of The Tortoise and The Hare? Notice that the tortoise was consistent in his efforts, even though it seemed like he was losing. I wouldn't be surprised if the tortoise turned out to be a millionaire.
Tonight, we will share how and why consistency is a common trait among the wealthy, why average people don't take the time to develop this trait, and simple action steps we can start today on our path to creating our ideal life.
October is National Domestic Violence Awareness month. Join us on Tuesday, September 16th when we will be discussing the topic of intimate partner violence (also known as domestic violence) and the challenges associated with providing services to victims of this crime with Dr. Ron Wallace, adjunct professor in the criminal justice program at Columbia Southern University.
Dr. Ron Wallace
Dr. Ron Wallace is a criminal justice professional with over 30 years of experience in both the public and private sectors. He is a recognized subject matter expert in the field of criminal justice and has worked on a variety of projects with criminal justice agencies nationwide.
Dr. Wallace received a PhD in Public Safety with a specialization in Criminal Justice in 2011 and for the past two years has worked full-time as a professor in criminal justice programs nationwide. He has served as an adjunct faculty member in the criminal justice program at Columbia Southern University since July 2012.
In addition to having experience working with agencies that provide services for victims of intimate partner violence, Dr. Wallace has also conducted research and published articles on the topic.
On tonight's show Rosie is going to discuss how to live with an alcoholic friend or partner. It's very hard to be married to an alcoholic or to watch a friend who is an alcoholic destroy their lives. It's becomes very hard when you are no longer in denial, and you see what pain and hurt they are causing all who love them. It's difficult and it's frustrating, and it can suck you into a crippling cycle of dependency, but if you are willing to work on yourself, you can find even more to love to give but set proper boundaries to protect your own vulnerability.
At the bottom of the hour Rosie will be joined by Leslie Hale for the weekly "Astro-Talk" segment. Very strong forces have been active in the Universe this week and Leslie will help define what we can expect in the coming week. You can view Leslie's newsletter at www.lesliehale-astrology.com.
The show is hosted by Rosalea of The Psychic Meeting Place and www.Blendedherbaltreasures.com
Rosie will be taking calls the last hour of the show. The call in number is 1(714)888-7516. Call in early and press the number 1 after connecting to be sure you are in the queue.
*The opinions expressed by the guests are for entertainment purposes only and those guests providing comments are theirs alone and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Psychic Viewpoint Show or its host.*
A common theme that I have come across while researching and studying on how not to be broke is this: the middle class is disappearing. Have you ever seen the movies Elysium, In Time, and Looper? If you notice (or if you haven't watched it) there is no middle class: there are only the rich and the poor.
We, the middle class, are currently in a situation similiar to the frog in the boiling pot. We, like the frog, don't know know that while we are sitting in comfortable warm water, the situation will soon become unbearable and by then, it will be to late to save ourselves.
On tonight's radio show, we will talk about the trends that point to this future, what the super rich are doing about it, and how our current action steps determine which class we will end up in.
Tonight I am joined by DrAesha...We are talking about how you can be a great match for a potential partner.
Dr Aesha Adams-Roberts, PhD, is a matchmaker, dating coach, relationship expert, speaker, singer and author. Affectionally called "The Love Professor," Dr. Aesha works one-on-one and in workshops. Join us as we chop up this topic.
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"It could always be worse"
It's a phrase that I've always told myself over the years to keep my perspective in check. You see, bad things happen all the time. And as you know, even to good people. Majority of people would make their situation into a really big deal, possibly even more than it really is. Where as those that understand how powerful it is to be grateful, even in tough situations, understand that "it could always be worse."
Because I believe in the power of creating good habits, especially replacing the bad ones, in this week's episode, we will talk about how powerful it is to shift your mindset into a place of appreciation and how doing so will bring you closer to your goals and dreams.
Join Dr. Culbreth and Dr. Hillary Potter, author of Battle Cries: Black Women and Intimate Partner Abuse for a discussion on violence against women.
Black women and abuse
Strong Black Women Syndrome
Ignoring Black women
Ray Rice issue
The effect of abuse on children
Why do women stay?
Intimate partner violence (IPV) is defined as threatened, attempted, or completed physical or sexual violence or emotional abuse by a current or former intimate partner. IPV can be committed by a spouse, an ex-spouse, a current or former boyfriend or girlfriend, or a dating partner.
Today's show we will be discussing Domestic Violence and The NfL's handling of Ray Rice and other players who have demonstrated this behavior in the media.
Topics for the show include:
What we saw with the Ray Rice elevator video and what we saw after the media spill.
NFL's handling of the case. Should there be a zero tolerance policy.
The prevalence of Intimate Partner Violence
Cycle of Abuse
Rehabilitation for perpetrators
How to counsel a couple that has experienced Domestic Violence
Renee Stokes-Domestic Violence Advocate http://www.cherylsresilientgirl.com/
Fabian Brown- 7 years in the field of Psychology
Denisha M- Behavioral Specialist and Master of Psychology
Join Coffee Machine and A Partner To Be Named Later for 30 Minutes of Classic Pro Wrestling Talk. Listeners are always encouraged to join in on the fun by calling (914) 205-5796 and voicing your opinion live on air or by letting it rip in our lively chat room. ***Today's Topics: Open Phone Lines and Best On The Mic & Greatest Tag-Teams***
We've all been there: trying to find ways to make more money. And we've attempted to do something about it and a lot of times we have failed. So we go back to what we know; we get a job. We get a second job. And even for some of us, get a 3rd job. But did you know that being an employee will soon become obsolete? And there might be a possibly that jobs as employees will soon be gone.
Not to sound so negative, but studying and researching money for years, you kind of notice a trend. A trend in which people who are more service oriented like waiters, entreprenuers, and even pastors have developed skills that will soon be in high demand, which in turn, means people will pay money for; their skills.
Tune in tonight and we will talk about simple ways we can make more money now and at the same time develop skills that will prepare us for a financially stable future, instead of catching us off guard.
Join Coffee Machine and A Partner To Be Named Later for 30 Minutes of Classic Pro Wrestling Talk. Listeners are always encouraged to join in on the fun by calling (914) 205-5796 and voicing your opinion live on air or by letting it rip in our lively chat room. ***Today's Topics: Hottest Women in Wrestling & Worst Gimmicks*** Phone Lines Are Always Open!
Truth be told, quite a few of the wealthy didn't have their wealth just given to them. If you read the inspirational stories, you'll find that many of them worked hard to get to where they are now, and their backgrounds were not all that great to start off with. In fact, some of them may have come have even more difficult circumstances than you.
But why is that they there are able to "make it" but you're over here barely trying to "make it." There's a slight difference between us and them, and we'll talk about what that slight difference is, how we can there, and simple action steps that will get us started.
Sunday night's radio show will change your perspective on how to view your life in a way where you realize that have a story. A story that will inspire many.