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The Un-Game: Four-Play to Business as UNusual with Ingrid Martine
“The Un-Game” is based on the premise that we have more to unlearn than learn in order to meet current work and life challenges. "The Un-Game" is both a captivating novel and an inspirational invitation for organizational leaders to engage in a cutting-edge paradigm shift about how 21st century organizations do business. While speaking specifically to managers and other leaders, it also has universal appeal—we are, after all, managers of our own lives.
Before immigrating to the United States at age eleven, Ingrid Martine lived in Germany. Her fascination with human behavior began as an eight year old who read--under bed covers by flashlight and against strict maternal instructions--mythological stories and Tolstoy's Anna Karenina.
While working as a teacher with inner-city at-risk youth who seemed to hate to learn, Ingrid started experimenting with and developing innovative educational models. Certain that a disdain for learning is unnatural, she submits that learning environments must help people--adults in corporate America included--get out of their own way. Ingrid Martine's ability to create rich learning environments was facilitated as much by non-traditional learning experiences like waitressing, horse and dog training, all of which required her to be "client-centered," as by her graduate work in psychology and experiential education design.
The Un-Game is a novel whose characters work in such a rich learning environment. Her intention is to engage the reader in a learning process that supports exceptional effectiveness at work and transfers to life beyond work.
For more information visit: http://ingridmartine.com/
Enrique Morones, founder of the Border Angels http://borderangels.org/ will discuss how America's financial, military, trade, drug policies affect immigration. We will explore the influence of the banking cartels and how they destroy the lively hoods of millions of people. We will discuss the recent efforts of President Obama to reform immigration and the Republican response. We will explore the plight of immigrants crossing the border, their journeys, why they come and what happens to them when they arrive in the United States.
in Self Help
Tonight's special guest is Olivia Martinez from Pico Rivera, CA, child abuse survivor and Employment Coordinator at the California Department of Rehabilitation who says she always aims at complete harmony of thought and word and deed. Immigrating from Mexico in the 60's her family lived in the largely Latino East LA area. Her father was a blue collar worker who suffered from alcoholism. "I always felt alone," she wrote. But her mother spend the majority of her time dealing with her father's alcoholism. Olivia was repeatedly sexually abused by a cousin, eight years older than her. The first incident of this was when she was about three, but the last time was in adulthood. "I grew up eating my anxiety away and reached 375 pounds in adulthood. I was fat and felt like a monster." Eventually she began working on herself. "I had gastric bypass and lost all my excess weight. I began kick boxing I learned how to physically to not let anyone hurt me gain. The recovery period has been long and imperfect." Olivia began therapy for the first time when unsuccessfully trying to prevent a break up with her boyfriend, but eventually found more appropriate help at the East Los Angeles Woman Center where they assist woman who have been sexually and/or physically abused. "I have developed a more keen relationship with myself," she says, "and continue to work on me and my developmental stages and inner conflict I go through every day. I now am ready to let the world know my story and take what happened to me and embrace all the good things of who I am. I am preparing to finally forgive men in general for what one man did to me, and I want to one day forgive him for changing the course of my life and introducing a struggle that will never go away."
- http://www.newenglishreview.org/, we will be discussing the US- Iran Nuclear Deal being negotiated by the Obamajarrett Administration. Mr. Gordon has written extensively on this subject. We will discuss whether this is a good or bad deal for America and our only true ally in the Middle East - Israel or as Iran refers to: "The Little Satan"? What is his opionion of the letter written by 47 U.S. Senators to Iran? did it break any US laws? What role are China and Russia playing in these neogitiations? and many more questions....
Mrs. Clinton's latest revelation of her Immigrant Grandparents - uh oh it's a LIE! Mrs. Clinton fabricated yet another story, this one of her grandparents immigrating to the United States. 3 of 4 were BORN in America. She just can't keep her story straight. Check your emails Mrs. Clinton, oops you deleted them!
Another Muslim male between the ages of 18 & 35 arrested on Terrorism, in Ohio. MSM yet again sanitizes the fact he is a Somali Muslim - 23 yr old Abdirahman Sheik Mohamud allegedly traveled to Al Qaeda training camp in Syria. Today - 6 more Somali Muslims sorry as media reports Somali Americans were arrested in San Diego & Minneapolis. Hmm could there be an issue with Somali Muslim men ages 18 to 35?
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Xuesong Lu holds a PhD in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Polytechnic Institute of New York University and is studying at the University of Connecticute. His research interest includes various hardware and software attacks and their countermeasures on embedded systems.
A discussion on culture, education, career opportunities and life from growing up in China and immigrating to the States in creating and developing a new life in a new world. Xuesong is learning to navigate the social and cultural norms while creating his life.
Join Ronald and guest Xeusong Lu on Thursday April 14, 2015 at 7:00 PM to share his experience. From China to a present day America.
Take Action Get Profits with Michele Scism and her guest Mike O'Hagan & Julie Anne Eason:
Mike O’Hagan was a Native New Zealander before immigrating to Australia at the age of 17. Beginning his working life, he travelled Australia in order to gain both experience and employment opportunities. Before settling in sunny Brisbane and beginning the path of Business ownership. Since this time, from a start of $200 bootstrapped business which grew into an Annual turnover of $30million, Mike has now become a serial Entrepreneur. The wisdom and opportunities for the new Australian Business model for the future is the focus of many keynote addresses. This highly sort after Keynote speaker presents real life sagas and overcoming each one with proven business strategies. Laugh and record the experience with Mike O’Hagan. Visit Ohagan.com.au to book Mike for your next speaking function.
Julie Anne Eason has been a professional writer for over 20 years. After figuring out that fiction writing wasn’t for her, she turned to freelance journalism and copywriting for a living. As technology advanced, she witnessed the balance of power in the publishing industry shift. Once the big New York publishers held all the cards. Writers were “lucky” if they could land an agent or a book contract. But now individuals are taking the initiative and writing, publishing, and marketing their own books without the need for an agent or publisher to give them a chance — which means that finally businesses, non-profits, and entrepreneurs can take advantage of the amazing power of books.
After immigrating to Queens, New York, Marisol has suffered alone and in silence at the hands of her abusive and cheating husband for years. Now pregnant with her second child, her desperation to save her young son and soon-expected daughter from this hell has reached its breaking point. The catalysts that finally make Marisol muster up the courage to escape are the words from her son, “Mom, get us out of here”, and the encouragement of her neighbor, Gladys. One night, she wakes her son while her husband is asleep. They escape with nothing but the clothes on their backs. Marisol is all alone in a new country with no means of support, but she knows she must find the strength to make a better future for her children.
Domestic Violence disrupts lives on so many levels. This story is just one of many. Awareness needs to increase. What can you do to change folks lives? Check out Domestic Violence Voices on fb and G+.
Creating change begins with you. Always share your voice!
Paschal Beverly Randolph (October 8, 1825 – July 29, 1875) was an American medical doctor, occultist, Spiritualist, trance medium, and writer. He is notable as perhaps the first person to introduce the principles of sex magic to North America,He was a free man of mixed-race ancestry, he gave a public lecture to African Americans on the subject of immigrating to India. Randolph thinks that "the Negro is destined to extinction" in the United States.Al-Afghani (1838/1839 – March 9, 1897), was a political activist and Islamic ideologist in the Muslim world during the late 19th century,He entered Star of East Masonic Lodge in 7 July 1868 during staying in Cairo. His membership number was 1355. He also founded the Masonic Lodge of Cairo and became first Grand Master of it. Annie Besant (1 October 1847 – 20 September 1933) was a prominent British socialist, theosophist, women's rights activist, writer and orator and supporter of Irish and Indian self-rule.Besant saw freemasonry, in particular Co-Freemasonry, as an extension of her interest in the rights of women and the greater brotherhood of man and saw co-freemasonry as a "movement which practised true brotherhood, in which women and men worked side by side for the perfecting of humanity. She immediately wanted to be admitted to this organisation", known now as The International Order of Co-Freemasonry, Le Droit Humain. Dr. Suleiman Mohammed wearing a fez/ he had been proclaiming his movement to be both Islamic and Masonic — a “Mohammedan Masonry” — and spoke of his mystical and Egyptian connections.Suleiman even went as far as publishing a letter from the Grand Lodge in England to prove that all Prince Hall masonry was illegitimate. Dr. Suleiman Mohammad declared, "There Are No True Shriners Among Either Colored or White Americans.
Sabrina's sexiest guests yet fly in from Canada-land for a very sexy appearance: HER PARENTS. Sayed and Ursula discuss immigrating from their respective old countries, their childhood dreams, male prostitution and dealing with a gay, gay, gay child. In all sincerity SEND THIS EPISODE TO AN OLD SCHOOL PARENT DEALING WITH THEIR KID'S COMING OUT. Most importantly Sayed and Ursula unveil their rap debut with their soon-to-be-hit-single Higher Ground (skip to the end is you MUST).
The True American tells the story of Raisuddin Bhuiyan, a Bangladesh Air Force officer who dreams of immigrating to America and working in technology. But days after 9/11, an avowed "American terrorist" named Mark Stroman, seeking revenge, walks into the Dallas minimart where Bhuiyan has found temporary work and shoots him, maiming and nearly killing him. Two other victims, at other gas stations, aren’t so lucky, dying at once.
The True American traces the making of these two men, Stroman and Bhuiyan, and of their fateful encounter. It follows them as they rebuild shattered lives—one striving on Death Row to become a better man, the other to heal and pull himself up from the lowest rung on the ladder of an unfamiliar country.
Ten years after the shooting, an Islamic pilgrimage seeds in Bhuiyan a strange idea: if he is ever to be whole, he must reenter Stroman's life. He longs to confront Stroman and speak to him face to face about the attack that changed their lives. Bhuiyan publicly forgives Stroman, in the name of his religion and its notion of mercy. Then he wages a legal and public-relations campaign, against the State of Texas and Governor Rick Perry, to have his attacker spared from the death penalty.
Ranging from Texas's juvenile justice system to the swirling crowd of pilgrims at the Hajj in Mecca; from a biker bar to an immigrant mosque in Dallas; from young military cadets in Bangladesh to elite paratroopers in Israel; from a wealthy household of chicken importers in Karachi, Pakistan, to the sober residences of Brownwood, Texas, The True American is a rich, colorful, profoundly moving exploration of the American dream in its many dimensions. Ultimately it tells a story about our love-hate relationship with immigrants, about the encounter of Islam and the West, about how—or whether—we choose what we become. THE TRUE AMERICAN-Anand Giridharadas
Emmy Award winning actor Eric Braeden, best known for his role as Victor Newman on the CBS Daytime Drama The Young and the Restless, joins World Footprints to share his travel experiences, early childhood memories and his adventures after immigrating to the U.S. Then “gadget gurus” Ellen Barone, traveler journalist and publisher of several travel blogs; and John E. DiScala, better known as professional traveler Johnny Jet and publisher of JohnnyJet.com, join the show to share the latest travel essentials and travel tips.
Racism and ethnic discrimination in the United States has been a major issue since the colonial era and the slave era. Legally sanctioned racism sanctioned privileges and rights for White Americans not granted to Native Americans, African Americans, Asian Americans, and Latin Americans. European Americans (particularly Anglo Americans) were privileged by law in matters of education, immigration, voting rights, citizenship, land acquisition, and criminal procedure over periods of time extending from the 17th century to the 1960s. At the time, many non-Protestant groups immigrating from Europe - particularly Jews, Irish people, Poles and Italians - suffered xenophobic exclusion and other forms of ethnicity-based discrimination in the American society.
Major racially and ethnically structured institutions included slavery, Indian Wars, Native American reservations, segregation, residential schools for Native Americans, and internment camps. Formal racial discrimination was largely banned in the mid-20th century, and came to be perceived as socially unacceptable and/or morally repugnant as well.
Racial politics remains a major phenomenon. Racism continues to be reflected in socioeconomic inequality,and has taken on more modern, indirect forms of expression, most prevalently symbolic racism. Racial stratification continues to occur in employment, housing, education, lending, and government.