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If you have been praying and asking for something special and feeling a bit impatient or frustrated, don't despair. You may be closer than you think!
On this show we are going to talk about the top 5 little known signs that let you know you are about to get what you have been asking for! And how to keep your focus even when
things are seeming to be at a standstill.
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Becoming a young entrepreneur is a great way to live your dream and vision of having your company, own time structure, and building something that is YOURS!
Stay energetic. Starting a new business requires hours of dedication and sacrifice. You have to believe and be excited about your product as if you not who will someone else be? Your energy will transfer to everyone you meet and speak to about your business, and this will lead to growth.
Be impatient. Many people say stay patient and good things will happen. The people who say that are the people who have yet to achieve what they want. The more inpatient you stay the quicker your business will grow and succeed.
Take risks. The most successful entrepreneurs like Branson and Trump didn’t get to where they are by playing it safe. As an entrepreneur, you need to take calculated risks to move your business forward.
Surround yourself with success. Whom you surround yourself with is who you become. Drop the deadweight of people holding you back and seek a new circle of influence. Being around these people will let you grow, learn, and see what it takes to be successful.Your Network is your Net worth.
Partner with experience. You may be young, energetic, and bold, but you also need experience to guide you through the journey of being an entrepreneur and running a business. Seek out knowledgeable council from friends, associates, and successful business persons and get them to buy into your vision so you can both move forward together.
Is Binge Watching good for you? Is Network TV going the way of the Flintstones? Is there something to be said for having to actually wait for next weeks episode?
This week we talk Cable/Network Television VS. Streaming Platforms like Netflix, Hulu and Online Programming. Special Guest: From the Hilarious Hulu Series QuickDraw, The Original Geico Cavemen himself, John Lehr and from the podcast Hey Watch This, The King of TV, Paul Goebel.
And Cecily McMillan stops in with her bi-weekly Occupy Update.
So tune in Sunday for all The Audio Spoilers we can Instantly Stream Directly into your Impatient Little EarHoles!
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ARE YOU WORKING WITH A BULLY?
Are you working with a bully? More than 25% of us are. If you aren't being bullied, chances are you have seen someone being abused by a supervisor or coworker. When we talk workplace bullying, we're talking more than some eye rolls or impatient words. Those can be off-putting, but when we talk bullying, we're talking about more than that. The eye rolls and the harsh words are often coupled with more verbal abuse, with non-verbal actions, with exclusionary actions, and they are used repeatedly. We're talking covert abuse along with overt actions perpetrated by someone who is doing it on purpose to targeted workers.
Think you are the victim of workplace bullying? Gary Namie, PhD, is research director and one of the founders of the Workplace Bullying Institute. According to their website, "WBI is the first and only U.S. organization dedicated to the eradication of workplace bullying that combines help for individuals, research, books, public education, training for professionals-unions-employers, legislative advocacy, and consulting solutions for organizations.'
Tune in Saturday at 11 am Pacific time to hear what he has to say and to ask questions about workplace bullying and what you can do if you are targeted -- or what you should do if you are the bully.
Call-in with your comments to (646) 378-0430.
And if you miss the live program, you can go to the website and listen to all our archived programs whenever you like. http://www.blogtalkradio.com/3women3ways
Each soul must prove a LOVE for the KINGDOM TRUTH of YAH .. GREATER even than THEMSELVES! Had men done this, FAR MANY MORE would have attained today true discerning knowledge of YAH! (John 14) We must all learn how not to lie.
Mark 12:28 And one of the scribes came, and having heard them reasoning together, and perceiving that he had answered them well, asked him, Which is the GREATEST COMMANDMENT OF ALL? 29 And Yeshu answered him, The UTMOST of ALL the commandments is, Hear, O Israel; The Lord our ELOHIYM is ONE! 30 And thou shalt love the Lord thy ELOIHIYM with ALL thy heart, and with ALL thy soul, and with ALL thy mind, and with ALL thy strength: this is the UTMOST commandment. 31 And the second is like, namely this, Thou shalt love thy neighbour as thyself. There is none other commandment greater than these!
Though all shall must stand before the same judgement seat, the greatest scam of "religion" today, is that pastors, leaders and teachers, judge speak among their "churches" as if through them, congregants have a "FREE PASS". Where is reverence for the JUDGE whom YAH has CHOSEN in this? Where beyond all the pride of men and lustfully impatient desires after fatally flattering sooth-sayers, is reverent wisdom today?
A world entire shall be judged by a word necessary to set STEADFAST the EVERLASTING KINGDOM of YAH to come on EARTH! This TRUTH humanity has not rightly known to AWAIT for even MANY GENERATIONS! We must discern again what was the PATIENT FAITH of the SAINTS! Will YOU BELIEVE? (James/Yacob 1:1-8, Revelation chapters 13-14, 16:12-21, 19:11-21 .. Isaiah 40:1-<27-41:4>-<21-43:15) Hallelu'YAH!
How to Successfully Market Your Book without Being Salesy, Sleazy or Spammy
Four out of five people want to write a book but many of them never will because they fear getting started. Those who push through that fear of writing and successfully publish their books never sell more than a few copies because they fear asking for the sale. You will learn ways to reframe the way you think about selling so you can create the optimum book sales you deserve.
Flora Brown is an author, book coach, and a confirmed coffee snob with an unhealthy love of British murder mysteries. When she's not writing, travelling, or researching (OK, spending too much time on the net) she helps aspiring authors steer clear of self-publishing pitfalls to potholes. When it was clear early on that she wouldn't become an accomplished pianist and make her mother proud, she turned her love of bossing other people around into a 40-year teaching career, goading students toward excellence in junior high through university levels. She is almost finished making changes to the 2nd edition of her book, Color Your Life Happy--at least that's what she tells her impatient editor. In the meantime you can get free eBooks from her websites http://www.ColorYourLifeHappy.com and www.ColorYourLifePublished.com
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Kendrick Johnson's Parents Prosecuted for Demanding Due Process of law in Georgia regarding the murder of their teenage son, Kendrick Johnson, in his high school and theft of his ORGANS
The Johnsons should not be so impatient, like the president said. My family has waited for nearly twelve(12) years for answers about Larry Neal's secret arrest and murder in Memphis Shelby County Jail. The president said we must exercise patience about racism. Instead, the Johnsons engaged in civil disobedience and blocked the doors to the courthouse demanding answers. Don't they know their places? I have caught pure-D hell standing for justice in Georgia. Now the Johnsons are receiving their RETRIBUTION for demanding answers about their teenage son, Kendrick.
If the Johnsons are sentenced for one year as threatened, black families in Georgia will know not to bother officials about missing children and mentally ill men like Larry Neal or missing organs, and they certainly will know not to sue white people like the Johnsons and Mary Neal. The mistress said in "12 Years a Slave": "Don't carry on so. You'll forget about those children in no time."
We will discuss the lesson from Georgia v. Johnsons during our Black History Month programs at Human Rights Demand channel at Blogtalkradio, every Wed. at 9pm EST. Google "Secret War on Black America and Victims' Families."
Power concedes nothing without a demand; it never has, and it never will. ~ Frederick Douglass
in Self Help
All too often we want something, and we want it now. We grow impatient frustrated and irritable that we are not achieving what we desire. However, we must learn that life and all its aspects is a process built just like a child with building blocks, one block at a time. Join me as we release what no longer serves and embrace the joys that lay in this present moment.
“We have more possibilities available in each moment than we realize.” ~Thich Nhat Hanh
At the end of his life, Dr. King's philosophy had transcended voting rights in the segregated South. His vision was about a transformed humanity, and his philosophy was that nonviolence was the key to such a transformation. Those who were impatient with the nonviolent movement believed that the whites who held the reigns of power would not be pursuaded to let them go by peaceful demonstrations. For the last 50 years, major cities have secured political representation and yet poverty and injustice is still a plague for many African American communities. Some say integration is the cultprit for the economic disempowerment. Did the Civil Right Movement go astray by luring Black consumers into White owned stores, disintegrating the economic power base of African American communities? Why didn't Civil Rights lead to economic empowerment? Did Dr. King's followers misinterpret the vision for the Movement? Was the Dream greater than the right to integrate? How do we manifest justice, equality and empowerment today? Is the answer to African American empowerment in the hands of the lawmakers, or in the hands of the voters or in the hands of consumers? What should we learn from the lives and deaths of Dr. Martin Luther King, Malcolm X, Medgar Evers and the many others who paved the way for empowerment of this present generation?
the president of the St. Louis County Police Association, said tonight on CNN that the long wait for the Ferguson grand jury decision is “like the night before Christmas.”
Erin Burnett asked Crocker why the grand jury decision was delayed so much for so long. Crocker didn’t say much beyond commenting on the “amount of logistical issues” that they would have to deal with.
He then went on to say, “It’s just like the night before Christmas. We all get a little impatient, so on and so forth.”
The “night’ part there is actually an issue of concern, with questions about why the grand jury will be announcing at night, as opposed to early in the morning, when the likelihood for any heated backlash would be lessened.
The word God spoke concerning you is not dead! Often times we're in a wait season that brings about the weight of carrying the promise. I remember a few years ago hearing the Holy Spirit say to me, "Can you handle the weight of your wait?"Having a waiting room experience is not always easy but it's often required when you're expecting something from God. When I was pregnant I had to wait for my due time to give birth. Through the process of my waiting season I gained weight, a lot of weight actually, I was pregnant with twins. Weight carries a heaviness, a growth, and as my babies were growing and developing inside of me, I was expanding and growing to accommodate their arrival. So many of you are pregnant with purpose, you're expecting your promise to be delivered. You're in a weight/wait season, waiting for your promise to manifest and carrying the weight of expectancy. You're growing tired, impatient and wondering, " When will my promise be delivered?" God wants you to know, in it's due season. He's stretching you, growing you up, maturing you, expanding you and causing you to increase greater in Him. Though you're weighty, He wants you to wait on Him. Don't ever despise your wait season because it's a time of preparation that's readying you to be able to not only receive your promise, but to be mature enough to handle the responsibility of it as well. A delayed promise is not a denied promise.Mary received a prophetic promise from the angel Gabriel saying that she would birth forth a Son and His name would be called Jesus, Emannuel, Savior of the world. Mary didn't believe it could happen since she wasn't intimate with a man, So her flesh spoke and said, "How can this be seeing I know not a man? What is your flesh saying about your promise? Don't allow your wait season to weiigh you down with doubt! May your prophetic seed LIVE!