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  • 01:00

    Are you Overscheduling your teen? on The Empowerment Show with Irene Roth

    in Self Help

    This is The Empowerment Show on Blog Talk Radio's Featured World of Ink Network. Irene Roth is the host of this show as well as an author, editor, and freelance writer. She has published an empowerment for teens entitled "Seasons of Empowerment for Adolescent Girls" and also has a picture book published entitled "Courage." Learn more about the host at https://irenesroth.wordpress.com


    This week on The Empowerent Show Irene Roth and Traci McDonald will be chatting about if we as adults are overscheduling our teens.


    When kids and teens complain of being overscheduled and overwhelmed, we should definitely pause to take a new look at our lives and reprioritize them. Our kids are way too young to feel overscheduled. And if we, as parents, teach them that it is okay, or worse, meritorious to be busy all the time, we can be setting them up for a life time of exhaustion and lack of success. Not only that but they will feel dissatisfied and stressed out all the time.


    Here are a few questions to ask yourself and your teens or kids:




    What does your child enjoy? Does she/he enjoy playing sports? What kind of sport?



    Does your teen enjoy music/dancing? What type does she/he enjoy?



    Does your teen do extracurricular activities?



    Does your child/teen feel overwhelmed at school?




    The World of Ink Network brings you shows each week on topics such as books, writing, interviews, self-help, empowerment, families and much more.


    Follow us at http://worldofinknetwork.com, our blog http://worldofinknetwork.blogspot.com, and on Facebook and Twitter. 

  • 01:02

    The Empowerment Show with Irene Roth - How Important is it to Empower Our Teens?

    in Parents

    Join Host Irene Roth each month on the 2nd Wed. at 4pm Eastern - 3pm Central - 2pm Mountain - 1pm Pacific for a discussion about families, communication and much more. The discussion is open to callers and comments/questions in the chatroom.


    The World of Ink Network brings you shows each week on topics such as books, writing, author interviews, self-help and much more. Today on The Empowerment Show, Host Irene Roth will be discussing the importance of empowering teens and how it is very important for parents to empower teens to be their best. Teens struggle quite a bit nowadays and they have many problems adults didn't have when they were adolescents. The culture demands certain things from adolescent girls and boys. But it is important for them to do more than mimic what their peers and culture is saying and doing. They need to become authentic individuals. 


    By taking these steps and joining in on today's discussion, parents could help their children become the best they can be. Call in or post comments in the chatroom, along with your questions, because we know as parents, you want help your children be authentic adults as well--individuals who know what they like and dislike, by following their inner voice.


    Want more tips? Follow us at http://familiesmatter2us.blogspot.com  and on Facebook and Twitter - Families Matter.


    Catch news about the World of Ink Network at our website and blog; along with Facebook and Twitter.


     

  • 00:32

    Author Irene Roth Talks about Her Latest Book for Teens

    in Books

    Irene Roth talks about her new book, Seasons of Empowerment for Adolescent Girls.

  • 01:00

    Yogi Roth: A Life in a Walk

    in Sports

    Yogi Roth has been described as a modern day Indiana Jones.  He is a media personality, college football analyst, best-selling author, motivational speaker, actor and an Emmy nominated filmmaker.  At heart, though, he’s a guy from a small town in Pennsylvania who loves to share a good story.


    Win Forever, the New York Times best-seller that he co-authored with Pete Carroll, is one of those good stories.  His most recent story, though, is Life in a Walk, a documentary about a walk Yogi took with his dad.  It’s not just any walk but one through Portugal and Spain along the Camino De Santiago.  Yogi says that the film is about making a decision to act on his strong feeling to spend more time with his father.


    Today he’ll discuss the making of that film and his ongoing exploration of human potential.  He is the co-founder of Win Forever, a brand inspired by Pete Carroll, that furthers human potential, elevates mentorship and inspires leaders through a philosophy of competition.  When he’s not doing all of the above, Yogi travels the nation delivering motivational presentations about living a Life Without Limits.

  • 03:01

    Rebekah Roth: More Methodical Illusion

    in News

    Rebekah Roth, the very articulate author of Methodical Illusion returns as our guest.


    She spent nearly thirty years in the airline industry, working as both a flight attendant and an international purser. Her expertise and training as a flight attendant allowed her to research the events of September 11, 2001, with an insider’s knowledge that eventually lead her to discover details and answers to some of the most haunting questions surrounding that infamous day in our history.


    Her extensive research, bolstered by her insider knowledge and a list of extensive contacts both inside and outside of the airline industry, produced surprising results that shattered her cognitive dissonance and compelled her to tell her story.


    Ms. Roth adeptly fills in the blanks that have been redacted from history. Among her findings: ten of the accused 9/11 hijackers were still alive months and years after that September day. Several of them were also airline employees employed with Saudi Arabia Airlines and that they had had their identifications stolen years prior to 9/11. At least four of the accused hijackers threatened to sue the U.S. Government and the FBI if they did not stop using their names and identities.  Additionally, Ms. Roth discovered and verified that at least two women were also directly involved in the 9/11 attacks.  Her personal knowledge of in-flight procedures, FAA hijacking protocols, the state of Massachusetts and cell phone technology, she discovered yet to be exposed details concerning the aircraft, the passengers and the perpetrators.


    Based on actual events and the product of her exhaustive investigative research, Methodical Illusion is written as a novel to protect her and her family from the repercussions that inevitably occur when you get too close to the truth.

  • 00:14

    Backdoor Roth IRA: A good deal or not?

    in Finance

    Jim Blankenship is a Enrolled Agent and financial planner (BlankenshipFP)who will tell us the ins and outs of IRA conversions to Roth IRA when your income is too high.  Jim is the author of several books, including "The IRA Owner's Manual".  We are excited to have Jim back so we can ask him lots of detailed questions about Roth IRAs, a very tricky subject when your earned income exceeds certain limits.

  • 01:09

    Yogi Roth: A Modern Day Indiana Jones

    in Lifestyle

    Yogi Roth has been described as a modern day Indiana Jones.  He is a media personality, college football analyst, best-selling author, motivational speaker, actor and an Emmy nominated filmmaker.  At heart, though, he’s a guy from a small town in Pennsylvania who loves to share a good story.


    Win Forever, the New York Times best-seller that he co-authored with Seattle Seahawks coach Pete Carroll, is one of those good stories.  His most recent story, though, is Life in a Walk, a documentary about a walk Yogi took with his dad.  It’s not just any walk but one through Portugal and Spain along the Camino De Santiago.  Yogi says that the film is about making a decision to act on his strong feeling to spend more time with his father.


    Today he’ll discuss the making of that film and his ongoing exploration of human potential.  He is the co-founder of Win Forever, a brand inspired by Pete Carroll, that furthers human potential, elevates mentorship and inspires leaders through a philosophy of competition.  When he’s not doing all of the above, Yogi travels the nation delivering motivational presentations about living a Life Without Limits.

  • 01:00

    TRUNEWS 04/23/15: Irene Garcia and Professor Laurence Kotlikoff

    in News

    Rick talks about his worst-case scenario for Jade Helm 15.  Judicial Watch editor Irene Garcia gives Rick an update on the ISIS jihadist camp near El Paso, TX.  Later in the program, Boston University Professor of Economics Laurence Kotlikoff tells Rick that the United States government is insolvent in 2015  – not 25 years from now.   He says Washington has unfunded liabilities totally over $210 Trillion! 


    Thursday April 23, 2015


    Judicial Watch | Corruption Chronicles


    Laurence J. Kotlikoff | America’s Fiscal Insolvency and Its Generational Consequences


    Laurence J. Kotlikoff | Maximize My Social Security

  • 00:39

    Human Design: The User's Guide for Humankind with Peter Roth

    in Self Help

    HUMAN DESIGN: THE USERS GUIDE FOR HUMANKIND with PETER ROTH


    Peter Roth is an Intuitive Healer & Counselor, Human Design analyst, teacher, author, photographer, film producer and radio personality. Peter is the founder of the Heart River Center where he works with clients and students worldwide.


    We will be discussing Human Design to understand how it can be utilized as a user guide to human behavior and a manual for self knowledge.


    For more information visit Peter's website : http://heartriver.org/.

  • 01:00

    Molly Roth interview 2015

    in Music

    North Carolina born soul-pop singer, Molly Roth can’t help but create art on a daily basis. Starting classical piano lessons at age six, she decided to form an all-girl pop band (inspired by the Spice Girls) with her friends at her 8th birthday party. She made everyone sign contracts saying that, no matter what, they would keep making music together. When her family later moved to California, the band didn’t stay intact, but her drive and determination did. Singing and playing the piano became a solo activity for Molly.

  • 01:09

    Early Treatment of Myeloma with Dr. Irene Ghobrial

    in Health

    Stopping myeloma before it even gets started! Lot of work is being done in this preventative approach and Dr. Irene Ghobrial of Dana Farber Cancer Institute will be talking to us about the new strategies to help MGUS and smoldering patients. In contrast to the watch and wait approach practised by doctors for patients where disease progression is not easily discernable, this new approach to understand the patients condition and treat early may prove to be life saving.


     


    Dr. Ghobrial is an Associate Professor of Medicine at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute at the Harvard Medical School in Boston, Massachusetts. She is a physician Scientist who specializes in the field of Multiple Myeloma and Waldenstrom Macroglobulinemia specifically in the precursor conditions of MGUS and Smoldering Myeloma.She reviews abstracts for the American Association of Cancer Research and top publications such as Blood, Lancet, and the Journal of Clinical Oncology just to name a few. She’s on the editorial board of the American Journal of Blood Research. Dr. Ghobrial reviews grants for the NIH, the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society and the MMRF and has won numerous awards including a Dana-Farber Clinical Investigator Award, the Robert Kyle Award for her work in Waldenstrom and the American Society of Clinical Investigation. She particularly focuses on the role of the malignant bone marrow niche in disease progression from early precursor conditions like MGUS/smoldering myeloma to active myeloma.