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Many people go through major transformations, near-death, and life-altering experiences, only to realize they are here for a much greater purpose. Hear Joanne Macko's story of transformation, and be inspired by this dynamic entrepreneur. Joanne will help you see the blessing in all you've experienced, and help you understand that there is truly a greater purpose for your life, here and now.
Joanne am a founding partner of Hey Jo and was the originator of the Hey Jo luxe leggings concept. Having combined careers in retail financial services, modeling and interior design at different times over the last twenty years with bringing up four children I live in London with my husband Richard. The idea behind setting up the brand Hey Jo stems from my lifelong passion for an active and healthy lifestyle combined with a keen eye for style and luxury detail. Having participated in sports such as running, triatholons, Thai kickboxing, boxing and yoga I could see there was still a gap in the luxe sports apparel market. WEBSITE ADDRESS www.hey-jo.co Based in the U.K., Geeta Sidhu-Robb is an award-winning entrepreneur, inspirational mentor and founder of Nosh Detox – a highly successful well-being company that delivers delicious, nutritionally balanced menus straight to customers’ doors. Nosh Detox creates custom health packages and unique, natural health solutions to achieve optimal well-being, from promoting healthy eating, treating problem skin and working with weight issues to solving digestive problems, coping with stress, fighting infections and more. Having spent over a decade as a corporate lawyer, Geeta started Nosh Detox in 2008. Geeta and Nosh Detox have won numerous awards and accolades including: She searched for a mentor and was accepted to work with one of the world’s most famous marketers, Jay Abraham. http://www.noshdetox.com/
Bernice Bennett welcomes Joanne Abel for a discussion of the Jeanes Teachers and their community organizing work to build Rosenwald Schools.
Joanne Abel, adult programming and humanities librarian at Durham County Library, earned her bachelor of science degree in education from Georgia Southern College, her master of library science from North Carolina Central University, and her master of arts in liberal studies from Duke University. Joanne Abel’s master’s thesis was Persistence and Sacrifice: Durham County's African American Community and Durham's Jeanes Teachers Build Community Schools, 1900-1930.
In 1907 Miss Anna T. Jeanes, a Quaker woman, donated $1,000,000, “for the furthering and fostering of rudimentary education” in small rural Negro schools. Though this fund was incorporated as the Negro Rural School Fund, it was usually referred to as the Jeanes Fund. Rosenwald devised a matching grant program to help build black schools in the South. If a rural black community raised a contribution and the white school board agreed to operate the facility, Rosenwald would contribute cash – usually about one fifth of the total project.
This is to update in re my sister Myra Joanne Gaines...Apples4.Me.com originator of this website. Just so everyone will know. My name is Ernestine Gwendolyn Standberry, International Prolife Federation (4 Active Chapters in Africa...Uganda, Nigeria, Johannesburgh, SA and Kenya).\
You’re invited to join my monthly referral-selling sessions. Dial in, ask your questions related to sales, referrals, and business development—and get answers and tools & tips that will transform your sales (now!). Whether you’re a referral-sales novice or experienced referral team player, I’ll address your most pressing sales concerns and tackle what’s important to you: role-play an upcoming interaction, define your Ideal Client, unclog your business-development pipeline. The more you participate, the more you gain.
In this episode, Joanne demonstrates practical mastery learning in both the home education sphere and in the public or private school classroom.
Mastery learning will not be a teacher's goal due to lack of time and attention in the classroom; however, Joanne gives parents tips to increase the likelihood that mastery occurs, no matter what educational environment you choose for your child.
Mastery learning is a MINDSET, a CHOICE, and an ADVANTAGE!
9 am Wednesdays, host Rosanna Tufts
"Psychedelic Tribal Modern World Dance Music: TELESMA!" They're the musical headliners at KarmaFest, and I've got 'em on today's ep! Join lead singer Joanne Juskus and me to find out why Telesma have been fan favorites at festivals for 10 years and counting -- then go see them at KarmaFest on May 25 at Oregon Ridge Park in Hunt Valley!
Charlotte Mason (1842 - 1923) said,
"Let them get at the books themselves, and do not let them be flooded with diluted talk from the lips of their teachers.
"The less the parents 'talk in' and expound their rations of knowleddge and thought to the children they are educating, the better for the children.
"Children must be allowed to ruminate, must be left alone tieh their own thoughts."
Charlotte was a proponent of narration; however, there is a specific reason for that which DOES NOT APPLY to us as home educating parents!
In this final episode on Mastery Mindset, Joanne will reveal why narration is an unnecessary burden on both parents and children, and what mastery looks like.
Joanne also will share mastery tips for students who are in a classroom situation versus a home education setting.
Give the gift of Mastery!
Social media guru, online visibility expert, and founder of the Laptop Mom® Movement, NIKA STEWART is a lifestyle entrepreneur: A professional who has seamlessly integrated her career into her life.
Nika loves working with aspiring and renowned thought leaders. She specializes in generating "buzz" and excitement for her clients through high-impact social media campaigns.
As an early adopter of social media (legend has it that Nika's Facebook account dates back to the Truman administration), Nika has expertly used multiple social media platforms to build an enormous following and catapult her brand image. She now manages the social media presence for a diverse clientele including best-selling authors, television hosts, international speakers, and renowned entrepreneurs. Learn more about her social media programs here: www.GhostTweeting.com
CrimePAY$ Episode for Sunday May 12, 2013
$2,000,000 Wanted Fugitive Reward - It was 40 years ago, but every state trooper has been told about what happened, just past midnight, along the edge of the New Jersey Turnpike when prison escapee Joanne Chesimard murdered a state trooper.
$100,000 Missing Person Reward - On the night of February 19, 2005, Danielle Imbo, 34, and Richard Petrone, 35, vanished. They were last seen at Abilene's bar and restaurant on South Street in Philadelphia. But that was the last time they were seen. Two adults traveling in a pickup truck — gone. No phone calls to friends or family members, no ransom notes, no wreckage, no remains.
$100,000 Unsolved Murder Reward - On July 21, 2007, the Foglesong family was in the living room when Bud walked into the house badly burned, with skin falling off his arms and his hair red. Bud told his son that he had gone into the nearby cabin on the family compound to use the bathroom. When he opened the front door of the cabin, it blew up, knocking him back off of his feet. Bud was air lifted from Willows to the Davis Medical Center in Sacramento (90 miles south.) He died early the next day.
$160,000 Solved Case - In 2011 Authorities in Oklahoma made an arrest in the homicides of Taylor Paschal-Placker and Skyla Jade Whitaker -- two girls gunned down in in 2008 while walking along a remote Weleetka road. The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation announced the arrest of 25-year-old Kevin Sweat.
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