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Host Cyrus Webb welcomes back musician Russell Nelson to #ConversationsLIVE to discuss his passion for music and what it's been like to share that with the world. You will also hear two selections from his album SECRETS.
Get Russell Nelson's SECRETS on Amazon here.
Join Emmy Award winning newsjournalist Victoria Gaither, and Entertainment Co-host Michael Kay when they chat with the founder of The Skinless Project Maaria Mozaffar, and actor Judd Nelson.
Returning to the show, Maaria Mozaffar brings with her new information about The Skinless Project, an organization committed to helping women discover their personal power so they may succeed in their personal and professional lives. Find out more at www.skinlessproject.com
Then, most known for his roles in "The Breakfast Club" and "St. Elmo's Fire", actor Judd Nelson joins us to talk about what he's been doing. Judd stars in the new LIFETIME movie "Kristin's Christmas Past" airing on Saturday, November 23 at 8 pm EST. For more information, check out www.mylifetime.com/movies/kristins-christmas-past.
We start the show with NFL talk Patriots sign WR Reggie Wayne & Packers lose WR Jordy Nelson with a torn ACL plus Steelers lose C Pouncey with broken ankle. Is the Preseason needed? Also in roster battles Texans name QB Brian Hoyer the starter and other NFL news. Next up we will discuss the MLB Playoff races as the season ends soon with the Cubs & Rangers making runs that most did not predict. We finish with our Segment "I'm Sorry" where we apoligize to a team or player that we slept on. Plus other hot topics in sports. Join us live 9PM ET Call the show at 716-664-9098 @RaeAndTayToday www.raeandtaytoday.com
in Self Help
Dr. Bradley Nelson re-joins Sister Jenna on the America Meditating Radio Show to continue the conversation on the relationship between physical pain and our trapped emotional baggage.
Dr. Brad is one of the world’s foremost experts in the emerging fields of bio-energetic medicine and energy psychology. Through his twenty-plus years as a holistic physician and his studies of ancient medical practice and modern quantum physics, Dr. Brad developed "The Emotion Code," a system for releasing the trapped emotions that block mental and physical healing. His bestselling book, "The Emotion Code," is helping people all over the world to improve their lives by ridding themselves of their imbalancing emotional baggage.
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in Self Help
Have you ever thought about how much your emotions influence your health? Our guest today, Dr. Bradley Nelson ("Dr. Brad") is one of the world's foremost experts in the emerging fields of bio-energetic medicine and energy psychology. Through his twenty-plus years as a holistic physician, he developed The Emotion Code, a system for releasing the trapped emotions that block mental and physical healing. Based on his phenomenal success, Dr. Brad attracted patients from around the globe until he decided to leave his practice and dedicate his time to lecturing internationally, writing articles, and developing the next iteration of The Emotion Code. Visit www.DrBradleyNelson.com and www.TheEmotionCode.com.
Register for a free online workshop and download The Emotion Code Audio Book at http://www.emotioncodeoffer.com
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Anne Crawford Certified Career Transition coach . She has seen the unemployment trends change over the years from just making phone calls to land the job, to in-depth interviews that last for hours and resumes that have to go through a filtering system. She was asked to help coach the military , several years back and has experienced seeing her clients struggle with civilian life as far as finding a job that matches their military skill sets and struggles with PTSD. Anne also assists an employment support group out of Norton Ma. Through lectures , group coaching, and developing powerful workshops and writing articles for magazines she has experienced seeing people go from no hope about getting employment to having clarity on what they would like to explore. Anne believes every person should have a career that matches their personal and business ethics
Rob Nelson Founder and CEO of Grow, a cloud-based software service that gives entrepreneurs beautiful business dashboards in minutes to track their key metrics, inspire their teams, and make better decisions
Anne Collier catalyst for executives stepping into power. She empowers others to create a fulfilling professional and personal life and gives her clients a competitive edge that gets them to their goals quicker and with more ease. Her work also includes leadership and team development, personal branding and refining executive presence, and business development coaching
Join Latrivia Nelson and Bruce Welch as they discuss Highness, the 5th book in the Lonely Heart Series. Call in and ask your questions, give your feedback or simply add to the conversation.
There is no truer cliché for Prince Michael than love is blind.
As the world’s most beautiful man, he has given up his previous title of royal playboy and asked Duchess Thalia to marry him, but when she confesses to loving the crown more than him, he breaks up with her and causes a very public scandal.
Prince Richard, the older brother who is forced to fix everything after his brother breaks it, thinks Michael has been spoiled too much and proposes an experiment. Go away under an assumed name and live as a commoner to get a better perspective on life and to get out of the crosshairs of public opinion.
Picking a location proves to be tricky but the clever pair decide on the last place in the world anyone would expect a Prince of England to be… Mississippi.
Using a fake American accent, Michael nestles into his new home determined to find peace and get his life back on track. But when the prince delivers the mail to the next door neighbor, he experiences firsthand how love at first sight feels.
Hope Daniels, a local artist, was recently the victim a car accident. Temporarily blinded and trying to get her own life in order, she falls for the prince on their first meeting. Thinking his is just a kind neighbor, she soon discovers that he’s the man of every girl’s fantasies.
Will love be enough to keep the prince and the artist together or will their paths in this life tear them apart?
Read Highness (Part 1), the fifth book in national bestselling author Latrivia Nelson’s Lonely Heart series.
P.S. No cliffhanger. This is a full book with a second part.
Also, visit her website at www.latrivianelson.info
in Indie Music
Nelson Alburquenque bio:
Nelson Alburquenque is a songwriter and poet from North Hollywood, California. He is known as the rhythm guitarist for the band Tikal Sun.
Born in Santiago, Chile, Alburquenque was adopted at the age of two years old and grew up in the suburbs of Washington, DC, the son of second generation Jewish-European Americans.
Alburquenque, most notable for his composition work in Tikal Sun, first discovered the acoustic guitar at 15 years old in 2004. Learning did not come easy, as Alburquenque soon found his hands were too small to form both basic and complex bar chords. After a year of taking a hiatus from learning guitar, Alburquenque re-tuned his strings in his Sophomore year of high-school, thereby bringing the notes closer to his hand. Throughout the years, Alburquenque has modified his original tuning, in addition to creating additional alternative tunings, all of which Alburquenque continues use to paint his musical landscapes within Tikal Sun.
Today, Alburquenque has independently authored over 150 songs, contributing all rhythm guitar for Tikal Sun.
While Alburquenque’s native/Inidgeni music is unique and often earns the praise of his peers, Alburquenque himself remains humble and generous in his relations with his fellow artists. A follower of his own spiritual philosophy, nyi, Alburquenque’s dream for the world is to see the recognition and preservation of all indigenous communities around the globe. Through his Indigeni music in Tikal Sun, Alburquenque hopes to honor and shed light on the Native voice.
He is 26 years-old.
Wednesday 1:00 September 2, 2015 pm. BUSINESS TALK with Jason Winters and Patrick Dengel features
Mark Nelson, Proprietor of Nelson Furniture and Sawing is located in Thurman Ohio. This business specializes in high-end, custom built furniture, and custom sawing with a portable band mill. Mark has an extensive background in creating furniture, cabinets, and other wood products by using one of nature’s greatest resources - trees. His business has a long history of assisting others in preparing different kinds of trees and making them into wood works of art. Mark is also a faculty member of the Fine Wood Working Technology at the University of Rio Grande, Rio Grande Community College. Mark will discuss a number of key areas that include: knowing the different kinds of trees that make the best kinds of furniture, sawing techniques in maximizing grains for furniture, planning and making wood products and finally, different kinds of stains that accentuate the piece of furniture. If you love basic and unique kinds of furniture, you will not want to miss this broadcast.
Nelson Furniture & Sawing's
2673 Vega Road
Thurman, Ohio 45685
CP (740) 709-1336
VOICE OF RIO GRANDE with Donna Mitchell and David Lawrence, Deans with the University of Rio Grande/Rio Grande Community College will feature Mark Nelson and Dr. Heather Duda, Associate Professors with the University of Rio Grande/Rio Grande Community College. Mark Nelson is a Professor with the Fine Wood Working Technology Program at URG/RGCC. This two-year program in Fine Woodworking is a “hands-on” experience, and most of the students’ time is spent in the shop building fine furniture. Mark will highlight the recent URG/RGCC Woodworking student who won the Annual Nation-wide Woodworking Competition held in Las Vegas. Dr. Heather Duda, Associate Professor of English and Director of the Honors Program, will discuss the Rio Grande’s Honors Program. Students who participate in Rio’s Honors Program experience interdisciplinary general education courses and hands-on seminars and complete a senior project in their area of interest. They are challenged to think outside the box and develop strong leadership skills. Through the program, Rio’s Honors Students develop confidence in themselves as professionals and academics. The Honors Program is a great opportunity for students seeking to go above and beyond in their college careers.
The Green Bay Packers always seem to find a gem at wide receiver. This year they drafted Stanford wide receiver Ty Montgomery, in the third round. Ted Thompson has always operated the draft by taking the best player available. Some questioned a wide receiver, with the glaring needs on defense. With Jordy Nelson and Randall Cobb locked up long term; and the emergence of DaVante Adams, the Packers were only one injury away from having a depleted receiving unit. With the early success of Montgomery, there has been talk about the Packers carrying six receivers, into the regular season. Jordy Nelson said, "Taking away the athletic part of it, just his approach to understanding our playbook, asking questions, trying to be detailed as much as possible in a short amount of time."
Last years third round draft pick Khyri Thornton is in a different situation. Thornton injured his hamstring in the final preseason game, and was placed on the injured reserve list. Had he not been injured many believe he would not have made the roster. He has not impressed so far in camp, and could be looking for a new team. What are your early thoughts on training camp?
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