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Judi Evans is an Emmy Award–winning actress,. She played Beth Raines on the CBS series Guiding Light from (1983–1986), but is best known for playing Adrienne Johnson Kiriakis a role she originated in 1986 on NBC's long running Days of our Lives. She was a regular cast member from 1986 until 1991, then returned in 2003 to play Bonnie Lockhart, another role she originated and played until early 2007. Later in 2007, she returned to Days of our Lives to reprise the role of Adrienne J
Judi Evans is an Emmy Award–winning actress,. She played Beth Raines on the CBS series Guiding Light from (1983–1986), but is best known for playing Adrienne Johnson Kiriakis a role she originated in 1986 on NBC's long running Days of our Lives. She was a regular cast member from 1986 until 1991, then returned in 2003 to play Bonnie Lockhart, another role she originated and played until early 2007. Later in 2007, she returned to Days of our Lives to reprise the role of Adrienne
Very conscientious and down to earth young man, Bro Jesse Evans. We will discuss our problems contributing to our backslide as a people and offer solutions. I will just open the platform and we will let it flow. I will also offer my own personal opinion on the heated debate between WVON am1690 Chicago radio host Perri Small and Journalist Hermene Hartman regarding Hartman's support of the Rethuglican candidate for Illinois’ Governor.
Join our panel experts Brad Hicks, Mike Pettus, and Michael Carnahan as we break down all the action from the Kiun Evans fight in Brooklyn, NY. Also on the show tonight we will be previewing Pacquiao Vs. Bradley II which we will bring you via the Post Fight Wrap Up Show. All that and possibly some special guest apperances tonight on "The Sweet Science Lab:Kiun Evans Post Fight Wrap Up Show"
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It's important to learn to say "No' when you want to say "No." Too many of us agree to do things we don't really don't want to do because we don't want to hurt someone's feelings. If you are allowing others to use up your precious time because you haven't learned to say "No," listen as host, self-help author and motivational speaker, Judi Moreo, discusses the reasons we say "Yes," when we really want to say "No,"and how we can overcome this.
If you are saying "yes" for any of the following reasons:
you feel obligated to spend time with another person
the other person acts like they really want to be with you even though you don't want to be with them
you don't want to explain why you'd like to say "No"
the other person is important to you
you don't want the other person to perceive you as negative
you would really like to spend time with the other person but the time is just not right
then you will benefit from Judi's formula for saying "No" with tact and finess.
Your personal integrity and worth depend on pleasing yourself. Learn to use your time and your money doing what is right for you. You are only responsible you. It is a real challenge to know how to say "No," especially to family and friends. It's easy to fall into a pattern of feeling guilty. Stop saying "Yes" to others because you believe "No" will hurt their feelings. When you do things because you want to, it will pay off for both people.
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Since succcess in business is ultimately based on the number of "battles" you win, it is imperative to acquire effective weapons to use on your business battlefield. The ability to listen is one of your most powerful weapons.
We can listen at a rate of 800 words per minute, but most people only talk at about 180 words per minute. Some have gusts of up to 220 or 250. Since they aren't talking as fast as we can listen, our minds sometimes go off by themselves to think about other things, especially if the other person is long-winded or boring.
Think of how many times a day you utilise listening skills. Business meetings, interaction with customers, transactions with suppliers, casual conversations with colleagues, as well as meaningful conversations with loved ones.
Listening is one of your most powerful communication skills. Join Choices host and best selling author, Judi Moreo, as she shares a three step approach to active listening and helps you discover ways to hear not only what is being said, but what is being meant.
Joining host Antoinette Harrell is author, Freddi Williams Evans is an alumna of Tougaloo College, Tougaloo, Mississippi where, as a music major, she began studying traditional African music on a study-travel to the University of Ghana at Accra. Evans is the award-winning author of three historically-based children’s books: A Bus of Our Own (2001), The Battle of New Orleans: the Drummer’s Story (2005), and Hush Harbor:Praying in Secret (2008). Her writings for general audiences have appeared in local newspapers, as well as several compilations and anthologies including The Storytelling Classroom: Applications Across the Curriculum (2006) and Kente Cloth: Southwest Voices of the African Diaspora (1998). Her essay “New Orleans’ Congo Square: A Cultural Landmark” appears in Ancestors of Congo Square: African Art in the New Orleans Museum of Art published in 2011.
Also joining the host Antoinette Harrell for the second hour of the show is genealogist Myron Walker who will share his family genealogy. Myron Walker into the slave dwelling in Franklinton, Louisiana where it ancesors was held as slaves.
For singer/songwriter/worship leader Anthony Evans, things were right with the world. Life was hectic, to be sure, but it was good. A decade in music meant his calendar was full with dates at churches, concerts, and major conferences. His passionate, versatile voice was sought after for recording work in multiple Christian music formats. His growing catalog of worship albums consistently pointed the church to a God worthy of praise. Yes, his world was busy, but good, before a series of events brought Evans a life-changing realization: his world had grown insular. Confined. Small.
The expansion of Anthony Evans’ world started when he appeared on Season 2 of the hit NBC singing competition show The Voice. Picked by Christina Aguilera to join her team, Evans’ run on the show was highlighted by a “battle round” performance that many still view as…
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Our guest today is Anthony Evans. Anthony caught the attention of thousands including multi-platinum selling & Grammy award-winning artist Christina Aguilera on Season 2 of The Voice.
Since The Voice, he recorded with legendary artists including Celine Dion, Mariah Carey, CeeLo Green and many more and will be returning to show in Season 7 and 8 as a talent producer.
Anthony's seventh brand studio album titled Real Life, Real Worship, distributed through Fair Trade Services will be released nationwide today.
The singer/songwriter co-wrote the project with worship pioneers Martha and Danielle Munizzi and Christian music staples Cindy Morgan and Kristy Nordhoff. He then partnered with L.A. producer Max Stark and together they created a soulful 11-track album that shows how genuine worship can often be better understood through genuine life experiences.
Hosts Janet Kira Lessin & Dr. Sasha Lessin join Neil Freer, Robert Evans, Jr. Alex Teplish and other mystery guests in a super special Good Friday Anunnaki edition of the Cosmic College in a roundtable discussion of our beloved ancestors and creators, the Anunnaki, their role in our history, their role in our religions and especially, who is Jesus the Anunnaki God, King of the Jews.
We continue with part II of this discussion on the Sacred Matrix (SM), Revolution Radio (www.freedomslips.com), Sunday, April 20, 2014 from 8 to 10 PM Eastern (live broadcast), Studio B.
We will continue this discussion as the issue of our creators and how they are affecting our lives is critical to discover and uncover for the survival of our species and the healing of our planet. The time is now.
Fridays we broadcast live from www.blogtalkradio.com/aquarianradio
Anunnaki show dates: April 18, April 20, April 25, May 2, 9, 11, 16, 23, 30, June 1, June 8.
Guests Call: 646-649-0893
Anunnaki of Nibiru Conference is June 7 to 8 in San Diego at the San Diego Convention Center. See www.anunnakiofnibiru.com to register.
Conference ends on Sunday, June 8th at noon and we do a post conference interview on Sacred Matrix, Revolution Radio with our guest speakers from the conference from 8 to 10 PM, Eastern (5 to 7 PM Pacific time).
Judi Silvano is a singer, composer and artist. She relocated from Philadelphia to work in the New York City area as a modern dancer and jazz singer. As a progressive composer and arranger, Silvano has written over 45 pieces for jazz and chamber music ensembles incorporating improvisation with written material. She also champions the work of American Women Composers in her “Women’s Work” recording. Her chamber music songs have been recognized by the industry b