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  • 00:36

    Stephan Kaiser

    in Education

    Mediante sus conferencias y su programa de televisión Motivación A Millón, Stephan comparte sus mensajes de liderazgo y motivación a nivel mundial.


    Gracias a su amplia trayectoria, Stephan es considerado por la prensa “uno de los conferencistas más importantes del mundo”. Debido a que más de 100.000 personas han recibido sus consejos y conferencias, el libro Young Entrepreneur World lo reconoció como “uno de los 25 jóvenes emprendedores con mayor influencia en el planeta.”


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  • 00:59

    A Catch Conversation with Glenn Kaiser

    in Christianity

    Glenn Kaiser has been singing the blues - and sometimes soul, R&B or rock - since he was twelve years old.

    Growing up in a poor family living hand-to-mouth in central Wisconsin, Glenn eventually gravitated to Milwaukee’s local music scene where he fronted over a dozen bands, as well as writing and performing solo acoustic music, all before turning nineteen years of age. With his adolescence plagued by drug and alcohol abuse, Glenn got clean through following Jesus after a life-changing spiritual confrontation right around his eighteenth birthday. During this time his music got heavier and in many ways, deeper. His former song writing motif of celebrating drugs, sex and other vices gave way to lyrics about spiritual struggles: personal temptation, institutional sin, poverty, exploitation, racism, materialism and other issues that few musicians seemed willing to tackle.

    Now after more than three decades of making original music, Kaiser is known for his raw, bluesy vocals, firey guitar playing, bottleneck slide and harmonica work on thirty recordings and innumerable live shows. Glenn and his family have lived in Chicago’s inner city for over thirty years doing mission work with people who live as he once did.

    Kaiser has released several acoustic-based cds in between his electric blues and blues/rock albums. His seminal delta blues projects “Trimmed and Burnin’” and follow-up “Slow Burn” (both with harp-player/singer Darrell Mansfield) established him as a singular and authentic christian bluesman. Three contemporary worship albums along with the folk-pop “Time Will Tell”, fill out the acoustic discography. Acoustic cuts also comprise half of Kaiser’s critically acclaimed “Ripley County Blues” project recorded in a log cabin lodge in rural Missouri.

  • 01:58

    TDR presents Madam-X Special Part 2 w/ Bret Kaiser

    in Entertainment

    Totally Driven Radio presents a 4 part interview series with Detroit rockers Madam X?


    Madam X? former JET Records recording artists who have reformed the Original lineup sat down with TDR Host Bay Ragni, for very in depth, interesting, insightful, emotional and rocking interviews!! 


    It's Time to Get High in High School again, with another 80's rock song


    This week's guest is Lead Singer for Madam X


    Bret Kaiser

  • 00:21

    Stephan Kaiser - Segunda parte

    in Education

    Ofrezco mis disculpas por el inconveniente presentado debido a dificultades tecnicas, esta entrevista se corto en el minuto 35, razon por la cual la segunda parte se publica en este momento.


    Gracias por su paciencia y apoyo.


    *****


    Mediante sus conferencias y su programa de televisión Motivación A Millón, Stephan comparte sus mensajes de liderazgo y motivación a nivel mundial.


    Gracias a su amplia trayectoria, Stephan es considerado por la prensa “uno de los conferencistas más importantes del mundo”. Debido a que más de 100.000 personas han recibido sus consejos y conferencias, el libro Young Entrepreneur World lo reconoció como “uno de los 25 jóvenes emprendedores con mayor influencia en el planeta.”


    Stephan Kaiser  - Videos Twitter


    Que Bonita Es La Vida (#QBELV) Facebook  Twitter


     

  • 00:35

    Kettle Of Fish: Jamie McCall

    in Entertainment

    Welcome to Kettle Of Fish. The Show After The Show, The Talk After The Talk, The 20 Minute Comedy Money Shot After The Two Hours Of Political Foreplay.


    This Week Actress Jamie McCall stops by to talk about Umzug nach Deutschland, um Filme zu machen


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  • 00:21

    Women's World Cup, Pittsburgh's Meghan Klingenberg with reporter Hal Kaiser

    in Sports

    Pittsburgh has a heightened stake in this year's Women's World Cup, as Gibsonia native and Pine-Richland High School graduate Meghan Klingenberg is a key member of Team USA. Joining host Matt Gajtka to discuss this is Hal Kaiser, who covers Klingenberg and the professional Houston Dash for the website Keeper Notes. Kaiser, who is currently in Canada for the World Cup, analyzes Klingenberg's role with the American team, which won its first match of the tournament earlier this week. Matt and Hal also go over the World Cup at large, especially Team USA's quest for its first trophy since 1999. Can they be considered the co-favorites, or has the rest of the world caught up to a degree that makes those expectations unrealistic?

  • 00:22

    Meet the Newcomer in the “The 5th Wave” Poster - Zackary Arthur

    in Entertainment

    The Total Tutor Neil Haley will interview Zackary Arthur.


    Born and raised in Southern California, nine-year-old Zackary has been acting since the age of six. He has dozens of short films and commercials to his credit, including spots for Honda, Toys"R"Us, Kaiser, Rabbids Invasion, Burlington Coat Factory and voice-over spots for Build-A-Bear. Along with his brother Aiden Arthur, Zack plays the Pals Club President in the new “PALS” series directed by Zachary Gordon. He also appears in Disney's "Best Friends Whenever" as young Naldo and in the CBS pilot "The Half of It," as Jon Dore's son ‘Will.’ Zack continues to study his craft at Gray Acting Studios, and his other talents include singing, dancing, climbing trees and drawing. 


     

  • 00:28

    Healthcare Changes for 2016 And A Solution

    in Health

    We are talking about the new economic realities of healthcare in 2016 – and two recent pieces in the New York Times and the Wall Street Journal.


    To discuss all this is my guest.  Dale Bellis is the executive director and co-founder of Liberty Health Share.  Dale, welcome back.


    For the record, I am a member of Liberty Health Share and my company works with them on videos and other marketing activities.  Dale, for folks who don’t know, Liberty Health Share is medical cost sharing which is what?


    How does Liberty Health Share and medical cost sharing keep costs so low?


    Let’s get into these two recent stories in the media.  The first one is from The New York Times.  It explains a recent survey by the Kaiser Foundation that showed -- even people who are insured are facing crushing debt.  20% of the people under 65 -- with health insurance -- had trouble paying their medical bills.  They have high deductibles to meet first before insurance kicks in – sometimes upwards of 10-thousand dollars.  Then they have co-pays or caps on how much insurance can pay.


    We’ve talked about this happening for more than a year now.  Why is this happening?


    What’s also fascinating in that study is only 53% -- with no insurance – were having problems.  I say only because you would think 80 or 90% would think that way.  Why is that and what does that tell you?


    This cost trend is one reason Liberty Health Share has seen a 6-fold growth in 2015.  Let’s get into the second recent article – this one from the Wall Street Journal.


    Folks, if you are interested call 888-616-9443.

  • 03:19

    Totally Driven Radio #150

    in Entertainment

    This week on Show #150...........

     


    Our Big 150th Episode!!!!


     


    We have a full show of a ton of past guest!!!!


     


    8:15 - Kristyn Burtt w/ Hollywood News Report


    840 - Mitch LaFon (Rock Music Journalist)


    850 - Logan Guleff (Master Chef Jr Winner)


    900 - Athena (Ex-Wives of Rock)


    910 - Tony Luke Jr (Philly Cheesesteak King & TV Food Personality)


    920 - Bobbie Brown - (Ex-Wives of Rock / Cherry Pie Video)


    930 - Bret Kaiser (Madam-X)


    940 - Carolyn Hennesy (General Hospital / True Blood / Revenge / Cougar Town / Jessie)


    950


    10 - Ernest Thomas (What's Happening)


    1010 - Romi Dames & Jared Granger (Mikey Cyrus star & Authors)


    1020 - Christine Hazel (Hells Kitchen)


    1030 - Brande Roderick (Actress / Playmate / Alkaline88)


    1040


    1050 - Mark Gus Scott (Trixter)


     


    Plus a recorded message from Legendary Guitarist Bernie Torme


     


    Plus Bay & Nick, will be talking all the happenings of the week, in Entertainment, & their own lives


     


    The phone lines are open, 718-508-9883


     


    Call in with a topic & win a prize

  • 00:30

    Shannon Kaiser - Find Your Happy!

    in Self Help

    Shannon Kaiser has been labeled a true sparkling star by Healing Lifestyles & Spas.  She is the author of “Find Your Happy, an Inspirational Guide to Loving Life to Its Fullest,” and a four-time contributing author to the International best-selling book series Chicken Soup for The Soul. She left her successful career in advertising to follow her heart and be a motivational speaker, life coach, travel writer and author. She is the founder of the popular website www.PlayWithTheWorld.com
    Her books and ideas have been featured in media outlets such as Good Morning America, Good Day New York, Inside Edition, Huff Post Live and she is an online columnist for several websites including MindBodyGreen, Yahoo Voices, Examiner and Tiny Buddha.  

  • 01:04

    Tom Levenson & David Kaiser • How the Hippies Saved Physics

    in Science

    Tom Levenson talks with MIT science historian David Kaiser about the development of physics in the United States during the Cold War and Kaiser's latest book 'How the Hippies Saved Physics: Science, Counterculture and the Quantum Revival.' Follow @TomLevenson

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