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Kara Ronin returns to chat about how she was able to grow her business, Executive Impressions, through guest posting.
Kara has written guest posts for online media outlets like The Local France, Expatica France, Firepole Marketing, Business Insider India and The Muse (formerly The Daily Muse), which was picked up by Time Inc.
She will explain how she got the opportunity to do guests posts and why anyone can grow their brand through guest posting even if they are a college student or an employee.
Through the portal of Executive Impessions, Kara offers corporate, university, and online training programs focused on her fields of expertise: international business etiquette and executive leadership.
She is also the author of an ebook called "The Ultimate Networking Roadmap: Rise Above Fear To Network With Confidence and Class."
It's that time of year again.... conference season! Joining us to share what can you expect to see, highlighted trends, and how to get the most out of your conference investment is Kara Mignanelli, who runs Social Recruiting Strategies Conference (or #SRSC on the Twitters).
Listen Live on Rose Colombo and the Justice Club, MWF< 9am-10:30 a pst and 12-1:30p est - worldwide online, podcasts, (347) 324-3704 - Author's Corner welcomes Kara Egger, a dynamic author who has written a trilogy titled White Chocolate - join us as well as the social and political issues of the day - at Freedomizer Radio - all shows archived as well as at Rose4Justice Blogs and Radio Shows at www.rose4justice.com
1. Muadi Mukenge, Program Director For Sub-Saharan Africa, Global Fund For Women; Member of Board, Priority Africa Network, joins us to talk about the Congolese Independence Day Program, Sat., June 27, 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. at Resurrection Lutheran Church, 397 Euclid Ave, Oakland. Her talk is entitled: “Women’s Participation in the Peace Process in the Great Lakes Region: Insights From A May 2015 Visit To The Congo.” The fundraising event is sponsored by Congolese United Association (831) 324-3337.
2. Theodore Lush joins us to speak about the Montgomery, AL, Maafa Commemoration, Sat., July 12, 2015, 10 am. For information visit RememberTheAncestors.com
3. Dr. Johanna Fernández is assistant professor of history at Baruch College of the City University of New York and a former Fulbright Scholar. She is editor of Writing on the Wall, Selected Prison Writings of Mumia Abu Jamal (City Lights, 2015) and of the forthcoming book When the World Was Their Stage: A History of the Young Lords Party, 1968-1974 (Princeton University Press). She is the writer and producer of the feature length film, Justice on Trial: The Case of Mumia Abu-Jamal.
4. 38th Annual Bay Area Playwrights Festival, July 17-26: Amy Mueller, Artistic director, and featured playwrights: Tearrance Chisholm, Hooded or Being Black for Dummies; Kara Lee Corthron’s Welcome To Fear City. Visit PlaywrightsFoundation.org
Tonight it is my great pleasure to have on the show, Prof. Kara Cooney. I just attended one of her talks at The Getty Museum in Malibu, CA and you are all in for a special treat tonight as we discuss Queen Hatshepsut's Rise to Power in Ancient Egypt and Kara's new book, The Woman Who Would Be King. You might recognize Kara's name as she's been on the television series Out of Egypt which aired on the Discovery Channel and she was also the co-curator of the King Tut Exhibit at the LA County Museum of Art. You can catch Out of Egypt streaming on Netflix and Amazon. Personable, funny, knowledgeable and candid - a great guest I'm sure you'll remember. Be sure to tune in! I'm very excited to be speaking to her and asking all the questions I'm sure you have in mind!
Join host Katie Wetherbee for a live discussion with Kara Brogan, Occupational Therapist, about including children with special needs in your ministry.
This show highlights ministry to children with special needs and seeks to resource, encourage and empower those who minister to them.
Katie is an educational consultant for Hope Educational Consulting who works with churches, families, and schools. She is also a writer; her articles have been featured on the MOPS and Power of Moms blogs as well as the Huffington Post and in KidzMatter Magazine. Katie is currently the special needs columnist for Children’s Ministry Magazine. In addition, she and author Jolene Philo are currently writing a book called Every Child Welcome, which will be published in April 2015. Katie and her husband, Tom, live in Chagrin Falls, Ohio, with their teenagers and a quirky mutt named Mitzie.
Kara’s gotten her feelings wrapped around Jazz in hopes of becoming the number one woman in his life. Too bad his wife is already in that spot! Her love for him has her lowering her standards to maintaining her side chick status. But Kara wants more… She becomes demanding and gives Jazz ultimatums proving she is over his games. His empty promises and lies show her he isn’t the man he claims to be. But like most women, Kara is determined to fight for her love…
Jazz is hooked on Kara’s young love. After witnessing his best friend and wife having sex, he’s confused and unsure of who he can trust. His life is flipped upside down by drama and tragedy, once the set up of his best friend comes back to haunt him.
“Zen” aka Zenayia struggles to love her husband Jazz… She’s gotten lost in her feelings for his best friend Damon. Her affair with Damon ultimately puts her in a compromising position when she is deemed with an unexpected pregnancy. Her marriage is on the line resulting in her hiding secrets are unmasked.
The ultimate betrayal of his best friend Jazz leaves Damon questioning those around him. He is jealous of Jazz and wishes he had his lifestyle. Their friendship will be tested, pushing Damon to make drastic decisions to keep his affair with Zen under wraps. He is determined to find out who set him up, but he has no idea his enemy is right under his nose…
Tonight Pop Art Painter, Jamie Roxx (www.JamieRoxx.us) welcomes
Actress, Kara Gray to the show.
Kara will be discussing the new upcoming Romantic drama, Peyton's Burden
Chase Dudley, Filmmaker discusses his new film Payton's Burden
Chase will be discussing his various film projects, including the upcoming drama, Payton's Burden.
Find Your Inner Zen: Secrets to a Balanced Mind, Body, and Spirit with Kara Melendy, MA, RPC
Kara is the creator and owner of Koaching with Kara, a business dedicated to helping you tap into your inner power, find your passion, and uncover your purpose in life. She strongly believes that every individual should feel empowered and passionate about life, and have a sense of their purpose in this world.
Kara draws upon a variety of techniques that she personally utilizes in her own life and has witnessed their effectiveness. Some of these techniques include tools from Solution-Focused Counselling, Mindfulness practices, Cognitive Therapy, and Energy Psychology Techniques. Kara believes that counselling and coaching should be an empowering experience where you come to understand your unique abilities, appreciate your personal strengths, and learn the tools you need to help yourself succeed each and every day. She offers highly personalized programs and coaching packages tailored to meet your needs.
For more information visit: http://www.koachingwithkara.com/index.html
In this episode of AKANFO NANASOM, we examine the seven karkaru (chakras) and their relationship to the Abosom (Deities) of the Akan 7-day week and also the seven spiritual senses. The Abosom Who animate the solar. lunar and planetery bodies which govern the Akan seven-day week are the same Abosom from ancient Khanit and Kamit (Nubia and Egypt) that we continue to invoke and worship today: Awusi, Adwoa, Bena, Abenaa, Awuku, Akua, Yaw, Yaa, Aaba, Afi and Amen Men (Ausar, Auset, Heru Behdety, Sekhmet, Set, Nebt Het, Heru, Wadjet, Nekhebet, Het Heru and Amen Men). All Akan people are named after one of these Abosom.
The term 'chakra' is a corruption of the term 'karkar' from ancient Kamit. This term predates sanskrit by thousands of years. We examine the karkaru as shrines of Abosom (Deities/Orisa/Vodou) within the spirit-bodies of Afurakanu/Afuraitkaitnut (Africans~Black People).
We examine our book and publication:
ANKH - The Origin of the term 'Yoga' - KARA KASA - The Origin and Nature of the 'Chakra'
NSAMANKOM and the Seven Senses
Odwirafo Kwesi Ra Nehem Ptah Akhan
Aakhuamuman Amaruka Atifi Mu
Akwamu Nation in North America
Durden & Ray is an artist collective comprised of 22 artist/curator members who work together to create exhibition opportunities at gallery spaces around the world. In May of 2015 they opened a permanent gallery space in Downtown Los Angeles.
The Durden & Ray model overlaps multiple strategies, including the democratic structure of an artists’ group, the potential to create collaborative works of art as a collective, and and the shared fiscal support of its programs by group members and partnering organizations.
Durden & Ray concentrate on small, tightly curated group shows, organized by the members, as well as the hosting of international artists and exhibiitons as part of their commitment to global exchange and alternative networks.
Guests on the show are Max Presniell, Claudia Parducci and Tom Dunn.
GYST DO IT! is hosted by independent curator Kara Tomé.
GYST-Ink is an artist-run company providing resources, technology and solutions created by artists for artists. Our mission is to support arts professionals, educational institutions, and arts organizations with an integrated program of software, services and information in order to keep artists working. GYST–Ink is dedicated to empowering and educating artists so that they can develop sustainable and successful careers on their own terms.
It's Freedom Friday! Are you ready for the weekend? In fact are you ready for the beach, vacation, etc? Maybe you are getting ready for a wedding, class or family reunion, or some other special event and you want to look awesome. Dr. Kara Davis returns with tips to help you look and feel better from the inside out. She joins Linda to discuss her book Spiritual Secrets to Weight Loss. Tieing in with Mental Health Awareness Month the ladies will be dicussing how stress, emotional eating, and other issues effect how and what we eat.