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There are lots of teens who must work. Finding a job is a challenge for any jobless person. Overcoming challenges begins with goal setting. Being a teen and either heading your own household, or helping out in your family, getting a job is difficult. Finding work is difficult for any one, but when a teen needs to work and have a hard time finding a job, it could be frustrating and depressing. Why? Well, first, you are a teen and there's nothing you can do about that. Only time solves this issue. And it's not your fault times are so hard you have to work full time. What should you do? Determine what you need and how to get what you need. Learn today to make goal setting part of your daily life. Continue reading here!
Identify each challenge that stands in your way.
Prioritize those challenges in order of what must be done first second, and so on.
Make a list of solutions to each challenge
Write out activities required to arrive at the solutions to each challenges.
November is Family Month at Onyx Woman Magazine on the Radio. Monday, November 4, 2013, we will focus on the challenges and joys of single parenting. Money issues, time crunch and more.
Join Ola and our guest, Lanette Zavala, who has written and published eight books through 2003, including A Single Woman's Journey Through Marriage Preparation. As well as, Missie Shealey published author of the children's book Pookie Lookie; The Spotted Panda Bear.
Monday, November 4, 2013 | 12:30PM | Call In: 917-889-8070 | Listen Online: http://ow.ly/qlzh6
Join us as we finish up our discussion on the benefits and challenges of breastfeeding. I wish I'd heard this when I first had my baby!! Don't miss it.
Join us for a panel discussion with successful women in various areas of business. Your host, Lisa Bullard, will moderate a discussion on difficult topics such as how to manage real life issues as you strive to build a business or a career. Each panel member will share examples of how she managed conflict and challenges, yet remained focused and motivated.
Panel members are Carolyn Cohn, Joanne McGhee and Nisha Latchman. Join us 10/27@11AM-EST. 347-857-4650 or http://www.blogtalkradio.com/arippleeffect/2013/10/27/business-challenges-a-panel-discussion
Tonights topic, "Turning challenges into positives". Join the Two Wise Latinas starting at 7:00 then at 7:30 they will be joined by Jacqueline Griego.
The Wise Latina Network is an innovative based network of successful Latina women empowering future leaders and entrepreneurs of the Latino community.
The goal of the Wise Latina Network radio is to provide positive programing which will empower Latinas of all ages. A variety of topics will be discussed including politics, education and real life challenges.
A talk with Ana Lopez of CityMart. CityMart calls itself "a market place for the most innovative solution companies and visionary cities on the planet."
How CityMart help cities accelerate the process of solving urban and social challenges
How it connects solution providers with the decision-makers in cities around the world
How CityMart helps cities define their needs, publish them to the marketplace and discover the available solutions
Ana Lopez is a specialist in Social Development working at CityMart which has locations in Denmark and Spain.
learn more at http://legacyofchange.co/
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If life didn't challenge us, how could we know how strong we are? How would we learn who we are capable of becoming?
Join Judi Moreo, author of You Are More Than Enough, as she explores what makes successful people successful and how we can make the choice to turn our challenges into opportunities. Is it what we choose to think about each experience that determines how we respond to it? Does our response determine whether or not we find richer, more purposeful, more joyful lives?
If you have tough choices to make, tune in, listen, and call. Discuss your Choices with Judi.
Each of us has a story and that story contains many challenges that we've overcome or are overcoming. This show will address the indomitable power of the human spirit to overcome, learn, and grow from life's challenges for more success in life and relationships.
SISFI presents "Preparing for Winter" to address the coming cold season and the challenges it will bring for thousands of people in NY and NJ living in unhealthy homes with mold, no heat, without proper clothing, malnourished, pre-existing health complications and new human wellness challenges.
Winter is a seasonal depression time for many so imagine adding the challenges of living with no heat, proper warmth, proper food and the respiratory impacts of the mold infection. These are real challenges affecting thousands of people every day and we must address the human wellness impacts now before it gets colder and they have to lock themselves indoors under those circumstances.
The dialog will provide more awareness about the health and wellness tips and resources for survivors. Join Mr. Brett A. Scudder for this special feature with guests Rev. Dr. Cheryl Anthony, chair of the Brooklyn LTRG, Dr. Edward Williams, chair of Queens, The Rockaways and Broad Channel LTRG, Mr. Michael Taylor, president of We Care New York “WCNY” and residents from across NY and NJ to discuss about the challenges, issues, needs and solutions. A very special thank you to our guests for taking the time to be a part of this important feature and dialog. We look forward to the dialog and really getting into the real core of the challenges and needs. This feature is sponsored and in association with the NY Humanitarians and Community Advocates Network “NYHCAN”, The Rockaways Community Actions & Response Coalition “TRCAARC”, My Rockaways Media "MyRM" and the International Community Media Network Project "ICMNP". We thank them for their support of this effort. Thank you and God bless, Thank you very much and have a great day. We apprecilove your patronage and look forward to serving you more. ~SISFI~