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  • 00:46

    Emotional traps that keep us Stuck

    in Spirituality

    Are you aware of all of the influences around you that are designed to keep you powerless?  Becoming symbol literate will allow you to know what influences may or may not be making decisions for you in your life  step in the driver seat of your life and join us for this important discussion.   


  • 00:37

    ‚ÄčLITERATE NATION Dr Rich Long on Making Literacy work for All

    in Education


    Dr Rich Long on Making Literacy work for All

    ?www.literatenation.org  @literatenation?



  • 01:01

    Motivating Your Teen Spirit with Tia Ross

    in Entrepreneur

    We all need to know how to communicate effectively.  The #1 key to this is emotional literacy. We need to have the ability to express and handle our emotions, especially the difficult ones, so that we can respond in a mature manner.   This is a skill most people dont learn growing up.  In fact many adults still dont know how to handle their difficult emotions.  But it is key to being a genuine and effective functioning member of society that  we all learn the art of expressing our feelings and communicate our needs in a manner that creates a dialog and productive outcome rather than a confrontation and struggle

    Steve is excited to share with you Master Facilitator and the director of the Mottivating the Masses division Motivating the Teen Spirit Tia Ross.  Tia has helped teens for over 17 years learn how to have emotional intellegience and be emotionally literate.  This is a great episode to listen to with your teens.  But even if you dont have a teen in your house this eposode will help you in ways you can imagine.  You will be motivated, challenged and you will learn how to beging the process of being emotionally literate.  Today on Thriving Entrepreneu

  • 00:19

    Reparations Literacy: 10 Reasons Why African Americans Will Not Get Reparations

    in Real Estate

    Today on "It's My House" we shall discuss no less than "(10) Reasons Why African Americans Will Not Get Reparations"..................for slavery.

    This program will help U to become Reparations Literate.

    Some (not all) African American believe they are due "reparations" for slavery; if you believe they do please call in with your reasons WHY you think they do along with EVIDENCE that will hold up in Court.

    Visit our website @ itsmyhouseradio.wordpress.com

    Call to listen to "It's My House Radio" by dialing 712-432-8863.  Call in 24/7

    Thankyou for listening to "It's My House Radio".

  • 00:57

    Creating Wealth By Becoming Gentrification Literate

    in Real Estate

    On "It's My House" we shall conclude our month long studies on "Gentrification Literacy". Gentrificaiton is about "adding value" on (4) basic levels: 

    Raw Land
    Wide spread geographical areas........sub-divisions, villages, towns, cities, states, nations, continenants. 

    Call in to our LIVE STREAM with any of your questions or comments and make sure that you have materials available to take notes.

    Visit our website @: www.itsmyhouseonline.com

    Call "It's My House Radio" @ 712-432-8863  for "on demand" play backs of our podcast.

    Thank you for tunning in to It's My House. 

  • 01:01

    An Hour With Dylan Brody

    in Comedy

    Dylan Brody is one of America's leading humorists and story tellers. 

    With fans that include comedic legends such as Carl Reiner, Robin Williams, Roseanne Barr and Paul Krassner, and an ever-expanding repertoire of witty and profound tales of his journey through life that are unique, yet utterly recognizable to everyone, Dylan has earned a reputation as one of America’s fastest rising storytellers. 

    Dylan has been invited again in 2015, to appear on stage with fellow humorist and best selling authour David Sedaris. 

    He currently writes and performs regularly for the David Feldman show on KPFK (Pacifica Radio) in Los Angeles, The Drive with Steve Jaxon on KSRO (Sonoma County), and is a regular contributor to John Rabe’s OFF RAMP on KPCC, NPR's Pasadena affiliate. He has written for dozens of comedians, including Jay Leno, who has used Brody’s work in his monologues on NBC’s The Tonight Show.

    In 2005, Dylan won the Stanley Drama award for playwriting. He is a thrice-published author of fiction for the Young Adult market with one of his books, A Tale of a Hero and The Song of Her Sword finding a place in the curriculum at several public schools in the U.S., earning him a yearly influx of poorly written fan letters and e-mails to which Mr. Brody diligently replies. 

    In early 2007, Dylan Brody's Thinking Allowed, brought long form humor and insight, literate and literary, to a broad based audience. The show, the first of its kind ever in the venue, enjoyed a successful six month run on the main stage at the Hollywood Improv. 

    Dylan has worked in venues fall over the world, sharing the stage with some of the comedy world’s biggest stars. He has appeared at M.I.T., at Sarah Lawrence College’s vast Reisinger Concert Hall and served as Northfield Mount Hermon School’s first ever Artist in Residence. 

  • 01:58

    Centro Latino for Literacy congratulating 129 newly literate

    in Business

    Centro Latino for Literacy is congratulating 129 newly literate adults at their 7th Annual Manos Amigas/Helping Hands Celebration.   Event is being co-chaired by Paul Garza, Jr., Centro Latino for Literacy Board Chair and Gil Vazquez, Principal at Vazquez & Company, LLP. For twenty-two years now, Centro Latino has been transforming lives by teaching literacy skills to non-literate Spanish speakers.   These 129 adults will graduate from the Leamos and Listos courses, where they learned reading and writing, math, grammar, and financial literacy.   Thanks to our major sponsors First Credit Bank Community Bank, Barker Management, Inc., CHAPA (CA Housing Assistance Program), Wells Fargo Bank, Telemundo, Union Bank, Southern California Gas Company/Sempra Energy, California Bank and Trust, The California Endowment, and Jeff Tsuji Design & Photography. Their support not only impacts our students’ lives, but it also impacts their families, workplace, health and the entire well being of the community. 

  • 02:05


    in Radio

    Straight from notoriously rugged streets of Detroit comes Verdict, a young artist who's arresting lyrics delivers a hard-hitting yet positive message to the world about the power of individuality, self-belief, and overcoming adversity. Verdict's knack for creating literate thought-provoking rhymes is underscored by his near encyclopedic knowledge of all different genres of music. Verdict brings a wide array of musical styles! "Growing up in Detroit, I was just a sponge for music, says Verdict. "I listened to a lot of jazz artist like Marcus Miller and a lot of R&B artist like Mary J Blige, Michael Jackson, and Whitney Houston. I also really loved hip-hop artist who were very musically eclectic like A Tribe Called Quest and Outkast. They were huge influences upon me.The seeds of Verdict's love of hip-hop first sprouted back in the late '90s when a middle school-aged Verdict began writing and spitting rhymes after being inspired by a teacher named Mr. Cooper who would sometimes rap for his students.

    The year was 2006 Verdict met Detroit hip-hop manager Jacq" Pauly" Lovejoy, who was blown away by the young man's rapping abilities and his clear-eyed, no nonsense raps about post-millennium life in Detroit. "We knew we wanted to make true hip-hop---hard hitting, real, something enough to stand the test of time & represent the best hip- hop product available today" Thus BenOfficial Music was established "says Lovejoy. Attention to detail is a trait that noticeable throughout Verdict's work which has perfectly captured the state of hip-hop.

    2015 brought even more chances for Verdict to shine with opening up for Jermain Dupri, Kid Capri, Keith Murray, The Luniz, Dru Down and even rocked the mic on the same stage as Rakim, Big Daddy kane, Slick Rick the Ruler, and Brand Nubian. The Verdict is in. And he's here to stay!


  • 01:01

    Financial Literacy with Roger Silvera

    in Entrepreneur

    Are you financially literate?  Do you work for your money or does your money work for you? Are you making tangible progress toward your financial goal?  For that matter, do you have a financial plan for your future?  What is it based on?  Someones opinion? Your hopes?  Or do you have a plan to protect, save and grow your money.  Don’t leave your financial future to chance or in the hands of someone who does not have a clear plan for your short and long term financial future

    Today Host Steve Kidd is joined by personal financial partner and advisor Roger Silvera and they are going to help you know better how to make your money grow.  How to have cash flow not cash slow.  How you can have finances that make you a Thriving Entrepreneur

  • 02:07


    in Social Networking


    Anne Tammel is a poet, dreamer, and branding expert who helps artists and professionals make their dreams come true. In the field of writing, Anne has published several works of fiction, and most recently, two collections of poetry: Endless, A Literate Passion (Saint Julian Press), and Paper Angels, (Aldrich Press). Anne is owner and founder of Poets and Dreamers, a group of over one thousand authors in Southern California who meet to prepare their works for publication. During the show, we will talk with Anne about how you can become involved with Poets and Dreamers, use writing to fulfill your personal dreams, and enter to win one of Anne’s books.



    Maria Iliou is your Director Manager, your Host  for Life Styles / Autistic Life Styles on Monday's. Maria Iliou is interviewing Anne Tammel  is Author, Poet, Writes Fiction ...

    Maria Iliou is Ambassador for Long Island NY















  • 00:32

    Think Big: The Next 5 Things in Nonprofit Management

    in Non-Profit

    Kate Pravera, PhD, the Academic Director and Founder of the UIC Certificate in Nonprofit Management will be a guest on Nonprofit "U" radio blog talk show on Monday, September 14, 2015, from 2:00 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. Nonprofit "U" is an online forum where nonprofit stakeholders can discuss the latest developments in the sector and increase their capacity to serve their clients and build sustainable communities. Kate Pravera will share insights on five trends in nonprofit management, and how nonprofit leaders can position themselves to "ride the wave". Enjoy a lively discussion on

    1. Exercising democracy: the fundamental survival skill of the 2010’s

    2. Innovation literacy (becoming literate in what authentic innovation is and how to do it)

    3. Reframing mission (not just organizational but in social, civic, economic and political context)

    4. Burying institutional silos, developing new alliances.

    5. Cultivating inclusive leadership.

    Call in live at (347) 884-8121. You don't need an account to listen, but, if you want to participate in an online chat, open a listener-only account at https://secure.blogtalkradio.com/register.aspx?type=listener to participate in a live chat.

    Visit Valeriefleonard.com.  Archived episodes may be found at http://Valeriefleonard.com/NonprofitU, iTunes and Stitcher.

    Follow @VFLeonard and @NonprofitU