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Don't Give Up Your Day Dream
Host John Nuckel
Guest Lois Barth
Lois uses humor, energy and science to support groups and individuals to outwit their obstacles, live lusciously and thrive professionally. She brings her 20+ years experience as a coach, speaker, health care practitioner and storyteller / comedienne to work.
What has fascinated her most has been noticing the through lines between people who use their obstacles as a launching pad to step into a whole new aspect of reinvention, both personally as well as professionally.
Website: Don't Give Up Your Day Dream
Guest Website: Lois Barth
Link: Storytellers Campfire
Rebroadcast from XRQK Los Angeles
You know him from movies such as Soul Food, Stomp the Yard and Black Coffee. He is also an accomplished choreographer, author, and speaker. Mr. Darrin Dewitt Henson stops by The C. Nathaniel Brown Show to talk about his new book and other projects he's working on. We'll also hear from Tamiko Lowry-Pugh, a friend of the show, about her upcoming event that recognizes Domestic Violence Survivors. Join the discussion by calling in to 646-787-1799.
This week, Sean Woodley, Russell Peddle and John Gaudes discuss Anthony Bennett and why he doesn't fit with the Raptors, Jonas Valanciunas' performance at EuroBasket, not-fat Kyle Lowry, take some Twitter questions and make a startling disovery in the RaptorsHQ.com archives. This episode is brought to you by Jamario Moon.
1986... we were creeping ever closer to the 90's. Crisis On Infinite Earths had just ended for DC, bringing the first of many reboots to come. But one man made it his mission to send the Superman of the Silver Age out with a great story. Tonight we cover Alan Moore's great 2 issue finale, "Whatever Happened To The Man Of Tomorrow?"
Tim Browning of The Casual Heroes #comiccast and the Alternapodcast picked this gem and it's going to be great talking with him about it!
Don shares with us about what a 'Life Challenger' is: We like people and never meet a stranger. We greet each other with a smile and try to add value to the lives of family and friends. We share ourselves through comments that inspire, motivate, encourage and enlighten. We teach by our example and always try to live life to the fullest. We are committed to our family and friends. We are not perfect, but strive to improve upon what we have. We have goals for the hour, day, month, and year that are connected to action plans that give us a reasonable chance of being successful. We are goal driven! We don't accept failure as an option because we are always prepared to make an adjustment. We are responsible and accountable for our actions. That includes all decisions made throughout each day. We don't get caught up into thinking about what our family and friends can do for us. We are always thinking about how can reposition ourselves in life, so we can do more for them.
Ms. Lois Powers shares what has been happening in the news with her "Current Event Poetry"
Daily Dose of Weird News with Darren Marlar
Dr. Whelihan helps us understand what Pink means to women's sexual health
Coach Tony Ussery helps us to Think Ourselves Fit
Join us every last Sunday of the month to discuss what might be holding you back from living the life you deserve. You may be going through something that you are unable to work through on your own. A panel of coaches can provide you with prospectives and suggestions to overcome your challenge.
Life Coaches on The Panel This Show:
Danielle J. Hall is a Personal Growth / Entrepeneur Coach. She received her life coaching certification from Coach Training Alliance. She has maintained an entrepreneurial spirit for most of her life which gives her the experience and knowledge to assist others in their carreers while encouraging them to thrive personally as well as professionally. Visit Coach Danielle at http://CoachDanielle@blogspot.com
Rev. Lois Hollis, BSN, through decades of research and emotional consulting, has created a new way to resolve burdens that keep us emotionally stuck. She discovered that shame/guilt is the core issue that needs our attention. As a Shame/Guilt Educator, she now assists others to identify and release the shame/guilt they unknowingly carry. Visit Rev Lois Hollis, BSN at www.soulspeaks.net
Here’s how it works:
Submit what’s on your mind at Ida@dailylifeforme.org No Names, No Faces; JUST WHAT's ON YOUR MIND. Please be very detailed about your challenge so that our coaches can provide you with support.
We only ask that you give us feedback by posting what resonated with you at http://www.dailylifeforme.org/Guestbook.php
Please join Donna Baier-Stein and Tiferet Journal on 9/23/15 at 7PM EST for a conversation with Robert Carnevale. Robert Carnevale was born in Italy and grew up in Paterson. He worked in several capacities on the Voices and Visions film series on American poets and was Assistant Coordinator of the Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation Poetry Program for six years. He teaches in the graduate school at Drew University and in the college at Kean University.
Aside from Tiferet, his poems have appeared in The Paris Review, The New Yorker, The Alaska Quarterly, The Literary Review, Sidereal Times and other magazines, and several have been anthologized. His translations, with Carol Ueland, of Russian poet Aleksandr Kushner are collected in Apollo in the Grass, published this year by Farrar, Straus, and Giroux.
The Tiferet Journal is most pleased to also offer to you our multiple, award winning and recently released, “Tiferet Talk Interviews” book. This book includes 12 more exceptional interviews from Julia Cameron, Edward Hirsch, Jude Rittenhouse, Marc Allen, Arielle Ford, Robert Pinsky, Dr. Bernie Siegel, Robin Rice, Jeffrey Davis, Floyd Skloot, Anthony Lawlor, and Lois P. Jones. It can be purchased in both print and Kindle formats at this link on Amazon: http://tinyurl.com/bu8m2zs
Joining Audrey for this week's REELTalk - Turkey's PM, Erdogan, is not celebrating, since he was unable to get enough votes in the election to change the constitution to reflect the beginnings of a new Islamic Caliphate...what's next for Turkey? Hillary's found lying yet again about her email...first it was one server, now it's two. And now classified email has been found on her private server...is this the end for her presidential bid? We'll discuss that and more with former US Prosecutor and contributing editor of National Review, ANDREW McCARTHY! Most candidates move center when running in a national election, so WHO is pushing Hillary Left? Is this the end of the Clinton coalition? Do ALL black lives matter...what about those lost in black-on-black crime? What happens when a Lib decides to think for herself and steps outside the accepted Liberal rhetoric? The President thinks our greatest threat to national security is NOT Islamic terrorism, but...Climate Change?? We'll get answers to all this and more with Editor of National Review, RICH LOWRY! Ever hear of the Tri-Faith Initiative? It's happening right smack in the middle of the heartland (Omaha, Nebraska)...and a $5.5 M Mosque is part of this project. Who's behind it? Can devout Muslims ever truly be friends or at peace with Jews & Christians? We'll get answers to this and more with author & Islam analyst, Dr. STEVE KIRBY! TRUTH: We're serving it up piping hot and in your face!!
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Black Satin Radio, (646) 478-4196, is an internet-based station devoted to the art of words in the forms of poetry, music, and books. The station is dedicated to the creative works within the scope of these genres. Black Satin Radio aspires to introduce the listening audience to the inspiration behind the works while providing networking opportunities for each guest. Finally, Black Satin Radio will maintain a certain responsibility to philanthropic causes within and outside of its core demographic.
Electrifying Christian rock and worship band Never Forsaken shares songs that reflect members’ enthusiasm for the lush melodies and harmonies of Christian praise music and heavy Christian rock and are sparked by their gratitude for the expressive gift of music that connects hearts and minds and replenishes the soul. The group’s large sound and spirit-moving lyrics further their mission to spread comforting messages about God’s awesome power, letting others know they are not alone in life’s struggle and can emerge as victors over any challenge. Lois Dallett (bass), Jim Dallett (guitar), Kisha Marie (lead vocals), Carlos Figueroa (guitar) join forces for the group’s debut eight-song EP, The Journey Here, a mixture of tracks with catchy hooks that range from symphonic rockers and epic power ballads, to rambling tunes with a country/Southern rock vibe.