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Renowned relationship expert Dr. Jackie Black joins us with our host Jim Bouchard to talk about their new book:
LOVE Like a BLACK BELT!
AND... Walethia Aquil, founder of GraceandCharm.com gives us 3 Secrets for Keeping SEX Hot in Your Marriage!
It would seem that a professional relationship expert and a martial artist would have little in common. In fact, their two perspectives work in synergy to present practical, down-to earth philosophy and technique that will help any couple build a stronger relationship.
Join us for this very special Valentine's Day episode!
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Some people think that the words "Black love" are just another way to label love and relationships. After all, they reason, everyone regardless of ethnicity desires to have healthy relationships and experience love. What's so different about Black love? The term "Black love" is not about exclusion, but about knowing our worth, uplifting one another, and supporting each other especially when we've been taught that everything about us is inferior. Join us as we discuss the ingredients of Black love--what do we need to do to have healthy relationships? Believe it or not, there are examples of Black love--the media, couples we know personally, etc. Sometimes we need to stop listening to the negativity that the media feeds us and open our eyes and look around us
Through martial arts, Jim Bouchard transformed himself from dropout, drug abuser and failure to successful entrepreneur and Black Belt. Jim shares a message of personal and professional mastery, because he believes discipline, focus and excellence are not optional, in your business or your life. As a speaker and author of the Amazon bestseller; Think Like a Black Belt, Jim tours nationally presenting his philosophy of Black Belt Mindset for corporate and conference audiences. He’s a regular guest on TV and radio programs including FOX News, BBC Worldview and FOX Across America. You can learn more about Jim HERE and follow him on YouTube, Facebook and Twitter.
Joining us today on Black Belt Selling is Rick Cooper.
Rick Cooper is an Online Marketing and Social Media Trainer. He works with entrepreneurs who want to grow their business. He helps them to attract their ideal clients. He specializes in working with Coaches, Speakers and Experts. Rick is an Author, Speaker and Coach who is passionate about helping entrepreneurs achieve more.
Rick teaches strategies to attract clients online and offline. He will help you develop a plan and create visibility through traditional and online marketing strategies. You will benefit by improving your personal sales skills so you can turn prospects into repeat clients.
Today's topic is how to attract clients on LinkedIn. If you are at a loss for what to do, or you just want to brush up on your social media skills, then this is the training for you.
Set aside this half hour for an interesting look into prospecting on this social media platform.
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In a society that encourages promiscuity, dishonesty, and a lack of respect for others, is it possible for us to have loving romantic relationships? Some people may think that hoping to find true love is nothing but a fairy tale, especially if their past experiences have left a bad taste in their mouths. Well, today, we want to leave a sweet taste in your mouth and give you hope. What is Black love and what does it mean to you? Why is it important and why is it special? What are the key elements of successful Black relationships? What can we do to strengthen our relationships?
In today's episode of Black Belt Selling, Anna and Stephanie Scheller will be interviewing their sales mentor, Master Sales Trainer, Eric Lofholm.
With fluctuating changes in your market, it can be overwhelming to keep your momentum going. Eric will be sharing from his own experiences as a trainer and business owner tips and strategies to not just survive when a market dries up, but to thrive! He will also be sharing about his upcoming visit to Texas at the end of the month.
Join us for this insightful and powerful episode on Black Belt Selling!
Join Stephanie Scheller as she explores the importance of education, and the various types of education that will change your life! As a young lady with both a bachelors degree anda degree from the University of Life, she is passionate about education and the value it adds, and how to take best advantage of it! As sales-minded individuals, it's important that we are always continuing our education, growing our knowledge and staying connected with those who can help us grow.
Stephanie will be speaking from personal experience about the value of education in a traditional sense, and the importance of searching for education outside of the hallowed halls of a school and how to constantly be on the hunt for educational opportunities.
Education is one of the three keys to success, and today we're excited to bring you one step closer to finding your ultimate success!
Would you like to improve your personal power? Develop new career opportunities? Then this is the show for you! Becoming a black belt in sales is more than practicing skills and techniques. It involves integration of all aspects of our life so that we can have success and enjoy it! It also takes a coach who sees past our limitations and circumstances to empower us to greatness.
Joining us is Elizabeth Garland, life coach and founder of Soul-Nourishing LLC. Her mission is too help people heal and transform their lives, especially after a loss. Sometimes life throws us curveballs that threaten our dreams and goals. Elizabeth is a firm believer that coaching is essential to realizing success. Following these best practices and combining it with a positive attitude, good communication skills and the motivation to succeed have allowed her to be a top performer in her career and achieve the satisfaction and support of peers and clients. Elizabeth is a Master NLP (Neuro-Linguistic Programming) practitioner, Certified Grief Recovery Specialist and Personal Life Coach.
If you want more from life, then join us for this impactful discussion on Life/Work Balance.
A Focus of the show being on Relationships between Black people.
You know the hate on the GREATNESS ACHEIVABLE BY BLACK FAMILY is HIGH.
The world perpetuates enough propaganda for people of African decent NOT to be in healthy, loving, lasting relationships with other people of African decent.
No Black Couples = Black Babies = No Black pple. This show is going to highlight past and current Black On Black Love via celebrity Black couples, codes of behavior, principles, and values that were/are practiced, which are both signature to our people
And key to maintaining and/or rebuilding a healthy relationship and family.
It Has Always Flourished. It Will Continue to Flourish.
No matter How Hard the World Try's to smother out the flame, The Pheinox will Rise.
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Confederate Soldiers Can Be "Black Like Me." Call (347)857-3293 to speak, or listen by Internet. The tapes will be available 24/7 at Blogtalkradio after the live show. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. told us that we should judge people not by the color of their skin but by the content of their character, and he was not talking only to white people. Assuming that everyone who is black is a friend to African Americans is ridiculous. Whipping boys were not white, and not all of them were coerced. Some blacks did and still do enjoy damaging or even killing African Americans for elite white supremacists, especially if they profit financially by doing so. Therefore, we must recognize that one's skin color is not a uniform. Nobody can determine on which side of the "War against Black America" a soldier is fighting merely by observing his complexion. If not for Black Confederates, African Americans would fare significantly better in the 21st century than we do.
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Power concedes nothing without a demand; it never has, and it never will. ~Frederick Douglass
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