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  • 00:24

    Questions You Should Always Ask on First Dates

    in Lifestyle

    First dates are for the most part a tad awkward. Sharing a coffee or a meal with a stranger offers plenty of opportunities for uncomfortable silences or social faux pas that will land the date in the worst of all time lists. Being confident and having ideas of what to talk about beyond generic small talk will help people understand each other – and see if the chemistry begins to appear.


    Join Wright for the “Bring Out Your Best” show on Dating and Relationships Wednesdays at 12:00PM CST and Careers Thursdays at 12:00PM CST. 


    To learn more about Wright, follow us on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube, or to get involved in our programs visit us at wrightliving.com.

  • 00:31

    Why is Confidence a Myth?

    in Lifestyle

    Many people struggle with being confident at the workplace – on the one hand, they want to have authority but they also may not want to step on any toes. Other people may be shy or lack confidence in himself or herself or their job performance.  But what exactly is confidence and what does it involve? In this epsode we will discuss why people have these hang-ups and how to become confident at work without being over the top or a bully.


    Join Wright for the “Bring Out Your Best” show on Dating and Relationships Wednesdays at 12:00PM CST and Careers Thursdays at 12:00PM CST. 


    To learn more about Wright, follow us on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube, or to get involved in our programs visit us at wrightliving.com.

  • 00:22

    What Your Pet Can Teach You--Featuring "Pet Grief Coach" Judy Helm Wright

    in Pets

    www.deathofmypet.com  


    As pet owners we are often concerned about what and how we can train our pets.  But the truth is that pets often teach us.  As a parent educator (and pet grief coach) I use animals to teach families how to relate to one another in daily life.


    Today's show will be about some of the life skills we can learn from animals.  Here are just some we will discuss;



    To have unconditional love for others.
    To be non-judgemental about race, gender, religion or nationality
    To protect our loved ones
    To be aware of other's feelings and show empathy and comfort
    To show loyalty for family
    To trust your instincts
    To live in the moment--don't hold grudges
    To keep our needs simple
    To hide a little something away for a rainy day
    To include excercise and naps in everyday.


    You are invited to call in during the show or to leave comments that may be used in an up-coming book on Animal-Human Connection. Thanks for being part of our community of kind, thoughtful people who want respect for all.  

    Judy Helm Wright, Pet Grief Coach and author of "I Lost My Best Friend Today--Dealing With The Loss of a Beloved Pet."


    PS:  If you have a pet story to share please send it to judy@deathofmypet.com  and be sure to put PET STORY in the subject line.  You may be featured in an upcoming book.


     

  • 01:02

    Martin Luther King - The American Dream

    in Moms and Family

    Martin Luther King, Jr., was a champion of great principles, laboring mightily and in the end sacrificing his life to advance the cause of equal rights for all. At the level of first principles—in his commitments to natural rights, democratic government, and the irrelevance of race to moral personhood and just social deserts—King’s political thought might properly claim a consensus among virtually all American citizens. But with respect to the relation between those first principles and the programmatic means for effecting them, his thought leaves much ground for legitimate dispute. A careful analysis of King’s political teaching shows that these two elements of his thinking are in tension with one another and thereby account for the persistent divisions over how to understand his legacy.

  • 01:49

    Tribute to Luther Vandross: 1990's

    in Health

    Divabetic remembers the 10 year anniversary of losing a legend, the late Luther Vandross (April 20, 1951 – July 1, 2005) with this special podcast, Tribute to Luther Vandross, celebrating his career during the 1990’s. Luther Vandross was a musical master whose style has influenced an entire generation of today’s vocalists. His distinctive brand of satin smooth vocal magic moved international audiences and continues to touch people to this day.


    The happy healthcare host, Max “Mr. Divabetic” Szadek, who worked with Vandross for more than 14 years, hosts this tribute podcast featuring Luther’s former vocalists Paulette McWilliams, Pat Lacy, Tawatha Agee, Cindy Mizelle and Kevin Owens, band member Bryon Miller, Vandross family member, Seveda Williams, friends Darren Margo and David Jones, the Luther Vandross historian, Leon Petrossian and Luther super fan, Jane Goodman from Great Britain.


    Throughout the podcast we will be playing selected Luther Vandross songs that he recorded during the 1990’s courtesy of SONY Music.


    Divabetic, the organization inspired by Luther’s diabetes journey revisits the singer’s career in the decade of hair scrunchies, boy bands, grunge and rave parties. This Luther tribute remembers the moments, the music and the man and the motivation to ensure that no one has to struggle with diabetes alone or in silence. Keep ‘your house a home’ and learn how to prevent a diabetes health-related complication from occurring. Visit: www.divabetic.org

  • 00:30

    Habits of Happy Couples

    in Lifestyle

    While there is no such thing as the perfect relationship, some love seems to be pretty close. How do couples succeed in finding happiness, even at stressful times? Join us as we discuss common causes of issues between couples and then habits of the “happiest” couples. 


    Join Wright for the “Bring Out Your Best” show on Dating and Relationships Wednesdays at 12:00PM CST and Careers Thursdays at 12:00PM CST. 


    To learn more about Wright, follow us on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube, or to get involved in our programs visit us at wrightliving.com.

  • 00:31

    What is the Best Job Fit for Your Personality?

    in Lifestyle

    There are many different types of people in this world; introverts and extroverts, organized and not. Not every job is for every personality type – many people look to Myer’s Briggs personality tests for more about who they are personality-wise, but it also can come down to common sense. Someone who is an analyzer would most likely be an accountant, while someone who is head of sales would be an energizer. In this episode we will discuss how to figure out your personality type and some good jobs for each basic type.


    Join Wright for the “Bring Out Your Best” show on Dating and Relationships Wednesdays at 12:00PM CST and Careers Thursdays at 12:00PM CST. 


    To learn more about Wright, follow us on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube, or to get involved in our programs visit us at wrightliving.com.

  • 00:31

    Why are you Miserable at Work?

    in Lifestyle

    Why are you miserable at work? How you think about your work and your job? Do you think of it as suffering or as pay for play? Our parents’ attitudes toward work influence how we see our work life. Join Dr. Bob Wright to dig deeper into these questions and more!


    Join Wright for the “Bring Out Your Best” show on Dating and Relationships Wednesdays at 12:00PM CST and Careers Thursdays at 12:00PM CST. 


    To learn more about Wright, follow us on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube, or to get involved in our programs visit us at wrightliving.com.


     

  • 00:32

    Dating Etiquette Rules You Need to Know

    in Lifestyle

    While Emily Post may not be a household name in the 21st century, the art of etiquette (or proper manners) still exists. Join us as we discuss proper dating etiquette.


    Join Wright for the “Bring Out Your Best” show on Dating and Relationships Wednesdays at 12:00PM CST and Careers Thursdays at 12:00PM CST. 


    To learn more about Wright, follow us on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube, or to get involved in our programs visit us at wrightliving.com.

  • 01:01

    Martin Luther King "Loving Your Enemies"

    in Moms and Family

    Dr. Martin Luther King often said," Violence begets more violence" Thus his modem of operation was love. By his living and dying he proved that one man armed with truth and courage can move a whole nation. We have more dog eat dog world then loving self sacrificing servants that are motivated by social justice and who are determined to love at all cost. In a world than is now fulfilling the prophecy of our Lord that said in the last days," the love of many will wax cold" we must strive never to have it said of us!

  • 00:35

    Your Relationship is Only as Good as Your Self-Esteem

    in Lifestyle

    Join us as we discuss how self-esteem plays a positive or negative role in relationships, and how poor self-esteem can lead to resentment and over-competition.


    Join Wright for the “Bring Out Your Best” show on Dating and Relationships Wednesdays at 12:00PM CST and Careers Thursdays at 12:00PM CST. 


    To learn more about Wright, follow us on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube, or to get involved in our programs visit us at wrightliving.com.