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  • 00:14

    Everyone has a voice,but not everyone is heard. Magic Maddie is here to help

    in Radio

    Magic Maddie here!


    Everyone has a voice but not everyone is heard so I Magic Maddie am hear with a mega phone to help your voice be heard.


    on todays chat we will talk about:


    confidence


    music


    how i can help


    myself


    callers questions


    Maddies magic touch


    and anything else that we decide.. because it's your time to shine.


    My radio station was created for anyone and everyone who has never had the chance to put theirselves out there.


    this is a radio station made for YOU. built because of YOU. and inspired by YOU.. the people.


    so come on give maddie a call i promise i wont bite to hard.


     

  • 01:08

    Made By Maddie J Interior Design

    in Christianity

    Join Dr. Teresa Graham as she interview Maddie J. Johnson the CEO and Founder of Made By Maddie J. Please tune in with us tonight at 6:00PM (CST) & 7:00PM (EST). 

  • 00:31

    Maddie Brown - Connecting Spirituality & Business

    in Business

    In this episode I will be discussing how entrepreneurs can connect spirituality with their business - gracefully.
    Maddie Brown, The Conscious CPA, is on a mission to help transformational business owners succeed in their business, help more people and make more money.  Maddie helps her client get clear about their business and financial goals, clean up any money messes, get confident about where they are and where they are going and create a simple step by step plan to get there without feeling overwhelmed, wrong or judged.

  • 00:58

    Maddie Brown, 5 Simple Steps to Make and Keep More Money in Your Small Business

    in Entrepreneur

    In this episode of the Divinely Intuitive™ Business Radio Show, Rev. Anne Presuel, Irreverent Rev, will be interviewing Maddie Brown, CPA, The Entrepreneur’s CFO.


    Maddie Brown, Certified Public Accountant (CPA), has 30+ years of working with small businesses. She has a passion for helping business owners fulfill their dreams and create the real business they were meant to share. Her services save time, stress and money and give people wings.


    By helping business owners fulfill their place, Maddie fulfills hers. This is her gift.


    Maddie will be teaching us her 5 Simple Steps to help you make more money, have the business you’ve always wanted, reach financial freedom, and live out your dreams!


    Anne and Maddie will be taking your calls and questions, so call in!


    Click here for Maddie's special gift for listeners: her eBook 5 Simple Steps to Make and Keep More Money in Your Business.

  • 00:24

    Florida State vs Georgia Tech Softball Preview

    in Sports

    #182: Shelly Hoerner, Head Coach, Georgia Tech, visits TCRS to preview the regular season finale for Tech as her team prepares for the Florida State Seminoles.  Under Coach Hoerner's direction last season, Tech ranked third in the ACC in batting average (.297) and led the ACC in stolen bases per game (1.38). Meanwhile Georgia Tech pitchers lowered the ERA from 5.37 to 4.21 in her first season. Individually, Hoerner coached two All-ACC performers in Maddie Lionberger (1st team) and Ashley Thomas (2nd team).  Coach Hoerner Twitter, Tech Softball Twitter, Tech Softball Facebook. 

  • 00:30

    Episode 25: Interview with AutoStraddle Writer Madeline Taterka

    in Self Help

    About this episode: A friend of mine shared a blog post on my facebook a few weeks ago that really pulled me in. It was titled, "This is a Dead Mom Essay," written by Maddie Taterka, a freelance writer and contributing editor to Autostraddle, an intelligent, hilarious & provocative voice and a progressively feminist online community for a new generation of kickass lesbian, bisexual & otherwise inclined ladies (and their friends).


    In this article, I learned that Maddie lost her mom to cancer when she was 16 and immediately connected with her story, as I've lost both my parents to cancer and losing my dad when I was 22 really flipped my world upside down. Also, being a queer woman adds a entirely different spin to loss (in my opinion). I was really interested to get to know Maddie and her story a little bit more, so when she said yes to being open to an interview, I was ecstatic!


    About this show: I lost both parents to cancer at 22 and 27. Let’s talk about stuff that’s hard, ways you can move forward in your life and how to get back to a happier place. My intention is to connect those of us who have lost our mothers, our fathers or both parents, at any age, through the arts, life experiments, looking inward and turning pain into something positive.


    Contact me: http://losingyourparents.org/contact

  • 01:07

    Maddie Wilson Revisited!

    in Military

    Join us this week as we welcome back to our show county/pop singer songwriter Maddie Wilson. Hailing from Provo, Utah, Maddie is a brilliant up and coming artist who loves music that makes people feel good. Beautiful music flows out of Maddie's soul, it always has. She has a soulful country singing style which is uniquely her own. During our show with Maddie, we will be featuring her first EP titled "Maddie Wilson" released in early 2012, which will take you on a ride of summer fun, stupid boys, young love, tragedy, and rodeo girls. The EP includes five original songs written by Maddie and co-writer Stuart Maxfield of Fictionist. Maddie is the main writer on all of the songs and was blessed to find a wonderfully talented collaborator in Stuart. We will catch up with all the other latest with Maddie, find out about her upcoming schedule, get a behind the scenes look at her music, and ask her to share her efforts to support the troops. Please be sure to visit Maddie Wilson at http://www.maddiewilsonmusic.com/ and spread the word. If you would like to participate in the live chat during the show, you must sign up on the show site first and then log in during the show. More great music for a really great cause! And as always we will give shout outs to our deployed military listeners. This is sure to be a terrific show so be sure to join us, Sunday February 19th 2012 at 4:00 PM EST! Our message to the troops....WE do what we do, because YOU do what you do.

  • 00:17

    extra show because i love you guys :)

    in Radio

    now that i am done with the serious stuff lets get crazy.. last show for 15 days but i will still be able to talk to you guys because you can go check out my facebook page Magic Maddie radio. and message meand i will answer any of your questions. :)


     

  • 00:14

    Jayhawk Invitational Preview Kansas

    in Sports

    #169: Megan Smith, Head Coach, Kansas Softball, visits TCRS to discuss upcoming games against Northern Colorado, Idaho State and Nebraska-Omaha at this weekend's Jayhawk Invitational.  During the 2014 season, Smith guided the Jayhawks back to the postseason with Kansas’ first appearance in the NCAA Tournament since 2006. KU opened the Columbia Regional with a 3-1 upset over No. 19 Nebraska, which marked the second victory over a ranked opponent in 2014. The first win over a nationally-ranked foe was a 7-5 win over No. 8 Kentucky. The wins extended KU’s streak to five-straight seasons under Smith where the Jayhawks have defeated an opponent in the Top 25 polls. Kansas concluded its fifth season under Smith with a 34-23 record, which marked the fourth-straight 30-win season for the Jayhawks in the Smith era.


    Kansas garnered several honors at the conclusion of the 2014 season. Sophomore shortstop Chaley Brickey was selected to the All-Big 12 Second Team for the second-straight year and was named to the National Fastpitch Coaches Association (NFCA) All-Region First Team, while junior first baseman Maddie Stein was named to the Big 12 All-Defensive Team. Five Jayhawks earned Academic All-Big 12 honors in 2014 including senior Alex Jones, who earned her third first-team honor, while Stein collected her second first-team honor. Junior Chanin Naudin earned academic honors from the Big 12 for the second-straight year. Junior Alicia Pille and senior Nikki Bruce earned their first career Big 12 academic accolades. Jayhawks Twitter, Jayhawks Facebook.

  • 01:17

    Secrets of Safety-Net Parenting-The Girl Who Gave Her Wish Away

    in Business

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    The Children’s Wish Foundation approached lovely thirteen-year old Maddison Babineau just after she received her cancer diagnosis. “You can have anything,” they told her, “a Disney cruise? The chance to meet your favorite movie star? A five thousand dollar shopping spree?”


    Maddie knew exactly what she wanted. She had recently been moved to tears after watching a television program about the plight of orphaned children in an African village. Maddie’s wish? To ease the suffering of these children half-way across the world. Despite the ravishing cancer, she became an indefatigable fundraiser for “her children.”Parenting styles can be very different, but one thing that parents all have in common is that they want success for their children. Parents want their children to do well in school, to succeed on the field or the stage, to find loyal friends, to go to college, to find an exciting career, to make a big salary, to own their own home, to find the partner of their dreams, and to raise an amazing family of their own. Parents want success for their children.


     

  • The Urban Woman Radio: Brand New Year

    in Moms and Family

    Welcome to a Brand New Year of the Urban Woman Radio on BlogTalkRadio. We have alot of things to discuss. Did you see the movie Selma ? I had the pleasure of attending a Press Screening as well as Q&A Session with the Producers and Stars of the Movie.  Selma is a powerful movie that is very timely to what is happening now in both Ferguson and NYC. 


    Selma won a Golden Globe for Best Original Song "Glory". Common gave a powerful speech about how Selma changed his views. I think Selma should have won more awards. David Oyelowo was nominated for a Golden Globe but did not win.  I think that is a real injustice. But I am not surprised. David also did very well in The Butler. He has a very unique personality. David is not a Jamie Foxx or a Denzel Washington. I am so happy that Oprah recognizes his talent and genuine spirit.  He is unlike anything we have ever seen.


    I think Ava Devurnay should have won for Best Director. She is the first African American Woman to be nominated for such an honor. Parts of the movie reminded me of Malcolm X. Ava made us explore parts of the character of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr that we had not looked into before. He was much more than "I Have A Dream.." Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was not without flaws. The movie implied that he was not faithful to Coretta or "Corey" as he lovingly referrred to her. I  never stopped to think about his jealousy of Malcolm X.  Ava did an outstanding job.


    No show would be complete without mentioning Dance Moms. We are in Season 5. Three of the original dancers are gone. Nia will most likely become the newest scapegoat. In order to keep the show relevant and full of controversy, Abby Lee Miller is allowing Maddie to participate in Music Videos that will lead to many discussions. First it was Chandelier and now its Elastic which co stars Shia Lebouf.