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Join us on WEDNESDAY April 16th at 7:30 pm EST for a special encore presentation of our interview with Dean Dwyer. Dean is the author of "Make Shift Happen". n addition, he is the founder of deandwyer.com and host of a podcast entitled "Make Shift Happen".
This episode is especially important if you suffer from obesity, anorexia, bulimia, bulimarexia, or binge eating disorder.
Hosted by Dr. J. Renae Norton, Clinical Psychologist and Director of The Norton Center for Eating Disorders and Obesity in Hyde Park, a suburb of Cincinnati, Ohio.
isten in to the debut episode of The Chronicles of Mrs. Make It Happen. We will be discussing an introduction of Mrs. Make It Happen, and the topics that will be discussed. E-mail me topics @ firstname.lastname@example.org Feel free to call in... Hopefully, you enjoy it!
With Spring here...it time for "NEW YOU"
Lets talk about things we can do to make a difference.
We can write through our Resolutions.
Are You Ready to Received ?
Know What you really Want!
Facing And Addressing Your FEARS..will bring you closer to your success.
You Pen Holds Your FUTURE, start writing NOW!
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The life you want is within your control. In order to get what you want in life, you have to first get the things you need most. The thing everyone needs is money. If you are not a heir to a fortune this morning, then your options to get money are simple.
You will either have to work and make and sell products or services to make money: steal money from others in a variety of ways; or find a job and earn money. The choice is yours.
Never do anything illegal nor immoral, but that said, do anything you can to reach your needs so you can get to work on getting the things you want in life. If you want to make the life you want to happen now, then go get a job. I am on call this month of May to help you get hired. Whatever the city you live in, we'll find someone hiring in your city. Start by calling businesses and ask if you can come fill out an application for X, Y, and or Z.
Carry with you a resume for the position you seek. Be prepared to talk about your job skills that match the job you seek. Your image should be of the perfect person for the job. Be energetic, and likable, but not to the point of being obnoxious. Make the life you want happen now. Go get hired.
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When Maya Angelou offers advice, you should always listen - she can definitely help you make history happen. "You shouldn't do anything unless you have passion for it. To bring all your passion, means you dare to study how to do it well and you won't half do it," she tells Rolanda Watts on BlogTalkRadio. Maya Angelou says: "Whenever you find yourself without an answer, first stop. Just stop. Put yourself at ease. Understand that nobody knows everything all the time.
Team-work is key for anyone looking to make history happen according to TV star Tika Sumpter who stars in Tyler Perry's The Haves and the Have Nots. She tells Tim Gordon on BlogTalkRadio that everyone on the team plays their part making things a success, "The buck does not stop at us, it goes through editing, it goes through a process."
There's one way to help make history happen according to hollywood legend Forest Whitaker - talking. Last year he played the lead role in "The Butler," a movie that tackles civil rights in America. He says "I think acknowledgement and discussion are a big part of healing. From that understanding we can move to forgiveness in some way." Talking with Tim Gordon, host of Keeping It Reel on BlogTalkRadio, Forest Whitaker says "We have to remain vigilent and w
Hill Harper, star of CSI: NY, believes living in fear holds too many people back from realizing their true potential and making history happen. He tells Cathy Holloway, host of Living By Design on BlogTalkRadio, "So many of us have inherited so much fear talk, so much limiting talk, so much obstacle type talk. It inhibits us and limits us and the next thing you know you're stuck."