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Polow Don is a brilliant man with drive, commitment, and determation. Polow has turned his negative situation around to one non-stopping positive. He released his debut book Cutthroat in November then launched his company Rich Behavior Promotions in December. There is no stopping this man sit back and watch him as he takes us for one incredible ride. #Facts!
What do we find in the Holy Book about this subject. Radical behavior and attitude.
I want to reflect on two ok three heros in the Bible. Esther is one and the other two are King David and Peter the apostle.
In the book of Esther she knew her identity, she knew God, she accepted the steps ordered by God and became Queen. Now listen well....The thiefs in this world wants you to know that God is not mentioned in the book of Esther. I want you to know two things, His essence is well represented and He inspired this Book to be apart of the Holy Book. She had radical behavior and attitude.
King David what a journey this man takes us through. From his youth, though the years of adolescence to manhood. So many radical behaviors, attitudes, but the one I want to focus on is the movement in the trees signaling him to move forward. Found in 2 Samuel 5:24 As soon as you hear the sound of marching in the tops of the poplar trees, move quickly, because that will mean the Lord has gone out in front of you to strike the Philistine army.
Peter the apostle in Acts 2:14-41 This man is the definition of radical behavior and attitude.
Why am I talking about all this today? It is because I want to awaken that sleeping giant in you. I want the boldness that Christ has given us to stand up and tell others of our Lord Jesus and Salvation. We share so many things but hardly ever the saving grace of our Lord.
To date, United States clings to the concept of rugged individualism- predicated upon the understanding that most people are capable of taking care of themselves and people should be left to succeed or fail on their own and the government should be limited to protection of civil liberties without a social safety net for people who are the poor, unemployed, and those who cannot work due to youth, old age, and disability. The emergence of the progressive movement held that the government should have a greater role in promoting a better life for all of its citizens.
The US has not followed other developed democracies in the establishment of a comprehensive model for assuring its citizens' well being because the United States has enjoyed a period of unprecedented economic growth due to its being the sole industrialized country on the planet whose productive capacity has never been destroyed by enemy nations; however, with the rise of growing income inequality and mounting public debt, there is renewed debate over the role of government in modern society. Social models in place have failed when addressing problems localized in low socioeconomic and ethnically dense populated areas and it is time that those experiencing domestic and family violence must develop social models and paradigns that are effective in modifying behavior,cultural beliefs and overcoming fears that inadvertently support aggressive aberrant behaviors.Non-profit organizations who are having amazing success in changing the behavior and mindset of persons living in low socioeconomic areas utilize the concept of family-style approach model, but create a “family” for the victims by involving the community in spiritual and socially engaging activities.
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On this episode of Eating for Meaning, Dr. Millie will have some help in the hot seat with guest host, Health Coach and radio Host Rea Wilke on behavior change and modification. Coach Rea is the founder, CEO, President at YOUR LIFE NOW LLC, a professional coaching and training company.
This show will help you understand what it takes to change your behavior. Start acting like you want to. We are all bombarded with nutritional information but don't necessarily know how to make the changes in order to incorporate them into our lifestyle. We might know what we have to do but can't get around to doing it. Eating for Meaning is a year long nutrition program dedicated to helping you achieve your health goals by changing your relationship to food.
Coach Rea and Dr. Millie will discuss our own belief systems, coaching tips, relationships with food and our health in general.
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