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Skin and Beauty are at the tops of the list for women! And who better to tell us the latest in facial make up trends than R'CHELLE MULLINS of CREATIVELY YOURS BY RO.
R'Chelle is an online beauty blogger and fashionista whose beauty obsession has grown since its launch in 2010. R'Chelle aka RO believes that everyone possess beauty and she gives you the tips, tools, and techniques to enhance it.
Kalli Sommerville is one of the top Stella & Dot representatives in the area and shares her success with this home based jewelry and the trends in the accessories line.
How long is too long -- or not long enough -- when it comes to a soap character mourning their beloved partner, ala GENERAL HOSPITAL's Patrick and Sam? How important is it for a character's morality to either track or, at the very least, make sense (ala Brady finding God on DAYS OF OUR LIVES)? And how do you move a great character past a horrific mistake made by a writing regime (ala THE YOUNG & THE RESTLESS' Adam kidnapping Sharon's baby or DAYS' Sami shooting EJ in the head?) This will be our kicking off point tonight as host Richard M. Simms, executive editor of Soaps In Depth magazine, takes your calls on these and other topics. Rememer, as always, where the conversation goes is up to you! Got something you want to contribute or an entirely different topic you'd like to discuss? Call in!
Angela Trusty author and creator of "Ask Angela", the Desert News advice column for young adults is here! Plus live from Uganda, Kyambadde Christina, general manager for Musana Jewelry, a company empowering Ugandan women through employment and eduacation.
This Thursday, May 23rd at 3 p.m. PDT on MetalSmith BenchTalk, we'll be going back into the archives for one of our favorite past episodes- a chat from earlier this year with David Geller, the owner of Jewelry Artisans, Inc. in Atlanta Georgia. About: David’s training started as a 10-year-old during the summers in his father’s jewelry wholesale manufacturing company. At the age of 16, David received a car for the sole purpose of coming to work after school. The family has traced their roots back 14 generations in the jewelry field, going back through New York, Odessa Russia, Spain, France and England. In 1972 David worked for Neiman Marcus when they opened up in Atlanta as a jeweler and then started Jewelry Artisans, as a trade shop in 1974. Within a few short years, the company dropped the trade accounts, dealing full time with the retail end of the business. In 1999 Jewelry Artisans performed over 8800 job envelopes doing over 1.8 million in sales, with half of that coming from the bench. Over the years, David developed a system of paying his jewelers on a commission basis, giving them the ability to make a very good living and assuring the store profits of about four times on their labor. The 300 page price book that was developed for his store has quickly become the “repair bible” for over 2000 stores across the USA, Canada, Great Britain, Australia and Guam. David speaks to state jewelers organizations, at trade shows , and has three yearly all day seminars for the complete training of jewelers on how to price repairs and custom work. For more about David, visit: http://www.jewelerprofit.com/Home.html.
Lessons learned from the tragedy in New England.
What if you could learn one thing each week that improved your overall business performance by 1% per year. That would mean that after one year you could literally improve your business by more than 50% and all it would take is to learn from the lessons you are already being taught but are probably ignoring as you race ahead to put out more fires.
This show is all about fixing that by taking two hours out of your week to share your lessons and the lessons of our other listeners so we can all learn and improve even faster. And you know what that will mean before long? That we'll all have a lot fewer and easier fires to put out!
Think of this show as a global mastermind group with expert guests, technology reviews and more that help us learn about new tools, techniques, strategies, and ways that we can both improve our businesses and our lives.
Women's quest for beauty often is the driving force behind the economy. Around the world, women are seeking ways to enhance their physical attractiveness. This opens the door to the development of international businesses, as women look overseas for new styles in hair , makeup, clothing and jewelry. One woman created a unique urban fashion look that is capturing the hearts of youth around the world. Another woman used her travels to China as a flight attendant to launch an international jewelry business. China represents the worlds largest homogenous population and many young people are imitating African American culture and style. You too create an international sensationGet ready to turn your business into an instant global success!.
Tune into Allie Theiss and her a special guest Monica Davis as the Allie Theiss Show talks about the best stones and crystals for prosperity and wealth.
Join us in the chat room or call in and have Monica pull a stone and tell you what she sees!
Monica Davis is a gemstone healer, Reiki Master, and a mom. She currently lives in Mustang Oklahoma with her daughter. She has been working with gemstones and energy since around 2005 and was always drawn to gemstones and had been collecting them for years. She got into making gemstone jewelry for herself and then family and friends for the healing benefits. When she would make the jewelry for someone it was realized that she was intuitively choosing the stones for people for their needs. Monica travels nationwide making custom jewelry and doing Reiki and stone healing sessions.
If you are interested in seeing her in person for a healing session or to get your own intuitively made jewelry contact her. She also teaches Reiki.
Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org Visit www.gemstonehealer.com
Aloha Ke Akua! The Cosmic View goes LIVE from Bali and Big Island at 3pm Hawaii time.
Featuring world-renown Jewelry Designer, Author, Speaker, & Teacher: Shankari the Alchemist ?http://www.Shankari.com? Call in if you have a question or would like to discuss a topic. To visit Shankari's Sacred Dance Mystery School Online please visit: http://ssdms.shankari.com/
This Thursday, May 9th at 3 p.m. PDT on MetalSmith BenchTalk, we'll be going back into the archives for one of our favorite past episodes- a chat from earlier this year with metalsmith, jeweler, and instructor Jack da Silva. About: Jack da Silva serves as the tenured professor and coordinator for jewelry and Metal Arts and 3D Art programs at Evergreen Valley College, San Jose. He was raised in a family of artisans and entertainers who worked in a variety of media. Jack brings a background as a third generation gravestone maker from a family business of 85 years. Jack's work is represented nationally and internationally in museum and private collections in the USA, the Victoria Albert Museum, London, England, as well as in Portugal and South Korea. He currently has five public art installations on permanent display in Ohio and California. Jack is the founder of Jack da Silva's Metal Design Studio and longtime organizer of MAKER: Metal Art Workshops and Education, an annual summer metals camp. For more info, visit: http://www.ganoksin.com/borisat/nenam/da-silva.htm.
Tonight on a dumbed down edition of the Never Daunted Radio Network, technology may be getting smarter, but a provocative new study suggests human intelligence is on the decline. In fact, it indicates that Westerners have lost 14 I.Q. points on average since the Victorian Era. Well see just how close we are to an Idiocratic future.Next, we hear the tale of a Florida high school teacher who was suspended for three days without pay for touching a female student with a banana. Maybe she should have hit back with her melons?Finally, we'll meet a 43-year-old British man who cut off his own dick in a residential street, using a kitchen knife as he performed the amputation in front of horrified onlookers. Talk about Mourning Wood.All that and more, tonight on the Never Daunted Radio Network!