• 00:29

    How To Speak Gooder: Sneaky Ways Women Can Boost Their Brand With Their Voices

    in Business

    Join us today on Women Leading the Way Radio as we interview Liz Goodgold, Speaker, Author & Brand Master of REDfire Branding.


    Liz Goodgold is the author of How to Speak Gooder so YOU can boost your brand and biz. I have to let you know up front that Liz has some sneaky ways to speak gooder that works!  So Ladies, take notes.  For those men who may also have called in, take notes.


    When it comes to professional speakers, women often unconsciously undermine our authority by speaking in ways that hurt our careers and biz. When we present to a male audience, even when women are also present, whether in the Boardroom or off site, we sometimes lose our focus and direction.   


    Liz is an author, coach, consultant, and motivational “speecher” who shares how to brand out, stand out, and cash in on your business. In fact, her clients typically boost their income by at least 40% after working with her! This fiery redhead has engaged audiences at Pfizer, Warner Brothers, Abbot Labs, Qualcomm, and over 150 other companies and associations.


    Cecile Bereal is your host of Serving Up Diversity, a show designed to showcase the value of diversity and inclusion in the workplace and to examine best practices among stellar companies striving for a cohesive and diverse workforce. Cecile is currently the President/Founder of RMA Management Alliance, a human resources training, consulting and organizational management firm specializing in the “ations,” – employee relations, investigations, mediations, and facilitations.

  • 02:02

    How Can We Empower Oppressed Women To Help Themselves?

    in Women

    In some cultures, marriage means a man's ownership of a woman's body. This belief leads to culturally accepted abuse of women, often under the guise of religion, and when abuse of women becomes an accepted part of a culture, it is difficult for women to break free of a cycle of bondage. Today, two women share their work within the Muslim community that that has helped break down barriers and provide solutions for women seeking relief from domestic violence, sexual abuse and family abandonment. Sister Claudette Muhammad, author of the book Memories, shares the wisdom she acquired through her extensive life experience. Sister Khadijah Dawah discusses her work in providing homes for homeless Muslim women. 


     


     


     


     

  • 02:12

    The King Me Show: Can A Women Change A Man?

    in Radio

    It's that age-old dilemma: you've started dating a man, things are going pretty well - but you want to change some aspects of his style and personality. Is it ever possible or the right thing to do? Most men are pretty hardened creatures when it comes to their emotions. However, love is a crazy thing and it can change people in ways that you never thought possible. Do men change because the women wants them to or do they see something special in that women that drives him into changing himself? Can women be pushy and emotional when it comes to a man not changing when she wants him to change? Do some women drive men crazy to where they will give in and not really mean it?
     

  • 00:32

    Vavavida and How Jewelry Can Change The World

    in Business

    Vavavida is a line of ethically made fashion jewelry items that give back. We only retail ethically made pieces of gorgeous high-quality hand crafted artisan jewelry from all over the world. But we don’t stop there because 10% of our revenues goes to non-profit organizations such as Project Concern International where our investments go to help empower women around the globe. When you empower a woman, you empower a community.


    Vavavida was founded after a long conversation between Antoine and Dan --two of the co-founders-- seeing eye-to-eye about things that could be done in the world to enrich people’s lives. Vavavida was created to help prevent events like the tragic collapse of the Rana Plaza sweatshop from happening again. If Vavavida can be part of the conversation in proving that healthy profits don’t have to come at the expense of the mistreating of other human beings, we will have won our “Fair Fashion Coup.”


    Antoine Didienne is the president of Vavavia.com, an ethical and unique fashion and accessories retailer that focuses on empowering women, fighting poverty and creating change in the fashion industry.

  • 02:55

    How Can We Help Oppressed Women To Help Themselves?

    in Religion

    The Female Solution with Naimah Latif


    In some cultures, marriage means a man's ownershipof a women's body. This belief leads to a culturally accepted abuse of women, often under the guise of religion, and when abuse of women becomes an accepted part of the culture. It is difficult for women to break free of a cycle of bondage. Today, two women share their work within the Muslim community that has hellped break down barriers and provide solutions for women seeking relief from domestic violence, sexual abuse and family abandonment. Sister Claudette Muhammad, author of the book Memories, shares her experiences as one who has interacted with Heads of State around the world. Sister Khadija Dawah discusses her work in providing homes for homeless Muslim women.  

  • 02:08

    WOMEN UNITING FOR CHANGE

    in Education

    Join P.O.P.S. Movement Radio Networks With Wednesday's Women Uniting For Change / Where We Strive To Encourage, Strengthen And Uplift One Another ......... While Implementing The 6 Steps To Peace As Change Evolves, 6:30pm Central / 7:30pm Eastern Times....... By Dialing 7139550708

  • 00:28

    Temple Hayes & Sandie Sedgbeer, Practical Ways to Change the Way You Think

    in Self Help

    When was the last time you died?  When someone said you weren’t good enough? When you buried who you really are for fear others would disapprove? When you gave up your dream for a “real” job?


    Every day, without knowing it, we chip away at our selves by denying who we are. Traumatic life experiences, an insatiable quest for perfection, a wounded self-esteem all lead to subtle deaths of the spirit that prevent us from experiencing the miracles and magic that life has to offer.


    Join Sandie Sedgbeer and Temple Hayes, author of the book When Did You Die? 8 Steps to Stop Dying Every Day and Start Waking Up as they discuss practical ways to change the way you think and relate to the world and others, and start taking back your life.


    Temple Hayes is an internationally recognized spiritual leader at the Unity Campus, St. Petersburg, Florida. After enduring a heartbreaking childhood and traumatized youth, she turned to a new understanding of Spirit to pull her from the car wrecks of alcohol addiction and many fears, and forged a new life from the ashes of her day-by-day death.  A practicing shaman, she is a key member of the Leadership Council of the Association of Global New Thought. www.templehayes.com.


    Sandie Sedgbeer combines her love of broadcasting with her pioneering work as a consultant advising authors, teachers and speakers in the conscious community how to apply the science of resonance for personal and business success. www.sedgbeer.com


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  • 01:01

    DAMNED IF YOU DO, DAMNED IF YOU DON'T- WHY MOTHERS CAN'T WIN IN COURT

    in Current Events

    Join us as we talk with Margo Lindauer, author of "Damned if you do, damned if you don't: Why multi-court-involved battered mothers just can't win." As Lindauer states in her book, "Being a good mother is difficult. Being a good mother and a victim 1 of domestic violence 2 is even harder. The different and often competing expectations placed on battered mothers in the juvenile (child welfare), 3 civil/trial, 4 criminal, and family 5 court systems present a profound and befuddling problem. In this Article, I intend to identify the difficulty and uniqueness of being both a mother 6 and a victim of domestic violence, investigate the tension and conflict among different judicial systems, and proffer some suggestions for reform."


     


     

  • 00:30

    women

    in Women

    We are back! In ths show we talk about the importance of creating a relationship with one's own sexuality and how that relates to sprituality. We'll talk about how sexuality is different after menopause, the importance of self pleasuring, sensuality and opening up to your sexuality as it exists now! We'll also share some things that you can do to find your sexuality again after menopause and establish a sexual relationship with yourself.

  • 00:44

    A Talk about how we can control...

    in Music

    Real Soul Music Talk Radio presents a great talk about how we can take control of our own destiny.  Host DJ Jano G and Mr. TIm Poetic and crew will expound upon this particuliar topic and give the some facts on the subject.  We will discuss what steps of measure can we use to take control over our situation in america.  Do we need our own protection, do we need our own religion, do we need our own schools, do we need our own political structure and etc.  Please join the movement and we do not judge anyone.  

  • 01:00

    How Could this Happen? Change MoCo Investigates Child Sex Abuse in MCPS!

    in News

    Ryan Miner, host of A Miner Detail, will investigate the more than 20 reported incidents of child sex abuse or exploitation in the Montgomery County Public Schools since 2011.


    Ryan will host several guests on the show to discuss how sexual predators were allowed in the Montgomery County Public Schools and how the background check process failed to protect children from predators in the school system. Ryan has invited parents, teachers and community leaders  to offer policy alternatives to fix the system in place. 


    This show will focus on how to prevent future incidents from happening in the future and how to work with local school officials, and law enforcement to protect children in Montgomery County Public Schools.


    From the WUSA9 Report: 


    "John Epps Junior was a contract employee for MCPS who did work in 58 schools. Ironically, the security camera technician was caught on surveillance video grabbing the behind of a 12 year-old Baker Middle School student. He's alleged to have done the same to a Damascus High School student. Court documents show Epps had a criminal history of groping women in public, of which the school system was unaware. He will go to trial in March for those school groping incidents." 


    Please call in to the show to join the conversation. Join Ryan Miner, host of A Miner Detail as brought to you by Change Montgomery County, on Wednesday, March 4, 2015 at 9:00 p.m.


    *Editor's note: We will approach this conversation with an extra degree of delicacy and sensitivity considering the content and materials. 

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