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Tonight's Feature Presentation; My Life In A Nutshell
Author Tanya J Peterson
Host Lady Selah SuJuris
A brilliant and talented man crippled by extreme anxiety and panic attacks, Brian has carefully crafted his world so that his interactions are severely limited. But life has a way of throwing it's own unexpected twist ans turns and his turns out to be a Abigail a 7 year old girl who has come into his life after being shifted from foster home to foster home....Can they learn from one another?
Join us for this compelling Novel Preview.
Join CJ and Carlos as they dissect the NYJ's draft plus give you all of the moves in a nutshell that took place over the weekend. Who have the NYJ selected with the No.6 pick? Where did Oregon's Marcus Mariota go? And of course, another trip down NYJ memory lane with our "Jets Time Capsule" segment. Call in and be a part of the show- 917.889.7042 as you, THE FAN, always have an opportunity to have your voice be heard!
Join Dr. Culbreth and guest, Dr. Shandra Terrell-Williams for Grant Writing in a Nutshell and listen as Dr. Culbreth talks about A Reality Check in Baltimore: Indeed It Takes A Village.
Grant Writing in a Nutshell with Guest, Dr. Shandra Terrell-Williams, Executive Consultant and Grant Writing Expert. Learn about Dr. Terrell-Williams’ affordable course on Grant Writing and her LinkedIn group Emerging Grant Writers.
Call in to ask questions, comment or share by dialing 914-338-1308.
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The Reality of Baltimore: Indeed It Takes A Village
Indeed It Takes A Village
The Problems and the People
The City, Community and the Clergy
Less Talk More Action
The Change Needed
Hey hey y'all! It's our first 2015 show on The Quirky World of Mama Char and boy is it a doozie! Our theme for tonight's show is "You can have and do whatever you want" and I have just the guests to prove this statement is TRUE!
Our speaking guest tonight is Shalini Joshi Yamdagni, an International Physical and Emotional Pain Relief Expert. She is also the co-author of the #1bestselling and award winning book Pebbles in the Pond-Wave 3. She is going to share her story of how she beat a dilbilitating disease and chronic pain defying the doctor's prognosis of bed rest for the rest of her life! She has a gift for the listeners that will rock your world so y'all do NOT want to miss this show! You can find Shalini on her website eftthailand.com.
Our musical guest is Kendall Triplett sharing his song "You Can Do Anything"! Baby boy has a great groove with a FANTASTIC message. You can find Kendall on artistecard.com/KendallTriplett and on all social media @kendalltriplett and snag his music on iTunes and Reverbnation.
Join us at 6pmPST/8pmCST/9pmEST and be blessed beyond belief!
Of course, y'all can always find me at mamachar.com and on all Social Media @MamaCharBlessed. And just for my listeners, for a FREE Angel Card Reading message me on my facebook page Hear From Angels.
Join Charlie Checkers as she interviews Tanya J. Peterson Author of Losing Elizabeth on her winning the Most Distingushed Marble Book Award.
See why so many are saying this book needs to be required reading in school!
Why did this book and Author recieve this Honor?
Reviews and Comments about the success of Losing Elizabeth
Guest Tanya J Peterson
Author of My Life In A Nutshell and Leave of Absence
Host Charlie Checkers
Paperback: 154 pages
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (April 25, 2012)
Product Dimensions: 5 x 0.4 x 8 inches
Pre-Teen, Teen, Young Adult, Adult, Relationships
This is the overview of our eTribe series.
In a nutshell, eTribe Marketing is about building an online group of passionate people that will buy from you again and again.
That breaks down into four areas that your're going to learn throughout this series.
There is Passion, Targeting, Engaging in Pre-Sell and last Selling.
Be sure to join us and listen to the entire series to learn how to leverage your eTribe.
in Self Help
Is there a secret recipe for success?
Host Cloris Kylie welcomes TV personality Ryan Kristafer to “Magnificent Time.” The Co-Host of CT Style, a lifestyle television program, and sought-after emcee, Ryan will share his wisdom on how to achieve success in our career.
“I am a CT guy. I grew up in Cromwell (still there actually) and graduated from Central Connecticut State University. I joined the CT Style family as Teresa Dufour’s co-host in January, 2015. Besides filling her coffee every morning, I also emcee exciting events across the country. It’s been fun giving away over $1 Million on-stage at Mohegan Sun Casino throughout the years, and having a nationally-syndicated feature, “Man In The Stands” on NBC Sports Radio.
In a nutshell… your grandma would love me.”
Email Ryan or follow him on Twitter @ryankristafer.
Connect with Cloris here: http://www.cloriskylie.com/
My name is Lori Purdy Faitel and I am your host for The Science of Happiness. I will be joined tonight with Tonia Wittkower my ongoing co-host. I am a Traumatic Brain Injury Survivor. I was in a car accident back in 1986, I was almost 25 years old. I was in what now is seen as a mild coma for 7 days, then for about 6 years I attended therapy and did a lot of self study before I began to feel like a regular person in society.Today I am a Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant/ COTA and I have worked in Metro Detroit Since 1992. I went to college for OT with one thing in mind and that was to work with the brain injured. Since 2011 I have been blessed to do so.My guest host Tonya Wittkower is also a survivor from the 1980’s Our guest,Debra Osborne says she called in to an earlier show, perhaps few years ago. Debra says: “On that first podcast when I broke down I realized I was unable to help anyone until I got some help myself. I read a good book called: An Untethered Soul by Michael Singer. On the website for this book I met a special man his name is Joe (he will join the radio show), and we became each others biggest cheerleaders.In a nutshell, I talked and listened.Started working out lost weight.Uncluttered, got rid of heavy burdens.Started getting into Church. Changed my relationships. I no longer put up with negative people. I Moved on..got fresh start.
The University of California will require incoming students to be screened for tuberculosis and vaccinated for measles, mumps, rubella, chicken pox, meningococcus, tetanus and whooping cough, under a plan set to take effect in 2017.
Currently, the UC system only requires students to be vaccinated against hepatitis B, though several campuses have additional requirements.
The plan — designed to help protect the health of students and campus communities — has been in the works for a year. But the need is more pressing than ever, given the current multistate measles outbreak and the re-emergence of other vaccine-preventable diseases among those not completely immunized.
As you know, health authorities around the globe fiercely maintain that vaccines are safe, regardless of what’s happening in the real world. Time and again, serious side effects from vaccines are overlooked and swept under the rug as being “coincidental.”
But just how many coincidences does it take before a pattern emerges, and how long do you stare at the pattern before you acknowledge that it’s there?
It’s all very convenient to ascribe all vaccine reactions to sheer chance; brushing them aside with comments like, “they would have gotten ill anyway due to predisposition.”However, once you take the time to truly investigate the information we already have at our disposal, in the form of medical studies and disease statistics, it’s quite clear that a pattern is staring us right in the face. In a nutshell, this pattern could be summarized by saying that vaccines generally reduce health and worsen health outcomes…..DR. MERCOLA.Barbara Boxer has proposed a bill on the Federal level to force vaccinate all children in the Federally funded HEAD START programs.
TINA ALDATZ, Entrepreneur and CEO, made her mark on the world as a self-starting entrepreneur and founder of Foot Petals, the revolutionary line of designer insole cushions for women’s high heels. Listen as she shares her story, challenges, victories and secrets to success. In a nutshell...Tina grew up in a domestically violent home, I was a child of drug and alcohol addiction, we lived in a shelter for battered women and I was a pediatric burn survivor. Tina created Foot Petals to help fill a gap in the market for women’s high-heeled foot support. Through her strength and tenacity, Foot Petals became a wildly successful multi-million dollar company that was recognized by Inc. 500 as one of the“500 fastest growing companies in America”. Tina has also been featured in Forbes Magazine as an “entrepreneur to watch” and was honored to become the 2011 National Latina Business Women Association’s (NLBWA) “Business Woman of the Year”.
Sty tuned for hr upcoming book entitled "From Stilettos to the Stock Exchange".
For more info visit www.TinaAldatz.com
I want to record the crux of my transition or mind shift by sharing with you the four part series on my epiphany about makeup that I wrote in my blog at www.freedomprinciplesincorporated.wordpress.com .In so doing I hope to clear out some cobwebs in my psyche and let go of anchors that keep me weighed down with the cares of the world. It began with the awareness that a woman presents her best self to bear testimony of the fact that this world is not who or what we truly are and that there is mystery, joy, and delight in what is real and our true inheritance. That witness led me on a self exploratory experience that allowed me to put in to words the concepts that had changed the way I view the world culminating near the end of the year 2014. I expect to learn just as much if not more by sharing this with you here. God bless us one and all. ~Namaste~
What is Gluten, and Why is it In My Food?
Gluten is a combination of proteins found in most grains, such as wheat, barley, and rye. Gluten traps water and air in a foam as bread rises, which gives it a chewy, soft, moist texture.
Wheat is the most common source of gluten for most people. However, gluten is also used as a filler in many processed/prepackaged foods, like ketchup and salad dressing. Unless you’ve been actively trying to avoid gluten, you’ve probably been eating it almost every day. Some people think that’s a bad idea.
Why People Think Gluten Is Bad for You
Most of the arguments against gluten can be traced back to the idea that it increases intestinal permeability or gives you a “leaky gut.”(1-5) In a nutshell:
Gluten enters your small intestine.
The gluten molecules irritate and attack your epithelial cells (the ones on the inside of your small intestines).
This irritation causes your tight junctions — the space between your intestinal cells — to widen. In some cases, gluten also directly attacks your cells.
Gluten, bacteria, and undigested food particles sneak through these gaps between your cells and into your bloodstream.
Once gluten and friends enter your bloodstream, your body mounts an inflammatory response.
This inflammation spreads throughout your body, wreaking havoc on your health.