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Ever wonder why some games have you keep coming back for more, even though you are finding yourself struggling to the point of frustration at a specific area? Do you get an adrenaline kick when you are fighting the last boss of your favorite game and it seems like the epic battle can go either way at a moment's notice? Behind every game therein lies a thin layer that keeps all games engaging ... Challenge.
This week, the GCR crew will face-off and do battle to uncover the psychology behind challenge and difficulty in games. The discussion will also include self-imposed challenges (such as, but not limited to, those filmed for individuals' YouTube or Twitch channels) as well as the wide variety of professional competitions that permeate the world of gaming today.
Lastly, the group will duke it out over what it means to introduce difficulty into games that are not of the video variety. So, make sure you've saved your game, because this is one fight you'll not want to lose. Tune in, and don't miss out!
Michael NeyohGratitude Challenge with neyohpositive.com
Michael is a professional Life Coach, with more than 25 years of experience in helping families improve their family business. He has got a Life Coach company established in Madrid, and has offices in several cities of the world, such as New Delhi, Amsterdam, and London.
He is a member of AD Valorem team,
He believes in family, and positive thinking, and his favorite self made sentence is:
“Money is in your way of thinking, and your family needs money, so…how is U thinking today?”
Michael and his team are specialized in helping families to change and improve their family business, making them more fun, profitable and enjoyable.
He has worked with Mr. Brown, and has successfully helped thousands of families to make their business more successful, as explained in his e-book “A Tribute to a Great Neyoh Man”.
He is very active in non-profit and supporting actions in India, to help poor children and improve their health and study conditions.
Tonight, I speak out on the issues in my home town of St. Louis, Missouri. I relocated to a small town in Illinois on August 26, 2014, just weeks after the murder of Mike Brown. I had to find alternate ways to show my solidarity with my City, from afar. Tonight, I share with you some of my thoughts, insights from a small country town with a very low minority, and why I will NOT be shopping over the holiday weekend. I will also share with you why as a African-American woman, it is so important for me to....
Welcome to The Triumph Challenge.
We will Overcome Spiritually, what Naturally Oppresses. With God.
After a long sabbatical, The Triumph Challenge with Author Tiffany Nicole Woods returns. Tonight, we talk about where she's been, what has been going on, and why in the name of all that is coffee, she would leave her beloved big city hometown, to live in a small, country town in the middle of no where? We will also discuss health and nutrition, and give you an inside peek at a few upcoming shows! Tune in, Join in!
Find out why The Body by Vi 90-Day Challenge is the #1 Challenge in North America and soon to be worldwide!!!! Who are we? What do we do? WHY ARE WE GROWING SO FAST?? Visit CHALLENGE.COM --Join us in fighting the #1 Worldwide epidemic plaguing the world; OBESITY!!!!!! Life, Health, and Prosperity for all!!!
The Ebola Challenge: Bringing out the Good, the Bad and the Ugly in Human Behaviour.
Actions and reactions about the outbreak of this virus around the world have been interesting, encouraging, overwhelming and sometimes shocking. Listen to Dr. Amara as she reveals the big lessons to take home.
Dr. Amara Anne Onujiogu has more than thirty years of professional experience in health care administration, including directing health care centers, nursing homes, home health agencies, and health and nursing educational programs. She also is an advocate for public health issues, international health, and family life education. Amara engages in finding solutions for problems facing families, especially those with roots in the developing world.
Amara founded a non-profit organization, Amaracares.org. Its mission is to harness the unnecessary wastes of the western world and reuse them for the benefit of starving human beings in the developing regions of the globe. She also has a consultancy that promotes better family life and creates awareness about the major triggers of family dysfunction.
Amara’s educational background is extensive and includes a Doctor of Education from Boston University; a Master’s in Public Health Administration from University of Massachusetts, Amherst; a Bachelor’s in Nursing from Boston University; and a Bachelor’s in Chemistry from Emmanuel College in Boston, MA.
Amara moved to USA from Nigeria in 1971 at a tender age of 23, at the end of the Nigerian Civil War. She and her family were held in a refugee camp for three years. Amara settled in Boston where she went to college, raised family, and worked. Follow Amara at www.amaracares.com.
LIBRARIANS..TEACHERS...ED TECH EDUCATORS.
INSIDER INSIGHTS: HOW TO WIN THE FOLLETT CHALLENGE
Britten Follett and Susan Adelman, both of Follett with some tips about past winners and a great opportunity to get great prizes for your school.
Jessi Fearon, blogger with The Budget Mama, stopped by to chat about her new challenge - The 90-Day Savings Challenge. Over the next three months she wants to help you stop using credit cards and rid yourself of the cash-back excuse by creating your own 5% savings perk! Are you looking to add a spark to your debt free journey, tune in and be inspired!
Freedom! It is imperative that we love one another as Christ Jesus' admonition states: A new commandment I give unto you, That ye love one another; as I have loved you, that ye also love one another. John 13:34 To love ourselves means to see ourselves correctly ; to gain the freedom God has given all His children. Join us as we explore our own freedom and help free others. It is Love in action.
It's so clear that the way we think directly impacts our lives. Join us as we share insights that help us understand God, change our conciousness and our concepts about who we really are.
What in the world is Project 10 and The Project 10 CHALLENGE? Why are so many seeing results? (www.results.vi.com) Losing weight, building muscle, getting that long lost ENERGY back, all while driving a FREE BMW and earning extra money!!! There has never been a better time to start YOUR JOURNEY to better health!!!! Hear from those have starting and how they have had SUCCESS with ViSalus and The Project 10 Challenge!!! I CHALLENGE YOU!!!!!
Min. Vanester Williams speaks on "Challenge Yet Another Opportunity" on the broadcast tonight. Prerecorded
Minister Williams who is an resident of Clinton, Maryland: has been married for 39 years to Deacon Rick Williams and has two adult children, one son in law, one daughter in law, and two grandchildren. She stands firm on Jeremiah 29:11 (For I know the thoughts that I think toward you, saith the Lord, thoughts of peace, and not of evil, to give you an expected end) and Philippians 1:6 (Being confident of this very thing, that He which hath begun a good work in you will perform it until the day of Jesus Christ). Says Minister Williams, “I just want to be a willing vessel that God can use for His Kingdom building.”
Accepted Jesus Christ as her Savior and Lord in 1977;
Associate Degree of Biblical Studies from National Bible College in May 2000;
Certificate in Studies in Biblical Counseling Principles from Grace Bible College & Seminary in 2002.
When Christians Speak Radio Broadcast Shows: Thursdays @ 12noon Declaring The Finished Work with Sister Pat Randall , "Friday Night Joy" With Rev Ray @7pm and Sunday Evening, "Bread of Life" with Rev. Ray @ 5 pm.
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