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Today on "It's My House" we shall be speaking with Lin Hart the author of :
"Reginald F. Lewis Before TLC Beatrice: The Young Man Before The Billion-Dollar Empire"
For those of you who have not heard of Reginald F. Lewis, he was the first Afrian American to purchse, own, and operate a company that was worth at least $1,000,000,000.00 !
Author Lin Hart knew Mr. Lewis long before he became successful on the corporate level.
Make sure that you have pen and paper ready to take notes during this podcast and feel free to call in and ask Lin Hart about his book.
"In The Know with Sallie O. Elkordy" of AWAKE New York
Guest Karri Lewis of AWAKE California
Legal Expert Burt Freeman's on the Uniform Declaratory Judgements Act ~ 1922
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Craig Lewis, the author of 'Better Days - A Mental Health Recovery Workbook' is fighting a battle, much like we all are. Life can present impossible situations at times that can make our lives unmanageable. We can be beaten down to such a degree that we have trouble with our basic functioning. Craig knows this well as this has been a struggle that he has been battling through for months on end. Sometimes, no matter what we do, even if we do all the right things, we must still face head on, some of the worst of times and disruptions to our lives, that can make it nearly impossible for us to be happy, healthy and satisfied with our lives. Craig knows that we are all fighters, at least somewhere deep inside, and that fighting for our lives, for our happiness and for our peace, is a difficult and painful thing to do. The challenges that we, at times, must face, can feel and appear to be impossible to manage and, as a result, we may feel that our lives have become absolutely unbearable and that there is no way that we could ever know peace and happiness again. Craig knows this personally and he is currently living and battling through, some of the worst of times, and he is here to to talk about coping skills, perspectives, and how we get past those seemingly impossible obstacles and move forward with reclaiming, embracing and/or creating, a happier, healthier and more satisfying life. Everyone is important and everyone deserves to be respected and treated with dignity and to be heard. When we know that we are not alone, and that others can relate to our struggles, and when we know that there are people fighting back, all around the world, right this very minute, and that we are not alone; perhaps we too can find ways to overcome and to move forward, blasting through,never stopping, never quitting and never giving in.
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Today on "It's My House" we shall continue to explore the impact of Reginald F. Lewis; what we can learn from him and apply his principles for success. Here are some of the topics that we shall discuss so that we can better understand the impact that he had on the world:
Generational Job Creation.
"Funded" Social Capital
"Funded" Political Capital
The Power Of Corporation & Family Trust
Hopefully these topics helps us all understand Reginald F. Lewis and provide of with a working LIVING model on how to achieve success. We shall include a quick study of Aliko Dangote and Isabel Dos Santos in our discussion as well.
Book Discussion, Blog Talk Radio and your host Fran Lewis would like to welcome author Harvey Stelman. Eyes of Emerald is the title of his book that is about a young woman becoming the first of her generation to graduate from High School in the new land. The time was the 1930's, and the place New York City. These were not the best of economic times, but everyone has dreams and so did Esther Rothstein. As the narrator of this wonderful heartfelt and true story begins retelling a story told to him by his father many times. Meet this great author and find out more about the history of this book, the story behind it and ask questions in the chat room at 10 Eastern on February 5th. Fran Lewis author of the Bertha Series, Faces Behind the Stones series and editor and creator of MJ Magazine.
Today I will be interviewing Lewis & the Fireflies!! A beautiful, young couple who have been on the road since August 2014 with their veg oil bus Lewis, following their dreams of creating a sustainable community free from all fossil fuels. Tune in to see how they're doin' it!!!
Lewis and the Fireflies is a story of a couple and their adventurous bus, following their documentary journey to Guatemala. On this journey they are learning about natural building, eco-tourism, and veg-oil mechanics as they transition off using fossil fuels and work towards building a sustainable retreat centre. Their goal is to live a simpler life and share their lessons and experiences. Their dream is to inspire others to see that there are many ways to live on this Earth in a way that is healthy for both us and the planet.
Welcome New York Times best selling author: VINCENT ZANDRI: his title Moolight Weeps focuses on a man named DIck Moonlight a detective who has a bullet lodged in his brain often causing him to have difficulties focusing and concentrating. But, his current case is dealing with a brain surgeon who hired him and is in dire need of protecting his son who seems bent on drinking himself to death. Accused of raping a young girl Moolight tries to defend this young man but he has little or no saving graces. Moonlight seems to be the only one that is trying to keep the kid out of jail because his father is too busy indulging himself and his son. With his unwilling assisttant, an Elvis impersonator that owes him money for a case, together they learn about a drug ring, deal with Russian thugs and corrupt government officials. Written with quick dialogue, fast paced and tons of humor you don't want to miss this interview. Fran Lewis your host
Now that the NFL Combine has come and gone it is time to check out some of the results...which players could be in play at the #6 pick for the New York Jets? Also Jets defensive back Keith Lewis joins us live to discuss his road to the NFL along with his views on the 2015 season. We will also answer mailbag questions as submitted by the listeners.. you can submit yours at TalkJetsRadio@gmail.com. Live at 8pm EST tune in!!
Who and what is a god? How does this relate to our individual spirituality? Is it possible to be god? Does being a god interfere or replace The Most High God creator of all? Is it blaspheme to call one's self a god?
Idolatry and self-exaltation. We will explore the mental illness of self-proclaimed Prophets, Messengers, and gods vs. what it really means. interpretations can never match up to the actual defined meanings behind the words.
Still yet we shall understand the meaning of what the scriptures mean by stating that the chosen people are above all overs on the Earth.
As a writer, editor, educator and entrepreneur, Tracey Michae’l Lewis-Giggetts offers those who hear her speak and read her work an authentic experience; an opportunity to explore the intersection of identity, faith, and purpose at the deepest level. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communication from the University of Kentucky, an M.B.A. degree in Marketing from Montclair State University in New Jersey, and an M.F.A in Creative Writing from Fairleigh-Dickinson University. She is an adjunct professor at Rosemont College, Philadelphia University and the Community College of Philadelphia.
As a writer, Tracey has published two award-winning poetry collections and is the author of four additional books, including The Integrated Church: Strategies for Multicultural Ministry (Beacon Hill) and her most recent novel, The Next Thing is Joy: The Gospel According to Vivian Grace. Additionally, Lewis’ writing has been published in local, regional, and national publications as well as online at theRoot.com, MyBrownBaby.com, xoJane.com, and more. This Louisville, KY native most recently served as the Managing Editor at CLC Publications, where she was involved in shaping the work of wonderful writers like Fred Hartley, Matt Mitchell, and others.A dynamic and compelling communicator, Lewis has spoken in national venues across the country on a number of important topics and platforms. In 2007, she served as a break-out speaker at the MINISTRYCOM conference in Nashville, TN and her dynamic presentation on Marketing to a Multi-cultural Audience still garners positive reviews today. She conducts workshops across the country and has provided keynote addresses for several non-profit organizations.
Thursday February 19, 2015, 6:30 - 7:40PM EST
It's Black History Month. A time of reflection and enlightenment on African Americans for our nation. This weeks special guests are: Dr, Eddie Taylor - Psychologist, author, educator. Dr. Taylor will join us to discuss the plight of Blacks in America with special focus on the damage African Americans are doing to themselves and what can be done about it. We will also discuss his research on this topic and his latest book (The Day the Crabs Got Out: The Revival of Black America") and how it applies to the situation regarding resolution. Also Dr. Lyn Lewis - Professor of Sociology, Author, Therapist, Sociologist. Dr. Lewis will weigh in on the current state of African Americans with the backdrop of African American History. Dr. Lewis has done extensive research on African American History and even does a re-enactment of Fannie Lou Hamer which has gotten rave reviews. You will want to catch these interviews especially if you influence Black youth or care about them!
Don't miss it!