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Hi Ladies Let's Talk is now Ladies Let's Talk Business.
Most of our episodes are on business and it only seemed natural to add Business to the mix. Don't worry we are still going to talk about our beloved topics at least once a month (Family, Life Skills Wellness).
There is a lot of business going on right now so let's get to it already. Entrepreneurs are you growing? Do you need a little help? Today's show is on having a virtual assistant. Brenda Solano is going to share what you need and why.
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About your host: Jeanna Brown New books coming out join us for the launch party.
Quote from the movie Moneyball, Scout: "We're all told at some point in time that we can no longer play the children's game, we just don't...we don't know when that's gonna be. Some of us are told at eighteen, some of us are told at forty, but we're all told."
If you look to continue your dream the Winnipeg Blue Bombers are holding tryouts and take very seriously the use of these one day camps. Assistant GM & Director of Player Personnel Ted Goveia finds these as a rich source of scouting and adding players to his roster. With the NFL Draft a few weeks away not all players will make it, leaving the door open to play professional football in Canada in the CFL.
Goveia joins the College2Pro.com Players Platform Show, to discuss the opportunities the are few and far between at this juncture for many players leaving college or still looking to play the game of football.
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Living a sheltered, middle class life as an only child in the city of Compton, D’Lita had no idea how things would drastically change when she became a child victim of sexual exploitation. For 15 years, the hardships of being a single mom kept her in the life but she finally walked away, and checked into community college became a legal assistant, and her journey to success began. D’Lita’s daughter became a victim of human trafficking, and it was then that she drew a line in the sand and refused to be merely reactive, but proactive. Determined to make sure this never happened again, she founded the organization FAST (Families Against Sex Trafficking) where she fills every role from Executive Director to Admin to Case Manager and Public Speaker. Ms. Miller has worked with agencies such as Saving Innocence, Runaway Girl, The Mary Magdalene Project, California Against Slavery, and several others.
D’Lita has personally assisted in helping over a hundred women to exit the life and has trained thousands of community members, law enforcement officers and youth. D’Lita has recently partnered with Gems Uncovered dba Forgotten Children Inc. to provide a 12-Week Diversion Program for women involved in sexual exploitation. Ms. Miller is featured on the new A&E show “8 Minutes”, which is a show focused on sexual exploitation. D’Lita’s goal is to use her expertise, experience, and courage to help women who feel trapped to realize that they too can have a bright future, if they just take the first step.
This week it's the Florida Law Girl LIVE covering all the HOT TOPICS when it comes to our world even international law!! this Tuesday Night at 8pmCST & make sure you call in 917-889-8224!
FlLawGirl is a licensed attorney in Florida since 2001. She works in the areas of corporate law, focusing on Trademarks, Intellectual Property and Domain Law.
After law school, she traveled to Caracas, Venezuela studying Latin American Legal Systems and International Law. She has worked for South Florida companies such as Sensormatic Electronics, Tyco International and Corporate Creations, specializing in licensing and corporate regulations. She has also worked in local government in South Florida as an Assistant City Attorney.
FlLawGirl is active in social issues concerning basic human rights. She has been on numerous boards of non-profit organizations in Florida and Arkansas that promote justice for the LBGT community. She is an active member of the Human Rights Campaign seeking equal treatment and fighting discrimination of the LBGT community throughout the U.S.
Most recently she has been active in defeating the proposed RFRA in the Arkansas legislature which would have given the right to freely and openly refuse service and promote hate and discrimination to the LBGT community in Arkansas.
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Curtis L. Crisler was born and raised in Gary, Indiana. He received a BA in English, with a minor in Theatre, from Indiana University Purdue University, and received his MFA from Southern Illinois University Carbondale. His books are Pulling Scabs (Willow Books; nominated for a Pushcart), Tough Boy Sonatas (Wordsong) and Dreamist, a YA mixed-genre novel (Aquarius Press). He edited the nonfiction book,Leaving Me Behind: Writing a new me, and his Spill won the 2008 Keyhole Chapbook Award from Keyhole Press. He is an Associate Professor of English at (IPFW), and the recipient of fellowships from Cave Canem, Soul Mountain, guest resident at Hamline University, the recipient of the Sterling Plumpp First Voices Poetry Award, an Indiana Arts Commission Grant, the Eric Hoffer Award, and nominated for the Eliot Rosewater Award.
His forthcoming collection of poetry is "This" Ameri-can-ah (2015, Cherry Castle Publishing).
Pastor Jimmie Gooden is a 1987 graduate of John F. Kennedy High School of New Orleans. Jimmie received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Business Management and Computer Science from Dillard University of New Orleans in 1991, and he received his Master of Arts in Religion from Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary and Graduate School of Lynchburg, VA. in 2011. Jimmie is currently pursuing a Master of Divinity in Professional Ministries from Liberty. He is a member of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity Inc. and the historic Original Illinois Club where he currently serves as Chaplain. Jimmie answered the call from God and founded Purpose Life Christian Fellowship of Destrehan, LA in June of 2012. He realized that so many people wake up each day with no purpose, and that God has a special assignment for him to spread the word of God to help those who are lost by putting them on the path to living a purpose life in Jesus Christ. He was licensed to preach in June of 2007 and ordained by Providence Baptist Church #1 and the Central Union Missionary Baptist Association (CUMBA) on February 10, 2012. He served as the Assistant Youth Director for CUMBA.He continues his work as a successful commercial contractor, but understands that there is nothing greater to build than the kingdom of God. Jimmie is also very active in his community serving as a youth football and basketball head coach in Destrehan, LA where he currently resides.
A Philadelphia native with a B.F.A. from the University of Pennsylvania, Betsy worked as an account executive for several Philadelphia radio stations and as a commercial print model, appearing in television commercials in Philadelphia and New York. After moving to California, Betsy struggled and nearly became homeless. After she recognized her tendency to blame everyone else for her problems and decided to become accountable, she began to recover. For the next eighteen years, Betsy worked as an Executive Assistant to an entertainment executive in the film industry. She retired in 2005 and is now writing full time.
Betsy has a passion for communicating spiritual concepts. Her lessons have been about understanding how she faces herself wherever she goes. Betsy finally realized that each job and each person was an opportunity to know herself better, not an opportunity to blame others for her problems.
In addition to LOVEHUMAN, Betsy is the author of The WHAT HAPPENS IF I…Book –WALKING THROUGH ILLUSION, THE MIRROR THEORY, LOVEPARENT, LOVEHUMAN and, YOU ARE WHAT YOU THINK/
Two words: Peyton Manning. Two more words: HELP HIM! Last year, the Denver Broncos were in the top 5 in the NFL in shotgun formation plays. If you ask Rocket, something needs to be done about that. For starters, this team perhaps...maybe...can actually, you know, run the football. That would be a big bonus to an aging quarterback. Two years ago, this team was in the Super Bowl. A Year later, they were one & done in the postseason. Out is John Fox & in is Gary Kubiak, a former Broncos assistant now head coach. He has a good offense to work from. This offense will still be good...well, the passing game anyway. The running backs have to stay healthy & effective for this team to win another Super Bowl. For Manning, I'm certain one ring isn't enough. I also know that being eliminated in the playoffs last yeat by his former team has to be mind-numbing as well. Many coaching chages took place this offseason with just this team alone. I'm anxious to see what this offensive line will look like. They traded Manny Ramirez to Detroit during the draft & now Ryan Clady is out for the year with a torn ACL. Will Peyton Manning have good enough protection? & how much does he have left to give? Tune in Tuesday morning June 2nd @ 9:30am in another installment of The Rocket Sports Breakdown in Rocket's 32 For 32 team coverage. Rocket Nation, hop on a horse & get ready for a power trip.
Adrian Koesters holds an MFA in poetry from the Rainier Writing workshop at Pacific Lutheran University and a Ph.D. in fiction and poetry from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Her first book of poems, Many Parishes, was published by BrickHouse Books as part of their New Poets Series, and other work has appeared in Berkeley Review, The Gettysburg Review, Hotel Amerika, and elsewhere. She has been a poetry and fiction assistant editor at Prairie Schooner and fiction editor at A River and Sound Review. She taught writing at UNL and the Creighton University MFA program, and lives in Omaha, Nebraska. Web URL: www.adriankoesters.com
Koesters' Many Parishes is an original. The poems seem to smack the hard-ass contemporary world up against a deep spiritual sense, until we see they're one and the same. Adrian Koesters is able to write of men calling out to a ten-year old ''spinster'' to ''come on down, sweetheart, I got something over here to show you,'' and allow us to feel in her small, frightened heart the identical anguish of soul as in the nun who's ''divided from the principalities and goes in terror of them.'' These poems, like the nuns, ''take things personally.'' They're lyrical confessions of the deepest griefs--abuse, divorce, doubt, and loneliness. They provide absolution, and positively joy, in their skillful and lucid singing. --Fleda Brown, author of No Need of Sympathy
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