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Hr1 It's Tax Day! Did you know that the IRS and income tax were never LEGALLY ratified by congress?
Robert Patrick Lewis, former Green Beret-turned author, talks about special forces ops, his new book, PACT, and recent threats to our country (yes, we're under attack).
Hr2 Hillary Clinton says the deck is stacked for those 1% at the top. Isn't she one of those?
And what accomplishments can she list anyway?
She says she's going to be the champion for women's rights. Why isn't she ALREADY the champion for women's rights? You don't have to be president to do that. She should already have that track record, but she doesn't.
Hr3 Obama says Cuba doesn't fit the description of state sponsored terrorism. Tell that to the 10 who were killed yesterday In Cuba.
Do women really make less money than men? are they penalized for having a family?
Colorado bakers can refuse Christian messages but not gay weddings equality?
Politichick Ann-Marie Murrell says feminists have devalued all of womanhood into nothing more than walking vaginas and mindless, needy piles of sexual mush.
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Do you feel like you need more hours in the day? Do you get frustrated because you are not crossing items off your to-do list? Do you think it will get done better and faster if you do it yourself? Join me and Lori Krolik, More Time For You as she provides us with techniques to better manage our time.
Lori Krolik, Certified Productive Environment Specialist and Professional Organizer, is the owner of More Time For You. She primarily works with residential, home office and small business clients to create systems out of their most serious clutter challenges (whether its piles that prevent a home from functioning the way it should or paper piles that impede office productivity). Lori’s 20+ years in the organizing field has resulted in thousands of clients who are more organized and productive as a result of working with her. Her primary philosophy is that you need to be able to find what you need when you need it whether at home, at work, or on your computer. Lori became a Certified Productive Environment Specialist in 2010, is a long time member of NAPO (National Association of Professional Organizers) and founder of the Los Altos chapter of Women’s Networking Alliance.
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Join Andrea Brundage and Angela Sticca Snyder talking trash!!! The trash around disorganization and the treasures you can find. Do you know what being unorganized is costing you? Lost receipts mean missed tax deductions and higher taxes!! OH NO! Everyone's been there, the pile on the kitchen counter, the lost receipts, the horrendous closet... there's a way out and there's help. Listen to this entertaining and educational show... and the most important part is at the end where Angela gives you key points on the types of items you should be saving and organizing for your taxes!
Wus Good Fam make sure your right here every Wednesday night at 9p Est to get the latest in HipHop, Entertainment News, New Music and more .It's #Whatsthe411 with your dope hosts @DJNiaBoom and @TruthLogik. Tonight's topics include Jay-Z, TI, Wale, Kendrick Lamar, Immortal Tek, Piles, Tek Talk, French Montana and more. To listen on ya moblie phone call 323-443-7518 or log on! Shoutouts and Requests Hit us on the hotline or the chat room Lets GO!
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Robert Kiyosaki is the author of "Rich Dad/Poor Dad." It's an eye opening book about the four different ways to earn income in the American system. He says, "On the left side of the quadrant are Es and Ss. They pay the most in taxes and trade their time for money.
On the right side of the quadrant are Bs and Is. They pay the least in taxes and create or invest in assets that produce cash flow for them even when they’re sleeping.
It’s my belief that the dividing line between those who are struggling in today’s economy and those who are prospering is the line between the two sides of the CASHFLOW Quadrant.
In this downturn, it is employees and self-employed people who are struggling as jobs are scarce and the cost of living is rising. Because they have only their time to trade, and that is not in high demand, they are at a disadvantage. Additionally, the products they need in order to live like food, gas, and more are becoming more expensive.
On the other hand, those who own big businesses and who invest are becoming richer and richer. Corporations are sitting on piles of cash and investors are cherry picking the best assets at rock bottom pricing.
Many in the E and S quadrants are holding on for the economy to pick up, and if it does, they will do well as the demand for people’s time—employment—goes up. That being said, the will still pay the highest in taxes and still be under the mercy of their employers and the economy. Until then, they will struggle because they have nothing else to offer and no other way to make money. Employees and self-employed always do badly in a down economy.
Paper is one of the most pervasive types of clutter in the world today. Professional organizers are frequently called upon to help their clients dig through the piles of paper and establish systems that work. In this episode of Reclaiming Space Tracy chats with Professional Organizer Linda Diamond about the best ways to get out of paper overwhelm.
When Linda Diamond considered starting a home based business, she intuitively knew that her previous professional work experience was a perfect match for the Professional Organizing industry. Since 1977, Linda’s volunteer and career opportunities had included coordinating fundraising programs, organizing committees and meetings, motivating people to follow through on tasks, and implementing small and large scale community events. Her major responsibilities in the nonprofit world focused on strategizing problem solving solutions. In 2008, Linda decided that it was time to go back to work and so she started her own business, Captured Clutter...organizing therapy, LLC.
Linda is a proud graduate of Northwestern University. She is a member of the National Association of Professional Organizers (NAPO) and will serve on the board as Marketing Director for her local Georgia NAPO chapter starting in July of 2015.
Tracy K. Pierce is a Clutter Coach, Holistic Organizer, and the creator of the Reclaim Your Space, Reclaim Your Life Programs. She is the owner and founder of Synergy Organizing and Synergy Wellness. Her mission is to propel her clients towards the realization of their ideal lives. Tracy assists holistically-minded and motivated people who are sick and tired of their clutter reclaim space for what matters most. Learn more at www.SynergyOrganizing.com.
The most common usage of spring cleaning refers to the yearly act of cleaning a house from top to bottom in the first warm days of the year typically in spring. However it has also come to be synonymous with any kind of heavy duty cleaning or organizing enterprise. Join us as we take spring cleaning to a new level, by cleaning out our subconscious trash, emotional baggage, and of course, picking up a few things around the house.
It is amazing to me how refreshing it is to get rid of some clutter and move on. That clutter can be emotional baggage that is weighing you down. Or hanging onto regret or bad feelings towards others. You can even carry around clutter of bad habits. Not to mention the clutter of piles that stack up around your house in normal living. There is a saying that you sleep better in a clean room and you think better in a clean office. You also feel better in a clean environment.
Join us for some tools in spring cleaning your life.
Photo credits: Mister GC, photostock, and Bill Longshaw at FreeDigitalPhotos.net
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I'm pretty sure we'll never have a paperless society! Among other reasons, we like printing out articles too much!
We can take steps to become partially paperless.
In this episode, Productivity Coach, Janice Russell, discusses concrete steps to eliminate current paper piles and prevent them in the future. Strategies will be applicable to work and personal situations.
Janice also covers ways to decrease information-overwhelm often associated with the number of electronic documents we can access.
She mentions a blog post titled Organize Your Paper Deletion which lists documents that must be kept for a specific link of time versus forever.
You can out more about Janice's productivity services at Minding Your Matters.com. You will find her on the following social media venues: Twitter, YouTube, LinkedIn, Google+, Facebook, and Pinterest.
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Does junk mail pile up because you need to remove your address before you toss it in the trash? Do you dread doing anything online for fear that someone will steal your identity? Join me and my guest Tanya R. Norwood to learn ways to protect yourself and your family from identity theft.
Tanya R, Norwood has been passionately helping people for over 14 years protect themselves, their family, and their business with legal and identity protection.
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Are you still holding onto trinkets from past relationships? Are you living with piles and clutter yet long to share your life with someone special? Join me and returning guest expert Ann Bingley Gallops, Feng Shui expert as she provides tips to clear out the clutter to make room from love.
Ann Bingley Gallops, owner of Open Spaces Feng Shui in Brooklyn NY, is a Feng Shui consultant, blogger, author and speaker who helps you attract abundance, get unstuck, and create a space where you can blossom and thrive.
Ann started using Feng Shui successfully for herself when she went through a major life transition almost 20 years ago; now she loves to work with people who are excited about changing their own lives for the better.
Ann writes a popular blog about Feng Shui and has appeared as a Feng Shui expert on HGTV’s “Selling New York.” She is the author of two Feng Shui e-books that are available exclusively on her website: “Map Your Space To Change Your Life: A Guide To The Feng Shui Bagua”, and “Follow Your Path To Love and Romance: Feng Shui For The Bedroom.”
Ann practices Feng Shui with an MBA from Columbia University, a Practitioner’s Certificate from the Western School of Feng Shui, and Red Ribbon Professional membership in the International Feng Shui Guild. Check out her tip-filled website at openspacesfengshui.com where you’ll also find ways to get in touch.
Tune in to The Dolly McCarthy Show Thursday, January 29th for the good word! Dolly is just a gal juggling her reporting career, 5 kids and piles of laundry! The good show starts at 9:30 a.m. Dolly chats with Walter Johnson, from Turning Pointe Autism Foundation and Chocolate expert Cathy Bouchard from Le Chocolate.
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