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Join us for an inspiring and entertaining hour on the Empowering You Now (EYN) radio show! This week’s guest is Tammie Bailey-Fults, President of the National Association of Woman Owned Small Businesses, Inc. (NAWOSB). NAWOSB designs & implements educational workshops, programs and training sessions to help women throughout the U.S. achieve business success.
As a former Operations Manager at AT&T, Tammie’s ability to quickly diagnose and solve complex challenges helped her lead management teams that generated over $100 million annually and transformed countless employees into knowledgeable, productive team members. Join us as Tammie shares her knowledge and experience to help you grow your small business.
Empowering You Now is the perfect antidote for the mid-week BLAHS! Throughout the hour, author, entrepreneur, and life coach, Diane Ridley Roberts, imparts lessons and strategies for living an empowered lifestyle in the real world.
Twanda will tweet this week's Riddle of the Day! See if you can figure out the answer to the riddle before the EYN crew! You can submit your responses in several ways:
Sign in and post below to www.blogtalkradio.com/empoweringunow Tweet us @EmpoweringU_Now Post on our Facebook page www.facebook.com/empoweringunow Finally, Arsed will impart historical facts on our segment, “This day in history.” Join us May 15, 2013 @ 2:00 P.M. EST!
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My guest today is Kelly McNelis Senegor...And she is here to talk about a Fabulous Community Women For One. Women For One is a global community of women encouraging authenticity and inspiration. Wf1 empowers women of all ages, ethnicities and backgrounds to exchange authentic dialogue by sharing life lessons and supporting one another to create a powerful new vision for their life. We are all pioneers of our own growth and experiences. It takes courage, love, and action to evolve throughout our lives. We would love to hear from you about your journey and life lessons learned. Visit www.womenforone.com
Thank you caller for leading us into a nice thread of thought. Reminding us that whenever we are putting out any thoughts, intentional or not, we begin to actively create our experience around us. We are always creating around us but sometimes we forget and it isn't until things start catching our attention that we see it in action. Relationships, jobs, health all respond to us and our focused thinking. Where is your focus?? Look around you and you will see where you put a lot of your attention.
Today's talk is short and sweet because of confusion on my part and I talk about this as it dovetails nicely into the whole talk and brings it around nicely.
Hope you find yourself aware of your creating abilities. Til next week. Love and light friends.
What do you believe about yourself? Do you believe that you are powerful? Do you believe that you can have what you say? Do you believe that you were created to live a life that's extraordinary? If you believe the above questions, are you living an extraordinary life? We have choices and our words represents the choice we have and making. Speak life!
Jaime Poland is a 12 year veteran high school English teacher with a Master’s Degree of Arts in English and Education. She is known for her innovative teaching strategies that connect the content of lessons to lifelong learning skills for better individuals in a better society. She has conducted writing workshops for her school and has earned multiple awards for the integration of technology in her classroom. She was most recently named teacher of the month in her school district for her use of social media while teaching Powerful Peace. Her first article about education will be published in the debut edition of De Oppresso Liber, a private military industry magazine.
More info on Jaimee's use of Powerful Peace in her classroom can be found
On this episode we have two very special guests who will be joining us to talk about the wonderful Powerful You! Women's Network. Co-Founder Sue Urda and local SWFL chapter Co-Facilitator Eluise Gambino will be our guests. Powerful You! Women's Network is founded upon the belief that Women are powerful creators, passionate and compassionate leaders, and the heart and backbone of our world's businesses, homes and communities. This Network welcomes all women from all walks of life an
Regina welcomes Stacie Walker to the show. Stacie is Editor in Chief and Founder of the Woman in Leadership blog (www.womaninleadership.com). Thousands of faithful visitors come to the site for the knowledge that Stacie and her team of bloggers deliver. Stacie is known as a success-driven entrepreneur, and she adores working with professional leaders and entrepreneurs in the small business, home business, and online business industries.
Have you ever wondered why or how some women become extremely successful? What is their secret? Getting to the top doesn’t happen by chance! There are leadership qualities that the most successful and powerful women in the world possess and today Regina and her guest, Stacie Walker, will talk about these Leadership qualities that will help you be successful in your business and in life!
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If you remember the old Helen Reddy song, "I Am Woman", she talks about learning and experiencing and refusing to go back to what she was before.
She talks about gaining wisdom and being strong.
This song is the epitome of becoming an Empowered Woman.
Powerful women are not always empowered. Why? Because powerful is what someone can see on the outside. Empowered is what you feel on the inside.
Join Teresa Beeman for 30 minutes of discussion on "Powerful or Empowered - Is There a Difference?"
Be sure to visit the Center for Empowered Women for upcoming news, programs, freebies and much more.
Lawrence Chickering has worked for more than 30 years on designing and implementing reforms of government institutions and policies to empower disadvantaged people. EGG is the third policy institute he has either founded or co-founded.
Lawrence has been associated with international organizations like Freedom House, the Council on Foreign Relations, the Pacific Council for International Policy, and Search for Common Ground.Lawrence has a long-time interest in conflict resolution and his 1993 book Beyond Left and Right is perhaps the leading philosophical call for a new U.S. political debate.
He is currently working on two new books: one presenting a strategy for promoting girl's education, and a second, co-authored book on citizens and foreign policy. He is a graduate of Stanford University and the Yale Law School, and is currently a Research Fellow at the Hoover Institutions.
So, you have been dating a person for a while and it seems that combining incomes would be the best thing for both of you, but he/she doesn't want to get married. Does it make sense to combine lives, but not make it legal? Call in and tell us what you think!
Matthew Hoh is a Senior Fellow at the Center for International Policy and is the former Director of the Afghanistan Study Group, a network of foreign and public policy experts and professionals advocating for a change in US strategy in Afghanistan. A former State Department official, Matthew resigned in protest from his post in Afghanistan over US strategic policy and goals in Afghanistan in September 2009. Prior to his assignment in Afghanistan, Matthew served in Iraq; first in 2004-5 in Salah ad Din Province with a State Department reconstruction and governance team and then in 2006-7 in Anbar Province as a Marine Corps company commander. When not deployed, Matthew worked on Afghanistan and Iraq policy and operations issues at the Pentagon and State Department from 2002-8. Matthew’s writings have appeared in the Atlanta Journal Constitution, Defense News, the Guardian, the Huffington Post, USA Today, the Wall Street Journal and the Washington Post. The Council on Foreign Relations has cited Matthew’s resignation letter from his post in Afghanistan as an Essential Document. In 2010 Matthew was named the Ridenhour Prize Recipient for Truth Telling. Matthew is a member of the Board of Directors for Council for a Livable World and is the Executive Director of the Project High Hopes Veterans Speech Therapy Program.
Lifestyle Coach Cathi Curen began her journal practice in 1983. Writing she says, helps us to uncover our belief systems as we continue to learn who we are and what we are becoming. Cathi suggests that when we write what we feel is wrong, we can take more responsibility for ourselves and learn to stop living the fables we have often been told, or that we’ve created for ourselves.
As you may already know, these stories are played out in our relationships. Similarly, when we discover we are in relationships that are irreparable, it is natural to want to break up. On the other hand, good relationships require a time commitment to get to know and understand one other. Yet, the most important relationship we will ever have is often neglected – the one with ourself. Journaling creates the time and space for us to have a deep conversation with our unconscious and to develop a healthy sense of self that radiates out to all of our other relationships, most importantly, those with our children. Journaling is a great way to rediscover our “true self” and can lead us to profound clarity and personal insights.
In this segment of “Liberating Inner Beauty Revolution” find out how you can break up with your old self to let your true self “break free”. Cathi will share how and why she believes the process of putting pen to paper can literally change our lives, as she shares her own evolutionary process through a regular journal practice.
Join us as we discuss how to write new life chapters for a healthy sense of inner beauty that will clearly radiate out!