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After Empire U Dont Wanna Miss "Whitney Wednesday" Remembering "The Diva" Whitney Houston 2nite 9p On Shotz Magazine Radio 213.943.3472
Tune In LIVE At 9p as Shotz Magazine Remember Whitney Houston! Playing all Her Greatest Hits!! Call In and Request Your Favorite Whitney Houston Jams!! Itz Been 3yrs WE MISS U WHITNEY! Also Keep Bobbi K. and The Brown/Houston Family In Your Prayers!!
Listen to the 'real-time' concerns of some of the people I have conversations with about their money concerns. In this Q & A segment I'll answer 4 of the most frequent questions asked of me.
Pt 1- How do I deal with the pressure of not enough money?
Pt 2- How do I get 'more' money consistently?
Pt 3- Why do I feel guilty about wanting more money?
Pt 4- Why do I need more money when I have enough for my needs?
Connect with Rae Jenkins outside of This Needs To Be Said by going to her site at: http://raejenkins.com/
Rae takes a holistic approach with money. Here is what she has to say: "Thru many money lessons I’ve learned that it’s not hard to get the money you deserve. Unfortunately we’re conditioned to think it’s hard; without a proper mindset and relationship with money you’ll always work hard for it. You will never attract what you chase . . . a lesson I learned the hard way. I, just like many, bought into the lies about money that kept me living beyond my means, in debt and running the rat race. Until I found out how to make money work for me . . . until I developed a right relationship with money. It’s my policy to be honest with you, so I have to say, “freedom from a dysfunctional relationship with money requires a commitment!”
Bobbi Kristina Brown/Houston [born March 4, 1993] wanted to sing, act and dance like her megastar parents, Whitney Houston and R&B artist Bobby Brown. Instead, she has mostly made tabloid headlines for drug use and family disputes - the same perils that derailed their careers.
Just like her mother three years ago, Bobbi Kristina was found face-down and unresponsive in a bathtub as the music industry prepared for the Grammy Awards.
Astrology Articles on Whitney Houston:
Bobbi Kristinia Brown: Unconscious, family told to to prepare themselves by Leslie Hale
Whitney Houston: Voice of an Angel Life Cut Short by Leslie Hale
Neptune's influence on Whitney Houston's Life by Liz Houle
Does Money Love You?
Or is your relationship with money a mess?
Morgana Rae is here to help you figure that out.
International wealth coach Morgana Rae walks you through six time-tested steps to turn your personal Money Monster of scarcity into a Money Honey of abundance. “Your financial situation reflects your inner Relationship with Money,” says Rae. “If you don’t like your finances, something has to change in your relationship” and Rae shows how to jumpstart that transformation.
“When you imagine your money as a real, flesh and blood person, worthy of your deepest admiration, you embark on an amazing, love-at-first-sight affair of the heart. Pennies on the ground are like chocolates on your pillow,” says Rae. “I’ve had people report that within hours of hearing my talk, they’ve received unexpected money – tens of thousands of dollars or more!” (read their stories at www.alchemysuccess.com).
Tonight Pop Art Painter Jamie Roxx (www.JamieRoxx.us) welcomes Actress and Scream Queen Shana Rae AND Film Producer Bob Myers to the show.
Shana Rae www.imdb.com/name/nm3238906
Bob Myers www.imdb.com/name/nm0616652
Tonight, Shana Rae and Bob Myers, will be discussing the Business and Art of Independent Film and their current Projects.
Tonight's episode is sponsored by Garnet Films
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Lifetime’s “Whitney” (directed by Angela Bassett) has it all: sex, drugs and rock-n-roll glamour as it chronicles the incomparable triumphs and tragedies of Whitney Houston. From her tumultuous relationship with Bobby Brown to her battle with substance abuse, this big-event movie has everyone talkin’ about its unvarnished look at the pop princess.
Today on BOLD, we go behind-the-scenes with Yolonda Ross, the actress who plays Robyn Crawford, Whitney’s best friend (who dealt with rumors for years that they were lesbian lovers.)
“Theirs was an intimate friendship no one could break,” says Yolonda. “Whitney was tough. She was strong. People should not forget that.”