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Most people grow up wanting to live the American dream. They want the big house; the dog; the great job and a comfortable lifestyle. More than a few can admit that living in some places prevent one from seeking their desires. So there is always the thought of relocating. How big of an adjustment is made when relocating? Is it always the best choice? What are some of the best places to relocate to? What about the job market? How easy is it to find a job upon moving to another state? They say you should have something lined up before you move. But just how possible is that when you are running out of time. Tune in and feel free to call in your response!
On this episode of Love In The House, we will be discussing RELOCATING WITHOUT THE FAMILY.
Exploring the different reasons for relocation
How long is too long to be apart?
How does it affect the family?
Practical tips to cope during the time of 'separation'. These and many other things will be discussed on the show tonight
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Danisha Williams has no fear of relocating. In fact, she puts it in the must-do category for an inspired life. “As far as uprooting yourself and moving to a new state, I’ve done that a few times and it’s always been fun, exhilitaring, fresh,” she tells Urban Therapy host Omarr McIntyre. “And every time, it’s been to a different part of America. Like to the desert, in Arizona. Back East to Boston. Then back home to Pennsylvania. So you get to experience different things, different people. And you yourself get to grow. Because when you’re in one spot, you don’t get different experiences, you don’t get to meet different types of people when everyone has grown up the same way you have.”
Clint Brinkly will talk to us about his new book, "Relocating Your Business". Learn the top strategies for moving a business and why relocations go wrong.
Doug Winnie will explain DISC, and how we can use it in our business today.
Nolen Davis and Barbara Pender will update listeners on the publicity stunt in May, the onsite broadcast in April and our next event this month.
Detroit a portrate of a dying city being resucitated for gentrification.
In the 1950's, Detroit was considered the Paris of the west in regards to architecture. Entrepreneurs had an immense amount of wealth giving Detroit unique and magnificent building structures.
What is happening presently to Detroit is precisely what is happening to America. Jobs are disappearing, and the middle class is being systematically destroyed. Less than half of the residents of Detroit over the age of 16 are working at this point. 2010, the city had a population of 713,777, more than a 60 percent drop from a peak population of over 1.8 million at the 1950 census.
What it will be is called “Trickle-Down Urbanism,” or the process of displacing and relocating residents from urban neighborhoods that have been targeted for new investment and resources.
Can and is this happening in your town?
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In this Writers Group Spotlight series, I will be spotlighting Writers Groups from around the world. We will discuss the benefits of joining a local writers group, give examples of what to expect and how to join, and meet a few Authors who are also members of writers groups.
Guest 1: Janet Sierzant: A Brooklyn girl, Janet grew up on Long Island. All her life, she was told that she wasn't college material, but after relocating to Georgia, Janet enrolled at KSU and graduated with a Bachelor's degree. It wasn't until then that she discovered her love of writing. Now, living in Vero Beach, Florida, Janet's an active member of the Florida Writer's Association, and the Treasure Coast Writer's Guild. (Entangled)
Guest 2: Valeria Wenderoth
Valeria grew up in Rome, Italy, and was raised bilingual (Italian and French). She studied music in Italy and earned a Master and a Doctorate in Music History in the USA. She moved to Hawaii, where she started a family and began teaching at the University of Hawaii. Her work brough her to Colorado for a year, and she has recently settled on the Treasure Coast of Florida, where she lives with her husband. Traveling is one of her passions, so you never know where she'll be next. Valeria is a professor at the University of Hawaii and her job is to develop and teach online courses. (Bad By the Numbers)
God has truly blessed this mighty woman of God. It has been the anointing upon her life and the favor of God that has opened many doors in the life of Pastor B. J. Relefourd. It was destined for this mighty warrior to go forth in the gospel. Pastor BJ was licensed in Lakeland, Florida at St. Luke's Ministries under the mighty dual leadership of Pastors Arthur and Clarise Johnson. Dr. BJ was ordained under the Potter's House International Pastoral Alliance-Bishop T.D. Jakes.
After relocating to Atlanta, Pastor B. J. continued her studies resulting in Senior Ordination. The Lord laid upon her heart to seek him more as a woman of God. The importance of delivering God's Word more effectively and knowledgeably is the foundation of her ministry.
She and her husband, Rev. Marion K. Relefourd, are the co-founders of Vision of Life Ministries, Inc., a non-denominational, multi-cultural ministry. Pastor B. J. honors her man of God. As his helpmeet, she is in submission to her husband of over 31 years. Pastor B. J. realizes the Lord has allowed her to be used humbly in His kingdom. When asked what is her greatest accomplishment, her response is, "After dedicating my life to Christ, I am most honored being the wife and mother of the Relefourd household."They are the proud parents of Keith and Kia Relefourd. Their son and daughter-in-love Karisha Relefourdare the parents of KaShayla Jenae Relefourd, Kadin Jordan Relefourd and Kelin Joshua Relefourd.
This morning author Rosana Y. Wan joins Jane to talk about her book The Culinary Lives of John and Abigail Adams and her experience working as a park ranger at the Adams National Historic Site in Quincy, Massachusetts. Rosana will discuss the traditional New England fare that the Adams ate while living in Massachusetts and the international influences that their travels brought to their food as they became revolutionaries, diplomats and the First Family of the U.S.
Born in Hong Kong and raised in various places in the United States, Rosana Yin-Ting Wan attended University of Houston-Downtown in Houston and later graduated with honors from Suffolk University, Boston, with a degree in history. Since relocating to Boston, where she currently lives, she has pursued her passion for studies in the history of the American Revolution.
Find the book here: http://www.schifferbooks.com/the-culinary-lives-of-john-abigail-adams-a-cookbook-5538.html
Adams National Historic Site: http://www.nps.gov/adam/index.htm
Photo of John Adams birthplace: "John Adams birthplace, Quincy, Massachusetts" by Daderot at the English language Wikipedia. Licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0 via Wikimedia Commons - https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:John_Adams_birthplace,_Quincy,_Massachusetts.JPG#/media/File:John_Adams_birthplace,_Quincy,_Massachusetts.JPG
James Anthony Brown (born in Columbia, South Carolina) is an American comedian, actor and radio personality. He received thePeabody Award and the NAACP Image Award.
Brown started his career in Atlanta, Georgia, after relocating there from his home in South Carolina almost thirty years ago.[when?] A tailor by trade, Brown aspired to be a clothing designer before putting together a comedy routine after entering a local 'gong show' contest in a local nightclub, Mr. V's Figure Eight. Invited back to host on a regular basis, Brown became a fixture, performing there for the next two years.
He left Atlanta for Los Angeles, California, in 1989 to pursue work in television, quickly finding a job as a staff writer for the nationally syndicated, late-night talk show, The Arsenio Hall Show. After five years, Brown found other writing assignments for such sitcoms as The Parenthood and Me and the Boys.
He has performed on Vibe, Def Comedy Jam, It's Showtime at the Apollo, An Evening at the Improv and The Oprah Winfrey Show, and had recurring roles on Moesha, Living Single and The Parenthood, as well as guest spots on The Parkers and Sparks. His motion picture work includes roles in Def Jam's How to Be a Player, Pay the Price, Drumline and Mr. 3000. He has also warmed up audiences at the tapings of Martin, Sister, Sister, Roc and Hangin' with Mr. Cooper.
Brown is currently[when?] appearing on the Tom Joyner Morning Show, a nationwide radio show broadcast from Dallas, Texas.
Brown was awarded a NAACP Image Award and Peabody Award in 1993 for his contribution to reconstruction after the 1992 LA uprising.
Brown is working as executive producer for an upcoming reality competition TV show.
Cindy Battino a Life coach, energy worker, separation/divorce specialist, dancer, personal trainer, speaker, author, life changer; these are just a few words to describe Cindy.
She then founded Transformational Healing, relocating her practice to Middleburg, Virginia in 2011.
Going through separation/divorce or other life crisis is messy and difficult. The divorce process is filled with overwhelming emotions. Imagine what your life would be like if you could walk this journey with clarity, hope, knowledge and support. You can! and Cindy shows you how with her new book: "You Were in Love, Once Upon a Time – Choosing Peace, Not War For a Happier Ever After - A Healthy Divorce Workbook"
To find out more about Cindy and her work, and her new book go to: www.transform-heal.com
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Viki Winterton interviews Sue Crum!
The mission of the R.E.D. team is to clear the clutter in your life and make your space a special place by transforming and redesigning the way you live.
Sue Crum is the founder and owner of the R.E.D. team. Her passion as a professional organizer and accredited staging professional (ASP) is to make people’s lives simpler!
After many years as an educator/trainer, she opened, over five years ago, the doors of the R.E.D. team when she recognized that many people were in need of help relocating, figuring out their spaces, downsizing or selling their homes. Sue and her team have an eye for detail and help clients see the possibilities of creating a saner, simpler and serene life.
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