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Sections of the book "Might Is Right" by Ragnar Redbeard are read & commented on.
Attraction isn't enough. Lust isn't enough. Liking someone isn't enough. In order to build healthy, stable relationships we MUST choose the right partner. Choosing can not be based on the sentiments listed above. Listen in as I discuss the importance of choosing the right mate.
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Hello everyone. It's Friday night again! Time to consider finding Mr. Right! (or Ms. Right). When my book first came out and I was doing the book tour, I was so surprised about the number of men who came to hear me talk! I began asking them, "Why did you come tonight?" And they said, Well, we are looking for Ms. Right. And we thought maybe we would find her here! lol !!! So I guess the men thought, well, probably women will go hear this woman speak and these are probably single women, so maybe we can find us a woman ronight!
However, in the 20 years I have been marrying couples at the beach, my experience is that men are also looking for Ms. Right. They might also be looking for a Ms. Right Now .... too. But in their heart, they really want to find THE ONE.
So, tonight, I want to talk about the process. And the process would apply to men and women. And we'll look at how the process has changed. And does this change in the process facilitate finding Mr. Right.
This week on The Networking Diva Hour we will talk about The Networking Game! We will cover the in's and out's and the 5 basic rules to success. We still are covering "Do The Right Thing Series".
In our second half hour I will have as my co-host, Lynne Telford from C/S local Care & Share board of Directors. She is sharing with us information that will be heard all over the world and hope you are listening!
Care & Share Vision, Mission and Purpose:
At Care and Share Food Bank, our core purpose is to bridge the gap between hunger and abundance. Our mission is to provide food, partnering opportunities, and education to combat hunger and food insecurity in Southern Colorado communities. Our vision is an end to hunger.
Utilizing a nation-wide network through our affiliation with Feeding America-the country’s largest network of food banks-and other local resources, Care and Share procures food by the truckload from manufacturers, distributors, grocers and growers. Care and Share Food Bank is a proud partner with Feeding America.
Feeding America is the nation's leading domestic hunger-relief charity. Their mission is to feed America's hungry through a nationwide network of member food banks and engage the country in the fight to end hunger.
Listeners are welcome to call into The Might Is Right Network and raise any topic they wish to discuss. Suggested topics are Christ-Insanity, diversity, White genocide, race wars, Black On White violence / crimes, the immigration invasion, The White Man's Bible, lone wolves, leaderless resistance, racialism, and miscegenation.
Hate is as natural as love. It is NATURAL for you to hate that which threatens what or whom you love. Nurture Your Hate.
Tune in to Writestream Tuesday on July 29 at 1 p.m. Eastern for another inspiring, insightful and entertaining broadcast with network founder Dariaanne and the Right Wing Riot, featuring The Prince of Whitebread, Scary Smart and Always Right. In the first half of the show, Darianne interviews veteran writer and author Bill Ramsey on his latest release, entitled Me Now - Who Next? The Inspiring Story of a Traumatic Brain Injury Recovery:
The true and inspiring story of recovery from a severe traumatic brain injury. Young executive Angela Leigh Tucker had not expected death that day. Then the unthinkable happened. A truck/car crash killed her husband and left her hanging on to life by a slender, golden thread. At thirty, with her brain severely damaged and the critical C1 & C2 (Atlas and Axis) vertebrae, shoulder and ribs badly broken, she had lost almost "everything." She could have quit but never did. Her recovery team, honored by name, included family, friends, doctors andtherapists. Today she lives independently in NYC and is an advocate for others who have suffered brain injuries.
In the second half, the Right Wing Riot takes over with their own unique brand of Public Service Satire on the political and cultural events of the day. During the live broadcast, hosts and guest welcome your calls at (347) 945-7246 and your participation in the live chat room.
This week’s show
July 28th, 2014
Journalist Rula Jebreal discusses media bias in Palestinian-Israeli Conflict
Rula Jebreal will be the featured guest on Politics Done Right. Rula Jebreal is a journalist, a commentator, and author of Miral, a novel translated into 15 languages, that sold millions of copiesworldwide and a film that was the first ever premiered in the UN General Assembly Hall. She also authored the International Fince Europa Award winning book The Bride of Aswan that was translated into 5 languages. Her third book, Rejected is a non-fiction about immigration in Europe. She wrote and produced the film Permesso di Soggiorno about the death penalty in China, the United States, and Iran during the UN debate on the death penalty in 2008.
Jebreal is the brave journalist that had the spine to go into a mainstream media studio, an MSNBC studio and speak the truth at her own peril. While concurrently writing an article on the refugee crisis on the Texas border and listening to Ronan Farrow Daily on MSNBC, I listened somewhat inattentively as Rula Jebreal gave a spirited narrative on the biased coverage given to the Palestinian-Israeli conflict. I had not heard such a brave defense and pushback on MSNBC or on any other network. I immediately stopped what I was doing, recorded the interview, and edited it for Internet consumption. I knew the traditional mainstream media would attempt to make it a one day story. The blogosphere would not.
This coming Saturday the 26th on I'll be the Judge Of That, SoapBoxScooter will be discussing realationships and what is the proper way to get out of them, if there is such a way? On television they say, "When Breaking up with your S/O you should do it in a public place, is this true? Does it matter,and if so why? Call in and let me( SoapBoxScooter) know what your break up experiences have been like 607-203-5357.
Host Brendan Major is joined by Steve Lajiness, Vice President of Franchising at Electronic Restoration Services. Brendan and Steve will discuss the steady and calculated growth that has evolved the company into a world-class operation, and how you can apply these strategies to any franchise system. They'll talk about ways to maintain leadership position by investing in technology, training of employees, and fast, responsive services.
About Our Guest
Steve lives in the South East Michigan market. He has been part of the franchise Industry for over 30 years. During this time, Steve has worked for a franchisors, worked with franchisees, and has been a franchisee. He has been involved in all aspects of franchising. He started out in Operations, then went into Training, then Consulting. After his consulting role he went into the Franchise Development arena, and has been involved in this arena for about 10 years and has been part of launching three successful franchise concepts. Currently he worked with a company called Electronic Restoration Services. His current role is Vice President of Franchising. He is surrounded by a wonderful family including his Wife Kim who is a franchisee of a quick service concept, his daughter Brooke who is currently pursuing her Doctorate in Physical Therapy, and son Zack who is starting high school in the fall. Steve attended Adrian College and has a Business Degree as well as a degree in Sociology.
SHOW NOTES: Our FINANCIAL FIERCENESS!™ series integrates our financial goals into our development plan for surpassing our goals. We deal with the specific issues we need to explore in order to achieve (and surpass) our financial goals. This episode is, “Suze Orman Is Right! You Can’t Afford It and Neither Can I!
Money I have - Money I Owe = Money I Can Use (save, spend, etc.)
Money I have = Money I have
Future money ≠ (does not equal) Money I have
Future money includes future paycheck, future appreciation, etc.
The default position we all should have is that we cannot afford it! We may not be able to afford the math part of the equation (not have sufficient income, savings, etc) or we may not be able to afford the emotional aspect of the equation (decreased happiness due to lack of anticipation). No matter how many financial resources we have, the anticipation of a treat (by denying, delaying and/ or limiting a purchase) will make us happier.
I deny myself items that I want all of the time!
1) We can’t afford it.
2) Plan ahead (save and/or research more) to create and enhance anticipation.
3) Purchase only when the math supports it (in regards to debt, savings, etc.).
4) Maintain the purchase.
5) Repair the purchase.
6) Last option is to replace the purchase.
Remember to use your “Money Days” to go through your bills and cut costs. A penny saved is a penny earned.
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