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"Before you find that handsome prince (or beautiful princess), you get to kiss a lot of frogs—and some are really CUTE ones." (Anne Wondra)
How do we find that prince or princess? Why do we want to find that person? Does it really matter if our relationships are healthy if we find just the right one? Why is it important to know who you are as you seek out that relationship? How do relationships in general impact all parts of our lives and how we show up in our purpose? These and other questions about "Relationship Rules" will be discussed by Purpose Talk Radio guest Anne Wondra on the show Friday, Feb. 12, noon PT/3 p.m ET/8 p.m. UK.
Anne is a soul coach, a wisewoman, writer, muse, and creative entrepreneur. She is the author of a new Kindle eBook, Relationship Rules of a Happy Woman. Anne shares life with her husband (of 26 years) Michael Robichaud and their furry feline family. She loves life, laughter, art and animals, nature, music, beauty, morning walks, sunshine and beaches, and coffee at coffee shops; she’s an aunt, a vegetarian, and everyday goddess. Anne recently wrote a book called "Relationship Rules." In it, she lays out questions to ask yourself as you seek out and build healthy relationships.
"I don't know if all women have relationship rules. Mine developed over time. And looking back, they have contributed much to the happy woman I am. And more importantly, they made life a lot easier and much more fun along the way."
You can join the discussion live via Skype or calling 347-205-9074. All shows are archived so you can hear the discussion at another time if you are not available during the live airing. You can participate in the discussion live or archived at Purpose Talk Radio Conversations on Facebook.
Happy New Year! I hope the year is getting off to a great start for you. If you're on the east coast, I hope you made it through the snow storm.
Many people made resolutions and by day two, it's all forgotten and back to whatever they were doing before the resolution. There are those who have figured out that resolutions don't stick. It's time to change your mindset to Permanent Changes. It's time to GET SERIOUS AND MAKE IT STICK.
Tune in and hear how our special guest, Lisa Matos, who survived a childhood of sexual, physical and emotional abuse, a battle with sepsis, a month long coma and a failing marriage, at the age of 40. Lisa will share with you how she decided to breakthrough instead of breakdown. Lisa GOT SERIOUS and is MAKING IT STICK.
Katrina Cooper is a Savvy Health and Wellness Coach with Total Life Changes. She empowers her clients to look and feel healthy while enjoying the full circle of body, mind & spirit approach to well-being. She believes your health is your wealth. Katrina specializes in working with children and adults, she also offers personalized health coaching services both virtually and locally. Katrina lives the life that she teaches, being her own best customer and using the products regularly have changed her life.
With a deep passion for practicing a holistic approach to health and wellness, Cooper looks at how all areas of your life are connected. Does stress at your job or in your relationship cause you to overeat? Does lack of sleep or low energy prevent you from exercising? As we work together, we will look at how all parts of your life affect your health as a whole. If you answered yes to these questions; then tune in to Brown Suga Radio today, and learn how you and Katrina will work to reach your health goals in areas such as achieving weight loss goals, reducing food cravings, increasing sleep, support with a healthy immune system, detoxing, maximizing energy and overall happiness. Chime in live to learn how to live a better healthier life.
in Real Estate
The folks in Washington, D.C., ever confident that EVERYTHING benfits from their invovlement, is again gracing us with changes to rules and regulations relating to housing and mortgages. We will discuss the ones that just got approved in the House of Representatives today and try to figure out what kind of effect they might have.
2016 is the year for big changes in HR. From creating more matrixed work environments to rethinking performance metrics and identifying and cultivating the next level of leadership, HR executives have a lot on their plate. We recently sat down with Adam Brinegar, a senior business and research leader for CEB’s Corporate Leadership Council to get his thoughts on the critical areas of focus for the year.
On top of the list of priorities for 2016, Brinegar outlines the importance of building a change-capable workforce. There are many questions that need to be asked in this area and evaluated. Looking at your environment and considering whether the workforce itself needs to be agile or if different management of the workforce will enable more agility and flexibility. How do leaders cultivate this change-capable workforce and then how this change gets communicated across the organization?
Another priority, according to Brinegar is rethinking high potentials and how organizations identify, cultivate and retain these employees. The Corporate Leadership Council is finding a shift in the trends in this area, as organizations are investing money in programs that identify and cultivate high potential employees, yet doesn’t necessarily focus on retention.
In this latest podcast on 2016 HR trends, Brinegar expresses his true excitement in the tools that CEB will be providing to members. “We’ll be able to provide our members with a playbook that will enable them to execute on some of these changes,” he tells us. And goes on to say that despite the many changes that will occur in 2016, the Council will provide the tools to help members navigate those changes and be more effective.
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In this episode we be discussing how the rules for a minority doing something and the media distorting it and then them (caucasians) doing something and the media shaping it for a specific narrative. For example, in the world of professional football people have this perception that Tom Brady is a squeaky clean golden boy, but when he is "mic'd up" on the field and you hear him on talking trash and is labled a fiery competitor. In the same breath Richard Sherman is one of the best cornerbacks in the league and will call you out just to see if you can prove you are the best, but is seen and labled as an arrogant thug for calling people out. The media is known for shaping the opinion of people based on how those individuals personalities are in accordance to their race. This topic can also be discussed in entertainment as far as different public figures are concerned as well.
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This episode in the 2nd part of " The Rules for US versus the Rules for Them" episode. In the previous episode I discussed how non-minority athletes and entertainers can do certain things or act a certain way , but if an athlete or entertainer who is a minority does those same things and act in the same way; there actions are then scrutinized by the media and then NOT accepted by the public once the media has molded the situation. Now, with the Super bowl being just a few days away there is a polarizing subplot in the air. Carolina Panthers QB Cam Newton has caught a lot of backlash from the media because of his end zone dances and having fun while winning games, but it is perfectly acceptable for Aaron Rodgers to have an end zone celebration, acceptable for Peyton to curse out Julius Thomas on the field during the 2014 AFC Chaampionship game, or even acceptable for Tom Brady to talk trash on the field while being mic'd up. Cam is viewed as arrogant, but Manning, Rodgers, and Brady are firey competitors. Cam is being labled as "the villan" going into Super Bowl 50 because most media outlets want Peyton Manning to go out on top by winning his last appearance in the Super Bowl. Now, the media is putting Cam in a no win situation with the public. If Cam and the Panthers beat Peyton and the Broncos, the he will be "the villan", but if Peyton wins it, Peyton will be branded as one of the greatest QBs of all times and people will say Cam choked. Is that fair? No, but the media has the power to do that. Peyton is still one of the greatest of all-time even without a win the Super Bowl. Why does the public NOT see that? The media molds the public's perception. Call In at 323.417.6807 with questions.
Tonight on “The Official Plug” Olivia Floyd and her panel will be discussing the topic of “Changes in Masculinity”. We will be sharing our opinions on what the word masculinity means to us. We will also be discussing certain stereotypes that follow being a Man.
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