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Gordon Bannerman, Sports Editor of the Perthshire Advertiser, discusses all things golf as well as other popular sports in Scotland. All of this and more on this episode of Travel Today with Peter Greenberg.
We look at the world this Monday: Iraq, Scotland and David Busby joined me for a chat about the big weekend for local teams.
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Now that Daylight Saving Time is here here yet again, it's time to ponder and discuss it's merits and drawbacks. Of course, for all the people who like or even love it there are a certain percentage of people who can pretty much do without it. Your host, "The Voice", is one of those people. And there's other less important stuff like the lights that were seen by NASA on the newly-discovered (?) dwarf planet. And the homeless guy fatally shot by a police officer in Los Angeles and why there is not a lot of media coverage and mercifully no public outrage. And now there's talk of rats in the New York City subway system that carry fleas that can cause Bubonic Plague. But, hey, none of that's important compared to Daylight Saving Time............Right?
This is a must-hear from anyone who wants to start their own business. Or who has a small business, but would to grow it. Mark Luterman, of SBSW (Small Business Secret Weapon) Companies, shows us some, well, weapons that should be in the arsenal of all entrepreneurs.
As a successful speaker, author, teacher, and coach, Mark's mission is to help other "small business owners ... prosper and reach their desired goals." You've heard this before: If you follow the formula, you will be successful. So why isn't everyone? That's one of the things he'll talk to us about.
You'll also walk away from this show with some actionable tips, including how to get a free download of his ebook, 5 Steps to Unlimited Prosperity. (Hint: Clink on the link.)
in Self Help
The only radio show dedicated to the issues of grief and loss.
This week's conversation will focus on the "heart" of the issue of grief.
We know that loss is an intrinsic part of our lives. Why is our grief different with each loss?
Why are some losses worse than others? Why do no two people grieve the same?
We will begin to define relationships, committments, expectations, and perceptions that influence our grief journey.
Join us at the Campfire for a few sea tales....
Some Nautical Tales covers the adventures and experiences of Captain Wilbur H. Vantine, as he worked his way up from Ordinary Seaman and sailed as Ship Master on tramo freighters in the United States Merchant Marine. Along the way he was able to “see the world” at a very interesting time in world affairs. During WWII, he served on two ships in the war zones of the southwest Pacific and on another in the North Atlantic to the United Kingdom. He obtained his first command in 1951 at age twenty-six. While sailing as Ship Master, he did difficult navigation among icebergs in the far north; had his ship breaking up and losing three of its four lifeboats in a “super” storm, was confined with his crew on a Liberty ship, in ballast, during a winter-time crossing of the North Atlantic, with a killer virus on board, sailed to Korea before, during and after the Korean War, took action to minimize damage from an un-avoidable collision and directed actions to separate the two ships which were connected by their anchor chains, made an ocean crossing with growing cracks in the main deck threatening to cause his ship to break-up, steamed transpacific with a cargo of coal undergoing spontaneous combustion, had his ship to boarded and crew attacked by a large and angry mob in Yugoslavia, had a shifting cargo of army tanks threatening to knock out the sides of his ship during a storm, and had unique interaction with both ship and shore personalities. Based on actual experiences. The numerous photographs were taken by the author, except where noted otherwise.
Host Rich Gehlhausen
Guest Captain Wilbur H. Vantine
in Pop Culture
Country star Woody Bradshaw is my guest today. Woody is a former sexy bad boy soap star who is now a rising star on the country Western scene.
His songs are great. They're a kind of country/AC sound. And he sings them really well. You'll hear some of them on the show, including monster hits, The Last Thing You Do and Friction, as well as It's Good to be Home, which, yeah, is a hokey title, but that doesn't make it any the less true or or less beautiful, and it's fast becoming the anthem of his home town, Pensacola, Florida.
media kit – http://www.squidmarkmedia.com/woodybradshaw/
The Internet is all abuzz about the restarting of the Haldron Supercollider. There are many opinions out there about this device and what it could really be used for. Science knows very little about space/time and what might lie outside the four dimensions that we live in. Will the collider open up a small wormhole? Will turn into something like a Star Gate that will allow travel to other realities? Why are so many notable people speaking about using this collider as being a dangerous thing. Let's talk some more about this tonight on Opposing The Matrix
WHAT'S THE REAL REASON WHY PEOPLE JOIN THE FUTURE OF MENTELLECT & WHY SOME LEAVE? IS IT REALLY A PROBLEM WITH THE TEACHINGS OF MENTELLECT? IS IT REALLY A PERSONAL PROBLEM WITH ME? CAN THESE PEOPLE BE CHANGED? WHAT DOES THIS DO TO POTENTIAL MEMBERS IN THE FUTURE? FIND OUT THE ANSWERS TO ALL OF THESE QUESTIONS TONIGHT AT 9PM ON FUTURE OF MENTELLECT RADIO (BLOGTALK) FEAT THE INTEL.NUBEN MENKARAYZZ/MFA
Relatiohships come in all shapes and sizes, from family relationships, marriage relationships, sibling relationships, employer and employee relationships, friendships and more. We also have cultrural differences with relationships, ploitical relationships, and before we can even begin to discus effective cures for broken relationships, one must have some knowledge with life-experiences - substance to relate which comes with years of relational interactions on many levels. If learning anything from life in general, they have generally learned the "how-to's" for strengththing relationships, troubleshoothing problems, recognizing a potential problem on the horizon and catching those "little foxes" before they destroy all the new growth.
But for anyone interested in learning about how to become a positive element in their everyday relationships - instead of a downer, we must first learn the basics in relationship building. Jesus is the greatest example of a relationship builder that I know, and He also knew HOW to determine who was genuine and who was not. Of course, He was a leader in relationship building. He knew how to stir the pot wisely in order to see clearly, and so as to be clear. Then, there are always those even today, who know Jesus as not much more than an "idea" to promote, for some "great thing" they want to accomplish.
I know you will enjoy this show. It is current and relative, as there is not one breathing soul who cannot benefit from this lesson today.
How you look goes way beyond what you wear. It's about how see yourself and how others see you. Lauren Solomon of Image by Lauren, will talk with us about how important image is, both to your career and to your self-esteem.
You're not going to hire a financial manager who's wearing overalls any more than you'll hire a plumber shows up in a business suit. Imagine going to a dentist with a tooth missing.
Lauren will give us some tips on how to be your best self, your true self. Showing on the outside who you are on the inside. And her book, Image Matters, is a great place to start.