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The Other Side...A Preppers Path! on American Preppers Radio! Sundays *9:00pm/Est *8:00pm/Ct *7:00pm/Mt *6:00pm/Pt Live Listen and Chat go to:http://prepperbroadcasting.com In essence to quote my guest this Sunday, Charley Hogwood, of Ready Go Prep ( Personal Readiness Education Programs) http://readygoprep.com/website/ a MAG a is “a group of like-minded individuals who pledge to assist each other in times of crisis.” The need or reasoning is pretty clear however this same reason creates a plethora of questions including who, what, when, where and how. The Other Side of a Preppers Path examines the MAG this Sunday. Lynna has tapped well known instructor and prepper, Charley Hogwood asking him to share his extensive knowledge on MAG’s. Charley recently posted a series of articles available at http://www.livingreadyonline.com/emergency-preparedness/ what-is-a-mutual-assistance-group regarding MAG’s. Rest your eyes and tune in to hear it straight from the horse’s mouth. Tags: The Other Side A Preppers Path, Prepping, Independence, preparedness, self-sufficiency, Prepper Broadcasting, assistance
In Patti's last show for the Joy Cafe, she will explore Dream Groups.
What are they like? Why would someone join a Dream Group? Why do Dreams and Dream Groups matter? How to start your own dream group Join us for a cuppa joe and dreams! Call in! We'd love to have a chat about your dreams!
Tonight we will explore the intense attraction that an ever growing number of Black Men have in groups that the so called mainstream population consider somewhat radical.
We are speaking of groups like the Black Muslims, the Hebrew Israelites, the Nuwabians as well as many other groups that either stand on a particular political or spiritual base that deals specifically with the Black community and their solutions to the problems and special needs therein.
Are these groups bad for Black Men or are they filling an overlooked need that the American society and institutions have failed to overlook?
Is there a danger to the fiery doctrine and unpopular views that are expressed that appear to be in direct opposition into what Black Men are taught coming up in a system that has thus far failed to address our issues completely?
Is there a potential for some followers to take these various doctrines taught under the tutelage of these Black movement group leaders out of context and into some fanatical mentality that will eventually bring them into breaking the law or unfortunately hurting someone who disagrees?
Pastor Damon will go deep tonight into a topic that will pull back the shroud of mystery from these groups and take a fair and balanced look at an ever growing movement that has most pastors and clergy scratching their heads in disbelief as they try to figure out what they have failed in a place that once once exclusively theirs.
Today, I’m heading out to participate on a media panel at the Circle of Change Leadership Conference – an event that brings together college student leaders from across America for one weekend. A group of social/media professionals will discuss how networking can contribute to your net-worth. But what if you hate networking, fear looking like a fool… get tongue tied and don’t know what to contribute.
Networking is a valuable and necessary part of doing business. If you miss out or deprive yourself of this infra-structure you'll lose a valuable resource. Learn how to overcome your fear and navigate how to network.
Today, Dr. Brady will help with your fear of networking, as well as help those who feel they don’t do well at these events. Tips to help you!
Why do you fear networking?
What value can networking add to your life?
What can you contribute to the networking group?
What is effective networking?
How to take responsibility for your career and future.
Techniques to get over your fears.
Insider tips on getting through the event.
Dr. Jonathan Brady is a marriage and family therapist who has extensive research on group dynamics.
Go to Super Friend Groups for blog on “How Friend Networks Contribute to your Net-Worth.”
Remember… a great friends starts with you!
Network Image provided by Circle of Change.
Do you have a volatile, unpredictable friendship that leaves you feeling sad, bad, degraded, manipulated? Have you ever had a conversation with a friend and it’s as if you poked a helium balloon – they blow all over the room.
As everyone anticipates the upcoming movie, Fifty Shades of Grey, featuring Jamie Dornan and Dakota Mayi Johnson, we’ll discuss how volatile situations can play out in your friendships. Then, find solutions so it’s a win-win for both people.
A dominating friend. Does your friend: Go off at you; give you a tongue lashing; act unpredictably; expect more than you can give; always want you to follow their lead?
It ain’t personal, it’s about power. If your friend has a bad day; bad family dinner; (fill in the blank)… do they dump it out all on you?
Are you too passive in your friendship?
Solving the power balance. We brainstorm solutions to make or break these relationships.
Go to Super Friend Groups for more friendship information.
Images by: Mathias Klang (Sweden); Gideon (France); Nina (Australia).
So much to talk about, rave about and laugh about! Special Needs Families ... let's talk about stuff. Show 2 of my new season. Woo Hoo, Yee Haw!
Join me by calling in and being on the show, be silly with me in the chat room or just listen in and be stealth, I will love sharing 30 minutes with you.
Attorney Fred Kray and his co-host Kris Diaz will be joined by Best Friends' Ledy VanKavage who will give our audience the presentation she gave at the No More Homeless Pets Conference. Best Friends did focus groups to determine what arguments the public finds effective in pit bull terrier advocacy. You will be surprised to find out the results. Don't miss it! Regular show episodes include:
Recap of last week's show Weekly news update PBLNN Taking Care of Business BSL updates with Kris Diaz from StopBSL Deirdre Franklin & Pinups for Pitbulls Dogbites with Jim Crosby Twitter and Chat T-shirt giveaway Don't miss our newly designed network website PBLNN.com where you can see all the latest updates from Pit Bulletin Legal News, Pit Bulletin Legal News Radio, StopBSL, K.C. Dog Blog, Canine Agression with Jim Crosby, the Doglawreporter and Dangerous Dog Law. New content every day. Bookmark it!
In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness month, co-host Angelica Holiday discusses her own person journey with cancer and 15 tips on how to be a super friend during your friend's recovery. Angelica was devastated when her closest friend had breast cancer. Then, in a strange twist of fate, a month after this friend's last chemo, Angelica was diagnosed with Stage 4 Hodgkin’s Lymphoma. "Friends are a vital part toward recovery" she claims. This is how you, as a friend, can be there for another in need. We discuss Angelica's top 15 Tips on how to help your friend (for both women and men):
During cancer treatment there’s a limited diet, so explore those foods your friend can eat and cook together... My friend and stylist took me in hand... Purple, zebra wigs, he tried them too and we both laughed together... Find your friend special make-up from The American Cancer Society which has an amazing complimentary make-up and hair program called “Look Good, Feel Better”... Have a make-up night with this make-up. Other manicures, facial, the dentist and pap smears are put on hold... "Chemo Brain," an inside joke my best friend and I said to each other... when one is having treatment, you forget everything. Help the friend to write down all their user names and passwords... We discuss these and many more tips on the show.
Images: Angelica Holiday and the Navy.
For more friend information go to Super Friend Groups!
Join Vangie as she and special guest Harmony Hensley continue this month's theme of Training for Special Needs Ministry. Listen along as they unpack strategies for training your volunteers that will empower them to step out in faith and shape a special heart!
Harmony Hensley has a background in vocational ministry, as well as a dual degree in Ministry Leadership and Biblical Studies from Cincinnati Christian University. She has trained churches across the country and continues to consult today. Her passion is helping churches to engage families affected by disability.