• 00:01

    America's Harvest

    in Self Help

    Each week, co-hosts Lois Fladie, Dina Heilman and Robbi Gunter will bring you AMERICA'S HARVEST, a lively discussion show exploring the various aspects of healthy foods. They will share recipes, bring you the latest scientific discoveries on food and health, assist you in navigating your way around the sometimes confusing task of choosing healthy foods. They will inform, inspire and steer you towards living a vibrant lifestyle.

  • 00:59

    Calls to Action: Lunch with Louden 3/12/15

    in Politics

    I'm back from my three month hiatus and ready to hear what you have been up to and what is calling you to action today. I will open with Coffee Party news and then let THE PEOPLE steer our conversation. Given current events I could talk all day myself, but I know everyone would like to hear YOUR voice. Don't forget to share your events in your community.

  • 02:59

    America's Harvest

    in Self Help

    America's Harvest


    Each week, co-hosts Lois Fladie, Dina Heilman and Robbi Gunter will bring you AMERICA'S HARVEST, a lively discussion show exploring the various aspects of healthy foods. They will share recipes, bring you the latest scientific discoveries on food and health, assist you in navigating your way around the sometimes confusing task of choosing healthy foods. They will inform, inspire and steer you towards living a vibrant lifestyle.


     

  • 01:11

    "Indigo" Evolution, or better yet, Evolution of Mankind

    in Self Help

    Witnessing the evolution of mankind may be something that, well, has essentially gone unnoticed by a large part of the population. But changes have been taking place, rapid changes. We see it's effects in our technologies, in our social behaviors, and in the state of world affairs. Years back they called this evolutionary process "Indigos", but changes such as these have taken place since mankind was created. The flower child idealism of the "indigo" is a wonderful idea, but has that played out. Have we as a society nurtured our evolutionary process to the point where we can say we are "better" human beings? Let's identify some of the changes that have taken place and are still taking place as we speak. Let's talk about how we can steer this process, this evolution, towards the betterment of all of creation. Let's remember how to nurture and connect to that which is crucial to our very existence e. Let's talk about it!

  • 01:01

    "Keys for Success Monday" Having a Business Plan

    in Family

    Why is a Business Plan Important?


    Nearly all business experts agree on one thing: the importance of drafting a business plan. Yet plenty of companies plunge into the competitive arena without a formal plan. A lot of new businesses are carried away and figure their passion and optimism are enough to build a successful company. Others say they were just too busy to develop a formal business plan. But operating without a plan can prove even more time-consuming in the long run.




    An opportunity to test out a new idea to see if it holds real promise of success



    A clear statement of your business mission and vision



    A set of values that can help you steer your business through times of trouble



    A blueprint you can use to focus your energy and keep your company on track



    Benchmarks you can use to track your performance and make midcourse corrections



    A clear-eyed analysis of your industry, including opportunities and threats



    A portrait of your potential customers and their buying behaviors



    A rundown of your major competitors and your strategies for facing them



    An honest assessment of your company’s strengths and weaknesses



    A roadmap and timetable for achieving your goals and objectives



    A description of the products and services you offer



    An explanation of your marketing strategies



    An analysis of your revenues, costs, and projected profits




     

  • 03:00

    America's Harvest

    in Self Help

    Each week, co-hosts Lois Fladie, Dina Heilman and Robbi Gunter will bring you AMERICA'S HARVEST, a lively discussion show exploring the various aspects of healthy foods. They will share recipes, bring you the latest scientific discoveries on food and health, assist you in navigating your way around the sometimes confusing task of choosing healthy foods. They will inform, inspire and steer you towards living a vibrant lifestyle.

  • 00:26

    Manipulators, Abusers, and You as Savvy Strategist w Dr. Carol Francis

    in Self Help

    What powers do manipulatos and abusers have over you? How do you regain your power to steer your path positively.

  • 00:35

    "I SURVIVED" Women With Gifts

    in Radio

    ***SHOW AIRS 6:30 PM EST/5:30 CST***


    Fort Worth, March 7, 2015:  Women With Gifts is hosting "I Survived" Gospel Concert to celebrate survivors of breast cancer, sexual abuse and domestic violence. A portion of the proceeds will benefit both Dunbar High School and UMOJA. We are survivors!! 


    Women With Gifts is an organization of women using their gifts and talents that GOD has blessed them with. Our organization believes in leadership development, teaching and motivating others.  UMOJA. a teen program that not only help steer our teens of the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex but also provide a positive future and coach troubled teens.


    Some of the artists performing are Christian Rapper: I Am Justified of Houston, Gospel Artists: Nicole LaShaun of Fort Worth, Texas , LeKisha Earles of Houston, Texas and Quartet Groups: Minister R. L. Taylor and Sons of the Father of Arlington, Texas, New Generation of Houston, Texas and many other performers.


    Event information:


    Date: March 7,2015 at 5:30 {Saturday}


    Location: Paul Lawrence Dunbar 5700 Ramey Avenue Fort Worth, Texas 76112


    Tickets are $12.00 and available online at www.womenwithgifts.com or $20 day of the event


    Email:info@womenwithgifts.com


    Website: www.WomenWithGifts.com


     

  • 03:00

    America's Harvest

    in Self Help

    Each week, co-hosts Lois Fladie, Dina Heilman and Robbi Gunter will bring you AMERICA'S HARVEST, a lively discussion show exploring the various aspects of healthy foods. They will share recipes, bring you the latest scientific discoveries on food and health, assist you in navigating your way around the sometimes confusing task of choosing healthy foods. They will inform, inspire and steer you towards living a vibrant lifestyle.

  • 01:04

    HIPOLITIX - Discussion w/ Agyei Tyehima

    in Pop Culture

    Check out our discusion (8:30 pm) with author, poet and activist Agyei Tyehima. We will discuss his efforts to steer young people away from drugs through mentorship and education. We will also discuss his book, Game Over: The Rise & Transformation of a Harlem Hustler, based on the life of former Harlem Kingpin Azie Faison. To join the conversation call 805-292-0337 or log onto www.blogtalkradio.com/hipolitix

  • 01:01

    Ask Ms Bodacious Proudly Presents an Exclusive Interview with Pastor Paul Dixon

    in Women

    Why Paul Dixson?


    Simply stated, Paul is equipped with vision and ability; as an Urban Missionary and Ordained Pastor, he is one who has a purpose to bring positive change to the community at large.


    Why The Community?
    Since 1995, Paul has had a passion for the community, seeing there was a great need, not being met. He stood up and took ownership of what he believes is his calling, “The Streets”.


    Having a heart more so, to the inner city atmosphere; Paul had given himself for the sake of the Lord and his community, understanding the woes that fill the air at any given intersection and corner.


    Why The Perseverance?
    Paul got a revelation about his own life struggles and came to the conclusion that if God can redeem him from his own predicaments, He could redeem anyone. God just needs a willing and obedient voice to do so. With that in mind, Paul has made a tremendous impact in the Baltimore and North Carolina metropolitan areas.


    He has been recognized by many, including Baltimore's Mayor O’Malley during his term in office.


    Why The Struggle?
    Paul’s passion is the struggle. Understanding what is was like to grow up in a dysfunctional home, where his father was estranged and where his mother abused him, the "struggle" is what he knows. Now Paul has taken the time to turn the struggle into his passion by overcoming his own adversity and helping others to do the same.


    “Showing others who face 'the struggle' while dealing frustrating issues and having a chance to help them apply the needed answers so that others may steer through the maze of life that can throw you a curve at any time... to me is victorious” Paul Dixson

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