• 01:01

    Defining Success: A Discussion with "Outkast" Principals and Thought Leaders

    in Education

    On Monday, March 23, 2015 @ 10AM ET, NCEBCTalkRadio is launching its "Convention Workshop Preview" series. To kick the series off, we are happy to welcome Coles Model for Excellence Language Academy (Chicago, IL) Principal, Mr. Jeff Dase and Vice Principal, Mr. El-Roy Estes to the show to discuss their 2015 NCEBC Convention Workshop: Hip-Hop Principals: From Outkast to Outstanding" and the work of the Coles Academy as a success model for "new school" leadership in social and educational equity.


    We'll also welcome Mr. Michael Brunson, Recording Secretary of the Chicago Teachers Union and 2015 NCEBC Workshop Presenter (Safe Schools Consortium (SSC) - Restorative Justice in Schools: Alternatives to Exclusion - Building Teacher and Student Leadership to Transform School Discipline in Chicago) to the conversation to discuss his workshop and greater efforts toward restorative justice.  


    Please join show host, Dr. Eric Cooper and NCEBC Executive Director, Ms. Diana Daniels as we turn up the energy on NCEBC 2015 NATIONAL CONVENTION.
    Friends, our season is upon us.  Register for the 2015 Convention today!


     

  • 01:32

    Stories From The Heart

    in Education

    Please call in to join Libby and jolly Wednesday’s at 5:30pm Eastern US time weekly, for sharing stories from the heart about both earthly experiences while moving through the matrix without a legal name, and spiritual connections to the big part of you, of who you really are! Sharing our stories is so valuable to both the teller and the ones listening.


    We suggest that we all are open, and share while we remain aware of how we are expressing ourselves.


    When relating stories, a great way to give perspective is to speak in the present moment as you are describing what happened… as if you are a camera recording what is happening; speaking in the third person can bring objectivity to situation.


    Libby and jolly are here not to correct you, but to simply remind you [with some flexibility] of the rocky waters of getting lost in the memories and to stay in the now… as in the gift or gem that comes with the story. Remember, it is all about balance.


    Standing in our power is so much fun. Come join us in this inflowment of empowerment

  • 01:41

    Stories From The Heart

    in Education

    Please call in to join Libby and jolly Wednesday’s at 5:30pm Eastern US time weekly, for sharing stories from the heart about both earthly experiences while moving through the matrix without a legal name, and spiritual connections to the big part of you, of who you really are! Sharing our stories is so valuable to both the teller and the ones listening.


    We suggest that we all are open, and share while we remain aware of how we are expressing ourselves.


    When relating stories, a great way to give perspective is to speak in the present moment as you are describing what happened… as if you are a camera recording what is happening; speaking in the third person can bring objectivity to situation.


    Libby and jolly are here not to correct you, but to simply remind you [with some flexibility] of the rocky waters of getting lost in the memories and to stay in the now… as in the gift or gem that comes with the story. Remember, it is all about balance.


    Standing in our power is so much fun. Come join us in this inflowment of empowerment

  • 02:22

    Stories From The Heart

    in Education

    Please call in to join Libby and jolly Wednesday’s at 5:30pm Eastern US time weekly, for sharing stories from the heart about both earthly experiences while moving through the matrix without a legal name, and spiritual connections to the big part of you, of who you really are! Sharing our stories is so valuable to both the teller and the ones listening.


    We suggest that we all are open, and share while we remain aware of how we are expressing ourselves.


    When relating stories, a great way to give perspective is to speak in the present moment as you are describing what happened… as if you are a camera recording what is happening; speaking in the third person can bring objectivity to situation.


    Libby and jolly are here not to correct you, but to simply remind you [with some flexibility] of the rocky waters of getting lost in the memories and to stay in the now… as in the gift or gem that comes with the story. Remember, it is all about balance.


    Standing in our power is so much fun. Come join us in this inflowment of empowerment

  • 01:32

    Stories From The Heart

    in Education

    Please call in to join Libby and jolly Wednesday’s at 5:30pm Eastern US time weekly, for sharing stories from the heart about both earthly experiences while moving through the matrix without a legal name, and spiritual connections to the big part of you, of who you really are! Sharing our stories is so valuable to both the teller and the ones listening.


    We suggest that we all are open, and share while we remain aware of how we are expressing ourselves.


    When relating stories, a great way to give perspective is to speak in the present moment as you are describing what happened… as if you are a camera recording what is happening; speaking in the third person can bring objectivity to situation.


    Libby and jolly are here not to correct you, but to simply remind you [with some flexibility] of the rocky waters of getting lost in the memories and to stay in the now… as in the gift or gem that comes with the story. Remember, it is all about balance.


    Standing in our power is so much fun. Come join us in this inflowment of empowerment

  • 01:59

    Stories From The Heart

    in Education

    Please call in to join Libby and jolly Wednesday’s at 5:30pm Eastern US time weekly, for sharing stories from the heart about both earthly experiences while moving through the matrix without a legal name, and spiritual connections to the big part of you, of who you really are! Sharing our stories is so valuable to both the teller and the ones listening.


    We suggest that we all are open, and share while we remain aware of how we are expressing ourselves.


    When relating stories, a great way to give perspective is to speak in the present moment as you are describing what happened… as if you are a camera recording what is happening; speaking in the third person can bring objectivity to situation.


    Libby and jolly are here not to correct you, but to simply remind you [with some flexibility] of the rocky waters of getting lost in the memories and to stay in the now… as in the gift or gem that comes with the story. Remember, it is all about balance.


    Standing in our power is so much fun. Come join us in this inflowment of empowerment.

  • 00:28

    Liberal Stories, Conservative Stories: Analyze Your Own

    in Psychology

    The current political scene often seems to pit liberals against conservatives with Democrats defined as liberal and Republicans cast as conservative. I suggest that the current political struggles do not reflect the traditional liberal/comnservative dialogue but are perversions and extreme versions of legitimate life stories. The extremes in these struggles reflect a tribalization of political differences which include self-glorification, demonization of opponents and demands for total loyalty to leaders and tribe. Todays discussion will suggest that liberal/conservative differences are one of emphasis, often subtle, between a focus on the environment in which we live and the qualities by which individuals live. Liberals traditionally seek social justice while conservatives seek individual moral integrity and responsibility. I will suggest that we cannot have one without the other and if we try we will produce a country that will reflect either anarchy or totalitarianism. If we psychanalyze our own emphases we can negotiate and take strong stands against the current tearing of American Democracy now taking place.

  • 00:24

    4 Ur Success Show- A Success Story with January Jones

    in Entrepreneur

    “January Jones sharing Success Stories” is on www.Talk4Media.com @ www.iHeartRadio.com archived 24/7. Also, Ms. Jones is a Featured Host on BlogTalkRadio.com/januaryjones archived 24/7 for your listening pleasure.


    Ms. Jones is the self-proclaimed “Whine Tester” She is a reformed whiner who lives every day in the “No Whine Zone”. Her book published by Beaufort Books is entitled Thou Shalt Not Whine…..The Eleventh Commandment and reached a #1 ranking at amazon.com. Ms. Jones specializes in homemaker humor in the tradition of Erma Bombeck. She is also the author of Jackie Ari and Jack: The Tragic Love Triangle and two other Kennedy books.


    “What makes January such an expert on whining?” She is a golfer, a woman, a wife, a mother with four kids and grandmother of seven. Also, January was a widow at 25 years with two small children so she knows a little about whining and a lot about winning.


    More About January Jones


    When it comes to whining, nobody does it better or knows how to stop it more effectively. January’s advice and methods as a grandmother are much better these days than what she did as a young mother.


    http://www.januaryjones.com/


    Contact Info: januaryjonesinfo@gmail.com

  • 01:03

    No Excuses: Create 360-degrees of Success Starting Today

    in Entrepreneur

    17+ books. A life-changing game. Apps. Multiple programs. International coaching practice. And more! How does Ana Weber - international lifestyle coach, author, speaker,...and multiple idea implementer - create 360-degrees of success balancing personal & professional demands? How can we? And what's Donald Trump got to do with any of this? In our conversation, Ana ignites, and re-ignites, our passion to live happy, abundant personal, professional, and business lives.

  • 02:02

    Stories From The Heart

    in Education

    Please call in to join Libby and jolly Wednesday’s at 5:30pm Eastern US time weekly, for sharing stories from the heart about both earthly experiences while moving through the matrix without a legal name, and spiritual connections to the big part of you, of who you really are! Sharing our stories is so valuable to both the teller and the ones listening.


    We suggest that we all are open, and share while we remain aware of how we are expressing ourselves.


    When relating stories, a great way to give perspective is to speak in the present moment as you are describing what happened… as if you are a camera recording what is happening; speaking in the third person can bring objectivity to situation.


    Libby and jolly are here not to correct you, but to simply remind you [with some flexibility] of the rocky waters of getting lost in the memories and to stay in the now… as in the gift or gem that comes with the story. Remember, it is all about balance.


    Standing in our power is so much fun. Come join us in this inflowment of empowerment.

  • 01:13

    Never Argue with a Dead Person: True Stories from the Other Side: Thomas John

    in Books

    Thomas John:  You’ve seen him featured on The Dr. Phil Show, Bravo’s Million Dollar Listing, The Real Housewives of New York, and Entertainment Tonight, and featured in New York Magazine, The Wall Street Journal, The New York Post, GQ, Maxim, OK! Magazine, The Hollywood Reporter, and Life and Style Weekly.


    Manhattan Medium Thomas John joins us today to talk about his new #1 Best-Selling Book - Never Argue with a Dead Person: True and Unbelievable Stories from the Other Side (Hampton Roads Publishing).  Thomas shares with us fifteen fascinating stories of what happens when clients ask him to contact their dead friends and relatives.


    Above all, "this is a book filled with comfort, love, forgiveness, and hope. For Thomas John, death is not the end, it is just the beginning. Our friends and relatives are still with us. They care for us. They watch over us. And, in times of particular need, they offer us their help."


    Connect with Thomas at:  http://www.mediumthomas.com/


    Order on Amazon at-  http://www.amazon.com/Never-Argue-Dead-Person-Unbelievable/dp/1571747249


    Connect with Deb at:  http://www.DebScott.com

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