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Dr. Ramona Hollie-Major, EdD, MBA, Certified Life Coach aka “The Co-Pilot” is a results-oriented leader, educator, transformational coach, philanthropist, speaker, and writer. As a senior executive, she has coached and mentored both entry and management level staff to realize their goals. Leadership Programs for Aspiring and New Leaders is her passion and Signature Series.
In addition, Dr. Hollie-Major has been coaching and mentoring young adults and college students for over fifteen years. She has experience in preschool, elementary, higher education, program development and management, and training.
Dr. Hollie-Major provides guidance to individuals going through transitions in their life. On a personal level, Ramona has gone through a number of significant life transitions over the years; relocation, adult learner, career change, and single motherhood. She empowers people to discover and achieve their goals and ultimate success as they move forward. Her technique is “action-oriented” and applied from a “systematic” framework to enhance the lives of her clients. Transformational coaching is rewarding to her knowing that she is making a difference in the lives of others. Dr. Hollie-Major is currently creating educational and leadership based products and programs devoted to helping others discover and achieve their goals and ultimate success.
In September 2014, she coauthored her first book The Art of Activation. This book was written to provide you with action steps to success no matter what success looks like for you: success in business, attaining wealth, having loving and harmonious relationships; helping the less fortunate; or your personal health and wellness.
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Do you feel like you have so much information in your brain that it comes spilling out your ears from the overflow? Or maybe your brain feels so stuffed that you can't imagine it holding another piece of data.
In today's episode, Productivity Coach and Master Organizer, Janice Russell, will highlight a variety of ways to capture support and reference information. She will reveal how capturing data in ways that make sense to you will free your brain for other activities.
La’Ticia Nicole often says, “I am just a girl from Detroit, MI who had dreams of success.” In 1992, she moved to NC with $15, four outfits and a dream. The thought of being what others said she would become gave her the perseverance to gain admittance to Livingstone College. Her passion for helping people led her to transfer to Winston Salem State University where she graduated with a BS in Nursing with honors. La’Ticia Nicole furthered her education by receiving a MBA. The two degrees allowed her to become an Executive Director in the long-term care industry thus accentuating her desire & passion for helping others. She credits her success to God, her mother, grandmother & a loving family who instilled strong morals, values and work ethics. The term “entrepreneur” doesn't begin to describe who she is. She is a giver. Her strong desire to empower, promote self-awareness and self-esteem throughout the community lead her to create the nonprofit organization Professional Divas, Inc. Her platform, La’Ticia Nicole #SpeakLife, has allowed her to motivate others by simply speaking life into the dead areas that cause people to feel broken and angry.
Dr. Hollie-Major aka “The Co-Pilot” is a results-oriented leader, educator, transformational leadership coach, philanthropist, speaker, & writer. She has a leadership approach that embodies developing the mind, body & spirit. Leadership programs for emerging & new leaders is her passion & Signature Series. She empowers people to discover & achieve their goals & ultimate success as they move forward. Her technique is “action-oriented” and applied from a “systematic” framework to enhance the lives of her clients.
No pay, no game - Unprofessional behaviour of artistes chases away major record labels.The '70s,'80s and early '90s were the glory days of Jamaican music, with several of the island's artistes inking record deals with esteemed and internationally acclaimed recording labels, including Island Records, CBS Records, Colombia Records, EMI, Rolling Stones Records, among others. Fast-forward to 2015, one can't help but wonder, where have all the major labels gone?
Veteran entertainment manager Copeland Forbes believes major labels severed ties with Jamaican artistes because of unprofessionalism and a lack of vision. The effect of the anti-Jamaican music campaign led by the homosexual community was also brought under the microscope.
According to the man who has represented icons like Beres Hammond, Gregory Isaacs, The Wailers, Peter Tosh, Ziggy Marley, Sugar Minott, among others, during his career, Jamaican artistes need to be taught proper business ethics and attitude. He also credited Shaggy's success to his ability to make good business decisions.
"Some of these artistes, if you tell them to go overseas to do some promotions, if dem nah get paid, dem nah guh. Mi see me and Shaggy just reach New York from Japan on a 15-hour flight and he received a call saying his song just took off in England and they needed him to make an appearance. The same night, Shaggy took a flight to England and it was free because it's promotion. But some of these artistes won't do that. Dem a guh tell yu sey dem have to go home to eat, and do this and that. So the major labels are there to help us, but we must pull our weight too," he said
Join Ej Garr and Corey D Roberts on Sunday March 1st, 2015 from 7pm - 8:30pm EST for this week's episode of Major League Fantasy Sports Radio sponsored by the Sports Palooza Radio network. We will be taking live callers at 646.915.8596 during the show. Our topics will be minor league pitchers/hitters who will have an impact this season in the majors the first half of the show, and the 1st base position the second half of the show.
Our guests this week include Bryan Luhrs, Kyle Amore, and Lou Landers. Bryan is the owner of Real Deal Dynasty Sports and a writer with MLFS. His articles publish every Saturday morning. Kyle Amore is a writer with MLFS, and his artilces publish every Tuesday morning. Lou Landers is a veteran writer with MLFS, and his articles publish every Wednesday morning.
DHS shutdowns. Town hall meetings. Injunctions. More injunctions. Detentions. 2016 candidates weighing in on immigration. We will cover with Juan Escalante, our Tumblr editor.
Later in the show, César Vargas of UPLIFT joins us to discuss the latest comments actor Michelle Rodríguez made about minorities in Hollywood and his opinion piece about them.
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Former WWE & ECW Champion- "The Whole F'n Show" joins the gang LIVE! What has RVD been up to since his most recent stint in WWE? Will he be back any time soon? Listen in as we talk to "Mr. Monday Night!"
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Spring Training is underway in Arizona and Florida, and Major League Baseball is already making Outsports headlines. First, a Christian former talk show host claimed he was able to turn a gay man straight with kindness and Chicago Cubs tickets. Then, New York Met Daniel Murphy said that homosexuality is a sin and he's against the lifestyle of openly gay former MLB Player Billy Bean "100%." This was in conjunction with Bean practicing with the team as a gesture of inclusion.
Is this the new direction we're headed with baseball and other pro sports, where Christians become more emboldened to speak out against gay people? Or are these the last gasps of homophobia as we seek to make sports more welcoming for all?
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