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Happy Tuesday Blogtalk Listeners,
In the age of Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Google+, Pinterest and so on, many people start grassroot campaigns and use "social media" to get the word out.
While the use of social media, helped our president get elected, is social media activism real?
Trust me, I've emailed or signed online petitions too. Sent money to groups, but I have never gone face to face,door to door, out in the community to reach the people. Many of us stay hidden behind our computers believing that we are helping. Are we?
Come and Pour the T with Me today about "Social Media Activism" Does it help or hurt?
Tune in today at 11:30am. The number to call in is: 347-633-9497
What's on your "Bucket List?" What's stopping you from achieving it?
We all have dreams, goals,desires that we are aching to accomplish, so let's talk abou it, what's on your "Bucket List"
Come and Pour the T with me today at 12:30pm
The call in number is: 347-633-9497
What is your relationship like with your mother? Should mothers and daughters be friends? How does having a positive self image aid in the raising of a wonderfully self aware daughter? Moms/Daughters call in and let's talk about it.
Come and Pour the T with me. Today at 5pm. 347-633-9497
Yesterday I lost my "Will" That's right, my best friend got married. (I'm Grace and he's Will, therefore, lost my "Will" get it?? HaHa) He married an awesome woman and I am so happy for both of them
However, his marriage has got me thinking about a lot of things. Some of which I would like to share today on the show.
Weddings, Wedding Etiquete and Observations!! So many wonderful things happened yesterday and some interesting things too,
Come and Pour the T with me today at 2pm.
The number to cal lin the show is: 347-633-9497
This will be a remix of a previous topic, of course with new insights. I have spoken about differences in 20th century thinkers and 21st century thinkers.
However, I would like to go a bit more in-depth today. What's it like to grow up in 2014? Are we robbing our children of a real childhood or refusing to "roll with the punches?"
Come and Pour the T with me today at 3:30pm.
Are we rasing our children right? Setting the proper examples? Giving them a better world than was given to us?
Call in and discuss: 347-633-9497
I tackled this topic last year and had some great conversations about it. So let's go there again. Gentrification, Part 2. The REMIX!! The New Detroit? Or is it just a way of running all the "minorities" out of the city?
What's the update on the gentrification of Detroit? What are your thoughts on Gentriification? What does Gentrification mean? How does it effect the poor citizens of Detroit? How has gentrification worked in other major US cities?
Come and Pour the T with me on Gentrificaiton Today at 2pm.
Lets discuss!! Call in: 347-633-9497
Happy Monday Everyone and Welcome to "Come and Pour the T with Me"
Today's topic will be very broad. But in light of many things going on in my life, I have to ask the question, "When is it time to let it go?" When do you give up the ghost and just say, "This is not going to work. or This is not going to happen."
How long do you work towards a goal, a life, or dream that seems like it will never happen?
Come and Pour the T with Me Today at 4:00pm, EST.
The number to call in is: 347-633-9497
The chat room will also be open so feel free to log in and leave a message or join the conversation.
I have tackled this topic in round about ways, speaking on gender roles, being a Black Woman and talking about my experiences with men. And while I am hesistant to discuss this topic, I will do it once and let it go.
Is there a "war" between Black Men and Black Women? Do we love each other, hate each other or just tolerate each other?
Why are there so many examples of Black Men and Black Women just not getting along? Or is it all media hype and we are really no different from any other group?
Let's discuss. Black Men vs. Black Women? Come and Pour the T with me today at 3pm.
The number to call in is: 347-633-9497
Simon T. Bailey is a leadership catalyst, whose expertise equips emerging leaders with tips, tools and techniques on how to release potential in the world’s most important asset; people. He is the former leader of the world-renowned Disney Institute and founder of Brilliance Institute, Inc. Meetings and Conventions magazine’s cited him as one of the best keynote speakers ever heard or used, putting him in the same category as Bill Gates, General Colin Powell and Tony Robbins. Harrison College has partnered with him to launch the Simon T. Bailey Emerging Leaders Certificate for individuals corporations and organizations. He is the author of 7 books including Release Your Brilliance, Success is an Inside Job and Brilliant Service is The Bottom Line. His newest book; Shift Your Brilliance, Harness the Power of You, Inc., is receiving rave reviews and is available now. You can learn more about Simon HERE and follow him on Facebook and Twitter.
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