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It's a new episode of Building Your Network featuring the Queen of Marketing and Business in photography, Tamara Lackey. Her business background has given her an amazing foundation as a teacher, author, interviewer and some where in life she found time to be an outstanding photographer. She's also one of the few photographers who's helping photographers think about how they integrate their careers with their families, with losing focus on their most important priorities.
In this new interview Skip Cohen and Tamara talk about the challenges photographers, both new and old, face to build their business, while holding focus on all of their non-business priorities.
Lady Tamara hosts Apostle David E. Taylor, Founder of Joshua Media Ministries International and also the author of "Face To Face Appearances From Jesus" and "My Trip To Heaven", as well as other anointed Christian literature.
Apostle Taylor will discuss the ministry of healing and he will also share information about his upcoming Crusade Against Cancer on August 13-15, 2014 at 7 pm EST in Taylor, Michigan at Joshua Media Ministries International headquarters.
For more information on how you can register for the upcoming and future events, please call 1-877-THE-GLORY or go to http://www.joshuamediaministries.org.
The world can be a very demanding place. Every minute that we have is quantified into dollars and billed to us. A whole segment of society has been criminalized and targeted by law enforcement terrorists. TV programs constantly transmit worry, fear, and doubt each ad insisting you need the product they are pushing to live. In the midst of howling ghosts of a collapsing system we have got the greatest opportunity ever given to humanity. First, we must address our stress and let it go. We are defined not only by what we do but also what we will no longer do. Just say NO to legalized police terrorism. Just say NO to bandits with badges. Just say NO to the illusion of lack. Just say NO to the status quo. Just say NO to anyone who stands in the way of progress even if you are your own impediment. JUST SAY NO to anything that dis-empowers you. What do you say NO to? Call 3234100036 to 2RAW4TV and join us in this epic and progressive discussion.
Tamara Bubble talks about how she balnces hip hop and singing, her best shows, and why she Just says NO
9/18/14 @11PM EST blogtalkradio.com/2RAW4TV CALL 3234100036 TO COMMENT, ?, OR LISTEN VIA PHONE
Author Tamara Linse & the Cabin Goddess are buckling down and having a radio interview!
Like the characters in Deep Down Things, the author Tamara Linse and her husband have lost babies. They had five miscarriages before their twins were born through the help of a wonderful woman who acted as a gestational carrier. Tamara is also the author of the short story collection How to Be a Man and earned her master’s in English from the University of Wyoming, where she taught writing. Her work appears in the Georgetown Review, South Dakota Review, and Talking River, among others, and she was a finalist for Arts & Letters and Glimmer Train contests, as well as the Black Lawrence Press Hudson Prize for a book of short stories. She works as an editor for a foundation and a freelancer. Find her online at tamaralinse.com and on her blog Writer, Cogitator, Recovering Ranch Girl at www.tamara-linse.blogspot.com
Deep Down Things, Tamara Linse’s debut novel, is the emotionally riveting story of three siblings torn apart by a charismatic bullrider-turned-writer and the love that triumphs despite tragedy... -- read more
Host Cyrus Webb welcomes author Tamara Thorne to Conversations LIVE to discuss her literary journey and the new book THUNDER ROAD.
A little about Tamara - "I'm 37 years old. I was a victim of Domestic Violence when I was 16 years old. At the time my then boyfriend was in his early 20s, so i hid it from my mom because I wasnt supposed to be dating anyone that old. Because of being a victim of DV it really lowered my self-esteem. Before that relationship, I was this outgoing young lady. Afterwards I became very quiet and unsure of myself. During my 20s I made bad choices in men. I was so insecure, I felt that I didn't deserve to even be married. Although I'm still not married, I've learned within recent years my worth and I'm so proud fo myself for what i"m doing. Its like that precocious person, resilient person that I was before that relationship is back. I Have a Talk Show now, Real talk with Tamara and its main focus is to bring subjects like abuse to the forefront and My plan is to make sure this so goes national."
Are you using Emotional Intelligence (EI) effectively your personal and professional life?Guest Linda McCarrin, Professional Trainer and Coach who specializes in Conflict Management, Effective communication and Anger Management joins Tamara Leigh's TREND ON Wed. September 3rd, 2014 LIVE at 10:00 a.m. CT to share her expertise in EI as it applies to the areas of leadership, conflict / stress management, relationships, and even parenting and schools. Linda's also works with companies, organizations and individual clients to sharpen their Emotional Intelligence in the areas of relationships, Conflict Management, Effective Communication, Life/Values Alignment. She currently is the Owner and Executive Director of Ripple Effect Development in the Chicagoland area.
Linda McCarrin 708-253-5600; www.lindamccarrin.com
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On Tuesday's podcast, I reacted to the Red Sox' 4-0 loss in Baltimore on Monday night, and I strongly defended John Lackey against the idea that he is "threatening retirement." Also, I discussed the Stanley Cup Final and the NBA Finals, while closing out the show with my final thoughts on the Tom Brady "top 5 QB" argument. Listen every weekday by subscribing to "I'm Just Sayin" on iTunes
What would you do if your son or daughter came to you, looking for support, struggling with their sexuality, and needing home to be a safe place. What happens when home isn't that place or if you're the teen who feels they have no place to turn except to the streets?
Did you know that each day 1 homeless LGBT youth dies on the street every 4 hours. 6 died today. Let's put politics aside and be compassionate about people.
#yeswecan with filmmaker Sherry Kelly who joins us on Tamara Leigh's TREND ON to talk about her film "Home Isn't Always Where the Heart Is". The film is a mini-documentary that provides a factual look at the harsh reality of LGBTQ youth and a prelude to our feature film, A Place Called Home, a fictional account of an all-American girl who struggles to accept her sexuality and ends up fighting for her life. You can also get involved in their ThunderClap & GoFundMe campaigns to help homeless LGBT youth.
MC Productions is dedicated to producing thoughtful, intelligent, highly entertaining and unique films and web series. http://www.mcprods.co/home-isn-t-always-where-the-heart-is.html
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