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Courage is the theme of tonight's show. Harriet Tramer has written a book called Racing to Heaven which tells of a teenaged girls development through her relationship with a horse named Big Red. The relationship between young girls and horses has been explored over the years but Harriet's take as well as her writing style draw readers in. We'll discuss the courage displayed within the book as well as the courage to write as writing is a courageous pursuit in and of itself.
Next, we'll talk to another writer, Sherry Shoemaker. In her book, Courage to Climb: 12 Women Surmount the Impossible, she tells the story of 11 women (and includes her own story) who have overcome devastation from crippling poverty to domestic violence to the death of a child. She shares what gave these women the courage to not just survive but to ultimately survive!
On this episode of Conversations in the Zone, I'm chatting with Gregg Pawlowski. Gregg's passion is to equip non-profit leaders to fully fund their mission. He's worked with organizations across the country to increase their fundraising capacity, helping to raise millions of dollars to increase mission impact. As a fundraising coach, consultant, trainer and speaker, he specializes in fundraising and leadership development, having served scores of successful leaders in the non-profit and for profit sectors.
His diverse background is a blend of over 30 years of non-profit and business executive leadership experience, leading organizations to higher performance. Combining his passion and experience with being a Professional Certified Coach (PCC), he is uniquely qualified to help leaders and their organizations achieve accelerated fundraising results. He is the founder of BreakThru Fundraising and works with a broad variety of faith-based and community non-profits across the country. He also served as a Leadership Coach in the MBA and Executive MBA programs at the Terry College of Business at the University of Georgia.
Born in Buffalo, New York, Gregg loves to learn, having attended Rochester Institute of Technology's School of Business and countless seminars and workshops. He is very happily married to his wife Josie, has six adult children and nine grandchildren, and resides in Sugar Hill, Georgia. He enjoys family time, being a handyman, reading, hiking and backpacking.
For more information about Gregg and the work he loves, visit http://www.breakthrufundraising.com.
BOur featured guest today is Brenda Wakefield the CEO/President of Hands of Choice Massage & Wellness, LLC inIrving,Texas. In additon she holds a Master's, Bachelor's and associate degrees. Brenda's desire & passioon has led her to where she is today with belief in taking care of your mind, body and spirit. She loves to share this passion with others and love the opportunity to help people feel better through touch and education. She understands the tagline " YOUR HEALTH IS YOUR WEALTH". Contsistently, she helps people to renew, relax, revive, & rejuvenate. Her prime clientele are those who are emotionally or physically stressed, in pain, tense, or fatigued.
Benefits of Massage
Experts estimate that upwards ninety percent of disease is stress-related. And perhaps nothing ages us faster, internally and externally, than high stress. Massage is an effective tool for managing this stress, which translated into: Decreased anxiety, Enhanced sleep quality, Greater energy, Improved concentration, increased circulation, and reduce fatigue.
Come join us and find out more about how Brenda can help you with your health/wellness.
Harriet P. Harrison
Business Leaders Website:www.emwomenglobalnetwork.net
WHAT IS THE REAL REASON WHY BLACK PEOPLE LIKE TO FOLLOW DEAD LEADERS & PHILOSOPHIES? IS IT A WAY TO PAY HOMAGE? WHY DOES BLACK PEOPLE HAVE A PROBLEM FOLLOWING LIVE LEADERS? DO WE BLACK PEOPLE NEED LEADERS TODAY? WHAT DO LEADERS CONTRIBUTE TO THE FUTURE? FIND OUT THE ANSWERS TO ALL OF THESE QUESTIONS TONIGHT AT 9:30PM ON FUTURE OF MENTELLECT RADIO (BLOGTALK) FEAT THE INTEL.NUBN MENKARAYZZ/MFA
Towanda M. Allen has spent 20+ years loving and caring for children. Towanda is dedicated to remind Mothers and Daughters of their true essence, how to love and care for themselves regardless of life circumstances. Her motto: "DREAMS come true! Stay prayerful, BE positive and keep moving!!"
Towanda joins us to discuss her new book:
I Am a Leader for a Great Tomorrow: An Inspirational Journal for the Next Generation
What if you had the tools and knew how to use them, would you be willing to improve not just your life, but the lives of your daughters?
Being a leader requires self-awareness and personal growth; if all leaders had taken the time for this very important journey, imagine how they could really change the world!
'I am a Leader for a Great Tomorrow' provides a journal for pre-teens and teens to walk through the journey of personal growth through inspiration, motivation and personal commentary by the Author. This journal is unique in that it asks specific questions related to each motivational subject (such as integrity) and asks the reader to write about how they enacted this characteristic in a particular moment of their day.
This is an excellent gift for any pre-teen or teen looking to make a difference in the lives of others as well as their own.
Visit - ?http://www.towandamallen.com/
Connect with Deb at: http://www.DebScott.com
Minister Michelle worked for the Commonwealth of Penna. for 27 years working her way from a Clerk to Manager. After receiving her call for ministry she took a leap of faith and retired September 2000.
She has completed course studies at Palmer Theological Seminary receiving certificates of Biblical Studies, Christian Studies and a Diploma of Biblical and Theological Studies in the Eastern School of Christian Ministry program. She is also a graduate of the Clergy Development Institute; Rev. Dr. Damon Jones, Dean.
Minister Michelle is the second daughter of The Church of the Redeemer Baptist to be licensed by Rev. Dr. Wayne E. Croft Sr. She served at St. Matthew UMC in both ministerial and administrative capacities. Currently she is an associate minister at Greater Enon Missionary Baptist Church, Pastor Michael Smith Senior Pastor, and Chaplain and teacher for Redeemer Institute of Christian Education.
She is a conference and retreat speaker and has also had the privilege of ministering in Ghana, West Africa. She is a member of The Women’s Fellowship of Philadelphia, Daughters of Thunder, Women on the Wall Ministry, Fellowship of Women Clergy, Pa. Eastern Keystone Baptist Association and Philadelphia Baptist Association. She spreads the gospel of Christ through preaching and teaching, creative dance, and writing. She is a self-published author, formerly a contributing columnist for Divine Inspiration Magazine, a contributing writer for the book “Beautiful and Fearfully Made” and a recipient of the National Black Authors Tour, Christian Writers Award. She has had several radio interviews and interviewed on Praise The Lord at TBN.
She is currently employed at Moorestown Friends School. She is the mother of two children & five beautiful grandchildren. She is always excited, humbled and is blessed whenever God calls her to ministry.
This episode is a conversation with Middleweight and Vintage Class racer, David Rutherford. David recounts his 2014 run for glory up on the cruelest mountain in all of professional motorsport. We also hear a bit about the storied history of America's 2nd oldest motor race, hanging with the lad from Lincolnshire, Guy Martin and the unique challenge of racing against the clock while climbing nearly 5,000 feet in 12.4 miles, all the way to the 14,000 feet summit of Pikes Peak. And of course, The Bird and Poet kick it all off with some bits and bobs about the passion we all share for two-wheeled adventure of the internal combustion persuasion.
The Yehudah Project has dedicated ourselves to building the nation of our people. Hebrew Israelites known as the descendants of the transatlantic slave trade scattered all over the world. We are attempting to establish communication between the different leaders of the Hebrew Nation, encouraging our christian, muslin, and other brothers and sisters to join in on our conversation.
We are a nation of people who have adapted to every culture we have been assimilated into,ignoring our own language, culture and land. We have a responsibility to cry loud and spare not! It is time to pay attention to the signs, we are moving toward our deliverance and return back to our own land.
We want to recognize and appreciate each other through love, support and accountability, while taking responsibility for our behaviors and actions. STOP the abuse between the Hebrew Man and the Hebrew Woman,children are won through the union of the Hebrew Man and the Hebrew Woman. Let's remember our children learn what they live!
Let Us Start Preparing To Go Back to Our Own Land!! Israel
in Self Help
In Courage to Climb, Author and Life Coach Sherry Shoemaker takes readers on a cathartic journey that echoes this universal experience of sharing with others so that we may find the necessary confidence within ourselves for meeting life’s challenges. 12 women — including Shoemaker herself — reveal the biggest tests of their lives and how they turned them into successes.
Join Filomena A. Iorio-Tasoluk as she interviews Sherry Shoemaker and Thomasine Landis. They will talk about how they relied on their inner strength to see them through the bad and to transform themselves into stronger, better people.
To learn more about Author and Life Coach, Sherry Shoemaker, please visit: www.voiceofassurance.com
This is part 2 in the series Be Seen and heard. Today's focus is on the use of Social Media. You spend money for ads, for websites, for marketing materials; you spend money to set up your image to the world - but what you really are paying for, is the opportunity to be seen and heard. Before you spend another dollar to get the word out there, let's deconstruct from the results backwards because the end does justify the means.
RESULTS MATTER! The end DOES justify the means. If your goal is to get your message out there, about YOUR products, services, opportunities, then - no matter how fantastic, how awesome, how better than the rest; if no one knows about it, no money flows!
Ads, websites, marketing collateral; these are just SOME of the ways entrepreneurs and leaders get the word out to the public and invite them to consider their offer. There are multiple ways to get a message out, and those who are wise, test and tweak and engage multiple sensory options with their target market.
This series explores Getting SEEN and HEARD via:
Part 1 Press Coverage
Part 2 The use of Social Media
Part 3 Getting Comfy Presenting LIVE at Events
Part 4 Reuptation Marketing. Your Public Image
Wednesday, Aug 6, 6pm EDT: This evening's radio show will be a call-in show with host of A Better World Radio, Mitchell Jay Rabin.
We will scan the planetary systems in place from this elevated view and see how we can intercede most effectively in this lower consciousness with a laugh or two, perhaps a tear or two, and seek to nudge the human species "upward and forward", in terms of mindfulness but beyond mindfulness, to a place of a new space of human potential, moving into the pre-frontal cortex and the heartspace of coherence where we can burst forward with appreciation, gratitude, compassion and love as we look out, from this purview, at the world we've created.
All are invited to call in and ask questions or comment.
Mitchell is a holistic psychotherapist, communication consultant, acupuncturist, Stress Management Consultant, Workshop leader, Host & Producer of A Better World Radio & TV & eco-entrepreneur.
Mitchell has chapters in several books, such as The Code, The Fire from Heaven and The New Heart at Work.
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He additionally writes for Natural News and the Huffington Post.
Tune in & become part of the conversation. Creating a better world starts at home, starts with reflection, vision, conversation, then builds community & emanates out from there.
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