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Kirk Stange discusses the role of a divorce coach with special guest, Deborah Moskovitch. Ms. Moskovitch is a Divorce Coach, Author and Speaker located in Tornoto, Ontario. Deborah founded The Smart Divorce, a suppor organization for those facing a divorce. In addition, she authored a book titled The Smart Divorce. To find more information about Deborah Moskovitch, you can visit her website.
Stange Law Firm, PC is a family law focused firm with offices located throughout Missouri and Illinois. You can learn more about St. Louis Divorce Lawyers and St. Louis Family Law Attorneys by calling 1-855-805-0595 or visiting us online.
Derrick Worsley grew up with a father in the Army, which acclimated him somewhat to the military lifestyle as a child. However, it was never consciously engrained that he would follow in his father’s footsteps, nor did he have an understanding of the sacrifices involved in participating in the military. When his attempts at college proved unfruitful, he found that he felt a calling to join in his father’s legacy and so enlisted in the army.
While in the army, Worsley served tours in Iraq, Afghanistan, and other foreign countries. It was there that he had to adapt to a variety of cultures. Worsley describes his Army experience as making him “whole” in a way that made him more mature, grounded, and responsible. It was in fact his leaders within the Army that inspired him to continue his education to what eventually constituted a Masters degree. That education was applied to entrepreneurship, which took the form of an online company, DCdiscountOutlet.com, LLC.
As an actor he is a host of DIY Network’s “I Want That” and a recurring role on ABC’s “Nashville.” Tyler Perry’s studio brought him in for “The Have and Havenots” and he’s also done a variety of commercial work with many other projects in the pipeline. Currently, he’s working behind the scenes on Plus Size Diva’s the Musical and Movie and will also portray the character of an arrogant businessman George Lamiry.
What is the role of the Black Church today?
Dr. Claud Anderson in his book PowerNomics begins an important discussion on the Black Church.
We had Mr. Rayfel Coyle, IT Business owner and Mr. Eric Pierre, CPA visiting with us on the show.
I enjoyed the interaction and look forward to implementing effective strategies that make a difference in the lives and business of our listeners and the National Black Business Alliance.
This week on Mom Talk Radio, Scott Cohn, life-long doodler and author of Daddy Sat On A Duck, shares the inspiration for his “Daddy” series of books. Spotlight on Moms features Sarah Cooksey of JustAnotherMomStory.com. Dr. Garth Graham, president of the Aetna Foundation, shares tips for gamifying fitness for your kids. Elizabeth Gorcey, author of Going to the Park, shares how her daughter Liv inspires the book series. Christine Knight, published author, public speaker and teacher, shares how, as a society, we can provide better role models for girls and young women.
What is a Role Model? Seems like an easy answer -- someone that inspires you. But there may be more permutations than that, so we thought we'd explore it a little more deeply, starting off with perhaps the mother of all role models, Eleanor Roosevelt. I met Shannon Butler when she gave me a tour of Val-Kill, Mrs. Roosevelt's private home. I was inspired by Shannon's enthusiam, knowledge & apparent joy in imparting it. That gives us a glimpse into what a role model can do.
Shannon graduated from SUNY New Paltz with a degree in history and is pursuing that further at University at Albany. She has worked on all that while working as a National Park Ranger! She calls herself all all-American Hudson Valley girl.
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Producer: Robert A. K. Gonyo of Go See a Show
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Most people go about their daily life very unconscious about how their actions and behavior are creating their reality. They are on autopilot not really paying much attention to the choices they are making on a daily basis. When you learn to engage the Witness Self, the Detached Observer you will learn to view your thoughts, emotions and experiences from a higher perspective and have greater healing and awareness.
Join us for this second part of "From Self Loathing to Self Loving" and find out how engaging the Witness Self can bring you closer to Self Love.
There are so many social dynamics to creating and sustaining healthy and productive relationships, so how do you know that you're doing what you're suppose to do to ensure that those things are happening? Who sets those paramaters? On Wed, April 1st we will talk about knowing your role, and being able to define your role in relationships.
In romantic relationships, parenting, business, friendship etc, do you know your role, and how is your role defined? As a spouse, are you you playing your role? As a parent are you playing your role? As an employee/business person, are you playing your role? As a friend, are you playing your role? Are these roles defined by you or the people you're in these relationships with? Let's talk about it on Darryel's Daily Dialouge...."where positive words, manifest positve action."
When teens speak, do people listen?
Natalie, age 18, described her role model as a person with “a clear sense of what is important to her, putting forth the effort to improve and create things that will make a difference.” When Samira, also 18, feels “lazy, tired, or just plain annoyed,” she thinks of her role model and “is motivated to start working again.”
Natalie and Samira were part of my research study on how young people develop the skills, abilities, and motivation to become engaged citizens. They and 42 other college students recalled stories of their childhoods and adolescence and the kind of people who inspired them.
Role models come into young people’s lives in a variety of ways. They are educators, civic leaders, mothers, fathers, clergy, peers, and ordinary people encountered in everyday life. This study showed that being a role model is not constrained to those with fancy titles or personal wealth. In fact, students were quick to state that “a true role model is not the person with the best job title, the most responsibility, or the greatest fame to his or her name.” Anyone can inspire a child to achieve their potential in life.
Catholics are often accused of worshipping Mary, which is totally untrue. We honor her. We worship God alone. Join Catholic speaker and author Gary Zimak as he discusses the role of Mary in the Church. In addition, we'll look at the gospel from Wednesday of the 4th Week of Easter. There's a lot of "Good News" contained in this episode of The Gary Zimak Show. Be sure not to miss it!
What is the role of the laity in the mission of the Church? Although we often don't realize it, we have a very important role to play. Join Catholic speaker and author Gary Zimak as he continues his walk through the Cathechism of the Catholic Church by exploring this important topic. In addition, Gary will read and discuss the gospel from today's daily Mass. Hope you can tune in!
Why the need for deacons?
The First deacons Acts 6:1-6
The function and role of a deacon in the church, community and the world
Are bishops "glorified deacons?"
Are they clergy or laymen?
Can a woman be a deacon?
Can deacons preach?
The 2015 COAAB Syllabus will cover the role of the diaconate and answer questions about the Office and Ministry of Deacons in the church.
Come and Let us REASON together!