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Learning through Appreciating Failure
Host Elise Marquam Jahns will speak with Matt Hunt, CEO and Founder of Strategy and Innovation consulting firm Stanford & Griggs.
Every discipline from scientists, entrepreneurs, and even artists use trial and error to move their work forward. But as we grow up, we begin to perceive that we have more to lose from “failure” than we have to gain. The result is that innovation stagnates and we don’t learn from our failures because we are too intent on covering them up. Individuals and organizations that recognize this head on are able to outlearn and outgrow their competition.
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Nina Foxx is an award-winning filmmaker, playwright, and novelist. She writes as both Nina Foxx and Cynnamon Foster. Her work has appeared on numerous bestseller lists around the country, and her films have won awards at the Sundance Film Festival, the Tribeca Film Festival, Cannes, and the Rome InternationalFilm Festival. Originally from Jamaica, New York, she lives with her family near Seattle, Washington, where she works in Human-Computer interaction for a major software company.
La Jill Hunt is a native of Mobile, AL who burst onto the literary scene in 2003 with her debut novel, Drama Queen. The memorable characters she created and the entertaining stories she told quickly drew best-selling success and a following of fans, young and old. Although known for her urban chic-lit novels, she has also contributed to the street anthology series Around the Way Girls, and penned an urban romance Another Sad Love Song.
Curtis Bunn is an award-winning sports journalist in Washington, D.C. (his hometown), New York and Atlanta, Curtis made the transition in 2001 to novelist and has been crafting in-depth, humorous, insightful, smart stories that have become favorites of avid readers and book clubs across the country.
From Essence No. 1 bestselling Baggage Check to the most recent The Old Man In The Club (and everything in between), his books resonate with those who enjoy realistic stories that evoke all the emotions and are can’t-put-down works. He created the National Book Club Conference in 2003, and it has since evolved into one of the premier annual literary events that support African-American authors and readers (www.nationalbookclubconference.com).
D"Marcus Glasper writes poetry that touches the soul.
JT Wynn book is collection of poetry that deals with a heartbroken teen.
Join me and my panel as we review The round of 16 as the US Open Cup Committee moves it up and becomes Fifth Round Proper. We talk to those coaches or supporters of the clubs that have won and move towards the Quarterfinals in the 2014 Lamar Hunt US Open Cup.
Dexter Allen grew up in Mississippi and began playing guitar at age 12. After years of performing in Gospel Groups, Dexter began playing blues & R&B and landed a gig with Bobby Rush.
Dexter's new album, BluezOf My Soul is comprised of 11 original tunes with special guests sprinkled throughout.
I will chat with Dexter about his life and the new album and we will check out the tunes.
Kelley Hunt was born in Kansas City and immersed in the sounds of blues, R&B, roots rock, jazz and Gospel and the music has never stopped.
Kelley has recorded 6 albums, the latest entitled The Beautiful Bones, a collection of 12 songs all written or co-written by Ms Hunt.
I will chat with Kelley about her road, and the challenges she has faced along the way, whicle we listen to songs from the new album.
Blues411 Report with Chefjimi Patricola returns after a month away.. Lots to talk about indeed!
Finally...COUCH KID NEW MUSIC Selwyn Birchwood brings his Alligator Records debut, Don't Call No Ambulence, a week before it drops!
Aprille Franks-Hunt is an author, speaker, life & business advisor, as well as a multi-faceted business professional, who walked away from a successful career to pursue her passion of inspiring women beyond motivation. Her book, Confessions of an Independent Woman: Truth, Lies & Relationships releases fall 2011. Aprille is natural born leader and the Creator/CEO of Women Recharged, a powerful movement designed to spread the global message of transformation through Aprille’s compelling LIVE, LEARN, and THRIVE mantra.
Aprille is also embedded in the business community consulting with small business owners, speaking at conferences, events and workshops. Aprille’s tenacity and determination also landed her first national speaking engagement on the stage of Women for Hire’s CEO, Tory Johnson’s Spark & Hustle Women’s Business Conference in Atlanta, Ga. As a result she has been sought after by other organizations to deliver her candid messages to women on a vast array of topics.
Singer Songwriter, International Teacher, Therapist and Speaker, Native Spiritualist and Hospice Nurse. A severe car accident brought her to Vibrational Medicine and showed her how to use the gifts that were uniquely hers in the healing environment. She has fine-tuned the music teaching that she grew up with, to walk hand in hand with the healing techniques that she has learned from both her Native American background and her esoteric teachings. She holds all beings in a place of unconditional love and her goal is to self empower others to learn of their own personal power and abilities to heal and grow. Her CD, "Eyes Of Light", was created with spiritual guidance to assist the chakra and energy centers to reconnect and open up the communication. www.vibrationallysound.com
The Awakenings Radio Show is Your place for insight, tools and the 411 to track & navigate the Path of Awakening, Soul Alignment, Healing, Self Development, Spirituality, the Planetary Shift and Ascension.
Awakenings broadcasts live every Wed. 12pm -1:30 pm PT Call in for Psychic Channeled Guidance, with your questions and to share. #347-539-5122 Michele gives a talk every week and answers listener's questions; as well as does readings for callers from 12 pm – 12:45 pm
Through Awakenings you can get the support and tools to make the changes to live more fulfilled, authentic, Soul connected and prosperous Email email@example.com to get your questions answered on air; or for guest and topic suggestions.
The Hunt: The pursue to get to the first date to get to the commitment. In the dating aspect there is a lot to account for. One must pursue potential interest. If the potential shows interest, a possible date can be scheduled. After dating someone, a person begins to think whether or not this could lead to something bigger, such as a higher level of commitment. However, the commitment factor can throw a curve ball in anybodys' plans if they are looking for the same level commitment.
Is it okay for a woman to pursue a man to get a relationship and marriage? Have standards been lowered in searching for someone to obtain a relationship? Is it okay for women to share a man in a committed relationship? Is guys having too options in women a good or bad thing? Being that when a man has so many options in women, is it hard for him to give it all up? When in a relationship with someone and you know they have these options, is it hard to have a commitment? When knowing the person you are in love with do not share the same commitment, should you settle or find a way to help them improve their commitment towards you?
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