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Hi Y'all! Today, Riley and Brian will be discussing the inherent "gifts" of each type. Naturally, each type comes with is a set of inherent gifts and potential liabilities due to the type's focus of attention (which we covered in our last show).
Today, we will be focusing on each type's gifts, reflecting to the listener the positive attributes that can be associated with each type. This listen will be especially great for managers, team listeners, and those interested in better understanding what some of their inherent gifts are to the world.
We will also be finishing up our last discussion, covering the focus' of attention for the Type Eights and Type Nines.
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A Theory of Cooking II is in its development stages!Yes there will be a sequel to A Theory of Cooking!The book is a Life Skills book offering easy to preparerecipes!We have created recipes over the past few years thatMarquel and I like and enjoyed!We would like to share the gallery of recipes withyou at Blurb.com!They will feature the book in our online Bookstore!
A theory of parenting presents A theory of music!A theory of parenting is proud to add A theory of music to our program.Each month we will feature one music show.We will personally select a piece of music or song to showcase on our show.A theory of parenting is dedicated to addressing musical expression, the influenceof music, the affects of music, the impact of music and exposure, lyrical content, and music theory.This week we will feature a song written and performed by Tammi Joyner.The song i
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If you are pre-diabetic or have type 2 diabetes and you'll like to reverse this condition and improve your situation - don't miss this show. Robert Ferguson has helped thousands of people take hold of type 2 diabetes and improve their situation. You'll also learn how type 2 diabetes can eat potatoes, bread and pasta and improve their fasting blood glucose and Hemoglobin A1c.
Sunday at 5:30 pm PST / 7:30 pm CST / 8:30 pm EST Dr. D Ivan Young explores nature vs. nature. We've all heard of Myers Briggs and personality types helping people identify their right career path, but can a person's inert typing screw up their chances for a lasting and happy love life? Can understanding the dynamics of personality empower you to correct the personality flaws you were born with? Joining the conversation is Rose Mattran, Ed.D., Certified Executive Coach. Dr. Mattran earned a doctorate from Rutgers University, and served as the Director of the New Jersey School of the Arts. Her research in creativity and creative problem solving led her to her current role as a respected and successful Executive Coach. Rose and her husband, Don, opened an executive search firm in 1987. Over the last 26 years they have placed mid to senior-level executives with global clients. In 2010 they rebranded to The Mattran Group, allowing the firm to incorporate Rose’s Executive Coaching experience as a valued service for clients. Rose received her coaching training from the College of Executive Coaching and is a Certified MBTI Practitioner. She is a member of the International Coaching Federation, International Career Development Association, and has served as coach and consultant to clients across the country. Call in to have Dr. Young and Dr. Mattran tell you more about your personality type and how it could be affecting your love life! (Take a free MBTI test online prior if you don't know your type).
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The Superman Years: The Emotional Life of a Parent Caring for a Child with Type 1 Diabetes
Join host Tami Neumann as she welcomes author and Superman Parent Linda Rupnow Buzogany. Tami and Linda talk about the emotions parents go through when learning that their child has been diagnosed with a major illness.
After Linda, a Licensed Professional Counselor came out of the fog of the first year after diagnosis she began to write the book she had been looking for. A book from someone that had been through the emotional trials and tribulations. Linda shares her families emotional journey through Type 1 Diabetes in an open and refreshingly honest fashion.
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Roy Masters reads from Alexis de Tocqueville's book, "Democracy in America," and talks about the Critical Race Theory.
Callers: A man is calling back about prostate cancer.
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Originally aired: July 18, 2013 – Hour 1
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Philosopher Dr. Diana Hsieh spoke with Dr. Paul Hsieh about "Highlights from the Personality Theory Workshop" in this episode of Philosophy in Action Radio. In early October, I gathered a few close friends in Atlanta to discuss the ins and outs of personality theory. We focused on various theories of personality, as well as the effects of personality differences at work, in parenting, in personal relations, and in activism. In this episode, my husband Paul and I will share the highlights. Dr. Paul Hsieh is a physician in practice in South Denver. He is the co-founder of Freedom and Individual Rights in Medicine (FIRM). He has written scores of op-eds, mostly on health care policy, as well as articles for The Objective Standard. He blogs offbeat tech news at GeekPress. To download or feed a high-quality version of this episode, plus show notes and other details, visit its archive page. For more from Dr. Diana Hsieh on the application of rational principles to the challenges of real life, visit PhilosophyInAction.com.
A Theory of Parenting has created a BookClub. We will review books from our guest gaugeing with a rateing system values, from 1 to 5. We will talk about Chapters discussed in the book.
Today's Title and Author Michele Sfakianos author of The 411 on Step Parenting.
The book is geared towards a Blending Family. It is a guide that helps with the do's and don'ts when entering a new family as a Step Parent. It also gives details about expectations. The book coaches in a way as to not over do it, giving the children a chance to adjust to the new family unit. It has a chapter on child support which entails payment and non payment procedures. The book is full of information for the Combined Family subtopics like discipline, communications and visitation. We rate the book a 3.