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Our special guests, Hal Eisenberg and Patricia Budhan will discuss Spirituality and Leadership.
Hal Eisenberg is the founder and Executive Director of a non profit agency called Windows of Opportunity, Inc. – The Barbara Harmon Institute, providing young people between the ages of 6 to 24 with a healthy, safe, supportive and positive environment in which they can be encouraged to discuss themselves as persons of infinite worth and potential. Windows of Opportunity is creating a shift in what is possible for youth in the areas of leadership, empowerment, self-esteem, school performance, and career planning; a shift from disempowerment, differences, and indecision to possibility, acceptance and opportunity.
Patricia Budhan is from Queens, New York and is currently studying pre-med at Hofstra University with aspirations of being a cardiologist. She is also a Program Director for the non-profit organization called Windows of Opportunity and is coordinating a program called Shortstack. Shortstack is a self-esteem program that aims to break the rules and set new standards of the modeling industry while coaching and guiding young girls through their own personal challenges. Patricia has a spiritual upbringing and was an active youth leader at her church for many years. She brings faith and heart to all she does and to her vision of inspiring those who cross her path. Patricia enjoys helping people and providing positivity, guidance and support to whomever she meets.
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#MyRealTalkRadio Interviews Bad Girls Club: Jada Cacchilli
Jada Cacchilli is a pint size sassy spitfire hailing from Jamaica Queens, NY with familial roots in Cocoa, Florida. As a budding artist, Jada’s passion for music was born through her tumultuous upbringing as she would often find solace in listening to the music of artists who continue to inspire her today; soulful crooners Lauren Hill, India Arie, and rappers; Jay Z, Tupac, Fabolous, & Lloyd Banks. In 2011 Jada began her modeling career appearing in small ads and would later go on to appear in commercials for hair care products and music videos. Modeling earned Jada a new level of visibility and paved the way to her hosting lavish parties at Hugh Hefner’s Playboy Mansion.
In May 2014 Jada Cacchilli was introduced to the world on one of Oxygen’s top rated reality shows during Season 12 of The Bad Girls Club Chicago. Known for her northern dialect, style, and charisma, Jada quickly became Season Twelve’s fan favorite and before long was invited back to the Bad Girl’s Club by popular demand for an encore return to film The Bad Girls Club Season 13 "All Star Redemption."
Since the show, Jada has been nurturing her growth as an artist and role model. Recent music collaborations led Jada to GBK studios in Chicago with producer and artist "Saint the Good Boy". This collaboration led to the release of her first single, “Girls Around the World” through TMG Street Pride available for download on iTunes and Soundcloud.
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Join me as I interview author of I'm Still Here, Mary Magee. Listen as she tells of her heartbreaking upbringing, tumultous relationships, and various other trials and tribulations she's had to overcome.
About the Book:
This story is about a simple country girl, Mary Magee, who experiences more than her share of abuse, tragedy and disaster. But with the help of God, she is able to persevere, overcome obstacles, and boldly declare...I'm Still Here!
To purchase your own copy, click the link: amazon.com
Kute Blackson is an utterly unique visionary in the world of human potential. Unlike those who promise to simply help people “get” what they want, Kute’s life work instead reveals to people what they have to give, by liberating who they are most truly and deeply. The focus: Freedom.
Kute’s own background and experience lay out the blueprint for his approach to liberating others, setting their gifts and greatness free. Born in Ghana, West Africa, his multicultural upbringing as the child of a Japanese mother and Ghanaian father, raised in London, and on 4 different continents de?es all stereotype.
The son of a revered spiritual leader, Kute was speaking to his father's congregations, in more than 300 churches, by the age of 8. At the age of 14, he was ordained into his father's ministry and groomed to carry on the family's spiritual legacy. But his heart's truth drew him to separate from his father's ministry and come to Los Angeles in 1995.
He is a next generation world leader out to awaken millions to Love and to Living their inspired destiny.
M.I.L. (Muzik is Lyphe), embodies the true meaning of being a Hip-Hop artist. Born in Newark, New Jersey, but raised in Irvington, M.I.L .stayed focused, despite the challenges he faced living in a crime-infested urban area, and later earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration. He attributes his harsh upbringing to the strong and resilient artist and man that stands before his fans today. At the tender age of seven, M.I.L. was first drawn to rap music and listened to Straight Outta Compton, by California rap group, N.W.A.
M.I.L. states, “I wanted to pursue music after I heard that album, and at a young age, I was rapping the lyrics to their songs before I even knew that they meant. As I got older and started to understand the content, I was able to break down the songs and get more in tuned with music. From there, I wanted more.” M.I.L. notes N.W.A., Snoop Dog, Wu Tang Clan, Big L, Notorious B.I.G., 2Pac, Nas, Jay-Z, Red Man, Naughty By Nature, Kool G Rap, Rakim, AZ, Ice Cube, LL Cool J, Fabolous, The Lox, and Slaughterhouse, as his musical influences.
M.I.L.’s work ethic has landed him several opportunities to perform, including the well-known college tour, hosted by BET; Freestyle Friday, also hosted by BET; and, opening up for the LOX, Mobb Deep, Rick Ross, and Lil’ Scrappy. He has performed at many venues in New Jersey, New York, Boston, Connecticut, North Carolina and Virginia. He was recognized by Capone of Capone-N-Noreaga, when he jumped on stage during one of M.I.L.’s performances. M.I.L. was crowned at the Essex County College Hip-Hop Competition in 2011, and was featured in Unsigned Magazine in February of this year.
TPN Radio Presents the Awakening to Spirit Show with Rev. Sinlou Ingraffia.
Rev. Sinlou is the Owner and CEO of True Psychics Network LLC, an International Psychic Medium, an ordained Metaphysical Minister, Spiritual Teacher, and Reiki Master Teacher.
She is of Cherokee Heritage and was born Indigo (empathetic and intuitive with special gifts). With over 25 years of experience, she utilizes her gifts as a psychic medium by channeling, clairvoyance, clairaudience, working with Angels and tarot cards.
Sinlou is a Reiki and Shamanic Healing Practitioner, and also an ordained Metaphysical Minister from Rev. Michael Carbone, Founder and Sr. Pastor of Be The Light Metaphysical Center.
Special Guest: Eddie Mullins
Eddie has been communicating with the Angels and Spirit, since he was a small child; he has been working with Archangel Michael since the age of 6 or 7. As a child, Eddie always felt different, and on some level knew that he was different from the people around him. He could always connect to the soul level of people that he encountered; energy and information would flow through him. He would pick the integrity, the story, messages, energy and, often, the past lives of those he encountered. Eddie’s upbringing was not in a metaphysical family, which forced him to keep everything inside. This left him feeling very isolated, alone and having to pretend to be a regular child. As a sensitive child, every night Eddie was visited by energies (spirits) seeking help, this left him terrified of being alone during the night. Instinctively, Eddie was born knowing who Jesus, the Angels and God were, and often turned to them for safety, deep conversations and guidance.
SPONSORED BY MARK PITTMAN--Endless comparisons to modern-day youth versus the youth of its previous generations can be made to show vast differences--almost complete opposites of the other, in fact, and not for the better. Many changes in society and the mindsets of their elders can be attibuted to the vast changes, but one change that has been the master wrecking ball change has been the increase of government interference into the household and the virtual removal of parental rights. Almost all of the government's brilliant changes have fast-tracked our children's entry into adulthood without properly preparing them for the transition OR actually legally cerifying them as adults. The laws are their own contradiction, stripping parents of the right to raise their child, yet holding the parents responsible for the messy situations the children under 18 get into because the government gave them a free pass around their parents' rules. For society on a whole, it's an injustice to a child's well-balanced upbringing--for Black America, fast-tracking a teen's development justifies the pre-conceived dehumanization of our children's innocence and subjects them to accountabilities they shouldn't truly own, and allows the extreme punishments to be rendered by a biased society. With the new-age "not-really-emancipated-emancipated child", do parents have to step back and let their child go the hard road? Or do we fight all the way to the legal age? Join in tonight at 10:30 pm EST by calling 347-327-9967.
Think of this sad "terrorism" in Paris, France. Is such "terrorism" being provoked by other countries? Dennis, Jeff, and Susan will discuss this interesting issue.
HREM, Human Renewable Energy Measurement. All these years when America had free grade school and free high school, why has college been SO expensive? When a student graduates high school the average age is 18. That's the same age when he or she can become a military soldier. If the could not afford that expensive college, they've been told to just go overseas for a few years and they will afford higher education.
Than sad news is that some of these teenagers never returned home and died in the army or navy or air force. Even some that were lucky enough to return home, committed suicide after leaving these wars. When they return home, they are reminded of their loving religious upbringing. They had been taught to "love thy neighbor" or "thou shalt not kill". If they were told overseas to "go in that house and kill whoever you see" they now mourn for all those innocent men or women or children that they killed under military order.
Reform is now coming as President Obama is now recommending that college becomes as free to our students as was their grade school and high school. Instead of learning to kill, high school grads can now continue to learn the truth on how to save our planet.
As an example, Saudi Arabia is #6 on the list of dictatorships in our world. They get most of their weapons from countries like ours and we get a low price for the oil from under their ground. Instead of sending our boys and girls overseas to get that good price on their oil, why not switch to solar or wind power?
Viet Pham grew up in the San Francisco Bay Area with parents who loved food and cooking. His upbringing inspired him to pursue a career in food, and he graduated from the California Culinary Academy in 2002. While attending school, Pham interned at Michelin-starred Fifth Floor Restaurant in San Francisco, CA under award-winning chef Laurent Gras. Pham went on to cater local private events before relocating to Provo,UT to secure the Executive Chef position at Spark Restaurant Lounge.There, Pham met his business partner, Bowman Brown, and the pair opened Forage Restaurant in Salt Lake City, UT in July, 2009. Though a unique concept in the Salt Lake City restaurant scene, Forage Restaurant was well-received by the community and quickly emerged as the top eatery in the area; it won Salt Lake Magazine’s Best New Restaurant in Salt Lake City in 2010, Best Restaurant in Salt Lake City in 2011, and Pham won Best Chef from the magazine in 2012.
Pham won Food & Wine Best New Chef in 2011, after receiving a nomination from the magazine the previous year for People’s Best New Chef: Southwest. His scallop sashimi with Meyer lemon confit was also featured in Food & Wine in "The 10 Best Restaurant Dishes" in their 2010 feature story. The James Beard Foundation nominated him as a Semi-Finalist for Best Chef: Southwest, in 2011, 2012, and 2013. In 2012, Pham participated in Food Network’s show Extreme Chef where he was runner-up. He also competed on the network’s marquee program, Next Food Network Star in 2013 and defeated Chef Bobby Flay on Iron Chef America. Pham has appeared in Bon Appetit, The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, The San Francisco Chronicle, Reuters, and The Salt Lake Tribune. This Spring, 2015, Pham will open his new restaurant, Ember + Ash, in downtown Salt Lake City.
Most recently, Pham was seen last month on Food Network's Kitchen Inferno.
Welcome to the NATO SUMMIT...
Notable Authors Together Optimize...
Circa 2010...I decided it was time for me to write a book about me and my life experiences...from an immigrant upbringing to the World of Classical Ballet and Haute Couture. After four hours of writing, I went eh-gads, how boring. It was then I decided to invite contributing authors to share their stories.
Fasten your seat belts, be ready for take-off, you're about to soar with the eagles, soaring to heights of grandeur.
My story THROUGH THE YEARS, my sisters and brother and I grew up happy. We didn't know we weren't rich. One thing stands out in my mind as vividly today as it was then...CHILDREN WERE TO BE SEEN NOT HEARD! I found my voice on the FORBIDDEN RED HILL.
Do you believe timing is everything? I do. While writing CHOICES, I HAD AN EPIPHANY!
Mother, a natural nutritionist...etc.
Father, instilled in me work ethics...etc.
Secrets to staying the course...etc.
Trial and tribulations...etc.
CHOICES will ROCK YOUR WORLD...etc.
A Tribute to my cousin who passed away Sunday. Talk about viewing the world a enterprising experience of mischievousness. Expanding thru life with the guts to see the challenge as God Mrs. Universe and my dreams setting up mischievous events we perceive as challenges. I now understand I have encompassed beliefs that life has to be hard is fallacy of my upbringing and me being involved in my life work.
I Approve of Me... Sets Me Free “Book” http://dld.bz/dqZ2Q,
I Approve of Me... Sets Me Free: "Kindle" http://dld.bz/dqZ3a,
I Forgive Me... I Am Free "Kindle" http://dld.bz/dqZ83
Letting Go “CD” http://dld.bz/dqZ2h,
Sun Lit Wit "CD" http://dld.bz/dqZ7w,
Money Is My Friend CD http://dld.bz/dqZ4b,
Visionary Vocabulary “DVD” http://dld.bz/dqZ7j,
Passion & Emotion are words used define my guest Co-host tonight. He was born in the Canadian city of Montreal and he was immersed in Gospel/Christian music since the age of six, through Church & his mother's love for singing.This young man's vocal gift developed into an anointed, powerful, versatile instrument of praise and worship. A true vocalist with a range from base to tenor to soprano, A sincere, humble, bold man for Christ, he is working to create a soul stirring, heart changing sound of gospel music that fuses praise and worship with R&B that will impact and change people all over the world for Jesus.
Our first guest was born on the beautiful island of Haiti, her upbringing continued in East Orange New Jersey She has pursued the art of singing and song writing which led her to write poetry, and has performed her spoken words to an array of audiences. Though music is still a passion, she began to write her inner thoughts on, wherever her mind took her and as a result, she unleashed her firstbooken titled “The Journey of my Emotions”
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