• 00:31

    GRACEbreak | Top4 Values Part1

    in Women

    “To grow, you must be willing to let your present and future to be totally unlike your past. Your history is not your destiny.” (Alan Cohen)


    Join Tracy Worley on GRACEbreak as we discuss the importance of knowing what matters to you, knowing your Top4 Values and how to apply boundaries to your life.


    Top4 is identifying what is important to us as an individual. If we do not have our own plan we ultimately become part of someone else’s. To plan is not a daily agenda, but to look at whom we are and have to offer the world.  Identifying our current values and what is most important in our life brings focus. We no longer walk into a room and wonder “Who am I, and what am I doing here?”  In most cases, outside influences have created the chaos; we have allowed someone else’s urgency to interrupt our priorities.


    Core values make up our character, self-image, self-esteem, beliefs, experiences, and set points. How to start: Free write how you would like to be treated (Golden Rule), and where you spend resources of time and money is a great start of what you value.


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  • 01:01

    LatinoTalk Texas 2014, 0042 Texas & Latino Values

    in Politics

    LatinoTalk Texas is America's only daily independent political analysis from the Latino perspective.  On today's show I discussed a number of timely issues important Latinos and Latinos in Texas. First, I read an article from Latina.com that pointed out Latino celebrities that are not afraid to comment on political issues especially those important to other Latinos like Immigration Reform which this show favors greatly. Next, I discuss the insulting prospect that a conservative "news" outlet joked the murderess of Selena Quintanilla Perez would be released from prison. This is not true but remains personally insulting. I read an article from "Latinos Ready to Vote" outlining the religiosity of Mexicanos and Mexican Americans in America. No surprise the vast majority, like this show, are Catholic. Later, I mention that Texas Values is working on a number of morality issues in Texas and among them is the effort to defend Christmas and other religious expression which this show also supports. Another issue in the sights of Texas Values is the City of Plano, Texas that has passed a controversial "equal rights" ordinance. Opponents say it violates the First Amendment Freedom of Religion. I enter into a reminding discussion of my perception of the two major political forces in America. They are the Culture of Life and the Culture of Anti-Life or the Culture of Death. Because this show and the vast majority of Latinos are Catholic, we are among the Culture of Life and work to expose the Culture of Death and its means of undermining the Culture of Life. Lastly, I read two articles about Immigration Reform. One article from CNN and by an economist reports on the financial benefits of Immigration Reform which confirms what we have said for years. Lastly, another article articulates the political pitfalls the Republicans have now they have failed to act on Immigration Reform.

  • 02:01

    Selecting A Spouse: What Values Should You Look For?

    in Women

    Selecting a spouse is like selecting a candidate for public office: you have to make sure the person shares your values. We often make assumptions that someone who is from the same ethnic background, the same cultural heritage and even from the same religion also shares our values. That is too often a mistake. We need to observe behavior, treatment other people, choices of associates, habits, interests, and how the person handles difficult decisions. Unfortunately we often make choices based on superficial things such as the persons skin color, body shape, clothing style, type of employment, car driven, or house they live in. None of these things will tell you the person's values. So how do you determine values when selecting a spouse? Our relationship experts help give guidelines on making this very important choic 

  • 00:27

    How CEOs Affect Stock Values

    in Education

    Why is a CEO so important to a company and its stock values?

    CEOs are paid huge sums of money in the eyes of Main Street.  Why do firms pay so much?  Are CEOs that important?  Martha Stokes CMT explains the role of the CEO, his or her importance to the company, the difference between a great CEO and a bad CEO, how the Board of Directors control the CEO, and how the shareholders of the company can force the Board to replace the CEO.  CEOs do make or break a company and do impact its stock price.  Learn more about how to judge a CEO’s performance and what to look for when selecting stocks for investments or position trades.


    Check out Martha’s Market Blog FREE

  • 01:22

    Beliefs and Values for Girls of Color

    in Culture

    Join Dr. Culbreth and Dr. Jung-Kim as they share I Am Beautiful-ICP's Beliefs and Values for Girls of Color.

  • 00:30

    Define Your Values and Live a Vibrant & Moxie Life!

    in Self Help

    Values guide our lives and give us a foundation in which to guide the choices and decisions we make. Join Nicole and Kimber as they discuss the importance of knowing your values, honoring them, and allowing them to guide the decision making process.

  • 01:13

    THE TRUTH ABOUT CHRISTIAN VALUES

    in Religion

    The United States has always prided itself in proclaiming that we are a nation that was built on Christian values. Yet, upon closer observation, true Christian values include a variety of things that we have historically and currently have failed to live up to. Historically, we established this nation by virtually annihilating the Native Americans who had settled here many thousands of years before the Europeans sailed the mighty Atlantic Ocean. The honored Founding Fathers who fought and died for liberty and justice for all men, owned slaves, got rich from the African slave trade and reduced those of African descent to being mere chattel, not recognized as being even human, but rather animals. The Chinese were treated as slave laborers during the building of the transatlantic railroad and American-Japanese were imprisoned as enemies of the state in internment camps, during World War II.


    Currently, the war on poverty has become the war against the impoverished. Immoral lifestyles are being supported and viewed as an alternative. The disabled, senior citizens and others that are considered outside of what society defines as being viable and contribulatory are treated as second class citizens. Then there is the question of immigration. Oddly, this issue is a hotbed one, even though every citizen that makes up this country is a descendant of an immigrant. We are came off of a ship, boat or dingy.


    So, when we say, Christian values, exactly what do we mean? We will be looking at St. Matthew 25: 34-40, Hebrews 13:1-3, Acts 4:32,34, 1 John 3: 16-18, and  1 John 4:20-21.

  • 00:29

    The Extraordinary Potential of Values Based Leadership

    in Business

    The TalentCulture #TChat Show is back live on Wednesday, July 16, 2014, from 7-8 pm ET (4-5 pm PT). The #TChat radio portion runs the first 30 minutes from 7-7:30 pm ET, followed by the #TChat Twitter chat from 7:30-8 pm ET.


    Last week we talked about amplifying the talent engagement experience, and this week we’re going to discuss values based leadership.


    Leadership development isn’t anything new, but it’s is clear that people today care about different things and their expectations from business in their roles as associates, customers, investors, and community members are rapidly changing.


    For organizations to keep up, leaders have to go first; the culture of any organization is an extended shadow of leadership. For business leaders to successfully transform themselves and bring others along with them, they must come from a place of passion, purpose, competency and authenticity.


    There are those words again, but unfortunately businesses are not keeping up and still use old school leadership mind-sets and skill-sets of the past. The squandering of the extraordinary potential that lies largely untapped in our employees and organizations is painful to witness, but there is hope.


    This week’s guest calls it Values Based Leadership, similar styles include Authentic, Servant and Truly Human Leadership.


    Join #TChat co-creators and hosts Meghan M. Biro and Kevin W. Grossman as we learn more about values based leadership with this week’s guest: Mark Fernandes, Chief Leadership Officer of Luck Companies, a global Values Based Leadership (VBL) organization.


    Thank you to our sponsors and partners: RIVS, GreatRated of Great Place to Work, TalentWise, GloboForce, SAP/SuccessFactors, PeopleFluent, Red Branch Media and HRmarketer Insight.

  • 00:26

    Peaceful Parenting Practices: Knowing Your Family Core Values

    in Motivation

    Welcome to Blog Talk Radio and the Voice of Change.  Rivka Kawano and I are coming together to host 4 radio programs on PEACEFUL PARENTING PRACTICES.  We are also hosting a 30 Day Parenting Challenge* for Parents, running from October 1 through October 30.


    KNOWING YOUR FAMILY CORE VALUES:  When you take time to discover the Core Values you and your spouse hold more dear, parenting becomes much easier. Knowing your values makes it easier to say "yes" and "not" when situations arise. Also, when each parent understands the values they hold most dear, as a person they can be more easily understood.  Also, recognizing what is important to each of your children, gives you a deeper understanding about their needs and preferences.


    SURPRISE TOPIC: Each week we'll have a 2nd topic of discussion. This one will be a surprise!  But you can trust it will be about a Peaceful Parenting Practice that will add greatly to you family life. 


    Sharon Ann Wikoff is a teacher, consultant and writer specializing in the fields of parenting, communicating with young children, self-esteem and personal transformation.  She holds two teaching credentials and has been working with children and families for over 30 years. 


    Rivka Kawano is the mother of three young boys and is passionate about the art of mothering.  She is a guru in the world of social media and is also passionate about beautiful books for children.  She reviews children's books at her site:  www.BeautifulBookforChildren. com


    Details of this Challenge will be available by 12 midnight PST September 30th at SharonAnnWikoff.com and BeautifulBooksforChildren.com

  • 00:31

    Finding your Highest Values and Live in Harmony

    in Health

    To Truly live in harmoney you have to be aware of your higest values!!  Values is NOT morals or ethics, Values is what inspire you what drives , this episode will help you to identify your true passions. 


    With every action and event in your life there are supports and challenges, when you live in harmony with your highest values you view those supports and challenges equally.


    Live an inspired life, don't search for motivation, find your true self


    And live with passion

  • 00:31

    Fantasy Football Weekly: Week 15 DFS Values

    in Football

    Kevin Hanson and Dan Yanotchko discuss Week 15 fantasy football values in daily fantasy sports (DFS) leagues at all of the major positions.  Also, check out our Week 15 fantasy football rankings.

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