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In his book, Respect Your Choices: Finding Balance in Success, Vaughn shares his methods to creating a life that is rich in every way possible. Focusing on the three areas of life that must be refined to bring about positive outcomes - Purpose, Respect, and Choices, he identifies the framework upon which a fulfilled existence is built. Respect Your Choices offers thought provoking lessons, actionable plans, and personal experiences, and then makes clear that respecting your choices will help you find balance between your outlook and outcome.
If you change your perception, you change your outlook and once you change your outlook you change your outcome. Your outcome can be either positive or negative, as it’s relative to you!
in Self Help
It's chat and warm-up music for the first 30 minutes, then our show gets underway at 9am pacific, 12-noon eastern!
Through personal experience, my guest this week, Bryan Hubbard, learned that the ideas he had about who he was were actually leading him to experience his life as meaningless, which led to ten years of on-going depression. Bryan says this can lead people to be depressed, addicted, have mood swings, or get angry with people around you, or just want to curl up in a ball and die. Bryan says: “When you stop living your untrue story, what’s left is magical and magnificent. It’s what you truly are.” Find out how to change “The Untrue Story of You” this Thursday!
Let us pose this question: Who Do You Think You Are? Well, whoever it is, it may be causing you to be depressed, addicted or besieged by wild mood swings. Not necessary, Bryan Hubbard argues. Get to know the “real you” and your life becomes magnificent. “Magnificent” seems to be our word for the month. Listen and claim the magnificence that is there, waiting for you. Click here to visit Bryan Hubbard's website!
“Forgotten music on 78 records" by Curt Hahn
Dinah Shore and the Brazilians “The Matador”
Vaughn Monroe “From the Coast of Maine to the Rockies”
Fishin' for the moon,
Are these really mine?
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All on Shellac 10” 78 rpm and released in the US
Vaughn Monroe “From the Coast of Maine to the Rockies”
B Side Victor Black label 27950 released 1942
Vaughn Monroe Fishin' for the Moon, Are these really mine?
Victor Records 20-1736 1945
A: Fishin' for the moon
Composers Seiler, Marcus, Wood
Both sets Vocals by Vaughn Monroe and the Norton Sisters
B: Are these really mine?
Composers Skylar, Cook, Saxon
Vaughn Wilton Monroe (October 7, 1911 – May 21, 1973) was an American baritone singer, trumpeter and big band leader and actor, most popular in the 1940s and 1950s. He has two stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame; for recording and radio.
Coping with the loss of a loved one can be a very difficult journey. Surviving the holiday season can be an even more difficult process for those who are living through grief and loss. Dr. Patty will interview Joan Hubbard to discuss her book, "The Grieving Self", a self help book about how to rediscover yourself after the loss of a loved one.
7:30 am Eastern: "Morning Coffee," host Dr. Patty Fitzhugh:
Grab a cuppa joe for your body, while Dr. Patty's inspirational messages fire-up your mind!
"I AM THE VOICE OF THE PEOPLE"
Kenyatta Nicole Vaughn, is a Candidate for Illinois State Representative for the 6th District. I agree with her statement that everyone should have a "Voice" in their government and live in a neighborhood they are proud to call home! Like so many citizens, they don't really believe their "Voices", concerns and issues are not being heard!
Kenyatta Nicole Vaughn, is a Candidate running for Illinois State Representative for the 6th District to bring about a needed change! Kenyatta, has a "Vision" that politics can truly address. A "Vision" that will address the concerns of the real working class. A "Vision" for the Whole District not just a hand full! Without a "Vision" we'll forever be asked to accept half a loaf, a few slices, a few crumbs and eventually nothing at all!
Tune in...Call in and Speak with the Candidate for Illinois State Representative of the 6th District Kenyatta Nicole Vaughn
Over the years, Bishop Vaughn has counseled A LOT of women. And she’s seen and heard it all – from self-esteem issues and broken promises to relationship problems and choosing Mr. Wrong, REPEATEDLY. And normally at the roots of a womna’s problem is her … her daddy issues. That’s why she penned this new self-help book, “Teach Your Daughter to Fly!” The book is a guide, offering fathers and single mothers the right tools to raise their daughters and prepare them for greatness. She believes that “father hunger” and the relationship a daughter has with her father affects every aspect of her life, starting with self-esteem and self worth.
Be sure to tune into Music Crush Mondays every Monday night, with your host Shea B!
Tonight we will be LIVE with Countess Vaughn! You should remember her as Kimberly Ann Parker on hit shows such as The Parkers and Moesha! Tuning in tonight also, is indie sensation Lady G-Thang!
You don't want to miss this!
Join Us on Monday, November 2, 2015, to learn more about your host Charron Monaye and Vaughn McNeill.
In addition, be empowered and inspired to be reintroduced to who you are destined to be. You can not live a life that you don't own, and it's even more frustrating to live a life not knowing who you are! It's time to uncover and reveal the REAL you by defining your Purpose and acknowledging your POWER!
Discussion on how respect in life extends to more than just manners. Discuss how the audience by respecting their lives and choices, as well as the choices of others. They can help realize a happier and more rewarding life experience. Answer questions from audience about respect and talk about how it plays a critical role in the direction their lives will take.
Talk to the audience about how "failure" is both needed and inevitable. Discuss various types of failures's various ways of viewing the failure, and how one may find positives in failure. Allow audience to ask questions about failure of the hosts, and how they overcame or continue to overcome personal and professional failures.
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