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The show will explore the hardships that many working Americans face daily earning minimum pay. These Americans are often victims of systematic forms of usary and encounter difficulties rising above poverty lines. We will examine ways to transform the lives of the working poor while exploring the biblical principles of tithing, giving and receiving.
Today we will be discussing working at home in more detail, in preparation for the interview later today (Saturday, Jan. 24) with famous author, Lynda Brown. Lynda will be interviewing Deborah about her new ebook on working at home. Listen as Deb Killion discusses various work at home opportunity types, talks about the challenges of working at home, and takes your calls on finding the right work at home job so that you can make real money at home. In this episode, she also discusses some of the plans she has for Small Town Global, her global technology company and what vision she sees for the future of technology. Listen to the interview with Lynda Brown later today here: The Author Chat Show with Lynda Brown, Amazon best-selling author (airing LIVE at 4pm CST), Saturday, Jan. 24th.
One in three adult women is living in poverty or on the brink of it, according to A Woman's Nation, the joint study published by the Center for American Progress and The Shriver Report. Sixty-two percent of minimum wage jobs are held by women, which is why we consider this a women's issue. It ain't easy being in the economic class described as "the working poor," as illustrated by the Shriver Report's new HBO documentary, "Paycheck to Paycheck: A Year in the Life of Katrina Gilbert." MOMocrats Cynematic, Karoli and Donna Schwartz Mills lead this political discussion from the progressive point of view by the MOMocrats. Produced by Engender Media Group.
Papa Lou is away somewhere in a deep underground facility. Therefore Dr. Corbeaux and Amorea will be mannning the helm this Friday as we bring back Mother Wassima to learn us something about old conjure. Be sure to bring your questions!
The Text-line will be unavailable this Friday - so for those of you who are a little shy, send your questions over to the show page http://www.facebook.com/workingwiththespirit and we'll do our best to get to those as well.
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If you have always wanted to learn how to work at home and make a full-time income, this is the show you'll want to listen to. Deb Killion, owner of a growing technology and digital media business, talks about her journey to success as a work at home entrepreneur. She will share some of her secrets of success for your own work at home business or teach you how you find employment as an outsourced work at home specialist. The world is changing. Work at home people are highly-paid professionals who have the skills to help big business people reach their goals. Find out how you can profit from these opportunities. She has also written a new book on this topic called "The Ultimate Guide to REAL Work at Home Opportunities that Make REAL Money," and before that she wrote one called, "The Work at Home Entrepreneur's Guide to Success." Both books are available on Amazon Kindle. Listen Friday, January 23 at 2pm CST to find out how you, too, can find a successful career working at home and plan your own financial future! And remember, your time is yours. Don't give it to someone else unless you want to!
Host Kathy Sipple speaks with Eric Zosso from Zoseco Co-working in Valparaiso, Indiana, a new space designed to allow small businesses to get ahead without the overhead. They provide flexible memberships and include benefits like ultra-fast internet and complimentary coffee and tea to keep members energized and on point.
Learn what co-working is about and whether it may be right for you.
Hop up on the porch with us for the last Cussin' Monday....well...Cussin' TUESDAY of 2014. Heck, its the last SHOW of 2014! Join us for a look back on the shows, conjure recipes, card readings, and "Tails of damiana leaf and other assorted conjure foolishness". The phone lines will be wide open so come on by!
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Join us on the porch with special guest Ancestor Healing himself as we talk about communicating with, serving, and uplifting the ancestors. We'll talk about the special place ancestors have in our traditions and how building a relationship with those who have gone before you can open you up to personal, material, and spiritual uplifting. The phone lines will be open for calls, comments, readings, and everything in between. See you there!
Today, working women and breadwinning moms are leveraging their passions, goals and natural gifts into more sustainable, harmonious relationships and life experiences. We're creatin drastic life make-overs that suit us and our spirit. The arena doesn't matter, as long as it's germane to who we want to become...from corporate mavericks, network marketing gurus, real estate and home flippers, to lifestyle models and video marketing experts; we're code switching, career shifting and blazing a trail.
Join host, Chloé Taylor Brown with Montina Portis, breadwinning mom, wife, Amazon Best-Selling Author, YouTube sensation and advisor to smart entrepreneurs and small business owners. We're also connecting with Chantél Thompson of Sweet Job Spot, where job seekers, employers and opportunities meet.
Most people make career shifts or job changes five to seven times over the course of their life?
Chloé Taylor Brown, host of Bread-Winning Moms with Chloé IS an author, women and girl’s mentor and a lifestyle model. Her books are available at Amazon.com. Connect with Chloé @ChloeTBrown
This is The Work for Life Show. I'm your host Beal Eader. Today, I'm talking about 2014 Working Class Americans. Working class Americans simply are not feeling productive these days and for good reason. First it is their own fault. Working class has failed to reach the level of work for pay that have been put forth in their favor in 2014. Unemployment is not the fault of working class Americans. Remaining unemployed is a problem and is the fault of working class Americans. Unemployment is a solvable problem for the working class. Working class Americans are stuck in the mud and with out mud flaps their goal is not employment, but to splash mud and muddy up everyone in the vicinity of their clogged up personalities. Bringing us to the question facing jobless and underemployed Americans entering 2015, "What to do to get out of the mud and end the mud slinging?"