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  • 00:45

    Organizing Yourself Before The Disaster

    in Self Help

    Is your business prepared for a hurricane, tornado or the next winter snow storm?   Did you know that power outages, heat Waves and thunderstorms need to be included in your disaster plan?  Join me and my guest Robert Bentz, CDP of EmergencyPlan.com  as he shares ways you and your business need to be protected from the next unexpected disaster.


    Robert Bentz, CDP retired in 2011 to his second home in Hilton Head Island, SC.  After 2 months he was board and still waking up at 5 am with nothing to do.  So, he began developing low cost disaster/emergency planning products based on his more than 25 years experience.  The EmergencyPlan.com is a Disaster/Emergency Planning company specializing in delivering economical products that put organizations and families in total control, while preparing them for any level of disaster or emergency. 


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  • 00:49

    Back To School Organizing Tips

    in Self Help

    The assignments, uniforms, sports equipments and schedules, are feeling overwhelmed as you get ready for back to school? Join me as returning guest expert Rowena List, Professional Organizer shares techniques to get your family organized for the new school year.


    Rowena List is a Professional Organizer based in Vancouver, British Columbia and the owner of Getting It Together.  Rowena believes that externals, such as image and environment, have a significant (and often more immediate) impact on confidence, success, happiness, health and quality of life. As a professional organizer and image consultant, Rowena applies this outside-in approach to achieve quick and tangible successes.


    Want a FREE audio book? Go to Audible.com and you can get one. Listen to today’s podcast to find out which book I recommend for you.

  • THE CO$T OF CLUTTER!!

    in Finance

    Join Andrea Brundage and Angela Sticca Snyder talking trash!!! The trash around disorganization and the treasures you can find.  Do you know what being unorganized is costing you?  Lost receipts mean missed tax deductions and higher taxes!! OH NO! Everyone's been there, the pile on the kitchen counter, the lost receipts, the horrendous closet, the draws you can't get closed... there's a way out and there's help.  Listen to this entertaining and educational show... and don't tune out at the end where Angela gives you key points on the types of items you should be saving and organizing for your taxes!

  • Devolving the Kenya Diaspora--New Engagement for maximum economic impact

    in Entrepreneur

    In recognition of the 5th Anniversary of the Constitution of Kenya (CoK) which was promulgated on August 27 2010 the Kenya Diaspora Global Summit scheduled for September 28-30, 2015 in Newark, New Jersey, USA has identified Devolution or “Ugatuzi” and the Diaspora as a focal point and Special Sub-Theme. Pursuant to Chapter 11 of CoK 2010 on Devolution, Kenya embarked on one of the most rapid and ambitious devolution processes going on in the world, with new governance challenges and opportunities. By the Diaspora change agents and leaders organizing by County, it will be possible to channel investments more effectively for the benefit of both Diaspora members as well as County citizens.

  • 00:31

    Empowering Youth with a Voice to End School Push Out

    in Education

    Youth Action Michigan, with Chapters in Detroit, Ypsilanti and Jackson is dedicated to organizing students to address, challenge and be a voice against School Push Out, Zero Tolerance Policies and the School-To-Prison Pipeline. Through Youth Action Radio, students from accross Michigan will take up important topics to kids in schools, give youth a voice to insert their ideas, proposed solutions and experiences in School. Youth Action Michigan (formerly Youth Voice & Youth Power Michigan) is a youth driven program launched by The Student Advocacy Center of Michigan. For more info about Youth Action Michigan, visit www.studentadvocacycenter.org

  • 00:49

    Getting Organized: After Retirement

    in Self Help

    Have you recently retired and need to downsize but not sure how to get started?  Have your loved ones decided it’s time for a smaller house?  Join me as Judy Robinson shares how you can downsize and move with ease after retirement


    Since 1996, owners Doug and Judy Robinson  of Senior Moves and their team of caring professionals have helped over 2,600 people with the relocation process.  They have been consulted for information on Downsizing by several media outlets.  The Robinson’s have written a book called “The Best of the Rest – Downsizing for Boomers and Seniors,” and given over 50 presentations on downsizing, moving seniors and other related topics.


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  • 02:01

    Proper Leadership in the Afrocentric/Conscious Community | Imhotep Fatiu

    in Business

    Imhotep Asis Fatiu, affectionately known as Baba Asis to many within Baltimore City, was born Antoin Torain on March 20 1971 to Marie and Connie Torain; the fifth of six children. During his youth, he grew up in the challenging Park Heights Neighborhood on Shirley Avenue where he was introduced to aggression, criminality, and all facets of street survival as early as age six. Contention within the socio-economic repressed neighborhood of Park Heights would engulf him causing young Antoin to engage in a series of acts which kept him in and out of juvenile courts and detention centers and would eventually lead him to being sentenced for 20 years in prison; of which he served 13 years and 9 months, being released in November of 2004. In Imhotep’s words, “I did not have the knowledge, skills or moral and structural support to succeed.”


    From his 20 years of incessantly studying African history and culture, politics, psychology, sociology, and world history; Imhotep Fatiu emerged. Imhotep has spent years making amends to his community and ancestors for any wrongs done through his dedicated, unwavering and consistent efforts to teach, organize, empower, and heal the spirits and minds of Black people.  His extensive experiences assessing the urban psyche, community organizing, experiencing the worst of European aggression, and using critical thought inspired Imhotep to develop a system of concepts and behavioral code entitled: UrBan Philosoph


     

  • 00:32

    Marketing Pulpit - TX (MPI-TX)

    in Marketing

    Tune in  each Thursday Morning from 10:30-11:00 AM (CDT) and 11:30-12:00 AM (EST) to The Little Flower Literacy and Economics Radio Show. Hosted by Dr. Florita Bell Griffin in Houston, Texas and Leon Gatewood in Morven, North Carolina, the Little Flower Show addresses the connection between illiteracy, economics and communities. The show is an affiliate of Marketing Pulpit International, Washington D.C.


    Dr. Griffin, a Houston, Texas author, creative director, urban planner and urban and regional scientist, is concerned with analytical approaches to problems that are specifically urban, rural and regional in nature. Functional illiteracy in youth, and its link to the economic stability of communities is an urban, rural and regional problem that deeply concerns her. She believes that improving literacy is the way forward for communities who want to boost their local economy, and that investing in creative literacy vehicles today is necessary for building a solid and secure future tomorrow.


    Leon Gatewood, is the co-founder and CEO of Helping Our Loved Ones Learn And Achieve! HOLLA!, a non-profit Community Development Corporation in Morven, North Carolina, with a youth literacy mission. Since formally organizing in 2011, HOLLA! has caused over a half million dollars to be injected into the Morven Community, which using the Economic Multiplier Effect equates to approximately two million dollars.

  • 00:42

    The Gods Are Back, And Their Ready To Build Community Parent Resource Centers

    in Self Help

    Join the Tribe and I in a hearty discussion on the topic of Parent Resource Centers. Just how can our African American families re-build our communities by, rising up Parent Resource Centers throughtout the the Inter-cities in or to replace our libaries? This is what Doctor Johnson was speaking of. how we can re-stateblish our communities and schools through organizing our parents and rebuilding community again. Do we need a "NEW EDUCATION SYSTEM" and Should Special Education be reconsidered for a full examination? Join us in our discussion.

  • 02:45

    Black Pastors Protest Sanger, On The Campaign Trail & Latest Movie News

    in Politics

    Paul Kengor-He is a professor of political science and executive director of The Center for Vision & Values at Grove City College. His latest book is The Communist: Frank Marshall Davis, The Untold Story of Barack Obama's Mentor.  The professor talks about Black Pastors Protest Margaret Sanger at Smithsonian.


    Alexis Levinson-Senior political reporter at National Review, where she covers the 2016 presidential and Senate races takes us to the eye of the GOP Presidential storm.


    Steve Evans-The Movie Guy reports live from Hollywood, CA  on the weekend's box office, with Straight Outta Compton and MI5 coming in 1 & 2 once again.  Plus, this week's coming attractions.


    Barbara Tako-The breast cancer and melanoma survivor, author, organizing/de-cluttering genius and motivational speaker discusses Cancer Survivorship Coping Tools.


    Stacy Washington-A member of the National Advisory Council of the Project 21 black leadership network, and a local talk radio host in St. Louis, Missouri talks about the bitter black reporter who gunned down white ex-colleagues live on air and posted the video online.


    Horace Cooper- Adjunct fellow with the National Center for Public Policy Research, co-chairman of the Project 21 National Advisory Board and a legal commentator, asks, "Is the activists narrative that blacks are treated unfairly leading to disgruntled blacks who ultimately go off the edge?"

  • 01:02

    DAVID MORGAN-HOW WORKER OWNED COOPERATIVES CAN PROVIDE A VIABLE AND JUST ECONOMY

    in Culture

    ENVISION THIS: Viable and just alternatives for meeting our economic and social needs, including worker power, community resilience, self-help and solidarity, through worker owned cooperatives.


    David Morgan works to promote democratic ownership of businesses and a cooperative economy that can be achieved through organizing, education, and research. His work promoting a new economy involves coordinating partnerships and cross-sector alliances with all manner of member- and worker-owned enterprises and their support networks. He serves on the boards of the Data Commons Cooperative and the US Federation of Worker Cooperatives, for whom he is convening a member council on policy and advocacy.   


    David co-owns The Toolbox for Education and Social Action (TESA), a worker-owned cooperative. “We create imaginative and experiential resources that transform the way people think, learn, teach, work, and act. These resources address social change, economic justice, and progressive education through critical thinking and user participation.”  The TESA mission is to make people’s lives more just and democratic through the use of participatory education. 

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