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  • A Reason to Hope

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    Everywhere you look, it seems that the news is not good. Daily headlines are a constant reminder that things are amiss in the world. Yet, even in the midst of tragedy, God speaks words of hope and promises restoration. Join Dr. Alfie for today's insights on A Reason to Hope.

  • Motivation v. Distraction: Which One's Winning Your Attention?

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    Sometimes it can be challenging to stay motivated in a world so "connected." With technology so readily available to share any and everyone's insight, opinions and expertise, it's a wonder anyone can get anything done these days with all the conflicting input and distractions.
    Join my esteemed and focused college and me as we delve into the layers of what keeps people motivated, what distracts them and what they can do to stay on task and on point.
    Danica Trebel is a Perspective & Family Dynamics Coach who knows first-hand the power of the spoken and unspoken word. It was through her own personal and professional experiences that she was led to this place of healing, restoration and passion to help others. She is an expert in helping people live their lives to the fullest through faith, communication and vulnerability.
    For more than 30 years, Rod has been an internationally sought-after education and management consultant and keynote speaker. His practical, real-world business experience and career has been in educational leadership, relocation consulting, and executive and leadership coaching. As a Senior Consultant and Master Executive Coach, Rod is also an Accredited ANLP Trainer - Rod specialises in Executive and Leadership Coaching.
    Rod has been to more than 134 different countries where he has had the opportunity to observe first hand as well as live and share multiple cultures, traditions and life styles.

  • 200 Food Decisions Per Day? No Wonder Weight Loss is Hard!

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    How many food decisions do you make each day?  The answer might surprise you.  Researchers at Cornell University asked their students and staff, and the average response was about 15.  In reality, they discovered that the average study participant made an estimated of over 200 decisions about food per day. 
    It's no wonder we find ourselves giving up and eating cereal out of the box or a bag of microwave popcorn for dinner!  Oftentimes decision-making capacity is exhausted by the end of the day and the last thing we want to do is figure out what to have for dinner.  Obviously this can sabotage our weight loss efforts.  Join me as I share some tools on how to make this process quite a bit easier and how to create a environment with easier food decisions.  It's a decision you won't regret!  
    Karen Donaldson is a registered dietitian, certified personal trainer, an EFT Certified Weight Loss Coach specializing in helping people release the hurts that are holding them back from permanent weight loss. Find her at excelweightloss.com or email her at excelweightloss@gmail.com.

  • Reinventing Yourself - Out With The Old & In With The New You!

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    Are you ready to create a plan to achieve all of your dreams and become the person that you truly desire to be?
    Join Lisa for a fun filled, action packed, powerful and practical half hour of Reinventing Yourself - Out With The Old & In With The New You!

  • Giving Hope Back With David H. Paul

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    On The Entrepreneur Power we interview David H. Paul of NSDF (National Seizsures Disorder Foundation) on his journey as an entrepreneur ashe helps others through his program overcome thier disorder and develop empowering beliefs. David hopes to help more and more people with his program through acquiring seizue dogs for those in need, live hangouts on zoom, and an upcoming university! Here are the following questions we asked him 
    1.How did you become an entrepreneur?
    2.Tell more about what you do and some of the highlights of your career?
    3.Give 3 tips for anyone who like start doing what you are doing? (or how what your doing can help them on their journey)
    4. What has your experience as an entrepreneur been like so far and what advice can you give to our audience or other new entrepreneurs to stay motivated in order to become successful?
    5.Where Can we find you??
    To Visit NSDF http://nationalseizuredisordersfoundation.org/
    To Visit The Entrepreneur Power Hour http://www.theentrepreneurpowerhour.com/

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    Host: Roy Masters Roy discussed meditation is not meant to cure but to bring you to the one who cures. Calls:
    William is dealing with dangerous people in and institutional setting. Johnny says, "I am beating depression". Jason has issues with his mother. Visit - FhuEngland.com

  • Purium 10 Day Cleanse

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    Purium 10 Day Transformation Cleanse with Meg & Lisa

  • Homeschool Edition: Making Time For What Matters with Kushla Chadwick

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    Kushla Chadwick is a homeschooling mother and entreprenuer.  She has been married for 17 years and has 3 daughters.  Born in New Zealand, Kushla resides in Australia.  Through experience, she has learned how to balance life both professionally and personally.  As a business mentor and blogger, she helps countless individuals learn how to make time for what matters most.  Learn her tricks in this episode.  Listeners can call in with questions or comments at (347) 989-0384.  Lines will open at 1:15 pm MST.  Press "1" if you'd like to speak. 
    You can learn more about Kushla by visiting:  www.kushlachadwick.com

  • Exclusive Interview Detrick Haddon promoting The Prayer March & Concert

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    Haddon's bent toward sermonizing came naturally. Born around 1973 in Detroit, he was the son of Bishop Clarence Haddon, pastor at the Unity Cathedral of Faith, a Full Gospel church on the city's west side. Haddon's mother Joyce also became a minister. Bishop Haddon used music to attract and to help focus the lives of young people in the troubled neighborhood, organizing Trinidadian steel drum classes at the church and incorporating the instruments into church services. But Unity Cathedral also had a choir, and Deitrick was soon enlisted to direct it.
    Actually, Haddon started preaching before he turned to music. Showing a gift for holding the attention of a crowd, he gave his first sermon at age 11. Soon his mother encouraged him to take solos with Unity Cathedral's 60-voice adult choir. Haddon was reluctant at first. "I'd be crying while I was singing," he told an interviewer from the Kay 3 Music Web site. "I was shy back in the day and I hated to sing. But they [his parents] pushed me to do it. Sometimes I'd be sleeping and my friends would wake me up and say, hey D.D., they callin' you to do a solo." Two years later, the church's regular choir director resigned; and young Haddon was appointed one of two choir direct Deitrick Haddon Biography - Selected discography - Gospel, Music, Unity, and Tyscot - JRank Articles http://biography.jrank.org/pages/2919/Haddon-Deitrick.html#ixzz3sMKc4b52

  • Women Rising Above Perceptions: Advocate,Counselor Chevonna Johnson shares on GD

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    Chevonna is an advocate, advisor, liaison, public speaker, community leader, counselor, mentor and a voice for promotion, support, education(self-esteem), awareness and research social, psychological, human awareness on bullying, domestic abuse, suicide awareness/intervention/prevention about people, processes, policies, and laws.
    Women Rising Above Perceptions is a mentoring/tutoring program to help young women understand their identity, know their purpose, write a vision and create strategies to stay on the path to fulfill their destiny. I have developed several programs that focus on the sociological, psychological and human impacts and effects on bullying, suicide awareness, intervention/prevention teen pregnancies (teens, youth, dating, spousal and school) violence and mental health that is affecting our youth today. 
    Chevonna works with community leaders and elected officials in order to bring real issues and effects to their attention so that effective solutions and resources can be provided and implemented. This is done by providing more enhanced education, awareness, workshops presentations and programs especially towards lower and middle schools so that our youth growing up in this new age can be more educated on the real dangers, risks and effects in our society on and offline.I work with parents and adults to make them aware and educated on the latest trends and issues in youth development, parenting, domestic violence, suicide and provide social services, support and resources to help them overcome their challenges and reclaim their lives. I am Executive Producer/ host of:
    AAU TEEN TALK Radio (www.globallinkzradio.com)
    AAU TEEN TALK TV (Madhousetv.net) 
    AAU Youth Magazine (www.aauym.com)

  • Write, On, Write On! Episode III. Guess , Erica Mosely

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    This Episode feature is from our Write On, Write, On series.  I am encouraging you to join us by submitting your selection of poems. We have invited Miss Erica Mosely to assist us in reading some of these poem. You may join us by calling into the station at the following phone number.  646-478-0270.

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