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Episode 2689 - Spirits of Criticism and Prejudice
Pastor Peter and Verlie Hobson www.fullsalvationfellowship.com
Recorded 7-29-2015 on Omega Man Radio omegamanradio.com
In this episode I will discuss in good faith the biblical meaning of the second and third chapters of the Holy Bible. I will discuss what God's judgement looks like on a personal level, and why we can say that God has a right to judge His people. I will talk about the justification of God in the mists of applying these verses to our personal life as believers and how we can move through opposition by simply using the bible and reading it
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When your boss calls you in for an unscheduled review of your performance, what is your reaction? Does fear ripple through your heart? Well, try to relax because mini-reviews, quickie check-ups go on all the time in business. When a client complains, it is predictable that your boss will talk to you about the complaint ... AND you should be glad! Most times, you will receive constructive criticism which will help you improve your job performance.
Listen as Dr. Joan discusses why you will want to thank your supervisor for telling you the truth!
Are you experiencing relationship issues at home, at work, or at play? Tune in to hear Dr. Joan describe alternative solutions. Follow along as she presents keys for harmony.
A portion of each program is devoted to the reading of Dr. Joan's published stories about human disputes. She is currently reading from her first novel Gra Im Thu! I Love You! The story is about two Irish families who find themselves intermarrying, even though they are poles apart in the areas of religion and politics. Tune in and listen to the story, as the O'Grady and Gwynn families learn to solve their potato encounters and develop a method for making delicious mashed potatoes together. Find out how diversity and harmony can live in the same house.
Robert Braathe will talk about a quote he saw in 2000 that still resonates today, and how to remove arrogance, ignorance and unconstructive criticism from your workplace.
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The Hottest new show!! Today @ 10 am we have a great show lined up! We're talking about the great NBA Playoffs, will Brady win the appeal, and LeBron James criticism, fair or not and Mr. Controversy sounds off on the Chicago Bulls. Also SPORTS DEBATE BATTlE with the reigning champ Nick Ficorelli "The Mad Scientist vs the challenger Mr. Jay. Special Guest includes Shane Longino and Dave Rantisi from "Wake Up It's Football" Call in at (516) 418-5946.
All people benefit from an awareness of flaws, willingness to change, and growth in positive directions. It's important to be able to hear the positive advice within constructive criticism to find this awareness and power to change. There are many approaches to giving constructive criticism, such as tough love, positive reinforcement, shock statements, and motivational talk.
What approaches are the most beneficial? Does it vary based on the person or situation? Some people may need to be slapped in the face information-wise while others may need a softer touch. A possible downside of a harsher approach may be that people can't hear the positive side because they get offended. Thus, once they hear something critical, they may stop listening! And the very thing that could help them is what they detest and reject defensively.
Regardless of the approach, how can people better receive constructive criticism? What can you do to listen for the deeper meaning and identify the positive advice that you can apply to your own life? How can we be more open to having our flaws exposed by others without getting defensive? And do we need both approaches?
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Next on the Jake Turner Show. The sugar rush is on in Kansas City with the Royals supplying the ingredients to an AL Central pennant. Should you drink the Kool-Aid? Did the Chiefs overacheive in 2013? After the anemic dry run vs the sub par Vikings, we could be in for a long year, Why I'm ecstatic that I won't see one rookie quarterback in Week 1 and media criticism is out of control. When are you being constructive or trolling like a Twitter tough guy. I call myself out. Plus, your phone calls and tweets. Find your favorite seat, grab a brew. Get nostalgic with the Jake Turner Show...NOW!
Many are able to dish it out, but few are able to handle it... CONSTRUCTIVE CRITICISM. In order to improve your skills and craft , constructive criticism is a helpful way to learn your strengths and weaknesses. What are the forms of criticisms? How can you tell the difference between constructive criticism and someone being critical? Who are good people to obtain good constructive criticism from? ( ex: family, friends, experts, etc) and who are people you shouldn't ? Do majority rules in opinions always? What are some tips or ways to learn how to be receptive towards constructive criticism ?
Healing Journeys of Mind, Body and Spirit with Dr. Kevin Kita
A journey of a thousand miles begins with one step ... Many people suffer from health problems that are caused by past emotional traumas or thinking patterns, but often they have no understanding of the real, underlying cause of their physical symptoms, and so have no way to really begin to heal. In Healing Journeys: Stories of Mind, Body, and Spirit, Dr. Kevin Kita tells the stories of six patients and their journeys to health. Kita combines his knowledge of chiropractic with a variety of other techniques as well as his own intuition to offer us a fascinating look at the connection between our minds and our bodies. His unique story-telling style makes this much more than just a standard how-to book. Beautifully illustrated by nationally-known artist Jessica Krause, it s an enjoyable and fascinating read.
Dr. Kita combines his knowledge of Chiropractic with a variety of other techniques as well as his own intuition to offer us a fascinating look at the connection between our minds and our bodies. He is well known among his patients for his compassion, wisdom, astonishing intuition, gentle and caring demeanor, and non-invasive chiropractic technique.
Dr. Kita is an award winning author, international speaker, teacher, and blogger. He has been on numerous radio and television shows speaking on health related issues. He has also spoken to many companies and groups regarding the benefits of Chiropractic care. He is considered the Chiropractor’s Chiropractor because there are many Chiropractors that seek him out for care and professional advice.
For more information visit: http://drkevinkita.com/