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  • 00:56

    Mind Your Feet with Helen Ryan - Episode 5

    in Motivation

    In this week’s episode of Mind Your Feet I am pleased to introduce as my guest Lisa Stallard. Lisa is an intuitive coach working with emerging female leaders, coaches and women working in the health and wellness arena.


    Lisa is going to share with us her experiences of learning to listen to our intuition and how  that allows us to experience our powerful feminine.


    This is sure to be another inspiring and very interesting episode of Mind Your Feet!


    Lisa Stallard is an intuitive coach for emerging female leaders, female coaches, and women who work in health and wellness.


    She is helping to usher in the 3rd evolution of the feminine by helping women to tap into their deeply powerful feminine qualities.


    Lisa holds a safe and confidential place for her clients. With a background in PR and small business and a Post-Graduate Diploma in Applied Counselling, Lisa takes a wholistic approach. She offers business advice, de-briefing, coaching, and for a re-balance, she’ll guide you through a deeply relaxing meditation.


    For more information go to: www.facebook.com/inspiringfemales


     

  • 01:02

    less talked about toxic relationships

    in Lifestyle

    Hi Everyone & welcome to www.blogtalkradio.com/lifeissobeautiful


    Tuesday April 12th, 2016. 3p.m. eastern,  347-205 9957. Chat room is open.


    Theme: Less talked about common TOXIC relationships.


    Tamara Neal is a Certified Domestic Relationship coach, domestic violence advocate, and the owner and founder of a full-service residential adult assisted living center. Neal learned to trust her instincts


    while employed as an emergency communication technician for the Baltimore County 911 Center. For years, she listened to screams and terror as callers bore the brunt of toxic relationships. In the seeming eternity between calling 911 and the arrival of the police, Neal was the only help available for the person on the other end of the phone. During this time, she received a national diploma in emergency dispatch. Neal’s dispatch experience gave her the authority needed to write Venomous Relationships, which won a 2015 National Indie Award of Excellence. She’s also the author of The World’s Top Ten Worst Men for Women Guide and a children’s book, Friendship, which was a 2015 National Indie Award of Excellence finalist. Her articles have appeared in Mind Body Green magazine, Chispas Magazine  and Edge Newspapers. 


    love Vanda


     


     

  • 00:31

    Rev. Dr. George Crenshaw

    in Lifestyle

    Dr. Crenshaw was ordained as a Christian Minister in the African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church in 1986. He is married to the former Laurenna Hardy of Birmingham, Alabama and is the father of two children Quentin Dewayne and Kennedy Diane.


    Dr. Crenshaw has had a blessed and productive life in ministry having served in the capacities of Pastor and Presiding Elder. As a pastor, Dr. Crenshaw has served in Calcis, AL; Indianapolis, IN; Cheraw, SC; Lancaster SC, and presently is serving in Smyrna, GA at the Shaw Temple A.M.E Zion Church. His position as Presiding Elder has placed him in the Indianapolis District, Cheraw-Bennettsville District and Lancaster District.


    Among his many accolades, Dr. Crenshaw holds an Honorary Doctorate Degree from both Clinton College and Livingstone College; a B.A. from Indiana University, a Masters of Divinity from Hood Theological Seminary, and a high school diploma from McAdory High School in McCalla, Alabama.


    In addition to his educational accomplishments, Dr. Crenshaw has served as president of the Cheraw Branch of the NAACP. He is a member of the A.M.E. Zion Connectional Budget Board and served as First Vice President of the Presiding Elder’s Council 2001-2005. Pastor Crenshaw is a past board member of the Chesterfield General Hospital, Cheraw SC.


    Dr. Crenshaw is a five time delegate to the A.M.E Zion Church General Conference, delegate to the 2001 World Methodist Conference in Brighton, England, 2006 World Methodist Conference in Seoul Korea and 2011 World Methodist Conference in South Africa.  Dr. Crenshaw served as an Executive Board Member from 2006-2011.


    Pastor Crenshaw is Founder and President of the Shaw Temple Biblical and Leadership Institute.


    Dr. Crenshaw is a member of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc.

  • 00:32

    Live your life according to your own drum!

    in Women

    Join Agatha Cassidy, a Holistic Life coach for this powerful episode.


    Women need to show up in their lives in more assertive ways and communicate to others HOW they want to be respected.


     


    We will be reflecting about the questions most women have:


    Do I make "good choices" in my life?


    Is my partner honoring me as an equal to him/her?


    Do I speak my truth?


    Do I show up in my life in my Feminine Power?


    How do I need to relate to other women in order to make a fundamental shift for ALL?


    Agatha Cassidy is a Radio Show Host, a Holistic Life and Business Coach, Motivational Speaker, Author, Professional Counselor and Natural Intuitive.  She provides a powerful guidance to support others in their journeys to make desired changes in their lives.  


    ?Her expertise empowers people from all walks of life including beautiful clients from non-profit, film, music, business, modelling, art, sport and advertising industries in US, Canada, England, Germany, China, Australia and New Zealand.


    50% of her coaching fees is donated to support various free projects - benefiting  women, children and men around the world in areas of personal development and business education.


    Agatha holds Diploma in Psychology and Counseling, as well as Certification in Hypnotherapy, Behavioral Medicine, Kinesiology, Preventive Medicine & Energy Psychology. She is  a Reiki Master with 23 years experience in Energy Healing and holds Master Degree in Arts.


    http://www.agathacassidy.com/about-.html

  • 00:40

    Spartan Life Radio - 2016 Job Market Prospects

    in Education

    You're finally graduating and getting that sheep skin. For you young folks that means . . . you're getting your diploma. Now, you've got to find a job to start paying your way in the real world. Join us for this episode of Spartan Life Radio when we talk with Alisha Bazemore, Director of Career Services at Norfolk State University. Ms. Bazemore talks about job prospects, market projections and will give tips on resume' writing, getting an interview and landing that job! Class of 2016 . . . tune in for some great information and insights on getting a great job.

  • 01:00

    It's time to wake up with John and guest, Dr. R Carter Thomas, MSW, LISW-S, CDCA

    in Spirituality

    Dr. R Carter Thomas, MSW, LISW-S, CDCA
     
    (Clinical Counselor)
    R Carter Thomas, obtain a Masters Degree in Social Work (MSW) from the University of Michigan in 2003; later he earned his  Licensed Independent Social Worker with a Supervisor designation (LISW-S) and is a Certified Chemical Dependency Assistant (CDCA). Carter, as he likes to be called, also works as a Medical Social Worker with a local hospice company. Additionally, he completed a three year ministry program where he earned a diploma from Global School of Ministry with a concentration in Counseling and Deliverance. He has over twenty years of experience working with substance abuse, mental health and vocational rehabilitation field. Carter is working on his Ph.D. in Christian Counseling with a concentration in Pastoral Counseling and Leadership; and is already honored to be called Dr. Carter or Dr. Thomas by many friends and clients.
     
    Carter has experience in crisis intervention, victim and offender treatment, grief counseling, and couples counseling. He has worked in various settings, such as residential treatment facilities for men and outpatient treatment facilities with men, women and adolescents for substance abuse, dependency and mental health issues. He has worked with dually diagnosed population in both inpatient and outpatient settings. Carter has facilitated Anger Management Groups in both residential and outpatient offices. He has worked with multi-generations and various populations. 
     
    He continues to counsel from Biblical world-view, and again he has worked with individuals, couples and families to help them improve their quality of life. Carter does trainings in educating others on mental illness, counseling, parenting, marriage and he supervises LSW’s, when called upon, in their process of becoming a LISW. 

  • 01:01

    Mind Your Feet with Helen Ryan - Episode 4

    in Motivation

    Our next episode of Mind Your Feet features my guest Keri Norley, the Business Magician!  Keri is a specialist in all things energy, specifically in the fields of numerology, Feng Shui and more recently. leadership.


     


    Following from our discussion last episode about how we can use stillness to assist all aspects of our life, Keri will talk with us about how we can use stillness to assist us to ‘go with the flow’. Please join us for what promises to be an illuminating and very special episode of Mind Your Feet.!


     


     


    Keri Norley is an international business coach and mentor, speaker, workshop facilitator, author of the book “How to Use Feng Shui to Create Business Abundance” and group leader for her facebook group “Business Manifestors Club”. She has been in the industry for over 10 years and calls herself a Business Magician because she helps create energy alignment in your life and business and things just start to happen like magic.


    After getting amazing results with her clients for years using NLP and having a very broad background in health, and the mind-body connection, she has introduced Feng Shui, Colours, Numerology, Shamanism and recently finished her diploma in Leadership and expressive arts in group training. These incredibly powerful tools are where so much magic is unlocked.


    Keri loves seeing her clients step up quickly and powerfully when they connect to their heart and have an alignment in their business that works for and is true for them

  • 00:31

    Rev. Dr. Margaret Blackmon

    in Lifestyle

    Rev. Dr. Margaret Blackmon, Candidate for Bishop 2016, stregthening the local church through faithful discipleship, fruitful ministry and fiscal accountability and responsibility  


    Education



    Diploma
    BA Chemistry
    MDiv
    Executive MBA
    Clinical Pastoral Education
    DMin


    Ordinations and Pastoral Ministry



    Ordained deacon and elder
    Pastor of six AME Zion Churches


    Service to the AME Zion Church



    Local, District, Conference, Episcopal District and General Church Officer


    Community Ministry



    Executive Director, 3 organizations
    NAACP
    Community liaison, ECU, Juvenile Crime Prevention, NC Substance Abuse Prevention Association

  • 01:01

    Kim Trent: A Leader In the Trenches and Making a Difference in the Community

    in Current Events

    Kim Trent is not one to complain and sit on the sidelines of life. She is an action person, an activist - who sees wrong and tries to make it right.  She is a true leader - with a cause and a calling.  Her passion is to help people and make a difference. Hear how she does that...and how you can too! 


    Kim Trent began her career as an award-winning city hall reporter for The Detroit News, covering the city’s housing department, Detroit City Council and the mayoral administrations of Coleman A. Young and Dennis W. Archer. She left The News in 1995.  In 1996, she moved to Cape Town, South Africa, where she earned a graduate diploma in African Studies from the University of Cape Town. She returned to the United States and after a brief stint as a city hall reporter for the Toledo Blade, joined the Washington staff of Congresswoman Carolyn Cheeks Kilpatrick in 1997.


    After five years as Congresswoman Kilpatrick’s Communications Director, Trent joined the staff of United States Senator Debbie Stabenow as Stabenow’s regional manager for Detroit in 2003. In 2007, she was appointed Director of Governor Jennifer M. Granholm’s southeast Michigan office, a cabinet-level position in state government. She now serves as education policy manager for Michigan Future Schools.


    She earned a bachelor’s of arts degree in journalism and Africana studies and a master’s of arts degree in communication from Wayne State University. She has completed fellowships with the American Political Science Association in Washington D.C. and the Michigan Political Leadership Program at Michigan State University. 


    Ms. Trent’s community leadership includes her service as president of Enough Sexual Assault in Detroit (SAID) African American 490 Challenge – an effort to raise more than $600,000 to process abandoned rape kits in Detroit. 

  • 00:01

    The power and importance of saying NO.

    in Women

    Join Agatha Cassidy, a Holistic Life Coach, for this empowering episode about the importance of saying NO to others.


    You have been conditioned to respond with YES answer - as a convenience to others, but only NO defines your boundaries and establishes who you are. In this episode you will learn:



    Why is it hard to say NO to some people
    How to overcome the guilt of saying NO
    How to start practicing NO and feel good about it


    Agatha Cassidy is a Radio Show Host, a Holistic Life and Business Coach, Motivational Speaker, Author, Professional Counselor and Natural Intuitive.  She provides a powerful guidance to support others in their journeys to make desired changes in their lives.  


    ?Her expertise empowers people from all walks of life including beautiful clients from non-profit, film, music, business, modelling, art, sport and advertising industries in US, Canada, England, Germany, China, Australia and New Zealand.


    50% of her coaching fees is donated to support various free projects - benefiting  women, children and men around the world in areas of personal development and business education.


    Agatha holds Diploma in Psychology and Counseling, as well as Certification in Hypnotherapy, Behavioral Medicine, Kinesiology, Preventive Medicine & Energy Psychology. She is  a Reiki Master with 23 years experience in Energy Healing and holds Master Degree in Arts.


    http://www.agathacassidy.com/about-.html

  • 01:04

    The LizyT show with Dovie Rochester, Singer and singer song writter

    in Music

    The LizyT show with Dovie Singer


    Dovie Rochester is Jamaican born migrated to Canada 1972 .Prior to coming to Canada Dovie started singing at an early age in the church choir in Jamaica .She became a Canadian citizen in 1979 after settling in Toronto.  Dovie attended George Brown College and obtained a Diploma in pattern drafting and a more in depth knowledge of fashion design. After working in the fashion industry for a while she made a career change and entered into nursing and is presently employed by North York General Hospital Seniors Health Centre as a Registered Practical Nurse. Dovie's compassion for humanity especially the young youths ,was a contributing factor in her decision in her deciding to also gain her Diploma as a Counsellor.


    Her three years of volunteering with the Scarborough Women's Centre has brought healing to many women who she has encountered in her role as a Mentor. Dovie embraces the performing arts.Her talented qualities as an artiste are reflected in her song writing , singing and acting. She is a past member of (OCPA )Organization Calypso Performing  Artiste. Her interest in music has allowed her to enter competitions through the above mentioned organization around the city of Toronto.Dovie's lyrics are comprised of socially conscious commentaries which can be heard on her CD.One of her favorite tracks is titled "The Many Faces of Human Jail" for which she also has a music video. Dovie is a member of Socan. Over the past years she was part of the cast of 3 Seasons Calypso Tent


    http://www.dovie.ca