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Back in the day, when it came to dating… men were known for opening car doors, pulling out chairs, removing their hats when indoors, standing when a woman entered the room and many other chivalrous acts not commonly seen in today’s society. Please join me for “Saturday Night LIVE” on “The Dedan Tolbert Show” TONIGHT at 9:00pm EST for a rebroadcast of our annual special on “Is Chivalry Dead in 2015?”, where we discussed the true meaning of Chivalry, what qualities a woman must possess in order to receive it and why so many men have grown up not knowing the importance of it. Listen 7 nights a week by calling 646 200 0366 or online worldwide at www.dedantolbertshow.com... “REAL Radio that Matters for over 10 Years”.
CEO, Let's Go Innovate Ms. YOLANDA E. SHIELDS. Author, Speaker, Business Strategist, Consultant, Trainer and Coach. She is also Vice President of the Adassa Adumori Foundation (USA) which does community development work in the continent of Africa and other 3rd World Countries. She is a much sought after speaker and trainer in the area of diversity, staff coaching and development, business development, Education, and social entrepreneurship and has traveled extensively throughout the United States, France and Africa. She has earned a B.S. in Education and Social Work (APSU)
and M.S. ED and MBA 2015. She has been appointed by Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam to the Labor and Workforce Development Board for the State of Tennessee and Chairs the Continuous Improvement committee. She has assisted over 20 corporations in the areas of fund development. staff development, strategic planning, teacher coaching/training, curriculum development, business operations and celebrity charity management. She has worked with such celebrities as CeCe Winans, Darrell Green, Art Monk, Tony Boselli, and many others. Yolanda first book released in September 2013 which
will include 10 city tour in 2014 across the United States, France and continent of Africa where she will share her inspirational book dedicated to “Mothers & Son's” - "Letters to Our Sons" - A Mother's Journey Raising Sons to Become Men with Character and Courage. To Book her Visit www.lettertooursons.com Purchase book through Amazon and Barnes & Noble - Follow book on facebook and twitter
February 24th 2015 7:00pm Our guest this evening is Russell Scott from Guelph, Ontario.
Russell Scott For over 30 years through his retreats and one-to-one mentorship, Russell has helped thousands of individuals experience and live from the spaciousness, joy and deep fulfillment of their true nature and purpose in life. He is one of the new generations of “no-dogma” spiritual teachers and is the author of the book “Awakening the Guru in You” Recently, in his 11 years as the owner of the Ecology Retreat Centre near Orangeville, Ontario, Canada he pioneered programs in green building, sustainable living and personal growth. He says he met more spiritual teachers than one can shake a zen-stick at and as a result developed a keen radar for teachings that either create dependency or liberation.
All this has led him to write the critically acclaimed book: “Awakening the Guru in You” and become well-known across Canada as one of the new generation of “no dogma spiritual guides” who helps the growing number of independent seekers, spiritual non-followers and mystic misfits live from a deep connection to the beauty, inner strength and magnificence of their true selves.
For 30 years he has presented over 100 retreats and done 1000’s of hours of Clearing, in the process he calls Co-evolution. People on his retreats frequently report following off their chairs and ass-ending in paroxysms of laughter when they experience who they really are.
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Branding your business is critical for success!! However, we don't always know the tricks and strategies to accomplish a winning Branding Plan. Join me with expert, Denise Lee Yohn, author of the book "What Great Brands Do- The 7 Brand Building Principles". An influential writer and brand expert, Denise enjoys challenging readers to think differently about brand-building. She is a regular contributor to the Harvard Business Review blog, Forbes, and Seeking Alpha, she writes the monthly column Brand New Perspectives to QSR Magazine, and she regularly appears on Fox Business TV as a commentator on breaking business news. With her expertise and personal approach, Denise delivers an array of inspirational workshops, presentations, and keynote addresses to business leaders in all industries. When she’s not writing or speaking, she serves as the brand director for TEDx San Diego, co-chairs the San Diego Sports Innovators Springboard committee, and sits on the board of directors for a branch of the YMCA. Don't miss this episode of the Mark Kohler Show!! Tuesday, February 24th, at 11am PST / 2 EST. You can call in and listen LIVE on the road at 646-200-4285, or listen in here from your computer.
Tonight On Crush Radio:
Prince Charming- Tall, Dark, and Handsome. Thats the story we've all been told but not quite the whole truth. Discuss the historic and religious truth of this story and how it still exists today.
Walt Disney- The perverse nature of Disney. There are sublimial messages in these films and they are directly pointed at our children.
Megalithic Structures- The Pyramids of Egypt, China, and Mexico. A brief history and their link to the heavens.
Book Review- The Sirius Mystery: New Scientific Evidence of Alien Contact 5,000 Years Ago
Dr. Gard Jameson received his PhD from Pacifica Graduate Institute and has a BA in Religious Studies from Stanford University. He teaches Chinese and Indian philosophy in the Philosophy Department at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. Prior to his tenure at UNLV, he spent 25 years practicing as a Certified Public Accountant and Director of Financial Planning at Piercy, Bowler, Taylor & Kern and Touche Ross.
Dr. Jameson is the author of three books, Footprints on the Sands of Time, the story of his mentor, Dr. Raymond M. Alf, Phaethon, Our Mythic Moment, an ancient Greek tale that illuminates our current predicament, and Monkey, Our Mythic Moment, the grand epic of China.
Dr. Jameson helped found and chairs the boards of the Children’s Advocacy Alliance (http://caanv.org/), the Interfaith Council of Southern Nevada (http://interfaithsn.org/) and the Nevada Institute for Spirituality in Healthcare. He is the Treasurer and Cofounder of Volunteers in Medicine in Southern Nevada (http://vmsn.org). He also helped found the Nevada Community Foundation along with serving on the board of the Stillpoint Center for Spiritual Development and the Alf Museum of Life in Clarement, California. Dr. Jameson’s greatest joy is his wife, Florence, who is a medical doctor, and their two children, Michael and Julia.
I know, I know, you were promissed that Kevin wouldn't be there and we had an all female cast for this one, but through no fault of their own, some of our pannel couldn't join, soooo....
Join Kevin & Karen as we pay tribute to Women of Science, who are all too often forgotten by mainstream and often faced difficult chalenges living in a man's world but through sheer love of science, made history.
Nancy joins us for This day in history segment with a story on a groundhog biting a mayor,
We have the Another brilliant moment..., and the Top 10 other women of science you should know
Karen offers us a Spotlight on Mme Marie Curie
And we interview Rachel Nanon Brown, a paleoantropologist working in Texas on Mammoths, formely science host on Dogma Debate with David Smalley and now chairs the science segment on Atheists on air podcast.
don't miss it
This episode was pre-recorded
Conventional approaches to growing leadership don't work very well, according to nearly everybody. Into this gap comes Herminia Ibarra with her first hand experiences at INSEAD, combined with the insight and analysis that have become her trademark. Calling in to the show live from France, Herminia shares with us the surprising inversion she discovered, and a new, more effective way to grow ourselves -- and others -- as senior leaders.
Anyone making the transition from a line manager to a cross functional or strategic leader position, should listen (and look for her forthcoming book, Act Like a Leader, Think Like a Leader, coming from Harvard Business Review Press on 10-Feb-2015).
Herminia Ibarra is the Cora Chaired Professor of Leadership and Learning and Professor of Organisational Behaviour at INSEAD. Prior to joining INSEAD she served on the Harvard Business School faculty for thirteen years. She is Vice-Chair of the World Economic Forum’s Global Agenda Council on Women's Empowerment and Chairs the Visiting Committee of the Harvard Business School. Thinkers50 ranked Ibarra #9 among the most influential business gurus in the world.
HealthCare Consumerism Radio is back on the Internet air waves! Following a six-week winter break, hosts Doug Field and Brent Macy kick off the new year with three familiar guests. The first is Todd Berkley, president of HSA Consulting Services. Author of The HSA Owner's Manual, Todd is one of the nation's most respected experts on all things health savings accounts. In this interview, Todd discusses his newly published book, the 2015 outlook for HSAs and his upcoming Private Exchange FORUM workshop, The Game-Changing Combination of HSAs and Private Exchanges. For the second segment, Brent and Doug welcome John Young, CEO, Consumerdriven, and Ernie Harris, EVP, Exchange Solutions, Maestro Health. As co-chairs for the upcoming Private Exchange FORUM, Ernie, John and the hosts discuss the 2015 landscape for private health insurance exchanges.
Call in or listen 267 521 0167 to discuss with Yvonne Smith and Frank and Blankenship There has been a call to return to the Asylum and reintroduction of the Murphy Bill. Good idea or Bad?
Frank Blankenship is a psychiatric treatment survivor and an anti-psychiatry human rights activist. With David Oaks, Al Galves and others, Frank successfully screened the Arlington Virginia American Psychiatric Association offices for normality back in October 2007. Before moving to Gainesville, Florida, he lived in Charlottesville, Virginia. While in Virginia he served as point person for MindFreedom Virginia, and in Florida he is the contact person for MindFreedom Florida. Having completed both basic and advanced Leadership Academy trainings. Frank has co-facilitated Leadership Academy training sessions in Gainesville. Working with MindFreedom Florida, Frank helped bring Daniel Mackler to Gainesville for a film festival and panel discussion. He was the chair of the MindFreedom International Affiliate Support Committee and currently co-chairs the Landing Zone Committee. His current projects include an endeavor to introduce Open Dialogic practices in Florida, and he hopes to launch a mutual support group locally for people who wish to taper off psychiatric drugs.
The green canopies of the Fourth Coast Cafe jut out from the old brick building near the corner of Vine street and Westnedge avenue in Kalamazoo, Michigan. The only twenty-four hour cafe in the city and, as far as I know, in the state is a social hub for a community of college students, alumni, free thinkers, and everyone else. It's a shining beacon of warmth and caffeine in even the darkest and coldest nights. The side door might be closed in the winter, but the front door is never locked.
As I enter through the glass door, the scent of coffee mingles with the smell of the street and the smoke of a couple on the sidewalk talking about politics, philosophy, and the latest additions to their record collections. To the right of the stairway, which leads up to the Crow's Nest restaurant, is another glass door which swings into the cafe. My ears are treated to snippets of conversations ranging from chess moves to stories of drunken debauchery. To my left, a barista turns on an industrial sized coffee grinder as another presses levers on a well used espresso machine, eliciting a low hiss as espresso fills a tiny metal cup. The place smells of old art, new coffee, fresh tea, and human energy. This coffee shop is where people come to meet with old friends and new minds. This is where they come to plan, and at times even create, new works of poetry, drawings, novels, and everything else which breaths life into life. This place is the living breath of Kalamazoo.
I add a little sugar to my drink and fall in love with the dull clank of the spoon against the thick walls of the tall glass cups the cafe uses. I look around and see that my usual table, in the center of the room, is taken, so I make my way to the bar stools and take a seat there. The chairs are surprisingly comfortable for being simple wooden seats. It's clear that the cafe knows well that people come here to stay for long periods at a time.
From fellow pols to constituents, everyone in Boston seems to love Matt O'Malley. The City Councilor for the West Roxbury and Jamaica Plain neighborhoods (and smidgens of two others) will be on again with us.
He is indefatigable and seems to0 appear everywhere. We'll likely touch on many subjects. He has strong opinions on the city's 2024 Olympics bid and in other sports is likely to talk underinflated footballs. We've had big shifts in the Mayor's office and the police force. He can tell us what he sees there. For some folk, the topics might but mundane, but he heads the city's Environment and Parks Committee and co-chairs the Education one. He has driven the likes of recycling and composting to make Boston cleaner and greener. We'll ask about those and what he sees with the search for a new schools super.
In short, if you want to know that is happening, will happen or should happen in Boston, start with Matt.