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Legacy Forum is on the Seika Network providing information that assist people in living their dreams. Children dream of greatness. Adults trade those dreams for an illusionary reality.
We are here to stop the brainwashing and help people live a life worth remembering. A positively impactful legacy requires time freedom, economic empowerment, and a powerful belief. Our mission is to help enlighten people to the greatness within them and assist in providing the tools necessary for achievement.
This week's guest is Dixie Crowe, collegiate equestrian
Legacy Forum helps people create an inspirational legacy. The program topics feature Yoga, Business, Politics, Network Marketing, Self Development, Informational Tidbits, and Guest Interviews.
The Legacy Forum is hosted by Robin and Harry Shivery. Robin is a certified Yoga Instructor and Certified Surgical Technologist. Harry is a retired Entrepreneur and Black Belt. Robin and Harry are dedicated to the principal of giving back.
In this segment, Things get turned inside out. Dixie Gillaspie interviews Todd Weaver in a turn of the tides. Todd is the Host of this very show and shares his story of overcoming the self inflicted obstacles he has encountered in his life and how he continues to seek insight and share his story. Our guest host Dixie, has been called a firestarter, a muse, and a blast through artist. But most people who know her just call her "Dynamite, a nickname she acquired in the second grade. In her words, she has been a coach, business consultant and analyst, a change agent, and a general trouble-shooter to entrepreneurs and business leaders for more years than she is willing to admit. She is the author of Just Blow it Up, Firepower for Living an Unlimited Life and a companion book, Doses of Dynamite, Firepower for Capturing the Inspiration in Everyday Things. Dixie considers herself more of a story teller than a speaker, but she’s shared the stage with the likes of Zig Ziglar, Bob Burg, John David Mann, Scott Ginsberg and Mark Sanborn. She's allergic to the word CAN'T and her Blast Thru Coaching method is a process for challenging, and even eliminating that word from your vocabulary. You can learn more about Dixie HERE and follow her on Facebook and Twitter. As always, you can follow Todd on Facebook and Twitter.
Welcome to BTR's featured World of Ink Network. On today's Stories for Children show, listeners will get to meet Christa Pierce, a 24-year-old author and illustrator making her literary debut with Did You Know That I Love You?, published by HarperCollins, which Publisher’s Weekly calls a “sweetly assuring ode to unconditional love” and Brooke Shields raves, “I can't wait to read this to my girls. It so sweetly exemplifies the countless ways in which love is given.”
The show will air live on Monday March 23rd at 4pm Eastern - 3pm Central - 2pm Moutain - 1pm Pacific
Did You Know That I Love You? was originally written as a letter to her mother during a difficult time in their relationship, offers a heartfelt story about the importance of expressing your feelings to those you love.
The World of Ink Network is more than just a blog talk radio show network, it also offers writing and marketing help. You can learn more about WOI at http://worldofinknetwork.com
About the Host: Virginia S Grenier is a creative writing instructor for Dixie State University's CommunityEd program, a freelance content editor, director of the St. George Book Festival; along with being a Mom's Chocie and Award-winning author.
We invite you to listen in live and join us in the chatroom during the show.
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ALIVE TO THRIVE WITH BRENDA FRASER airs every Friday at 12 Noon CST. Join Brenda as she investigates trending topics in Art, Culture, and Film while making timely observations that hit the mark with what today's audiences want to hear!
Three-time Grammy nominee and multi-platinum songwriter and musician MIKE HENDERSON of Nashville will be on today. He is a songwriter and musician who has recorded with such artists as Waylon Jennings, Emmylou Harris, Mark Knopfler, Albert King, Hank Williams Jr., Johnny Lang, Guy Clark, John Hiatt, Sting, Bo Diddley, Tim McGraw, Lucinda Williams, Bob Seeger, Patty Loveless along with many others. Mike most recently recorded with Martina McBride and Blake Shelton. His songs have been recorded by Adele, The Dixie Chicks, Kenny Rogers, Daryl Worley, Patty Loveless, Travis Tritt, Trisha Yearwood, The Fabulous Thunderbirds, Soloman Burke, Marty Stuart and Randy Travis among others. A frequent visitor to the historic BLUE BIRD CAFE, Mike is one of the BEST GUITARISTS IN THE WORLD.
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A new and exciting variety broadcast that covers all things hoodoo, rootwork, and conjure.
"From deep in the heart of Texas, where the stars at night are big and bright, comes The Now You Know Show, with Professor Charles Porterfield, here to tell it like it was and how it is, to help school ya, so no one can fool ya!"
Tune in and learn valuable lessons about the practice of hoodoo, conjure, and throwing roots with a skilled practitioner who brings a lifetime of experience to the task of teaching newbies and entertaining old-time practitioners alike. Professor Porterfield is a talented rootworker, a dedicated founding member of AIRR, a gifted reader, and one of our dearest friends. We are proud to sponsor him in this new adventure.
At Professor Porterfield's TheNowYouKnowShow.com web site, you can find updates and information on the show -- or, to access episodes directly, just go to The Now You Know Show at Blog Talk Radio
A Confederate page where you can Express Your Southern Pride! God BLESS DIXIE AND THE REBEL FLA...G AND ALL OF THE CONFEDERATE SOLDIERS WHO DIED FOR OUR SOUTHERN STATES. Keep those flags flying high and proud!
No, I'm no more racist than the next person. The fact is that the War between the states A had very little to do with slavery. In fact, it had nothing to with slavery until 1863 when Lincoln used it as a political agenda to save his sorry, dictator wannabe butt.
The War Between the States was about state rights. The north was imposing tariffs out the wazoo on the south. Illegal tariffs, I might add.
Sure, the south wasn't perfect; who is? All I'm saying is that they were the ones ultimately in the right in that 19th century fiasco and they took the flack for it because the winners write the history books. No the true history is written by warriors.
If you want to argue with me, please, argue intelligently. I loath hippies.
Just remember two things: 1) THE NORTHERN STATES HAD MANY SLAVES; 2)The emancipation proclamation claimed (because it had no legal authority) to free only the slaves in the "rebelling states." Northerners were free to keep their slaves until the 13th Amendment.
Why does it matter? Because a lot of heroes died trying to defend the Constitution of the United States of America, which was, at the time, still the Supreme Law of the Land in most cases. After this atrocity more commonly known as the "Civil War," all clauses and amendments regarding states rights have been ignored in every case that didn't directly benefit the federal government.
Born in Washington, D.C. and raised in Virginia, Richard Leigh was born into a home filled with domestic violence that ultimately claimed the life of both parents. Richard became an orphan at the tender age of four.
Going from family to family, he sought comfort in the form of music and songwriting. By the time he was ten, he was performing at church and school functions. By the time he was a teen, he was performing in music venues. Despite his humble beginnings, Richard went on to write songs for the greatest country music artists in history, including Ray Charles, George Jones, Alabama, Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, The Dixie Chicks, and more. Award trophies include a Grammy, CMA Award, and Richard is one of only ten songwriters in history to ever receive the Song of the Century award. Arguably his most famous song, Don't It Make My Brown Eyes Blue, reached #1 on both the Pop and Country charts, earning Richard his first Grammy. He was inducted into the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame in 1994. To date, Richard’s music has sold 50 million records and has made fourteen trips into the top ten, including eight #1 hits.
Join hosts Lynda Cheldelin Fell & Angie Cartwright as they talk with Richard Leigh about his humble beginnings and journey into stardom, and learn the story behind his keynote speech Three Minute Miracles: From Orphan to the Hall of Fame on Wednesday, March 18 beginning at 6 pm pacific / 9 pm eastern.
Paul Booth discusses the films of Cameron Crowe, and recent Oscar nominated films.
Bruce Prichard's most famous role was as Brother Love. The red-faced, preacher-like character debuted in the summer of 1988. He claimed he was in WWE to spread the word of love. He made himself appear as a friendly guy who's favorite catchphrase was "I love you!" In reality, Love was a slimy, greedy individual who was out to get money. With "Million Dollar Man" Ted DiBiase as the benefactor for his weekly show, Love would have no problem doing that. Brother Love had a weekly segment on WWE Wrestling Challenge called, "The Brother Love Show." He had a wrestler or manager as his guest every week, usually to talk about a current feud or an upcoming match. Sometimes, a guest wouldn't buy Brother Love's act, and would give him a beat-down. Brother Love fizzled out in 1991. He made a brief comeback in 1995, but soon disappeared again. He still makes occasional on-screen appearances. He competed in the Gimmick Battle Royal at Wrestlemania X-Seven, and also at Vengeance 2003 as part of the APA Invitational, but on both occasions, still could not pull off the victory. Whether you liked Brother Love, or hated him, one thing is for sure. He loves you!
We discuss Bruce's WWE Run and His TNA run and so much more so do not miss a moment of this incredible interview.