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Join us this week as we have another great show planned for you. This week we welcome back our brotha from the Motor City Mr. Ray Stone. He has a new book out that we will discuss. And it's title will be our show topic this week. Which is called "Are You A Product Of Your Environment?" This is a really powerful book and one you all will want to get. So be sure to tune in at 6pm est. Our call in number is 619-393-2813. PEACE& BLESSINGS "BROTHA INSIGHT
What is an Environment of Support?
How would an environment of support help me?
What if I am stuck in the environment I am in and it does not support me?
How do I get people in my environment to support me?
Where do I start?
These are some of the questions that came to Jen of Everyday Joy last week after the show
A ‘Why’ Stronger Than Any No where Jen shared the importance in creating an Environment that supported the planning of the funeral for her daughter’s family.
Today on Everyday Joy, Jen is going to take you through some of the first steps that are so important to creating an Environment that supports you in being successful in any area of your lif. She will guide you through some exercises about becoming aware of your current Environment, realizing what is working and what is not, as well as give you tips to begin to nurture and change your current environment to become an Environment of Support.
This show is the first in a series that is all about creating an Environment of Support.
A show set up to look for solutions to solving the degrading conditions of the Ogoni environment.
To make the show a success, Lemixmedia urges whoever has suggestions to call 858-683-1329 during On-Air Time and say the suggestions or ask the host some questions.
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The devastations of the Ogoni environment can take 30 years restoration project to to get it back to normal, according to the 14 months UNEP report on impacts of oil exploitations on Ogoni environment. The report also carried that the life span of an Ogoni person is 50 years or less. If this is the case, why the Goodluck Jonathan govt has not done anything about the dreaded environmental situation in Ogoniland? This is the question this show is asking.
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Help make Ogoni environment a safe place for the future.
Who do you surround yourself with?
Who do you spend the most time with?
Who is in your life with a total focus on your Success?
Who are the nay-sayers in your life?
Who is in your life by default?
Who shows up and believes in you, no matter what?
These questions and much more will be explored today on Everyday Joy.
Jen is going to be talking about our individual core essence qualities and how honoring them in yourself and in others can create an Environment where everyone succeeds and feels fulfilled by living their genius. The topic of delegation, saying No and the roles of family and friends will also be explored.
Whether it is a household, a business, planning a wedding or other major life event this show will give you guidelines and tools for creating an Environment of Success!
Grab a piece of paper and let’s get curious, resourceful and excited about Your Environment of Support!
For more information about Jen go to www.everydayessence.com
Terracycle and Chapel Hill Elementary School students will join Anna's Journey on this episode to discuss how the two are connected. We will be exploring all the great ways Terracycle is helping the environment with recycling and upcycling various recyclables! This company is working toward a ZERO TRASH stream world! Sounds awesome to me!
Chapel Hill Elementary school, in Baltimore County (MD), will also join the show to explain how excited the students are about helping reduce trash, help the environment, and have fun doing it.
The environment sucks and causes cancer. True? False? What can we do? Let's find out on this episode of The Stupid Cancer Show with experts Lindsay Dahl (Deputy Director, Safer Chemicals, Healthy Families), Sarada Tangirala (Grassroots Coordinator, Campaign for Safe Cosmetics) and Nancy Buermeyer (Senior Policy Strategist, Breast Cancer Fund). Special guest Lori Thompson in the survivor spotlight.
Today on Everyday Joy Jen will be exploring these external aspects of creating an Environment of Support.
When you consider the Location of your Environment what are you aware of? Do you feel appreciation and love or do you experience dread and frustration?
When you think about the Details of your Environment what do you notice? Can you list 10 details in your environment that are supportive of you? Can you list 10 things that are not supportive and that you can change immediately?
Now consider the Tools in your Environment, what are they? Are the tools handy or a burden to access? Are they ready to support you if needed?
These are all questions that Jen will be exploring as she supports you through the continued process of Creating an Environment of Support through this series of shows on Everyday Joy.
Today award-winning television host, popular cookbook author and vegan chef Laura Theodore, the Jazzy Vegetarian welcomes the Oregonian's Foodday features writer, Grant Butler to hear about How Eating a Vegan Diet Helps the Environment. And speaking of a vegan diet, Laura Theodore’s newest cookbook: Jazzy Vegetarian Classics: Vegan Twists on American Family Favorites is now available wherever fine books are sold, along with her popular book: Jazzy Vegetarian, Lively Vegan Cuisine That’s Easy and Delicious. Starting April 15th, a re-broadcast of Jazzy Vegetarian Season One, airs on the CREATE Channel all across the country. Grant Butler is a features writer for The Oregonian's Foodday section, and writes the twice-monthly Going Vegan column, which explores plant-based living and cooking. In addition, he contributes to the paper's arts and travel coverage. Off the job, he's obsessed with Portland's farmers markets, home cooking, live theater and film.
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