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http://blogtalkradio.com/hollischapmanshow Thomas D. Craig Life is a choice for Riley Porter. He flees in the middle of the night with his mother after years of abuse from his father only to find alienation, anger, and lies hiding out in a small town. It is here Riley finds himself and walks a path of truth, of integrity, of love with the guidance of his new mentor and friend Willy. This story is loosely based on the Zen story of the same name that tells of a Zen master, Hakuin, who is accused of wrong doing in a small village only to respond unmoved to a wrongful accusation. It is in this spirit that Riley chooses peace and love amidst the chaos around him. As Buddha told us, life is suffering, yet it is each moment that we choose our life.
THIS IS DEFINITELY A SHOW MEN SHOULD TAKE PART IN!
Although crying is natural, there are still many signs and messages that strong men don’t cry.
Many parents raise their sons to cry privately, if at all. It has been ingrained in many men, at an early age, that masculine identity means holding back the tears except during times of extreme grief.
With many men who hold back the tears or curtail their emotion, is it any wonder why many may be suffering from mental, physical, and spiritual health issues ?
Well, on this episode, in the first hour, we’re going to discuss this very topic with the cast of “THE THINGS THAT MAKE MEN CRY” which opens in Los Angeles on November 1, 2013. We will discuss this powerful new play, which deals with the complexities of men who internalize their emotions.
In the second hour, we are honored to have one of the nation's leading clinical psychologists, Dr. Gloria Morrow, who will discuss the parallels of her work and being co-producer of “Things That Make Men Cry”. Dr. Morrow will provide information that is sure to help many men who suffer in silence when it comes to their emotional well-being.
Please join us on Wednesday, October 23, 2013, for “Real Men Don’t Cry: A Cultural Fable”
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Kill Robin Hood - The Surprising Truth About What it Really Takes to Get Rich
You might ask yourself, "Why kill Robin Hood, isn't he one of the good guys?"
Forget everything you’ve heard about Robin Hood and open yourself up for an adventure of a lifetime as you experience this provocative and revolutionary new concept. Janine Elias unlocks the hidden power behind how the fables we grew up with influence our decisions and perceptions, and how the Robin Hood Fable is actually keeping us from having all the money we want to live life on our terms.
When you Kill Robin Hood you give yourself permission to have all the money you want to live life on your terms and declare your financial independence.
Author Janine Elias is also the founder of the Elias Relationship Academy and Awakening the Voice of America. She has dedicated her life to supporting others in developing extraordinary relationships. Her concepts and understanding of the differences between women and men, the masculine and feminine, and how to make those differences work to support and improve your relationships will forever change the way you communicate, live, love, and work together as men and women.
To learn more about Janine, Kill Robin Hood and the Elias Relationship Academy, visit her online at www.JanineElias.com and www.EliasRelationshipAcademy.com.
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Morning Star Holmes, author of, "Transitional Wisdom: A Guide to Healthy Aging & Completing Life with Dignity" and "Transitional Wisdom Action Journal," will join us to talk about her guide and workbook.
And another great report on what's happening in beautiful paradise of Puerto Vallarta, Mexico
Musician, Manager, and Owner of Fable Records, Michael Mordecai will join us LIVE in the studio to talk about Jazz and all other things happening in the Live Music Capital of the U.S.
And, since July is Sandwich Generation Awareness Month, we'll have a discussion about that.
Youth Has No Age!
On this week’s edition of Scottscope Talk Radio, the roundtable reviews Transformers: Age of Extinction! Is it on par with the first three? Is it any better than the first three? Might it actually be worse? Do the Dinobots actually make an appearance? Is it time for Michael Bay to walk away from the franchise? Can Michael Bay actually be considered an auteur, or is he merely a skilled technician? Is the franchise beyond redemption at this point? Is the source material too inane to be made palatable for adults?
We’ll also be reviewing the sci-fi actioner Snowpiercer! Can it be considered a modern day fable? Is it on par with other dystopian sci-fi classics like The Matrix and The Road Warrior? Has director Bong Joon-ho managed to upstage his Hollywood brethren? Has Chris Evans become one of our most dependable leading men? Can he now be considered a fanboy favorite? Does this film show that groundbreaking sci-fi can be made on a meager budget?
Lastly, we’ll be celebrating the 25th anniversary of Do the Right Thing! It is still relevant after all these years? Is it evenhanded in its portrayal of race relations in America? Were critics right to fear that it might set off race riots around the country? Can Spike Lee still make films of this caliber? Is “Fight the Power” the greatest rap song to ever appear on a motion picture soundtrack? Does the film offer an accurate portrait of Koch-era New York?
Les is the President of Landes & Associates, specializing in aligning marketing communications with employee engagement. His blog is titled Inside Out, which is how you build brands, sustainable brands, from the inside out. That starts with employees and their engagement, their passion and commitment to their brand’s promises.
Les writes that he’s always felt a longing to get at the heart - the essential elemental truths- of what gets people tuned in, turned on, and eager to go the extra mile for the mutual benefit of themselves and the organizations they work for. I’m convinced that understanding those truths will help people ... tap into the full-blown potential of employee engagement.
While writing his book he discovered his single equation: the secret to employee engagement lies not merely in our capacity to imagine and choose, but in understanding how those qualities are inseparably interrelated.
Les writes his book as a business fable with two main characters. A searcher and a guide, a student and a teacher. The teacher guides the student through his journey of understanding that what engages employees is what separates employees from mere cogs. That’s imagination and free will. The power to see possibilities, to imagine a different future and the opportunity with resources and support to pursue it.
I can’t wait. Come join us.
Upcoming guests for May, June and July 2014:
Marni Mann - Pulled Beneath
Jessica Gordon - Becoming Mrs. Walsh
K'wan - Black Lotus
Brandy Jellum - If I Say Yes
Lisa Fender & Toni Burns - Fable (The Lorn Prophecy)
Tara Lee Reed - Coulda, Woulda, Shoulda
H.H. Fowler - Church Boyz
Glynis Astie - French Toast
Dewayne Alexander Smith - Forty Acres
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One of the most destructive myths created by the Mental Health Industry states that individuals who repeatedly ingest drugs, including alcohol, various stimulants and others having sedative effects and experience medical problems, behave in socially unacceptable ways or otherwise create economic or other difficulties demonstrate a type of mental illness termed addiciton. Moreover, in recent years individuals who engage in sexual activity deemed excessive or dangerous as well as those folks who gamble and lose enough money to create difficulties for themselve and family members are similarly said to be motivated by their addictions and defined as mentally ill or disordered. It is further argued, with no evidence to support these claims, that these illnesses are genetic and neurological in origins and represent lifelong problems requiring lifelong treatment. We will examine this fable along with its destructive consequences both to individuals diagnosed and society at large.
Dr. Joe Rubino, CEO of the Center For Personal Reinvention, is acknowledged as one of the world's foremost experts on the topic of elevating self-esteem. He is a life-changing personal development and success coach on how to restore self-esteem, achieve business success, maximize joy and fulfillment in life and productivity.
He is known for his groundbreaking work in personal and leadership development, building effective teams, enhancing listening and communication skills, life and business coaching and optimal life planning.
His 12 best-selling books and audio programs are available in 24 languages and in 59 countries and include:
The Self-Esteem Book: The Ultimate Guide to Boost the Most Underrated Ingredient for Success and Happiness in Life.
The Success Code, Books I & II
The Magic Lantern: A Fable about Leadership, Personal Excellence, and Empowerment
The Legend of the Light-Bearers: A Fable about Personal Reinvention and Global Transformation
The Seven Blessings: A Fable about the Secrets to Living Your Best Life
31 Ways to Champion Children to Develop High Self-Esteem
Dr. Joe offers powerful personal and group coaching to support business success and life fulfillment.
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