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The Female Entrepreneur focuses on personal and business development of female entrepreneurs under the umbrella of having fun in business, motivation and building our perseverance.
With diverse topics ranging from developing business tools to staying focused on your vision, this weekly show is devoted to working through and beyond obstacles and hurdles that women entrepreneurs deal with every day. Whether you are challenged by money, time, fear or lack of support, Thr Female Entrepreneur is committed to providing solutions while having fun.
WOMEN DO BUSINESS DIFFERENTLY THAN MEN: As women, we tend to juggle more than most men in business. Learning to balance our lives, feel fulfilled, make money and keep everything around us working can be quite a challenge.
Show host and creator, Janice Montgomery Albokai-Strauser, described as a tenacious, passionate, radio show host, professional and entrepreneur has worked with the small business community, since 1993.
Janice has coached and mentored more than 10,000 small business owners & professionals nationwide.
Her career in ministry & business is driven with a desire to assist small business owners on their journey with a ‘Road Map and Keys to Success in Life & Business.
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Take A Journey With Us Tonight Throughout The State of Louisiana!
Listen and reminence as the music flows like butter through your ears. Slippery, melancholy little notes that take you away to another time and place. Listen... as it plays out from distant portals and doors of any city you visit.
[ But, upon closer review anyone can see that the view is askew. ]
Slanted towards almost certain oblivion of the female artist, and her legacy.
At least, for those of ethnic backgrounds.
We will explore a piece of Louisiana's 'omitted musical history' as we share the journey of a few who's footsteps opened then doors for women of color within the state.
As We Get LIVE AFTER DARK!
Your Hosts: Betty Lewis & Diamond Ryan
Please join me today . Tuesday Jan 27th at 11am CST as I talk about some of the female leaders in the Scriptures God is not a respector of persons- people are.
for in Christ Jesus you are all sons of God, through faith.(Galatians 3:26)
For as many of you as were baptized into Christ have put on Christ. (Galatians 3:27)
There is neither Jew nor Greek, there is neither slave nor free, there is neither male nor female; for you are all one in Christ Jesus. (Galatians 3:28)
And if you are Christ's, then you are Abraham's offspring, heirs according to promise. (Galatians 3:29)
The Spirit of God on Pentecost poured out His Spirit on His menservants and maidservants.
We are supposed to be Fellow Laborers In Christ. Paul commends females and males alike.
The bold Black Power Warrior General, Dr. Alli Muhammad M.S., PhD, MD discusses the The effects of the Traumatic-Black African Holocaust Disorder ™©:
Racial Slavery obtrusion-traumas & their role in the destruction of the Black Male, Black Female Relationship norms & damage of the Black-African Family Paradigm.
- Baba Osagyefo Olugbala Revolutionary Goon, Dr. Alli Muhammad, AKA "Super Nigga." Stands firm on all our battlefileds to assure our victory. Doing the work is his life. And freeing our people is his destiny as our bold BLACK POWER WARRIOR GENERAL. BLACK POWER! -
Welcome to His & Hers. The new super show with your favorite host from Male Perspective and Lady Love. Still here to answer all of your questions (that you can send to email@example.com). Get an honest male and female perspective on your questions. So be prepared for laughter, lessons, and most importantly honesty.
Victoria Christopher Murray, a native of Queens, attended New York University where she received her MBA.
Victoria originally self-published her first novel, Temptation and in 2000, Temptation made numerous best sellers list and remained on the Essence bestsellers list for nine consecutive months. In 2001, Temptation was nominated for an NAACP Image Award in Outstanding Literature. February 2014, Victoria received another nomination for an NAACP Image Award in Outstanding Literature for her novel, Never Say Never.
Victoria has written fifteen adult novels. In 2012, Victoria joined ReShonda Tate Billingsley in the collaboration of Jasmine character against Rachel Adams, a first lady created by ReShonda. In her latest novel, it has been quoted by USA Today as “a book club recommendation.”
Victoria has received numerous awards including the Golden Pen Award for Best Inspirational Fiction and the Phyllis Wheatley Trailblazer Award for being a pioneer in African American Fiction. Since 2007, Victoria has won six African American Literary Awards for best novel, best Christian fiction and Author of the Year - Female. Her 2013 NAACP Image Award nomination for Destiny's Divas was her second Image Award nomination.
On February 3, 2014, Victoria and her writing twin, ReShonda Tate Billingsley, launch their very own boutique publishing co, Brown Girls Publishing. (www.browngirlspublishing.com)
Victoria splits her time between Los Angeles and Washington D.C. In Los Angeles, and is a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority.
Our lives are manifestation of what we believe about ourselves. It starts with who our parents told us we were. Were you told you were poor? Disadvantaged? Lower class? Dumb? Lazy? Too fat? Not working hard enough? Not attractive enough? Your parents may have unknowingly instilled a victim complex in you from childhood, to compensate for their own feelings of failure. Most of us have been attacked by our parents for being inadequate, their way of using fear to motivate us to try harder. Unknowingly, they often caused quite the opposite, instilling in us the belief that we really are inadequate. We fail at something then defensively blame others, rather than learn from our mistakes and have the confidence to try again. This affects everything from education, to jobs, to marriages, to raising our own children. Sometimes the pressure from our parent's attacks can cause us turn to alcohol or drugs for a temporary escape. Then we actually do become the failures they warned us we would be. Unless we consciously undo their negative programming, our lives become manifestations of their fear based parenting. We have to stop the cycle of fear and take control of our lives. Honestly look at your life today.What negative thoughts about yourself are you holding on to? How do you replace them with positive thoughts in order to manifest the life you really want?
We Dish on EVERYTHING. From clothes, current events, black female enterprise, black feminism, black female rights, black female sexuality, black female health, black female wealth and most importantly BLACK FEMALE SOVEREIGNTY!
While Iyanla mite "help" you "fix" your life: the Angry Deva's help you GET YO LIFE!
In all thy Getting, get an Understanding.
The Original Mother, the Black Wombyn is the last to awaken to her Divinity and Divine Place in the Cosmos. We are the place to discuss all the things they DON'T WANT us to talk about or focus on. Tune in daily, write to us to be a host, and share! This is FOR US and BY US. so lets SUPPORT our OWN.
Have you ever heard that whoever is asking questions is in control? Successful salespeople have processes and they do not deviate from their process. They are active listeners and they ask powerful and direct questions.
Maura Schreier-Fleming author of Real-World Selling for Out-of-this-World Results will share her expertise on asking questions that sell.
Maura is the President of Best@Selling (www.Bestatselling.com.) She works with business and sales professionals to sell more and be more productive at work. Her presentations and consulting focus on the skills and strategies that immediately produce results in business today.
She is a sales expert blogger for Allbusiness.com. An engineer by training, she has appeared on numerous radio shows from coast to coast to discuss selling and business. She is a regular guest columnist on sales with the Dallas, Austin and Houston Business Journals
Maura started her company in 1997. Her clients include Fortune 500 companies from diverse industries including Fujitsu, UPS, Capital One Bank, Ebby Halliday Realtors, Thomas Lighting, JC Penney, Houston Texans, Fina and Oronite Chemicals. Maura speaks at trade association conferences across the country including Society of Government Meeting Professionals, SITE, PCMA, and many others. She was in the oil business for over 20 years. Maura was Mobil Oil’s first female lubrication engineer in the United States. At Chevron, she was one of their top 5 salespeople in the U.S.
Tune in as Vashti and Sharona preview the Superbowl with special guests Dayna Gorman of NFL Female and Steve Balestrieri of Pats Fans plus our signature segment Game On or Game Over. 2 hour edition live 10 am EDT to 11 am EDT Friday, January 30, 2015
Kojak (b. Floyd Anthony Perch, kingston, Kingston, Jamaica, began his career chanting on various sound systems under the guise of Pretty Boy Floyd. He adopted the gangster image that had proved successful for Dennis Alcapone and Dillinger.He change stage name to Nigger Kojak. His debut, ‘Massacre’, proved a local hit. In 1978 Dennis Brown had an international hit with the remake of ‘Money In My Pocket’, which was followed by ‘Ain’t That Loving You’, featuring Kojak And Liza performing ‘Hole In De Bucket’. The partnership led to conflicting reports as to the identity of Kojak’s fellow artist, as there were in fact two Mama Lizas, Beverly Brown and Jacqueline Boland. His female partner was always labelled simply as Liza, which hindered the women’s careers,. The duo performed ‘Fist To Fist Rub A Dub’, a tribute to the soft drink Sky Juice, the modest ‘One Thousand Gal’ and the festive ‘Christmas Stylee’. By 1981 Kojak And Liza had become well established and the unprecedented success of ‘Nice Up Jamaica’ was endorsed by the Jamaican tourist board. The song, although on some pressings credited to the duo, was actually a solo from Floyd Perch that verged on the surreal. By 1982 he became known as Papa Kojak and was a featured DJ at the acclaimed Skateland show, recorded live as A Dee Jay Explosion. By 1996, performing ‘What Time Is It’, was met with enthusiasm. The song was included on his distinguished comeback album of soul cover versions, which featured backing vocals from Nadine Sutherland, J.C. Lodge, Marcia Griffiths and Judy Mowatt. The paucity of female DJ performers has often been criticized, along with the fact that early performances were only in a supporting role. The pioneering efforts of the two Lizas have since been acknowledged on record as influencing the likes of Sister Nancy and Lady Saw.call in 661-467-2407
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