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Today we talk about CANEI (Constant And Never Ending Improvement), refining and getting better. We talk a lot about doing the hard work, and explain what that really means. We suggest some good books to read, and some techniques to self-improve. We also take your calls and questions. Let's Truck!
There are many talented people in this world who lack will, drive, and determination. How can you expect to be successful without hard work? Ambition is not a learned behavior it's a part of someone's character...So tonight on the getHeard Show we'll be talking about talent vs hard work and which one is more important to you and your career.
Join for this throwback Thursday episode of Stories for Life as Dr. Ken Weizer and Prostate Cancer Survivor Dan Self discuss the importance of working hard through the cancer journey. Sometimes, there’s not a better way. Sometimes, there’s only the hard way when you are experiencing the cancer dance first hand.
Some people say that all relationships, marriage, and love are “Hard Work,” but the work you put in can be rewarding when it’s done right. Others say that love, relationships, and marriage would never be labeled as “Hard Work” if people actually entered into these for the long haul, meaning that you’re signing up to stick together through good times and bad times so when the bad times come you don’t complain or bail. But, how you label the “Work” you put into relationships may have more to do with the person you’re with and how compatible the two of you are when it comes to problem solving, respect, and admiration, etc. Then again, maybe part of the “Hard Work” is less about the partnership and more about resolving issues of each individual so both people can heal, i.e. finding your collective cohesiveness.
Everyone enters relationships wounded in some way and the “Hard Work” may be humbling yourself to admit to flaws and do the “Work” to tackle difficult issues and challenges, making yourself a better partner for your mate. From this perspective, the "Hard Work” you do on yourself, benefits your mate and your relationship in a deeper sense. These are just a few ideas and We Want to Hear From You about how you find your relationships, marriage, and love to be “Hard Work,” if you do find them to be “Hard Work”?
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Straight talk on getting your 2016 objectives back on track.
Host Cyrus Webb welcomes back Shay Hodge to #ConversationsLIVE to discuss how his hard work, dedication and faith have guided him on and off the football field and how starting 2016 with the Saskatchewan Roughriders is only the beginning of an amazing year.
This week, Host Emma Boa-Durgammah is blessed to welcome Christ Follower and Kingdom Worker for Christ, Alisha Washington. Alisha will share how Kingdom Work for Christ can happen through wellness today. Her powerful testimony is indicative of the Lord’s Working Power over our mind, body, soul and spirit.
In 2013, Alisha was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis (MS), an autoimmune disease that causes the body to overprotect itself. The immune system in turn interprets everything consumed as an enemy. Like her immune system, Alisha had overprotected herself in every relationship she had with friends, family and strangers, putting put herself before everyone, including God. Tune in to find out how Christ miraculously transformed her life to one of service unto Him.
Alisha is currently a Light and Representative for Christ as the proud mother of 18-year-old songstress, Breyonna, a deacon and singles ministry leader in her local Church, within the U.S. Department of Education’s Office of the General Counsel while pursuing a degree in law, a certified personal trainer, nutritionist, mediator, and United States Military Veteran. For the latter, we thank her for her service.
More on this ministry at www.kingdomworkforChrist.com. A very special thanks to Alyce Metallo for her arrangement of Blessed Assurance (My Story), our opening song! Check her out at www.alycemetallo.com.
Wednesday is dedicated to survivors to call in and let us all know how they are seeking their support. How are they making the effort to find a support group, volunteer at a non-profit, researching or professional counseling? It is hard work learning how to find your healing and it takes time to learn how to live in your new life. Living in healing is something very new to survivors who have broken their silence and it takes a while to get a rhythm and security in their daily walk.
In-Flight Entertainment presents Marauder Radio: Tales of the Hole in the Soul Crew starring Bob Zima, MA/LCPC, a self described Frequent Flyer to Hell and Back. Bob has experienced many trips to the Gates of Hell and lived to tell the tale. Plus he has learned a thing or two along the way.
Marauder Radio is a cathartic & satirical podcast on which Bob shares with you his quirky and wacky insights and life lessons learned from his adventurous and E-True Hollywood-esque trips to Hell and back. Bob also leverages is master of arts in counseling psychology education (which by the way was at an Evangelical seminary) and his professional experiences as a license clinical counselor to offer additional fire power to his message.
Perhaps you may be inspired by this irreverent, blazon and passionate cathartic satirist who tells it like it is.
Perhaps not. You will have to listen to find out.
This show is for mature audiences with open minds and souls. Healing is NOT for wimps or the weak-hearted. It is work. Hard work!
On today’s show, Bob discusses that he is annoyed by the amount of dog hair in his house; yet when he relaizes what it means when the dog hair is gone, he's ok with the dog hair. What? Listen and find out.
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This Weekend Ricky Howsare will be missed, as he travels to Maryland to open for " The Platters".
Tonight on Corydon Live we feature Rye Davis who will be in Concert on Friday night, February 12, 2016,at Corydon Live!
Rye Davis grew up on a hundred acre farm with his parents and little brother. It was there he learned about hard work and honesty; values that stayed with him and that he uses in his musical career to this day!
Rising Star Contestant, Appeared at the Bluebird Cafe, and many others venues, he indeed is a young Alan Jackson but with a style and versatility all his own.
Come hear his story and see his great band in concert live at Corydon Live call (812) 734-6288 for reservations for this show
His show begins at 8pm ET, 7pm CT.
Leigh Ann Cooper and Faron Glen who will be in Concert on Saturday, February 13, for the regular Saturday night Show!
Their show is a tribute to Classic Country Valentines show.
That show begins at 730pm ET, 630pm CT
Call (347)215-7579 or toll free (877)217-4132, in the US only, to talk to any of our Stars tonight live- on Corydon Live.
Saturday February 20-By the Book Quartet, Songs by the OakRidge Boys and the Statler Brothers and Great Gospel Music.
Lines open at 6:10 for call-ins-must have non blocked numbers and only questions relating to performances are allowed, remember to keep your questions short, and be prepared to talk, turn your system down and one call per telephone number is recommended.
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