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Join your host Clairvoyant Psychic + Spiritual Teacher Bernadette Dickinson for the first 2016 Hidden Wisdom Radio show, shining wisdom on everyday issues of the heart, mind and soul. Today's topic is all about recognizing where your life is stuck on auto pilot and how to break out of it. It's Valentines Weekend 2016, time to love yourself and everyone else.
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(Although Bernadette brings through Source Energy and Spirit Guides in all of her teachings, shows, talks, there won't be any Free Readings on this show. Please feel free to call in about the topic of discussion.)
Hidden Wisdom Radio is an oasis of spiritual teachings that will help you in love, work, family and all aspects of daily living. Featuring topics on awakening your spiritual power and creating a fulfilling human experience while pursuing your best physical, intellectual and spiritual self.
For a private consultation visit Bernadette's website www.bernadettedickinson.com
Prophetess Servola and Dr. Charlene will host discussions on the topic of Healthy Life, Balanced Life. Did you make a promise to yourself that you would take better care of yourself this year? How has that been going? Have you gotten off track? Are ready to FINISH STRONG!!! Today we will start the series on just that! We invite you to join the conversation as we discuss God's desire for you to be healthy Mind, Body and Spirit. Join the conversation today!
Welcome to the Up2Me Radio Show with your Host Gabby G and today's special guest Ms. Cheryl Ash-Simpson, Executive Producer of the award winning Documentary Film "Sunshine, Noodles and Me".
About Sunshine, Noodles and Me: www.sunshinenoodlesandme.com
In 2009, Ash-Simpson was diagnosed with Stage IIA breast cancer just three days before her wedding. And not only was she preparing for her nuptials, but she was also planning a big move to Southeast Asia to begin her new life with her husband, Richard, who re-located to Malaysia for a new job. “Sunshine, Noodles and Me” chronicles Ash-Simpson’s treatment; loss of her hair, and her new lease on life in a country, far, far away. The documentary was shot on location in Malaysia, Singapore, Indianapolis and Dallas. Interestingly, Ash-Simpson’s mother, now 79, was diagnosed with early stages of breast cancer at the age of 69; but today, both women are surviving and thriving. Ash-Simpson took her story to a national platform with an appearance on the “Today Show,” as part of its October 2014 #PinkPower campaign in support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. She has also been featured in Jet Magazine, Empower Magazine, Madame Noire and several Talk Radio programs
The opinions expressed during this radio broadcast are for inspiration, information and entertainment purposes only.
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Shakira is featured on Life Lessons because we think she has something significant to teach others.
As a small girl she was rejected from the school choir and her music teacher told her that her voice sounded like a goat. If someone had said something like this to me I would probably be embarrassed to my core and would take on oath either to never sing again. But garnering the courage to sing infront of crowd in the same trait that was made fun of takes quite a character indeed. You need not fit everywhere: Her parents encouraged her saying “You have a beautiful voice, stick to what you are, don’t sing any less loud than what you think.” VALUE ORIGINALITY! The first two albums failed: Her first two albums Magia and Peligro, which were released in the early 1990s failed to achieve any commercial success. It took till 2006 for the phenomenal song “Hips Don’t Lie”. And in 2010 it was waka waka which has over 700 million views on youtube. What takes for someone to reach such a remarkable success- Persistence, patience, hard work, innovation, passion, belief, hope, dream, dedication. Giving it back Shakira is very well known for her involvement in philanthropic activity and charity work through her concerts. When she was young, her father took her to a local park to see the orphans who lived there and she said to herself ” One day, I am going to help these kids when I become a famous artist!” People have achieved a lot of things and some of them have decided to pay back.
Exclusive life lessons from the world's most popular football player and social media giant Cristiano Ronaldo.
This show is presented by Gracefully-Yours, favorite greeting cards for encouragement and thank you. Visit www.gracefully-yours.com for specials.
Football is the most popular sport in the world. According to statistics, football spectators number 3.5 billion, spanning across Europe, Australia, Asia, Africa and North and South America. It might even be a good bet that football is watched by those living in the polar region.
Among the current generation of football players, Cristiano Ronaldo is one of the most, if not the most, popular. The 30-year old Portuguese athlete was born in Madeira, Portugal, one of the four children of working class parents. Although his early years were full of hardship, Cristiano Ronaldo today is one of the highest paid sportsmen in the world. His rise to success can teach us a thing or two about achieving our dreams.
Find your passion
Passion for what we do certainly matters. Some even consider it as an investment in a chosen career. Although we might not go to the extent of skipping meals like Ronaldo did, passion certainly allows us to bring more of “us” into an endeavor. It makes us more creative, energized, confident and persistent – qualities that contribute positively to the path of success.
Talent + Hard Work = Greatness
Stay fit and healthy
A good mentor can help pave the way to success
Adele's life lessons come from her lyrics- all blissful moments of sensual indulgence. Our Top 5 life lessons learned from her lyrics.Don’t Believe Everything You Hear People tend to talk trash. A casual misspoken word can be the spark that turns into a blaze that ruins lives. In “Rumour Has It” Adele expresses her severe distaste for groundless statements with the line, “You've been telling people things that you shouldn’t be.” Although it is not in your power to control what others say, it is fully your decision when it comes to deciding what to believe.Be Cautious Because life is unexpected, it can be prudent to exercise a little bit of caution when it comes to matters of the heart. .Moving On In “Someone Like You,” Sometimes, your best play is to simply accept that, think good thoughts, and move on. Sometimes A Little Rage Is Good When you’re having a hard time moving on, you might need that burst of anger to help you finally see the truth that sets you free. Just like Adele says in “Rolling In The Deep”: “There’s a fire starting in my heart/Reaching a fever pitch, it’s bringing me out the dark/Finally I can see you crystal clear.” Value Your Relationship With Your Kids “Hello” isn’t about an ex lover. It’s about being away from the people who are the most important aspect of your life: your children. In her lyrics, Adele laments over her guilt of being away from her kids. Take Adele’s song as a cautionary tale and always remember to put your kids first.
Weekly, we hope that you join us for a spirtied conversation about the week's hot topics. We'll engage in a round table debate, in addition to bringing in guests to help us better understand the matters at hand. Join the conversation by calling 8186917348 or clicking on the link.
Today, we'll discuss the hot topics of the week: NH Fallout, cops caught, the Super Bowl, which was a Super flop, Flint water, gas on the low low, more pre-Valentines Day does and don'ts, and more.
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Life Coach Janese Carstens joins Renai to chat about Connecting Self Love and Self Care.
Life Lessons focuses on Lionel "Leo" Messi , the first and only player to top-score in four consecutive Champions League campaigns, and also holds the record for the most hat-tricks scored in the competition. In March 2012, Messi made Champions League history by becoming the first player to score five goals in one match.
1. There is no substitute for talent.
2. You need a bit of luck and connections.
3. But it doesn’t matter if you come from a modest background.
4. If you are good you will get the opportunity to succeed, but you must still capitalise on the opportunity.
5. In the face of the challenge (childhood illness) persistence pays off.
6. Expert opinions are not always worth that much – there is a club out there who regrets passing over on the opportunity to sign the little maestro.
7. It is not about the physical ability, but the mental ability.
8. His first instinct is to seek the goal: it is uncanny how aware he is of where the goal is even if he has his back to the goal.
9. He sees gaps and takes gaps no one sees or takes.
10. The highest accolade is not money, but the recognition of your peers. (Not in the shallow, politicised style of the Oscars, but rather the spontaneous acknowledgement of your peers.) In the face of that adulation, his instinctive reaction is one of humility. Watch this and you will see what I mean.
Join us for this inaugural 5-minute broadcast of Spartan Life Radio designed exclusively for Norfolk State University's WNSB Hot 91.1 FM radio station. Today, we're interviewing Dr. April Manalang, professor in the department of history and interdisciplinary studies, about her research on the buffalo soldiers and their connection to the people of the Philippines. Funded by the Virginia Foundation for the Humanities and through Dr. Manalang's research and community connections a special event has been created titled "Hidden Virginia History: The Connection Between Buffalo Soldiers and the Philippines. The photo gallery and public panel is scheduled for Thursday, February 25 at 6 p.m., and will take place in the Harrison B. Wilson Archives in the Lyman Beecher Brooks Library.