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On a special edition of the Total Sports Live Podcast, Jovan Alford will be talking with 2016 NFL Draft prospect quarterback Kyle Washington out of Angelo State University. Washington had a very successful career at Angelo State as a dual-threat quarterback.
This season, Washington finished with 3,691 passing yards, 27 tds, 9 ints, 831 rushing yards, and 15 tds.
On the pod, Jovan will be talking with Kyle about his career at ASU and also this past season where the Rams finished 7-4 and just missed out on the playoffs. They will also talk about his skills and the upcoming draft process.
Make sure to follow Jovan on Twitter: @Jovan10, Total Sports Live: @TotalSportsLive
Interview with Coach Wilert and Nique Martin of East Forsyth HS just ahead of the Semi Final Match up VS Charlotte Mallard Creek HS this Friday at 7:30pm
By Kegan Lowe Winston-Salem Journal
KERNERSVILLE — It was billed as one of the most anticipated matchups in Winston-Salem/Forsyth County history — a NCHSAA 4-AA quarterfinal playoff game between two bitter rivals separated only by a short drive down Business 40.
The result was a one-sided affair that saw No. 1 East Forsyth continue its season-long dominance over the rest of the area and defeat No. 5 West Forsyth, 31-6, in front of a capacity crowd at Clarke-Peterson Field in Kernersville.
Just a day removed from Thanksgiving, East Forsyth Coach Todd Willert was still counting his blessings.
Willert registered his 100th career victory at the school with the win over West Forsyth Friday night.
“I am just so thankful for everyone in our program,” Willert said. “From trainers to coaches to administrators to my athletic director — we took over a program 13 years ago and everybody said we would never win at East Forsyth. And for the guys that have been here with me the whole time, this is the 100th victory and we were never supposed to win.”
Both offenses started slowly, with the Titans forced to punt on their first three possessions while gaining one first down.
The Eagles started only marginally better, getting a 22-yard field goal from sophomore Cameron Lischke on their second possession to end the first quarter with a 3-0 lead. East Forsyth is now just two victories away from a NCHSAA 4-AA state championship. The Eagles will host No. 6 Charlotte Mallard Creek next Friday night in the state semifinals http://www.journalnow.com/sports/prepzone/football/east-forsyth-rolls-in-willert-s-th-win/article_846d70c0-4de5-59d9-a269-c2f66839e157.html
We analyze the results from Black Friday and Cyber Monday. Plus we dip into the Fool Mailbag to analyze oil stocks and the state of 3D printing. Plus, we’re looking for 2016 Summer Interns! If you’re interested in applying go to http://Careers.Fool.com.
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FBI University is a school of Faith Based Instructions. Wherein, we extract the wisdom of God from the text of scripture, fashion it into practical principles of instructions, and present them through daily devotionals. Obedience to these instructions turns beliefs into behavior that advances our economical, emotional, and intellectual wellbeing. Now stay tuned as John Marshall teaches you how that by following instructions you coach yourself into the Champion Circle.
Jesus never sought to change the quality of one’s existence through prayer alone. Jesus sought to change the quality of life by issuing a set of instructions. Even to Lazarus, who had been dead for four days, Jesus gave a set of instructions, “Lazarus, come forth” (John 11:43). Had Lazarus dishonored the instructions, he would have remained dead. His quality of life changed due to his willingness to honor the set of instructions that Jesus issued to him. Prayer is a powerful tool. I continually use that God-authorized empowerment tool. However, do not seek to alter your course in life by prayer alone. God seeks to improve your life by giving you a set of instructions.
Today Buyers Meeting Point welcomes two guests from Wake Forest University: Dr. Jim Narus and Dr. Michelle Steward. They have been conducting research into the role of social media in procurement since this summer and have some results to share with us.
Dr. Jim Narus serves as a Research Fellow at the Institute for the Study of Business Markets at Pennsylvania State University. He is co-author of the management practice book, "Value Merchants", the textbook, "Business Market Management: Understanding, Creating, and Delivering Value", and the author of the book, "Connect with Your Suppliers: A Wholesaler-Distributor's Guide to Electronic Communications Systems". Professor Narus not only is involved in a variety of international marketing research projects but also regularly teaches abroad. He has worked as a marketing professor at Wake Forest University since January 1988.
Dr. Michelle Steward is an Associate Professor at the School of Business at Wake Forest University. Her research interests center on issues involving role management and the coordination of internal working relationships, and how each drive superior performance in business-to-business markets. She also examines comparisons of normative expectations and customer satisfaction measurement in business markets and the interrelationships among salespeople, supply managers and their internal customers.
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In this cyber world, I would say I don't feel connected when I engage in social media. It is not to say, I do not enjoy pictures, animal videos or engaging in a conversation; it just means for me, I never feel a deeper connection. Now, before technology brought us social media, there were a million and one ways to feel lonely--if you were isolated, not necessarily physically, but emotionally, then you more than likely experience a deep loneliness.
Is there an increase in loneliness, or is it just more evident based on other societal factors, which may have increased our aversion to emotional intimacy (making it easier to keep a distance)? I mean text messages carry, so much significance don't they?
Many of us have sky high walls--we think it protects us from pain or the possibility of it in situations, which brought an unhappy end in the past. We don't want it to happen again--so we place distance between us and others, even if we are in a love relationship with them. Who wants to be vulnerable? We might lose control, we could be disappointed or worse annihilated! We push others away and it is in opposition to our deepest desires, the physiological need to be seen and heard; to be loved for who we truly are, at our most authentic state of being.
Join me for this discussion and how to stop your own loneliness right in its tracks! This could be the day you decide to come out and play intimately with others. :)
Welcome to the Healthy Baby Boomers Network Blog Talk Radio Show. I am your host, Dr. Erica Goodstone, Licensed Mental Health Counselor, Spiritual Relationship Healer and Somatic Body Psychotherapist, Helping Men and Women Heal Their Bodies and Their Relationships Through Love, author of the book: Love Me, Touch Me, Heal Me, the romantic novel, Love in the Blizzard of Life, and creator of Healing Through Love Seminars, Love Touch Heal Relationship System and the 30 Day Love Challenge.
This show is all about living your dreams and fulfilling your life purpose no matter how old you are right now.
Today I am speaking with Holley Kelley, credentialed Professional Gerontologist, with a Masters’ Degree in Applied Gerontology and a BA in Journalism and Psychology. Author of the book Sunrises and Sunsets: Final Affairs Forged with Flair, Finesse, and FUNctionality, her writing career actually started quite early with poetry, songs and short stories. She often performed her songs with local bands and at local events. During her early college years at Brenau University, she wrote an advice column for the college newsletter, had her short stories published, and worked at the college radio station. Around the age of 21, she was asked to write and officiate a custom funeral service. That event led her towards new focus in her career. She held a management position in the health care field, started a business writing personal eulogies, and finally left the health care industry to open her own senior-focused insurance firm. When she returned to Brenau to get her Gerontology Masters Degree, her book was born and she now writes and speaks about aging and advance care planning for the last phase of life.
Danielle Kunkle is a founding partner of Boomer Benefits, a family-owned agency specializing in Medicare-related insurance products since 2005. Serving thousands of Medigap policyholders in over 40 states, Boomer Benefits is a leading producer for top-rated insurance companies and has been awarded the prestigious AARP/Aetna Service Superstar Award. She has also been recognized as a national top producer by Aetna, Cigna, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Mutual of Omaha and several other carriers.
An expert in the Medicare-sector of the health insurance industry, Danielle has spoken about Medicare and healthcare reform for hundreds of employer groups, agent chapters, hospitals and community organizations around Texas. She is also an approved instructor for the state of Texas’s 8 hour Medicare-related Products Certification course, which all insurance agents must attend before being allowed to offer Medicare-related insurance policies in our state.
Danielle’s articles about Medicare and Healthcare reform have been featured several times in Benefits Selling Magazine, where she has also been spotlighted in the monthly Broker on the Record segment. Her work has also been featured in the Texas Association of Health Underwriters magazine.
An active member of the National Association of Health Underwriters, Danielle is a past president of the Fort Worth chapter, where she served on the board of directors for the six years and is a recipient of the chapters Outstanding Member of the Year award. She is also a Medicare Supplement Accredited Advisor through the National Association of Medicare Supplement Advisors. She is a summa cum laude graduate of Texas Christian University. Danielle is an avid boater and loves travel, outdoor activities and history.
Even the strongest relationships are strained during the transition to parenthood. Lack of sleep, never-ending housework and new fiscal concerns can lead to profound stress and a decline in marital satisfaction – all of which affect baby’s care. Not surprisingly, 69% of new parents experience conflict, disappointment and hurt feelings. Couples can learn how to prepare for life with their new baby and how to be the best parenting team possible by finding new ways to strengthen their relationship, and foster their baby’s development during this challenging time.
In her English-speaking counseling practice in Milan, Italy, Karen Rigatti helps couples with relationship issues, parenting of a new baby and culture shock and other challenges faced by expats. As a certified professional counselor,she specializes in working with clients on stress management, anxiety, life transitions (marriage, divorce, new parenthood), work-related conflicts, couples therapy, and cross cultural issues. Her office is centrally located in the Bocconi University area, overlooking Parco Ravizza.
Karen has made Milan her home since 2008. Originally from the US, she specializes in helping other English-speakers improve their quality of life through professional counseling.
Originally from Arlington, Virginia, Karen graduated with a degree in Psychology from Miami University in Oxford, Ohio. She transferred to San Francisco and then London, before moving to Milan where she lives with her two daughters who were born here.
Karen is a member of both the American Counseling Association and AssoCounseling in Italy, holding a Master’s degree in Counseling from the Centro Berne in Milan.
The best way to connect with Karen is through her website www.KarenRigatti.com or by telephone 349 130 5648
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We have the honor of chatting with a "Veteran" of the Armed Forces and Athletic Administration with our guest Mary McElroy, the Executive Senior Associate Athletic Director and Senior Woman Administrator at Temple University.
Here on A Chat in the Garden with Monique A. J. Smith at 11:30 am est Come listen to her career path, her advice for others who seek a career in Sports Administration, and her current initiatives. Right here On A Chat in the Garden with Monique A J Smith, where Significances Blooms via 347-989-8385 or www.chatinthegarden.com
Andrea is a product of radical grace. As such, she is a “grace advocate” who is reminded daily (sometimes hourly) that any truly good work occurs because she is already loved by the Master Gardener and not to be loved by him.
Both a stepmom and a “bio” mom, Andrea has extreme compassion for the challenges of blended family life.
Andrea has an MSED in Educational Counseling and has worked with families and children in a variety of settings including family services and life skills training. She has enjoyed one on one coaching as well as instructing in a college setting. Andrea is certified in a variety of family-oriented trainings including:
“Parenting Skills” by New York State Office of Children & Family Services
“Working In A Family’s Home” by New York State Office of Children & Family Services
“Teaching, Modeling, Mentoring” by NYS Office of Children & Family Services
“Community & Academic Advocacy” by NYS Office of Children & Family Services
“Child & Adolescent Development” by Lutheran Social Services
“Communication Skills & Behavioral Support” by Bridges Too Health
“Positive Parenting with a Plan: How To Empower Parents with Challenging Children”
Kat L. Robertson is the author of published poetry in several anthologies including The International Who’s Who in Poetry, 2004. Her life in the arts began during high school as a member of The Peekskill Drama Workshop in upstate New York, a theatre company founded by her mother. She received a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Community and Educational Theatre from Emerson College in Boston, MA., and worked for many years as a teaching artist in both Philadelphia and New York City with various theatre outreach programs for at-risk youth such as Philadelphia’s Freedom Repertory Theatre; Venture Theatre’s Reality Crew, Stageworks, Camden School of Music and Art, The Village of the Arts and Humanities in West Philadelphia and City Lights Youth Theatre in New York City. As an actress she performed with the Society Hill Playhouse; Stages of Imagination and Theatre Caravan in Philadelphia and in several off off Broadway playhouses in New York. She was also in Local 798 as a professional make-up artist in the Philadelphia and New York film industry for independent films, music videos and commercials throughout the tri-state area. Today she and her life partner live on a sailboat in Savannah and wherever else the wind takes them.
Brimming with honesty and emotions, Kat L. Robertson’s poems are evocative, meaningful and powerfully moving. Light of Truth is a journey to understanding the meaning of love; examining expressions of love and ultimately embracing love itself. The water colors reflect the mood of the emotions evoked through the poetry.
Visit Kat's website at http://www.lightoftruthalovejourney.com/
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