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We all have heard the buzz - Sheryl Sandberg, COO of Facebook and author of Lean In: Women, Work and the Will to Lead, admonishes women to believe in yourself, give it your all, "lean in" and "don't leave before you leave" - which is to say don't doubt your ability to combine work and family, thus edge yourself out of plum assignments before you even get it. Great point, right? However, should career advancement be our primary goal? Is this advice relevant to women juggling, husband, children, and a regular 9 to 5? Or even better, single mothers with those same obligations?
On Monday, December 9th, show host, Ola Jackson and our guest, Jennifer Keitt of The Jennifer Keitt Show, based in Atlanta, will examine whether this message is a relevant message for all women. Should our message be “Lean In or Stand Back”?
Onyx Woman Magazine on the Air invites you to join the conversation.
Monday, December 9, 2013 | 12:30 PM | Audience Call in: (917) 889-8070 | Listen Online: http://ow.ly/rt550
Due to the success of our Get Out of Stuck Conference, we are having a follow-up radio show.
Join us as we discuss how you can knock down barriers and jump over hurdles to get where you need to go. This conversation is the jolt you need to steer you in the right direction. We all have had periods in our lives where we just couldn't cope with the obstacles that kept us stuck.
Our guests are career coach Dorothy Handfield, lifestyle coach Dianne Pettis and, I, "Ola Jackson" will help you with your business questions. Grab a cup of tea, coffee or your favorite beverage, sit back relax, listen or call in to get the answers you need to get you where you need to go. www.onyxwoman.com
It has been said that there is a writer in all of us. Could you have a book in you and you simply don't know where to start, where to turn or where to finish what you have already started?
Our guests will tell you what inspired them to write their books, how they stayed motivated throughout the writing process and how they got published. But most of all, how did they market the book once they were publish.
Join Audrey Snyder, author of Worth the Clmb, and Lamont Jones, publisher and author of Wolves in Shepherds' Clothing: The Decline of the Black Church and the Role of Charlatans, Conterfeits and other Scoundrels in the Pulpit.
During the month of December, we plan to share the stories of women who are evolving, growing and changing. We want to highlight the characteristics that enable some women to embrace change, while others avoid change at all costs.
One of our radio guest on Monday, December 2, 2013 will be Joanne Brass, owner of Brass Private Investigators based in New York. Joanne's success in a male-dominated industry, has garnered her company tremendous media attention, including a special report on CBS. She will share her career journey with us on Onyx Woman Magazine on the Air.
Additionally, we will share the mic with Arlinda Dickens Moriarty, owner of Moriarty Consultants, Inc., a home health care enterprise. In 13-years, Ms. Moriarty has grown her business from $75 to more than $13 million annually. Arlinda will share her story of purposeful evolution, as she successfully thrives despite the complications of living with the diagnosis of ADHD.
Monday, December 2, 2013 | 12:30 PM | Audience Call In: (917) 889-8070 | Listen Online: http://ow.ly/rfDpE
Onyx Women Magazine On The Air has a new segment! Beginning Monday, November 25th we will air a monthly segment called Direct Male.
Women often ask, "What do men think about fill in the blank?" We've wondered ourselves, but no more. During Direct Male, we will ask the opinions of male guests about a variety of topics. Send us your questions and we will put them in cue.
Our first show guests are, Ahmad Sandidge, owner of Sandidge Photography, and Clyde Wilson Pickett, M.Ed., Educator, Diversity Professional, and Cultural Commentator. Our host, Ola Jackson will ask questions about Male Perspectives on Healthy Relationships.
Ahmad Sandidge: Mr. Sandidge decided at age 30 that he would no longer pursue money; but instead would pursue happiness. Ever since that day work, became his joy. He says, "I am blessed that I can make a living from what I would otherwise do for free."
Clyde Wilson Pickett, M.Ed: Mr. Pickett's work covers topics such as diversity, leadership development, cooperative communication, cultural competence, and civility. Mr. Pickett currently serves as the Special Assistant to the President for Diversity and Inclusion at the Community College of Allegheny County.
Monday, Nov 25th | 12:30pm | Call: 917.889.8070 | Listen: http:/
Black Women have been getting their fair share of coverage in the media over the last few months. From fights on Reality TV, Sex Tapes, Marital Problems being hashed out in the public eye, to actress Lupita Nyong'o being named People's Magazine most beautiful person of 2014. What about the controversy over Beyonce's photo on the cover of Time Magazine? Is this really news we could use? Just what does all of this mean to us as women of color?
Join host Ola Jackson and Entrepreneur/Speaker Sonia Booker, along with our callers, as we discuss how the media coverage impacts our image and how our own behavior may or may not reflect what we see being played out in the media.
Now it is time for us to have our say!
Listen to past shows at: www.newnetworkforwomen.tv
Women of all races bring home less income and own fewer assets, on average, than men of the same race, but for single black women the disparities are so overwhelmingly great that even in their prime working years their median wealth amounts to only $5.
A leading economic research group, social scientists turned a spotlight on the grave financial challenges facing an often overlooked group of women, many of whom could not take an unpaid sick day or repair a major appliance without going into debt.
Join us on the radio, as our guests, Sam Stephenson, CPA – Partner with ParenteBeard and Howard Russell – Partner with Opus Acquisitions Group talk with Ola Jackson in this month’s Direct Male Segment. We will discuss the study, putting into perspective and discuss practical steps to getting on track!
Monday, December 30, 2013 ~ 12:30PM ~ Audience Call In: (917) 889-8070 ~ Listen Online: http://ow.ly/s6y7s
November is Family Month at Onyx Woman Magazine on the Radio. Monday, November 4, 2013, we will focus on the challenges and joys of single parenting. Money issues, time crunch and more.
Join Ola and our guest, Lanette Zavala, who has written and published eight books through 2003, including A Single Woman's Journey Through Marriage Preparation. As well as, Missie Shealey published author of the children's book Pookie Lookie; The Spotted Panda Bear.
Monday, November 4, 2013 | 12:30PM | Call In: 917-889-8070 | Listen Online: http://ow.ly/qlzh6
Our Host: Svetlana Kim, Author, Speaker, and Consultant. Please visit her website at www.svetlanakim.com.
Our Guest: Cheryl Liew-Chng
Cheryl Liew-Chngis the CEO of LifeWorkz and the creator of The 24-Hour Woman where she focuses on women personal development and leadership. As an award winning coach and international best selling author, She’s worked with more than 5000 women professionals and entrepreneurs globally helping them to thrive in their work and business and live a vibrant , happy and fulfilled life. Meet Cheryl at www.The24HourWoman.com
Contact information for the audience:
www.The24HourWoman.com OR email info@The24HourWoman.com
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