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please welcome Steven Tillis From Reptillis Herps to the show. On this episode we will be talking about Blood pythons and where the hobby of reptiles is going in the future . Steven is an out standing blood python breeder her has high quality blood pythons and I have baught from steven in the past and they are out standing animals. If at any time you want to ask steven a question please feel free to call in at 718-766-4119 press 1 to ask your question. check out his web site http://www.RepTillisHerps.com
In this episode we will be joined by Steven Tillis from Reptillis Herps. He will be talking about his new website
Red Blood Python.com
This site is dedicated to the distribution of care and other info for Red Blood Pythons or Python Brongersmai. Included in this site is a comprehensive morph guide along with care sheet and breeding info.
In this episode we are joined by Steve Tillis of RepTillis Herps
Steve is a small scale part time reptile breeder located in Central Florida northeast of Orlando. He works with Carpet pythons, Ball pythons, Kenyan sand boas and Red Blood Pythons. We will be talking about his approach to keeping pythons. In particular his approach to using ambient temps for keeping and breeding his pythons. We will also hit on his approach to running a reptile business.
Martez Layton - Certified Life & Marriage Coach 6:15pm
Martez is a Certified Professional Coach specializing in Life, Marriage & Relationship coaching and founder of Dream Builders Professional Coaching which was established in 2008. Martez enjoys helping others discover and pursue their dreams. Along, with this passion Martez has a gift for healing hearts and causing others to shift their perspective. Martez is the author of a, “A Blessed Affair”.
Terry Bams - Source Radio Network Resident Relationship Coach 7:00pm
Terry Bams has taken the messes of his life and turned them into a message for the masses. Terry has successfully authored his autobiography, The Mind of a Womanizer. "...Terry shares the details of the drama, humor, heartache, and sex surrounding his countless encounters with numerous women..."
Stefaniq'ue Tillis - Purity Reigns Ministry 8:15pm
Prophetess Stefaniq'ue Tillis is a young woman that is living a lifestyle of obedience and purity. Throughout her life she has suffered many challenges and experienced God's favor in unique ways. As a Minister of the Gospel she desires to encourage others of all ages to be all that God has called the to be. Purity Reigns. A ministry that provokes and encourages all to live a lifestyle of Purity and wholeness by following God's plan for their individual lives.
Dr. Denyse Ray-8:15
The author of ‘The Pain Didn’t Start Here; Trauma and Violence in the African American Community”, Dr. Ray regularly provides workshops and seminars & has provided many social service agencies with in-depth direction and understanding as they acquire skills to better serve their communities. Dr. Ray has authored & edited many abstract & white paper on the affect & treatment of psychological trauma.
ROB TELLS ANOTHER STORY FROM HIS ACTING CLASS.
MORE ON BRIAN WILLIAMS AND HIS VALOR STEALING.
MORE ON MSNBC’S PUTRID RATINGS.
ALSO, AN UPDATE ON KAYLA JEAN MUELLER, THE AMERICAN WOMEN KIDNAPPED AND KILLED BY ISIL AND ROB ASKS WHY THERE IS A TRAVEL BAN TO CUBA AND PEOPLE ARE FREE TO GO TO SYRIA.
FINALLY, REPUBLICAN SENATOR THOM TILLIS SAYS RESTAURANTS SHOULDN’T REQUIRE EMPLOYEES TO WASH THEIR HANDS. IF YOU DON’T MIND POOP IN YOUR FOOD, THIS SHOULDN’T BE A PROBLEM.
Denise Griffitts Interviews Michelle Tillis Lederman
Michelle Tillis Lederman is known for her energetic, engaging, and authentic presentations. An expert on workplace communications and relationships, Michelle’s mission is to help people communicate and lead with confidence, clarity, and connection. She is an accomplished speaker, trainer, coach, and author of two books including The 11 Laws of Likability and Heroes Get Hired. She recently partnered with Rutgers Executive & Professional Education on the launch of The 11 Laws of Likability, a live and online Business Impact Accelerator program.
After a decade in finance, Michelle was frustrated by the lack of effective communication and support within organizations especially as she became a people manager. She founded Executive Essentials, a training company that provides communications and leadership programs, as well as executive coaching services, to enable others to succeed professionally where she struggled. A former NYU professor, financial executive, and recovering CPA, Michelle teaches from experience and shares what she learned during her extensive career. Michelle’s clients range from academia to non-profit to Fortune 500 companies including; Madison Square Garden, Citi, J&J, Deutsche Bank, GE, Columbia Business School, Target, Sony, and The Museum of Modern Art.
Michelle has appeared on NBC, CBS, Fox, and hundreds of radio shows across the country including; Gayle King, NPR, and Martha Stewart Living. She has been featured in the New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Star Ledger, Working Mother, Real Simple, US News & World Report, on MSNBC, and Monster.com among others.
"I have stood up to the president and my party when it's right for North Carolina, noting she supports building the Keystone XL pipeline and has opposed trade deals sought by the administration.Tillis was quoted as saying at a state Republican convention in 2011 that members of a state teachers' association don't care about children or classrooms — only about jobs and pensions. Hagan told the TV audience accusing Tillis of cutting education by $500 million and giving tax breaks to wealthy individuals while leading the North Carolina House. "And his priorities even speak louder than his words."
Tillis recalled Hagan's comments from her successful 2008 campaign, when she criticized GOP incumbent Elizabeth Dole for having voted 92 percent of the time with then-President George W. Bush. And yet, he said, Hagan has sided with Obama 95 percent. "Kay 1.0, Kay 2.0," he said unflatteringly, adding, "At the end of the day we need to say what we mean." http://www.newsobserver