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Farming is one of the best ways for poor people to become self-sufficient, and our guest, Tim Wright, strives to help them make it happen.
Tim Wright is the Executive Director of Sauti Moja, an organization that originated from a desire to help vulnerable women and communities, and local friends seeking support for their ideas to help their communities.
Sauti Moja is focused on improving the lives of the pastoral people of East Africa who are currently struggling to survive the destructive effect discrimination, disease, land loss and drought are having on them. Pastoralism is a complex system of livestock and resource management that is inadequately appreciated by most Western experts. This system is in trouble with more frequent and serious droughts related to global warming.
Sauti Moja links donors to the community initiatives of indigenous people, like the Maasai of Kenya and Tanzania. These initiatives include education of vulnerable girls and children, HIV/AIDS prevention, and providing livestock to widows and single mothers. Local leaders have the power and ability to change their lives, and the organization partners with complementary skills and additional resources to ensure their success.
Tim has a range of technical and management skills acquired over 35+ years of professional experience, including program management in six countries and consulting in eight others. His relief and development expertise was gained through employment with the Government of Canada, Canadian Red Cross, NGOs (World Vision Canada and Food for the Hungry International), and church agencies.
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That buzz you hear growing louder by the day originates in East Brunswick, where Rutgers team captain Tim Wright looks to light up his pro day! There are not many wide receivers in this year’s draft class who can compare to his size/speed combination. When watching Wright, you will notice smooth route-running, blended with sharp cutting ability, while displaying leadership qualities that every NFL team looks for in a player. Tune-in to this edition of the NFL Draft Bible Player Spotlight Show as Wright joins host Ric Serritella to discuss his Scarlet Knights experience, how he dealt with various adversities throughout his career and his dedication to the game, which has helped him land on the NFL Draft radar.
Wright, founded by Dr. Bob Wright and Dr. Judith Wright is a principle-based learning organization that brings together the best of neuroscience, development, existential, humanistic, Adlerian, and positive psychologies and philosophies into a proven, practical system for learning the skills to have a great life.
Kate Holmquest is a coach, curriculum developer, and campus director for Wright and the Wright Graduate University for the Realization of Human Potential who believes that dating is one of the best possible playgrounds for discovering and transforming yourself! Potential movie titles that describe her quest for satisfaction in single life are “40 First Dates” (a.k.a. dating with velocity), “Ten Things I Hate About You” (a.k.a. telling the truth on dates), and “The Thing About My Folks” (a.k.a. noticing and breaking the relationship rules I learned at home).
Join us This Wednesday morning at 10AM our Host Joanie Buchanan of Joanie Buchanan Ministries who will be talking with Tim Hadler who has Gumi camp for our military soldiers and there family who are batteling PTS. Tim also has a show in Branson, Mo. where he does a tribute to Hank Williams Sr. as well as a new album out.
Join us at 10 AM and get ready to be blessed and informed
Are you ready for a better Thanksgiving than last year? what else is possible?
Call in and let Tim Janakos, certified Emotion Code practitioner and student of Access Consciousness, Body Code, Three Dimensional Therapy (T3), Quantum Touch 2.0 (QT2) and many other healing modalites help you get over the terminal and incurable disease of the holiday seasons.
How did we get so lucky? How does it get even better than that?
Until December 31st, 2014, Tim is running an incredible special where you can get 5 private proxy sessions for the price of 3, go to www.tjmusic.org/blog.html for more information.
Tune in as Pete Richardson interviews former Texas Tech Red Raider Richard Jones and former sports journalist turned football coach Landon Wright! Let's #Soar
Beyond the Locker Room with Tim Worley is a commentary-based radio show focused on the stories behind the stories of current events in sports. Tim Worley is a celebrated University of Georgia All-American running back, and was drafted by the Pittsburgh Steelers as the seventh pick in the first round of the 1989 NFL Draft. He played six seasons in the NFL with the Steelers and the Chicago Bears. He is now co-founder and CEO of Worley Global Enterprises - a communications consulting firm. Tim is now an in-demand Motivational Speaker and Life Skills Consultant. Each week he will examine hot topics in sports from a life skills and character development perspective.
Through his company, Worley Global Enterprises, Tim travels the country as a Motivational Speaker and Life Skills Consultant to professional athletes, amateur athletes, corporate executives and organizational leadership, men’s groups, recovery centers and young adult groups and camps. Tim’s first-hand experiences “in the penthouse and the outhouse” as a publicly risen and fallen SEC All-American and NFL first-round draft pick position him as an expert on the “why’s” behind the negative headlines permeating sports news.
Tim’s life skills consulting work with NCAA and NFL athletes, as well as his unique perspective after suffering the well-documented premature end of his NFL career due to lack of character and poor choices, are the fodder for his show’s lively content. Tim has a gregarious personality, and an uncompromisingly passionate stance on the importance of developing amateur and professional athletes’ character alongside the development of their talent.
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