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  • 01:00

    Assigning Tasks, Asking for Help & Managing People with Grace

    in Entrepreneur

    Managing people can be a difficult task.  Doing it gracefully can seem nearly impossible some days.  Surprising though, even worse than the difficulty of managing people is the trap of doing it all ourselves. 


    We need to remember the importance of letting go.  As an entrepreneur it is so easy to always see every task as being something we have to do.  The truth though is much different.  All distractions are equal and in your business the distraction of busyness can be the worst.  We need to learn how to identify not only our strengths but also our weaknesses.  Then as we have said many times, we need to STOP DOING WHAT YOU SUCK AT!  Let your brilliance shine and allow others a place where their brilliance can shine as well.


    We need to discover how to assign people where they will shine and then lead them with grace.  It is our job as the owner of our company and the CEO of our business to create an environment of empowerment.  By allowing our people to shine and creating a graceful place for accomplishment we receive a business that is not only successful, but is more importantly THRIVING!


    Join host Steve Kidd and his special guest Michael James.  Michael spent years as a general contractor, so he knows how to manage people and projects. Michael also went on an incredible journey of self-discovery that has changed his life.  Michael shares with what he learned about himself and how that can help you and your business to:



    Be open to asking for help

    Giving Grace as we Manage people

    Assigning tasks to the right people and empowering their success

  • 00:58

    Re-Broadcast: Let's Talk About Asking For Help

    in Lifestyle

    One of the most important things we do to get sober is to ask for help.  We've probably tried everything we can to stop drinking on our own, but when we finally realize we need help - how do we ask? Who do we ask? What works and what doesn't?  Who is safe to turn to?


    On this show we will explore how we asked for help - when we finally surrendered, what we did, how it went, what happened.


    We will also talk about asking for help to STAY sober - otherwise known as accountability.  How do we keep accountable? What does that mean to us? Who is in our support network?  What happens when we do (and don't) stay accountable?


    Please join us for this important conversation on what is perhaps the most important part of getting and staying sober.

  • 00:14

    BGU-Overcoming The Loser Spirit-Asking For Help

    in Goals

    Join Professor Bougie Girl for the ninth lesson in the series: "Overcoming the Loser Spirit-Ask For Help "
    Read the blogpost: Overcoming the Loser Spirit-Asking For Help
     

  • 00:29

    Asking For Help Is A Skill?

    in Family

    As a caregiver, is asking for help a skill that needs to be developed? Well, I found out in November of 2009 it is! I did not know how to ask for help, that could be part of the reason, I hadn't had any for several years! I had to do some digging into myself, do some research and also take a survey of other caregivers on the topic!

  • 00:33

    Really Going Rogue: How Sarah Palin can help African Women

    in Education

    Instead of being like everyone else, consersavative female personalities like Sarah Palin should consider being advocates for women around the world, not just within their own spheres.

  • 00:15

    Jealousy and Sisterhood - ANU Asafo

    in Spirituality

    Join us for this episode of ANU Asafo where we will be discussing how jealousy affects achieving true sisterhood.


    The ANU spiritual Order is a way of learning that allows the student to place themselves at the center of the learning experiences as opposed to memorizing rituals, names, and protocol that serve little when it comes down to reality reconstruction.


    This class series is a hardcore spiritual initiation into the deeper truths of indigenous metaphysics and natural power.For classes, readings, and events with the Sadulu House please go to Saduluhouse.com.


    For all of your spiritual and self-developmental needs, visit www.alphaomegastore.com, where we offer one of a kind products and services.


    For monthly spiritual services that will bring you to a place of spiritual and holistic balance, visit www.osirislife.com

  • Feng Shui for Fall

    in Design

    Ahhhhhh....falling leaves, bonfires, smores & apple picking all are in the air!  As well as a changing out of our lighter summer textiles to heavier blankets & throws to help warm the fall chill.  In today's episode, learn how to implement Fall's Feng Shui Life Area (from the Bagua Board) & how to use in your decor as you change out your entryway decorations & tabletops.

  • 00:29

    Transition: Moving from one church to another

    in Christianity

    Let's face it, leaving from one ministry to another can be hard, especially with a spouse and children in tow.  We will talk aboiut some of those struggles and some steps to help work through that process.  A fresh, new ministry location can also be very exciting.  New faces, new ideas, new ministry partners, and definitely a new adventure that God has placed in front of you.  The guys will talk about transitioning smoothly, some first steps upon arrival at your new ministry location, and perhaps what the first few months should look like.  Tune in or better yet, call in.  (347)850-1626.  Reach out to the guys on Twitter @kidmin_weekly or you can find the show page on Facebook.

  • 01:01

    Taboo Talk focuses on Natural & Spiritual Cures of Depression with Stephen Cuddy

    in Spirituality

    Taboo Talk, a Christian talk show featuring Lady Charmaine Day (Pastor, Publisher, Author and Radio Host www.ladycharmaineday.com). Taboo Talk helps individuals transform their mind, body, and spirit utilizing the principles of Jesus Christ! Guest starring Stephen Cuddy. Stephen Cuddy has experienced depression since the early 1980’s. Not until 2006 did Stephen fully acknowledge the condition of depression in his life. Since then, Stephen has learned about and discovered natural cures, came upon the revelation that there actually are gifts from depression, and has documented strategies for those without depression to understand and reach out to someone they care about with depression. Stephen believes that within every individual stricken with a mental illness there’s an actual person trying to get out. Stephen believes there are strategies to find this person.  Today Stephen is a depression advocate and coach, appearing regularly on radio as well as consulting at a Fortune 50 company and other organizations. Stephen is certified and active in mental health programs (specifically In Our Own Voice, Perspectives and Connections) offered by The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI). He runs the Dual Recovery Anonymous (DRA) program for Catholic Charities in the Hartford, Connecticut archdiocese. In addition, Stephen writes on matters of spirituality under the authority as a Third Order Secular Franciscan. He has begun a ministry to promote virtue in the treatment of mental illness. He treats everyone equally, and with respect. These qualities come through in his writing as well, and resonate powerfully with the people with whom he comes in contact.  Stephen enjoys exercise and athletic competitions, and reading biographies about U.S. History and Saints. What Stephen most loves about life is being inspired! For more information on Stephen Cuddy his website: www.CommonSymptomsofDepression.com or call him at 203-565-1559

  • 00:31

    Irate, Tireless Minority - Doing What We do

    in Politics Conservative

    Doing my best to help the Lord set the brushfires of freedom in the hearts of men and to restore America, God willing, to the beacon of freedom she was meant to be.


    Today's show is going to talk about politics, religion and doing what's right with a bit of daily news thrown in.


    Politics:


    Iran doing what Iran does


    clinton doing what clintons do


    Ignoring history


    DHS daily report link


    Religion:


    Islamist nation doing what islam does


    Doing What's Right:


    Christians doing what Christians do


     

  • 00:30

    Announcement: Festival of Enlightenment 2016 Is On The Way!

    in Self Help

    2011 brought a life-changing event to the world and as its creators we are now reaching out to create the next life-changing event.  http://www.gofundme.com/festival2016


    We are Jan and Bill Moore and when we created the Festival of Enlightenment in 2011 we planned for speakers and attendees alike to say it was a ‘life changing event’.   AND THEY DID!


    Why? Because every session was delivered by speakers with a heartfelt message providing quality material and a complete transformational experience.


    What Our Attendees Said: "The 2011 Festival of Enlightenment gave so much more than promised. Wonderful people, wonderful energy and completely a wonderful outlook for the future. I feel like a different person on the inside and the outside!"     More here


    What Our Speakers Said: ...So often at large gatherings, the presenters fly in with just enough time to do their presentations and then jet off again to their next gig. It was priceless to be able to enjoy the energy, camaraderie, and fun of being with such a stellar group of people. Jan and Bill Moore were also great hosts and role models for an improved way of managing this kind of festival and gathering; I haven't been with as calm a group of behind-the-scenes folk in mainstream society..."   More here                   


    Help bring the next Festival of Enlightenment! http://www.gofundme.com/festival2016