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Topic: "Scattered Panties" Are women giving it up to fast?
Guest Authors: ArKeya Keys and Shawdea McGraw
Shawdae McCrawwas born and raised in Baltimore, she is an author been a mom to 3 and wife! She is also a certified Medical Assistant, an actress and print model. Shawdea goals are to become an actress working with Tyler Perry and just be successful at what evershe does in the future that's creative
Arkeya "Keys" Lee lives in Gary, IN with her three year old twin boys Dra'Mell and Dra'Mih. Her birthday is February 2, 1985. She has been a phlebotomist for 8 years. Writing is a new found love for the author. She is currently pursuing a Bachelor's in Journalism with a concentration in Marketing. Her goals are to eventually write a "classic." Now she is working on a T-Shirt/hat line, co-writing a script, ghostwriting for local talents, and working on her series Pink Panties. Some of her favorite books are Flyy Girl, The Coldest Winter Ever, The Color Purple, and Charlotte's Web.
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The Keys 107 focuses on the 7 keys that open doors to endless possibilities in the pursuit of life, peace, and happiness. Each episode explores one or a combination of the 7 keys such as: spiritual, mental, physical, emotional, financial, art science & entertainment, and the social with an emphasis on acts of kindness. It is our intention to invite guests who specialize in specific areas that through informative dialogue offer solutions that motivates a progressive change and stimulates active action. We believe the 7 keys are the essential building blocks to taking you to the next level as you pursue love, peace, and happiness. Connect with us:
Leading change starts with a compelling leadership vision for change.
Leaders at all levels need to inspire people to change in order to overcome significant challenges and achieve important goals.
Today's show will cover 7 keys for a strong vision for change!
Carrie Ann Ryan joins Tabatha Pope, host of The Librarian on Authors on the Air for a chat about writing romance and her sexy inked men.
New York Times Bestselling Author Carrie Ann Ryan is the author of 26 novels and novellas that range from spicy to even spicier. She’s won multiple awards for her work, but the most exciting thing for her is the fact that she can share her characters with the world. Her Redwood Pack series started it all and her newest Montgomery Ink series is in full swing this month and for the rest of the year. With sexy inked heroes, strong heroines, rich backstories and captivating plots, the Montgomery Ink series is Carrie Ann’s first contemporary series. Are you ready for some ink and heat? Find out more at http://carrieannryan.com/.
Host of "The Librarian", Tabatha Pope, can be found at All For Love of the Word and Book Boost PR.
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Durham, NC – Midlife women who develop a sudden case of “brain fog” run to their doctors, fearing early onset dementia or worse. Many are stunned at the diagnosis: Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), a lifelong condition that is often unmasked when women are on the cusp of menopause, according to Linda Roggli, PCC, an award-winning author, coach and retreat facilitator for ADHD women “40-and-better.”
“Most people think of ADHD as a children’s issue,” said Roggli, who discovered her own ADHD at age 47, “but there are literally millions of adults with ADHD, most of them unaware that their lifelong struggles have a name … and treatment. That’s why I created the ADDiva Network for ADHD women at midlife and beyond. We all need support, community and hope. Today, there are thousands of women across the globe who call themselves ADDivas!”
Though she wears her whimsical trademark ADDiva hat and takes an upbeat approach to adult ADHD, Roggli acknowledges the seriousness of this neurodevelopmental condition. ADHD adults often have trouble with time management, are disorganized with papers and bills, are usually underemployed, endure troubled relationships and have a profound sense of failure. Studies show that women with ADHD may have even more difficulty coping with ADHD than men because of their many roles that require multi-tasking.
“The ADDiva Network encourages women to come out of their dark (and messy) ADHD closets without judgment or shame,” said Roggli. “Through coaching, ADDiva retreats, online forums, webinars and support groups, we rebuild lives. When ADHD women realize that they are more than their ADHD and finally wake up to their full potential, the world shifts. My slogan for ADHD women is: Why are you trying to fit in when you were born to stand out?”
Dr. Joy, Psychic-Spiritual Counselor, Life Coach, Metaphysician, Holistic Healer, Motivational Speaker, Author profoundly teaches life enhancing practices and principles that can auto-magically change your life. Each broadcast includes a healing meditation, an empowering message, followed by lively discussion on the air and in the chat room. Callers may ask Dr. Joy questions as time permits, or may visit her sites and obtain additional information.
To schedule a session for a psychic reading and success/life coaching with Dr. Joy, please go here: http://UnlimitedJoy.org/page3.html
Doesn't it seem like writing, publishing, and marketing a book is so simple as you surf the Internet and denote all the abundantly revolutionary success stories? Have you also discovered while at the same time, according to the latest book sales figures, many of these amazing tales prove to be nothing more than false and misleading myths, fairy-tales, and fantasies? So what is truth and what is myth relative to book marketing strategy? What are these embarrassing book publishing myths you need to shun at all costs? That is our focus on this edition of, “The Strategist Radio LIVE."
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Tonya M. Barber,
She is also known as Lady T, currently resides in Newark, New Jersey with her three children. She has been writing poetry since the age of 12. A number of her poems have appeared in anthologies in the United Kingdom, and she also published a limited edition poetry address book and a poetry diary. Her recent works include A Journey Through The Window of My Soul, The Journey Continues, Drama in the Bricks, The Other Side Of Me,Changing The Game 1,2,3, Misty's Blues and I Can Love You Past Your Pain.
Brett Bevell is author of several books, including Energy Healing for Everyone, New Reiki Software for Divine Living, The Reiki Magic Guide to Self-Attunement, and Reiki For Spiritual Healing. A poet and performance artist, he is also author of America Needs a Woman President and America Needs a Buddhist President, a poem that initially aired nationwide on NPR’s All Things Considered.
Since receiving his Reiki master initiation in 1995, Bevell has dedicated himself to discovering new Reiki techniques that work collaboratively with the higher self. These simple techniques are not only highly effective, but also shift Reiki into a practice of daily living that can transform even the most mundane aspects of our lives into works of healing.