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Kill Robin Hood - The Surprising Truth About What it Really Takes to Get Rich
You might ask yourself, "Why kill Robin Hood, isn't he one of the good guys?"
Forget everything you’ve heard about Robin Hood and open yourself up for an adventure of a lifetime as you experience this provocative and revolutionary new concept. Janine Elias unlocks the hidden power behind how the fables we grew up with influence our decisions and perceptions, and how the Robin Hood Fable is actually keeping us from having all the money we want to live life on our terms.
When you Kill Robin Hood you give yourself permission to have all the money you want to live life on your terms and declare your financial independence.
Author Janine Elias is also the founder of the Elias Relationship Academy and Awakening the Voice of America. She has dedicated her life to supporting others in developing extraordinary relationships. Her concepts and understanding of the differences between women and men, the masculine and feminine, and how to make those differences work to support and improve your relationships will forever change the way you communicate, live, love, and work together as men and women.
To learn more about Janine, Kill Robin Hood and the Elias Relationship Academy, visit her online at www.JanineElias.com and www.EliasRelationshipAcademy.com.
Host Cyrus Webb welcomes back bestselling author Allen Klein to Conversations LIVE to discuss his newest book HAVING THE TIME OF YOUR LIFE.
1st airdate 6/26/2014
Topic: "The Casino Through A Dealer's Eyes."
Join Jack and his guest Connie Allen as they discuss their new book.
In the not so distant past, a lone UFO crash lands in rural England in the dead of night. Its pilot, the enigmatic KLINE, brings a gift of advanced technology... and a dire warning of things to come.
In the less distant future, the first in a series of devastating attacks wipes out a major U.S. city. Preparations could have been made to meet the threat... but a certain visitor’s warnings were not taken seriously.
Now a frightened nation races against the clock to prepare for the next assault. But its greatest hope for survival will come from an unexpected direction. A whole new class of warrior will arise from within the populace: mechanics and stock brokers and waitresses and students, average Americans who share a very specific and underappreciated talent.
Leading them in the fight will be Kara Dunn, a pragmatic young woman with no idea of the destiny she alone can fulfill...
"Prometheus Rebound" author R.L. Akers is a native of Florida who fled humidity and hurricanes to reside in almost-heaven West Virginia. Holder of an undergraduate degree in computer science and a master's degree in business administration, Akers has worked in software development as well as non-profit fundraising and publicity. He is a licensed foster parent who helps lead the elementary-aged children's ministry at his church, and his interests include graphic design and orchestral movie soundtracks.
Visit Akers online at his blog, RLAkers.com, where you can find short stories and information about upcoming novels. Make sure you also check out Gryphens.com and OrbitalDefense.com.
Saint? Missionary? Scientist? Explorer?
The titles applied to David Livingstone since his death are eclectic enough to seem dubious, and with good reason. In view of his own journals, saint is out of the question; even missionary is problematic when one considers his conversion record. But despite his fame as a scientist and explorer, titles he certainly earned, these were not the fields through which Livingstone left his most indelible mark on Africa.
Somehow, his impact on abolishing what he called "this awful slave-trade" continues to be overlooked as the centerpiece of his African mission.
The Daring Heart of David Livingstone is Livingstone’s story told in full, from the beginning of his time in Africa to the legislation that saved millions after his death.
His contribution to abolition, and particularly the Christian faith that fueled his efforts, have been overlooked in the public record for too long. This is David Livingstone’s untold story.
Jay Milbrandt is a professor at Bethel University in St. Paul, Minnesota. He is a Senior Fellow in Global Justice with the Nootbaar Institute at Pepperdine University School of Law where he formerly directed the Global Justice Program. He travels throughout the world as a human rights lawyer, manages global initiatives in Africa and Southeast Asia, and consults with organizations engaged in human rights and legal development efforts.
Welcome to AN AUTHOR SPEAKS RADIO TALK SHOW,,
Today, We have In our Studio "Author Karla Allen" with her first book called: "Conversations of A Watchman" Prayers To Frame Your Prophetic Destiny"
Karla is an educator by her profession and enjoys teaching people the proper way to achieve and win in life. Although this is her first book Karla have shown a dynamic approach on how the life of a true intercessor life should reflect when one is dedicated unto the Lord.
Join us as we allow Karla to share some of her key principles from her book to help those who have experienced difficulties on when,what and how to pray effectively.
If you would like to become a guest on our show you may email us at: email@example.com
What if Christopher Columbus owed his success—maybe even his very life—to two brothers who have been almost completely forgotten in the annals of history?
Forgotten Brothers is the story of Martín and Vicente Pinzon, and their instrumental role in the eventual success of Christopher Columbus’ mission. Columbus invited Martin Pinzon to join the expedition, but the two men would eventually become bitter rivals. And while heartbreak was the fate for the Pinzons, Columbus returned a victor, and history regards him as a hero.
Based on many long-neglected historical treatises, some as many as 140 years old, this book presents a different picture of the facts of the voyage—facts today’s history books fail to reveal.
Gary Knight is a descendent of Spanish immigrants (on his mother’s side) and has heard from his Spanish cousins for years the story of the Pinzon brothers, highlighted in his historical novel Forgotten Brothers. For 10 years, Gary tutored English and writing to aspiring high school students and was an adjunct professor at a community college for 5 years, while he continues his book writing. He is a member of the American Independent Writers group and writes on-line book reviews for them.
Mr. Knight is a life-long sailor, has owned five boats on the Chesapeake Bay, and has participated in the Marion to Bermuda cruising race. He and his wife Brenda, who is a retired financial analyst for the Federal Reserve Board and a hypnotherapist, live on the water on the Chesapeake. Each has two grown daughters.
Tamika Allen-Doaks born December 19,1976 in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.
Raised in a single parent home by her mother, Thomasene Smith with three brothers and the help of her grandfather, Thomas Allen. She was taught at a early age the values of life and never give up on your dreams. At 17, Tamika begin to write poetry after losing her younger brother to a violent death. In 2009, she begin performing at open mic's back in her hometown. 2012, after the death of her mother, Tamika relocated to Stockbridge, Ga with her 4 daughters from her previous marriage. She wrote a poem titled "Who Is She" which inspired her to write her first 7 book series using the same title. Who Is She:The Woman Everyone Thought They Knew," available now on Amazon.com and Who Is She: The Truth about Stephanie James will be available September, 30th. In May 2014 Ms. Allen-Doaks started her own company called, Allen-Doaks Magazine and Publishing Company, Inc. ADMPC, is a multi-facet of 6 magazine, books, calenders, and much more. Overcoming all the adversities she has endured in life thus far and still working hard to fulfill her dreams. Tamika favorite quote that she applies to her daily life is "I'm Still Standing!!!
Tonight we will bring you another episode of The Charleston Comedy Podcast presented by Comedy Zone Charleston! Our guest tonight is national touring comedian Monte Allen. Monte’s rapid-fire comedy is based on an outstanding ability to take everyday dull life and turn it into gut busting laughter. But hold on tight to this ride because his southern point of view and creative imagination will allow you to see life in a skewed and twisted perspective. You can also catch Monte’s new hit song “Better Places” all over the radio from coast to coast. “Better Places,” or should I say “I’ve Been Kicked Out of Better Places,” is a laugh out loud original comedy song that combines true mishaps in this crazy comedians life with a southern twang. This wild man’s show is just good original comedy that will leave you wondering if he is really that screwed up. Tune in tonight live at 10 pm! Call into the show at 347-308-8648. Like our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/charlestoncomedypodcast...and follow the show on our blog talk page!