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Guest Beverley Anderson
Beverly is a tax accountant and works with small business owners. She is the founder of The Home Based Business Chambers of Commerce with chapters from the East coast to Atlanta.
At 8:30pm CST Wednesday February 6th we began the 54 weeks of support material and online coaching that is part of The Laws of Material Wealth Personal Development Program. Those who have purchased the program have the book, The Laws of Material Wealth, The Workbook and 4 DVDs. Those who purchased the book before the development of the workbook and DVDs are grandfathered into the program. The Renford Affirmations have been sent to those on this Affiliate list and material will be sent each week prior to the show. The host of the show is James Renford Powell. The Moderator is Rhonda Harrison. You can access the show by going to the RBR Network page on www.blogtalkradio.com/renford or calling 1-347-838-9142.
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Tonight's special guest is Beverly Anderson from North Carolina, child abuse survivor and activist. Beverly grew up being sexual abused by her biological father, starting at 8 years old. "I was being told I was Daddy's favorite," she says, "and this was "our little secret." (Her mother claimed she didn't find out about her Dad's abuse for about 30 years). Beverly escaped the house at 21, "but as I got older I was being told by my Father that he loved me and actually wanted me to live with him out of state so he could be with me." She suffered from unfortunate or tragic relationships for many years. She loved one of her husbands, who she married at 28, but he was killed by a drunk driver leaving her with two small children. "I was hospitalized in 1989 and I had major flashbacks of what had happened when I was younger. Married at the time, another block hit me in the face .. my son was molested by my husband's (now ex husband) stepfather." She continues, "After all the poor choices in men, I stayed single for quite awhile trying to find myself. I always loved working with numbers, working in different banks and finance companies, so I went to college for accounting and graduated with honors at 50 years old. I married again at the age of 60 and I know I got it right!" She goes on, "Last year I got reacquainted with a friend of mine who is also an Adult Survivor and she got me to really open up. Through her encouragement I opened my group page in April, 2014." Beverly concludes, "I am, who I am today, which I want to help others like myself and knew all I had to do was...say..."I didn't become who I am because of you, I became who I am in spite of you!
SHOW NOTES: This is part of the JOYFUL ART OF BUSINESS™ series and our episode today is, “Fake it ’Til You Make It?”
This is a popular concept and we need to really explore what it means!
1) What are we faking?
2) What is confidence?
Belief in yourself that is communicated to other people. It strongly correlates to power as people believe in leaders who believe in themselves.
“Confidence,” he told us, “is the stuff that turns thoughts into action.” (http://www.theatlantic.com/features/archive/2014/04/the-confidence-gap/359815/)
3) Why are we faking it?
Because it is necessary, we don’t have it and we know it. Effective (and contented) leaders (of an organization, of a family, of a group, etc.) believe in themselves and then have a much easier time having other people follow their lead.
“Success, it turns out, correlates just as closely with confidence as it does with competence.” […] “When people are confident, when they think they are good at something, regardless of how good they actually are, they display a lot of confident nonverbal and verbal behavior,” [...] “They do a lot of things that make them look very confident in the eyes of others,” he added. “Whether they are good or not is kind of irrelevant.” (http://www.theatlantic.com/features/archive/2014/04/the-confidence-gap/359815/)
4) So, what is the problem with faking it?
Everyone else knows that we don’t have it and are just faking it.
How to prevent kidnappings and being a victim in your community. Join us for a popular rebroadcast aired July 7, 2013
Tonight we welcome Patriots fan/NFL Blogger Tianna Hairston to the show!
The guys will debate some NFL Preseason action including Preseason favorites for the Super Bowl.
Afterwards, Jay and Jesse will discuss the possibility of a Anderson SIlva VS Nick Diaz Super Bowl weekend match up and of course UFC on FOX 12 this past weekend which featured a battle between Matt "the Immortal" Brown and Robbie Lawler which set forth a rematch of some epic preportions later on down the road.
All of that and always some extras for ya, Tonight on That Other Sports Show! ENJOY
The guys end up talking this week about Stephen A. Smith and his suspension after putting his foot into his mouth on "First Take," Gennady Golovkin's path of destruction, the return of Anderson Silva - who will face Nick Diaz next year during UFC's huge Super Bowl weekend show, the Oakland Raiders contemplating moving to San Antonio, and David Price staying put with the Tampa Bay Rays as well as his beef with David Ortiz.
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