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  • 02:42

    Life After Death, Generation of Entitlements, Biases(Spirituality)&FREE READINGS

    in Spirituality

    Let's do it now!!! Life after Death explained and do we roam the Earth for 40 days? Generation of entitlements and biases will hold back your spiritual awakening.  Are you an enabler?


    FREE READINGS!!

  • 01:01

    “How to Prevent Biases from Sabotaging Your Success"

    in Self Help

    Marilyn O’Hearne, MA MCC, is a globally experienced  Culturally Intelligent Leadership and Mentor Coach and Speaker. Marilyn provides a trustworthy, secure launching pad for rocketing from overwhelm to transformation.   Her passion for intercultural competency in coaching led her to: Developing Culturally Intelligent Programs for Coaches; 6 years, ICF Global Board of Directors and co-authoring “The Intersection of Culture and Ethics” for Law and Ethics in Coaching. Marilyn was recognized for her visionary and innovative leadership with the Thomas Leonard Achievement Award at the ICF Midwest Regional Conference June 2015. 


    Divya Parekh is an internationally-known leadership coach and speaker.  Divya heads The DP Coaching Group, which helps business owners, leaders, achievers, coaching you to uncover your hidden motivators that allow you to ahieve your personal, professional, and financial goals with laser focus and unstoppable confidence. She is also co-author of an international Amazon best-selling book The Voyage to Your Vision and author of books on topics like Emotional Intelligence, Critical-Thinking, Leadership, and Influence.


    The highlights of the show include:


    • Develop a refreshing, focusing Centering one minute practice which facilitates moving from Unconcious Bias to Conscious Awareness
    • Discover how your Unconscious Bias may be sabotaging success by unknowingly driving away some cultural groups 
    • Learn a quick way to immediately uncover and update bias to build trust 
    • Begin to develop strategies to manage Unconscious Bias to expand your impact and reach
    Learn some of the Neuroscience behind Centering and Unconcious Bias

  • 01:04

    Understanding and Healing the Biases of Race, Religion and Sexual Orientation 2

    in Self Help

    Tune in for part two - Race - of Understanding and Healing the Biases of Race, Religion and Sexual Orientation

  • 01:05

    BangTheBook Sports Betting Talk Radio April 19

    in Sports

    On this Tuesday edition of BangTheBook Radio, we'll be fulfilling our commitment to bring you the best sports betting insight and analysis in the industry. Brad Powers from BradPowersSports.com joins us to chat about the NBA playoffs and his observations from some of the college football spring games. Host Adam Burke will cover what you need to know in order to bang the books in the NHL and MLB betting markets for April 19. The NHL playoffs keep moving forward and perception biases and betting action keep dictating the lines. Stay above all of that and pick winners with Adam's help. Betting tips and tricks from some of the best analysts and handicapping minds in the industry help you stay ahead of the curve on this, and every, episode of BangTheBook Radio.


    0:00-1:25 - Show intro


    1:25-35:15 - Brad Powers, BradPowersSports.com; college football spring games, NBA playoffs


    35:15-1:04:15 - Host Adam Burke's NHL playoffs and MLB thoughts for April 19

  • 00:31

    Diminishing Unconscious Bias in Hiring

    in Business

    Every day, unconscious biases influence hiring decisions. This issue undercuts the culture and success of many companies, from start-ups to Fortune 500s.

    According to our guest, author and coach Gail Tolstoi-Miller (@gailtolstoimill), companies must build awareness of the bias that takes place in the hiring process and take action. She will share why organizations should implement formal training for people in decision-making functions, and how to combat and diminish bias throughout the hiring process.


     

  • 00:58

    Jennifer Ouellette, Brendan Nyhan: Measles, Identity Politics, Cognitive Biases

    in Psychology

    The science of swaying popular opinion: think vaccines. Dartmouth political scientist/psychologist Brendan Nyhan specializes in the cognitive biases that come with identity politics. Jennifer and Brendan talk about the psychology of changing minds, how our beliefs and opinions are tied to personal identity, and what does and does not work in terms of strategy when it comes to swaying popular opinion. 


    http://www.nytimes.com/2015/04/15/upshot/why-californias-approach-to-tightening-vaccine-rules-could-backfire.html

    http://www.motherjones.com/environment/2014/02/vaccine-denial-psychology-backfire-effect


    http://blogs.scientificamerican.com/cocktail-party-physics/what-does-it-take-to-change-a-mind-a-phase-transition/

  • 00:58

    Jennifer Ouellette, Brendan Nyhan: Measles, Identity Politics, Cognitive Biases

    in Science

    The science of swaying popular opinion: think vaccines. Dartmouth political scientist/psychologist Brendan Nyhan specializes in the cognitive biases that come with identity politics. Jennifer and Brendan talk about the psychology of changing minds, how our beliefs and opinions are tied to personal identity, and what does and does not work in terms of strategy when it comes to swaying popular opinion. 


    http://www.nytimes.com/2015/04/15/upshot/why-californias-approach-to-tightening-vaccine-rules-could-backfire.html

    http://www.motherjones.com/environment/2014/02/vaccine-denial-psychology-backfire-effect

  • 00:30

    Women's History Month - Why It's Needed.

    in Health

    Women's History, African American History, Hispanic-American History. It's endless. Have you ever wondered these designations are necessary? Have you ever looked into the creations of these designations? 


    Have you ever examined your biases towards womens? Have you ever perpetuated a mis-informed belief towards women? Do you considere females inferior to males? Do you believe that women should keep quiet in church? Do you really thing it's fair that women are paid so much less than men for the same jobs?


    What do you think of male doctors who violate the bodies and minds of women? Join TheHealthReverend and learn! 

  • 00:31

    Dr. Anita Nahal, the Diversity Queen, also an Author

    in Writing

    Note the time in your Time Zone. Show airs at 7:00 am Pacific, 8:00 am Mountain, 9:00 am Central, 10:00 am Eastern, 11:00 am Atlantic.


    What Is Diversity? According to Dr. Anita Nahal, “The answer to this question can be simultaneously challenging and confusing, depending on one’s frame of reference. However, it is essential that we grapple with the meaning of diversity in order to understand its challenges and complexities." 


    In fact, there can be diversity in almost anything we can think of: what we wear, say, do, eat, and the list goes on indefinitely. Diversity is also a state and conditioning of the mind. And this, in turn, frequently leads to misconceptions and biases.


    Anita Nahal, PhD, CDP, teacher/professor, administrator, writer, publisher, and mentor for over 25 years, has a doctorate in US History and is a Certified Diversity Professional (CDP).


    Dr. Nahal, with significant work on diversity and multiculturalism, was honored by the Society for Diversity as the Member for the Month of March 2013. The write up is available at:

    http://societyfordiversity.org/uploads/ANahal_Member_Profile.pdf 


    A previous winner of 2 diversity-related awards at Howard University included the Cultural Diversity Awareness Award (2006) and the Unsung Hero Award (2007).


    With numerous diversity-related publications, Dr. Nahal’s research (along with co-PIs) include a major quantitative study on diversity at Historically Black Colleges and Universities which was published as a chapter in a book in 2015. 

  • 00:30

    It's not over yet!! Continuation of a discussion about end time predictions.

    in Fun

    There are few more irrefutable and inescapable constants on this planet than the concept that all things must eventually come to an end.  Be it a well deserved vacation, a lovely sunset, relationships, hard times, our careers, or our very lives, they all have a finite beginning and they all have a finite end.  So, it's not unreasonable for us, humans such as we are, to exrapolate our reality onto the greater cosmos. To color our perceptions of our world and the universe with a patina of our own home-grown fatalism.  Since ancient times men have struggled to explain the origins of the world and predict its inevitable demise.  Tonight Ken and Beth with guest host Larry Smith will continue a discussion that began last week delving into the mysteries of end-time prophecy as written in the Judeo-Christian Bible.  The truely difficult task in understanding the vague and often cryptic symbolism of the prophetic writings is in ferreting out their meaning without contaminating them with our own denominational biases.  Certainly, the writers were men of a different age.  Technology as we know it was unheard of then.  Things we take for granted in our everyday lives like automobiles, jet aircraft, cell phones and computers would have been viewed as black magic or maybe even as monsters and rightly so.   We humans have, indeed, created monsters and not just technological ones.   Join us in the discussion.  9:30 PM PST Thursday Feb. 18, 2016.  Call in (347) 215-9971.


     

  • 02:28

    Communication in a Politically Correct Society & FREE PSYCHIC READINGS!!!

    in Spirituality

    The last episode was about sexuality and spirituality which led to separating the two.  We discussed how society has changed and there is less communication as we are afraid to say something which might be misconstrued as politically incorrect.  If we don't talk about these problems in a society we are repressing our emotions and feelings.  This will keep us back from becoming spiritual.  We need to identify our problems which includes biases and we can talk about anything as long as we can debate in a civil way.  It's when we hold things inside which are troubling us that creates agressiveness.  This is happening in our society, in our personal relationships and it needs to be addressed.  So, I hope this episode will be interactive and we can address what is bothering you.  Perhaps, you are suffering with problems in your relationships and you cannot talk about it or know how to. We will overcome thiis today.  We are becoming quite inhibited regarding a lot of subjects.  Sexuality was only one of them. Do we guess how someone feels about us?  Do we express how we feel about someone? 


    FREE PSYCHIC QUESTIONS ANSWERED ON SHOW!!! Private readings at mia0899cs@gmail.com.  I am a world renowned and top rated psyic on Kasamba and I offer private readings at a very affordable price.  You will not be disappointed. I can do a private reading for you today!