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Listen in for perspective and analysis of unfolding world events and the overall changes taking place in society that will help you clarify uncertainty as well as help you grow personally.
Co-hosts Carole Gold and Steve Clark bring a wealth of personal aand professional experience which makes for thought-provoking conversation. Their diverse backgrounds provide a rich persepctive on life's challenges and the many ways we can aproach rising above them.
Carole Gold is a former Attorney, Certified Mediator, Life Coach, Author and lifelong intuitive. She is a mother with a daughter serving in the IDF.
Steve Clark is a former Marine Corps Infantry Officer and Bond Trader who currently works in the technology field in lead generation. Steve is a father with 6 daughters.
Our only agenda is to empower you to be the autonomus, creative, joyful and successful individual you were meant to be.
Its all about energy and is rightful use. We call it "rightuseness." When we each approach challenges with the intention to resolve them in the highest good for all concerned, we use energy the way in which... and for the purpose... it was designed.
No one has all the answers but each of us has a piece of the answer. When we come together, sharing ideas and co-creating solutions we change the world.
Join us and call in to bring your part to this exciting conversation!
Carole and Steve
During the month of July, please enjoy these previously recorded shows. We will return live every Tuesday night beginning August 5, 2014. Enjoy the summer!
Managing inter-communal conflict and violence is critical to national and international security in today's world. As societies are becoming more diverse, many more countries are facing ethnic, religious, cultural and social conflicts. The globalization of such conflicts is also increasing. Join me as I speak with Mari Fitzduff, the Program Director of the Coexistence and Conflict program at The Heller School of Social Policy and Management at Brandeis University.
Professor Mari Fitzduff is a native of Northern Ireland who brings more than 20 years of international experience in conflict resolution policy and practice development to the program. Professor Fitzduff was the first chief executive of the foremost conflict resolution agency in Northern Ireland. More recently, she served as director of UNU/INCORE, a United Nations University Center and one of the world's leading organizations for international research and consultancy work on coexistence and conflict matters around the world. She has served as a consultant and trainer on conflict programs in the Middle East, Sri Lanka, Indonesia, the Basque country, and the CIS states.
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To break through the barriers and learn how to coexist with someone so different from yourself, we suggest you take this challenge. Sit down with someone you might find difficult to listen to...maybe someone of a different faith or cultural background and engage them in a conversation with the intent of being curious. This is not about a debate.
John Nemo a 1-on-1 personal business coach, marketing consultant and professional speaker living in St. Paul, Minnesota. He's the author of six books, including LinkedIn Riches: How to Leverage the World's Largest Network to Enhance Your Brand, Generate Leads and Increase Revenue! John's got something brand new today he wants to share with us, and I'm really excited about this. It's a new book, website and podcast called Fired Up: Ignite Your Passion, Love Your Work and Live Your Legacy!
Steven Kazan have focused on representing asbestos victims ever since- mesothelioma cases . Born in new York educated at brandeis university and Harvard law school, a former assistant US Attorney in san francisco, lecturer nationally and internationally on asbestos litigation and disease. Involved in almost all asbestos bankruptcy cases- recognized last year by the Wall Street Journal as the most important plaintiffs’ attorney nationwide in asbestos bankruptcy work
Bruce Langford teacher, presenter, musician and writer who specializes in the topic of respect. He has presented to over 280,000 students and adults over the past 10 years using music, video and role-plays to connect with his audience. Bruce has also co-authored a book with Brian Tracy called “Cracking the Success Code – The World’s Leading Experts Reveal Their Top Secrets to Help You Crack the Code for Optimum Health, Wealth and Success”
LAURENCE SIMON, HELLER SCHOOL DIRECTOR OF GRAD PROGRAMS IN SUSTAINABLE INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND HEALTH ON THE SUCCESS OF THE PROGRAM FOR BOTH GRADUATES AND THEIR COUNTRIES
Sister Peggy Co-Hosts and there will be an interview with the Reverend Al Dullard! We will take on the hot topics of today, Obama’s monumental, “intentional” failures, the whimpering Eric With-Holder, Christian girls in Egypt being raped & forcefully converted is Islam, the cowardly, scurrilous staff at Brandeis University, Cummings culpability in the IRS scandal and many others.
Tell your freinds, join in the fun and let's try and do some good at the same time for America, - the gretest country ever on earth! (Regardless of what Obama says.)
Join us for another fun filled evening of QuickBooks!
This week we have Marc Brandeis from SalesTaxSupport.com as our Avalara.com sponsored tax compliance segment expert.
Each week we'll be live answering your questions about all things QuickBooks. Join nationally known experts Woody Adams, Dawn Brolin & Stacy Kildal and guests as they enlighten listeners to the wonders of QuickBooks.
In this fascinating, detailed journey through the traditional healing practices of the Dagara people of West Africa, shaman and scholar Dr.Malidoma Some, introduces Western readers to the rituals that breathe meaning into the daily lives of African seekers. Educated in the West,Dr.Some holds three masters and two Ph.Ds.and is the author of four books,including his autobiography:"Of Water and The Spirit".and"The Healing Wisdom of Africa". .Dr.Some' is an initiated Elder and shaman or high priest, he expounds on the significance of"Initiating Change". As a house quest of Baba Wesley Gray and his wife, Dr. Dora Gray, Dr.Malidoma Some',introduced the Grays to the African Yam and other vegetables along with the diet and health customs of his community,the Dagara people of Burkiina Faso,West Africa."There is no doubt that,at this time in history,Western civilization is suffering from a great sickness of the soul.The West'sprogressive turning away from functioning spiritual values;its total disregard for the environment and the protection of natural resources;the violence of inner cities with their problems of poverty,drugs,andcrime;spiraling unemployment and economic disarray;and growing intolerance toward people of color and the values of other cultures all of these trends,if unchecked,will eventually bring about a terrible self-destruction.In the face of all this global chaos,the only possible hope is self-transformation.Unless we find new ways that can touch and transform the heart and soul deeply,both indigenous cultures and those in the West will continue to fade away,dismayed that all the wonders of technology,all the many philosophical'isms'and all the planning of the global corporations will be helpless to reverse this trend."Dr.Malidoma Patrice Some
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Karen Lynn Gorney is the romantic star of Saturday Night Fever (1977): the dance partner and fantasy girlfriend who said "no" to John Travolta, and won his heart in this mega-hit film, recently released on DVD to raves. Miss Gorney is also the legendary "Tara Martin" (Tad's big sister, Erica's mortal enemy) on ABC's award-winning All My Children (1970). A classically trained Actress, and winner of the People's Choice and European Bravo Awards, Karen holds a BFA from Carngie Mellon and MFA from Brandeis University in Acting and Speech. She has received raves in New York City and throughout the United States performing everything from William Shakespeare to Neil Simon. Karen has 5 new films in the can including A Crime (2006) with Harvey Keitel, and Searching for Bobby D (2005) [DeNiro] with Sandra Bernhard. The daughter of the composer of "Brother Can you Spare a Dime" (Jay Gorney), Karen's new CD of her Dad's hits called "Hot Moonlight!" is in stores now, and has received international acclaim.
Carolyn Wilkins is a Professor of Ensembles at Berklee College of Music and author of They Raised Me Up: A Black Single Mother and Women Who Inspired Her and Damn Near White: An African American Family’s Rise from Slavery to Bittersweet Success. Both are available from the University of Missouri Press. Wilkins is an accomplished jazz pianist, composer, and vocalist with radio and television appearances with her group SpiritJazz, a concert tour of South America as Jazz Ambassador for the US State Department, performances with the Pittsburgh Symphony as a percussionist under Andre Previn, and shows featuring Melba Moore, Nancy Wilson and the Fifth Dimension. Carolyn has performed at Boston's Regattabar, Scullers' Grille, the Globe Jazz Festival and the Many Colors of a Woman Jazz Festival. She appeared at Harvard, Brandeis, and Boston Universities, and was featured in four concerts at Boston's First Night Celebration. She authored Tips for Singers: Performing, Auditioning and Rehearsing (Hal Leonard Publications) and released four CDs of original compositions on Tiphereth Records: SpiritJazz I, SpiritJazz II, Healin' Time, and Praise Song. Carolyn composed music for The Search Goes On, a musical performed at First Night 2000, for NPR’s adaptation of Langston Hughes' Tell Your Mama, poet Phil Bryant's Southside Suite, and for Return, a Meditational Journey of Self Discovery for Black Women. Wright College Choir, Mt. St. Joseph Chorale, Emmanuel College Singers, and Shiloh Gospel Choir performed Carolyn's compositions. www.carolynwilkins.com
On this issue of The American Muslim Radio, we will discuss Brandeis University’s decision to withdraw a honorary degree from Ayaan Hirsi Ali, Obamacare, and Robert Salaam's run for Congress as well as take your questions and calls. We're probably joking on the whole Congress thing though.
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He lectures around the world but now is here for you. From the latest in charity news, technology, fundraising and social networking, Ted Hart and his guests help you maneuver through the challenges of the charitable sector to greater levels of efficiency and fundraising success.
Expert: Brian Saber is a fundraising consultant, trainer, presenter, and author, and is President of Asking Matters, an online membership-based company that teaches staff and volunteers how to ask for money and motivates them to get out and ask. Asking Matters grows out of his experience raising hundreds of millions of dollars over 25 years by personally soliciting thousands of donors and coming to understand the art of the ask in a way that few people do. Because of his remarkable experience in asking, Brian has been able to break down the process of asking to its fundamental components, making simple what for many seems daunting.
Brian has worked across the non-profit sector, raising money for his alma mater, Brandeis University, Northwestern University Settlement, Open Hand Chicago, the Children’s Brain Tumor Foundation, the National Dance Institute, and Hudson Guild, among others. He has consulted with numerous organizations around the country.