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  • 01:05

    January Jones - Clyde McCulley -From Poor To Professor

    in Relationships

    Clyde McCulley was born in the small rural town of Benton, Arkansas about 25 miles outside of Little Rock, during WWII; The year was 1941. 


    Clyde was born in in a four room wood frame house. The youngest of six children, his brother, was 19 years older and the next youngest to him, a sister, was eight years older. There were three girls and three boys in all. His Daddy was sixty years old when Clyde was born, and his Mama was forty.


    He grew up in the religiously conservative, segregated South. His Daddy lost all of his money and was forced to move the family to Arkansas to be near relatives. He was disabled and could not work, but wouldn’t take public assistance. Clyde’s Mother made $15/week cleaning houses. The family tried to subsist on food grown on their five-acre plot. With an additional mouth to feed, the oldest two boys enlisted in the service to send money home.


    http://www.storynightpress.com

  • 00:51

    January Jones-Live a Life of No Limits

    in Motivation

    Meet: Maureen Sharphouse who is a highly experienced and hugely effective Transformative Life Coach, Success & Mindset Coach, and Licensed Master Practitioner of NLP. I am also a Motivational Speaker. 


    I am a member of the International Coaching Federation, and have run a vibrant coaching and mentoring practice since 2010.


     I don't believe, however, it's solely due to my high level of training and experience that accounts for my high level of effectiveness as a coach. I believe it's because I am an authentic and 'real' coach who has experienced rock bottom and completely transformed my life.


    www.maureensharphouse.com


     

  • 00:43

    Community Investor: Learn About Private Capital From an Expert, Kellen Jones

    in Real Estate

    Kellen Jones whose name is ubiquitous in the world of private lending in the West and Southwest joins Think Realty host Matt Benson to talk private capital and explain how it’s done in the world of private lending.


    Jones has personally seen over $500 million dollars in private loans transactions and has a wealth of experience in lender relations, underwriting, marketing and originations.


    He serves as Executive Officer and Co-founder at Fundingdatabase.com and Chief Operations officer at Cash Private Capital.

  • 00:30
  • 00:51

    January Jones-MC-365-MotivCreations-Dr. Ed Feyereisen

    in Motivation

    January  Jones welcomes Dr. Ed Feyereisen co-founder along with Dr. Robert Rutolo of MotivCreations, a national internet  motivational company providing the most powerful, proven and positive messages for people wanting to become healthier and happier.


    MC-365


    PASSION-  TEACHING and DEVELOPING PEOPLE


    PURPOSE-  TO ASSIST OTHERS IN ACCESSING THEIR GREATNESS


    CURRENT LIFE’S GOAL- HAVING OVER 1,000,000 PEOPLE WANTING TO 


    GROW WITH MOTIVCREATION’S PROVEN MESSAGES


    www.motivcreations.com


    SIGN ON NOW BELOW WITH JANUARY JONES 


    http://preview.tinyurl.com/hq75mw8


     

  • 00:13

    Brandon Marshall Interview; NY Jets Talk

    in Sports

    While making the rounds in promoting Audience Sports on DirectTV, New York Jets Wide Receiver Brandon Marshall took some time to talk to JetNation.com about how the channel is keeping him busy interviewing celebrities during Super Bowl week while sharing some thoughts on what the future holds for some of his Jets teammates.


    Marshall touched on his expectations for year number two in Chan Gailey's system if quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick returns and Geno Smith's maturation, but hesitated to discuss little-seen quarterback Bryce Petty with whom he didn't likely get many reps in 2016.


    The veteran wideout also heaped praise on fellow receiver Quincy Enunwa and how he flawlessly moved from wide receiver to a smash mouth H-back for Gailey and the Jets.

  • 01:01

    Ex-Inmate and show host Yvette Jones proclaims that truth breaks human bondage

    in Spirituality

    Yvette W. Jones is a native of Virginia. She is a Christian counselor and founder of Freedom Chain Ministries. She is also the Executive Producer and Host of The Yvette W. Jones Show. Yvette W. Jones is married to Wayne Jones, a Certified Christian Life Coach, who has greatly influenced her spiritual growth. She is an alumna of Liberty University and holds a M.A. in Human Services Counseling, specializing in Marriage and Family Counseling. Yvette received her B.S. degree in Psychology with a concentration in Christian Counseling from Liberty University. She also holds a graduate certificate in Criminal Justice and Communications from Liberty University. In addition, Yvette obtained an A.A.S. degree in Administration of Criminal Justice from Danville Community College. She is also a member of the American Association of Christian Counselors. Yvette W. Jones will release her first book entitled, My Second Wind in 2016.


    Yvette W. Jones, an ex-federal and state inmate, discovered the TRUTH that breaks the chain of bondage. After graduating from high school in 1991, she attended a small private college in Virginia and completed her sophomore year in 1993. Shortly, thereafter, Yvette began to explore the offers of the world, gained interest in it, and found herself trapped in the lion’s den. At that time, she was wise enough to know that with every decision existed the reality of consequences. During her federal and state prison sentence, she began to grasp that her life was predestined by God and evil had already been defeated. Today, Yvette W. Jones knows and accepts the purpose and plan God has designed for her life. As a result, she is committed to helping others discover the access code to the pathway of freedom.


    Yvette W. Jones - EPK
    Websites
    www.yvettewjones.com
    www.freedomchainministries.org
     

  • 01:12

    Ron Burke, Tim Tetrick, Brandon Valvo join the program

    in Sports

    Post Time with Mike and Mike has an action packed show coming up on Thursday at 1:00!


    Joining the program this week is Ron Burke who has the most money earned by a stable in on year in North America in either Harness or Thoroughbred.  In 2015, Burke surpassed trainer Todd Pletcher.  Also on Thursday, The “Bionic Man” Tim Tetrick will come on to talk about his 2015 and what he is looking forward too the most in 2016. =


    Brandon Valvo will join the show this week to talk about the dominant performance of Bold Eagle in the Prix D’ Amerique.  Bold Eagle won the race in a stakes and track record time and did so with ease.


    Post Time with Mike and Mike is harness racing's newest podcast co-hosted by track announcers Mike Bozich and Mike Carter. The show's focus is to positively promote harness racing. Every hoof that hits the racetrack, whether a claimer or a stakes horse, has a story to tell, and they plan on telling those stories. Log on to Blogtalkradio.com/ptmikeandmike to listen. If you miss the show live, you can listen on-demand at any time. You can also follow the show on social media.


    Like them on Facebook at Post Time with Mike and Mike, and follow them on Twitter @ptmikeandmike1.


     

  • 00:54

    Park Tool A conversation with C. Calvin Jones

    in Sports

    C. Calvin Jones wrote the book on bicycle repair.....literally.   The Big Blue Book of Bicycle Repair from Park Tool located in Minnesota.  Join us for an in depth conversation on everything related to bicycle repair.

  • 01:09

    Clio Express: A Conversation with James & Jean Jones

    in Lifestyle

     


    In 1953, seven years before the formal launch of the sit-in movement, students from Morgan State College were lining up daily at the lunch counter of Read’s drugstore. There, some manager or anxious waitress would recite the Maryland trespassing statute and ask them to leave.   That was the beginning of the "modern student civil disobedience through sit-ins.  However, in 1947, several hundred Morgan State students demonstrated in Annapolis for equitable funding from the state. In 1948, Morgan students began to picket performances at Baltimore’s Ford’s Theatre, where black patrons were compelled to use a rear staircase and sit in the second balcony.     Ford’s Theatre was desegregated in 1952 after years of relentless picketing. Additionally, thirty-seven Read’s drugstores opened their lunch counters to blacks in 1955. Four years later, the protesters forced the desegregation of the chain of Arundel ice cream shops. And, the die was caste for the Civil Rights contributions of Morgan State students which brought James and Jean Jones together in their personal involvement in the movement.    James and Jean were childhood neighbors who metriculated through the educational systems together and eventually built a family and life together.  A great look at what happens in the trenches and the lives of civil rights warriors.


     


     

  • 01:30

    AUTHOR YVETTE W. JONES, HER BOOK, 'MY SECOND WIND' THE GEORGE WILDER JR. SHOW.

    in Politics

    AUTHOR YVETTE W. JONES ON THE GEORGE WILDER JR.


    THINGS IN THE NEWS


    AND MORE ON THE GEORGE WILDER jR. SHOW