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JOIN ME AND CO-HOST: JACKIE HICKMAN, ALONE WITH GUEST HOST NAOMI RAHMING AKA FAITHWALKN FAITHFUL, AS WE WELCOME PASTOR AUTHOR CHRIS WALKER SHARING HIS NEW PROJECT. PLUS ARTIST: "IN THE STORM" GODZ MESSENGER...
What happens over time when a person gets well acquainted with their spouse/mate? They get comfortable! Although being relaxed and somewhat "at ease" with your significant other is common and pleasant thing...it can also cause one's attraction and sex life to dwindle over time. Join in as we discuss some of the comical, random and even serious ways we dampen "the mood" as well as ways to strength our sexual relationships.
Tammy Fallon, Founder, Tammy Golson Events
With teams in Massachusetts and New York, Tammy Golson Events cater to clients planning milestone events that celebrate their love and lives while thoughtfully acknowledging their relationships with family and friends. With priority placed on culture, quality food, the overall aesthetic and the personalized details, Tammy Golson Events is inspired by incorporating their clients' stories into the design of their weddings and events.
Tammy Golson Fallon combines her Midwestern values with an East Coast edge to bring sincerity and style to every event. Tammy specializes in planning weddings for jet-setting urbanites that are excited to celebrate their story. Tammy does this in thoughtful, creative, delicious and innovative ways. Tammy is known for her track record of providing a high level of personalized service for clients who appreciate her practical values, and her skillful way of sensibly managing their investments. She has been featured in New York Magazine, Brooklyn Magazine, The Knot and 100 Layer Cake. Tammy has a degree in hospitality and tourism management from the University of Wisconsin-Stout. She flexed her epicurean muscles when she created a culinary program at a castle in Scotland. Tammy has planned events for many prominent organizations including The New York Times, The Penn Club of NY and Lincoln Center. While Tammy thrives on the energy of life in the city and adores the endless gastronomic possibilities that come with it, she is happy to share her vitality and sophistication with couples everywhere.
NYC based Comedian Nancy Lombardo, host a cornucopia of terrific guests. Mixing it up with Comedians, Authors, musicians, professionals. Nancy Lombardo has performed her unique comedy from coast to coast. TV credits include The Colin Quinn Show NBC, Saturday Night Live “All my Children” PBS, network and cable television Comedy Tonight, Nickelodeon and the Comedy Channel. She can be seen weekly on The Nancy Lombardo Show channel 56/83/34 NYC and live worldwide on WWW.MNN.ORG. She has written for Penthouse and Cracked magazine and created Ms. Quotable, a comic strip for Lady's Circle Magazine. Nancy was a winner of the Toyota Comedy Festivals "Laughter in Motion” and a Cable Arts Insight Comedy Award." Spot-lighted more than once in *Backstage, as both comedian/writer, she currently indulges her taste for the irreverent in her Stand Up Comedy and show, "Jazz Housewife." Nancy is creator of MOMEDY™, part of the International Mamapalooza Festival. She roasted Vincent Pastore of Soprano fame and is a member of The Friars Club. Her comedy and music is available at www.cdbaby.com/Artist/NancyLombardo
March is International Women’s Month and here on Wisdom of Success we are celebrating in full force. All month long we are going to bring you conversations with amazingly power-filled women who will inspire you to be all that you can be. Today on the program we bring you Victoria Broussard, Esq. author of the remarkable book, i-Comfortable Victim, a Novel Based on True Events. Ms. Broussard has written a trend-setting, cross over novel set in the Deep South that chronicles the life of a young woman who experienced childhood sexual abuse and the soul stains it caused. Find out more at http://www.icomfortablevictim.com/ In addition, Ms. Broussard is a member of the American Bar Association and is licensed to practice law in all courts in the State of Texas. Wisdom of Success is a presentation of the Perspectivepower network and you can FOLLOW us at www.blogtalkradio.com/perspectivepower and www.facebook.com/perspectivepower Learn more about Award-Winning Artist David A. Martinka, who provides our theme music www.redbellymusic.com & www.sunshadows.net
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Dr. Joy Spaulding teaches the metaphysical principles of Living a Life of Unlimited Joy. She is a psychic life coach, holistic healer, metaphysician, christian minister,yoruba priestess, nlpp, hypnotherapist, reiki master, speaker, writer, publisher, marketer, producer, artist, and chef.
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Reality and Myths of Meditation
Join Dr. Maiysha and Coach Elliott this Friday with their special guest Althea Lawton-Thompson! This week, we are going to be discussing meditation – they myths, the reality, and so much more! Sure to be an informative show! See you Friday morning at 9a (ET)!
About our guest: Althea Lawton-Thompson has a Business Administration degree and certifications in group exercise, personal training, and water fitness. She is also a 200 HR registered Yoga instructor. Her wellness consulting company, AYM Fitness, ran the fitness portion of the Johns Hopkins Hospital youth obesity program and created and managed a full exercise program for all 13 Atlanta Kaiser Permanente offices.
Her internationally popular fitness video series, Altheatized, and published articles have been included in magazines like Best Body, Essence, Parenting, and Oxygen. In 2012, she was voted One of Atlanta's Best Yoga Teachers by Best Self Magazine. She is also the founder of a 501c3 nonprofit organization that offers free and low-cost fitness classes, medical screenings and health education.
Currently, Althea hosts fitness and Yoga retreats in destinations like Puerto Rico, the Grand Canyon, and the Georgia Mountains, while the corporate wellness arm of her company provides fitness classes and health education to Fortune 500 companies based in Atlanta.
This married mother of two balances family, business and life with Yoga, meditation, and travel.
The topic today is, "Do You Know The Source of Your Identity?" Why is this so important? Well, your identity, that is, who you see yourself to be, is the key to what you believe, what and how you think, feel, choose, act, make plans, determined who you married, led to why you did or didn't marry, determines how you deal with problems, even how you created those problems and solved or did not solve those problems. Who you see yourself to be developed the plans and strategies that led to where you find yourself today, how you got there, what you are doing about it, if anyting. Ever heard the expression, "You are where you are today because of your best thinking!"? Or, how about this one, "The person you will be five years from now is directly related to the books you read, what you watch and listen to, and your five most important friends."
Wouldn't you like to know how this all came about? Do I have your attention yet? Well, this subjet got my attention--some fifty plus years ago. I know the world as changed a lot in the past fifty years but the cause/effect relationship that your identity creates has not. and yes, I will look at this topic from the perspective of spirituality, God's Word to us which still rings true today.
Join me in answering the question, "Do You Know the Source of Your Identity?"
Maybe life’s “delays” are meant for us to exhaust every human means possible?!?!
Eric Speir writes:
In studying the lives of these great people, I've discovered 4 reasons God makes us wait:
1. Waiting Reveals Our True Motives
Waiting has a way of bringing out the best and worst in people. People who don't have good motives won't wait long because they're not interested in the commitment it takes to see something through. They're too interested in short-term gains or success.
Most of us have good intentions, but a lot of what we want to accomplish is an attempt to make a name for ourselves or for our own egos. It hurts to say this, but it's often true.
2. Waiting Builds Patience In Our Lives
Patience in waiting for small things leads to having patience in the bigger things. If we can't wait for God to do a small thing, we certainly can't wait for something bigger.
3. Waiting Builds Anticipation
Why do children get so excited around Christmas? Because the wait has produced anticipation. We tend to appreciate things the longer we have to wait for them.
4. Waiting Transforms Our Character
Waiting has a way of rubbing off the rough edges of our lives. Most of us know the story of Moses delivering the Israelites from the Egyptians. It's a grand story of God doing great miracles.
We married in 1988 and began our family in 1998. Those ten years were very long and painful. There was a purpose in the waiting. We just didn’t see it or want to see it at the time.
One of the biggest difficulties, for some, is to keep moving forward while you wait…to constantly be learning in the waiting room.
Do you take opportunities to learn something while you wait?
It could be his powerful, soulful voice, or his refreshing delivery that makes inspirational artist Wess Morgan such a thrill to bear witness to. Or maybe it’s because he has walked on a rough path—one that might have made another falter—that makes his music so moving, so unique, and so unforgettable. But one thing is for certain, Wess, by the grace of God, has proven that he is strong, resilient, and one of the most talented and anointed gospel / inspirational artists of this generation.
Born in Mississippi, but raised in Tennessee by an extremely musical family—his parents Joseph and Yolanda, both pastors, sang in and out of church—Wess knew at a young age that music and God was destined to be an integral part of his life. Along with his siblings, he began traveling with his parents, as they ministered the word of God through music, teaching, and preaching in churches across the United States.
But at the age of 11, Wess began experimenting with drugs and alcohol, eventually becoming addicted to cocaine and finding himself in and out of juvenile detention centers for most of his teens and 20s. It was while in jail, and about to be sentenced for seriously injuring his friends—in a horrifying car crash in which he was high, drunk, and speeding—that he spoke to God and God actually answered him. “I just cried out to God and asked Him to forgive me for what happened and to help me get straight,” Wess remembers. “I asked Him for a strategy and He spoke one word to me and that was ‘accountability.’ And I’ve been clean ever since.” Pursuing a singing career had always been a deep desire for Wess, but his addictions kept robbing him of the chance. After he beat his addiction, he finally went into the studio with Tre Corley, the pair ende up writing and producing Wess first sol project, "Look at Me Now!
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