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Two words: Peyton Manning. Two more words: HELP HIM! Last year, the Denver Broncos were in the top 5 in the NFL in shotgun formation plays. If you ask Rocket, something needs to be done about that. For starters, this team perhaps...maybe...can actually, you know, run the football. That would be a big bonus to an aging quarterback. Two years ago, this team was in the Super Bowl. A Year later, they were one & done in the postseason. Out is John Fox & in is Gary Kubiak, a former Broncos assistant now head coach. He has a good offense to work from. This offense will still be good...well, the passing game anyway. The running backs have to stay healthy & effective for this team to win another Super Bowl. For Manning, I'm certain one ring isn't enough. I also know that being eliminated in the playoffs last yeat by his former team has to be mind-numbing as well. Many coaching chages took place this offseason with just this team alone. I'm anxious to see what this offensive line will look like. They traded Manny Ramirez to Detroit during the draft & now Ryan Clady is out for the year with a torn ACL. Will Peyton Manning have good enough protection? & how much does he have left to give? Tune in Tuesday morning June 2nd @ 9:30am in another installment of The Rocket Sports Breakdown in Rocket's 32 For 32 team coverage. Rocket Nation, hop on a horse & get ready for a power trip.
Meet author Ron Boehm. Ron will be my guest on the show to discuss his new book, The Boys on Cherry Street: From the Crazy Innocence of College to the Loss of Innocenc in Vietnam.
About the book:
The Boys on Cherry Street is a collection of stories both humorous and heroic. The stories start with the zany and outrageous antics of the author and his college friends and continues through his U.S. Marine Corps training, flight school and service in Vietnam. There are many great books written about the Vietnam War—its heroes, their courage and sacrifice. However, this book is different in that it also shows the keen sense of humor that some men showed in some of the most stressful situations imaginable. It was this sense of humor that Boehm believe was part of their coping mechanism that got them through the tense situations of combat. The book is a salute to the young men of the Vietnam War Era who answered their country’s call.
About the author:
Ron Boehm was born and raised in New Orleans, Louisiana. After graduation from Southeastern Louisiana College he went through OCS in the U.S. Marine Corps and was commissioned an officer. He was one of the first group of aviation students the Marine Corps sent through U.S. Air Force Flight School. After earning his Air Force and Navy Wings’ he flew the A6A Intruder in combat and served as a Forward Air Controller with the 7th Marine Regiment in Vietnam. Ron Currently lives in Houston, Texas has two children and owns a construction company. This is his second book.
Marcella D. Moore affectionately known as "Cella D" has been inspiring and empowering women for more than two decades. Marcella was born and raised in New Brunswick, NJ. She lived in Atlanta, Georgia for 8 years and Dallas, Texas for 2 years and eventually made her way back to New Jersey where she was born and raised. Marcella is an inspirational speaker and mentor who loves to speak life and encouraging words to others. Through workshops, seminars and conferences she uplifts members of her audience with powerful words that inspire them to reach new heights. She is the founder and facilitator of the weekly Motivate and Pray empowerment call and the monthly “Caring for the Caregiver” support call. Both calls serve as a resource for motivation, inspiration, empowerment, encouragement and prayer. Marcella is also the co-author of the recently released “Tainted Elegance: Simply Beautiful” book; a book that gives women the courage to say “I love who I am.” Her professional career includes more than 16 years as Director of Grants and 10 years as an Account Executive. Marcella volunteers as a moderator at the annual Commission for Women in her home town and as a domestic violence response team member with the local police department. She embraces her single parent status and is the proud mother of her favorite 25 year-old daughter and favorite 21 year-old son. Marcella’s compassion for others motivates her to inspire, empower and encourage them to live a purpose-driven life. Cella D's prayer is that the light of God on her life shines bright enough to make hearts open, babies leap and sleeping giants awake.
Meet author Dr. Lucie K. Lewis. She will be my guest to discuss her book, I AM: Renewal From Within the Garden
About the book:
Much is said about the importance of knowing what you stand for so that you do not fall for just anything, but knowing what you stand on is what keeps you standing in the face of whatever comes. What you stand on becomes the anchor of your life. Dr. Lewis had anchored herself in the wisdom of a trusted confidant standing through this cherished loved-one s strength. When this very special woman died, Dr. Lewis felt lost until she could reanchor her life through a search that led her on a journey of emotional healing. In this work, Dr Lewis guides you through the lessons that soothed her weary soul and lifted her from depression. This book is for all who seek renewal, awakening, restoration, and hope in tomorrow.
About the author:
Lucie Lewis is an experienced freelance technical and creative writer and the owner/founder of Creative Futures, LLC. She holds an Ed.D. from William Howard Taft University in Educational Leadership, an M.A. in Human Services Administration from Springfield College and a B.S. in Elementary Education from American International College. Her writing has appeared in the Afro American Point of View Community Newspaper, Executive Forum Magazine, Western Mass Women s Magazine and on UnityFirst.com.
Life Innovations Ent. Presents:
D Gambit Radio Season 3 Episode 9 Sleepwalkers"
Join us this week as we discuss 137 shots, the meaning of democracy, Knowledge vs. Wisdom, Sleepwalking through life, and much more!! Very special NBA Finals preview, and a surprise announcement! And as always playing the best music from yesterday,today, and the future!THIS.....IS......LIFE! THIS...... IS.....Hip Hop! THIS......IS.......D Gamibit Radio!!!!
Tonight I welcome Tony Davis to the show. Tony L. Davis has a remarkable story of faith in the midst of dispair. He will share how God turned tradgedy into victory. He has written a book entitled, Heaven Is Real: The Tony Davis story....... "Pastor Paula D. Johnson prophesied to me, back in 2002, that I would be writing a book.
At the time, I had no idea what the book would be about, when, or why, that is, until July 2003 when I was shot five times. Each bullet completely passed through my body, leaving ten bullet holes in my body.
That same night, I died. It was an experience that will be with me for the rest of my life.
Since that horrifying, terrible, and unbelievable incident, I have shared my experience with many people, Jews, Catholics, and even unbelievers and have seen them receive healing in one way or another within their minds, bodies, and spirits because of my testimony.
It is strange, to say the least, how such a horrific experience can turn into a blessing."
Leadership. It is a word that has less and less meaning in mainstream American society these days, and is often confused with "Management," which it is not. Leadership is the uncommon virtue and skillset which allows one person to convince and guide others towards a common goal. In no way a science, Leadership is nevertheless a craft and skill which does have elements which can be taught. This is particularly important in military organizations, where Leadership is often a life or death matter in combat. However, Leadership is also vital to the establishment and sustainment of chains of command, without which any military organization will collapse upon itself and be destroyed. And while Leadership is more of an art form than simply a set of rules to follow, defining it is often difficult. Therefore, one finds Leadership as a topic being discussed in professional military journals across the globe, in almost every written language. One such journal is the U.S. Naval Institute (USNI) Proceedings which, since 1883, has provided naval-minded individuals with a open forum to express ideas, opinions, and thoughts regarding a variety of topics, especially Leadership in the sea services.
To learn more how Leadership is defined, join best-selling author, historian, documentary filmmaker and host John D. Gresham (@greshamj01) for Military Monday (#MilitaryMonday on the Writestream Radio Network (@Writestream)) at 1 PM EDT. His guess this week is U.S. Naval Institute Press (@USNI_Books) editor Thomas J. Cutler, who is managing the creation of USNI's new "Wheel Book" series. One of these is Naval Leadership, edited by Cutler, a collection of Proceedings essays on the subject by a variety of well-known naval leaders.
Adrian Koesters holds an MFA in poetry from the Rainier Writing workshop at Pacific Lutheran University and a Ph.D. in fiction and poetry from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Her first book of poems, Many Parishes, was published by BrickHouse Books as part of their New Poets Series, and other work has appeared in Berkeley Review, The Gettysburg Review, Hotel Amerika, and elsewhere. She has been a poetry and fiction assistant editor at Prairie Schooner and fiction editor at A River and Sound Review. She taught writing at UNL and the Creighton University MFA program, and lives in Omaha, Nebraska. Web URL: www.adriankoesters.com
Koesters' Many Parishes is an original. The poems seem to smack the hard-ass contemporary world up against a deep spiritual sense, until we see they're one and the same. Adrian Koesters is able to write of men calling out to a ten-year old ''spinster'' to ''come on down, sweetheart, I got something over here to show you,'' and allow us to feel in her small, frightened heart the identical anguish of soul as in the nun who's ''divided from the principalities and goes in terror of them.'' These poems, like the nuns, ''take things personally.'' They're lyrical confessions of the deepest griefs--abuse, divorce, doubt, and loneliness. They provide absolution, and positively joy, in their skillful and lucid singing. --Fleda Brown, author of No Need of Sympathy
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