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With the increase of entrepreneurship opportunities and ideas, there are still those of you who are stuck at the starting line of your business, You are attempting to be everything when in the beginning you only need to be one thing. Are you stuck because you are trying to be the divergent entrepreneur? Listen in to find out how to get focused on your niche and what holds entrepreneurs back.
We're reviewing "Divergent" this week directed by Neil Burger, starring Shailene Woodley, Theo James, and Kate Winslet (who needed to make a car payment this month). Tune in to find out if this first movie in the series is epically lame or worth every penny of its $80 million budget.
In a world divided by factions based on virtues, Tris learns she's Divergent and won't fit in. When she discovers a plot to destroy Divergents, Tris and the mysterious Four must find out what makes Divergents dangerous before it's too late.
We're heading back to Divergent, because technical difficulties threw us a loop last week. We'll be reviewing that one, and sharing interview clips with the stars.
We'll also be reviewing The Grand Budapest Hotel, and we think you're going to like it.
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THIS WEEK: TBI Divergent
A Divergent is one tending to be different or develop in different directions. Welcome to MyTBILIFE! Since acquiring your TBI, how many different directions have you discovered or developed? Are you still doing what you did before your brain injury or have you developed a new talent or skill? Has your employment opportunities changed? Have you discovered so many, you still haven't found your 'niche'? Join us tonight as we discuss some of the various changes a Brain Injury has not only on the recipient but the Family and Friends and how Together Everyone Achieves Miracles.
Tune in this week to add another perspective to your daily repertoire. If there is something in particular you would like to hear Kevin discuss, join us on Fridays and share in the chat room with the "Marvelous Maggie" (Kevin's 24/7 Partner and Professional Care Assistant)
In this episode Maria, Erin, and Micaela will be discussing the differences between the following books and movies: The Hunger Games, Harry Potter, and Divergent. We will share our opinions and talk about the rivarly between books and their coutnerpart movies. Which do you prefer?
DIVERgent committee members discuss the goals and importnce of inclusion within feminism and where women in the disability community fit in.
Mission statement: DIVERgent works to change how disabled women are commonly perceived within society while challenging the myths of our inferiority, both as women and as disabled people. We explore the interactions between sexism and ableism within both disabled and nondisabled communities. We seek to offer perspectives on gender and disability by emphasizing non-traditional femininity and non-traditional feminism.
Today we will discuss visual effects and the process for previs artist/character animator Josh Lange. His credits include Marvel's The Avengers, Divergent, Godzilla, X-Men Days of Future Past and a few upcoming blockbusters.
On a very special episode of Cinema Royale, Jason Bateman calls in to talk about his raunchy, R-rated directorial debut, Bad Words.
Does Shailene Woodley and Divergent have what it takes to join The Hunger Games as the next great YA adaptation? We'll take a look at the futuristic action film and what it means for Woodley, Kate Winslet, and the rest of the phenomenal cast. Plus, we'll join Kermit, Miss Piggy, Tina Fey, and the rest of the gang for Muppets Most Wanted!
All this plus the latest news, DVD releases, and more!
On this week's ScreenPicks Movie Show, we review five new films. They include: Divergent, Muppets Most Wanted, Nymphomanic: Volume I, Rob the Mob, and Jodorowsky's Dune.
Our news cycle is pretty much a 24 hour thing. Before you wake up Doug Beatty takes another look at the headlines early in the morning before the next cycle kicks in to give you another perspective on the news you heard before bedtime. Intended as on demand listening on the go.
Russian non verbal communication and Chinese performace art along with other trends of Friday October 2, 2015.
Independent, irreverent, and unafraid. Listen up becuase it's been a while since you had it #douggiestyle.
Rev. John Gilmore – “The impact of ministry on community” John will discuss the ever changing face of spirituality in America and the how that we have to address the divergent groups, families, and interest of those who are attending our churches, centers, mosques and temples.
In this meta-writing hour, author and fellow New School alum Scott Alexander Hess, dissects his use and balance of language to create scene and character in his latest book, a historical novel, The Butcher’s Son (a literary fiction hell-of-a-work if I do say so mahself.)
The author of three books, Hess masters juxtaposing elements of nature to “aggravate and propel things that are already happening” in the plot.
The novel, set in 1930s in New York City, gains its viscosity from something Hess calls “method writing” as well as immersion research. “When I’m writing a book, I basically live in a world,” Hess says. “So for a year and a half, I’m living in the 30s.”
For a day and half, the time it took me to read The Butcher’s Son, I too lived in the 30s in a Hell's Kitchen tenement with three brothers taking divergent paths that eventually lead Hess right onto my bookshelf of “writers I want to be when I grow up.”
But in the words of the first book reviewer I ever knew, “Don’t take my word for it.”
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