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Viki Winterton interviews Warren Honeycutt!
Warren Honeycutt is an expert in Weight Loss, Fitness and Nutrition who loves helping both men and women reach their fitness goals by teaching them to achieve Maximum Results in Minimum Time.
His greatest joy comes from helping people, young and old, change their bodies, minds, spirits and lives into what THEY want them to be!
At 61 years young, Warren enjoys perfect health without any prescription medications and a physique that is the envy of most 25 year olds.
As a teenager, Warren committed to a lifestyle of optimum nutrition and fitness and spreads his message with zeal at every opportunity.
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Ceddy J starts your week off with Hot After Dusk Mondays as they talk hot news, hot mess, and hot music. Special Guest, Photographer Emmett Dillard of 151 Proof Envy, shed some of his insight on how models can best approach photographers and vice versa. He also shares what he has up his sleeve for the rest of the year and his humble beginning in the industry abroad.
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Peter Paige became well known as his brilliant and hilarious performance as Emmett Honeycutt on Showtime's ground breaking series, "Queer as Folk," from 2000-2005. He current is the Creator and Executive Producer of ABC Family's "The Fosters." Peter joins us to look back on Queer as Folk as we continue to celebrate the show with having the cast on our show but also talk about The Fosters and what's next for him!
Healing Times Radio~Conversations with Extraordinary People, Host Dr. Emmett Miller
Today’s conversation features best-selling author, physician, and thought leader Rachel Remen M.D., whose work is changing doctors and medical schools throughout the world.“I first met Rachel in the early 1970s, when she visited Esalen Institute to experience the work we were doing to create a new kind of medicine–one that was holistic and that focused on self-healing and human potential,” reminisces Dr. Miller.In this conversation, you will hear how her “mind was blown,” and about her transformation from a typically rigid, emotionally closed, chief of a department at Stanford University Hospital to founder of “The Healer’s Art Curriculum.” This is a course that has enabled many thousands of physicians and other health professionals to transform their lives and deepen their sense of calling and service. It has been featured in US News & World Report in 2002 and 2005 and is presently taught in 60 medical schools here and 9 medical schools abroad
Listen, and discover more about the importance of being able to meet loss with presence, create real relationship between human beings (because, as Dr. Remen says, “medicine is an act of love”), and move beyond the “isolation of rank” to discover the “unity of service.” You will hear touching stories about physicians as they awakened from their slumber to discover the truth about healing and human relationship.
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Girl2Girl Talk would like to present the first of many, The Conversation Hour. In light of the recent, unjust death of Mike Brown, we speak about the identity of the black man in America. We look to answer, is this an issue of race? This is not the first time something like this has occured in our nation, and I truly believe that it will not be the last. Unless, certain measures are taken! On this show we look at the REAL problems and search for ways to solve them. Talking about the event itself will not do anything. From Emmett Till to Trayvon Martin, we have been doing something wrong, and change must happen on one end for it to take effect on the other. Join us as we take a leap toward change!
Michael Brown, an unarmed young black man in Ferguson, MO, was killed by a white police officer last week. The ensuing public outcry is showing no sign of abating. The community is demanding justice. Those in charge don't seem to know what to do.
From Emmett Till to Trayvon Martin to Sean Bell to Eric Garner to Michael Brown, this is an all too familiar scene in this country.
Join us and special guest Sharonda Allen for a discussion of the Michael Brown shooting and the aftermath - as the story continues to unfold - the devaluation of young black life in America and what we can do about it.
Please call 347-850-8445 to join the discussion.
Emmett D. Carson, Ph. D., is an international thought leader in the field of philanthropy. As founding CEO of Silicon Valley Community Foundation in 2006, he led the unprecedented merger of two of the largest community foundations in the world. Today, SVCF has over $4.7 billion under management, and Emmett oversees the community foundation’s work with donors and corporations, whose generous giving has made SVCF both the largest grantmaker to Bay Area nonprofit organizations and the largest international grantmaker among community foundations in the U.S.
Before this, Emmett had a distinguished 12-year career as CEO of The Minneapolis Foundation and, prior to that, oversaw the Ford Foundation’s U.S. and global grantmaking program on philanthropy and the nonprofit sector. Emmett has published more than 100 works on philanthropy and is an authority on issues of social justice, public accountability and African American giving. He is consistently recognized as one of the most influential nonprofit leaders in the U.S. and has honorary degrees from Indiana University, Morehouse College and The National Hispanic University. Emmett received both his master’s and Ph.D. degrees in public and international affairs from Princeton University and his bachelor’s degree in economics, Phi Beta Kappa, from Morehouse College.
This will be Part II of inappropiate behavior. In light of the numerous killings of Black youths this year alone, I want to address the generational cycle of Black (inappropiate behavior) when acts of violence and terrorism are carried out by the dominate races. Because they have made themselves Law and Enforcer and made it very clear to we and especially Black African American men that from the time they showed up that he/we would be their permanent enemies. Sometimes even I'm at a lost for words to describe why we refuse to see our relatiobship with those called white for what it truly is. We consistantly under react when murders against our people occurr and our counter strategies and responses to unquestionable economic injustices, torture, imprisonment ect.. is always met with what Dr. Claude Anderson defines as inappropiate behavior. So many of we have served in the US military and fought in American wars, we died for this countries false presentation of freedom and equality and yet when it is time for we to fight our own WAR of racially integrity and equality right here in America we yell, we riot, we march and light candles but after a few days we swallow our grief and our anger as if it was a Xtra large 7 Eleven slurpee and we go right back to the NORMAL life of being the despised and the oppressed. smdh I just don't get it. Some have described this condition as Stockholm Syndrome which to me is to soft and nice sounding for what is really WRONG with us. Join me as I play clips of some of the most aggregioous and heinous murders and deaths of young Black Americans that to date their deaths like, Emmett Till go with no hint of Justice in sight because we fail to offer the appropiate responses in the face of the inappropiate conduct of others.
"You may delay, but time will not." ~ Benjamin Franklin
Are you a chronic procrastinator? Do you often promise to do things but come up with every excuse possible as to why you never get around to them? Ever wonder what's at the root of why you do this?
That's what we're going to uncover today - the fears that fuel your habit procastination. Sometimes you only know what you keep doing; you just don't know why you keep doing it. Being unaware of your triggers can cost you time, money, and golden opportunities that may never come around again.
Ready to get off the bench and get in the game? Tune in and join us as we chat w/ our good friend, author, speaker, and recovering procrastinator herself, Rita Emmett. She's here to help you get good at getting things done!
Call in to 646-716-6910 or log on to chat with us LIVE during the broadcast.