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It's October of 1993 in Hawaii. A drunk driver hurtles toward a bend in the road. From the opposite direction, accomplished advertising creative and triathlete Phil Slott takes a routine drive. As he eases into the bend, he meets the drunk driver skidding into the wrong lane and, in one second, Phil's life takes a dramatic turn. As he struggles to stay alive in the ICU, Phil's organs, bones, and much of his brain are broken. What he and everyone else come to realize is that his creative drive and passion remain intact. And these abilities serve as the foundation for his arduous yet inspiring road to recovery. This is more than his story. Written in collaboration with his wife, Mary Spears, Damage Control: A Brain Injury Survivor Helps You Beat the Odds, is a tough-love conversation and guide for those who have survived a traumatic brain injury (TBI). It is intended to help other survivors regain hope and quality of life. Available on AMAZON more info: http:// www.philslott.com. Welcome to another episode the Brain Injury Round Table. I am your host, Constance Miller, brain injury survivor of 32 years; author of the original brain injury owner's manual entitled From The Ashes. This innovative guidebook was featured on Super Bowl XXXIV. Miller is Managing Director of Brain Injury Resource Center, located on the Internet at http://www.headinjury.com. Also joining us is Tai Campbell, my invaluable contributor tireless community activist, and founder of Taken Back Our Community (TBOC) http://www.tbocnow.org. He is the survivor of an incredible history of childhood brain injuries. I'd like to thank: all our listeners for bringing our voices, to your home, or your mobile device wherever you are around the world. Additionally, I’d like to give a big thank you to this show’s sponsors: Martha Marcum, mother of a brain injury survivor and author of MARTHA'S FABLES and Gordon Johnson, attorney of http://www.TBILaw.com
On this week's program, Doug and Brent welcome two guests to the program as part of an hour-long discussion of private exchanges and their impact on the employee benefits landscape.
The first guest will be Jim O'Connor, president of employee benefits at CBIZ. In this segment, Jim and the hosts will discuss how private exchanges have developed with time and their current and potential impact on the health care market. Jim will discuss trends he sees in the employee benefits space and the role that private exchanges will have in this space -- especially among small and mid-sized businesses. Jim and the hosts will also discuss the ultimate impact of private exchanges on employers’ bottom lines.
For the second segment, starting at 11:30 a.m. (ET), the hosts will welcome Alan Cohen, chief strategy officer and co-founder of Liazon, to the program. This conversation will quench listeners' thirst for learning about private exchanges from their onset in 2007. As one of the earliest leaders in the private exchange market, Alan Cohen will provide an enlightening overview of the early lessons learned from running and operating a private exchange and offer insights to those who want to learn more about embarking on a private exchange implementation.
The decision by the NBC television network to suspend superstar news anchor Brian Williams for six months without pay has prompted a closer look at the US network news culture, and the very future of the TV news business.
Today, Betsy West teaches journalism at the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism in New York. It’s a gentle and prestigious place for aspiring young reporters. But after 30 years as a top-level producer, reporter and documentarian for ABC, CBS and PBS, this 21 time Emmy award winner is intimately familiar with the rough and tumble stratosphere of an industry whose most trusted public face until last week may have been Brian Williams.
West was a CBS senior vice president in 2005 when iconic news anchor Dan Rather was forced out for getting a story wrong. She says those past controversies differ in one significant way with the digital age outcry over Brian Williams’ public “misremembering.”
Down & Dirty After Dark is an adult sex talk show. We talk about love, sex and relationships from all walks of life. No topic is off limits here on Down & Dirty After Dark.
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One of the biggest annoyances overweight people face when they go to their primary care physician is being told to lose weight. And the easy answer for these doctors is to tell you “Don’t eat any carbs”. By now you probably realize that this advice just doesn’t work, which is why you are still battling with your weight, trying diet after diet and getting nowhere fast.
In this episode of Reclaiming Space, Tracy interviews Bonnie R. Giller, a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist and Certified Intuitive Eating Counselor. If it's time for you to get off the dieting rollercoaster, be sure to join us for this episode!
Bonnie is a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist and Certified Intuitive Eating Counselor and has her Master of Science in Clinical Nutrition. She has worked in medical nutrition therapy and counseling for over 26 years.
Bonnie is very passionate about helping her clients regain the trust in themselves and their bodies so they can shift away from a diet mentality and learn to listen to their inner hunger signals. She is known for providing caring support and motivation as her clients reacquaint themselves with their inner wisdom. Get a copy of Bonnie’s Free e-Book, “5 Steps to a Body You Love without Dieting” at www.DietFreeZone.com
Tracy K. Pierce is a Clutter Coach, Holistic Organizer, and the creator of the Reclaiming Space course series. She works with people ready to embark upon a quest of self discovery driven by the desire for Truth. By exploring and releasing clutter as a primary mode of transformation, Tracy guides clients to reclaim space for what matters most. Learn more at www.SynergyOrganizing.com.
Internationally renound Psychic Medium and Intuitive Life Coach, Kelly Callaghan has read for thousands of individuals world-wide. From celebrities and member of government, to everyday folks working their way through life! As a gifted medium, Kelly is able to channel loved ones who have crossed over and offers psychic readings to callers.
Relied upon for her amazing accuracy and insight, Kelly enjoys a successful private practice helping clients by combining her gifts as a Psychic Medium, Intuitive Life Coach, and Reiki practitioner. In addition to this, Kelly holds a degree in Metaphysical Sciences.
Join the show and have a reading live on the air! You can also find Kelly at her website: www.KellyCallaghan.com
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Your heard him last Friday @TheTurnTable about his music & anti bullying. Hear 'Up Close & Personal' today from ChoirBoi Cam, his mother Bishop Sharon Owens-Hunter about their Reality Family TV show premiering Tuesday, March 3 "More Than Music". Plus, anti-bullying 'Stop bullying Now Movement' (SbNM) FAMILY Forum and Concert Series coming up May 16-17, 2015 at North Central Univ (Mpls, MN). Cohost celeb style commentator Kimberly Steward of KS Styling Team with the GMSbuzz™. All today on the Business of Friday Feelin it! @ The TurnTable.
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Have you recently had friends, co-workers, or strangers suddenly get pissed off at you for what seemed like no reason at all? Maybe you told yourself that they were overreacting or being too sensitive, or that they had no right to be angry when you clearly didn't mean to do whatever you did (and in fact aren't even sure what it was). If you're a socially inept type like me, I bet you've had this happen within the last month.
or those of us who aren't great with people, we figure that silence is always the safest bet. If you're an introvert, you spend so much of your time wishing that other people would just shut the hell up that you figure you're doing everyone a favor. So, you run into a co-worker at the mall and think it's better to pass by in silence than do an awkward stop-and-chat that you'd probably screw up anyway.
Then, after you pass by this person, you hear them in the aisle behind you mutter, "Asshole."
So What's the Problem?
This is literally the most frequent social mistake I see in my day to day. You didn't 're confused because, well, who would ever assume that silence is an insult?
If you're confused, think of it this way: respond to the party invitation. You didn't reply to their funny text with a smiley. You didn't wish them a happy birthday. Now they're bitter and youIf you apply for a job, which is worse -- a rejection letter, or no reply at all? The former is bad, but the latter is dismissive, and that's a thousand times worse. (Note: By far the angriest reaction I get to hate mail is when I don't reply at all.) That's how some people take your failure to speak to them -- like you didn't even open their resume before tossing it in the trash.
Good morning, good morning, GOOD morning!!! Happy Friday, ya'lls. Man, oh, man, you know it's been one "heaven" of a week, but it's o.v.e.r. for some of us. Anywho, as I lay in the bed, just after waking up, and thanking God for another day, the words, "just start somewhere," entered my head. I'm like, okay, is that the topic of today? Why not, sounds good to me. So today's topic is, JUST START SOMEWHERE. A lot of times, we have ideas of things we want to do, things we might want to stop doing, but don't know how to get to a starting point. Well, starting something, begins in the mind, so make up your mind, that you want to start somewhere, on a particular journey. Put one "foot" in front of the other, and go. Perhaps you don't know where to go, how to go, but trust, there are others who've gone before you. Seek someone out, a mentor, someone who has already been there, done that. That's a great starting point, but whatever you decide to do, JUST START SOMEWHERE, so that there CAN be an end to your journey. Please don't hesitate to drop me an email or a love offering at firstname.lastname@example.org, using http://www.paypal.com, or perhaps you need my services, which can be acquired by visitng my business website, http://theredhawk1967.wix.com/stwrhtheshow. Thanks in advance for any outreach you decide to do
On Friday, February 27, 2015 joining Tony on The Voice of the People is:
David Hecker, President of the American Federation of Teachers joins Tony to discuss Federal regulations for education that will NOT increase positive outcomes and may in fact take us back.
Super Detroit activist/advocate for We the People of Detroit, Monica Lewis Patrick
is back! After a cell phone melt down just as we were getting to the good stuff yesterday we were left hanging. So, Monica is back to finish one conversation and start many more.
Mothering Justice’s Danielle Atkinson weights in on paid sick leave and how it’s time we join the rest of the civilized world in nurturing our greatest assets: Moms. Motherhood vs. work.
Ray Holman, with UAW Local 6000 on the Department of Human Services awareness campaign of their workload, the challenges that presents, and how way too many in need are being left behind, on purpose.
Conservative columnist with the Detroit News, Dan Calabrese, joins Tony from sunny Florida to talk Detroit Tigers, Gun Boards and Community benefits. Will he and Tony battle this week? Tune in to find out.
Marcia Lynn Lipsett, a consummate advocate for special Education, comes to the show with a message and results of what happens when you dedicate yourself to an issue that would have otherwise been ignored and how the involvement of many, including a surprise ally.
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This installment of Core Wellness Radio, we're joined by Dr. E and the ladies from local sex therapy office, Sexual Health Consultants, Dr. Melanie Modjoros and Jenna Benyounes Ulrich, RN, to discuss painful intercourse after childbirth. We'll talk why it happens, hormones that come into play, what can be done to help this personal situation, who is affected, and more. Listen only mode!
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