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Tune in tomorrow morning at 8am on Power Talk with Apollos while this generation's teenagers speak out about these 3 dynamics of being a teenager - bullying, excelling, and peer pressure. Find out what we're missing and what we can do to change this generation. Go to www.apollosnation.com and click on Listen Live!
Join Ms. Reason this evening with featured guest author Todd Brockdorf is the #1 best-selling Author of Better than Average: Excelling in a Mediocre World, a frequent speaker, and business consultant influencing a global conversation to end mediocrity now. Todd’s varied background helps him bring practical field knowledge to those whom he serves. He works with organizations, leaders, and frustrated business professionals to help them stand out from the crowd.
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Join Ms. Reason this evening with featured guest author Todd Brockdorf is the #1 best-selling Author of Better than Average: Excelling in a Mediocre World, a frequent speaker, and business consultant influencing a global conversation to end mediocrity now. Todd's varied background helps him bring practical field knowledge to those whom he serves. He works with organizations, leaders, and frustrated business professionals to help them stand out from the crowd. Contact Info: Chat by phone – 734.678.6068. Send a text – 734.678.6068. Shoot me an email – firstname.lastname@example.org. Facebook me – www.facebook.com/toddbrockdorf. Follow me on Twitter – http://www.twitter.com/BetterThanAV. Connect on LinkedIn – www.linkedin.com/in/toddbrockdorf. Connect on Google+ – Todd Brockdorf Send snail mail – 5576 Apple Ridge Trl Ste. 202 / West Bloomfield, MI 48322.
Reginald T. Dorsey
American Film and Television Actor/Filmmaker Reginald T. Dorsey was born and raised in Dallas, Texas until he was 10 years old. His family then moved to San Jose, California where he was an outstanding student and High School athlete, excelling in football and track. The quest for him to act proved to be more powerful though than his athletic dreams. After attending an open call with his mother back in Dallas for extra work in the film "Book Of Numbers," Filmmaker Raymond St.Jacques spotted the young 13 year old and wrote a lead part in the film for him.
The rest is history as they say and at 16 years old he left home for Hollywood to pursue his calling as an actor and filmmaker. Now a veteran in the film and t.v. business his respect and passion for his craft is even greater after many years of sacrifice and dedication. His credits are extensive, "MIRACLE OF THE HEART; A BOYS TOWN STORY," "21 JUMP ST.," "BOOKER," "RETURN TO LONESOME DOVE," Critically Acclaimed "SOUTH CENTRAL," "THE CHEROKEE KID" and The Award Winning "KINGS OF THE EVENING," which he also Produced are just a few from his body of work.
Shocking images out of a classroom in Jacksonville, Florida illustrate how 11-12 year olds in 6th grade are being taught how to use strap-on dildos amidst a debate about Common Core sex education standards which have been attacked by some as ographic.
The pictures were taken by a student with a cellphone camera. They show a teacher demonstrating how to use a strap-on sex toy in a number of different positions.
In one image, the teacher even shows how to insert the strap-on while her buttocks are in the air and her legs up over her head.
In another image, the woman shows the children how to wear a harness to which the strap-on is attached.
Clinton Middle School in Duval County hired 39-year-old Sharon Mercer to teach the sex education class but after the photos emerged she was suspended and the school refused further comment. Mercer claimed her suspension was an act of “bigotry” because she was a “proud member of the LGBTQ community.”
Newly implemented Common Core educational standards have been assailed for their attempt to create a lowest common denominator form of teaching which many assert only works to dumb down lessons and prevent smart students from excelling, but these images give a glimpse into an even darker side to the federally mandated rules.Common Core Article Plus HeadLines. Salute Women in business. MVP Core Elegance Productsn Call in ler's ralk about this. (646)-595-3032
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THIS WEEK'S MESSAGE: The “isms” most common in American daily dialogue include sexism, racism, individualism and cynicism. However, there are over 200 different “isms.” Each term and its associated thoughts and actions represent a philosophical, political or moral doctrine or a belief system. In the United States today, our society’s philosophies, politics and belief systems vary in many ways and for many reasons. Some positions taken are viewed as essential to our country’s democracy. Most are honesty embraced by passionate believers. However, they all have at least one thing in common. They generally find a way to discriminate, in some form, against other Americans. Americans who, in spite of the realities, must also strive to live a full life. How have Americans historically succeeded and excelled against such odds?
Matthew C. Whitaker, Ph.D. is currently ASU Foundation Professor of History and the founding director of the Center for the Study of Race and Democracy. He holds a BA in sociology and a BA in history from Arizona State University and a Ph.D. in history from Michigan State University. He specializes in U.S. history, African American history and life, civil rights, race relations, social movements, sports and society, and the American West. He is also the owner and CEO of The Whitaker Group, LLC, a human relations, cultural competency, and diversity consulting firm. He is the author of a new book titled, “Peace Be Still: Modern Black America from World War II to Barack Obama.”
'The BEST is YET to Come' ~ Powered by The Career Engineer (TCE) - www.tcenow.com
Lets Welcome to the show ~ Nikki Woods, CEO of Nikki Woods Media, Best Selling author, Senior Producer of The Tom Joyner Morning Show
Ms. Woods will a speaker at the The TCE Career & Business Summit on October 11th.
Multi-media personality, National Best Selling Author, Social Media and Personal Branding Coach, Motivational Speaker and Voice-over artist, NIKKI WOODS is the CEO of Nikki Woods Media where she utilizes her highly specialized skills in social media, content marketing and platform building to serve her clients.
Nikki is also the senior producer of the Tom Joyner Morning Show, the most successful syndicated urban radio show in history reaching more than 8 million people on a daily basis.
As a highly sought after keynote speaker who’s earned the title of Global Visibility Expert, Nikki continues to reach millions and growing using multi media to empower and train audiences with messages and methods for excelling in business, marketing and personal growth.
Nikki currently serves as an OWN ambassador, as well as an ambassador for Pretty Brown Girl Inc. She is also the author of “Easier Said than Done”.
Connect with Ms. Woods at: Facebook ~ Twitter
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Todd Brockdorf is the #1 best-selling author of Better than Average: Excelling in a Mediocre World.
He is a frequent speaker leading programs and training for corporations, associations, and colleges and universities who want to be Better than Average in order to stand out from the crowd.
He has been nominated for Crain's Business 40 Under 40 and his book has been nominated for the Global Ebook Awards.
Todd has served in leadership positions in worldwide non-profits, sales engineering at a major global telecommunications company, and regularly consults with small businesses on technology. This varied background helps him bring practical field knowledge to organizations, leaders, and frustrated business professionals to stand out from the crowd.
Contact Information www.toddbrockdorf.
Join digitalundivided for a fun talk about tech in "the hood." Hear digitalundivided partner, Darlene Gillard with chat Pam Perry about the "digital divide." Is it a myth? Is it real? Do certain cities lag when it comes to technology and social media usage?
Darlene Gillard and Kathryn Finney are the "tech superstars" who are also hosting numerous community "tech talk" events. One event they will sit down with MC Hammer & others in Detroit at Cass Tech to chat about technology, tech ideas from urban communities, and the future of entrepreneurship in the black community. Get the details for this free event at: Detroit Event
digitalundivided is a social enterprise excelling at getting the urban community in the tech space! DID's forward-thinking initiatives increase the active participation of the urban community, especially women, in the digital space.
Fantastic Frank interviews Lorie Tensen about overcoming her disability and excelling.
Fantastic Frank, born Frank R. Johnson, is the epitome of perseverance. As a young man, he was a successful chemical engineer and entrepreneur. One day while he was at the height of enjoying success, everything changed irreversibly when he was trapped in a fire, brought out in a body bag and his life changed forever. As a result, he incurred a Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI). It was necessary for him to re-learn everything; including how to walk and talk. Now he is motivated to inspire millions.
Every day Frank meets his challenges, and is fueled with a passion to help others with his engaging, creative manner which is awe inspiring to everyone he meets.
Some of Fantastic Frank’s significant accomplishments consist of publishing a comic book, “The Young Explorers ©” and as a motivational speaker, he captivates and touches audiences like no other. Frank is an internationally published author and the host of two BlogTalkRadio shows and he will show you how to overcome ANY obstacle.
Frank touches many people’s lives daily – let him touch yours.
Visit his website at fantasticfrankjohnson.com
And Still We Rise A Book By Miles Corwin.
July 16, 2014 at 1:05pm
Chapter 1 - Sadikifu - Tell Me Why
I. Tell Me Why is a Poem written by Sadi about his family, his neighborhood, and plight of black people in America
A. Sadi won first prize in the original poetry category at the city speech championship
B. Sadi has recited his poem for classes and assemblies
C. He is accepted by the gifted students - even the gangbangers like him due to his poetry
D. Sadi joined Speech Club because he felt like an outsider - He gravitated to the poetry competitions
E. Sadi was lonely outside of the gifted program
F. When he tried to articulate his opinions the other students shouted, "Stop trying to act White"
G. Sadi once felt like a traitor for excelling in school
II. Home Life for Sadi
A. He lived in a 3 story apartment building with welfare families
B. The community was filled with Gang Graffiti
C. There were abandoned businesses in his neighborhood
D. Sadi dislike his father for leaving his mother
E. Sadi Rebel at School in the Early years
III. Sadi did consort with gang members
A. He instigated a fight between his tagging crew and a rival set
B. Sadi lost his best friend to gun violence
C. Sadi witnessed gun fights
D. Sadi was arrested for consorting with gang member
E. Sadi joined the Front Hood 60's
F. When Sadi was young he joined a tagging crew
IV. Sadi did experience high and lows with School
A. Sadi was expelled for insigating a fight
Mollyn Duwelee Jarbo is a student at Wilmington University with a degree in Behavior science and child advocacy. As the reigning Miss Liberia USA, her platform is self-empowerment: mentoring children who are the future stars of Africa; by advocating and teaching the importance of being Self-Educated, Self-Motivated and having Self-Confidence which she believe are the keys to success. She believe in order to rebuild Liberia we must first start mentoring the Youth of Liberia, because they are the future of the country. She has already join the fight for advocating for the youth and also being part of the rebuilding process of Liberia by starting her own non-profit organization Rise for Africa Inc., non-profit organization which primary goal is to provide aid to abuse, underprivileged , and orphans in Africa, starting with the Republic of Liberia.
Her reign as Miss Liberia USA has been filled with Adventures. From having meetings with ambassadors, mayors and government officials to helping raise money for Various nonprofit organization who focus are on rebuilding Liberia. There was never a dull moment as Miss Liberia USA. She spend her year advocating for Self-Empowerment, and speaking to the youth about the importance of not letting society, life Obstacles and their short coming in life stop them from excelling.
She's been raising money, for scholarship funds for the youth in Liberia, also sending school supplies and every day basic needs to Liberia. These days I'm focus on my nonprofit "Rise for Africa" and lunching her Campaign" "Operation save the children, save the future of Liberia". She will also be representing Liberia at the Miss Africa USA Pageant. which is working hard to bring the title Miss Africa USA and the crown to Liberia.