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  • 00:44

    DOCTOR: Heal Yourself and Thrive - Interview with Author Mark J. Tager, MD

    in Health

    If you’ve wondered why our system of care is so expensive. Or why are we so sick, obese, tired, and taking so many prescription medications, then we first have to examine the ecosystem that gives life to many of our ills.


    In this interview we will speak with Mark J. Tager, MD author of numerous book including his latest TOTAL ENGAGEMENT: The Healthcare Practitioner’s Guide to Heal Yourself, Your Patients and Your Practice.


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    Mark J. Tager, MD is CEO of ChangeWell Inc. and an accomplished author, speaker and consultant, he brings a unique mix of wellness, resilience and leadership to his work with individuals and organizations.

  • 00:35

    30 Life Lessons You Must Learn (Part 9)

    in Real Estate

    Life teaches all of us valuable lessons - but many of those lessons are the painful, expensive variety you don't want to learn firsthand! Today we're continuing our discussion of 30 crucial life lessons you can learn from our experience, and from the experience of thousands of agents we've coached over the years.



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  • 01:02

    Norm Blumenthal, Marla Williams , Perry Marshall

    in Business

    Norm Blumenthal attorney for workers and consumers. Selected as the one of the Top Attorneys in Southern California. Regular contributor on Money For Lunch


    Marla Williams life, career and business coach.  She is a pioneering visionary who has experienced tremendous success as a key leader in helping create a culture that grew a $12-million-dollar company into a $2.3-billion-dollar global corporation which sold to a Fortune 500.  She intuitively knew she was meant to do more in this world and went on to create her own legacy by building her own successful coaching business 


    Perry Marshall is one of the world’s most expensive and sought-after business consultants. Clients seek him for his capacity to integrate many disparate fields: engineering, biology, chaos theory, mathematics, physics, art and psychology.He has launched two online revolutions. He applied the 80/20 Principle to more facets of business than any other author, being the first to expand on 80/20 as an infinite fractal law of nature. 80/20 is the central lever for nearly every profitable strategy in sales, marketing and business


    For more information go to MoneyForLunch.com.
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  • 00:31

    Valentines Day On the Cheap

    in Finance

    Hey Family. Happy Early Valentines Day. I know it's Feb 14th but we are doing it early. Today I am talking about ways we can say I love you The Cheap Cheetah Way. Valentines day is a romantic and loving kinda day. One that makes you remember why you love the people you do. But it's not a expensive day like the retailers want to you think it is. Not if you do it my way. Let's talk to about Valentine on the Cheap. Join me and share your Valentines Day Money Stories


    www.cheapcheetah.com


     

  • 01:32

    Tissue In The Tape Podcast: Ep 93: An (Entitled) Project feat. Torae

    in Hip Hop Music

    Check out Episode 93 of the Tissue In The Tape Podcast. We had the privlege of chopping game with Coney Island's own Torae. We spoke about his new LP Entitled, his start in rap, hosting the TorGuide on SiriusXM, his musical influences and many more subjects. So, relax and take notes, it's The Tape. Respect Heatholderz. #tissueinthetape #hiphop365 #warroomsports

  • 00:45

    O2 Breakthrough™ *Power #Perfect10in10™ Training Minutes a Day

    in Health

    *My clients burn 7,000 calories 1st minute~END PAIN in 30 seconds? How? Why? Scientific Studies show 21 times more weight loss than all other exercises. World renowned research scientists explain why these O2 Breakthrough™ unique exercises feel fantastic & are the SOLE SOURCE of a "HURRICANE of OXYGEN" building 6 times more lean tissue, muscle mass than all exercises including weight training as documented in comparative research revealed via press releases. *Archives back to 10/ 08 REVEAL RECORD RESULTS for many~now *YOU*~FINALLY find out how we do *O2*Breakthrough™ miracles for clients and *YOU* too! *Only MINUTES a day *FOR *YOU: A #Perfect10in10™{TM}POWER*Perfect 10™{TM}™ Telephone Training Techniques *O2 Secrets shared for 24/7 available peak performance conditioning. Your perfectly chiseled face and body are only a short time away, only weeks! ANTI-AGE YOU*for best health for your *YOUNGEST, YUMMIEST YOU YET! You'll love how young you look and FEEL!!

  • 00:41

    ReDo: The Healing Power of Sound! Part 2

    in Health

    There were Technical difficulties with the show for an hour ago. so let's do over.


    How Does Sound Heal? How does this work? How does sound make for the mending of bones, the softening and soothing of broken hearts, the nearly instant increase in auto-immunity?


    According to some experts, it is the vibration itself. The simplest example of this principle is the use of sonic vibrations (like what is used in the generation of sonograms) to heal soft-tissue injuries. This is now a common occurrence in vocational rehabilitation.


    Frequency healing, as it is called, has been studied intensely and broken down Hz by Hz. Every frequency “range” has a specific, non-random effect. For instance, 1.0 Hz impacts the pituitary, stimulating the production of growth hormones, while 111 Hz will increase beta endorphins and stimulate cell regeneration.


    For some people, music (whether that is the strain of a violin or the crash of the ocean’s waves) is as vital and necessary as breathing. 1 woman’s chronic nausea from cancer treatment was only alleviated when she listened to classical music.


    Yet another client who recently lost her son claims she can only get through her day by playing old records of Peter Pan, which she used to play for him.


    We feel music in our hearts just as we hear words in our cells: Who hasn’t felt the electricity of driving down the road at a normal clip only to find himself cruising at 85 mph when the Allman Brothers came on the radio or felt hopeful and young when she heard the words to an old song that reminded her of that perfect summer and her first boyfriend?


    We all seem to instinctively know and respect their impacts on us. We know it in our bones, in the beating of our hearts, and in the tapping of our feet. And if the research is correct, we know it far before we even have the words to say so.

  • 02:23

    Mizfit Radio

    in Entertainment

    Join the Mizfits as they tackle all the mishaps of wrestler unstoppable .. Bring your tissue someone will leave crying ... 

  • 00:02

    The Healing Power of Sound! Part 2

    in Health

    How Does Sound Heal? How does this work? How does sound make for the mending of bones, the softening and soothing of broken hearts, the nearly instant increase in auto-immunity?


    According to some experts, it is the vibration itself. The simplest example of this principle is the use of sonic vibrations (like what is used in the generation of sonograms) to heal soft-tissue injuries. This is now a common occurrence in vocational rehabilitation.


    Frequency healing, as it is called, has been studied intensely and broken down Hz by Hz. Every frequency “range” has a specific, non-random effect. For instance, 1.0 Hz impacts the pituitary, stimulating the production of growth hormones, while 111 Hz will increase beta endorphins and stimulate cell regeneration.


    For some people, music (whether that is the strain of a violin or the crash of the ocean’s waves) is as vital and necessary as breathing. 1 woman’s chronic nausea from cancer treatment was only alleviated when she listened to classical music.


    Yet another client who recently lost her son claims she can only get through her day by playing old records of Peter Pan, which she used to play for him.


    We feel music in our hearts just as we hear words in our cells: Who hasn’t felt the electricity of driving down the road at a normal clip only to find himself cruising at 85 mph when the Allman Brothers came on the radio or felt hopeful and young when she heard the words to an old song that reminded her of that perfect summer and her first boyfriend?


    We all seem to instinctively know and respect their impacts on us. We know it in our bones, in the beating of our hearts, and in the tapping of our feet. And if the research is correct, we know it far before we even have the words to say so.


    Tune in Friday the 29th of Jan at 11pm Eastern - 8 pm Pacific ... to find out More!


     


     

  • 01:03

    The Man In The Mirror's Pre-Valentines Show

    in Christianity

    Valentine's Day is fast approaching,it feels as if we just got over Christmas, spent a lot of money, going back to work to pay that dept. off, and then a month and a half later there's Valentine's.Go figure, then what happens, we spend more money to get that special someone, if you have a special someone, something special for Valentia’s Day. Valentines is the day of love, so we say, do you know that many people break up before Valentine's even gets here.Valentines, is the most expensive holiday of the year, and why is that? Well let's just take a peek and see what's really going on with Valentines,  


    The history of Valentine’s Day,and the story of its patron saint–is shrouded in mystery.We do know that February has long been celebrated as a month of romance, and that St. Valentine’s Day, as we know it today, contains vestiges of both Christian and ancient Roman tradition.But who was Saint Valentine, and how did he become associated with this ancient rite?


    While some believe that Valentine’s Day is celebrated in the middle of February to commemorate the anniversary of Valentine’s death or burial–which probably occurred around A.D. 270–others claim that the Christian church may have decided to place St. Valentine’s feast day in the middle of February in an effort to “Christianize” the pagan celebration of Lupercalia.Celebrated at the ides of February, or February 15, Lupercalia was a fertility festival dedicated to Faunus, the Roman god of agriculture, as well as to the Roman founders Romulus and Remus.


    Join me Hezekiah L. Montgomery Host of The Man In The Mirror, and guest Co-Host Kimmarie Price as we do our Pre-Valentines show which airs on February 12, 2016. We're prepping you something special as we take a sneak peek about Valentines and Love, what’s love got to do with it?!!


     


     

  • 01:00

    Attorney Stuart Gartner on Divorce and the Battlefield of Love

    in Family

    How do you counsel emotional people through the landmines of separation and divorce? Join us as attorney Stuart Gartner talks about divorce, mediation, litigation, and the battlefields of love.


    STUART F. GARTNER has represented high net worth individuals in matrimonial matters and closely held corporations in commercial matters over a distinguished career. His extensive business experience has enabled him to address the most critical nature of a matrimonial or corporate dispute, with a highly practical and direct legal approach. He has tried both jury and non-jury matters in State and Federal Courts, but if possible, he seeks in an appropriate case to resolve a matter without the need for expensive and time consuming litigation. 

    In addition thereto, he represents individuals in matters concerning divorce, equitable distribution, custody, child support, counsel fees, post-nuptial agreements, as well as shareholder, partner and member business disputes. 

    Mr. Gartner’s reputation for ethical standards and professional ability has earned him the highest rating AV® Preeminent™ Peer Review Rated SM by Martindale Hubbell®. 

    Stuart studied law at SUNY Buffalo School of Law, where he received a Tuition Fellowship and received his J.D. Soon thereafter, he was admitted to the New York Bar and to the U.S. District Court Southern District of New York. He is a Member of the N.Y. State Bar Association; the N.Y. State Trial Lawyers Association; the American Trial Lawyers Association, Counsel Kingsbridge Riverdale-Marble Hill Food and Hunger Project.