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Anita M. Johnson is the CEO and Founder of G.E.A.R Life Motivations LME, LLC., INC. She is a Christian Coach which empoweres men and women for Success. She will on the show to inspire and impact women for Christian and Inspiratoinal Success. Diane Winbush will be your host for the broadcast. To learn more about us, go to www.boldwomenoffaith.com
Welcome to the Women of Golf Show!
This week Cindy & I speak with Pat Roque, The Business Boomer & Carolyn Sammarro - Co-founder of Bskinz.com and expert on “Your Power in Color”
Here's a little about Pat:
An award-winning marketer, keynote speaker and transformation coach, Pat Roque knows how to make business BOOM on and off the golf course. She teaches golf marketers and business professionals how to attract and engage their ideal clients. She’s a master connector and teaches systems to transform your life and grow your business NOW!
and about Carolyn:
Carolyn Sammarro is the co-founder of B-Skinz (est. 2007), a women's activewear manufacturer with a showroom located in Boonton, N.J. Carolyn is a member of the Rockaway River Country Club in NJ and appreciates the needs of busy women who desire flexible fashions that make them feel great both on and off the golf course. The company specializes in travel-friendly collections and produces everything here in the U.S.A.
Join Cindy & I Tuesday morning from 9-10AM Eastern www.blogtalkradio.com/womenofgolf
Join Stacy Darlene Monday Night, November 30, 2015 as she interviews Personal Fitness Trainer Dylan Berg! This is going to be a great show!
Mondays at 4 pm PST/ 7 pm EST join Steve Kim and Gabriel Montoya for The Next Round on the LeaveItIntheRingradio.com Network.
This week, The TNR crew review the Heayweight title Upset Special that was Tyson Fury's victory over Wladimir Klitschko, preview Danny Jacobs vs Peter Quillen, go over news and notes and as always, take you calls.
And as always, the TNR crew take your calls and questions at 347-215-7598 or via twitter @SteveUCLive or @Gabriel_Montoya.
Tweet questions live to @SteveUCNLive and @Gabriel_Montoya. Call in with questions at 347-215-7598. Or download the LIITR Boxing app to listen on your mobile device. For post-show listening, download Leave It In The Ring on itunes. Help us out by subscribing to our show and giving us a review on itunes.
It's a big boxing weekend worldwide, and ONTHEGRiND BOXiNG is here to wrap it up. Wladimir Klitschko puts all his heavyweight gold on the line against Tyson Fury in Düsseldorf. James DeGale takes a trip to Quebec to defend his IBF World Super Middleweight Championship against former champion Lucian Bute. Isaac Chilemba Errol Spence, Erislandy Lara and Jermall Charlo all saw action this weekend as well. Get up to date ONTHEGRiND.
The Pound4Pound Kings of Boxing Broadcast Journalism. ONTHEGRiND BOXiNG is the world's number 1 boxing podcast, and blogtalkradio's original boxing program.
in Self Help
Happy 60th BD! Guest Nathan Norrington
Rebecca L. Norrington is first and foremost a student of the Universe and ITs Laws. She is a “self-proclaimed” Happiness Specialist. Call in LIVE (646) 564-9619 to receive answers to your questions. In addition to answering questions you will learn how to:
Experience more Peace and Contentment in Your Life
Raise your Personal Vibration
Change your Perspective
Flow rather than Resist
Rebecca has a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology, along with decades of education on topics from Spirituality to Human Behavior. Rebecca is also a Radio & TV Personality, Author, Speaker, Fitness Instructor and Reiki Practitioner.
RealitySpirituality Radio focuses our moment by moment experience and how to add to your happiness - regardless of your circumstances. RealitySpirituality Radio is heard every Sunday at 7 AM (PST).
Archived shows available to listen here: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/realityspirituality
Women have many opportunities to express who they are and having the support to follow through is necessary to take advantage of each one. We want to talk about everything from protecting yourself to pouring out selflessly. We will have two special guest joining our conversation today and you do not want to miss this. We will have Lori Bateman of the Open Heart Journal and Jameka Whitten of The Red Pump Project sharing with us on two very important women matters.
The Red Pump Project® is a nonprofit organization raising awareness about the impact of HIV/AIDS on women and girls. We empower, educate, and motivate action by boldly driving conversation online and offline around HIV prevention and issues related to sexual and reproductive health. The Red Pump serves as a symbol of empowerment representing the strength and courage of women affected by HIV/AIDS. http://www.theredpumpproject.org/
Open Heart Journals are personalized journals that you write to someone you love, to let them know how much you appreciate them. With guidance, you create memorable, creative and moving journals that your loved ones will be touched beyond words to receive.
(Being rejected and no one knows the pain) Sometimes the pain lye's so deep until you can't even talk about it. I remember hurting so bad and in the midnight hour when tears rolled down my face and all I wanted was a touch from God. I can tell you today that he truly touched me and their's Light at the end of the tunnel.
Psalm 21:3 For thou preventest him with the blessings of goodness: thou settest a crown of pure gold on his head.
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The Dr. Kim Show American Justice Series Part I
"The Steep Cost Of Incarceration On Women Of Color."
10:00 am - 11:00 am (MST)
Call in (347) 934-0628
The Dr. Kim Show American Justice Series Part I "The Steep Cost Of Incarceration On Women Of Color." Thousands of women are shouldering the financial burden of incarceration of a loved one, particularly in black communities. Join Dr. Kim in the studio as we discuss this epidemic of women of color and incarceration.
According to data from a CNN/Kaiser Family Foundation poll on race in America, 55% of black Americans said they either had been incarcerated themselves or had a close friend or family member who had been incarcerated compared to 36% of whites and 39% of Hispanics. Among these black Americans, nearly two-thirds said they earned less than $50,000 a year and only 21% said they had earned a college degree.
The financial costs of incarceration are steep. Inmates can be assessed fees for their daily stay in jail, probation and phone calls. In some cases, inmates accrued thousands of dollars in prison-related debt. Once released, many former inmates find that employers are reluctant to hire people with criminal records. As a result, it's often female relatives who are left footing a large percentage of the bills.