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My Interview with Mrs. Chloe-Taylor Brown of "Bread-Winning Moms" Replay
Euftis Emery is The Bad Boy of Erotica here to chat and read to The Eroticist, La Drama Princess. The author of Off the Chain, Keisha, and Keeping It In The Family, Euftis Emery uses his personal pictures on many of his book covers and inside several of his books in which he is the main character. Publishing since 2004, Euftis Emery is constantly evolving his style of erotica with blog posts, podcasts (Off Da Chain), and more. Keep the kids and the co-workers away away when you listen to this truely erotica reading.
Euftis Emery's website
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The case of Kwame Teague, the Bestselling Urban Prison Author, award winning, critically acclaimed, and Essence named Kwame #1 bestselling author.
Mental Illness Advocate from inside Prison
News that Matters
Prisoner’s Perspective - Get Your Papers in Order
Events of Interest
Siteseeing Tour Bus goes to:
UN-RIDDLE – books by Kwame Teague - The Dutch series - Dynasty I, Dynasty II, Dynasty III
The Adventures of Ghetto Sam and the Glory of My Demise and Thug Politics under the pseudonym Dutch.
With the current state of the economy, having a well-defined target market is more important than ever. No one can afford to target everyone.
Small businesses can effectively compete with large companies by targeting a niche market.
Many businesses say they target "anyone interested in my services." Some may say they target small business owners, homeowners, or stay-at-home moms. All of these targets are too general.
To build a solid foundation for your business, you must first identify your typical customer and tailor your marketing pitch accordingly.
in Self Help
The bloggers topics on #GrownLove have been so good that we have to spotlight them. Here's a tease:
- 3 Ways Self Love Can Improve Your Love Life, BMWK
- 4 Signs You're Dating Like A GrownUP, Renita Bryant
- 5 Types of Mates You'll Attract When You Don't Love Yourself Enough, The Bolder Sister
- When Losing Yourself Forces You To Love Yourself, Moms 'N Charge
- Having A Grown Mindset About Being Single, BLISS for Singles
- 4 Reasons We Date Projects, Renita Bryant
- A Review of Loving in the Grown Zone, actor Carlease Burke, CBitsnPieces
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Hello there! Welcome to “Bread-Winning Moms” on BlogTalk Radio, with Chloé. We're inspiring, encouraging and celebrating working mothers everywhere! Our objective is to share relevant, cool, solution oriented information with steps to meet and reach our personal and professional goals. If you're ambitious, curious, savvy, self determined, love applying what you know and learn and keeping up with today’s fast-paced career shifts, job market options, striving to be a great mom and taking care of your self then you will enjoy Bread-Winning Moms with Chloé. Chloé Taylor Brown is a three-time author, a High-Potential corporate coach for women, a lifestyle enhancement coach and co-creator of the "PEP"-- the Personal Excellence Profile--the world's greatest personal development assessment tool, a wife, mother, model and big sister.
You Can Now Check Out my Book, HE LIVES, A Living Testimony, In 36 Locations In the Atlanta-Fulton Public Library System, Atlanta Ga. If your community Library doesn't have it ask that they add it to their catalog of books. Thanks!
Also, go to my main website to ENTER TO WIN one of my books! Thanks!
We all know that the terms "baby's mama" & "baby's daddy" are not known to be very positive when describing your co parent. These terms or phrases are stereotyped with ghetto, lazy, deadbeat, unimportant, etc. These are definitely not something a decent parent would want to be associated with. Still all the time we constantly hear one another use this term. How can we as parents communicate and co-parent hearing one another use these terms negatively. Is is possible in our society?
Lucy has lived in Southern California with her amazing husband of almost 14 years. They met while training in Aikido, a Japanese martial art almost 20 years ago. They now own our own Aikido dojo (school) where Lucy teaches children’s classes. She became a trial paralegal right out of school but decided to change careers about 8 years ago. Lucy went back to school to become a teacher. After 5 years of teaching 3rd and 4th grade students, she decided to take the leap and become an entrepreneur!
Lucy works with DIYers as well as small business owners and entrepreneurs to help them stand out in the business world. She helps them with their customer retention and customer appreciation programs. She does this through two wonderful companies that she is an Independent Consultant for: Close to My Heart and Steeped Tea. Close to My Heart is a company based out of Utah and is celebrating its 30th year in business. She is celebrating her 10th year as a consultant with them. Their mission is to show you how to celebrate relationships through discovering your creativity, to preserve and share the moments that matter most. She’s also a consultant with Steeped Tea, a Canadian-based company that specializes in loose leaf teas and tea accessories.
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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