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On today's program Arthur will be speaking about reaching your goals. He will emphasize the importance of moving steadily towards your goals and the importance of avoiding shortcuts. Helen Keller said "there are no shortcuts to any place worth going". Arthur will share ideas about how to enjoy the journey, the delays, the joys you find along the way. By moving steadily ahead, you earn the right to succeed.
Today, Sara Waskow with FranNet and David Pratt, attorney, are joining me for an ongoing series on Franchising. This segment, we’ll be talking about the how to pick a franchise that is right for you, what business structure you should choose when setting up your business, and 5 things you didn’t know about buying a franchise. Join us to hear more.
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This show is about being OBEDIENT to what God has called you to do. No matter what that is. Do you know your calling? Are you operating in your true nature? Are you functioning under your own design? If not, are you confused as to why you were born and what you should be doing?
If you know your purpose, have you connected it to intentional earnings as a result. In others words is operating under your calling paying you? Can you be rich but be poor? If you want to discuss it tune in today!
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Do you know you can retrain your brain to be happy? Happiness is about replaicng our limited beliefs with healhty thoughts, feelings and actions.
Therapist, educator and life coach, Diane Lang has dedicated her career to helping people turn their lives around and is now on a mission to help them develop a sustainable positive attitude that can actually turn one into an optimist. A therapist and educator/coach of Positive Psychology, she has seen that it can provide a strong foundation for finding great happiness and is gratified that it is becoming a mainstream method of treatment.
As an expert in her field of therapy, Lang has been featured on numerous magazines, TV and radio including educational videos. Diane’s latest book is Creating Balance & Finding Happiness.
Visit Diane at dlcounseling.com or email DLCounseling firstname.lastname@example.org.
CTHRadio unites healing specialist with childhood trauma survivors. Your host, Susan Jacobi, a thriver after childhood abuse, is the author of How to Love Yourself: The Hope after Child Abuse. She shares her healing journey… and her FREE ebook. CLICK here for a FREE copy of 11 Tools for Happiness. You can reach Susan directly at email@example.com.
We continue dealing with the development of the bishopric as we focus on the Metropolitan and Patriarch and how they came about.
As we deal with this things keep in mind the word - ANACHRONISM
Clericalism is a term that comes into play around 250 AD when the church started thinking if its priesthood as the Levitical Priesthood...which continue to develop until by the 9th Century a graded ministry had taken complete hold in the church.
Grades in ministry would have never work with the Alexandrian Episcopacy also called the Alexandrian Habitude, but it work well with the Antioch Model of the Episcopacy.
The 5 Patriarchs of the church
As always, you can find all of this information in the 2014 Syllabus which is available online for purchase in PDF format and in our upcoming 2015 Syllabus.
Wednesday, May 6, 2015 at 3:00 pm, VOICE OF RIO with Dr. Michelle Johnston, President of the University of Rio Grande, and Rio Grande Community College will discuss and review with Jeff Lanham, Athletic Director with the University regarding the 2014-2015 activities in Athletics. Rio is a major contender in many different sports arenas both in Women and Men’s competition. Jeff will also highlight some of the major accomplishments of Rio’s student athletes with its involvement in the NAIA (National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics) League.
Gamification works pretty well if you're making the latest mobile game, but most enterprises are struggling with it. In fact, mention gamification in the enterprise and you're likely to get a lot of groans and people who say, "we tried that. It didn't work." If that's your experience, out latest IT Life Radio guest, Steve Sims CDO of Badgeville's Behavior Lab, will tell you that you've probably been doing it all wrong. On Wednesday, May 6th at 3PM ET, he'll tell us all about how to do it right.
Gamification can be a tool of transformation in your enterprise. It can be used to achieve those pesky goals you're having trouble reaching, change hearts and minds, and to learn new skills. You can use it to measure progress in an organization and even to improve morale.
Do it wrong, and you're adding hassle and effort to an organization pressed for time. And you are likely to turn off your employees. So you better listen to Steve tell you how to do it right.
We'll talk to Steve about:
Aligning gamification to the needs of your enterprise
Using gamification in education and training
Making employees happier and more engaged
Steve Sims, CDO of Badgeville’s Behavior Lab, has 20 years of experience in game development and production for web, mobile, console and PC systems. He started his gaming career at Electronics Arts and EA Online where he was an Executive Producer and responsible for Madden NFL Football, the #1 selling sports video game franchise in North America, and EA's earliest forays into the online space including Fantasy Sports and Casual Games. He has worked in the gaming industry since with notable roles including Director of Operations at Gemini Mobile Technologies and Vice President of Product Management and Service Operations at Outspark.
Gospel singer James "J.J." Hairston is the leader, chief songwriter, and director of the Youthful Praise choir, known for its exuberant, urban-tinged gospel and praise & worship songs. Formed in 2001 out of Turner's Faith Temple in Bridgeport, Connecticut, the choir was originally known as Teens of TFT, and released a debut album, Awesome God, that same year on Evidence Gospel. A second album, Thank You for the Change, which featured a guest spot by Coko, arrived in 2004, followed by Live! The Praise...The Worship, a year later in 2005. Television appearances on Late Night with Conan O'Brien and Bobby Jones Gospel, and performances with Joan Osborne, Shirley Caesar, and Destiny's Child increased the choir's visibility and fan base, as did its exuberant, energetic live shows and urban affinities. Exalted, recorded live in Baltimore, Maryland, was released on both CD and DVD in 2007. It would be five years before their next album, After This, arrived in the spring of 2012, with I See Victory following two years later in 2014. ~ Steve Leggett, Rovi
Poz.com reported, "At the 2014 United States Conference on AIDS (USCA) in San Diego, Laverne Cox, star of Orange Is the New Black, gave a speech that was simultaneously entertaining, informative and very intimate. “I stand before you today as a person who is somehow HIV negative. I feel weird even saying that. We live in a world that assumes because I’m black and transgender, I must be HIV positive. And that stigma is so crippling to me as I go out in the world and look for love and affection.'”
In this episode, Laverne is introduced by Transgender activist icon Tracie Jada O'Brien. Watch his exclusive video here.
For information on the National Minority AIDS Council (the producer of the conference), click here.
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Balance Your "IT": Keeping Your Business & Romance Tight
We live in a fast paced society with so much going on we often feel as if we have to choose either having a rocking business or a rocking love life, no way we can have both. But can we have both? Making time for those we love and our passion for a successful business is key to having the abundant life of freedom, finances and a happy family. Allocating your time carefully can make or break you in your business or romance so it’s all about the magic touch of good communication.
This weeks guest, Stacy Whyte will offer you 7 Tips to Balance Your "IT": Keeping Your Business & Romance Tight. Stacy Y. Whyte is a Thought Leader, Gifted Business Strategist, Best-selling Author and Sought After Speaker with a global platform. She is a transformational catalyst that specializes in building confidence and creating a balance in business, finance and family. With an ever changing world Stacy knows how busy life can get and works effortlessly with clients to help them to carve out a life that is not only financially rewarding but spiritually and physically intact and purposeful. Join Mark and Carolyn and learn how you can have the best of both worlds - a rocking business and a rocking love life!
During the month of May, Small Changes Big Shifts will focus on Women’s Health. Joining host Dr. Michelle Robin on Wednesday is Pilar Gerasimo, Founding Editor Experience Life Magazine. The magazine focuses on helping smart, busy people pursue the health, fitness and personal-development goals that matter to them. and she'll discuss her book, "The Art off Being Healthy in an Unhealthy World"
Also joining Dr. Robin is Jenne Fromm, adventurer and powerful story-teller and she’ll share her stories from surviving a devastating cancer diagnosis to taking on her first triathlon at age 40 to completing Ironman races to climbing to the summit of Mt Kilimanjaro in Africa.
To learn more about the host, visit her website at: http://www.drmichellerobin.com/