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  • 00:59

    "In Other Words…" Swingers!

    in Lifestyle

    It's all about the woman.  It's her world and the man's job is to make her feel safe and comfortable.  What are we talking about?  Swingers!  And whatever picture just popped into your head, you're wrong.  Almost definitely.  Swingers are not perverted or sick, it's not about orgies.  In fact, the odds are extremely good that you know one of them.  But because of the images people have of them, swingers have to stay hidden.
     
    This week we talk with the owner of Tabu private social club here in the Baltimore area and two other members of the swing community.  This broadcast is going to surprise you.  You will learn that having multiple partners does NOT mean these couples' are any less committed to their marriage.  In fact, they have a divorce rate of 20%!  This while the country has a divorce rate of over 50%.  Prepare to have your mind expanded.

  • 01:00

    "In Other Words…" with Donna Saunders

    in Lifestyle

    My guest this week is Donna Saunders. She is a doctor twice over: in Clinical Psychology and in Ministry. Her primary focus is, not surprisingly, children and the community. She is co-founder and CEO of Guide Community Health Services. Its focus is preventative and aimed more at children in an attempt to reverse some of the disparity in health caused by economic and social issues these families face. 


    Dr. Saunders has done a lot of work exploring the connection between spirituality, and physical and social health. She has lectured on the topic, including for the Family Research Council, the Department of Health and Human Services, Howard University Graduate School of Education, and many other organizations.


    We will also touch very briefly on her views on the most recent SCOTUS decision.

  • 01:00

    "In Other Words…" with Frank Bonsal

    in Business

    Frank Bonsal III is the Director of Entrepreneurship at Towson University.  Did you even know that was a job?  Well, entrepreneurship is the fastest-growing course of study today, and more and more universities are adding technology incubators to their campus, and Frank is the perfect man to run the Towson University Incubator.


    He’s a long-time educator, serial entrepreneur (sometimes referred to as an edupreneur), and venture capitalist, so he’s definitely qualified for the job. As a VC, Frank has been instrumental in the formation of several highly successful education technology companies.  He coached football and lacrosse in a former life.  He still uses those coaching skills to help other entrepreneurs reach their goals.

  • 00:47

    "In Other Words..." with Drew Alexander

    in Lifestyle

    Drew Alexander  is the BMW Motorcycle Manager for Battly Cycles. Bikers have a stereotype that is almost never true - Drew's somewhat grizzled look notwithstanding. One thing that is true of most bikers and biking clubs is that they do a lot of fund-raising for various causes.
     
    Drew is a volunteer with Wellspring International Outreach, which focuses on supporting orphaned an otherwise abandoned children across the world. Drew has built homes, playgrounds, and other support structures in South Africa. He'll talk with us about the desperation he has seen and the rise in what is known as voluntourism.

  • 01:01

    "In Other Words…" with Woody Bradshaw

    in Family

    Country star Woody Bradshaw is my guest today. Woody is a former sexy bad boy soap star who is now a rising star on the country Western scene.  His star is rising faster these days as he has recently impressed the heck out of some big time New York casting agents and managers.
     
    His songs are great.  They're a kind of country/AC sound.  And he sings them really well.  You'll hear some of them on the show, including monster hits, The Last Thing You Do and Friction, as well as It's Good to be Home, which, yeah, is a hokey title, but that doesn't make it any the less true or or less beautiful, and it's fast becoming the anthem of his home town, Pensacola, Florida.  


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  • "In Other Words…" with International Etiquette Expert Grace Lee

    in Business

    This was one of the more challenging and interesting interviews I've done, mostly because I disagree with much of what she had to say.  But my show is all about making you think, and this one certainly did that! 


    Grace Lee is an etiquette expert.  With one foot in Japan and the other in the United States, she founded Grace Lee International to help businesspeople with international etiquette.  What do you need to know when you are negotiating a deal with a Japanese firm?  And you may be surprised how much dining etiquette varies from one part of the world to another.  Some places, it's rude to leave food on your plate, in others it's rude not to. 


    But it was her views on a woman's job and who should raise the kids that's likely to be different from what you're used to.  Check it out.

  • 01:00

    "In Other Words…" with Susan Ascher

    in Business

    Management consultant and golf enthusiast Susan Ascher is President and CEO of The Ascher Group.  Read the name carefully.  We met because we were mistaken for each other on line.  Susan is the author of Dude, Seriously, It's Not All About You, a light-hearted (as the title makes clear) view of how manners have changed - or haven't changed - in the digital age.  She followed that up with Dude, Seriously, Get Your ASK in Gear, a practical guide to leadership.  


    Susan has won numerous awards for entrepreneurship, including Small Businessperson of the Year, inclusion in the Top 25 Leading Women Entrepreneurs in the State of New Jersey.  We'll talk about that and about the messages of her books.

  • 01:00

    "In Other Words…" with Tamera Rush

    in Business

    Breaking barriers might be considered a family tradition for Tamera Rush.  Her grandmother was one of the first female pastors in the Methodist conference.  Tamera herself has broken barriers in the tech arena.  She was the most senior woman at a large tech corporation that contracted with the Department of Defense.  Then she decided to start her own company, Tenax Technologies.  Just barely a year old, she is already turning a profit.


    Tamera will talk with us about what it's like to stand out in a traditionally-male environment and other challenges she faces as a minority contractor (women are put into that category).  She will also talk about her work with SARC, an abuse resource center.

  • 01:00

    "In Other Words…" with Frank Jackson

    in Hip Hop Music

    This week, we talk with music - and now media - mogul, Frank Johnson.  At age 17, one label had moved him up to New York to work for them. He worked for Def Jam Records for years, working closely with then Def Jam president, Kevin Liles. 
     
    Starting as a rap artist himself, he didn't like the way his label was treating him, so he decided to learn the reins himself.  And he learned it well!  At which point, he stopped performing so he could help other young artists take control of their careers.  He still promotes, through his newly-launched Frank Johnson Media.  But he also has his own radio and TV network, WPB Networks, and his Creative Hub Baltimore provides space and support for young artists to grow.


     

  • 01:00

    "In Other Words…"

    in Books

    Due to technical difficulties, not all of last week's show was broadcast.  So, we're trying it again.  Cross your fingers…


    Hannah Dennison is a published author in the traditional sense.  That is, through a publishing house, not self-published.  That's an accomplishment.  She'll talk with us about the differences between the two, and the pros and cons to each.  She has five books out now.  There's the Vicki Hill murder series and her new Murder at Honeychurch Hall series. 


    This show is loaded with valuable information for authors and other entrepreneurs.

  • 01:00

    "In Other Words..."

    in Entrepreneur

    Hannah Dennison is a published author in the traditional sense.  That is, through a publishing house, not self-published.  That's an accomplishment.  She'll talk with us about the differences between the two, and the pros and cons to each.  She has five books out now.  There's the Vicki Hill murder series and her new Murder at Honeychurch Hall series. 


    This show is loaded with valuable information for authors and other entrepreneurs.