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    Parenting ~ Three simple child management skills - a short interview with paren

    in Self Help

    Parenting ~

    Three simple child management skills - a short interview with parenting coach Corneilia Lockitch.

    This is Dr. Kenner's "Today's Podcast" at http://bit.ly/auKJV8 and is also listed as podcast number 1. After today it will remain available but move down in the list. All past podcasts are also listed.

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    Effective Communication Skills Training: Expressing Our Boundaries Without Blame

    in Self Help

    Learn the basics of EFFECTIVE Communication from Rick Goodfriend. The easy fundamentle way to communicate easily, with honesty and fun.

    A short 15 minute show that will bring out your power and raise your communication skills.

    Learn to listen much better to build trust in seconds, express your self so you receive what you are wanting and become balanced and set for any communication challenge or appreciations of another. 

    Rick Goodfriend (his real name) will show you step by step ways to climb that pyramid to excell in business or your personal relationships.

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    Can You Teach Social Skills – Marc Bonaguide

    in Family

    For children on the autism spectrum especially, they often don’t pick up on non-verbal communications and need special help in learning how to pick up social skills.  Marc Bonaguide, clinical director at Glenholme School in Connecticut joined Lon October 30, 2015 and explained that these students often just don’t pick up on nonverbal cues and often miss what is happening in interacting with others.  Listen as Marc explains how Glenholme School teaches their spectrum students how to read these communication skills, lessons that parents can use with their own children.

    Contact: Marc Bonaguide: 860-868-7377 admissions@theglenholmeschool.org www.theglenholmeschool.org

    Lon Woodbury: 208-267-7717 lonwoodbury@gmail.com www.strugglingteens.com

    This is one of a series of short interviews about new developments in the network of private, parent-choice residential schools and programs helping struggling teens and young adults. The guests are innovative leaders in this network.  To hear other interviews in this series, click on "Follow" above, or click on  The Woodbury Report or www.strugglingteens.com

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    Do you have the skills to pay the bills?

    in Entertainment

    Today I'll be talking in general about choosing professions and taking them seriously. Also will interview a young man that has discovered a knack for doing something and turned it into something someone will pay him for. Can you do the same? Tune into today's show. Tell others!!! Will also discuss how a person could take their skills and start their own company. So if you're at work, be sure to listen. Maybe you'll find a way to "not be at work".....Visit www.innovativenterprises.com and www.imtmworldwide.com

  • Simple Skills for Success with Pam Farrel

    in Women

    Are you wondering if you and your spouse or friend would make a good team in ministry? If so, this is one show you don't want to miss! Pam and her husband Bill have been together in marriage and ministry for 36 years. They've written 40 books, including the bestselling Men are Like Waffles, Women are Like Spaghetti and their newest, 7 Simple Skills for Every Woman: Success in Keeping It All Together and 7 Simple Skills for Every Man: Success in Relationships Work and Walk with God.

    You can reach Pam and Bill through their website at www.Love-wise.com.

    We hope you'll join us Wednesday, October 14 at 1pmET. Please listen in on your computer and call in when we open the phone lines for questions. The first caller wins a free book!



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    in Education


    WIN LEARNING presents Navasota TX Superintendent of Schools Rory Gesch. Navasota is a very fine district; we've had guests from there before. 

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    Millennials & The Cybersecurity Skills Shortage

    in Technology

    Is the cybersecurity skill shortage actually a generation gap? It would seem so from the results of a recent global survey of 4000 young adults by Raytheon and the National Cyber Security Alliance (NCSA). Among the findings:  Only half of the men in the survey said they knew what a cybersecurity job entails; for millennial women, awareness was even lower – just one-third of respondents.

    Join us for the next episode of Dark Reading Radio where Dark Reading Executive Editor Kelly Jackson Higgins  will lead an in-depth discussion about what it will take for 18 to 34-year-olds to warm up to an exciting and rewarding career in information security – and what is holding them back.  Our guests will include authors of the Raytheon/NCSA report, along with millennials Kerstyn Clover, a staff consultant on the SecureState Attack and Defense Team and Ryan Sepe, information security analyst at Radian Group Inc.

    Register now and join us Wednesday, November 18, 2015, New York/10:00 a.m. San Francisco 1:00 p.m.

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    Rhonda's interview with author of Stars in the Sky by Casey Grant

    in Motivation

    Who is Rhonda Thomas, I help smart mature women become balanced iin all areas of their life by helping them learn to truly THINK.  My expertise centers on the areas of being their authentic, healthy and happy self.  That is why I'm so excited about having my first guest here, Casey Grant she is a woman against all odds, at 21 she was being discriminated against continuuously.  However, she didn't let that stop her.  She has continued to grow beyond that by never giving up.  At 50 she went back to school for Interior Design, becoming an entrepreneur for high end clients and now she is a sought after speaker, radio host of her own show and author of "Stars in the Sky, the history of the African American fllight attendant.

  • Improving Career Readiness Skills in New Jersey

    in Education

    When New Jersey students graduate from high school, they need certain career-readiness skills—even if they are going on to higher education before entering the workforce.  What are the skills that business looks for in its young employees?  What knowledge is important for our students to have as they prepare for a career?  Please join host Ray Pinney as he discusses these issues and others with Donna Custard, president of the New Jersey Chamber of Commerce Foundation and Tyler Seville, associate director, government affairs, for the New Jersey Business and Industry Association.

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    Interview w/Rising Indie Artist T9 Da Prince Hosted By Qween$Ching

    in Hip Hop Music

    T9 da prince who is now 24 years old grew up in the small town of Salisbury Maryland. T9 grew up in a not too bad, but not perfect neighborhood. In a small town it seems as though there wasn't much to get into that was all that positive. Although, it wasn't the projects and having both parents was a plus. With a talent T9 still managed to be expelled by the age of 15 for recording songs on cassettes. T9 eventually got a laptop & recording program that sounded like it was recorded inside of a Pepsi can but still gave out mixtapes. A few months later his hobby took a huge turn when he met young Shinah who would later become his coach. Young Shinah was already doing shows and had the local scene on smash. "Infact, I use to listen to em on the way to school was pretty much a fan." That was when the worlds collided little by little. Although T9 was no stranger to the hood it was then that it actually became a day to day thing being around the drugs, guns, money and crime. It was an adrenaline rush for T9. Growing up mixed nationalities T9 felt like he had to "over do it" to out do the next man. Overall, it is T9's main goal to make people feel comfortable about being themselves. Although, T9 hasn't lived as bad as alot of his family/friends he has experienced and been involved in many lifestyles, at one point he even attempted college. Now, doing what he "should have done years ago" he's working a job while getting his own business off the ground!