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On Women of Wisdom today, Best Selling Author, Win Kelly Charles welcomes Debra Jason. A recipient of the Rocky Mountain Direct Marketing Association's (RMDMA) "Creative Person of the Year Award," Debra started The Write Direction in 1989. Past President of the RMDMA, she is a seasoned direct response copywriter with more than 26 years of experience in the field of direct marketing. During that time she has personally written thousands upon thousands of words for hundreds of clients around the country (and some overseas). Debra is the author of the best-selling book Millionaire Marketing on a Shoestring BudgetTM: How to attract a steady stream of happy clients, make more money and live your dream. She is also a contributing author with New York Times best-selling author Joel Comm, of So What Do You Do? Discovering the Genius Next Door with One Simple Question. When other writers have researched books on direct response copywriting and freelance writing they’ve turned to Debra for her input. She believes everyone has a gift to share with the world and wants you to help you get your message out there in a big way—a way that resonates with your ideal clients. To learn more about Debra go visit her website http://www.DebraJason.com . And be sure to visit www.authwincharles.com to learn more about your host. FOLLOW this program http://www.blogtalkradio.com/wcawomanwithcp
Thomas Anthony Guerriero CEO & President Oxford City Football Club, Inc. they are a publicly traded company that owns professional sports teams and is entering into college education programs that involve sports marketing
Faisal Hoque serial entrepreneur and thought leader, founder of Shadoka and other companies. Author of several books, including “Everything Connects – How to Transform and Lead in the Age of Creativity, Innovation and Sustainability”. He has been named one of the Top 100 Most Influential People in Technology and one of the Top 100 Thought Leaders
Jason Jennings researcher and one of the most successful and prolific business and leadership authors in the world. His Wall Street Journal, USA TODAY, Business Week and New York Times bestsellers include: •It's Not the Big That Eat the Small - It’s the Fast That Eat the Slow, Less Is More ,Think BIG- Act Small, Hit the Ground Running, The Reinventors- How Extraordinary Companies Pursue Radical Continuous Change. His latest book Portfolio Imprint of Penguin Putnam, The High- Speed Company tackles the subject of creating cultures of urgency and growth that are able to compete in a nanosecond world
Rob Jolles sought-after speaker and best-selling author, Rob Jolles teaches, entertains, and inspires audiences worldwide drawing on more than thirty years of experience to teach people how to change minds. His keynotes and workshops on influence and persuasion are in global demand, including companies in North America, Europe, Africa, and the Far East. He’s written a handful of books, including three bestsellers, translated in over a dozen languages. Named as one of the Top Ten Business books for 2014, his newest book, How to Change Minds, has appeared in USAToday, Investor's Business Daily, and countless other outlets
Myeloma is not a single disease. Two types of high-risk myeloma have swapped chromosomes (14;16) and (14;20) have notoriously short survival times with conventional treatments and are found to be resistant to bortezomib, one of the standard myeloma therapies. Dr. Frank Zhan, MD, PhD of the University of Iowa searched a genetic database to identify 100 genes uniquely deregulated for these two types of myeloma. Based on database matching to find compounds that induce or reverse desired gene changes, he found 5 targets to affect the c-MAF and MAFB genes that are disregulated by these translocations. They found that only Alsterpaullon (ALP) significantly inhibits MM cell growth with “spike” expression of either c-MAF or MAFB. ALP is a cyclindependent kinase (CDK) inhibitor and blocks cell-cycle progression. However, the reasons for its antiproliferative effects is unknown. The research will test whether ALP is able to disable c-MAF/MAFB signaling events, thus rendering MM responsive to chemotherapeutics.
Join us for this 6th show of the Myeloma Crowd Research Initiative with Dr. Frank Zhan, MD, PhD and Dr. Guido Tricot, MD, PhD to discuss a potential solution for these patients in a truly personalized medicine fashion.
Please join Dick and Roberta as they talk with their good friend, Carol Morgan. Carol Morgan holds a Ph.D. in communication and is a professor at Wright State University. She is a regular motivational expert on the TV show "Living Dayton" and the monthly co-host of "Dick Sutphen's Metaphysical World" (now "Spiritual Concepts") radio show, which has over 500,000 regular audience members. She is also a frequent keynote speaker, seminar leader, consultant, and trainer for businesses and the general public. Clients include organizations such as Advocare International, State of Ohio, Montgomery County Hostage Negotiation Team, Women in Business Networking, and Girl Scouts of America. Dr. Morgan is also a regular contributor to sites such as Yahoo, Livestrong.com, GlobalPost.com, ModernMom.com, Synonym.com, and SelfGrowth.com. Visit her website to learn more: drcarolmorgan.com.
Join hosts Robert Forto and Alex Stein as they talk about the first third of the Iditarod Trail.
On our bi-weekly show on Mushing Radio we talk about the history of the sport and the history of the Iditarod.
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Join hosts Jason R. Davis and Anita Nicole Brown as they talk with first time filmmaker Michael Smith. We will be discussing the trials and tribulations of making your first film from the perspective of someone doing just that.
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Growing up in the late 80's Michael developed his love of film spending endless hours alongside his father, an avid movie buff before him who would often out of fun quiz him on the various film watched. From Vhs rental's to the weekly family trip to "the show" Film was ingrained into Michael's character. It wasn't until his father showed him the first "Back to The Future" film that Michael knew he would dedicate his life to the art of film.
Teeming with imagination, Michael was never short of ideas. Always creating short stories, daydreaming and filling his head with the many narratives of 90's. As time passed and his interest grew his parents encouraged him to seek out classes and workshops that would help him perfect his craft. After graduating both High School and a Production workshop in the same year Michael went on to Columbia College Chicago where he completed his Bachelor of Fine Arts in Film and Video in spring 2005. As Staff Director of Puissant Productions, Michael brings his creative enthusiasm and energy to the team. Michael is currently Directing the feature film Untitled Zombie Movie set to release October 2015.
This episode will be a free flowing conversation with The Grateful Girl, Heather Powers. We will explore the topic of body image and our societal distorted view of women's bodies and how the effects of the Media, Print and the Entertainment industry has brainwashed our culture into distorted versions of what is beautiful. We will also discuss the new emerging woman who is demanding to be seen in all her imperfections and stepping into her power and accepting and loving herself whole. There is a deep inner journey that one must go on to arrive in this place of total acceptance and self love. Come journey with us.
Heather Powers is an award winning, internationally acknowledged recording artist, author and speaker. She has travelled the world entertaining and encouraging audiences through her music and her dramatic life story of young adult trauma, chronic illness, eating disorder, drugs and eventually finding complete life transition and learning to live day to day on a new path.
Heather is currently working on her third album, singing and speaking to audiences about life transformation and producing conscious events abroad with her beloved and friend to the show, Jason Michael Henson.
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Please Join Evangl/Prophetess Joan Massiah on Blog Talk Radio Global Intercessory & PHD Ministry,/Living Faith Ministry, Apostle R L Martin, Your Hosts. Where Prayer, the Preached Word, Prophecy, Healing & Deliverance takes place, with many testifying to the Power of God, through Apostle R L. Martin, operating in the Fivefold ministry accession gifts are in operation, reaching the lost for the Kingdom of God, In Jesus Name.
Mark Chpt:16:15 And he said to them, Go ye into all the world, and preach the gospel to every creature.
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The Bible Says, In Mark Chpt: 16: 17 And These Signs shall follow them that believe; In my Name shall they cast out devils; They shall speak with new tongues.
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Our interview tonight: Animals and the Spiritual Imagination with Dr. Sabina Magliocco, PhD, Professor of Anthropology at California State University, Northridge, CA. Throughout history and in many different cultures, animals have been imagined as totems, spirit guides, divine messengers, even goddesses and gods. But how do we imagine our spiritual relationship to other animals today? My work explores this question by examining both mainstream cultural and religious practices and those of contemporary Pagans, a group of religions that revive some practices of pre-Christian cultures, finding surprising confluences between the two. My conclusion is that as animals, especially domestic ones, are increasingly granted a place in our family lives, their role in our spiritual imagination is also shifting. And given the danger to all living species on our planet today, that could be a very good thing.
Dr. Magliocco, a recipient of Guggenheim, National Endowment for the Humanities, Fulbright and Hewlett fellowships, and an honorary Fellow of the American Folklore Society, has published on religion, folklore, foodways, festival and witchcraft in Europe and the United States, and is a leading authority on the modern Pagan movement. She is the author of numerous books and articles, including The Two Madonnas: the Politics of Festival in a Sardinian Community (1993, 2005), Witching Culture: Folklore and Neo-Paganism in America (2004), Neopagan Sacred Art & Altars: Making Things Whole (2001), and with filmmaker John M. Bishop produced the documentary film series “Oss Tales,” on a May Day custom in Cornwall and its reclamation by American Pagans. Her current research is on animals in the spiritual imagination
In a world filled with serious crimes across the country, we look to the police for peace and protection. What about the world of young men of color, who have reported countless cases of profiling, baseless arrests, and police brutality? What about them? How can they trust the police? Case after case of senseless shootings that resulted in death of young men whose biggest problem is that they were black. If you can't trust police, who can you trust?
Dr. Stephen Fitzgerald explores this serious problem that sadly is still very much a part of our culture. Despite the many advances of civil rights, we still have not advanced far enough to protect the rights of our young black men. What can we do about this? What can you do? Black Lives Matter!!!
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