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  • 01:00

    Something's Brewing with Casey and John - Gratitude and Trust

    in Entertainment

    Gratitude and Trust? will be our main topic of discussion on Monday at 11:30am


    It was an honor for Casey McDougal? and me to volunteer for the Gratitude and Trust Summit at the 92nd street Y today. I decided to take my camera. Thank you to Casey McDougal for making the trip in from Connecticut! And as always THANK YOU to Paul Williams? and Tracey Jackson? for always being so kind to this little Puerto Rican. :)


    Show Link: 


    http://www.blogtalkradio.com/somethingsbrewing/2015/06/15/somethings-brewing-with-casey-and-john--festivals


    Our show starts live at 11:30am sharp and our call in line is (646) 200-4173. 


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    John Henry Soto www.johnhenrysoto.com
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  • 00:31

    John Carver Show - The Law of the Big MO (John Maxwell)

    in Self Help

    John Maxwell has been a teacher of Leaders for many years.  In this show he shares how MOMENTIUM can be your BEST FRIEND!


    In a blog he writes:


    Momentum is the greatest of all change-agents. When a leader has it, organizational change comes easily, for it’s much simpler to steer a company that’s already experiencing success than to jumpstart one that’s stagnant.


    On a team that’s thriving, growing, and delivering results an aura of excitement permeates everything. The momentum is almost tangible. Yet even though we can feel the momentum, it’s hard to define. Let’s take a momentum to pin down where it comes from.


    The attitude of the leader + the atmosphere of the organization + the accomplishments of the people = MOMENTUM


    Leaders who court momentum display a set of attitudes that help them reach new altitudes. First, they take responsibility for outcomes. They don’t blame failures on their people or on forces beyond their control. Second, leaders who generate momentum operate with an empowering sense of hope. They shape their surroundings instead of merely being shaped by them. They believe in the possibility of change instead of complaining about challenges to it. Finally, leaders who drive momentum have unfailing enthusiasm. They’re convinced of the importance of their work, and this sense of purpose propels them forward.


    Leaders build a culture favorable to momentum in the following ways. First, they believe the best about their people—concentrating on developing their strengths rather than on fixing their shortcomings. Second, they provide an inspiring vision that’s contagious. They share it confidently and talk about it continually, until everyone on the team sees it almost as clearly as they do. Third, they remove the fear of failure. They invite risk and affirm innovative ideas—even if they don’t always work.


     

  • 01:07

    Women of Golf - Giulia Molinaro & Golf Channel - Kelly Miller & John Hollett Jr

    in Golf

    Welcome to the Women of Golf Show!


    This week Cindy & I speak with LPGA Professional & Symetra Tour's leading Money Winner - Giulia Molinaro.


    Later were joined by Kelly Miller Elisha, Feature Producer at Golf Channel & John Hollett, Jr Post Production Editor at Golf Channel, both in Orlando, FL.


    Here's more about Kelly & John:


    Kelly is a Feature Producer at Golf Channel in Orlando, FL. She has produced features for Golf Channel, NBC Sports and NBC. In February of 2014, she was given the opportunity to be a Producer for the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi. Her assignment was to produce daily features for Emmy award winning Jimmy Roberts. Kelly started at the Golf Channel in 2007 and has covered the PGA TOUR, LPGA, Champions Tour, and European Tour, as well as various amateur events.


    John edits features for Golf Channel, NBC Sports. John works on such shows as Golf Central, Live From, School of Golf, Golf Fix just to name a few. He has also edited on site for The Masters, U.S. Open and PGA Championship. He was the lead editor for the Emmy Award nominated show In Play with Jimmy Roberts. John has over 15 years of experience in the television industry which also includes videography and producing.


    Join Cindy & I Tuesday Morning at 9:00 AM EST at www.blogtalkradio.com/womenofgolf

  • 00:46

    Keep a Clear Eye: John Buford at Gettysburg

    in History

    Host Jean Barto briefly talks about John Buford and his role on Day 1 at the Battle of Gettysburg.

  • 02:13

    Connected To The Vine,John 15:1

    in Current Events

    We Are Please To Present Apostle LaGrant Here On Resurrection Power Church Of Christ Ministry Where The Holy Spirit Is Our Overseer And Jesus Christ Is Lord,We Are A Bible Believing Ministry That's Teaching,Preaching And Reaching The Lost Souls Of Sin Sick World For The Kingdom Of Heaven In The Name Of Jesus,We Are Here Every Morning Monday Through Friday From 10:30 a.m Est Until 2:30 p.m Est And Saturday's From 12 p.m Est Dial In Number Is 1-661-467-2411 All Are Welcome To Fellowship With Us

  • 00:30

    Spiritual Blindness / John Chapter Nine

    in Religion

    In this episode, SONSHINE USA Bible teacher Warren Landis deals with the issue of Spiritual Blindness. In this ninth chapter of John, Jesus heals a man who was blind. The desciples wanted to know if this blindness was the result of that man's sins, or a sin of his parents. Jesus told the desciples that the answer was niether. Every problem or barrier we face is an opportunity for us to see whatb Faith in God can do. Many people today also suffer from SPIRITUAL BLINDNESS. Those who do not have a personal relationship with God cannot see SPIRITUAL things.Tune-in to this broadcast to have a SPIRITUAL EYE EXAM! 

  • 00:30

    When We're Weary From The Battle part 1

    in Christianity

    Are you going through some great difficulty or battle that has you on the brink of giving up? Perhaps your at a very dark time in your life where you can't seem to find your way. Some of you are facing problems on the job, struggling with your marriage, or simply with the direction in where this nation is going. What is it today that has you so weary that your willing to throw it all away and give up the faith? Just listen to these encouraging words from Galatians 6:9, it says Let us not become weary in doing good, for at the proper time we will reap a harvest if we do not give up. It seems that Almight God knew that we would become tired and weary from the battle. It can just be the pressures of this life weighing you down. But we must remember were not going through this journey alone, and that the Lord will make His return soon. And until then we must encourage ourselves and others in the Lord. John 16:32-33 says Behold, an hour is coming, and has already come, for you to be scattered, each to his own home, and to leave Me alone; and yet I am not alone, because the Father is with Me. 33"These things I have spoken to you, so that in Me you may have peace. In the world you have tribulation, but take courage; I have overcome the world." We must find our rest, peace and comfort in the Lord and know that He has already defeated sin nailing it to the cross, and Satan would like for us to forget this truth and give up. But greater is He that is in you than he who is living in the world. In other words....give your battle over to God, because were not fighting for victory but from victory!

  • 01:14

    Military Monday Replay with John D. Gresham & USNI Author Capt. Alfred McLaren

    in History

    It is ofter forgotten that just 60 years ago, man knew more about the surface of the moon than about was under the artic icecap. Then, with the coming of nuclear powered submarines in the late 1950's, the U.S. Navy began to explore and operate under the polar ice pack, and the Cold War took a new and deadly turn. Following his graduation from the United States Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland in 1955, Alfred McLaren took a career path that would make him one of the greatest Arctic explorers of all time. Following a tour aboard USS Greenfish (SS 351), Maclaren moved over to his first nuclear powered submarine, USS Seadragon (SSN 584), and began a career of Arctic exploration that has made him a household name in the field. This culminated in the late 1960s when he was part of the commissioning crew of USS Queenfish (SSN 651), which he later commanded on a landmark under ice survey of the Siberian Continental Shelf. His Arctic explorations, along with many other Cold War missions and patrols, made Capt. McLaren something of a living legend within the " Silent Service," which he remains today.


    To learn more about Capt. McLaren, the submarines that he served on, and his explorations/missions during his years of service on American submarines, join best-selling author, historian, journalist, documentary filmmaker, and radio host John D. Gresham (Greshamj01) for Military Monday (#MilitaryMonday on the Writestream Radio Network (@Writestream)) at 1 PM EDT. This week John will be interviewing U.S. Naval Institute Press (@USNIBooks) author and submariner Capt. Alfred McLaren about his submarine career, and his new book, SILENT AND UNSEEN, a memoir of his naval career. So please tun in to hear the interview of a memorable explorer and Cold Warrior.

  • 00:30

    What Does The Word Say?

    in The Bible

    Join us as we continue our study in the book of John

  • 01:11

    Something to think about with John Glencoe

    in Christianity

    The Bible says that the wages of sin is death.  The Bible also declares that immediately before the physical return of Jesus Christ, sin would abound and that it, sin, would be declared normal and that holiness would be mocked and discarded.  We as an American nation have exceeded those conditions.  Is God's jugement coming?  Yes, and sooner than you think.  But remember, God promises those who love HIm protection and redemption. Learn how to avoid the coming judgment of God.

  • 00:19

    John Carver Show - Ray Lewis and All I Know is Grind

    in Self Help

    In this show I found a recording of NFL great Ray Lewis talking to some young basketball students about having the GRIND every single day.  Here are some other words of wisdom from Ray Lewis:


    “Every day of my life, I’m trying to find a different way to get better.”


    “Nobody’s as serious about health and fitness as me, and staying fit is my top priority.”


    “What makes you grind?  You have to always be chasing something.”


    “In any war, you put your back to mine, I put my back to yours, and let’s do what we gotta do.”


    “You’ve got to go out and show them that I’m a different creature now, then I was five minutes ago, cause I’m pissed off for greatness. Cause if you ain’t pissed off for greatness, that just means you’re okay with being mediocre.”


    “My pain is my badge of honor.”


    “The greatest opportunity in the world is found here today… We already know what yesterday has got for us. It’s already gone. Tomorrow, too far away. What about right now!”


    “I prepare so no one can take what is mine, no one can replace my mind, my heart.”


    “You take five fingers. Individually, I can pin any one of them, but if I pin them together (makes a fist), it’s damn near impossible to turn this around.”


    “You have to get back to being kids again.  You can’t never get tired.  I have something burning inside me.  I am a kid all over again.”


    “The day you think you can beat me, show me.  Then move on to the next challenge.”


    “All I know is grind.”


    “In any war who pulls their general out? No one.”

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