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It is Nelson Mandela International Day, a day of service celebrated on July 18, Mandela's birthday. Mandela, the former President of South Africa and Nobel Peace Prize recipient, died at 95 on December 5, 2013. This is the first time the day has been celebrated since his death.
The day was created to honor Mandela and inspire others to carry on his efforts to "take responsibility for making the world a better place, one small step at a time," according to a statement from the Nelson Mandela Foundation initiative.
READ MY LIPS' akaRadioRed goes beyond the typical blah-blah-yada-yada canned interview, engaging multiple guests in spontaneous conversations.
Yes, it's U.S. Memorial Day, but the show will go on LIVE, as usual!
Meet pioneering health scientist Dr. Sherie Vie, author of Free Your Mind, Free Your Body. An Indian Swiss health scientist from South Africa, Dr .Vie was part of the struggle to free Madiba Nelson Mandela. She focuses on Yoga, the Science of Self-Realization, to regenerate the mind and unleash the power of human possibilities. Dr. Vie will explain why sex after dinner can be harmful; how to train your taste buds in 6 days with 6 tastes to satisfy your brain "naturally" and maintain your weight without calorie-counting; and sleep techniques to detox your body and mind, so you can awaken refreshed and energized.
Meet Wendy Witt, America's Aha Attorney! Wendy will teach you how to make good decisions so you can avoid getting bamboozled, ripped-off, and stressed-out. Why "Aha"? After 2 minutes into their conversation with Wendy, her clients exclaim, "Aha! I know what I have to do." Wendy will discuss how good parents accidentally disinherit their children; three ways to prevent your Inlaw from becoming your Outlaw during your divorce; and tips for planning your estate. www.LawAha.com
Neil Haley, The Total Tutor host of the Simply G Radio show, interviewed Madiba Thompson to find out about his business and his physical transformation.
Thompson, a 2-Star Ambassador for Visalus, is a prospecting, recruiting and personal development coach in the home business industry. He worked hard on a physical transformation that also helped him grow professionally and financially.
In the interview, Thompson explained how he went from being a single father of four who was flat broke to making life-changing income in just 8 short months thanks to The Visalus Challenge.
His latest 90-day challenge, which Thompson also discussed on the show, has taken things to the next level. He hired a personal trainer and, thanks to this move, now has an accountability partner. According to Thompson, this helps him stay focused on reaching his goals.
Thompson said he believes in the great leadership in Visalus, especially as they continue to improve the messaging. He is also pumped about the new Challenge and is especially about Project 10, a program that helps a person reach his or her goals 10 pounds at a time. This is the magic number. When people reach their goal they will help a child who is struggling with their weight.
During the discussion, Thompson also boasted that he is excited about launch of Visalus events in Germany and Austria and explained what it is like to work with Vimillionaire GJ Reynolds.
"GJ has tremendous integrity," Thompson said. "He always is a man of his word. He has been around Visalus for years and is here for the long run. Not only does he value the people he works with, but he is also fun to be around."
You can find out more information on Thompson by going towww.madibathompson.com. You can listen to the interview by going towww.simplygmedia.com.
Red River Radio would like to welcome journalist and author Danny Schechter to Chat Time With Fran Lewis. Danny is the author of Madiba A to Z: The Many Faces of Nelson Mandela (Seven Stories Press) We will talk about the book, the response from the Academy of Arts and Sciences and focus on his many interviews with Nelson Mandella as well as his career as a journalist. I am your host Fran Lewis the creater and editor of MJ magazine, The Faces Behind the Stones Series and the Bertha Series. Please join me in the chat room and take part in this show. Fran Lewis is your host: Educator, reading and writing staff developer, dean, author and host of Book Discussion and Chat Time on Blog Talk Radio
I find it baffling that human beings are unable, and unwilling, to remember to love one another, and to "do unto others..." in today's world.
On this broadcast, I will speak about the legacies or Dr. King, Madiba, Gandhi, and other gentle, powerful, audacious human beings for whom doing what was RIGHT, was a "no-brainer"!
And, as usual, we welcome your calls, thoughts, opinions! Be sure to call in at Guest Call In: (760) 283-5125!!!
" The Revolution that Nelson Mandela dedicated his life to achieving so many years ago has not yet been completed! Nelson Mandela was nothing less than the pre-eminent strategist, moral guide and military commander of the forces that attempted to carry out that Revolution. He played his role - and what a tremendous role he played! Let us honor his memory by striving to complete that sacred Revolution"
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President, Clement Payne Movement
Chairman, Caribbean Pan-American Network
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Let's (continue to) celebrate the Life, Love, & Legacy of Madiba - (Nelson) Rolihlahla Mandela (July 18, 1918 - December 5, 2013). I'd love to hear your tributes. So, please join me at (718) 506-1878. Hear ya then? much Love & Love much!
What a man! Meet the people who influenced the evolution of Madiba Nelson Mandela. With a life so rich, so full - 95 years - any attempt to single out a moment or an experience or any one stop along his remarkable journey as the stand alone of who Madiba is robs that person, defrauds that cause, and bars that observer from the wealth of a grand life - one from which we are all otherwise easily enriched. A tribute.
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Please join me Saturday morning for our online radio show -- onCUE!... Helping people "lead where they are".
On this week’s show, we continue our series of Difference Makers, who are serving selflessly, impacting this generation, and making a difference.
We will celebrate the life and legacy of Nelson Mandela through the lens of a Mandela Family friend, Dr. Gerald Turner. Dr. Turner, CEO & Managing Director of Enterprise Performance Management Institute, is accomplished executive, business advisor, and executive coach and help us to understand 1) Mandela’s legacy and 2) what can leaders learned from Mandela?
In addition, we kick-off “Domino Talk” with the Smith Brothers, Nehemiah and Jacques Smith. We will discuss the question of the day and the “Big Six” topic of the week -- No one knows what that topic is…
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Series: Transformational Leadership: Difference Makers
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On Saturday, December 14, 11:00 to 1:00 PM a celebration of life ceremony for the late President Nelson Mandela, took place at Boys and Girls High School, 1700 Fulton Street, in the Bedford Stuyvesant section of Brooklyn, New York City. The event was hosted by Bob Meyers of the Central Brooklyn Jazz Consortium/CBJC... After a opening drum ceremony performed by drummers including Baba Wesley Gray and Baba Shanto who performed libation...Keynote speaker Republic of South Africa Consul General, George Monyemangene addressed the audience. He was preceded by Dr. Rev Karen Daughtry, Minister Muhammad, Viola Plummer of December 12 and a host of other speakers...Immediately following the indoor celebration a motorcar procession drove thru the community after meeting at a South African community vigil at a school playground, near M.S. 113, DeKalb Avenue at Carlton, in the Fort Greene section of the borough.
The People of Brooklyn fondly remember Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela. The international icon of peace and justice visited the borough on June 21, 1990 (just months after his release from Robben Island) during his eight city USA tour. NYPD estimated 100,000 Brooklynites greeted the president’s motorcade as it passed thru the neighborhoods of East New York, Fort Greene; his first official stop on this tour was at Boys and Girls High School where he addressed New Yorkers.
Al Sharpton’s National Action Network, labor union SEIU, AFL/CIO Transport Workers Union Local 100, Madiba Restaurant, and Central Brooklyn Jazz Consortium/CBJC are some of the organizations behind this event. City-wide elected officials, faith based, and community leaders are expected to be among the people attending.
Better late, than never...so, let's celebrate the Life, Love, & Legacy of Madiba - (Nelson) Rolihlahla Mandela (July 18, 1918 - December 5, 2013), for real this time (technical challenges during the original show). I'd love to hear your tributes. So, please join me at (718) 506-1878. Hear ya then? much Love & Love much!
Today I present Nelson Mandela the Ultimate Life Coach Part 2 of 2
We, along with the rest of the world, were deeply saddened to learn of Nelson Mandela's passing on Dec 5 2013. I knew, like so many of us, that Nelson Mandela's days were coming to a close. And still, when I heard that he had passed away in his home in Johannesburg, South Africa, sadness washed over me.
I reflected on what he meant to me, to South Africans, to those fighting for peace and justice around the world, on the role he played in transforming his country and the minds and hearts of millions, and on the legacy he leaves. I am in awe, I recognize, for what one human being did in the course of a lifetime.. simply transformed the world.
By any standard, Madiba, as he was fondly referred to by those who loved him, lived a robust, fulfilling and impactful life. Few people have had as much impact on history as Mandela had. History will remember him as one of the greatest men-greatest philosophers who ever lived – not a perfect man but a mature man of values and convictions who made so much of a sacrifice to re-write the history of generations of South Africans and the world.
In this series we explore life lessons I have gleaned from his life, such as: Don’t be afraid to believe in the Impossible, Let your Passion formulate and commit you to the life you want to lead, Be true to your Core Values especially when you are in transition or fearful, Forgiveness and Compassion are strategic wellness tools to name a few