• 01:00

    Make it Happen

    in Lifestyle

    More with DR RAWSON, on how to go from poverty to wealth..as well as how to have the Perfect Relationship.....
    also Tony Marino and Coach Frankie Picasso talk to you about how to get through Valentines Day without the blues....

  • 00:44

    Donna Darzentas - Senior VP - SD & HSE Mol Group

    in Women

    Donna Darzentas

    Very early in her career Donna Darzentas was one of the first females within an oil and gas company, a very male dominated sector. She had to face the "prove yourself first concept", that is to say that she had to prove first that she could meet challenges before being compensated equal to her male colleagues. Donna is today Senior VP - SD & HSE at Mol Group, a large international Oil & Gas company whose headquarters are in Hungary. 
    Prior to her current role Donna worked as Vice President in Walter Energy, an international mining company specializing in metallurgical coal production and processing, where she was a key member of the Business Team reporting directly to the President of Canadian and European Operations. Before that she also held several managerial positions in BP, including the position of Vice President of Health, Safety and Environment in BP Global and the position of Health, Safety and Environment Director in TNK-BP (leading Russian oil company specializing in crude oil processing).

  • 00:15

    Allow me to introduce myself... an Introduction to Mrs. Make It Happen!

    in Lifestyle

    isten in to the debut episode of The Chronicles of Mrs. Make It Happen. We will be discussing an introduction of Mrs. Make It Happen, and the topics that will be discussed. E-mail me topics @ info@mrsmakeithappen.com Feel free to call in... Hopefully, you enjoy it!

  • Jasbindar Singh - Leadership coach, author and professional speaker

    in Women

    Jasbindar works as a coaching psychologist, leadership coach, author and professional speaker with over 30 years experience. She is the Director of
    SQ Executive Management Consultancy Ltd; an Auckland based coaching and consulting practice. 

    Jas choose to go against the grain of what was expected of her as a young Indian girl to pursue her passion and left home at the early age of 16. She created her life in a new country without all the normal support systems one could rely on. She has now been a solopreneur for nearly a quarter of a decade and is still going!

    Although Auckland has been her home for nearly 40 years now, she is an insightful, adventurous and thoughtful person who loves to dine out, watch movies and travel to far-away lands...

    Jas will share with us how she is encouraging/reinforcing herself and others to not give up on their dreams and to find one's mojo and live that as best as possible, in spite of the constraints.

  • 00:28

    Make it Happen

    in Business

    Making the hire happen is often just a matter of listening, and showing up.  Candidates bail this week because potential employer doesn't follow through.

    Join Kristie Santiago and Barbara Goldman, as they sort out problems in hiring. 

  • 00:43

    Anja Degenhardt - Quitting everything for a life altering world trip

    in Women

    Anja Degenhardt grew up in a tiny village in former Eastern Germany close to the border. She was 8 when the wall came down. Her parents, who were blue collar workers, struggled wit unemployment thereafter. That is probably why financial security became so important to Anja. Although she wanted to stay close to her home, she found an apprenticeship in Frankfurt, 200 kms away from there.  After that apprenticeship she choose security and money and studied while working full time in real estate. She got the opportunity to do international real estate and loved that she was working with parts of the world she had never seen before. She had the opportunity to work in the company's foreign branches in the UK and the US without having to leave her comfort zone. In London, a colleague told her that she had saved money and had done a worldtrip, although very tempting, that seemed totally out of reach for her in her current situation. 5 years later, after she worked 6 mths in the NY Branch of her company, her boyfriend (now husband) and her did a 4 week roadtrip all the way down to Key West. Realizing that there is not enough time to spend on the road she started thinking about a worldtrip. She felt a bit misplaced when she returned to her job but kept on working there for another 3 years.
    Anja will tell us what happened next during our interview!

  • 01:00

    New Year, New You ... Let's Make It Happen!

    in Women

    You know the saying, “New Year, New You”, well let’s make it more than a saying this year! Let’s make it happen!

    Chris Alexandria’s misson is to empower people around the world to live life on their terms (http://www.angelchatter.com/). She’s turned the concept of ‘affirmations’ on its head with the development of what she calls Askfirmations – taking the commonly used positive statements and mantras and turning them into positive, present-tense questions. Making it easier to get the very things you desire most. She’ll explain the concept of askfirmations and how we can use them to make this year our best year yet!

    Next up Dr. Todd Nelson (http://www.tolwellness.com/), an expert in holistic medicine, will share some natural alternatives to many common problems. He has helped his patients find natural solutions to ailments like hormonal issues, PMS, menopause, anxiety, depression, insomnia and digestive problems. He’ll share some self-care strategies with food, supplements, herbs and cleansing that you can begin using immediately to make some positive changes in your health and mood.

  • 01:56

    10 ways to make change happen in your life

    in Spirituality

    Join Scott for the first show of 2015 as we talk about ways to make change happen in the new year! How can you make your life better by asking yourself the right questions? Feel free to call in for free coaching and to contact Scott for your one on one discounted rate session today at poperception@aol.com or follow the show on twitteer at @poperception for the latest news or to be a guest or show sponser! This is your moment!

  • 00:30

    The Chronicles of Mrs. Make It Happen

    in Music

    This Episode Mrs. Make It Happen will be discussing the Beanie Sigel/ Jay-z dispute that seems to be rocking the world. Is it one sided, will Jay strike back, and is Beanie shaking hands with the devil.

  • 00:18

    DJ Nothin Nice Talks With President Of Let's Make It Happen Together Inc.

    in Current Events

    DJ Nothin Nice sits down with the president of the organization that put together the Unity March in Fayetteville NC. "Let's Make It Happen Together Inc. President Swan Davis talks the purpose of the Unity March, the up coming Free Selma Movie Viewing for the community and the mission behind his organization. Don't Miss It! 

  • 00:24

    Emma Meston - Art director and jewel designer, founder of Ikone Paris

    in Women

    Emma Meston is the owner of Icone Paris. From a very young age, Emma, whose father sold antics, was fascinated by ancient extremely refined objects. She immersed herself in different cultures and traditions through countless trips in the world. Fascinated by women’s ornaments and beauty, she decided to make a living out of her lifelong passion. She launched her first brand Almaya Marceau, revealing to the public what she has imagined for years: baroque and sensual jewelry made with metal lace. She is the creator of this very special know-how which became quickly renowned in the luxury industry.

    In 2003, she developed jewels for Christian Lacroix's haute couture fashion shows. She also created limited edition lines of jewelry for Caron. Nike placed a special order and jewelry shoes were exposed in the VO gallery for the Parisian retro-basket event. In 2006 Chivas asked her to customize their vintage bottle. Her work was exhibited for several years in the best Palaces of Paris such as the Ritz, the Crillon and the George V four Seasons hotels. Her favorite piece, her icone, is a tiara-crown representing French craftsmanship. It was exposed in the fashion week in Milan and appeared twice at the Cannes Film Festival.

    Two years after its creation, she was present in more than fourty prestigious places around the world. She chose however to return to a more personal way to meet clients and be in tune with their wishes especially for women preparing their wedding. Through Ikone Paris Emma's ambition today is to reveal the best of and sublimate women. She also works closely with personnal shoppers, and is still referenced and suggested in the nicest palaces for the quality of her service.

    See her work at www.ikone-paris.com

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