• 01:59

    Old School vs New School Mentalities

    in Culture

    Tonite on Reel Talk Radio the topic is,  Old Scool vs New School Mentalities:

    We want our listeners to answers these Questions:

    Are we raising our children better or worse than our parents or grand parents generation?

    Are we more willing or less willing to forgive betrayal in relationships than our previous generation?

    Has chivalry died and if not where has it been hiding?

    Do you take care of your home the way your parents or grand parents took care of theirs?

    We also have the homie CKT SLICK on with some new music and the Nick Hayes with #NICKNOTES the Old School vs. New School version.

    Tune in from 9pm to 11pm

    Call 347 426 3887.... WE WANT TO HEAR FROM YOU!!!!

    Email Music you want played  REELTALKRADIO11@gmail.com

  • 00:29

    Think Like A Boss! Mind over matter.

    in Business

    What determines how high you soar in business? I think certain mentalities prepare you to be a successful entrepreneur. Some people just have it in their DNA. According to Bloomberg 8 out 10 entrepreneurs who start businesses fail within the first 18 months. That's a whopping 80% that crash and burn. Forbes.com list the top 5 reasons for failure as: Knowing your customer, Lack of unique value, Communication, Leadership and direction, and Having a proven business model.

    Tune in as we discuss "Think Like A Boss" with co-host Kentra Byrd with Paisley Blaise Staging & Design.

    Thank you to our premier sponsors Metrolina Realty Group and Paisley Blaise Staging & Design.

  • 00:45

    ghetto mentalities running business and money from it's reach.

    in Spirituality

    Dennis C Latham handles the phone lines while The Ordinary People Society - TOPS Radio Airs and Broadcasts - Ceo, Founder, and HOST Kenneth Glasgow.

    Call-in number: 1 (323) 679-0905 5PM to 7PM CDT - 6PM to 8PM EST


    Spiritual and community support and activism for , encompassing , and , for the homeless, ex-offenders, ex-drug addicts, women in crisis, etc. under the leadership of Dr. Kenneth Glasgow

  • 01:00

    EP25 "Perception"

    in Comedy

    Gorilla Joe and the rillas break it down and get serious on Perception, what it is and how it affects people, observations, mentalities, and life.

    Austin Hairston - austin@gorillajoe.net
    Sean Jenkins - sean@gorillajoe.net
    Nellz Fuller (Ashy) - ashy@gorillajoe.net
    Website - www.GorillaJoe.net
    Joe Email - askjoe@gorillajoe.net
    Twitter - www.twitter.com/TheGorillaJoe
    Webstore - http://gorillajoe.spreadshirt.com
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  • 02:14

    On The Stoop - What makes you?

    in Current Events

    The usual laughs and funny news with Double-R, EM Punk, Moises, and Carlito plus, what's behind the mentality of a New Yorker / New Jersian? So many magazines call us rude and unsympathetic. Why is that? What do you think makes you?

  • 02:01

    Community Involvement

    in Radio

    Peace Love and Light. The Queens of consciousneess have a busy year coming up. We Are ready to tell you all about it. We would like to highlight your community involvements  and shed light on your preparations for basic survival for your family and others. How are you uplifting and enhancing the mentalities of your brothers and sisters?  Tune in for Health tips and poetry, music news and enlightenment.

  • 00:54

    Giving Voice to Your Story with Dorit Sasson

    in Writing

    If there is one thing that ties Dorit Sasson and Karen Levy's stories, it is the fact that they both straddle American and Israeli languages, cultures, mentalities, and histories as part of their identities and who they are.


    She is the author of the coming of age memoir, My Father's Gardens, which tells the story of a young girl who comes of age in two languages, and on two shores, between warring parents and rules that change depending on the landscape and the proximity of her mother.

    Struggling to find her voice and her place in the world as a result of her frequent travels between her native Israel and the United States, she feels that she must choose a place to call home. As her scenery alternates between warm Mediterranean and snow capped mountains, loud-mouthed Israelis and polite Americans, so do her loyalties: Is she more Israeli or American? How will she know when she has arrived? And while she chooses she is slowly transplanting bits of her father’s gardens on foreign soil.

    “In My Father’s Gardens, Karen Levy writes with a seductive clarity and sensitivity, and recounts a compelling tale of conflict and homecoming that tears at the heart. A powerful memoir, beautifully wrought.

    – John Lescroart, New York Times Bestselling Author



  • 01:10

    Kingdom Awareness Radio Host: Pastor Mark Fields

    in Spirituality

    When I became wealthy, I began to realize that there are two separate mentalities when it comes to wealth.  I realized that those that acquire wealth do not seem to worry about their wealth.  They have someone else looking after their books.  But those who are seeking wealth worry about getting it.  These made me realize that if you do not trust the person keeping your books you can get into a great deal of trouble because you will not truly know where your wealth is going.  A good bookkeeper will always create new ways of residual wealth.  Royalty and wealthy people simply walk in knowing that their wealth will never run out, that there is always abundance.

    There is another side of wealth and that is greed and covetousness.  There are those that never seem to be satisfied with what they have and contemplate ways to get more and more, it is never enough.  They are never satisfied so they scheme others out of their wealth.  Others find ways to make other people’s lives better with their wealth.  I realize that with the wealth that I have obtained that I must give it to others so they too can obtain wealth.  Join Kingdom Life Ministries International (KLMi) today for bible study at 6:30pm EST by calling from anywhere around the world. The number to call is (310)982-4267.       

  • 01:30


    in Entertainment

    We pay tribute to our friend Dee Dee Cocheta with a replay of her time on the show.

    Dee Dee Cocheta is known as one of the best PR and Marketing professionals specializing in music, non-profits and entrepreneurs since 1999. She’s been in the entertainment biz for over 20 years and the first known online digital, promotions email queen since 1995. Dee Dee founded A.B.C. Publicity & Marketing based in Atlanta and New York specializing in lifestyle, entertainment and multicultural dynamics. Offering public relations, integrated marketing & social media solutions, A.B.C. is a strategic partner to small businesses, non-profits and entertainment driven companies, brands, products and events.  The focus and foundation has been the reach with the youth, young trendsetters and key influencers who can promote and build a brand organically.  The mission is to assess, build and communicate an idea, image and brand favorably to the world. The company was birthed out of the notion to support the creative ideas and elements of artists, entrepreneurs and foundations that may not always get the attention deserved. ABC is an acronym for Accenting Business & Culture. Dee De’s branding group mixes this with integrity, morality & passion topping it all off with a smile.  Dee Dee Cocheta aims to change mentalities, touch hearts and inspire people with her work. Dee Dee has worked with Arrested Development, Vibe Music Fest, Tony Terry, Tupac Amaru Shakur Foundation, Lisa Left Eye Lopes Foundation, Kim Maxwell, Brandi Ray, Teena Fox, WNBA Atlanta Dream, and Cowboys WR Brian Collins to name a few. 

  • 01:52

    Black Man Products for White People's Profit - A new way to make money

    in Lifestyle

    This show will discuss the "new" ways for white people to profit from black people. How white people are now learning the truth about black history, pretending to embrace it, and profiting from it. It will further expose the mentalities of black people today who tend to only accept information if it comes from the mouths of white people. This show is not racist it is based solely on facts. 

  • 01:11

    Sisters: Real Talk! Will the Real Men Please Stand Up!?

    in Lifestyle

    Many of you remember growing up and hearing your elders refer to someone as a "man's man".  While no one ever provided a literal definition, you knew exactly what that term meant by paying close attention the males around you whom were graced with the title.  A man's man is a real man; a real class act. He's well groomed with proper fitting clothing and attire appropriate for the occasion.  He is worldly and educated, if not by formal schooling then by the school of hard knocks; a gentleman nonetheless. A man's man is polite and chivalrous, but not a punk. He respects women, controls his temper and his liquor and keeps himself in shape. Most importantly, he will admit his faults and errors, because that is what real men do, right?

    Well, a recent article in Elite Daily titled Why Men Aren't Really Men Anymore (http://elitedaily.com/life/culture/why-men-arent-really-men-anymore/) says that the man's man no longer exists and boldly points out the sad state of affairs our men are in today.  According to the article society today is riddled with "boys who are refusing to grow up and man up" and "poor excuses for men have the bodies of adults and the mentalities, as well as the social outlook of [horny] toddlers".

    Is this true? Is this all that we are left with?  Are there no real men left to raise our sons into men that can marry our daughters?  Who is teaching our daughters not to accept anything less than being treated like princesses they are?  What happened? Where is the disconnect?  How did we go from a generation of men who were protectors and providers to a generation of men who carry no responsibility other than to themselves.  There once was a time when men dressed to impress. Today the men are simply wearing dresses!

    Join us as the #MurchisonGirls ask the question...will the real men please stand up!

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