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Dr. Trevicia Williams: Ways to Handle Toxic People & Build Healthy Relationships
Dr. Trevicia Williams continues to discuss National Heart Awareness Month within the context of relationship building. In this episode of Getting There, Dr. Williams talks about toxic people and ways to build powerful relationships. More at http://www.treviciawilliams.com
A critcal part of having healthy relationships is balance across work and life roles. Dr. Williams will also talk with Julie Ann Scott, an entrepreneur and founder of One Drop Miracle (http://www.OneDropMiracle.com), about ways that she can help you achieve balance and success.
On the February 25th 2015 broadcast at 11:30 AM Pacific/ 2:30PM Eastern our special guest is Robert Wachter, MD who is:
'Professor and Associate Chair of the Department of Medicine at the University of California, San Francisco, where he directs the 60-physician Division of Hospital Medicine. Author of 250 articles and 6 books, he coined the term “hospitalist” in 1996 and is generally considered the “father” of the hospitalist field, the fastest growing specialty in the history of modern medicine.
He is past president of the Society of Hospital Medicine (1999-2000) and past chair of the American Board of Internal Medicine (2012-13). In 2004, he received the John M. Eisenberg Award, the nation’s top honor in patient safety.
For the past seven years, Modern Healthcare magazine has named him one of the 50 most influential physician-executives in the U.S., the only academic physician to receive this recognition. In 2014, the same publication also recognized him as one of the 100 most influential people in healthcare. His new book, The Digital Doctor: Hope, Hype and Harm at the Dawn of Medicine’s Computer Age, will be published in April, 2015.'
Join us for an informative chat with a leader in the emerging digital health economy!
February is Valentines Day and National Heart Awareness Month. While most of the attentioon will focus on love, personal relationships and heart health, Dr. Trevicia Williams will discuss all of these aspects within the context of relationship building. In this episode of Getting There, Dr. Williams talks about 8 habits that help people build phenomenal personal and business relationships. Professional success is important to everyone, but still, success in business and in life means different things to different people--as well it should.
A critcal part of having extradoninary relationships is balance across work and life roles. Dr. Williams will also talk to Christine McKee, an entrepreneur and founder of Better Health Designs (www.betterhealthdesigns.com), about ways that she can help you achieve balance and success.
Spiritual Counseling by Minister Cynthia Marie Williams she can help you .
Ranelli Williams with Peter Mingils talking about the subject of.... Beliefs?
Ranelli has not only been a lover of higher education and learning, but also for entrepreneurship.
After becoming Dr. Ranelli Williams, her hope is to further expand her entrepreneurial pursuits by establishing an organization to help individuals transition into entrepreneurship and become strong leaders for God’s kingdom. She endeavors to do this through teachings, workshops, and one-on-one mentoring.
To listen to her recordings of her past shows go to : htpp://www.buildingfortunesradio.com.
Ranell is also an author of her first book, Releasing the Fear and Walking in Faith.
Spiritual Counseling by Minister Cynthia Marie Williams . This is the best show on the planet . We will a call in show . We talk about everthing under the sun . Tall a friend .
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On the Wednesday, February 11th 2015 broadcast at 1PM Eastern and 10AM Pacific our special guest is Amy Baxter, MD Founder and CEO MMJ Labs which is dedicated to personal pain control.
'As a pain researcher, when her son had unnecessarily traumatic routine vaccinations, she knew there must be a better way. Dr. Baxter invented, tested, got over 1M in grant funding, researched, and ultimately developed manufacturing for Buzzy and other Personal Pain Products.'
According to MMJ Labs website:
'Buzzy® is a reusable breakthrough personal pain device that provides natural pain relief. Gate control is the basis for Buzzy®, physiologically overwhelming the body’s pain nerves with benign cold (ice wings) and vibration (Buzzy’s body). Like a dentist jiggling a jaw or putting a burned finger under cool water, cold and vibration control sharp pain from shots, cosmetic injections and IVs, and temporarily relieve muscle soreness and burning from medications. Independently verified research shows Buzzy works!'
Join us for a timely and informative chat!
The decision by the NBC television network to suspend superstar news anchor Brian Williams for six months without pay has prompted a closer look at the US network news culture, and the very future of the TV news business.
Today, Betsy West teaches journalism at the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism in New York. It’s a gentle and prestigious place for aspiring young reporters. But after 30 years as a top-level producer, reporter and documentarian for ABC, CBS and PBS, this 21 time Emmy award winner is intimately familiar with the rough and tumble stratosphere of an industry whose most trusted public face until last week may have been Brian Williams.
West was a CBS senior vice president in 2005 when iconic news anchor Dan Rather was forced out for getting a story wrong. She says those past controversies differ in one significant way with the digital age outcry over Brian Williams’ public “misremembering.”
The ultimate soul crooner, Oakland, California native Lenny Williams possesses one of the most distinctive voices in contemporary music. With his rich, passionate vocal style, he is rightfully regarded as one of R & B's most influential soul men. Williams began his musical career making records that have subsequently become R & B and Pop classics, tunes like the mega-hit "Cause I Love You" (recorded on his solo album) and "So Very Hard To Go," which he recorded as the lead singer for Tower of Power. Lenny Williams' style has transcended into the new millennium, influencing many of today's newest R & B and Pop vocalists.
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