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Join A Priceless Perspective as we welcome special guest, Brenda Usher who shares a powerful story of overcoming the odds. Born and raised in Rochester, New York, Brenda tells of how she narrowly escaped a life of poor choices, self-destructive behaviors, and near death; to now living a life of power and purpose as she helps others overcome low self-esteem, domestic violence and poor choices.
Special guest Michelle L. Whitlock, author of How I Lost My Uterus and Found My Voice: A Memoir of Love, Hope, and Empowerment.
This series will be dealing with overcoming the odds in circumstances that sometimes seem to be against our favor, and in many cases almost a life or death experience.
For Michelle Whitlock, she had everything going for her: in great shape, a promising career, beautiful romance... but then her worst nightmare hit her - she was diagnosed with invasive dervical cancer.
We will deal with her overcoming from victim to victor and ensure this show will be a promising show of encouragement, empowerment and hope for many dealing with this very issue, whether self, family or friends.
Today we will discuss Overcoming Adversity in Today’s Climate of Chaos. Your host is Sister El will continue with the platform of health, positive
thinking and business. We will discuss current conditions and focus on solutions. Our goal will be to have listeners and callers contribute with real life
situations/solutions for the issues we are currently facing as a nation. Please call into to express yourself 424-222-5250 press 1 to speak with the
host. We will touch upon Ferguson and other situations like this. How is this really affecting this country? With the state of the economy what have
you done to prepare for unforeseen circumstances. Have you been studying the laws in your area? Are you eating the right foods to keep you mental
and physical strength on a Higher Frequency? All of this and more will be our focus today.
Do you know how to beat Vegas? Do you want to make money? Are you ready to beat the Odds?
"What are the Odds" gives you the insight you need to beat the Vegas Odds makers and come home with money in the bank. Hosted by Vince O'Connor and Bobby Dinero... What are the Odds puts money in your pockets... Weekly!!
Not much for topical issues this week, we'll cover odds and ends and run a rare OPEN PHONES hour for our first hour on the podcast. On a small level we'll cover the Oakland A's slide following a blockbuster trade of Yoenis Cespedes for the Red Sox' Ace Jon Lester. Has it not been worth the trade so far after the A's lost 7 of 8 games? Will the A's still be confident they made the right choice following the dog days of summer? That AND Kevin on the Cape back with Dave for an extended "Random Questions" in Hour 2 or even earlier. Dave is going to owe Kevin a big apology! Special note: The title of the show has nothing to do with anything. Next week is our NFL Preview podcast.
The Red Light Sports Network is proud to present "The Spread" (@TheSpreadRadio) a sports wagering show which breaks down weekly line movements, futures odds, gambling theory, value, wagering strategy and bankroll management. Hosted by JA (@TheSpreadJA), Co-Founder and Managing Director of the show's sponsor CoverThatSpread.com (@CoverThatSprd). Experienced gambler looking for a new edge? We've got you covered. Trying sports wagering for the first time? We've all been there.
Join us weekly for some helpful tips as you gear up for the NFL and College Football seasons. Fasten your seat belts and put your foot on the gas - make sure you cover with Cover That Spread this Football Season.
Guest speaker, Carla Towns is a twenty-one year old independent author, poet, and business-minded Entrepreneur.
Writing since the tender age of seven, her work is mostly based on her experiences in life, and how she dealt the loss of her mother as a young girl, and afterwards changing living arrangements several times. From ages sixteen through eighteen she was in foster care which she says was one of the single hardest battles she’s had to overcome - even now that she lives on her own.
Carla was diagnosed with Infantile Cerebral Palsy after her mother gave birth to her, due to three strokes which led up to her brain Injury. Doctors said that Carla would not be able to talk, hear, speak or breathe on her own. They were wrong! She can do all but one of those things and doesn’t see it as a roadblock.
Because of the Cerebral Palsy she is wheelchair bound; but she refuses to be held back. Carla wakes up with a smile, with dignity and a plan to reach out to other individuals overcoming their individual challenges –whether they be able bodied or in wheelchairs. She has a passion for life and fights toward equality for everyone.
On May 2011, Carla was aired on her local news where she spoke to a crowd of individuals with developmental disabilities. She both encouraged and inspired the crowd. She was quoted saying “Just because [we] don’t look the same doesn’t mean we don’t have the same heart.” Carla says that she will keep writing and continue to inspire others.
On tonight's show host Pamela Marie Edmunds will be interviewing Author Hilary Jamron. They will be discussing Hilary's book "Surrealistic Trials; Surving Life After Death." What happened to HIlary? What did she learn? What can we learn from her experience?
More About Hilary Jamron;
Hilary Jamron “died” from a drug overdose at the age of eighteen and journeyed to the so-called Other Side. Defying all odds, a grim prognosis, and a lengthy coma, she managed not only to survive but also to maintain conscious contact with both her higher self and her guardian angel. Despite having sustained a permanent brain injury, she graduated college with a B.S. in community social psychology at Johnston Center for Integrative Studies, one of the University of Redlands' Centers of Distinction. After that, she established a successful career in the mental health field, working in substance abuse, dual diagnosis, and—for the past twenty years—with schizophrenics.
Her writing has been published in both national and international educational and professional publications through the University of Washington, the federal Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), and the Public Health Agency of Canada. The impact of her hepatitis C exacerbated Hilary’s brain damage and ultimately forced her to give up her career. Her health issues progressed and now limit her physical mobility as well as cognitive functioning, yet she teaches by example that we must never give up.
11am CST: Finding My Way With Kayla Padgett: This English/Korean Talk Show hosted by Award Winning Recording Artist, Kayla Padgett is a breath of fresh air that WOWS you with wisdom.
Overcoming Abuse God's Way
Host: Janet Marie Napper
Featured Guest: Virginia Gail Howard, Founder & Executive Director of The Healing Place Of Texarkana
12pm CST: A Voice For Our Time Radio Program
Host: Charlana Kelly
Featured Guest: Barbara Michael
There's an urgent call to prayer for all who believe in Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord. Join this week's program with host Charlana Kelly and her guest, international intercessor and pastor, Barbara Michael to hear what the Spirit of the Lord is saying to them both in prayer! No doubt God is calling us all up higher.
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DeDe Murcer Moffett - Entetaining Leadership Speaker, Author and Host the Snap Out of It! Show and inspires you to Ignite YOUR Snap Power - Go From Numbed Out to Fully Alive!" Meet DeDe September 26th at the "FailingUp" Women's Business Conference. Bring DeDe to your next event and get your group up on their feet, ready to Snap Out of It! and Move Toward Success www.dedemurcermoffett.com
Today's FailUp mentor is Linda Rutherford, Vice President of Communication and Outreach for Southwest Airlines. Join DeDe, friends, women in leadership and the success mentors at the FailingUp Women's Conference in Addison, Texas on September 26th. Register for this amazing conference today! Space is limited. Move your life and career forward faster! Register here!
Linda Rutherford is Vice President of Communication and Outreach for Dallas-based Southwest Airlines, the nation’s largest airline in terms of Customer boardings. Responsibilities include overseeing media relations, special event planning, crisis communications, social business, emergency response and business continuity planning, community relations and charitable giving, corporate community affairs, public relations, emerging and multimedia, legislative communication/grassroots activities, Southwest’s Speaker’s Bureau, employee communications, and graphic design and creative services.
Prior to joining Southwest Airlines, she was a reporter for several Dallas-area suburban newspapers as well as with the Dallas Times Herald, and she began her career with Newsweek magazine in New York.
Linda joined Southwest in 1992 and took her post as Vice President in 2006.
So many of us have lived years not trusting ourselves with food or even being afraid of certain foods. Beating ourselve up for indulging and never being satisfied with the way our body looks. Food is to be enjoyed and eating it with pleasure is an amazing feeling. Join me and my special guest Mindy Gorman-Plutzer as we discuss her challenges with food and body image, how she overcame them, and how you can eat with pleasure and not fear.