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Jennifer Kelton is an entrepreneur, author, social media innovator and dating advisor, who has been investigating the game of love for 30 years. Kelton is founder and CEO of Bad Online Dates, Dress for the Date, Green Knights Entertainment and Bad Date TV, as well as the author of Don't Use My Sweater Like a Towel, a candid dating guide. Her work and book have been featured on countless media sites including; CNN Living, Ryan Seacrest, SheKnows.com , and The Washington Post to name but a few. In this episode Jennifer will shares her tips on how to be sassy not trashy and how to find your personal style when looking for love!
With his fourth solo release (Back Home) on C.A.R. Records, Saxophonist Rob Maletick expresses his love for music by melting together the various styles of musical expression that have made him a sought after musician on stage and in the recording studio. During his 8+ years in the recording industry, Rob has played almost every style of music possible on his 3 saxophones, but has landed in Gospel and Jazz music for his foundation. Often called upon for his "anointed expression" as one radio DJ calls it, Rob has succeeded in creating his own style of Inspirational Jazz that is easily heard on Smooth Jazz radio and Gospel radio simultaneously.
Born and raised in the Washington D.C. suburb of Manassas Virginia, Rob was able to surround himself with music at an early age. Having
music teachers for parents didn't hurt either. After High School, Shenandoah University became Rob's home for 4 years. Learning about the Music Business and Jazz Performance there put him in numerous situations in which he was able to perform with legends Billy Taylor, Bob Berg, and Randy Brecker. Rob credits saxophone professor Joe Eckert with guiding his playing in the right direction throughout the college years.
Big NY, Christian De Mesones, Willie Bradley and Elliott Levine will be stopping by to promote Saturday's Show at K-2 Lounge in Woodbridge VA
Personal development is a lifelong process. It's a way for people to assess their skills and qualities, consider their aims in life and set goals in order to realise and maximise their potential.
Personal development is a lifelong process. It’s a way for people to assess their skills and qualities, consider their aims in life and set goals in order to realise and maximise their potential.
This page helps you to identify the skills you need to set life goals which can enhance your employability prospects, raise your confidence and lead to a more fulfilling, higher quality life. Plan to make relevant, positive and effective life choices and decisions for your future to enable personal empowerment.
Although early life development and early formative experiences within the family, at school, etc. can help to shape us as adults, personal development should not stop later in life. This page contains information and advice that is designed to help you to think about your personal development and ways in which you can work towards goals and your full potential.
How should YOU deal with injustice committed against you? Throw up your hands and do nothing? Use courts of law? Or take personal revenge because courts of law are corrupt? Here's the bigger question? How do you get God on your side, working FOR you in this, and not AGAINST you? St. Peter, (and there's too many jokes about standing before St. Peter in Heaven) had a few words to say about this. And if anybody knew about injustice, it was he. This Thursday evening we'll talk about that, and here from Peter in his own words. Tune in and take notes! Your host: Rev. Rick Anderson, on "Jewish Roots", an internet call-in podcast each Thursday 9:30 pm at www.blogtalkradio.com/fougcrew. Or listen LIVE through Twitter, LinkedIn, GooglePlus or www.facebook.com/fougcrew / To call with a question or comment: 347-324-5759. For archived shows and speaking engagements: www.scripturesdramatized.com
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INTERVIEW GUEST: Dr. Susan R. Cushing is a Practicing Dentist, Speaker and Advocate for taking Personal Challenges Head-on. She is also the Author of Fat No More! The Book of Hope for Losing Weight.
This Week’s Message: At times in life, all of us face personal challenges. How we deal with these challenges can be the difference between winning or losing in the so called game of The experience we gain during these times of personal struggle and success can provide us with an increased level of confidence and an enhanced ability to face all of life’s head- However, even with more confidence and abilities, sometimes we need the motivation to take action and to make real progress in our lives? Is it still possible to achieve the life of your dreams? Is it still possible to find what you believe is your true success? How can you turn your personal challenges into life adventures?
Dr. Susan R. Cushing graduated Cum Laude from Boston College and went on to earn her DMD degree from Tufts University Dental School in Boston, Massachusetts. She has long struggled with her weight and her issues around food and has spent many years learning all she could about nutrition, diets, weight control and anything and everything related to it. In her new book, “Fat No More! The Book of Hope for Losing Weight”, Dr. Cushing candidly shares how she took her lifelong challenge with weight management and food addiction head-on and continues to win at the game of life.
Join Kitty Elavase for another Hot Music Show! Join as she plays the Dirty Blues Chitlin Circuit Style!
Show will air live August 1 @ 12Pm Pst, 2 PM Central and 3PM Eastern. Listen live online http://www.blogtalkradio.com/elavase or via phone 347 426 3673. Check out http://www.kittykattkloset.com http://www.youtube.com/kittykattkloset Remember you can always take us with you. All shows archive. Download all shows for absolutley free!
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This is the podcast you've longed for!
Listen in for perspective and analysis of unfolding world events and the overall changes taking place in society that will help you clarify uncertainty as well as help you grow personally.
Co-hosts Carole Gold and Steve Clark bring a wealth of personal aand professional experience which makes for thought-provoking conversation. Their diverse backgrounds provide a rich persepctive on life's challenges and the many ways we can aproach rising above them.
Carole Gold is a former Attorney, Certified Mediator, Life Coach, Author and lifelong intuitive. She is a mother with a daughter serving in the IDF.
Steve Clark is a former Marine Corps Infantry Officer and Bond Trader who currently works in the technology field in lead generation. Steve is a father with 6 daughters.
Our only agenda is to empower you to be the autonomus, creative, joyful and successful individual you were meant to be.
Its all about energy and is rightful use. We call it "rightuseness." When we each approach challenges with the intention to resolve them in the highest good for all concerned, we use energy the way in which... and for the purpose... it was designed.
No one has all the answers but each of us has a piece of the answer. When we come together, sharing ideas and co-creating solutions we change the world.
Join us and call in to bring your part to this exciting conversation!
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Jean Maurie and Maggie Lukowski are excited to be talking with Michael Bracken.
Michael Bracken, dubbed “The King of Confessions,” has written more than 350 stories for True Confessions, True Story, and other magazines. A prolific writer in multiple genres and author of more than 1,000 short stories, he’s had one or more stories published each month for 133 consecutive months. Author of 11 books under his own name—including All White Girls, Bad Girls, and Tequila Sunrise—he also writes the Spicy Confessions series of short story collections as Rolinda Hay.
His stories “All My Yesterdays” and “Getting Out of the Box” received Derringer Awards, and “Cuts Like A Knife” was short-listed for a Derringer. “Of Memories Dying” appeared on the preliminary ballot for a Nebula Award, and “Dreams Unborn” was named one of the year’s best by the editors of The Best American Mystery Stories 2005. “Snowbird,” co-authored with Tom Sweeney, placed fourth in Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine’s 2007 Readers Award, and he also contributed to two Lambda Literary Award-nominated anthologies.
Additionally, he has edited five crime fiction anthologies, edits several regional publications, and has received many awards for advertising copywriting.
Bracken, who lives and writes in Texas, received his B.A. in Professional Writing from Baylor University. Additional information is available at www.CrimeFictionWriter.com.
Paul Brown has had over 60 # 1 airplay hits to his credit as an artist and producer, not to mention being a two- time Grammy Award winner. Paul has got the groove down as a hit maker and he is the most go to guy that every top artist in the contemporary/urban jazz genre relies on for their next smash hits.
His latest release Truth B Told is due out 7/29 and Paul will be on show to share this very eclectic and powerhouse filled CD like only he can create.
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