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"Show people how to be resourceful in their perceptions and actions. Then, no matter what happens in their lives, there is something they can do to achieve something extraordinary from it." - Dr. John Demartini
Tune in as Dr. John Martini joins Sister Jenna on the America Meditating Radio Program to discuss how to break through.
Dr. John Demartini is a world renowned specialist in human behavior, a researcher, author and global educator. His education curriculum ranges from corporate empowerment programs, financial empowerment strategies, self-development programs, relationship solutions and social transformation programs. His teachings start at the core of the issue, addressing the human factor.
Dr. Demartini has addressed public and professional audiences up to 11,000 people at a time across the world and shared the stage with some of the world’s most influential people. He has written over 40 books and appeared in numerous national and international radio, television and print interviews as well as appeared in movie documentaries such as, "The Secret" and "The Opus." Dr. Demartini has shared the stage with noted speakers such as Steven Covey, Donald Trump and Deepak Chopra. Visit his website at www.DrDemartini.com
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Danisha Williams has no fear of relocating. In fact, she puts it in the must-do category for an inspired life. “As far as uprooting yourself and moving to a new state, I’ve done that a few times and it’s always been fun, exhilitaring, fresh,” she tells Urban Therapy host Omarr McIntyre. “And every time, it’s been to a different part of America. Like to the desert, in Arizona. Back East to Boston. Then back home to Pennsylvania. So you get to experience different things, different people. And you yourself get to grow. Because when you’re in one spot, you don’t get different experiences, you don’t get to meet different types of people when everyone has grown up the same way you have.”
Tiffany Mack Fitzgerald’s resumee has a lot of, ah, holes in it. But that’s a good thing! “When I worked in corporate America, I was getting assigned projects that kept me in my little cubicle, where I didn’t get to interact with many people. And I’d run into young Caucasian interns who were getting very difficult projects while hamming it up with the execuitves and I kept wondering, What’s the deal here?” the founder of Black Girls Golf tells Black Girl Nerds host Jamie Broadnax. “What I eventually found out was these interns would get asked to play a round of golf with the executives—and they went. But I didn’t know how to play and it didn’t seem like something that black people did. So I went to Kmart, bought some clubs for $100 and took five lessons. Then the next time I heard one of the execs say, ‘Let’s go play,’ I went along. And it was like—bam!—I had instant credibility and respect.”
Join us as we talk with Paul Szablowski, the Senior Vice President of Communications and Image at Texas Health Resources, about “Creating a Fascinating Patient Experience.” Paul contends that treating patients should not be limited to prescribing medication and ordering tests. Instead, hospitals should re-examine the entire patient environment starting from the minute patients walk through the door, including lighting in the building and the type of questions that are asked. All these items are important as healthcare organizations find new and exciting ways to engage patients and shift towards value-based, holistic care.
Black family reunions: they’re not just a picnic, says Culture Freedom Radio host Mind Magick. “This past weekend I went to my first family renunion, on my father’s side. I got to see a lot of aunts and uncles I hadn’t seen in many years, and a lot of cousins I didn’t even know I had. And it’s a touching experience because, like, my aunt told me what my dad was like when he was young and how he used to get in trouble. And as soon as my aunt saw my, she started crying. She was so happy because it was like seeing her late brother again. You get to hear a lot of good things about your family that you never heard of.”
Tiffany Davis knows how important it is to remain fresh and adventurous, particularly on the career front. “I grew up in a very conservative family, as families of color tend to be, and I was good in creative fields like writing and drawing, but that was never encouraged. I was geared toward science and academic pursuits, but when I got jobs in corporate America, I was miserable,” she tells That’s So Very Vanessa host Vanessa Bell Calloway. After college, I was on track to become a doctor, but I was never really happy with that. So I got a job in medical publishing. Then I moved into being an analyst at a non-profit, but got laid off. That’s when I said, I refuse to work for anyone else. So I was home one day watching the Food Network and I saw an ad for the Culinary Institute of America. And I liked to cook so I applied and not only got in but got a scholarship. Within two years, I was running the kitchen in a four-star restaurant in Miami.”
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Tonight we talk about if our judicial system is being fair to our accused from when they are arrested to wen they are behind bars. Also we discuss what happens beside bars; between inmates and guards and between inmates and other inmates.
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