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    Becoming Prosperous by Winning at The Game of Life

    in Lifestyle

    Louise Hay, author of You Can Heal Your Life, said"

    "The Game of Life and How to Play It, by Florence Scovel Shinn, helpmed me crystallize my own thinking and move me forward on the path to where I am today."

    This week, I will read from the book and highlight sections that give you insight, strategy and clarity for your own life.

    Call in with questions!


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    The Refractive Thinker® Radio Show: Profitability Through Gratitude

    in Entrepreneur

    Welcome to the Refractive Thinker® Radio Show hosted by the award winning and international bestselling author Dr. Cheryl Lentz, The Academic Entrepreneur.

    Meet the scholars of the award winning doctoral anthology series: The Refractive Thinker®, where we focus on getting doctoral research off the coffee table and into the hands of business owners who can benefit from the results. Academic Research Solutions for Business Results.

    Join us each week for 30 minutes of thought provoking radio, every Tuesday Morning at 9 am MST, designed to discuss emerging topics in higher education and business.  We will meet today’s industry thought leaders and college professors leading the way. 

    The topic for discussion this week: The Refractive Thinker® Radio Show: Business Profitability Through Gratitude--yes it works! Thanksgiving Business Strategies for Success with Dr. Cheryl Lentz

    Sometimes Leadership Comes Softly. New series of stories of hope and humor from active duty military, veterans, and their families. These storiesoffer leadership lessons, as well as perseverance through effective outcomes of challenges that turned into triumphs and victories.  www.TheyAnsweredTheCall.com

    For additional information regarding the 14 award winning series, The Refractive Thinker®, to learn about doctoral scholars in our community, as well as to purchase books in the series, visit www.RefractiveThinker.com; Books may be purchased in paperback and eBooks, as well as eChapters available on Kindle via Amazon.com

    Music by Jim Bennett; voice by Rebecca Bennett/Red Door Multimedia.

  • 01:50

    1$ HoodbRadio

    in Indie Music

    Discuss mondays issue indie underground HipHop R&B or whatever hots Queen Brown Sugar!

  • 00:36

    Episode 70: DSMA Live: 'Rents | Incentives for Diabetes Care and Book Favs

    in Health

    In this episode, Bennet and Lorraine share their opinions on incenting children to care for their diabetes. We touched upon this briefly in Episode 68 with Mike Hoskins, referring to this article on the topic, but we take this opportunity to delve a little deeper.

    We also share our favorite Diabetes Reads, and our new tradition of "two bits" likely of things that have nothing to do with diabetes!

    We hope you'll listen in and give us your feedback. We so want to hear from you and know what you want to hear on future episodes! Let us know here or on facebook or Twitter and Twitter. 




  • 01:06

    RealitySpirituality Radio-Guests "Elder Chicks" Barbara Fliesher & Thelma Reese

    in Self Help

    Barbara M. Fleisher, EdD, a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania and the University of San Francisco, is a retired professor of education. She has worn many hats in her life: public school teacher, learning disabilities/reading specialist, child advocate, college professor in San Francisco, Milwaukee, and Philadelphia, and author.

    Thelma Reese, Ed.D., retired professor of English and of Education, created the Advisory Council for Hooked on Phonics and was its spokesperson in the '90's. In that role, and as director of the Mayor's Commission on Literacy for the City of Philadelphia, she appeared frequently on television and hosted a cable show in Philadelphia. She was a founder of Philadelphia Young Playwrights, chaired the Board of Children’s Literacy Initiative, and organized the World Symposium on Family Literacy at UNESCO in Paris in 1994.

    Together, they have created and maintain the blog, ElderChicks.com. They appear monthly on Rick Toquigny’s Life Lessons Radio- "America's Favorite Lessons Show" (Denver, CO) as he plumbs the ideas and opinions of the ElderChicks. They have conducted many workshops for and about women in their 60s and beyond, and have interviewed over two hundred women about their concerns as they face the new challenges of this stage in their lives –a stage different in so many ways from those faced by the generation that preceded them.

    As the authors of The New Senior Woman:  Reinventing the Years Beyond Mid-Life, published by Rowman & Littlefield in 2014, Drs. Fleisher and Reese provide a framework for spirited discussion of the concerns they found in conversations with over 200 women who range in age from 62 to 100, and come from all walks of life. 


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    11/22/15 - The Becky Juro Show - Guests: Hayden Mora and Alison Gill

    in LGBT

    Hayden Mora and Alison Gill join Becky to talk about their newly formed consultancy and their time at the Human Rights Campaign. Plus news, rants, music and more!

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    Connecting With Your Angels And Pathways

    in Spirituality

    Rebecca J. Steiger is your host. She is a natural born Channeler, who sees the whole of things in this life through the eyes, and voices of the Angels. She is also an Author and her latest book"And The Angels Speaks" will help you find your Devine mission on this earth.

    Rebecca encourages callers, and will be Channeling for others during her show. 

  • 01:18

    Pursuing Your Passion

    in Self Help

    Please join me this Sunday, November 22nd, 2015, at 4:00pm PST, as I welcome Rebecca Carroll to the program. This discussion will chronicle the 29 year old's decision to take a risk and temporarily leave her bank teller job in Melbourne Australia and fly half way around the world to Boston to pursue her dream by taking an internship at InventiveLabs. Becka played netball for the U-15 Australian National Team, but her true passion was to be a fashion designer. Academic struggles in school were the norm due to her ADHD, and upon graduating high school, she found limited opportunities.  Eventually she accepted a position in a bank, but wouldn't let the dream inside of her fade. Listen to Becka's story, as she maximizes this entrepreneurial internship experience to further her pursuit to create her own fashion line. 

    Tom Bergeron, co-founder of the Lab commented, “Becka's story is inspiring. It shows what can be accomplished when you provide an ADHD friendly environment, with a little guidance and encouragement. Our mission is to build on strengths and to turn passion into opportunity.” 

    More information at www.inventivelabs.org/

    Please feel free to call in at (917) 889-7025!

  • 00:15

    Can the African-American Diet be Made Healthier Without Giving up Culture

    in Pop Culture

    Miller says: If you actually look at rural roots of soul food in the antebellum South, it was a cuisine primarily based on seasonal vegetables, and very little meat was eaten. Meat was typically used to flavor the vegetables, which fits into a culinary framework from West Africa, where dried, salted, or smoked fish was often used to one pot meals. Frying was for special occasions, so their food tended to be baked, boiled, or eaten raw. Think about what nutritionists are telling us to eat: dark leafy greens, sweet potatoes, legumes, and fish. These are building blocks of soul food! In the antebellum South, the enslaved were pretty much fed water, vegetables with little meat; prestige foods were only served during special occasions on weekends, when the work schedule slowed down. Because of the shift in tempo, you could do more elaborate cooking using more prestigious and processed ingredients like butter, refined flour, sugar, and whole milk rather than the whole-wheat flour, molasses, and buttermilk that was more readily available. The diet is closer to what we now call vegan. Soul food’s unhealthy reputation grows when more celebration foods and processed foods enter the diet as people become more prosperous. Quite naturally, if you have more disposable income, you start eating the good stuff more often; thus, celebration food becomes more commonplace. This is further compounded by eating more fast food and industrialized food. To me, that’s a bigger factor of perceived health problems in the African American community, more so than soul food.

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    Woman To Woman With Pastor Rebecca -Am I My Sister's Keeper?

    in Religion

    Join Pastor Rebecca live as she shares about the responsibility of having each other's backs as sisters! Phone lines will be open.