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Generally speaking people don't like to take risks.Some associate "risk taking" with a negative meaning like gambling. Most people simply prefer not to take risks because it upsets and disturbs their comfort zones. This week we will continue the midrash (discussion) on comfort zones by talking on "What is taking a risk?"
John Keedwell, Award Winning Author & International Professional Speaker brings you Radio Moonlight
The Moonlight Illusion is a phenomena John personally witnessed at night when filming in Mali in the Sahara desert.
This extraordinary experience changed John's perspective on a lot of things and so many other experiences he had on the desert had the same impact. As a cinematographer, John had the pleasure of working with big names in the music industry and big broadcasting corporations. Each story, experience, challenge comes with a lesson in life and business.
This led him to ask these profound questions that he's also asking you:
Imagine you were able to create your own movie of your own life and map out your future from pre-production to the end credits.
What kind of story would YOU write for yourself to appear in?
How long would you wait before you started the movie?
What would you need for this project?
What risks would you be willing to take to get your movie produced?
What mindset would you need to complete the project?
Listen in and learn from John how using what you already know you can write a box office success
Norman Woods, once chose to be recognized and performed as N-Side, the blessed one. He felt that the name represented his appreciation for being able to express his internal struggles and various stages of his triumphs. Later on, he chose to be called N-Side and The Tribe, acknowledging appreciation of his band, He refers to his style as “Soul dialog”. Covering a variety of subjects, soul dialog is what takes place when you are engaged in meaningful conversation. These are the types of conversations, where each individual can feel as though they can contribute and participate.
N-Side's poetic work is done in a traditional style, which reflects his love of poetry from the "Harlem Renaissance" era. Most of his poetry is influenced by the writing of Langston Hughes, James Weldon Johnson, Arna Bontemps, Countee Cullen and so on. His contemporary jazz influences include, but are not limited to, Red Garland, Donald Byrd, Gil Scott-Heron, Sekou Sundiata and his favorite poet, Kamau Da'aood.
Join Zaiyah and Uptown for a conversation and listening party with the brilliant and talented Mr. Norman N-side Woods.
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THIS WEEK'S EPISODE: Kevin "Khao" Cates, is a multi-platinum Grammy award winning producer with over 30 Million records sold with such artist as Jay-Z, TI, and R Kelly to name a few. A major player in the music industry, Khao, maintains full control over his production and publishing—a feat almost unheard of in his field. A philanthropist - He is the Founder of Bridge Da Gap, a non-profit that uses HipHop for educating students. He is also the founder and creator of KOOLriculum a technology that supports learning for K-12.
Wealthy Sistas® Radio, is a production of Wealthy Sistas® Media Group, Each week the host Deborah Hardnett interviews extraordinary business owners who share their real life, uncensored and uncut stories of triumphs and mishaps on their journey. Each show is packed with sound business concepts that offer solutions to business professionals globally. And is intertwined with some of the greatest R&B music of all time. Listeners will find Wealthy Sistas® Radio show both informative and inspirational and entertaining.
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IBM toxic pool defies cleanup
TOM WILBER, Special to the Press & Sun-Bulletin 1:37 p.m. EDT April 5, 2015
A remedy for a concentrated pool of solvents directly under the manufacturing site where at least 1,500 people still work may take years to find.
(Photo: Jeff Platsky / staff photo)
The contaminated hot spot lies under an area the size of eight village blocks.
Situated over and near the source area, and blocking access to cleanup, are dozens of buildings.
To date, nearly 70,000 gallons of solvent %u2014 more than 40 tons %u2014 have been pumped from the ground.
ENDICOTT – After 35 years, IBM Corp. contractors have stanched the flow of industrial solvents into a commercial and residential district in the heart of the village, but they have yet to find a solution for the source of the problem at the company's former flagship manufacturing plant.
Officials recently reported that efforts to intercept and remove the subterranean flow of hazardous chemicals coming from the industrial complex — now owned by Huron Real Estate Associates — have been successful. Consequently, health risks to a nearby neighborhood have been eliminated.
Yet they have no remedy for a concentrated pool of solvents directly under the manufacturing site, where at least 1,500 people still work. Full story: http://www.pressconnects.com/story/news/local/2015/04/05/ibm-tce-issues/25302109/
The World of Ideas Show tonight 6/28/15 @8:30PM EST. After the weekly review of the week, host Kasaun Henry introduces Part 10 of the “Black Lives Series.” On this episode, Kasaun interviews Dr. Shalem Coulibaly, who will discuss his vision of Pan-Africanism in the twenty-first century.
Dr. Shalem Coulibaly has a doctor of philosophy degree from the the University of Paris I, Pantheon-Sorbonne. He has taught at several high schools in France as well as in the universities of Tel Aviv, Jerusalem and Ougadougou. He was former collaborated with YIISA and Yale University. He wrote articles focused on globalization, modern African political and social history (regional focus: West Africa, East Africa, Southern Africa). Coulilbaly authored a the novel Dialogue With the Neck, which deals with the problem of Negros moral rearmament and investment in their cultural fundamental in the current context of globlalization.
The "Black Lives Series" is an exploration of a number of significant Black-American themes and issues that shed light on the state and future of black people in the twenty-first century. Some of these are, black identity, black solidarity, black culture and its triumphs and flaws, black education, incarceration, leadership and more. Kasaun attempts to clear the midst of the flawed perception of race and culture in America and lay down a path for positive change.
Alcohol drinkers and drug users rarely see their habits as a problem. It's the people around them who have the problem: the ones who love them who must indure their irrational behavior and unpleasant personality distortions, their unreliability and unpredictability, the embarrassment and disappointment, and the constant apprehension of wondering when the next episode of drunken, drugged out behavior will hurt, shame and humiliate the family. When women suffer from substance abuse, it is often an outgrowth of depression from some unhealed wounds from childhood, frequently sexual assault, physical abuse, verbal abuse, or abandonment. But when the family nurturer, the mother, is herself hurting, the whole family experiences her pain, and they too, grow up emotionally scarred. Pamela Frazier, A National Certified Addiction Counselor, operates N' The Spirit Transformational Living, a licensed recovery home for women. Today she shares with us the challenges and triumphs of women striving to overcome addictions and what loved ones can do to help.
Hosted Marti Oakley
Guest: Bruce Wiseman
Bruce Wiseman is the U.S. President of the Citizens Commission on Human Rights. He has testified before bodies of both houses of the United States Congress, as well as state legislative and judicial bodies in Colorado, Arkansas, New Jersey, Tennessee, Pennsylvania and Florida. He has also testified before the Food and Drug Administration; the President's Commission on Mental Health; the President's Commission to Reform Special Education; and the National Institute of Mental Health’s Consensus Conference on ADHD. He has made more than 800 radio and television appearances including CNN, Fox National News, NBC's Dateline and The Montel Williams show, and has been quoted in print media across the country, including The New York Times. He has a Master’s Degree, Summa Cum Laude, in American History from the California State University at San Jose, and is the former Chairman of the Department of History of John F. Kennedy University. Mr. Wiseman is the author of the compelling book, Psychiatry: The Ultimate Betrayal and for five years hosted the acclaimed, nationally syndicated radio show, Take America Back.
Federal Law Could Allow Once Criminal Marketing of Psychotropic Drugs to Now Occur With Impunity—Increase Drug Risks Especially to Children & the Elderly
Here’s the link to the story: http://www.cchrint.org/2015/06/15/federal-law-criminal-marketing-psych-drugs/
Please join me and my special guest for yet another phenomenal listening experience as we get to the heart of the counseling culture in our community. We will delve into the myths, reservations, benefits and triumphs as we discuss the benefits of great counseling!
Lisa Slade is a renowned counselor that has extensive experience in individual, family and trauma counseling we will have a lively and interesting discussion.
Please be prepared to ask your questions and share your intellectual contributions.
Today on The Career Brand Blog Radio, we will discuss “Contract Work – How to find it? Dos and Don’ts for keeping it.” Guest expert Foster Williams will empower listeners with powerful information such as:
Benefits and risks associated with contract positions
Prevalent contractor roles
Names of firms who hire contractors
This will be a fantastic chance to learn about new opportunities for growing your career.