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Dr. Michelle Robin’s guest, Mary Morrissey is a speaker, best-selling author, and consultant for over three decades. Her transformational talks and seminars have made her one of the elite teachers in personal development. As a sought after expert on the “Spiritual Side of Success", Mary has spoken three times at the United Nations, facilitated 3 different week-long meetings with His Holiness The Dalai Lama and met with Nelson Mandela in Cape Town, South Africa to address the most significant issues our world is facing. Web site:www.marymorrissey.com
On Divine Leverage, Success from the Inside Out, Host Devon Plumberg explores "Awareness" and how expansion of your awareness is necessary to bring about success. Are you able to empathize with others and understand their point of view. Have you found your "calling" and are you living the life that you envisioned? Find out why success is not so much what you do or what you've accomplished, but instead, it's who you are. and in order to reach that level of success and happiness, you must first - be aware.
Teen Talk From The Perspective Of A Teenager. Hear Shanaya Ikner Chat About Being A Teenager and Some of The Pressure.
Shanaya Is An Honor Student And Is An Adorable Thirteen Year That Has A Great Out Look On Life Already.
She Loves To Sing, Act and Encourage Others...
All about the Trail Ride, Rodeo and Life
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The Mike Moore Family Time Show
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The Russell Smith Rodeo Show
Co-Host Gus Trent and Co-Host-Side Kick Steve Kutie
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In this encore presentation, Inez Bracy, Lifestyle Strategist and host of the show interviews natural health expert T.C. Hale (aka Tony Hale). Tony began his career in stand-up comedy. Touring professionally as a comic for nearly a decade, he never envisioned that he would one day teach the world how to sleep, poop, and even lose weight.
On Valentine's Day, 2004, Tony lost his voice and it didn't come back. After twenty-three doctors couldn't figure out the problem, Tony decided it was time to dig for his own answers. Eight years later, not only did Tony figure out his own issues, he also happened upon hidden information about how to improve countless other health problems.
Beyond working with many celebrity clients, Tony is on the executive board of The Coalition For Health Education and teaches monthly webinars about nutrition to doctors, nutritionists and other health care professionals from more than thirty-five countries.
You can also find Tony producing documentaries like Why Am I So Fat?, a film that teaches the truth about weight loss. The Kick It In The Nuts series believes in a healthier you. Tony says, "we think it's lame that so many people believe that they are stuck with the issues that plague them." This series teaches the reader how to look at their specific body chemistry and gain a better of understanding of how their body is operating.
Why do Women choose the Wrong Man?
Why do great women pick men who treat them poorly? Smart, beautiful, incredible individuals – who give 110% to a man who in return, are only half-vested, part-time, and approach the relationship with a “me”, not “we” mentality.
Women get into bad relationships over and over because they don’t learn from their mistakes. The wonderful thing about dating is that we attract what we need to work on in ourselves. A woman who needs to learn to love herself is a magnet for men who for a variety of reasons are unable or unwilling to give. When a woman recognizes what the wrong man is highlighting for her – perhaps that she needs to take better care of herself, set better limits, be more assertive, or become better able to entertain herself – she can end the relationship and get to work on growing and developing in ways that will make her happier with herself and thus less susceptible to repeating her dating mistakes.
This kind of personal work is tough because it requires facing inadequacies, inner demons, and fears of being alone. But there’s a clear benefit to considering why you attracted the alcoholic, cheater, Momma’s boy, or commitment phobic and then acting to correct what you discover about yourself from that awareness. Women who stop to reflect on why they chose the wrong guy and accept responsibility for evolving from within to make better romantic choices in the future save themselves a lot of heartache. And the irony is that when you prioritize personal growth over rushing out and finding another guy to fill your time, you end up attracting Mr. Right more quickly — because you are self-sufficient, confident, level-headed, and discerning — precisely the sort of woman Mr. Right is looking for.
Troy Sparks of The Milwaukee Community Journal will discuss the latest with the Brewers and Bucks
Tom Donelson, Tennis/Boxing Columnist will recap the Pacquiao vs Bradley fight plus other related topics
Boston: A year after the bombings
A preview of the NBA Playoffs
Another deal for an owner: City leaders unanimously approve deal for Pacers
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This podcast with Heidi Schuster will explain the legal relationship with a prospective client, understanding their wants, needs, and goals, making a plan that helps them reach those goals through attorney’s assistance. If the attorney can fully understand the client’s concerns and goals, the attorney can help create a strategy to meet those needs. Often times, it’s smart to start with an outline of procedures they can expect, and ask them if they have questions or concerns about it. Utilizing attorneys at lower rates, as well as legal assistants can help bring down costs, without losing the quality of service and expertise that most clients are expecting and looking for. Before ruling out that a lawyer is too expensive, set up a free consult, and give yourself an opportunity to understand the process, and communicate with a lawyer about your goals, and discuss various ways of being able to reach those at a lower rate.
The deadlift doesn't come easy, there is no secret formula, just hard work and working smart. We will speak on working smart, by looking at how you are approaching the deadlift, how strong you are, and last, how your fundementals are on performing the lift. Placing your ego at the door is the first step.
We will discus on increasing the deadlift with an honest evaluation on ways to improve. We cover both convential and sumo style with an overview of looking at how we setup and preparing to make the pull.
We will mention on areas to look at where we can gain more strength if we aren't getting the weight off the floor. Any questions or comments are always welcomed
The Internet has been going mobile for the past few years. So much so that there are now more people accessing the web on their smartphones than there are on all the world's computers combined. Yet few businesses are exploiting the clear advantages that going mobile can bring by adapting their online marketing model. On this week's show, we'll talk about what it takes to start raking in the chips with smart mobile marketing.