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Have you ever reflected upon what creates your thoughts, mind, and attttude around the topic of money & sex?
This is our very first introductory session where we are designing ways to discover how sex and money are impacting your leadership.
We seek to determine the social charge that is related to the topic and how it affacts our everyday lives. We learn to let go of the negative beliefs and patterns of information that do not serve us any longer.
What would it mean to you to open up your sex? What would it be like to be able to fully recieve? To just open and receive any and all stimuli, no matter what the perceived outcome?
Who do you need to be in order to own the fullness of your power? How would it impact your attraction to money?
Maria shows you the way to the path of money and sensuality. Come join and play along.
Running a social campaign with all the right bells and whistles needs a plan. Deb Evans and Jack Monson invited Haley Connor, Marketing Manager, Pinot's Palette to discuss their recent campaign .... to name their pig!
Visit Pinot's Palette: www.pinotspalette.com and www.facebook.com/PinotsPalette
Tweet with us using #SocialGeekRadio and join the Facebook conversation: www.facebook.com/socialgeekradio
Social media has its ups and downs! Without emotion behind the words, a lot of misunderstandings can and do occur. This can lead to hurt feelings and ruined friendships. We also discuss cyberbullying and other issues surrounding social media and our modern world.
American Vernacular takes aim at the hypocrisy of Facebook and its less-than-rightful owner, Mark Zuckerberg, the company's support of right-wing social and political agendas, its insidious suppression of 1st amendment rights according to its code of decency and outsourced content control, and why Facebook has become the most sophisticated weapon for the killing free speech and expression in American politics while dismantling the fundamental ideals of the US Constitution. Can money be allowed to buy that?
This is your chance to challenge the idea and meaning of social media and why the timing might be perfect for Google+ to become serious competition for those seeking an alternative for social and political expression. Tune in and join the conversation at (619) 768-2924.
AV continues our "Remember In November" campaign to get you to the polls.
SOCIOECONOMICS WITH TYREE SNEED
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The new social media
Tonights topic we will be discussing "Internet Validation".In todays world it almost seems like if you don't have a social media following you might be considered an "nobody, in the eyes of those who base their social status with online approval. Many will go above and beyond just to be likes or claim a reputaion online that does not exist in their real life.
Tonight we will talk about why this is happening all so often and becoming so popular with todays society.
October 23, 2014 - LIVING A RICHER LIFE ~ Life Changing Talk Radio
THEME: Leveraging Intersectionality or LI – What is it and why is it important?
Dr. Fay Cobb Payton – Professor, Researcher, Diversity, Inclusion & Technology Advocate and the author of “Leveraging Intersectionality: Seeing and Not Seeing”
THIS WEEK’S MESSAGE:
Intersectionality is a term that was coined by American professor Kimberlé Crenshaw in 1989. Intersectionality is most commonly defined as the interconnected nature of social categorizations such as race, class, and gender as they apply to a given individual or group, regarded as creating overlapping and interdependent systems of discrimination or disadvantage. This scholarly and progressive view of "valuing diversity" originally encompassed "women" and their experience of oppression in varying configurations and in varying degrees of intensity. Yet, the prospective has been extended into include all people who have experienced cultural patterns of oppression. The theory is that cultural patterns of oppression are not only interrelated, but are bound together and influenced by the intersectional systems of society. Examples of this include race, gender, class, ability, and ethnicity. According to one leading expert, "through an awareness and the leveraging of intersectionality, we can better acknowledge and ground the differences among us, gain the benefits of inclusion within both academic and corporation environments and enhance the global society as a whole." What is the Intersectionality and why is it important?
Many people who establish business trust do so to maintain privacy in their affairs. The greatest loss of privacy today is through the extensive use of the social security number. The social
security number (SSN) was NEVER intended to be used as a national identifier and Congress has passed registration to prohibit it being used as such. This constructive notice is designed to
combat those who demand your SSN even though it is not required by law. Make copies and use it over and over again to protect your privacy.
If you missed the ANTHONY JOHNSON SHOW on Thursday October 23rd @ 9pm EST, as I discussed:
"FEAR-MONGERING: HOW THE MEDIA AND POLITICIANS MAKE IT POSSIBLE," please listen-in.
Please join the discussion.
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