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Living in a world where society chooses to live by arbitrary norms seems contradictory to a generation that has produced self-made millionaires and billionaires under the age of 30 in addition to having such a major influence on brands by just being themselves. Yet I question why most aren’t playing by their own rules as it relates to gender roles, the way we behave [especially in romantic relationships], and how we easily allow ourselves to be influenced by media and music. My guests join me to break down their perspectives and personal experiences, and the idea of ‘playing by our rules’ coming into play.
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Interview with Gerard Bianco
Topics of conversation:
Social Norms Sexual overindulgence Society's treatment of people with an affliction Role of women in society The Persona - advantages and disadvantages of a personal belief system Discipline: A Play Gerard Bianco
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In a video posted by today's guest, Dr. Tara Cousineau, Caroline Heldman, Ph.D., gives a TEDxYouth@SanDiego talk: The Sexy Lie (http://tedxtalks.ted.com/video/The-Sexy-Lie-Caroline-Heldman-a), which covers many aspects of the work Dr. Tara passionately devotes her life to. These include: the importance of self compassion for mothers, how to help girls develop healthy self esteem, and ways they can empower themselves in the world.
More information about Dr. Tara Cousineau's work can be found on her website http://www.taracousineau.com/
Dr. Tara Cousineau is a clinical psychologist, self-esteem coach, and social entrepreneur based in Boston. She is founder of Moxie Moms coaching created for mothers of tween and teen girls. The on-one-one coaching and group programs focus on skill building and support in parenting daughters and is based on years of experience in working with adolescent girls and women.
She founded BodiMojo Inc., which develops evidence-based and innovative solutions to help youth take control of their health by leveraging the “digital” playgrounds they reside in. The BodiMojo web program improved body esteem in teenage girls. A mobile app is under development. These products and the associated outcome research are supported by grants through the National Institutes of Health, Small Business Innovative Research Program.
Her expertise includes also writing, research and conceptual development in health media. This includes helping organizations identify and formulate health communication strategies to reach girls and women as individuals, groups and decision makers.
Dealing with current issues that effect our society as a whole. This week we have "The Knowledge Broker" Roby Williams. Roby is the President of the BBA (Black Business Association) he fights everyday for small minority businesses in the Shelby County Area. Recieved the name as "The Knowledge Broker" because he has a wealth of knowledge and information. Also, we have Dr. Willie J. Kimmons founder of Save Children, Save Schools. Get ready to be informed with history, and you can call in and ask Roby Williams by calling 917-889-8224.
The concept of the sacred and the profane has been discussed throughout history, and several times on Pagan-Musings.
This week, join RevKess and Kalisara as we talk about who "owns" a person and their parts. We will be discussing privacy, public face & identity/identification, covering as a barrier, public persons/celebrity, and consent.
We could go anywhere with this, and we will probably be touching on some passionate topics. Look for us to address the personal affects of privacy for celebrities and social norms for public image, as well as the responsibilities of and affects on the Pagan community regarding public accusations of well-known persons.
Many companies are concerned about 'over' posting to their Facebook pages. On this episode we discuss:
1) How often you should post to get results?
2) What type of content should you be posting?
3) When is the best time to post?
4) How to track which content is working?
We will also talk about the latest in social media news and give you the top 3 questions you need to ask your social media lead or agency this week.
Dr. Aikyna Finch and Jessica Leichtweisz will be joined on the Empowering Women Series by Carla Wynn, Founder of The Women's Empowerment Network, as she discusses The Importance of Empowerment Through Social Media. Carla Wynn will discuss two very important topics that seem different but are closely related. Her work in the field of subconscious and her love of technology have allowed her to be an "Empowerment Diva" who is also a highly sought after Website Artist. She believes that when we shift our thoughts just a small bit that great reveals come our way. In business having an impactful website presence also invokes many hidden fears of success. She is currently spearheading a book anthology Empowered Women of Facebook: 44 women Break the Chains of Silence by Tapping into the POWER of Virtual Relationships and Shifting their Personal Paradigm. Call in at (949) 203-4763 or chat in at 9pm EST/ 8pm CST on 8/21 and join the conversation. http://www.blogtalkradio.com/changingmindsonline/2014/08/22/empowering-women-series--the-importance-of-empowerment-through-social-media
An evening with Chili Most musician and social activist while he talks about he and his brother Z Most, history of making music, and their activism to stop violence in communities and brig about better relationship between all individual through their music.
To learn more about the most brothers. http://www.chilimostmusic.com
Thursday August 21 at 9 Eastern, 8 Central and 6 Pacific
Listen to the show at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/dialysisadvocates/2014/08/22/dialysis-talk
To listen or participate call 347) 857-3961
Why is there no economic growth to speak of in the world? Has the decline of social values affected the economy? Has the cost of the decline pulled the economy down with it. How can we overcome the slippery slope we are on?
Patricia Hirsch, MCC, interviews Dr. Patrick Williams. Dr. Williams believes the power of the Coach Approach can be a catalyst for social change by empowering both change agents and those who are reached by non-profits or NGOs around the globe. His goal is to ignite interest in other certified coaches who want to assist by becoming CGV approved trainers and ambassadors in this effort to spread the Coach Approach essentials to grassroots organizations for change at the local level.
Dr. Patrick Williams, psychologist, author, and leadership coach, is a pioneer in the field of Life Coaching and founder of the Institute for Life Coach Training and Coaching the Global Village. Dr. Williams has been a developer of leaders for 3 decades and spoken around the world. He founded Coaching the Global Village in 2006 to bring the power of the coach approach to the underserved and resource poor of the world. CGV associates provide leadership training to grassroots organizations and/or non-profits, NGOs or corporate social change initiatives. Pat's message is that leadership is an activity, not just a position. Pat's speaking and training is inspirational, providing an igniting spark to individuals, communities, or organizations and offering methods and tools to "keep the fire burning" after the training.
On this episode of Gossip Village Radio, Yara Kaleemah and Crystal Alexis will be discussing how social media plays a role in the idealogy of today's youth. Nowadays, people are consumed in the latest technology and it has become a necessity. Can we predict what the future might hold for our youth?