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Are you drowing in debt? Behind on your bills? Or perhaps you know someone who is.
Tune in this Saturday and join Partners in Health and Biz talk show host Gail Dixon as we discuss how to Solve Your Ca$h Crisis and get your life back on track.
Learn which bills to pay first when you can't pay them all.
Did you know that 26 years is the amount of time it would take to pay off a $5,000 credit-card balance at 18 percent interest, making minium payments of 2.5 percent each month?
Learn how to handle six different common crises.
Call into the studio with your questions and/or comments: 347-945-7433.
We all have some big stubborn problem that just seems to be unsolvable. And it is so easy to fall into the trap of using our Will, with all of our might to analyze, strategize, mechanize the problem, circumstances and other people into submission to get relief. But instead of solving things, the problem seems to get worse, and we get gripped in fear and exhaustion.
Did you know that these types of problems are actually an invitation from the Divine Energy? The seemingly "unsolvable" dilemmas are your gateway to Grace. And when you hit the proverbial "rockbottom"
there is a very solid platform to let go and allow yourself to cross the line from Will to Grace, from the physical to the energetic and when you do that miracles happen.
On this show we are going to talk all about how you can solve your biggest problems energetically, without all of the strain and strife. We will talk about the key things to be aware of, and how
to turn your fears into excitement.
When you cross this threshold there is a whole new world that awaits you on the other side!
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In this episode, Pastor Brian examines the theological conundrum pertaining to the hardening of Pharaoh's heart. Did God harden Pharaoh's heart, or did Pharoah harden his own heart? How does one solve this problem? Pastor Brian offers a solution that was discovered during a recent project.
A DAILY WORD FROM MAKU: THE FOURTEENTH MONTH THE SIXTH DAY MARCH 5, 2015 "SLAMMING THE DOOR DOESN'T SOLVE THE ARGUMENT."
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We talk a lot about love and how it solves things, heals us, strengthens relationships and bonds people together. We expect a lot from loves powers, however how does Love solve everything? What does it look like and why is love so unpredictable and the least used solution? What is it about love that scares us so much that we think we have to try everything before we finally give up and choose the road paved with love? Love appears to put us in a vulnerable position, however the position of strength is what results from choosing love. Tune in and join the conversation tomorrow at 5:30 AM PST!
Dr. Webb Evans, Founder of the United American Progress Association is remembered for his slogan Buy Black. Following in the tradition of Marcus Garvey, Dr. Evans urged African Americans to spend money with other African Americans in order to build self sustaining communities. He sought to empower black owned businesses to hire black people and alleviate the problems of discrimination in hiring. He was active right up to his passing at the age of 101 years old. A few years ago, he appointed a successor, Min. Rahim Chesed Aton, known by many as "Sax Preacher" to carry on the campaign to re-educate African American consumers to "Buy Black." Do we actually have the power to solve our economic problems in our hands if we just engage in strategic spending?
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Dale Carnegie's book "How to Stop Worrying and Start Living" has impacted millions of lives.
Will the magic formula of Willis H. Carrier, described in Part One, Chapter 2, solve all worry
problems? No, of course not. Then what is the answer? The answer is that we must equip ourselves to
deal with different kinds of worries by learning the three basic steps of problem analysis. The three
1. Get the facts.
2. Analyse the facts.
3. Arrive at a decision-and then act on that decision.
1. When trying to get the facts, I pretend that I am collecting this information not for myself, but for
some other person. This helps me to take a cold, impartial view of the evidence. This helps me
eliminate my emotions.
2. While trying to collect the facts about the problem that is worrying me, I sometimes pretend that I
am a lawyer preparing to argue the other side of the issue. In other words, I try to get all the facts
against myself-all the facts that are damaging to my wishes, all the facts I don't like to face.
So I banish about ninety per cent of my worries by taking these four steps:
? 1. Writing down precisely what I am worrying about.
? 2. Writing down what I can do about it.
? 3. Deciding what to do.
? 4. Starting immediately to carry out that decision
It is quite easy to feel resentful about what life has thrown your way. "Why do I have this craniofacial anomaly?" some ask. "Do I have to go through another operation?" others will ask. "This sucks and I don't like anyone" also is a response. Building up resentments toward physicians, family members and friends does not lead to healthy solutions for problems. They can ultimately hurt the person holding the resentments more than anyone else. This week's "CleftCast" focuses on resentments and host Joe Rutland shares his own experiences around them. Subscribe to the podcast at iTunes and Stitcher.
"Self Respect Would Solve Most of Our Problems"
Much is said about education being the key to success in America. we spend little to no time looking at the importance self worth plays in the decision making of people. When you don't value yourself all of your decisions are made from a position of "I'm not worthy of great experiences and results because you have to be special to earn such favors and I'm just not that special." So great opportunities are overlooked because a person who doesn't believe deep down inside that they can do what it takes to create a great reward for themselves.
How do you accomplish great things when your mind can't fathom it happening to you? When all of the images you've seen are of people that look like you as ignorant, lazy, trifling, dishonest, immoral, sex driven, animalistic beings who run fast, jump high and have no feelings for one another you don't expect honorable, decent and respectable deeds to be done by them or you depending on which position you're in. How much of what you do and who you are comes from what you think about yourself?
Too often we cause those problems in our life to be blown out of proportion, thus making the situation worse than it was from the beginning.King David had his moment but he always remembered that God was in control. Stop adding on to your problems. Proverbs 6 verse 2 State Thou art taken with the words of thy mouth, thou are taken with the words of thy mouth. Cast all your cares upon God for you care for you. Theit is not a problem that he cannot solve..
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