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Overcoming a breakup can be a real challenge. Often, to be successful in the next relationship, we must understand the parts of us that broke up, too. Learning to recognize, evaluate, and change the negative patterns that repeatedly show up in our relationships is hard, but with some research, introspection, and practice, it’s possible to take a step forward and get back out there. As with anything, re-entering the dating scene is a process. In Getting Back Out There, a sequel of sorts to her book Getting Past Your Break Up, Susan J. Elliott outlines the pains and gains inherent in facing the dating scene again. With insight into the “Five Rs”—Readiness, Rejection, Recycling, Rebounding, and Retreating—Elliott illuminates the bumps we can expect on the road to a new relationship, and shows us how to cope with them. In this segment of The Organic View Radio Show, host, June Stoyer, talks to author, Susan Elliot about her new book, Getting Back Out ThereSecrets to Successful Dating and Finding Real Love after the Big Breakup. Stay tuned!
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While meditation might sound like something that everyone can do in just a few simple minute, but the honest truth is that there is more to it then just sitting in a quite space.
This evening I will talk about a few Tips and Techinques you may like to use to make your meditation a bit more successful.
Haunted Nights LIVE! hosts Thorne & Cross welcome
Tom was born in the seaside town of Ipswich, Massachusetts, once home to the authors John Updike (who was a patient of his Dad, which enabled Tom to build a nice collection of signed first edition novels), Adele Robertson, John Norton, and the poet Anne Bradstreet. Perhaps it was the history of the town, but from an early age Tom developed a love of writing and left Ipswich to earn his degree in English Literature at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. There he focused on creative writing and was selected by the English Department to participate in an international study program at the University of Oxford.
After college Tom lived in New York City and Boston and published non-fiction in such publications as THE NEW YORK TIMES and the HARVARD BUSINESS REVIEW. He embarked on a career in technology culminating in his starting, building, and selling a technology strategy consulting firm
In addition to writing fiction, Tom is the board director of, and an advisor to, technology companies in the cyber security, media, data analytics, cloud computing, mobile, social intelligence, and information technology businesses. He now lives in Boston.
Amazon Bestseller: When the Blue Lady walks… Death walks with her… Thorne & Cross’ collaborative debut, The Cliffhouse Haunting is now available. They are also the authors of the successful serialized novel, The Ghosts of Ravencrest, among other works. Visit Thorne and Cross at their websites: tamarathorne.com and alis
Author Sandy Ward Bell joins THE LIBRARIAN host, Tabatha Pope, live on Authors on the Air Global Radio Network.
Sandy Ward Bell grew up in upstate New York and had a successful career as a radio announcer and promotion director. After becoming a wife and mother, the art of storytelling became her new passion with the motto, "You can never be in too many book clubs." Writing fiction became a natural next step. Her first novel, In Zoey's Head, reflects her experience with the media and pop culture. Her second book, Parked at the Mansfields', highlights her appreciation for Jane Austen's timeless story. Throughout the years, she’s called Georgia, Maryland, and Pennsylvania home. Currently she lives in the Nashville, Tennessee area with her husband and a Westie. Visit sandywardbell.com for more updates on current and new work in progress.
Host of "The Librarian", Tabatha Pope, can be found at All For Love of the Word and Facebook.
This is a copyrighted and trademarked podcast owned solely by the Authors On the Air Global Network LLC. on the web at authorsontheair.com.
Hi angels, Tonight I am going to speak with Christina Gale. She has an amazing story of how she started and continues her journey with business mentor/coaching and overall an an amazing spiritual coach. Her abilities and or gifts are amazing. Hear her story and special events coming in the near future that will take us all starting now! Creating the best year possible.
The show starts at 8 p.m. eastern.
The call in number is 760 890 7143.
In this episode of Conversations With Leaders, Host Todd Weaver welcomes Mr. Chuck Reaves. More than 3500 audiences all over the world have heard Chuck speak. His presentations on leadership, personal development and motivation have touched many lives. His pioneering work on advanced Value Added Selling and Chief Sales Officer curriculum has earned him distinction among CEOs and sales teams worldwide. The Journal of a Climber is the result of his one on one work with corporate and religious leaders and takes the reader to a new level of understanding of their life’s purpose. Chuck has been named; Veteran’s Advocate of the Year for his volunteer work, been named an Outstanding Georgia Citizen and has received recognition from two U.S. Presidents and other dignitaries. Mr. Reaves is a successful speaker and entrepreneur and has been inducted into the Speaker Hall of Fame. A former top salesperson for AT&T, Chuck is a decorated Vietnam veteran and lives in the Atlanta, Georgia area. You can learn more about Chuck HERE and follow him on Facebook and Twitter.
It was in December 1959 that Alvin Lee Johnson (born June 20, 1939) entered Cosimo Matassa’s recording studio. He emerged from the studio on Governor Nicholls Street with what would be a belated hit song and a new name, Al “Carnival Time” Johnson. Joe Ruffino produced the recording session for his Ric label and Carnival Time eventually joined Professor Longhair’s Go to the Mardi Gras and Big Chief, and the Hawkettes’ Mardi Gras Mambo as classics of the New Orleans Mardi Gras.
Johnson, like so many New Orleans musicians, grew up in the city’s Ninth Ward where he played trumpet and piano. Born in 1939, he was influenced early on by Sugar Boy Crawford, Fats Domino, and Smiley Lewis.
Alvin Johnson, best known for his famous song, "Carnival Time," has been a New Orleans Mardi Gras icon for over 40 years. A Rhythm & Blues performer, Al is a New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival veteran and has worked with the likes of Aaron Neville, Oliver Morgan, Bobby Lonero as well as (the late Tommy Ridgley, Jessie Hill, Bobby Mitchell, Eddie Bo & Ernie K-Doe)
Al has performed on the "Louisiana Jukebox" TV program and been the star of a highly successful Louisiana Lottery Mardi Gras campaign. Al has also been the subject of numerous articles in Mardi Gras Guide, New Orleans Magazine, Offbeat Magazine, The Louisiana Weekly, The Times Picayune, and Gambit Weekly.
Also on the show, we have an amazing local New Orleans team...."Dave and Rose"...these fine local musicians will share their music and perspective regarding the 10 years after Katrina... Please join us for a fest of great music and perspective from NOLA musicians...
Urban Grandstand Relaunches
Cleveland, OH, October 09, 2013 --(PR.com)-- Following a near two year hiatus, Cleveland-based online magazine Urban Grandstand has re-launched.
Operated most times throughout the past decade as a one-man show, the site shut down indefinitely in 2010 for various reasons. The company’s publisher, James Johnson, speaks candidly about the short hiatus....
"Urban Grandstand has been my baby; so to speak, for more than a decade. It actually began as Urban Connectionz in 2002, and there have been so many successful moments throughout that time. First and foremost, as someone with no Journalism experience in the beginning; yet having a strong desire to gain that experience, it was a way for me to have my own vehicle, and get to that next level. When people were constantly telling me no, it was a way for me to bypass those people and get what I wanted. I've had the tremendous blessing of interviewing hundreds of artists, musicians, television, and film stars over the years. During those years, I took things a step further by pursuing my education. In retrospect, shutting down for a short period was the best thing I could have done, because it allowed me to focus on my educational goals, and I've been able to earn multiple degrees in Journalism. I can now use this vehicle to truly take the Journalism world by storm, and show another side than what people have been used to seeing out there."
Name: James Johnson
Title: Founder, Editor-in-Chief
He adopted the stage name Prodigal Son and dropped his underground debut CD Crossing the Red Sea in 2003. Shortly after, he released his follow-up album My Block. By the time his third album Kingdom Swagga-nomics hit, he had secured a distribution deal with a regional company and charted at the Number 21 spot on Billboard. The following year, he came back with compilation CD Welcome to HOLY-wood, debuting at Number 25.
Even with Billboard charts and Grammy nominations, Prodigal Son has been constantly criticized by the Christian community for his realistic lyrical content. His album Deeper Than Church was nominated for two Grammys for Best Rap Album and Best Rap Song for the albums self-titled lead single.
The Prodigal Son returned back to the gospel hip hop music and the culture while securing a new recording deal under TYSCOT RECORDS/WARNER MUSIC GROUP.
Prodigal Son released of his new E.P. #Grace from his own label, with a follow up album due late 2014 entitled #HOMECOMING.
Independent artist, JeRonelle McGhee, is a true star with excellent stage presence and vocal ability that's reminiscent of classic Soul singers such as Donny Hathaway, John Legend, and Anthony Hamilton.
Today, JeRonelle continues to build the foundation for a successful lifelong career as a national recording artist, songwriter, producer, actor, and all-around entertainer. Currently studying Music at Clark Atlanta University in Atlanta, GA, JeRonelle also performs often on the various college campuses within the AUC. JeRonelle even recently shared the stage with renowned artists Lalah Hathaway & Common.
Tonight we are talking to Tola Onibanjo about Step-parenting and how she managed to successfully parent her children. If you are dating and you or your partner have children this show will help you. On Tuesday we started the conversation and we continue it...
Tola Onigbanjo popularly known as ‘WiseTola’ is who one would call a woman of many hats. A mother of 5 & a grandmother, an author, radio presenter, host and also the founder of Women4Africa an organisation which seeks to ‘celebrate the ordinary woman doing extraordinary things’ which has also been dubbed as the largest gathering of African women in Europe. Despite her wearing many hats, she still finds time to put family first. Her passion for parenting is what led to her writing her very first ever book which is titled ‘STEPS – It’s Time To Quit Step-Parenting And Become A Parent’. The book as the title suggests is about step-parenting and deals with real life as Tola speaks from her own experiences and how she handled issues that are most likely to arise in such family relationships.
Tola Onigbanjo Founder 'Women4Africa' Published Author/Speaker/Presenter
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Are you over spending, racking up credit card bills, living life on credit, not having savings, wanting to fit in among your fashionista friends, just don't know how to save your income?
On this episode you will gain understanding on:
- 5 steps to escape the pay-check-to-paycheck trap
- How to keep your summer frugal
- 2 financial must-haves to be successful
On the spiritual teaching, we will continue the message on "God is not angry at you".
WWIN 1400 AM station, online on www.gfemspeaks.com/radio, phone:347-989-1700. 6pmET. Follow on twitter @gfemradio