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The Lord showed me, and there were two baskets of figs set before the temple of the Lord, after Nebuchadnezzar King of Babylon had carried away captive Jeconiah the son of Jehoiakim, King of Judah, and the princes of Judah with the craftmen and smiths, from Jerusalem, and had brought them to Babylon. One basket had very good figs, like the figs that are first ripe; and the other basket had very bad figs which could not be eaten, they were so bad.
The Late Manny Two Feathers, Sundancer, and Author whose books are endorsed by Russell Means.
- Kokopelli's Dream
- Stone People Medicine
- My Road to the Sundance
Manny was a native of South Central Arizona of Aztec descent, and being reared in the old ways. Manny had many gifts - both spiritual and creative. As a Sundancer and counselor, his reputation and popularity grew to such a degree that demands were being made for him to appear all over the world.
Heavy.com writers Joe Scumaci and TJ Hatter discuss, debate, argue and breakdown all the news from across the football world. They'll talk NFL headlines, recap week by week performances, who performed and who disappointed.
It's a podcast that is sure to bring the realest football talk out there. Can't get enough of these two bros breaking down the sport we all know and love? Check out football.com and heavy.com for weekly articles and videos covering the entire landscape of the National Football League.
It is some thing we hear about often. And it is usually considered to be a beneficial concept. Many, if not most, of us value and possibly use it as a criteria for picking their respective mates. But is this an overblown philosophy or way of thinking? Is the merit to this notion of children raised with both of their parents, and or even in healthy two parent homes, are make for more healthy mates in adult relationships?
Do people raised in single parent homes have unrealistic expectations of how their mate(s) and relationships are suppose to be? Do they have a lack of patience when their respective expectations are not lived up to? Are you able to tell if a person (specifically a woman) was raised without their father immediately? Does the lack of seeing both parents living together create serious incompatibility issues in those of us who did not have the luxury?
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January 31, 2015
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Andrew at Davos
Charles' staff hate each other
TALKING POINT: Charles will be a vocal king, but what about William? Discuss the future kings.
We've decided to take a look back through films of the past as a way of reminiscing and discussing movies that were popular "way back when". As always, there's a slight twist. We'll be looking at movies that depict the way it was back in the 1950's, yet none of these films were made until almost twenty years later! So in essence, we'll be looking back to the 70's and 80's to get a perspective of life in the 50's! When comes to movies, exploring the many themes is just part of and enjoyable journey....that we hope you'll travel with us!
Did you miss our all-time classic two night, 6 hour special on “How Being Mary Jane Equals Emotional Unavailability”, where we answered every possible dating and relationship question imaginable, while breaking down Season I and explained exactly why so many successful and highly educated single black women have trouble finding love? If so, tune into Part I tonight at 9:00pm EST. Listen 7 nights a week by calling 646 200 0366 or online worldwide at www.dedantolbertshow.com..."REAL Radio that Matters for over 10 Years".
Highways have been a way of life for man for millennia. Paul was struck down on the road to Damascus and even today when you visit Rome you can still walk on one of the roads that the apostles walked on. It’s called The Appian Way and was built by the Romans
And that's what we're going to talk about today, one very special road, that I called Route 777.
Now there are all kinds of roads in the world today. Some are very good roads, some are very bad roads and some are even dangerous roads, because some people on our highways that have more horsepower than horse sense. Today that Appian Way built by the Romans and traveled upon by Peter and Paul is still in better condition than some modern roads only built a decade or two ago. And that’s because The Romans laid a deep foundation, now there’s a lesson for us.
Now there are many historic roads in the world today. Where I live near Pittsburgh we have Route 30 also known as The Lincoln Highway built by General Braddock to connect the east coast with Fort Pitt at the point of the Three Rivers in Pittsburgh Pennsylvania. And Terri and I love to travel the Route 5 along Lake Erie also known as the Great Lakes Seaway Trial.
And there’s one very short but important road, called The Via Dolarosa, or the way of sorrows that our Lord took as He went from the judgment hall to Cavalry. And that’s what inspired young Lindsay who led us in worship at Sozos last week. So remember to check out the pictures of us raising our white flags and lifting up the crosses with Lindsay.
But the road we'll look at today is the Holy Highway. The straight and narrow, the old S & N.
And stay tuned as we learn three eternal truths from Jesus contained in these two verses: There is a decision to face, a direction to follow and a destiny to find.
Paul McFadden is Chief Operations Officer and Co-Founder of Zero Point Leadership™, a science-based leadership development and coaching firm with foundations in neuroscience, intelligent stress management and social intelligence. He co-developed the neuroLeader System™ and is Co-Founder of neuroLeader University™, a virtual brain-based leadership development academy. He is also Adjunct Faculty with OPM's Center for Leadership Development (OPM-CLD), the Federal Executive Institute (FEI) and the Eastern Management Development Center (EMDC) where he teaches mid – executive level government leaders the Neuroscience of Leadership and the Science of Resilience.
A seasoned executive leader, executive coach, facilitator and trusted advisor, Paul has been exemplifying leadership excellence for over (20) years in the Private, Public and Volunteer sectors. He is recognized in the leadership development community for his innate ability to help leaders, teams and organizations solve their most challenging problems through the integration of strategies and techniques grounded in science-based research from the fields of social cognitive & affective neuroscience, stress resilience, and social intelligence with cutting-edge coaching, leadership development and change management capacities and best practices.
Paul earned his BS degree at the US Merchant Marine Academy in Kings Point, NY, one of the (5) US Federal Service Academies & was honorably discharged from the US Navy Reserve/Merchant Marine Reserve in 1992. He earned his Result Professional Coach Certification (RPCC) from the NeuroLeadership Group, his Professional Certified Coach (PCC) credentials from the International Coach Federation (ICF) & is a HeartMath® Certified Trainer through the Institute of HeartMath®. Paul also holds active PMP® and ITIL® Expert certifications as well as has been trained in Black Belt Six Sigma Methodologies.
1) Instead of chasing new opportunity all the time, focus on taking what’s already working and make it better
80% of your sales come from 20% of your efforts, so isolate the 20% and do MORE of what is WORKING. That’s why you must be tracking and reviewing analytics.
2) In today’s market you don’t need a USP, but a UCP – Unique Connection Point
How do you connect with clients in a way that is different from competitors? .
3) A BIG mistake people make is thinking untapped market is best place to go
But the fast track to success is picking busy markets where the action already is. Take a look at Nick Pineault’s recent success. You see, niche products that tap into bigger markets is where the money is. Find out what your user search behaviors are and reverse engineer offers to exploit this opportunity.
A lot of what drives us to take action is when our backs are against the wall.
Adding to that is Dave Kekich, says in Kekich Credo #21:
…with their Simple Success Formula…
Of course, you might need to start at an even more basic level than that, by asking yourself these questions:
Who is Your Who?
What is your Unique Ability?
“What problem do people have and what solution am I offering?”
What info product can you create that sets you apart from all the other info products out there right now?
What niche can you dominate?
People who should listen to this show are entrepreneurs, career coaches