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It's been a hectic but fun filled time these last few weeks and I want to say that I've missed you all very much. I did try to give you as much informaiton as possible before I transitioned to the new radio channel, but thought I's drop in for a feew moments and bring you up to date. So please stop in and give me a listen.
Episode 8, folks!
On our show leading into Father's Day Weekend 2014, we provide you with a 7 Day Theory/Week In Review that includes us discussing DJ Khaled and The Streets, Pharrell getting the key to Virginia Beach, Chris Rock's take on being the man of the house, the 2014 BET Awards hosted by Pookie and BET's latest hip-hop doc titled The Message, DJ Mustard putting the squeeze on Mistah F.A.B, and many other relevant topics from this past week. We also listen to some father friendly rap tracks and cap things off with an all-time favorite by hip-hop's most beloved Daddy, Kane.
We're not sonning you, we're loving you. Walk with us.
Hip-Hop 365 x Tissue In The Tape.. We be to rap what key is to lock..
You've been asking, so here it is people: The Update. What's new with Sin Jones, Poison Apple Radio and projects in Social Media.
Main Website: www.sinjones.com
Into the Fire: http://intothefire.cc
Circle of Descent: http://circleofdescent.com
Cafe Enigma: https://archive.org/details/CafeEnigmaStringIntroduction1
in Video Games
Cyrus and Raven talk about getting a Playstation Plus membership, the PS Vita and the games we have tried out from the Playstation Network - The Cave and the demo for Bioshock Infinite.
Author | Empowerment Speaker | Business Coach | Brand Connoisseur
An innovative business coach, entrepreneur, empowerment speaker and author, Cheryl Holland is the founder of A’Sista Project— an empowerment haven for savvy, sassy, and smart women who want to have their cake and eat it too! With her witty and authentic approach she motivates, inspires, and empowers women to disconnect from the status quo to fully pursue purpose and passion without feeling guilty or selfish. Her focus is to increase the social, economic, and spiritual strength of women by developing confidence and building life and business success through private and group coaching, seminars, workshops, and conferences.
Cheryl is the author of “Have Your Cake & Eat it Too!” - The Savvy & Sassy Guide to Get What You Want In Life & Business. She is the host of the annual, Permission Granted Empowerment Seminar where she brings together other empowering women to help motivate and inspire attendees to greatness. Cheryl is also is the creator of the Make It Happen Business Boot Camp, an 8-week business-training program as well as the Idea to Income Formula home study program.
That little kid of yesterday had big dreams and goals. Where are those plans now? Did they come to life or are they on a dusty old shelf far off in the attic?
Listen in to this segment of There's a U in Success and hear how to dust 'em off and put them into action. That little kid, she/he knew what she was doing/thinking/being!
However hard you try to control events they just won't go your way. Unexpected challenges, upheaval and disappointment will bring expectations to an end. Subconsciously you may have wanted a solution, you just didn't expect it to happen this way. Courage and self-belief is what you need to succeed.
I am going to piss off a lot of people. If I disappear I may be in Gitmo or some other prison somewhere in the world. We have to speak out about what our government and others are doing to the world and its people.I would say we have to take our government back but it was never ours. Our country is based on lies. We the people are pawns in a chess game that is killing us. Now it's people of color, the mentally ill and the poor. The middle class is dwindeling and soon all that wil be left is the rich who will fall too because of their greed.
On Wednesday, August 6, I broadcasted a show here on The Joshua Generation called "Introspection: The Seventy-Two Percenters."
Though the show's intent was about the stereotyping and stigmatizing of Black women as single mothers, one "Brotha" called in to the show with the apparent intention of further stereotyping and the degradation of Black women.
It became pretty apparent that the "brotha" either called in to degrade Black women intentionally, or he was intentionally ignorant enough to believe what he said had any validation to it.
He also let us know that one of the main problems Black women have is that we are constantly being thrown under the bus by Black men. But worse than that, he did what his kind are typically prone to do.
He was not reading or listening to the show before he called in to do nothing OTHER than degrade Black women as wives, mothers, and as the women who birthed an entire world.
The question: "Are Black men to blame for Black women's suffering, pain and struggling?"
Marketing Strategy Elements Workshop. Today is Thursday August 21, 2014. I'm attending a workshop held in Columbia University hosted by the SBA . This year on "You Talk Too Much" my focus is on businesses and community organizations. I am so fortunate to be invited to several worthy events related to business every week. Naturally, I can't make all events so I pick and choose events based upon my location, convenience of date and my particular interest in the topic. Marketing Strategies is very important to ones business and that is my topic tonight on Blogtalkradio. My call in number tonight is 17142425273. Thank you for listening.
Chapter 22 is a song of praise written by King David.
2 Samuel 22:1-7New Living Translation (NLT)
David’s Song of Praise
22 David sang this song to the Lord on the day the Lord rescued him from all his enemies and from Saul. 2 He sang:
“The Lord is my rock, my fortress, and my savior;
3 my God is my rock, in whom I find protection.
He is my shield, the power that saves me,
and my place of safety.
He is my refuge, my savior,
the one who saves me from violence.
4 I called on the Lord, who is worthy of praise,
and he saved me from my enemies.
5 “The waves of death overwhelmed me;
floods of destruction swept over me.
6 The grave[a] wrapped its ropes around me;
death laid a trap in my path.
7 But in my distress I cried out to the Lord;
yes, I cried to my God for help.
He heard me from his sanctuary;
my cry reached his ears.