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"Spirit of Women in Business" statistical snapshot of a 50-year research study...and more findings on pay gap, best cities, industries, and companies for working mothers. Join Interpretive BIZ host, Violet Kashewa,expert Intuitive Business Advisor, live on the 1st Monday of each month or download the on-going podcast segment.
Do we have to put up with feeling rushed all week long? Where is God in all of that. We will share some simple steps to overcome these impositions. Join us, something you hear can help heal any sense of pressure!!
It's so clear that the way we think directly impacts our lives. Join us as we share insights that help us understand God, change our conciousness and our concepts about who we really are.
Today on Bread-Winning Moms with Chloé Taylor Brown we gear up for the holidays to discuss the "hush-hush" topic of grief and depression with medical doctor and holistic healer, Dr. Jelunder W. Clark. Dr. Clark is part of a Wellness Network that consists of Primary Care Providers, Health Coaches, Specialists, Chiropractors, and Massage Therapists who have all joined forces to provide the ultimate healthcare experiences. We're discussing what grief, confussion and depression can do to a woman energetically, spiritually and physically and ways to move through life with grace.
Chantel Thompson of Sweet Job Spot joins the converstaion to discuss "Working out and training your job muscles. She says training is about being prepared, so you can win."
Chloé Taylor Brown is an author, lifestyle coach, executive coach, advocate for women and girls and co-creator of The PEP System, a transformational training program. She is currently accepting opportunities and invitations to partner, speak, host or present at your next women's symposium or retreat.
Connect with Chloé Taylor Brown and @ChloeTBrown
Chloé Taylor Brown’s current books are available at Amazon.com.
As Christian mothers, we often feel one of two things:
1. Mommy Guilt: I want to do well in my career, but I hate missing out on my children's special moments, or
2. Identity Crisis: I like being there for my kids, but I want to do more. Sometimes I feel like I spent all those years in school/working for nothing.
What does the Bible say about the role of a mother? Is there a definitive answer on whether Christian mothers should work outside of the home? Are there special circumstances we need to consider? We'd love to hear from you! Share you story in the chatroom or call in to speak with us live: (646) 564-9704.
All alcoholics and addicts feel shame. It’s impossible to avoid, and while shame is painful and can keep many of us stuck in the throes of addiction, there is hope. We do not have to be defined by our shame, and indeed learning tools to cope with shame and learn and grow as people is an integral part of recovery.
To begin with, though, it’s important to define shame. One way to do this is to clarify the difference between shame and guilt. Guilt is feeling badly about something we’ve done, and shame is feeling badly about who we are. Guilt is based on actions, and shame is built on feelings. Another way to put it is this: When we feel guilty we feel we made a mistake. When we feel shame we feel we are a mistake.
In this show, we will talk about building tools to identify shame, build awareness of it, talk about the importance of reaching out to reduce the power shame holds over you, and discuss the power of story and voice in reducing and even eliminating the hold shame has in your life.
Welcome to our first dual blogtalk and on-air radio broadcast! Joining us will be two VERY special guests to talk to all of us about Ifa, the ancestral religion of Nigeria and one of the faiths brought with the ancestors here via the middle passage. Many of the traditions of Ifa came to transfer into conjure as it grew in its early stages. We are pleased and honored to have with us on the porch:
Professor Babalawo Ifategunse Osadele. He is a trained Babalawo of over 18 years, and was raised in Oyotunji African village. Also,
Iya Apetebi Ifadunmade Omirelekun Ifalase. She is an Olorisha Yemoja Priestess and Apetebi.
They together run www.ifaglobalsite.com and work tirelessly to spread AUTHENTIC Ifa and educate people on its practices. They are both highly skilled readers and spiritual leaders. Call and ask questions or just listen in as we talk about the similar practices of Ifa and conjure, the Orisha, and how you can get an in depth reading and perhaps find out which Orisha walks with you. This is going to be a very special show!
his is a conversation about navigating through the pitfalls of obtaining employment as an ex-offender in today's society! This is an open conversation to all! The following topics will be covered: finding your skills sets; networking, completing the application, creating resumes, interviewing with confidence, and of course the follow up to the interview. Remember that this is all about empowering ex-offenders to become powerfully productive citizens to society. This is our community and we must do what we can to empower it! We all want to be successful
You are invited to call in to speak with the host on air (818) 572-2947. We praise God for His unspeakable gift, Jesus Christ, His only begotten son. We celebrate the birth of our Lord and savior this week. We thank Him for many blessings and request that He give greater understanding that ALL lives matter. Because all lives matter, all murders matter and should be treated with equal justice. What is a Christian's role in working for equal justice? Proverbs 31:8-9 gives God's answer. Nobody deserves torture or death. This is especially true of the "least" among us. Such as we do unto ONE of the least of these, His brethen, we do also unto Him (Matt. 25:40). See the poem below.
Jesus Christ's Christmas in Solitary
At Christmastime it seems so cold
to lock sick people in the hole
Mental illness is their crime
Over a million doing hard time
We sing carols about Emanuel
and His blessed Mother Mary
But Jesus' left the manger now
He's locked in solitary
"Whatever you do to the least of these,
you do also to me"
Christ shivers in His lonely cell
Every sick prisoner is He
What will we do to rescue our Lord
and save Him from His plight?
God gave His Son to restore us all
Let's treat His brethren right
by Mary Neal - all rights reserved
The phones are always open!!
Wishing you a happy December and good cheer and good weather wherever you may be
Introducing Our Hosts: Alicia Araya & Jim Hickey--a minute;
Recorded Performance of Solidarity Forever, one verse per episode, a new verse every month--a minute;
A Note About Solidarity and the NWU -- one minute or so;
Various Bits and Pieces About the Present Moment--around five minutes;
A Little Live Music--plus-or-minus a minute;
One or Two Ongoing Issues of Interest to Working People -- plus or minus fifteen minutes;
A Little Live Music to Say 'Hasta La Vista!'-- less than a minute.
Almost another year in the books, and the oppression of the American worker continues to get worse. From phony billionaire-owned elections, a us-backed fascist coup in Ukraine, to an out-of-control militarized police force that seeks to perserve the privilege of the ruling class, the workers in America have been forced to engage in non-compliance. Non-compliance already exists in our society in the form of the non-voter. However, we are starting to see the beginnings of a mass response from the oppressed.
Join the Election Boycott Advocates as they recap some of the year's events, as well what we in the working class have to look forward in 2015.
Officer Rafael Ramos sat in the driver's seat. Officer Wenjian Liu was at his side. The two cops weren't at their usual precinct -- normally, the pair was assigned to downtown Brooklyn, but they were working a "critical response" detail in an area with higher crime, police said. That's where they were slain, ambush-style -- Saturday afternoon as they sat in their patrol car, New York Police Commissioner William Bratton said at an evening news conference. The gunman approached the passenger side of the patrol car and took a shooting stance, witnesses told police. He opened fire several times, striking both officers in the head, Bratton said.
They were "shot and killed with no warning, no provocation," Bratton told reporters. "They were quite simply, assassinated." The gunman was found dead in a nearby subway station from a self-inflicted gunshot wound. (above information and story courtesy of CNN)
Join me, James Royster, your Host and the Voice of American White History Month this Sunday, December 21st at 7pm CST when I welcome some special guests to the show - Roxy Scharp and Bill Bohart - managers top ranking members of AWHM. We'll be discussing the facts behind the recent killings of police officers in retaliation for the death of Eric Garner and Mike Brown - what it means to us as a People and as a Nation.
This will be a call-in show, where we welcome your questions and comments. The call-in number is (347) 637-3768 so we welcome your questions and comments during the entire broadcast.