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Discussion on Workplace Mobbing and Gang/Organized Community Stalking with Jewel Krayan, author of "Electronic Torture, Electronic Rape: Technology and Gang Stalking at the Post Office (Published in 2011) " - http://www.amazon.com/Jewel-Krayan/e/B006NNMI5S. As an 18 year (correction 30 year) veteran of the United States Postal Service, Jewel Krayan says she has witnessed postal employees being offered up for human guinea pig testing programs using not only covert electromagnetic technology capable of physical torture and psychological "Electronic Harassment" weapons but also biological warfare testing.
Jewel will also discuss how to get a free copy of her book!
6 pm Mondays, "Living Powerfully," with host Tameaka Shelton
"Living Powerfully" is a show where we discuss how to take hold of your power during any life situation. How POWER-FULL are your relationships? How POWER-FULL is your leadership? How POWER-FULL is your communication? Do you have a POWER-FULL workplace? If you’ve lost your during one of life’s curve balls, don’t worry, we’ll help you get it back!
BEYOND THE WALLS..... Listen to my show at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/the-new-voice MARKETPLACE MONDAY With Minetta every Monday morning. We will discuss "hot" topics, subjects and strategies to implement in your everyday life, business and marketplace for success!
Topic: What is Your Purpose, Position, Priority and Provision in the Marketplace and Workplace?
This is a show for all everyone in the workplace and marketplace. This transforming program is a global show with an emphasis on biblical wisdom and insights with the kingdom of God perspective on the mountains of cultural or spheres of influences in society. The seven (7) spheres of society include: 1) Religion/Belief system 2) Family 3) Business and Commerce 4) Government, Leadership and Law 5) Education 6) Media 7) Arts and Entertainment.
In the Bible, mountains usually represent the authority of kingdoms, We will discuss how you can occupy the seven mountains of authority and bring Heaven's influence to earth, transforming culturals and discipling nations. "
The kingdoms of this world have becomethe kingdoms of our Lord and of His Christ, and He shall reign forever and ever! ~ Relevation 11:15.
Host: Minetta Hare, Founder of International Kingdom Ambassdors Network, and Global Prayer Force 1000, Faith at Work Ministries International and the Lydia Circle of Christian Business and Marketplace Women. "THY KINGDOM COME..."!
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Breast Cancer Awareness Month!
Hosts: Jamel, Derrick Dwayne and Flash Gotti
#MyRealTalkRadio Interviews Dance Moms Star: Dr. Holly Hatcher-Frazier.......
Dr. Holly Hatcher-Frazier is a member of Lifetime’s hit reality show, Dance Moms. Inspired by her own childhood dance experiences, Dr. Holly enrolled her daughter Nia in the Abby Lee Dance Studio to foster Nia’s love for the performing arts.
Having worked as an educator for nearly 20 years, Dr. Holly served as the Director of Admissions at the Ellis School in Pittsburgh, Pa., and later accepted the position as principal of the Winchester Thurston School in Pittsburgh. A consummate professional, Dr. Holly often received criticism on Dance Moms related to her desire to maintain her career, while supporting Nia’s dance aspirations. She made the tough decision to resign from her duties as principal to embrace motherhood as a full-time job.
A passionate scholar and advocate for education, Dr. Holly plans to continue her career as an educational consultant and motivational speaker – affording her the flexibility required to remain “hands-on” throughout Nia’s career. She hopes to use her celebrity platform to speak on issues related to education, motherhood, and the workplace; and how women can effectively strike the right balance in all aspects of life.
Dr. Holly is a Fulbright Scholar, and holds a Bachelor’s Degree in History and American Studies from Williams College and a Master’s in Educational Leadership from the H. John Heinz III School of Public Policy and Management, Carnegie Mellon University. She currently resides in Pittsburgh, Pa. and enjoys reading, traveling, and spending time with her husband, Evan, and their three children – Evan, Jr.; Nia; and William
The first thing is, understanding why network marketing is a better way.
Well, people don’t realize we’re living in a new economy. This isn’t a down economy, it’s
a new economy. This isn’t a recession or a depression, it’s a new economy. The
changes that have happened are fundamental and in most cases permanent. I’m going
to let that sink in.
You think the job market’s coming back? Not the one that you recognize.
I mean, if you’re 55 today, looking for a job in this economy, wow. What a miserable
place to be. Put your whole life into somebody else, build somebody else’s dream, and
then when you turn around, now you have experience. They say, “We don’t care about
the experience because you want to get too much money.”
My biggest hope, the biggest reason why I’m doing Network Marketing in the first
place, is it’s up to us to re-brand the profession worldwide. When more network
marketing professionals arrive, more well-trained amateurs are on the scene.
You’re going to see a wave of people coming into network marketing like you’ve never
seen. I believe the next ten years is the golden time of network marketing around the
world because the rest of the marketplace – the rest of the workplace – is broken.
We’re the only safe haven that exists in the tsunami that’s wiping out the workplace in
every single sector of the world.
Networking Marketing Go Pro
Writing in a violent world
Getting out the vote
What is in the News
Writers and authors
Writing in a violent world
Getting out the vote
What is in the News
Writers and authors
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Cultural Diversity and Business Leadership - Part 2
October 18, 2014 – Round Table Discussion @ 8 PM CDT
Major areas to be discussed:
1. Major Issues to consider for Workplace Diversity
2. Importance of Cross Cultural Communication
3. How Cultural difference affect business communication
4. Strategies for inter-cultural communication
5. Cultural differences in Leadership styles
6. Influence of Cultural competency on Leadership performance
7. Action steps to develop and Change the Culture of the Workplace.
Culture creates the foundation for strategy and will either be a company’s greatest asset or largest liability.
Human nature instinctively rejects change of any sort, even if the change will be beneficial in the long run.
To win the hearts and minds of your coworkers, as a Leader, you must be authentic and forthright about how you approach the creation of a new corporate culture.
Join Award Winning Life and Business Coach Caprice Smith and her amazing guest. UnCuffed is a new show focused on helping women to find and understand their purpose for achieving greatness.
This week Caprice special guest is Wanda Bibbins Founder of Keep Her Heart Foundation. Later in the program Caprice will discuss the live style of business women who are involved in domestically violent relationships
Remember Coach Caprice Smith's motto: If you are not living your life UnCuffed, You are just not living!
Sponsors: Slantress Magazine Coach Caprice Smith Rita Ricks Off The Vine
On this installment of The Forbidden Fruit, we will look in the shameful dilemma of bullying. We will look at traditional avenues of bullying, like in our schools, but we will also focus on how bullying has taken to the airwaves of cyber space. Has bullying become an epidemic or has it been with us forever?
To help us examined this shameful act, we welcome to the show Lauretta Ali-Abdullah and Muhammad J. Adullah. The are the producers of the documentary movie, "Bullying: A Shameful Dilemma which was completed in 2012. The premier for this much needed film will be November 15, 2014 at 7pm. Venue to announced later.
This should prove to be a show you don't want to miss. I think that at sometime in all of our lives, we either have been the victim of bullying or knew someone who was....and if you were the bully, then shame on you.
Let's talk about it here on the FRUIT.
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DARLENE BROWN, CEO of Divine Empowerment, is a certified Personal Development
and Business Leadership Coach, Inspirational Speaker and Training Facilitator with
over 25 years of professional business experience. She is a certified workshop trainer
for the Yale Curriculum “Coping with Work and Family Stress: A Workplace Preventive
Intervention” and Stephen Covey’s Seven Habits of Highly Effective People.
Darlene has recently released her first book, “The F Word: Finding Freedom thru
Forgiveness”. Her dynamic speeches on “Strategic Planning”, the “Power of Positive
Thinking” and “Seven Success Principles for Leaders” have been delivered to academic
institutions across the nation. Her passionate, powerful and inspiring words have been
heard by audiences at Milford Mills Academy, New York City Department of Education,
Thurgood Marshall Academy, Bowie State University, Prince George’s Community College,
Prince George’s Public Schools, The College of New Rochelle, Coppin State University
with Heal a Woman Heal a Nation non-profit organization, Loyola University Maryland,
New David Baptist Church, New Vision Church, Endodontic Consulting Group, Black
Data Processing Associates of Washington, D.C. (BDPA), the Black and Male in America
Conference in New York with Kevin Powell, the American Classic Association, She Matters
Organization, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority of Delaware State University, American Classic
Association and on numerous virtual platforms.
Darlene is a businesswoman, mother, friend and leader to many around the world.
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Join us as our guest shares and ethical dilemma that they faced and how they resolved it.
Megan Cyrulewski is an ordinary person who has faced extraordinary challenges and now wants to inspire people and show them that hope gives them the power to survive anything. Who Am I? is about her journey into post-partum depression, anxiety disorder, panic attacks, visits to the psych ward, divorce, domestic violence, law school, and her courageous struggle to survive with her sanity intact—and how a beautiful little girl emerged from all this chaos.