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    The Secret to Happiness At Work

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    PhD sociologist studying work-life fulfillment and happiness, Dr. Tracy Brower joins us to discuss her book, The Secrets to Happiness at Work: How to Choose and Create Purpose and Fulfillment in Your Work. She is the vice president of workplace insight for Steelcase and a senior contributor to Forbes and Fast Company. Tracy is an award-winning speaker and has over 25 years of experience working with global clients to achieve business results. Tracy is an executive advisor to Like|Minded, Coda Societies and to the MSU Master Industrial Mathematics Program. She is an executive council member with Design Museum Everywhere and board member for the United Way. Tracy’s work has been translated into 19 languages and she has been featured in TEDx, The Wall Street Journal, Work-Life Balance in the 21 st Century (book), Globe and Mail (Canada), InsideHR (Australia), HR Director (UK), T3N (Germany), Real Estate Review Journal, Fortune.com, Inc. Magazine, HBR (France) and more. Tracy holds a PhD in Sociology, a Master of Management in Organizational Culture, and a Master of Corporate Real Estate with a workplace specialization. You can find her on LinkedIn, Twitter, Instagram, Goodreads, Unsplash or at tracybrower.com. Tune in for this special broadcast on Wednesday, January 24 @ 6pm EST!

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    Another Fork in the Road: What Does “Normal” Life After Brain Injury Look Like 2

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    What Does a “Normal” Life After Brain Injury Look Like?” REALLY!!?? Is there ever a normal life after brain injury. We'll hear from three survivors to get their thoughts on that qEvery TBI survivor and caregiver has encountered a fork in the road that has diverted his or her life-plan. A car accident, a fall from the roof, doing one more chin-up, or a door literally slamming one in the face are just some causes of traumatic brain injury. College plans, walking down the aisle in the perfect dress, or the coveted job quickly slip from reality as dreams turn to struggle. These unexpected life-happenings that divert one from his or her chosen path in life can be devastating. But as Yogi Berra once said, "If you come to a fork in the road, take it." Life is all about choices! To learn more about me, please visit my blog and website.
    Surviving Traumatic Brain Injury Blog:                              survivingtraumaticbraininjury.com
    Author of Prisoners without Bars: A Caregiver's Tale:      donnafigurski.com
    Donna's Blog:                                                                    donnaodonnellfigurski.wordpress.com

  • 00:59

    A Chat in the Garden with Monique A. J. Smith

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    Denise Barnes, Client Services Coordinator, New York Giants, provides dedicated service to 5K season ticket members, delivering fan experiences and developing connections.
    Barnes' career with the Giants began during the 2021 season as a Premium Services Intern.
    Barnes joined the team from Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools as Varsity Head Cheer Coach and Student Services Admin. She established the first coed cheer team at Ardrey Kell High School, led competition teams to NCHSAA Division-I JV champions and 3rd place Varsity Coed titles, increasing diversity in the Cheer program.
    Barnes previously spent two seasons with the Washington Commanders Cheerleaders, where she was a professional cheerleader for the Indian Premier League’s Royal Challengers cricket team in Bangalore, India to launch the country's inaugural cheer team. She served as a Football Recruitment Assistant for four seasons with the UNC Football program.
    A graduate of UNC Chapel Hill with a bachelor's in journalism, Barnes’ career began as a graphics page designer with The Daily Tar Heel and Durham Herald-Sun newspapers. She holds a master's in Sport Admin from Canisius University. A native of Queens, New York, Barnes grew up in Wilson, North Carolina.
    Join us on A Chat in the Garden with Monique A. J. Smith at 10:00 am EST. Come listen to our guest’s career path, her advice for others & current initiatives...A Chat in the Garden with Monique A.J. Smith, where Significance Blooms. Listen via 563-999-3513 or www.chatinthegarden.com. This is Season 10. Seasons 1-5 (and soon Season 6) can be found on 200plus.expert, previously broadcasted on Survival Broadcast Network. Seasons 7-9 are at www.chatinthegarden.com.

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    Great Minds Discussions; Is social Media Good or Bad for Black America?

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    Great Minds Discussions; Is social Media Good or Bad for Black America?  A deep dive into social media and where it is headed for Black America can we use this platform to create a healthy environment to grow and develop into responsible individuals. How do we begin to move forward and create an atmosphere of love, respect and collaboration.  We want to hear from you, you, and you. Join us Tuesday February 6, 2024 at 6:00pm CST / 7:00pm EST dial in # (929) 477-3785

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    Just Breathe Podcast with Host: Rosalind Ferrell

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    Just Breathe is a ministry created as a safe house (“brave space”)for men and women to come together without judgment to share their “JUST BREATHE” moments in life.  Yes, you probably shed some tears,  had a gut punch, needed resuscitation, needed recovery, but I would like to encourage you to “JUST BREATHE!”
    This ministry is designed for us as Kingdom Ambassadors to come together in Unity on One Accord to live on purpose through the gospel of Jesus Christ.  With God, everything has purpose, even those JUST BREATHE moments.
    For more information about the Just Breathe podcast contact Rosalind Ferrell at 972-292-8544 or email:  whatisyourdetour@gmail.com
    I would love to have you as my guest. #justbreathepodcast #justbreathe #suddenly #psalm30v5 #kingdombusiness

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    Let's Do It Radio-Mz Inez Sez-Let's Talk About It!-Trafficking:Male Survivorship

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    02/06/2024 - Let's Do It Radio - Mz. Inez Sez - Let's Talk About It! - Human Trafficking: Male Survivorship
    Hostess/Producer: Mz. Inez
    Topic: Human Trafficking: Male Survivorship - The Deven Tucker Story
    “I got held at gunpoint,” says Deven. “And they told me there is no escaping, there is no leaving, there is no-no telling.” Deven Tucker spent most of his life trapped in circumstances beyond his control. It started with childhood neglect by his parents that shaped his view of himself and the world. “I felt empty. Like-like just like nobody cared, and eventually it got to the point where I thought, well, maybe this is the norm, just for my life. Maybe this is how it’s supposed to be,” says Deven...He shares his story hoping others who are being trafficked will find help as they cry out to God for freedom. “God hears you, every prayer, every thought. And there is hope. If He can set me free, He can help you get free,” says Deven. (cbn com).
    Worldwide Listeners, join us tonight on Let's Do It Radio - Mz. Inez Sez - Let's Talk About It! - Human Trafficking: Male Survivorship -The Deven Tucker Story. This is a deep story. Looking forward to hearing what Deven has to say.
    In case you miss any episodes, listen ON DEMAND @ blogtalkradio com letsdoitradio. 
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  • 01:27


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    Tonight on Dark Matter Radio we have the originator of AFRICAN AMERICANS AINT AFRICAN Kerry Davis. This man coined the phrase "STOP ACCEPTING INFORMATION THAT DEFIES LOGIC!"  He put it all in his book AFRICAN AMERICANS AINT AFRICAN. 
    “African Americans Ain’t African” shows us how the American Indians were transformed into "African American". The book details how the "African Americans" went from "Colored," "Negro", and "Black" to "African American" in less than 100 years. A must for those looking for a connection long-hidden
    Pretty Wolf
    African Americans Ain’t African” should definitely be a book that every Indigenous person should own. Kerry Davis does an exceptional job of explaining contrasting circumstances and events that most people either do not want to talk about or absolutely have no clue about. A must!
    Erica M. Chuku
    web site https://africanamericansaintafrican.com/
    and the direct link to this book https://africanamericansaintafrican.com/products
    Books from the Host Ronnie McLean helps to support the show. 

  • 00:22


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    During the past 50 years, Professor Williams commitment has been to researching and finding out all that I could to resurrect the Ancient Egyptian consciousness among my people. We have gone from Africans/slaves, to Coloreds, to Negroes, to Blacks, and now to African-Americans.
    The information written in this book is very vital to our community at this time in world history. If we are to advance ourselves out of this mental and spiritual confusion, we must have the knowledge of what happened to our Ancient Egyptian ancestors in the past in order for us to know what has to be done in the future.
    If he had not written the books Historical Origins of Christianity and Islam, chances are you would have never known the true historical origin of Christianity because Christian theology, as taught throughout history and today, will never reveal this to you. Why not? Because the European religious and academic communities have erased the Coptic Egyptian origin of this religion thereby creating a totally European world view of Christianity.
    Since we as a people have been spiritually disconnected from our Ancient Egyptian ancestors, we do not think and live our lives as subjects of our own ancestral historical experience.

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