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  • 01:05

    Trench Work Chronicles Episode 104: Bullet Barbie Interview

    in Women

    This week im joined by talent scout, model firearms trainer & aspiring lawyer Efda Dejoie owner of Bullet Barbies Firearms Training.
    You can find all of her training information at  
    Check her out on instagram at @bulletbarbies & @caribbeanlajefa Tiktok at @missdejoie 
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  • 00:46

    Chatting with Nat - Pop Singer-Songwriter Nomae

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    Atlanta based artist, Nomae, is an artist whose talent knows no bounds. A combination of Colbie Callet, Dido, bits of Fiest wrapped in a positive folk pop that is reimagined.  Though she's a classically trained singer, her sound spans across genres. Currently Nomae is collaborating with heavy hitters in the film, tv and ad world from Atlanta, Nashville, and internationally.  She is regularly releasing music on all streaming platforms. She is focused on her upcoming project which will feature a more pop feel with a darker sound to follow. Easy to listen to with emotional and substantive lyrics, she is one to watch on the upcoming pop/singer songwriter scene.

  • 00:31

    January Jones-Try Laughter - Mrs. Camo America - with Bobbe White

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    Let's Do Something Scary
    Bobbe believes laughter and humor surround us daily. Her insights will change your group's perception of both. Your audience will be enlightened to the therapeutic value of humor and laughter and learn how to tap in to their benefits to communicate more effectively, both personally and professionally.
    From crisis management, to team building, personal wellness, or stress management, Bobbe will empower your group to a new level of confidence
    From crisis management, to team building, personal wellness, or stress management, Bobbe will empower your group to a new level of confidence

  • 00:58

    A Year Without Men: A Twelve-Point Guide To Inspire + Empower Women

    in Women

    A Year Without Men: A Twelve-Point Guide To Inspire + Empower Women with Allison Carmen
    After decades fighting to free themselves from male-dominated social and economic structures such as glass ceilings and pay equality, women still struggle. But many are poised to rise up with innovative ways to approach the many problems facing today’s world. A World Without Men is an essential guide to every woman's success and liberation.
    Sharing many stories of her own life, as well as those of her clients, Allison demonstrates how women can become fully realized so that every choice they make is not from fear but from strength. She provides exercises for women to incorporate all of the lessons and wisdom from this book into their daily lives in ways that don’t require a complete life overhaul.
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  • 02:34

    America celebrates the holiday, but the question remains, are we independent?

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    America celebrates the holiday, but the question remains, are we really independent?
    Do we grow our own food? Do we make our own medicine? Transportation?
    Are we as independent as we think we are? 
    What are we teaching our children?
    Join the conversation with Lionel Abdul Haaq
    of Community Cultivations
    Higher Learning with ZeldaSpeaks
    on Monday Morning Mindfulness!
    7-9am CST
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    LIVE STRESS Relief Session on
    #please #share the knowledge!

  • 00:44

    Sold to the Highest Bidder

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    Sold to the Highest Bidder. During this interview with Marnie and guest, Lisa Miller about her life story and book, “Sold to the Highest Bidder,” you’ll discover:
    1.  How to muster the courage to tell your story – even if it’s a painful one. 2.  Why your story of redemption needs to be told. 3.  Exposing Evil: Why difficult topics need to be spoken and written about. 4.  Putting it on paper: Outlining to Journaling to Refining. 5.  Heavenly Perspective - How to tell “your” story as (God’s) “HIS-story.” 6.  Loving those who’ve wounded you while attracting your audience. 7.  Trusting God to capture and heal hearts, as only He can. 8.  How to speak to an audience of lost and broken hearts.
    Lisa Leigh Miller was sold to the highest bidder at the age of three years old. Through the tears (and eventual joy) of her riveting true story, you'll gain a fresh perspective of how relentless God's love is for us and a new resolve for your God-given purpose. Learn more at and invite Lisa to speak at your next event via

  • 00:31

    Robust Lifestyles is excited to welcome back Beth Parrish

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    Come and listen while Host Joyce Benning interviews a variety of committed women weekly, whom are working to make the world a better place! #DivasThatCare
    Beth Lauren Parrish is a Certified Level 3 CHA Riding Instructor and Level 1 Certified Equestrian Tai Chi Instructor. She has taught thousands of lessons for the past 20 years across the United States, and now teaches worldwide remotely. Beth has an unrelenting passion to improve her life and anyone else’s life that she comes into contact with. With her business, Inspired Riding, Beth has created courses, meditations, and a journal for Inspired Riders to help them become more confident and connected with their horses. She teaches equestrians to trust their intuition and have conversations with their horses telepathically, which sets up each horse and rider to have the best co-creative dances possible.

  • 00:45

    keep it real

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    issue , problem,  divorce ,life experience , fake friend. 

  • 00:43

    Encouraging Widows

    in Women or Email: The Next Chapter (TNC) Widows' Ministry, a faith-based support group encourages widows and helps them heal in the years after the loss of their husband. Nearly 700k women lose their husband each year. What a traumatic and even scary feeling a new widow can experience! So many questions. Premarital counseling never prepared you for the lonely nights, heartaches, and the many decisions. It doesn’t matter whether the marriage was long or short, the loss was from a long illness or an unexpected accident, or how much money is or is not in the bank. What matters is that the person you married, shared secrets with, made love with, laughed with, been angry with, and a host of other scenarios is not here. TNC gives widows a unique connection with others who understand why his clothes are still in the closet, his name is still on the bank account, and grocery shopping is so difficult. Widows are loved! God has a special plan to care for them. I Timothy 5:3 says, “Honor widows that are widows indeed.” A Widow’s Touch, (available on a collection of powerful true stories from 20+ widows can be a source of comfort. It allows the readers to find themselves in a character, as the widow, the family member, friend or someone mentioned. Readers can journey with the writers as they share loneliness, frustration, confusion, and victorious moments. A journey of faith dries the tears and turns grief to joy. TNC enjoys annual getaways, serves the community, celebrates special occasions, and produces a weekly talk show. Mary Hollis and Sheila Coley, co-founders, are available tor speaking engagements, workshops, and book signings.  

  • 01:58

    Ladies Men Like You Natural!

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    Tonight, on It's Real Talk Radio, we will be discussing women who wear their natural beauty, verses women who take the cosmetic rout. Today, the cosmetic industry is thriving more than ever and we can mostly credit television, and female entertainers, as they use imaging and success to set the standard of what a beautiful woman is.
    Women operate different from men. Here's a prime example. You call a man a hoe, and he'll laugh and either deny or confirm that he indeed is. There won't be any bad blood, insults or threats of a physical altercation as a result. Now if you call a woman a hoe, be prepared, because it just may get ugly. She'll definitely have some words for you and even may want a physical altercation, whether she be the initiator, or she calls one of her loved ones to come deal with you How is this relevant?
    Well most women want to feel attractive and like men want them and society recognizes their beauty. So if every successful woman they see has the best jobs, make the most money, are considered the more attractive, have the most followers and get all the attention, most are gonna follow suit because they want that same embracement. This is why you see a lot of women walk around with weave and wigs, fake eye lashes, drawn on eyebrows, fake nails, eye liner, and other forms of foundation, getting breast implants and butt injections, and so on.
    Well, we are here today to make the statement that most men don't even prefer all that fake stuff! Most men like and appreciate natural beauty more than female avatars! Most men are sick of meeting you one way, then seeing you the next time and not recognizing you, because you didn't put on your face before you came outside. If you aren't modeling or in the beauty industry where it's mandatory, then why are you putting on all these enhancements and hiding your true selves from us? WE DON'T LIKE IT!

  • 00:31

    Former Miss Tampa 2006- Allison Walsh

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    Allison Walsh is a founder, seasoned healthcare executive, philanthropist, speaker, professional consultant, and Miss Florida 2006. A two-time CEO for national coaching firms, Allison has over 15 years of organizational leadership, mentorship, and coaching experience. She serves as Vice President of Business Development and Branding for Advanced Recovery Systems, a national provider and industry leader in behavioral healthcare. Host of the She Believed She Could podcast and creator of the Savvy Girl online coaching community, Allison's platform strengthens the professional development and career advancement for women. Named in the Orlando Business Journal's 2021 Top 40 Under 40 and Women Who Mean Business, Allison also served as a contributing editor for the Dove Digital Channel and is a proud member of Forbes Business Development Council, Dell Women's Entrepreneur Network,

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