What My World's Like

We Think Radio

Aug
19

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Brace yourself as Sakiya and I are sure to test your beliefs and provoke your thoughts as we entertain you. Our topics tonight will range from business to politics, religion to education, relationships to self-empowerment, to pop-culture and everything else in between. Tune in and join in the discussion where great minds don’t think alike…they think for themselves!

We Think Radio:

Aug
12

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Brace yourself as Sakiya and I are sure to test your beliefs and provoke your thoughts as we entertain you.  Our topics tonight will range from business to politics, religion to education, relationships to self-empowerment, to pop-culture and everything else in between.  Tune in and join in the discussion where great minds don’t think a like…they think for themselves!

We Think Radio: Who’s dateable?

Jul
22

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TONIGHT’S TOPIC: Are there any professions that you won’t date? A lot of ladies say no to gynecologists and men say no to strippers. Why is this so? Tune in and share your thoughts and experiences!

We Think Radio: holidays or holidaze?

Jul
08

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TOPIC: Holidays–why do, or don’t, you celebrate them?  Have you received scrutiny for your decision?  Tune in and share your thoughts and experiences.

Power to the…?

May
27

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TONIGHT’S TOPIC: POWER…ultimately who has it? The government, corporations or the people? Tune in and join the discussion. Tonight’s guest host will be Kwesi Ronald E. Harris of www.khepera.org.

A topic about every body

May
13

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TONIGHT’S TOPIC: Body Image – How and/or does it affects men and women differently? Why isn’t it discussed if body image issues are so prevalent? What are possible ways to overcome a negative body image?

Addendum: The University of New Hampshire has a pretty good brochure about transforming body image that lists some excellent starting points. During the show, I mentioned Maxwell Maltz’s Psycho-Cybernetics and Creative Living for Today, as well as Louise Hay’s You Can Heal Your Life. I’m particularly fond of the 1999 gift edition. To that list, I’d also like to add Marcia Germaine Hutchinson’s Transforming body image: learning to love the body you have.

Be the best you and learn to love yourself as you are and in the process of becoming that “best you”. Get rid of beliefs and ideals that don’t serve you. They were created to serve someone; if they aren’t serving you, they aren’t for you, so why hold on? If you’re complaint about your body is something that is within your power to change, commit to changing it, but it’s not necessary to be compulsive or unloving to yourself in the process.

”We are so busy obsessing over what is wrong with us – whether it’s our weight, misproportion, wrinkles, pimples, excess hair or functional limitations – that we fail to develop our potential as human beings. If we could harness a tiny fraction of the energy and attention wasted in body hate and use it as fuel for creativity and self-development, just think how far we could travel toward our life goals.”
– Marcia Germaine Hutchinson

Laughter: Finding the good

Sep
19

There’s a connection between being able to find the good and being optimistic.  Optimists are usually in high spirits.  Laughter is one of the ingredients of that condition.  This made me laugh, so I thought I’d share.

The book she’s reading from is Thank you and You’re Welcome by Kanye West and j. SaKiya Sandifer.  SaKiya’s mission is to be a spark to those who want to create a positive change in their lives.  Being a friend of his, I can personally attest to the fact that he is definitely a spark and will make you think during every single interaction with him.  His first book is actually entitled Think Think Think and Think Again.  Both are worthwhile reads that are certain to be of inspiration to you on some level or another.