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VETERANS NEED TO BE HONORED

Veterans put their life on the line so that all other Americans can enjoy life and freedom in this country NSI &DOOD RADIO interviews Mike Durkee The Lake Park-based organization is not affiliated with the Wounded Warrior Project. CLICK HERE TO LISTEN TO MIKE DURKEE’S INTERVIEW!! Veterans living in the US number in the millions.  According to the Census Bureau there are approximately 21.8 million. Women comprise 10% of that total number. These men and women are patriotic and proud to serve in our US military to defend this country.  Even if it means sacrificing their own life.  It is alarming that the military personnel returning home to enter civilian life,  integrates into a society that seems indifferent to the obstacles and challenges they face.  Although these highly trained military individuals are well equipped to defend us against foreign opposition, they are frequently out of touch with the private sector. Assimilating back into society can be extremely difficult. Since 2001, the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan have created conditions where many military personnel have faced multiple deployments.  Veterans often have endured long stretches where they have been separated from their families.  They watched from afar as their children grew up without them. There are also many complaints of lingering health issues, both physical and mental. They entered the service strong and healthy and may return completely changed from injuries sustained during their tour. Many are drug dependent due to pain medications.  Veterans are often desperately in need of emotional therapy to help them transition into civilian life.  Post-traumatic stress disorder, also known as PTSD is one of the most...

Generation war & confusion

Rick Bava visits Never Say Impossible Radio on Blab.im You are invited to jump in and join the conversation   Rick is the author of “In Search of the Baby Boomer Generation” Generation war confusion is creating tension between Baby Boomers and Millennials?  Never Say Impossible Radio opens a discussion on the topic Wednesday January 27 at 4 pm EST-1pm PST. Rick Bava has a lifetime of experience as a successful businessman and entrepreneur.  He also has years of research information regarding the baby boomer generation and their problems from all areas of the United States. Wednesday 1/27/2016 at 4 pm EST and 1 pm PST Where:  Blab.im  https://blab.im/myra-goldick-baby-boomers-the-future-their-legacy What we will discuss: Baby boomers are you worried about your future? Do you have enough money and insurance to survive our longer lifespan? Are you happy with the direction the country is moving in? Do you think millennial’s are the generation of entitlements? Do Baby Boomers miss the good old days of prosperity during the 50’s through the 90’s and the promise of Golden years ahead? On the other hand are millennial’s tired of being called spoiled? Do Millennials feel they are burdened by debt they inherited through no fault of their own? Our millennial’s facing new bubbles in the economy that will make the housing bubble of 2008 seems small? Why are so many millennials distrustful of the banking system and Wall Street? Sign into Blab.im on any browser except Safari and join the conversation about Baby Boomers, their future, their legacy.  This is a live visual conversation.  Now you can see who is speaking.  Viewers can listen, watch...

Change is coming

Dancing on our Disabilities Radio Interviews Maite Reyes-Coles Program Director of  The Coalition for Independent Living Options, Inc. of WPB, FL. This girl is happy because of your help DOOD Radio is proud to present Maite Reyes-Coles   Maite is dedicated to improving the lives of others. Click here to listen to Maites compelling interview. Or visit www.talkshoe.com and click on episode 144 Change happens when we support each other.  If you or someone you love became disabled tomorrow, would you know what to do or where to find help?  When I was paralysed by polio at age 10, I thought my life was over because I was disabled.  Then strange things began to happen. The world suddenly offered kindness.  People I never met came to my rescue to help aid in my struggle to recover.  Because people like you had a big heart and helped me get the wheelchair, braces, and crutches I needed to learn to walk again my life was transformed.  I’ll admit it was rough and some days I just wanted to give up. I cried when I was pulled to my feet and took my first step. I stood at the parallel bars and looked into a mirror that reflected a young girl who looked more  like the Tin Man in the Wizard of Oz than a budding adolescent. It took three years before I was strong enough to return to school at 13.  That age is a difficult time.  I wanted to be accepted and not looked at as the broken girl.  Each time I fell down, I got up again with the...

Great leadership qualities

NSI Radio Interviews Bob Daves My guest today on Never Say Impossible Radio is Bob Daves. Our topic is– Great Leadership qualities Click here to listen to Bob Daves Leadership in it’s finest state is not as easy as it appears.  It take constant thought and planning.  Great leadership is a position that is earned.  Recently, I had the opportunity to take a mastermind class with a leader by the name of Bob Daves.  Bob is someone I have great respect for.  I must admit that I am a person that is extremely drawn to self-help and self-improvement.  However, my first thought upon learning that Bob Daves was offering a Mastermind class on leadership qualities as a complementary addition to his program, I asked myself, do you really need this refresher on leadership after years under my belt in management?  Of course I did and I simply could not resist signing up.  Not only did I learn many things that I was unaware of on the various different kinds of great leadership styles, the Mastermind class, which is held via teleconference, gave me the opportunity to refresh and sharpen my skills.  It has done wonders for my sense of confidence.  It is like a shot of vitimin B 12 to boost your energy as well as your leadership skills.  I took a long look at my style of leadership.  Am I great or simply good?  I realized that there were areas that I needed to improve and relearn.  Bob Daves has a unique method of involving class members and reminding them of the most important qualities that great leadership...

Money questions and answers

Never Say Impossible Radio interview the well known Jordan Goodman about MONEY Jordan Goodman America’s Money Answers Man Money means different things to various people. For some, it means freedom, independence, and for others it gives them a sense of security and a feeling of happiness because they are able to experience life as they want to on a financial basis. Money does not buy happiness. However, on the other hand, you will feel stressed and anxious if you run out of money and cannot pay your mortgage or put food on your table. Many Americans simply do not know how to manage their money. I will admit it. I was one of those people who believed that I needed to enjoy my life as I lived it.  I gave little thought to the future, and I was way too trusting of the banking institutions and our system. I was young and foolish. Later in life, I witnessed my children making the same mistakes that I had made. Why don’t we require children to learn about managing money at a very early age? I am talking about young children in grade school. I think it is the missing gap in most elementary schools. So many children today feel entitled to wealth because as parents, we want them to have everything their hearts desire. It took me many years to acquire my first home, enjoy luxury vacations, save for the future, and feel financially comfortable. My children, on the other hand, had it all within the first year or two of marriage. Were they saving for a rainy day or an unexpected illness? I doubt it. Here are eight...

Legal side of life

Patricia Rogers has a conversation with Myra Goldick   Patricia Rogers is a  LegalShield Representative and  is the” go to” lady when you need proper legal protection.  Who doesn’t?  It’s always better to take the necessary steps to protect your identity and know you have a legal advisor waiting in the wings to make sure the law is on your side. Legal help is often a part of life no matter who you are or what you do for a living. Patricia Rogers has spent 28 years in law enforcement learning how important it is to be prepared and ready for an unexpected legal problem.  The last thing people think about is that they may need legal help.  We don’t commit crimes and live normal lives and do our best to abide with the rules and regulations required by the government.  But what if an unexpected problem seems to come from no where?  Here is an example of the unexpected incident.  You buy a home and live in it happily until your neighbors rotting tree falls into your yard causing damage to your property. To make matters worse your neighbor won’t address the issue and claims it’s your problem.  What then?  How about the irresponsible ex-spouse that refuses to pay child support?  Lets consider a traffic accident set-up.  That is when a person deliberately bangs into your car and claims it’s your fault and tries to sue you.  What about a dog running wild and off the leash that bites your child? Patricia Rogers , says “It makes sense to know when you need professional help and when you can wing it alone.  Many people...
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