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Change Your Thoughts, Change Your Life

Latest Episodes

117 How to Build Wealth and Reduce Debt

Financial guru, Steven LaBroi shares tips that the wealthy use every day to reduce debt and build wealth. And the wonderful news is that you do not have to be wealthy to apply these tips; but you must know what they are. Listen to this episode if you want to learn how to live the debt-free, stress-free and happy life we were meant to live.

56 MIN2016 DEC 18
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117 How to Build Wealth and Reduce Debt

116 Food Safety, Nutrition and Hunger Sponsored by HPRC

In this episode, Byron Sogie-Thomas of the Health Policy Research Consortium and Michael J. Wilson of Maryland Hunger Solutions share some startling details surrounding food safety, access to nutritious food, and hunger. They discuss the role public policy played in creating our current food system and how public policy can help improve it. They also explain the role each of us can play in influencing the public policy that can help us obtain better access to safe and nutritious foods, combat hunger, and in the end improve our overall health.

57 MIN2016 DEC 11
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116 Food Safety, Nutrition and Hunger Sponsored by HPRC

115 Toxic Parenting: How to Identify If You Have A Toxic Style of Parenting

Dr. Sharon R Bonds and Marriage & Family Therapist, Carter Drew, helps us identify if we have a toxic style of parenting. They also provide ideas on steps parents can take to become less toxic.

56 MIN2016 DEC 4
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115 Toxic Parenting: How to Identify If You Have A Toxic Style of Parenting

114 Living Their Passion – The Baker Twins

Donald and Ronald Baker fall into that 20% category of people who pursue childhood imaginations that lead to happiness and success. In this episode, they share how their exposure to photography has led to them becoming living legends in the world of photojournalism.

52 MIN2016 NOV 27
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114 Living Their Passion – The Baker Twins

113 What You Need To Know About Open Enrollment 2017 – Sponsored by the Health Policy Research Consortium

Do you have questions regarding Open Enrollment and the future of Obamacare? If so, the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) is the topic of this episode. Byron Sogie Thomas of the Health Policy Research Consortium and Ben Turner of the Primary Care Coalition discuss and answer questions about the Open Enrollment process. Ben Turner outlines seven steps to get you through the open enrollment process and Byron Sogie Thomas talks about how we can have our voices heard when it comes to any changes in policy surrounding the future of the Affordable Care Act.

57 MIN2016 NOV 13
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113 What You Need To Know About Open Enrollment 2017 – Sponsored by the Health Policy Research Consortium

112 From Victim to Victorious: How I Survived Sexual Abuse by My Biological Father

Natasha Elliott talks about how she survived childhood sexual abuse by her biological father. Natasha points out that there are always signs that reveal a child is a victim of sexual, mental, or emotional abuse. Learn about the key signs of abuse that parents must pay close attention to and never ignore.

56 MIN2016 NOV 6
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112 From Victim to Victorious: How I Survived Sexual Abuse by My Biological Father

111 The Makings of a Good Father

Four dynamic men talk about what it takes to be a great father, the social ills of father absenteeism, the seven things every father should tell his daughter, the importance of shared custody, a mother's ability to raise a boy to become a man, and much more.

56 MIN2016 OCT 30
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111 The Makings of a Good Father

110 Perspectives: Presidential Election 2016

Political Strategist, Patricia Mitchell; Former US Marshall (DOJ) David Grogan, and Film/TV Actor, Garret Davis shared their perspectives about both Hillary and Trump, the three presidential debates, voting, locker room talk, how they planned to cast their votes, and much more.

55 MIN2016 OCT 23
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110 Perspectives: Presidential Election 2016

109 Breast Cancer Awareness with the Health Policy Research Consortium

In recognition of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Mr. Byron Sogie-Thomas, Deputy Director for Health Policy Research & Analysis at the Health Policy Research Consortium, and Dr. Edith Mitchell, Professor of Medical Oncology at the Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center and past President of the National Medical Association shared their knowledge about breast cancer.

57 MIN2016 OCT 9
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109 Breast Cancer Awareness with the Health Policy Research Consortium

108 Ten Things Christians Should Consider Before Arguing with Atheists

With this rise in not only religiously unaffiliated Americans, but also a more vocal group, Michael Lehmann shares how to have a graceful communications when encountering atheists and agnostics.

53 MIN2016 SEP 18
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108 Ten Things Christians Should Consider Before Arguing with Atheists

Latest Episodes

117 How to Build Wealth and Reduce Debt

Financial guru, Steven LaBroi shares tips that the wealthy use every day to reduce debt and build wealth. And the wonderful news is that you do not have to be wealthy to apply these tips; but you must know what they are. Listen to this episode if you want to learn how to live the debt-free, stress-free and happy life we were meant to live.

56 MIN2016 DEC 18
Comments
117 How to Build Wealth and Reduce Debt

116 Food Safety, Nutrition and Hunger Sponsored by HPRC

In this episode, Byron Sogie-Thomas of the Health Policy Research Consortium and Michael J. Wilson of Maryland Hunger Solutions share some startling details surrounding food safety, access to nutritious food, and hunger. They discuss the role public policy played in creating our current food system and how public policy can help improve it. They also explain the role each of us can play in influencing the public policy that can help us obtain better access to safe and nutritious foods, combat hunger, and in the end improve our overall health.

57 MIN2016 DEC 11
Comments
116 Food Safety, Nutrition and Hunger Sponsored by HPRC

115 Toxic Parenting: How to Identify If You Have A Toxic Style of Parenting

Dr. Sharon R Bonds and Marriage & Family Therapist, Carter Drew, helps us identify if we have a toxic style of parenting. They also provide ideas on steps parents can take to become less toxic.

56 MIN2016 DEC 4
Comments
115 Toxic Parenting: How to Identify If You Have A Toxic Style of Parenting

114 Living Their Passion – The Baker Twins

Donald and Ronald Baker fall into that 20% category of people who pursue childhood imaginations that lead to happiness and success. In this episode, they share how their exposure to photography has led to them becoming living legends in the world of photojournalism.

52 MIN2016 NOV 27
Comments
114 Living Their Passion – The Baker Twins

113 What You Need To Know About Open Enrollment 2017 – Sponsored by the Health Policy Research Consortium

Do you have questions regarding Open Enrollment and the future of Obamacare? If so, the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) is the topic of this episode. Byron Sogie Thomas of the Health Policy Research Consortium and Ben Turner of the Primary Care Coalition discuss and answer questions about the Open Enrollment process. Ben Turner outlines seven steps to get you through the open enrollment process and Byron Sogie Thomas talks about how we can have our voices heard when it comes to any changes in policy surrounding the future of the Affordable Care Act.

57 MIN2016 NOV 13
Comments
113 What You Need To Know About Open Enrollment 2017 – Sponsored by the Health Policy Research Consortium

112 From Victim to Victorious: How I Survived Sexual Abuse by My Biological Father

Natasha Elliott talks about how she survived childhood sexual abuse by her biological father. Natasha points out that there are always signs that reveal a child is a victim of sexual, mental, or emotional abuse. Learn about the key signs of abuse that parents must pay close attention to and never ignore.

56 MIN2016 NOV 6
Comments
112 From Victim to Victorious: How I Survived Sexual Abuse by My Biological Father

111 The Makings of a Good Father

Four dynamic men talk about what it takes to be a great father, the social ills of father absenteeism, the seven things every father should tell his daughter, the importance of shared custody, a mother's ability to raise a boy to become a man, and much more.

56 MIN2016 OCT 30
Comments
111 The Makings of a Good Father

110 Perspectives: Presidential Election 2016

Political Strategist, Patricia Mitchell; Former US Marshall (DOJ) David Grogan, and Film/TV Actor, Garret Davis shared their perspectives about both Hillary and Trump, the three presidential debates, voting, locker room talk, how they planned to cast their votes, and much more.

55 MIN2016 OCT 23
Comments
110 Perspectives: Presidential Election 2016

109 Breast Cancer Awareness with the Health Policy Research Consortium

In recognition of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Mr. Byron Sogie-Thomas, Deputy Director for Health Policy Research & Analysis at the Health Policy Research Consortium, and Dr. Edith Mitchell, Professor of Medical Oncology at the Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center and past President of the National Medical Association shared their knowledge about breast cancer.

57 MIN2016 OCT 9
Comments
109 Breast Cancer Awareness with the Health Policy Research Consortium

108 Ten Things Christians Should Consider Before Arguing with Atheists

With this rise in not only religiously unaffiliated Americans, but also a more vocal group, Michael Lehmann shares how to have a graceful communications when encountering atheists and agnostics.

53 MIN2016 SEP 18
Comments
108 Ten Things Christians Should Consider Before Arguing with Atheists