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January 2015

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Sunday, January 4, 2015 - Social Health

 

Host Tracy Everette-Duncan

Co/Host William Craig

Video: K-DRAMA - Get Your Weight Up!"

 

1st Segment: Resolve This!

New Year's Resolutions shouldn’t be ritual. They are most times broken promises. Instead, resolve to do THIS ONE THING! Choose one thing and follow through even if it takes all year to complete. 

 

2nd Segment: Execute Your P.L.A.N.

Whatever your thinking – think BIGGER. If your Goal doesn’t scare you – it isn’t BIG enough. Identify ONE THING in that Goal to do every month – then decide to CHANGE. Check out the 6-Changes Your P.L.A.N. must address, who you must associate with in order to be successful; and Do It Now! 

 

 

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Sunday, January 12, 2015 - Mental Health

 

Host Tracy Everette-Duncan

Co/Host William Craig

Co/Host Dr. Michelle

Co/Host Dwayne Ross

Video: Parasites Attack!

 

1st Segment: 4 Thieves of Personal Wealth

We ushered in our newest segment – THE CHOP CHOP, Co/Hosted by Dwayne Ross, Author and Speaker of No More Crumbs from the Table. The song is selected from the one and only “The Ambassador” an unafraid to say it – Christian Hip Hop Artist. The purpose of The Chop Chop is to take the meat of the Word and cut it up, smash it, puree it and break bread with each other to digest it to the fullest.

 

2nd Segment: Drop It Like It's Hot!

Ever wonder why you are having trouble losing weight – or why you seem to continually gain weight. You’ve tried all types of diets and nothing seems to be working. Just stop for a moment and consider this – parasites. Could it possibly that you have those hidden in the fatty tissues of her body. 

 

 

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Sunday, January 18, 2015 - Financial Health

 

Host Tracy Everette-Duncan

Co/Host William Craig

Guest Appearances: Is The New Black

     Denee Davis & Courtney Everett

Guest: Armetria Misha & Ayanna Moo-Young

Video: DC Fashion Week 

 

1st Segment: Guest - Armetria Misha, Author, Speaker & Certified Life Coach

Armetria Misha, Author, Speaker & Life Coach: Affirm Like A Boss – Affirmations of a Boss Chic – discussed her life as a mother of 6-beautiful healthy boys, her book and how it is the essence of her as she teaches us how to captivate thought energy and synchronize it with vocal vibrations to manifest physical greatness; and her struggle to become financially free through business ownership. To connect with Armetria, visit: www.armetriamisha.com/affirmlikeaboss 

www.facebook.com/armetriamisha

 

2nd Segment: Guest - Ean Williams, Founder & Executive Director of DC Fashion Week

Ean Williams, Founder and Executive Director of DC Fashion Week, shared how he recognized a gap in the fashion design industry as pertained to Washington, DC and used his knowledge to bring talent, businesses and other foreign countries to our nation’s capital for an amazing MEGA venture – DC Fashion Week. To connect with Ean with DC Fashion Week, visit:

www.facebook.com/dcfashionweek

www.twitter.com/dcfashionweek

 

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Sunday, January 25, 2015 - Physical Health

 

Host Tracy Everette-Duncan

Co/Host William Craig

Co/Host Jamila Nero

Video: Fat Loss Factor by Dr. Charles Livingston

 

1st Segment: What Else is Keeping Us from Dropping the Weight? 

If you haven’t heard it before, Americans are fatter and less active than ever before. Two-thirds are overweight or obese and less than 1/3 exercise at least three-times a week. Our 1st segment discussed Obesity and its effects on the human body. It not only is the culprit of Type 2 Diabetes, High Blood Pressure, Liver Disease, Heart Disease, Cancer and Mood Disorder 

 

2nd Segment: Guest - Ean Williams, Founder & Executive Director of DC Fashion Week

Are you over 40 and still Got It? Ms. Jamila Nero, Founder & Owner of Salon Cocktails, discussed the need for the more mature crowd to improve health through exercise and good eating in order to prevent or delay diseases and disabilities. Our body is changing. The things we were able to do so effortlessly in youth, are challenging today as we mature. If we don’t “Keep It Moving”, we may awaken to find that we are not as flexible or limber.