Mon, 24 January 2022
In part 1 of this 2 part series I talk about the importance of compassion of being a contributing human being to this world.
It's so important to practice compassion espeically in the world we live in today.
We don't know what another is going through and it's best not to judge.
Remain grateful, change your mind set to appreciation and we'd all make this a better world to live in.
Mon, 17 January 2022
GeNienne Samuels is the founder and president of Sideline Prep, as well as an accomplished entrepreneur, consultant, coach, and public speaker. Freelancing as a news anchor, producer, and reporter, Samuels is also a Business Process Reengineer(BPR), quality and process improvement consultant, and holds the distinguished credential of being a Project Management Professional(PMP).
Samuels recently retired as a Wizard Girl for the NBA’s Washington Wizards to take on the role as the In-Arena Host for the Washington Wizards. In addition to her love of stunting, cheerleading, and dance, GeNienne owns a quality consulting company, GS Consulting & Communication, Inc.(GSCC), that services the State of Maryland, the Federal Government, and small businesses and nonprofits in the DC Metropolitan area. GeNienne is also the host for two television shows: “Operation Rising Star'' (in support of the military) which airs on the Pentagon Channel and “SchoolScene: (in support of Fairfax County Public Schools) which can be viewed on RedApple21 in Fairfax County.
Sideline Prep is an international network of current and former professional and semi-professional cheerleaders that fully prepare aspiring professional cheerleaders with the knowledge, style, and glamour to walk into professional cheerleading prep classes and auditions for the NFL and NBA with confidence and ultimately, “sideline-ready.” GeNienne and her team of coaches have spent years developing, implementing, testing, tracking, and tweaking strategies, techniques and advice to target the techniques that yield positive results so they can share, deliver, and teach what really works.
Mon, 10 January 2022
Chronic pain is something many deal with, much more than we know.
In fact, there's a good chance we'll all deal with chronic pain in one way or another.
Let's talk about how to prevent, how to treat and how to deal with what can be a debilitating experience.
In this show I also talk about participation awards, learning from failure and not understanding what it's like to go through life's ups and downs.
And finally hard work, one of my favourite topics. There is no substitute for hard work.
Hard work gives us more options, it makes us better people and prepares us for life especially going through hard work early on at a younger age.
Direct download: EMB_525_Chronic_Pain_Participation_Awards_and_Hard_Work.mp3
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Mon, 3 January 2022
Joe Cohen won the genetic lottery of bad genes. As a kid, he suffered from inflammation, brain fog,
Frustrated by the lack of good information and tools, Joe decided to embark on a journey of
After creating the biohacker's ultimate resource website, SelfHacked, Joe moved on to found SelfDecode,