All parents face challenges that can leave them stressed and spinning into emotional reactivity. Am I being too restrictive or too permissive? How can I get my child to listen? How can I get my child to do as I ask? Join Esteem Yourself BlogTalkRadio host Chizoma Cluff as she interviews visionary guide, trainer, and family coach, Connie Allen. Connie has a Master of Arts degree in Psychology. She is the Founder and Executive Director of Joyous Family Coaching. Connie will discuss her book Joyous Child Joyous Parent and share insights on the ingredients of creating truly joyous relationships with children of all ages and how to help all children flourish as happy, successful people.
Connie Allen has always been passionate about bringing forth the free expression of the joyous inner spirit in others and herself. She nurtures emotional wholeness in young people to empower them to let their light shine brightly in life. She delights in teaching parents how to read the manual their child and students came with and to find the joy and ease in relating with children.
Connie challenges parents to first look their own behavior to evaluate whether it supports them and their child. She then provides specific actions parents can take to nurture their own emotional well-being and that of their child. By focusing on their own behavior, parenting stresses diminish.
Joyous Child Joyous Parent encourages parents to see their child as a naturally creative, capable, loving individual who wants to succeed in life and to have a joyous, loving connection with their parent. It asks parents to recognize and nurture their child s innate knowing, and to become increasingly mindful of their shared communications. By working with the 60 guidelines, both parent and child move toward a more joyous, loving, fun relationship.
Contact Information: Connie Allen
Website Address: http://.joyousfamily.com
Connie Allen's book Joyous Child Joyous Parent can be purchased by going to http://.joyousfamily.com or on amazon.com
Join Esteem Yourself BlogTalkRadio host Chizoma Cluff as she interviews Angela Stribling. Stribling is probably best known for her television career on BET as Host of Screen Scene, the network's premier entertainment news show. In radio, television, and music, Stribling has built an impressive career as a multimedia broadcaster and communicator. Stribling, has appeared in several films and television shows and she is one of the most sought after voices in the country. Angela has shared the stage with musical legends Stevie Wonder, and Chaka Kahn. She sang for President Bill Clinton and Robert De Niro at a fundraiser in New York City for Congressman Charles Rangel. "Her smoky voice softly filled the room and wrapped itself around each note from the piano. Each line that Angela sang showed off her vocal strength and control. What made it more memorable was the passion that flowed as she sang Roberta Flack's 'The Closer I Get To You." -Metro Newspaper in Malaysia
Get your copy of Angela's CD “Angela Stribling ... Live! at angelastribling.com, you can also find it on Amazon and cdbaby.com.
"Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world" - Nelson Mandela. Not only is this statement true it embodies everything that education was meant to do. Education is meant to enlighten and to empower any individual to become wiser and successful. Stepping into the higher education realm that college offers an individual can be a challenging but yet a rewarding and remarkable experience. Esteem Yourself Youth Writer Catherine Olumba, joins Esteem Yourself BlogTalkRadio host Chizoma Cluff to discuss college trials and joys. Catherine also answers some major questions pertaining to how any empowered individual can have a successful college experience. Whether you are a college freshmen or you are just graduated and stepping into the real world, this show will empower you, give you the drive to accomplish your goals, and help you transit smoothly into a successful career, after college life.
As a young adult, Catherine has first hand experience of the major topics and perplex issues that face teen girls and young adults today. As a dedicated college student who is now in her third year of college, she is an example of a courageous, brilliant, confident young lady, who continues to reach for the stars. With extensive research and with maturity, her articles are filled with insights to becoming a strong esteemed young woman.
Find out more about Catherine Olumba by going to http://esteemyourself.com/about.php.
Strength and endurance are key components to every successful goal we achieve in life. With exercise the strength and endurance you gain can impeccably affect the way you live and enable you to reach your goals. Having the strength and endurance to succeed in your exercise goals and achieve other goals you set your mind on gives you mental, physical, and emotional control to overcome any obstacle that may come your way. Learn how you can gain the strength and endurance to achieve your physical exercise goals and succeed in any life journey you take. Tune in as Esteem Yourself BlogTalkRadio host Chizoma Cluff interviews Tanya Maslach of GOTRIbal to discuss strength, endurance, empowerment, and the GOTRIbal organization. The GOTRibal organization was created to empower women and connect women through the journey of endurance sports. We will also discuss how to gain the motivation and zeal to achieve your exercise goals and how GOTRIbal’s tribes and events can help you become a more healthier, happier, and confident woman. To find out more about GOTRIbal go to http://www.gotribalnow.com
With salt water running through her veins, Tanya Maslach became a marine biologist and traveled to oceans, tide pools and marshes around the country after college. Then, during her 2nd professional career as a leadership development coach, she found herself in Hawaii swimming with a fish of a different species: incredibly fast women triathletes. As a collegiate swimmer, she was content doing master’s workouts with them in the evenings, but said no thanks to doing triathlon. Normally not one to bend to peer pressure, Tanya finally relented when her girlfriends promised unconditional support to help her just get out and try one. Eight years, and with the original mindset and inspiration that her girlfriends gifted to her, Tanya founded GOTRIbal, the company was named for the collective power and influence that TRIbes carry. Built on the three things she believes are missing in the world of endurance sports for women; humility, inclusivity and a Nordstrom-like-service orientation, GOTRIbal aims to be the most energizing resource that empowers and connects women endurance athletes around the world.
Starting a business and or owning a business could be an overwhelming venture. Whether you are considering starting your own business or striving to push your business forward, it can be difficult and overwhelming. However, with motivation and determination you can become proactive about accomplishing your business goals, and with support and guidance you can learn strategies to build your success. Certified marketing coach and business consultant Bria Simpson, who has appeared on Fox News, Martha Stewart XM, Redbook, Newsday, and many other publications, joins Esteem Yourself BlogTalkRadio host Chizoma Cluff to discuss proven strategies on implementing great business plans. Bria will share with us the different ways to start a business with confidence and esteem, and what drives the success of a business. She will also give us some tips on how to build improve, and have a successful business and much more. You can learn more about Bria Simpson and her services by visiting www.exceleratedsuccess.com
Bria Simpson, a certified business and marketing coach, has owned four businesses, served as a business consultant and coached for 8 years. Bria Simpson and her husband Mark together own Excelerated Success, LLC. Mark Simpson has owned three businesses, including one he grew into a multi-million dollar company, as well as a current online business. Together, they are the "Dynamic Duo of Business Coaching" helping entrepreneurs and small businesses vastly accelerate their growth, with ease, so they can enjoy the life and the freedom they desire.
Service can be seen as virtues of charity and humility. Service is also one way of realizing the blessings we have. Blessings that many times we take for granted. Cultivator for charitable works, a service project creator, and a humanitarian - Anastasia Nosiri joins Esteem Yourself BlogTalkRadio host Chizoma Cluff to discuss service, the need to give service, learning to serve willingly, and the act of service through physical labor. We'll also discuss what service truly means, different service projects, ways you can get involved in your own community and global service projects, and how to build yourself through serving others.
Anastasia Nosiri has been working with women in charitable service projects for the past 17 years. Some of her service projects included working with organizations such as So Others Might Eat, DC Central Kitchen, several nurse homes in the Washington DC metropolitan area, women shelters, homeless shelters. She also is the Event Planner & Service Coordinator for Esteem Yourself E-magazine. She has coordinated enormous service projects including "Diaper Cakes for Pregnant Women in the Military", literacy programs to help others enhance their reading and written skills. Anastasia continues to be a strong force in the implementation of humanitarian aid service projects.
Oh, the joy of motherhood! Being a mother is a blessing and a lifetime commitment. Rearing children is a joyous experience and at times a battlefield. Whatever your experience might be, the motherhood path and its experiences are priceless. Dropping the sane life and moving towards insanity is how Rebekah Hunter Scott, the author of Motherhood Is Easy...As Long As You Have Nothing Else To Do For The Next 50 Years describes the transition into motherhood. Join Esteem Yourself BlogTalkRadio host Chizoma Cluff for our Mother's Day episode, as she interviews Rebekah Hunter Scott. We’ll discuss Rebekah's book, motherhood, raising children, and our roles as mothers. We’ll also learn ways to cope and things that keep us going for the long road ahead.
Rebekah Hunter Scott is a humor writer who stays at home with her two young children. She is a member of the Florida Writers Association, has recently been published in The Flagler Review and won first place for short fiction in The Storyteller’s People’s Choice Awards in Spring 2008. Her fiction is featured in the anthology From Our Family To Yours (Peppertree Press), and due out this summer, Writing Is Easy (ClearView Press, Inc.). She is also a contributing writer to The Creekline newspaper, and president of her local chapter of the International MOMS Club, a non-profit organization dedicated to offering support to stay-at-home moms.
Contact Information: Rebekah Hunter Scott Website Address: http://motherhoodiseasy.com
Rebekah's book Motherhood Is Easy...As Long As You Have Nothing Else To Do For The Next 50 Years is available though Amazon.com, Barnesandnoble.com, and through her website www.motherhoodiseasy.com.
Trials, difficulties, and obstacles can be hard to overcome and can make one feel helpless, hopeless, or uncertain. It may even hinder your view of self or lead to depression. Finding ways to tackle situations, cope with circumstances, and gain a sense of hope and strength can lift you out of a depressing unpleasant predicament. Join Esteem Yourself host Chizoma Cluff as she interviews one of Blog Talk Radio's brilliant hosts - Dr. Virginia Rockhill. Dr. Rockhill BlogTalkRadio show is entitled "Balanced Living". Dr. Rockhill will help us uncover ways to overcome trials and obstacles in order to build, grow, blossom, and shine.
Dr. Virginia Rockhill received her Ph.D. from the University of Rhode Island in 1992 in Psychology. She has an extensive background in Psychopharmacology as well as Cognitive Psychology. She has her own private practice and maintains active licensure in New Hampshire, Massachusetts and Rhode Island. Dr. Rockhill's show on BlogTalkRadio, "Balanced Living", deals with the common problems of people whose jobs require them to frequently be away from home for days or weeks at a time. She is experienced in dealing with mood disorders, anxiety disorders, PTSD and life transitions.
Whether you have already accomplished all you goals or you are still striving for your ambitions, there is always room for improvement. Room for growth. Room for success. Join Esteem Yourself BlogTalkRadio host Chizoma Cluff as she interviews Dr. Zaria Tatalovich. Through her story of success you will be inspired and educated on how to achieve your goals and build your success. You will gain the power to start or continue your path to success so you can achieve any and all your goals. For you, Esteem Yourself believes the sky is the limit!
Dr. Zaria Tatalovich obtained her Ph.D. from the University of Southern California. Dr. Tatalovich works for NIH National Institutes of Health. She is a Health Statistician, Geographer, in the Surveillance Research Program Division of Cancer Control and Population Sciences for the National Cancer Institute. Her research combines geospatial technologies and standard statistical and geostatistical methods in the investigation of health risks associated with exposure to adverse social and environmental conditions.