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12 minutes | May 5, 2017
A great percentage of men don't think women should be leaders. We discuss this issue and share personal experiences. Share your thoughts via www.candidlycandaceshow.com!
52 minutes | Jan 13, 2017
Motivational speaker, author and coach Divya Parekh speaks about her work and inspiration.
50 minutes | Nov 11, 2016
Women Entrepreneurs : Work it, Girl!
We will be speaking with two women entrepreneurs and discussing their motivation behind starting their businesses. Guests: Tanya J. Miller of Tanya J. Miller, LLC and "Talking with Tanya" Terri Edmondsen of Lavendar and Eve Guest writer: Jessica-Patrice Dorsey Coulter
40 minutes | Oct 7, 2016
"Find Your Friggin' Joy" : Author Belinda Farrell
Belinda Farrell has overcome major life challenges—the suicide of her son, complete financial loss, and healing a degenerated spine without surgery. By using ancient Hawaiian techniques and accepting responsibility for every aspect of her life, she was able to rise from the ashes and now she’s sharing this invaluable information with others in her new book, "Find Your Friggin’ Joy". “This is a no nonsense book for those who are willing to take an active part in their healing,” explains Farrell. In Find Your Friggin’ Joy, Farrell takes readers on a journey using ancient Hawaiian teachings that invite the reader to forgive themselves and others, unplug from their old non-productive stories, and step into the frequencies of their Higher Self. Belinda Farrell, author of the book Find Your Friggin’ Joy, graduated with a BA in Spanish and English from the University of California at Berkeley and is trained in hypnotherapy, past life regression, NLP, Hawaiian chanting, and ancient Hawaiian healing (Huna). Belinda trained with Anthony Robbins (author of Unlimited Power) and has effectively used these skills in her own life. She has completed 18 firewalks. When Belinda was forty-eight, she collapsed with herniated discs and spinal nerve damage. Threatened with paralysis by her medical doctors if she didn’t have surgery, Belinda instead chose to apply the ancient Hawaiian healing practices she had been learning the previous three years, which are covered in this book. Her back completely healed, including childhood scoliosis. For fifteen years she has been sharing these healing practices with others, offering Reconnective Healing and Huna classes and taking clients to Hawaii to teach Huna and swim with wild spinner dolphins.
51 minutes | Feb 5, 2012
Healthtopia for the Modern Women
Victory Steps is a new Christian weight loss coaching program that is specifically for women that focuses on growing spiritually, learning to manage stress, and building self-esteem. Victory Steps creator and CEO, Bonnie Mechelle is a certified fitness instructor, holistic nutritionist and life coach who lost 100 pounds in one year and who has inspired hundreds of women to lose weight and take better care of their bodies using her holistic healing and spiritual principles. Bonnie Mechelle is a the executive producer of Healthtopia Radio 860 AM in Atlanta , Georgia .Victory Steps company president, Maisha McGee Childs is the author of the newly released book, The Soulful Slimdown, A Forty-Day Journal to a Successful Daniel Fast (Tate Publishing, 2011). Call in.Join us!
13 minutes | Jan 5, 2012
We're Back in 2012!
Candidly Candace returns to the air and is even better than before. Welcome in the New Year with the Candidly Candace Radio Show!
31 minutes | Sep 26, 2010
Anne Harris: "Extraordinary"
Join Candidly Candace as she talks with singer/songwriter Anne Harris.With the release of Gravity and Faith, Harris delivered her strongest, most compelling work to date, her voice exuding a revealing honesty, clarity and deep-rooted strength and her fiddle playing at its most emotionally engaging. ConcertLiveWire.com said the record "boasts a carefully crafted blend of violin-infused pop/rock arrangements, the occasional folk flavoring and introspective lyricism" while the Illinois Entertainer said her work is "brimming with socially conscious, and at times, intensely personal lyrics as memorable as thought-provoking." Fresh on the heels of Gravity and Faith, Harris released another record in 2008, Live at the Acorn Theater, a project which was born of converging desires to create a live record and revisit some of her earlier songs. Such a period of intense focus on her own music made it all the more refreshing when her creativity as an instrumentalist became increasingly in demand. Before the year was out Harris would find herself as a guest violinist with psychedelic 70’s legend Jefferson Starship and touring regularly with world renown trance-blues innovator, Otis Taylor, having appeared with the latter at the 2009 Blues Music Awards in Memphis (where Taylor won “Instrumentalist of the Year, Banjo"), Chicago Blues Festival, Bristol Rhythm & Roots Reunion, Jazz Aspen Snowmass and the Telluride Blues Festival. Anne finds performing other people’s music to be an exciting opportunity for in-the-moment creativity and discovery and the experience ultimately influences her own writing, leading her into new territory. Listeners are welcome to call in during the live broadcast by dialing 347-996-3381 and join in the discussion via the Candidly Candace Facebook Fan page.
31 minutes | Aug 22, 2010
Barbara Hofmeister: Live Your Dreams
Join Candidly Candace as she talks with international speaker, published author and founder of the "To Be" Success System Barbara Hofmeister.Barbara Hofmeister is a refugee from Communist Germany and knows first hand what it is like to be living in adverse circumstances. Severely abused and with low self-esteem she set out to live her personal dream travelling the world sharing what she learned from the “University of Hard Knocks” with a wide audience. Barbara became involved in her own personal development in 1978 when a friend gave her a book by Dr. Wayne Dyer and she has not stopped since to further her knowledge on the topic.Her never ending enthusiasm and passion for her work shine through every presentation she gives. You will not be able to stay untouched as Barbara has a way reaching deep inside of you so that you can rediscover your hidden dreams and – if you so choose live your life’s true purpose. Barbara uses a practical step by step approach that allows ANYBODY to move towards their dream life. Callers are welcome to call 347-996-3381 during the show. Listeners are invited to take part in a live show during and after the live broadcast.
31 minutes | Aug 15, 2010
Stefanie Jane: Inspirational Music for the Soul
Join Candidly Candace as she talks with singer/songwriter Stefanie Jane. She brings listeners on a journey of healing though her troubled life beginning with child sexual assault and abuse to the powerful gift of love. She wanted to create an album that encompassed the many feeling that overcame her along the way. She wanted to break the mold and add different dimensions to typical rock music. Producer Paul Osborn, Leona Rupert and the musicians at Audio Dallas helped create an album with diversity in rock-n-roll forms. Two songs feature a guest appearance by Local blues guitarist Chris Ruest! Stefanie Jane moved to the Dallas area with her family last year to pursue her career in music. She started working with producer Paul Osborn and vocal coach Leona Rupert immediately upon arrival. She has been approached by record companies but chooses to stay an independent artist so that a larger portion of proceeds reach R.A.I.N.N. © and Stop It Now! ©. Stefanie Jane’s late father, Nathan Moore, instilled her with a passion for classic rock music. Stefanie Jane is releasing this album because she was taught, “We are what we listen to.” Feelings are portrayed in songs, but few are willing to look at both sides of pain. Each song is a story on its own, with a different form of rock music to convey a grander scope of feelings. Her songs are her own personal pep talks and she’d like to share them with other. Callers are welcome to call 347-996-3381 during the show. There will be a live chat before and after the show!
29 minutes | Jul 25, 2010
REACH FOR THE SKIES!
Join Candidly Candace as she talks with Marilyn Wilson about women achieving their goals. Marilyn Wilson uplifts the spirit while engaging the mind. She is a visionary, author, motivator and teacher who always speaks from the heart. Described by audiences as "captivating," "humorous," "dynamic," "powerful" and "energetic," she delivers a message of hope and encouragement. When Marilyn speaks, her audiences are inspired, eager and ready to take action to move forward. Marilyn is the founder and president of Clear Vision Worldwide, a personal and professional development training company. She has travelled across the United States, speaking to corporate and public audiences on topics such as time management and organization, strategies for success, and interpersonal communication. Marilyn’s passion to encourage and empower others to achieve their goals, lead her to release her latest book, Natural Causes and Supernatural Cures for Women Who are Losing Their Minds Over Men. Her book reveals 100 attitudes and behaviors toward men that cause women to lose their minds. This exciting book also covers supernatural cures to restore women’s sanity and self-respect, and an action plan on how to stay cured. Prior to founding her company, Marilyn had a successful career in sales and marketing. She holds a BA degree in Communication from The American University in Washington, DC, has a daughter and son-in- law, and resides in Maryland. Listeners, feel free to call in at 347-996-3381 during out live broadcast. There will be a chat during and after the live broadcast.
31 minutes | Jul 18, 2010
Living For A Purpose
Join Candidly Candace when she talks with J. R. Stovall, author of "Answering the Call, Discovering Your Purpose,” and “The Next Level” as well as a contributing writer to various Christian magazines, publications and newsletters. She is president and founder of Gospel Girl Ministries. Jennifer has appeared on various Christian television and radio programs. She is a prayer partner/prayer leader on Atlanta Live TV57 and has been a guest and guest host on the show many times as well. Currently she is co-host of the radio show Sound Doctrine which is live from Atlanta, GA. She is a graduate of Jericho Christian Training College (JCTC), Masterlife Disciples Program and Vision Alliance. She is an intercessor, licensed Evangelist, writer, author, teacher, speaker and entrepreneur. She also attended Marshall University and continued her studies in Public Relations at George Washington University. Her passion is to propel others in their God given destiny using sound Biblical principles and life experience by teaching with wisdom, knowledge and examples. Listeners can call in during our live broadcast by dialing 347-996-3381 and participate in a live chat during and after the broadcast.
31 minutes | Jul 11, 2010
Health and Wellness
Join Candidly Candace as she talks about health and wellness with Tracye McQuirter author of "By Any Greens Necessary". Tracye Lynn McQuirter, MPH, has led vegan nutrition seminars worldwide and helped thousands master the knowledge and skills to achieve extraordinary health through plant-based foods. As a nationally known public health nutritionist, health speaker and 20-year vegan, McQuirter directed the nation’s first federally funded vegan nutrition program and helped create the strategy for a groundbreaking lawsuit won by the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine against the USDA, which proved food industry bias in the formation of the U.S. Dietary Guidelines. She also created the first comprehensive website targeting the country’s estimated 1.5–3 million African American vegetarians (blackvegetarians.org) and founded the Black Vegetarian Society of New York. McQuirter is the nutrition expert for Healthy You Now, a website that supports optimal lifestyles of health and wellness for women: www.healthyyounow.com. McQuirter has been interviewed and featured in dozens of media outlets, including The Washington Post, Ebony, Essence, Black Press USA, more than 40 African American newspapers nationwide, Fox 5 News (Washington, DC), NBC 4 (Washington, DC), VegNews, VegTV, Pacifica Radio and Animal Voices Radio in Canada. She was a contributing writer for Heart & Soul, the largest health and fitness magazine for African American women, and a nutrition consultant for the Black Women’s Health Imperative, the largest health advocacy organization for black women and girls. Listeners can call 347-996-3381 during our live broadcast. There will be a fifteen minute chat following the broadcast with the host and a chat with other listeners during the live broadcast.
30 minutes | Jun 27, 2010
Supermom of 21!
Join Candidly Candace when we talk with Mrs. Louise Hunter, mother of 21 natural born children.Mrs. Louise Hunter, 75 years old was born in Vicksburg, Mississippi. She is the mother of 21 natural children, (18 living today) 61 grandchildren, and 55 great-grandchildren. In the late 1960's, the Hunters were faced with being evicted during a cold winter in the city of Racine, Wisconsin. However, God moved on a stranger's heart which gave the Hunter family an eighteen-room house for $1.00. She knew it was a divine intervention, so she asked God."What will you have me to do for you?" The Lord responded with a vision for the Love and Charity Homeless Mission in Racine, Wisconsin. In June 1970, Mrs. Hunter opened the Love and Charity Club, a ministry designed to distribute food and gospel tracks. She then expanded and opened the Widow's Closet, a ministry to Senior Citizens. By the late 1970's, Louise started the Love and Charity Mission. Then in the late 1980's, she opened the House of Hope a senior citizens mission. By the 1990's, Love and Charity II was opened in Memphis, Tennessee. For decades, thousands of men, women, and children have been helped through ministries established by Mrs. Louise Hunter. Callers are welcome to call in by dialing 347-996-3381 and stay tuned for a live chat during and following the broadcast.
31 minutes | Jun 13, 2010
Repeat of Sept. 2009 show
For those who missed the Sept. 9th show, tune it. Two guests and an awesome poet!
61 minutes | Jun 6, 2010
Candidly Candace on the PAstor Marc Rouse Show
Candace talks candidly in an interview by Pastor Marc Rouse. Pre-recorded show. Chat is available during the hour long special boradcast.
31 minutes | May 23, 2010
Life Through Poetry
Join Candidly Candace when we talk with poet B.M. Song. Callers are welcome to call in during our live broadcast by dialing 347-996-3381. Remember to log onto blogtalkradio.com to participate in the live chat following the broadcast
27 minutes | May 16, 2010
Halo of Healing
Join Candidly Candace for an inspiring segment discussing healing from sexual assaul with Teriri Edmondsen, founder and creater of My HALO. My H.A.L.O is a resource whose principle purpose is to provide support for survivors of rape and sexual assault In many instances, that support includes financial assistance, clothing and other personal items. The organization strives to share with survivors, that which we hope will help guide them to their own H.A.L.O. join us! Callers are welcome to call in by dialing 347-996-3381 and by taking part in the blogtalkradio online chat both during the live broadcast.
30 minutes | May 2, 2010
Breast Cancer, A Comedy?
Join Candidly Candace as she talks with Gene Glave.Gene Glave is a registered nurse and Pediatric Services Manager for Roper Saint Francis Healthcare in Charleston. Diagnosed with breast cancer several years ago, Gene began writing a blog which lead to the production of a one-woman show called The Mammologues. It was extremely well received by audiences, winning Best Play and Best Actress for Gene in 2008. She was also named Health Care Hero by the Charleston Regional Business Journal in 2008 for bringing awareness to breast cancer. The Mammologues has been keeping Gene busy, with performances at the Spoleto Festival and upcoming appearances in Amelia Island, Florida and Nashville, Tennessee. She is active with the Susan G. Komen for the Cure, heading up the Advocacy Alliance committee for the Lowcountry Affiliate. Gene is also an elder at her church, Sunrise Presbyterian on Sullivans Island. Gene has a wonderful husband and they raised three sons and lived to tell about it! They have lived on the Isle of Palms for thirty years. Listeners, the number to call in with questions or comments is 347-996-3381. You may also participate in a live chat during and after the live broadcast (Candidly Candace will join you for fifteen minutes following the live broadcast).
31 minutes | Apr 25, 2010
A Woman's Household (SEGMENT HAS TECHNICAL ISSUES)
Join Candidly Candace when she talks with Gayle D'Ambrosio-Crabtree , a nationally recognized speaker and author. She is the founder of Hope for Healing.Org, a 501c3 nonprofit that serves victims of sexual and domestic violence. From her East Tennessee home Gayle maintains an active speaking and consulting schedule. Speaking engagements have included churches, media and the steps of the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, DC. As a survivor of sexual assault, her motivational speaking is an encouragement to others. The message of hope is "if I can, you can" and she does indeed help others to find their way to healing. Callers, feel free to call in with questions/comments at 347-996-3381 and log onto blogtalkradio.com to participate in a 15 minute chat following the live broadcast.
31 minutes | Apr 18, 2010
"Don't Bring Home A White Boy": Black Women and Dating
Join Candidly Candace for her interview with Karyn Langhorne Folan. DON'T BRING HOME A WHITE BOY: And Other Notions that Keep Black Women From Dating Out by Karyn Langhorne Folan will be released by Simon & Schuster in February 2, 2010. The book is an attempt to delve deeply into the roots of our cultural resistance to black women and white men. It's an effort to harness the theories and emotions behind the controversy, analyze them and offer them up for deeper discussion. The title reflects the deep and long-standing cultural message stamped deep into every black daughter-"Don't Bring Home a White Boy." At least on some level, these cultural messages play role in why so many African American women are single. Callers are welcome to call in with questions/comments 347-996-3381. There will be a live 15 minute chat online following the broadcast. Black women have more choices than we realize-and it's time to pursue all of them-just as black men do. This book is written in the sincere belief that it's time for African American women to broaden their horizons beyond black men and become open to experiencing romantic happiness from any man whose character and interests are compatible with their own... even if that man's skin happens to be white. ABOUT THE AUTHOR Karyn Langhorne Folan is a graduate of Harvard Law School and a former law professor. Her many writing credits include four adult novels and a novel for young adults. She is the host of the weekly talk show The Book Squad on WMET 1160 in the District of Columbia. She lives in the suburbs of Washington, D.C. with her husband and two daughters.
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