Archive for Anna D. Banks
Regina McRae is owner of Grandma’s Secrets, NY’s only dessert delivery company. Regina likes to say she didn’t start a business, she fell into business. She founded her company in 1995, at the urging of friends and family,with just $10.00 and 9 pies. With no support system, no network, and no real resources, she was able to overcome monumental hurdles to build the business to the success it is today.
In 2009, she was honored to be chosen as Google’s Spokesperson for Small Business Success! Featured on the Food Network, in O Magazine, Black Enterprise, Time Out New York, as well as NY Daily News Critics Choice, New York Magazine’s Editor’s Choice, and Nickelodeon’s Parents Pick, to name a few, she is also host of her own weekly broadcast, Business Matters – Where Your Small Business Matters on Blog Talk Radio, and author of “Taking the Cake”, the Ultimate Cake Guide.
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Beautiful, Sexy Skin For Women Over 40
What the cosmetic companies don’t want you to know about skin care!
~ At last! ~
A how-to guide for all women, of any age, who are tired of paying big bucks for skin care products that do not deliver what they promised, and even worse, what they actually deliver are harsh chemicals that irritate or dry your skin! What the…?!
Let Kathi Casey share with you:
Which soaps to use for sexy smooth skin and why
- Which natural exfoliates work (and are made from products in your pantry!) and which are a waste of your hard earned money
- The perfect natural moisturizers for smooth, healthy skin
Kathi includes links to her favorite soaps, masks and moisturizers, as well as detailed instructions on how and when to use each.
This guide is a must-have for anyone who desires sexy-smooth, supple skin! Read More→
Have you ever struggled with thinking on your feet, or had a difficult time organizing your thoughts? If so, then this show is for you! Join Host Anna Banks as she listens to Tammy Miller share sure-fire secrets to help you think on your feet and organize your thoughts. Based on her book, My Life is Just Speech Material, And So Is Yours, Tammy will provide you with the Speech Cookie, an original and highly effective tool to help you give a better response in any given situation, and several ways to help you organize your thoughts for any situation. Join us for this fast-paced, energetic show where there is something of value for everyone!
Forget “one-size-fits-all” self-help programs. The Flow is totally different.
In fact, The Flow is like having a life, success, and wellness coach working with just you – helping you to get the life you desire.
With The Flow you can:
Miriam Goodman is a journalist, author, award-winning radio and television producer, and public relations consultant. She has interviewed more than a thousand people, from celebrities to diplomats, from Margaret Mead to Marilyn Chambers. She created, produced and hosted the first nationally syndicated feminist radio program, which ran for seven years from New York to San Francisco on the RKO radio network and dozens of other stations and earned several radio awards. She has been a frequent contributor to National Public Radio, the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation and the Australian Broadcasting Corporation. Miriam was a television producer for Newsweek Broadcasting, a documentary producer for the San Francisco NBC TV-affiliate and received two EMMY nominations her television documentaries.
Robert Siciliano is McAfee’s security consultant, as well as an American television news correspondent, security analyst, and author of “The Safety Minute: How to take control of your personal security and prevent fraud”. Featured on the The Today Show, CBS Early Show, CNN, MSNBC, FOX, CNBC, Inside Edition, EXTRA, Tyra Banks, Stern, and in USA Today, Forbes, Tech Republic, SC, CSO, Search Security, Tech News World, EWeek, SecurityInfoWatch, NY Times, Boston Globe, LA Times, Wash Post, Chicago Tribune, AP, UPI, Reuters, and Entrepreneur. He is a security consultant for McAfee (www.McAfee.com) as well as the founder of IDTheftSecurity.com.
We all know how difficult it is to get the men in our lives (including ourselves!) to go to the doctor. But the longer they put it off, the more they put themselves at risk for tons of serious diseases—including prostate cancer.
More men get diagnosed with prostate cancer per year than women do with breast cancer, and yet men still tend to keep the topic under wraps. Well, no more, says Norris Beren! A top CEO and cancer survivor, Norris will educate, enlighten and inspire Living Fully After 40 Radio listeners who may be battling with the disease (or know someone who is). With more cases being diagnosed every day, it’s time to get this topic out in the open where it belongs—and Norris is here to do just that Read More→
In the book, Fine…ly—My Story of Hope, Love, and Destiny, Randi Fine’s exposé is a beacon of light for the myriad of sufferers who don’t know where to turn for help. With five decades of hard-earned insights, and with unguarded vulnerability, Ms. Fine offers hope, validation, and meaning to all who read her story.
Randi Fine’s spiritually uplifting memoir, Fine…ly, examines the underlying issues that began in her childhood, and then builds the codependent experience brick by brick. The true story follows the author’s complex journey that spans more than fifty years, and explains society’s mindset at the time of each of her experiences. Yiddush expressions, remnants of her Jewish upbringing, are humorously peppered throughout the book. Though many facets of the story are heartbreaking, the author ends Fine…ly on a high note; joyously and victoriously.
Anne Holmes is delighted that her most current title is “Boomer in Chief” for the National Association of Baby Boomer Women. She sees this as proof that she is using her communications talents to the best of her ability – and loves that the work not only combines all the skills and talents she has acquired over a lifetime of working, but it also brings her back to her roots. Here’s why:
As a student in the 70s, Anne took several courses in gerontology while pursuing a graduate degree in communication. She became interested in aging, and decided to do her thesis on how the media could best reach and market to “plus-50” women.
At the time, Anne’s interest in “seniors” was a bit radical, since Read More→