Monthly Archives: November 2018

On this week’s episode of BrainTap Radio, we speak with Dr. JoQueta Handy, an Integrative Medicine practitioner who is opening new pathways to educate children with learning disabilities. She has been working in the field of Autism and pediatrics for...
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Do you desire healthy relationships? Relationships that nurture you and help you grow? In this episode of Ask Amanda, a listener writes in and brings awareness her pattern of attracting the same type of men, realizing that some of it...
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It is the quarter of the year, yet many of us have brain lock thinking we can’t make offers until we have investors. On this Note Night in America, Scott breaks down some of the ways to attract and market...
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Some of us have debt, whether it's student loan or regular debt. Debt is often seen as a bad thing when, in fact, debt is neither good nor bad. Michele McFie and her son, John McFie, tackle the subject of...
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There are so many things that podcasters do out there that doesn't serve their interest. It's the same with authors and speakers. There are so many tools that the world gives you that's not serving your best interest and serving...
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Growing up, we have always wanted to become successful. That means acquiring wealth and dreaming of a big house. Yet what seems to slip our minds is the amount of taxes that comes with dreaming of business success. A person...
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We all have a special calling in our life. While many of us struggle to discern our role in the world, Sister Jenna, found her calling very early on. Sister Jenna is a spiritual leader, author, radio and TV personality,...
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Many people want fame, but if you don’t have the right information, it can be hard to use that fame to make money on social media. In this episode, Dan Lok reveals what you need to know about how to...
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Yeah. So Bryant Land is basically something that I've been kicking around in my head. My background is in sports television and I've been in broadcast television and sports television for over 20 years. My daytime job is a sports...
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Most of us go through life as if we would live forever and take our health for granted. We are careless about what we eat, what we do, and how much tension and pressure we put on our body. This...
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