Purpose and Prosperity

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Do purpose and prosperity go together? Not according to many who believe in the “struggling artist” concept and think that you can’t get rich doing what you love. Today guest is Edwene Gaines, a one time single mother and best-selling author who used to struggle until she discovered the connection between purpose and prosperity. In the process, she not only found her divine purpose and created wealth, but she also rebooted her whole life and created a greater sense of inner peace.

On this show, Edwene will help you to find your divine purpose, live more fully in it, and connect your purpose to your prosperity in a big way. This show is the fourth and final segment of the “four spiritual laws of prosperity” series.

Set your course for 2012 for greater prosperity and inner peace by learning from today’s featured single mother who transformed her and her daughters’ life by following four spiritual laws and putting them into daily practice!
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Forgiveness and Worthiness = Prosperity

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Is “being forgiving” essential for a single mother? Today guest, best-selling author Edwene Gaines, says yes! “If you’re unwilling to forgive someone it’s like stabbing yourself with a knife and expecting the person who did you wrong to feel the pain. Morevover, harboring a grudge completely blocks our ability to have peace of mind and shuts off your prosperity.” Everyone, but especially us single mothers, can’t allow this kind of poison to breed in our families.

On today’s show we’ll continue with our four part prosperity series and dive into “spiritual prosperity law #3: forgiveness and worthiness” from Edwene Gaines book entitled “The four spiritual laws of prosperity.” You’ll hear how Edwene was able to forgive her husband completely—even though he left her pregnant in a foreign country with little money! How forgiveness is the fastest way to get rid of debt, and how your life can blossom in prosperity when you adopt a daily forgiveness routine.  

Set your course for 2012 for greater prosperity and inner peace by tuning in!
LISTEN HERE!

p.s. Also remember to “take a short survey to win BIG!”
We’re giving away 3 prizes: Handmade Raggedy Ann & Andy dolls (value $120), a TARGET gift card (value $50), and a free copy of “If I Were Your Daddy, This Is What You’d Learn” book (for single mothers who have to be both mommy and daddy)(value $25). Anyone who give us feedback on the single mom talk radio show will be entered to win..

How Crystal Clear Goals Bring Prosperity

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Is goal setting directly linked to your happiness and prosperity? You’ll found out on today’s show as you unwrap part two of four series with Edwene Gaines, international speaker and best-selling author of the book, The Four Spiritual Laws of Prosperity.

As a single mother, Edwene lifted her and her daughter out of total poverty into a life that was once unimaginable. Her income double and tripled within the first year of practicing what Edwene calls “four spiritual laws to prosperity, ” and then it kept growing. She went through dramatic personal transformations, increased her faith, found courage, became happy, and dedicated her life to helping others.

Today show focuses on the part two to the prosperity puzzle: Goal Setting. You’ll find out why Edwene (and most leadership experts) feel goals are necessary, how to handle a fear of failure, how to set realistic goals by internally “checking-in, ” and what pragmatic steps you must take after you’ve set a goal.

Edwene makes goal-setting understandable, practical, and easy to teach to your children too. Edwene shares how she taught goal setting to her grandsons quite successfully, and how she obtained every goal she has ever set for herself (though not in the time table she wanted, or the way she expected.) “Sometimes I wanted something and I got it. Then I realized that it didn’t make me happy so I let it go, and I learned a lot in the process, ” says Edwene. “Goal setting is not about getting stuff (though you’ll probably get a lot of stuff in the process), it’s about learning what’s really important to you.”

So unwrap your gift of increased prosperity and inner peace—to keep all year long—by tuning into today’s show! LISTEN HERE!

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Too Sexy? Too Violent? Too Soon?

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with developmental psychologist, Dr. Nancy Buck 

 

Hello Single Moms & Friends,

In our sexed-up, violence-based media world, experts are asking if our children are being bombarded with images that are far too sexy, too violent, too soon. As a researcher and mother, I say, “Absolutely yes!” But today’s guest, developmental psychologist and mother Dr. Nancy Buck, begs to differ. “Every generation of parents has said the same thing,” she argues.

While her argument doesn’t sway me (I remain horrified at the effects the media are having on our teens), she and I do agree on one thing: if parents don’t mitigate the images and influences, then these images and influences will shape our children’s values for life!

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Dating Again: Kiss Another Toad or Find Your Prince?

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(9 comments)  with 23-year veteran relationship mentor Eva Love

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“…And they lived happily ever after!” What a crock of *%&*! As little girls, we get fed this fairy-tale ending, often in the most delightful movies and books. I mean, who didn’t love the Disney film Enchanted? But now it’s “Why the heck didn’t my life turn out like that?” If you’ve ever thought this, or decided to give up on love (just till the children are 18), or wanted to escape dating any more “toads”—then this show is just for you

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