As a Chicago, IL area radio talk show host I have the opportunity to interview variety of interesting individuals, who are making a difference by either sharing their gifts their compelling stories. I want to pass along the lessons of success to you.
I like to encourage people to think in terms of possibilities...because what's possible is possible for you and in your lifetime, no matter where you presently happen to be. The beauty of this is that you really don't have to make drastic changes.
To achieve success, you really don't have to make drastic changes in your life. With just a few adjustments over a period of time, you can begin to see an entirely different side of life...one that you will be proud to place your signature on.
sorry for the slow response (I've just returned from our family holiday), thanks for sharing the Reggie Calloway interview with us. Since we last talked, I have purchased his "Bring back the love" album and can confirm that it's a cut above a lot of the contempory albums although the album is definetely not aimed at the dance floor, with most cuts having a mellow laid back vibe. The 3 tracks you played and "A Man's Gotta Do" are at present my pick tracks, but there are others gradually creeping up on me as they pop up on my shuffled Ipod playlist.
Please keep the interviews coming as I, and I am probably not alone, find that they give a greater depth to the music we listen to.
roll onsept any ideas of guest i lost to say about uk life froma black female viewpoint the obama mania in this country you would thinl the beetels had landed again we just love them every body black and white alike