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Here are the correct times for tomorrows show. Refer to the previous blog for all other information:
This is just a reminder about tomorrow's live show, titled "Anchors". I think you'll understand the idea of the show from the photo in this post. Our purpose is to discuss with our callers, things that hold us back from growing and/or advancing. Another purpose is to identify those things that hold us back and what we can do individually and collectively to make a better world.
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On Wednesday, the 11th of November, I aired a ten minute podcast titled, "Oooo, Look!... Don't You Agree?" It's a podcast to share my disdain for our current world situation, and what we should do about it - together.
In this upcoming show - Wednesday, the 25th of November, 2015 at 1:30 pm Central, the executive producer of Freedom Talk Radio and I will start our show with some comments of our own, then for the remainder of the show - an hour and a half, we'll open the phone and Skype lines for your observations, (positive) comments and questions.
We will post reminders here and in social media to remind you next week - HOWEVER!
If you'd like to create your own reminder, click on the BTR icon below, or the link to the show, which is below the icon. There is a reminder button under the title of the show along with the time the show starts in your time zone. Just click the reminder button to have a reminder sent to your email.
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Today, while reading through some of my social media networks, I became agitated from some of what I read - not that stuff like this is new or seldom ever seen, it just got to me today.
This is a ten minute podcast to ask you to listen, think, rethink, make a change, then join us for next Wednesday's (the 18th of November) live show where you can call in to share your positive experiences relative to our show topic. Also, we're asking all positive people to join us in our new social network group in www.seen.is - the social network is called "Seen", and it's based in Iceland. Why Iceland? Visit their page and read the brief information, you'll understand quickly.
Listen to this podcast for all the information, and keep up with all that's going on here at K WAVe 6 Radio via our blog!
The podcast is ready for you to listen to now! You can listen via our embedded player below, or via any of the players listed below, just click to play, or choose the media player of your choice.
Let's DO something now!
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Honestly, aren't you tired of complaining about how things are and how "someone" should do something about the way the world is? Aren't you tired of listening - or hearing as the case may be - to others complaining about the same stuff... or even giving unsolicited advice which even the person giving it doesn't do anything to make it work?
How would you like to join a group of people that are pro-active, not complainers? How would you like to have your positive suggestions heard? How would you like to get great advice on how to make a better world?
Join us in a free and very private/secure social network called Seen.is. The name of our group is "How to Make a Better World". Does that sound familiar? It should! So far, it has been the title of our ongoing series here in K WAVe 6 Radio. Now you can join with us with your ideas, as well as learn how you and each of us can make the world a better place for ourselves and those who follow us.
To learn more about Seen.is, just click this link and read their home page.
To join our group, just click or copy and paste this link, or the photo:
With so many things demanding my time, for various reasons, creating and hosting a show today fell dramatically low on my things to do this week.
However, I do have a show in the works for next week, and the show will be live and your participation will be requested! Next weeks show, which we'll tell you more about in a couple of days, will be a topic that affects everyone living. When the show starts, there will be a few minutes to set-up the topic, then the phone lines will open for discussion from you, our listening audience.
If you have something to contribute - you want your (positive) thoughts heard on a global basis, that show will be the one you listen to and call into!
Until next week, take the time to listen to the shows you've missed, put on the back-burner, or just don't know about. You can listen to any of the archived shows on any of our Blog Talk Radio shows, podcast players, RSS Feed, and YouTube (the much older shows). Another way to listen is by going through our blog entries here and choosing the show you want to listen to and simply click "Play" on the embedded media players.
Look for information on next weeks show in a couple of days!
We hope the remainder of your week is wonderful!
All the best!
"Welcome back to another interview with Andrés Ginestet, a NATO consultant and university professor; Troy Mathisen, the founder and coordinator of the Global Sovereign Alliance;and Robert C. (aka, Stash) of the Global Sovereign Alliance.
In this show we continue our discussion and instructions on how to make a better world for ourselves and for the future. This is a proactive show with an effort to engage those who want to change what is, into what it can be - no complaints, unless accompanied by solutions.
We introduce, "Resilience Pockets", what this means and how each of us can start one in our own areas and their purpose. This is a show that is progressing to get everyone involved!"
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Follow our blog, "What's New", and get our social media links.
This program is already in play on the following podcast hosts:
This show is just part 1 of a series which will continue tomorrow, part three played in podcast last week.
"In this show, we discuss many of the existing problems society has to overcome and what we should be doing to overcome them. In future shows, we will concentrate more on how everyone interested in a better world can participate in our positive transformation/transition."
If you have questions, comments or inquiries, contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Keep abreast of our programming and more via our blog titled, "What's New". Also, you can find us on Facebook, Twitter, Google+, and more - see our social media links on our website.
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Part 2 will air tomorrow!
Although Ben Davidson of Suspicious 0bservers has been a guest here a few times, and has an "open-door" to return anytime he wishes, I don't share his daily videos here often. However, there is something in this video I believe everyone should see and know about.
Please note: This video is not meant to frighten anyone - it is meant to inform and educate the viewer of recent events, findings and expectations, even as early as this weekend.
Please take six minutes of your day to watch and learn about what is affecting us.
Here is the link directly to the video: https://youtu.be/KIWbU4pb6rc
Today's show, part 3 of our series on, "How to Make a Better World", will be airing at:
Along with our standard guests for this series, Andrés Ginestet, Troy Mathisen, Robert C. (aka, Stash) and your host, Kirk Spencer, today's show continues to become more and more interesting.
Today's show jumps the average of being aired on Blog Talk Radio and goes to podcast. In case you don't know how it works here:
Our podcast uploads start first on PodOmatic (below) and RSS Feed (home page):
Then approximately an hour later, you can find this show on the following podcast players:
Next week, we will be airing parts 1 and 2 on podcast as well.
Stay tuned to us for more exciting programming!
All the best!
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