Part two of our Rethink politics episode, we get into the Net Neutrality impact and we discuss the pro's and con of regulation and lack of regulations. Should the internet be distinguished as a utility or is it a choice of the consumer the buy a service? Great comparisons and dissenting opinions on this episode. Also the FBI email controversy with the Mueller investigation
Our Part two episode with Dawn Warner the advocate for Myasthenia Gravis, we talk about what she is using to gain comfort from the disease as well as the health care process everyone should be involved in when it comes to their own health. This is very important information most of us do not take in consideration when it comes to our health. Enjoy
The team returns just in time to discuss the Tax Bill that has signed into Law by the Trump. We talk about the different changes and how we perceive the changes will effect us. As three different perspectives gather their thoughts (single, married with child, married towards retirement)
We split off and start talking about voting and why is it so hard for people to vote or vote against morality, ethics and morality.
Madeline started her edible entrepreneur journey with the "Sink or Swim" Method based on several things going on in her life. Since her jump, its been no looking back. We get in depth about the path and challenges that comes with this brand new industry in Ga, and how Madeline's plans to create an Industry name for herself.
Garganega is a variety of white Italian wine grape widely grown in the Veneto region of North East Italy, particularly in the provinces of Verona and Vicenza. It is Italy's 6th most widely planted white grape
Throughout the Soave production zone Garganega is the principal grape variety though Trebbiano di Soave and Chardonnay are permitted in varying percentages. While most Soave is dry, still wine within the DOC zone a sparkling spumante style is permitted as is the passito Recioto style, that in 1998 was granted its own Recioto di Soave DOCG designation for grapes grown in the hilly region
Dr. Rasean Hodge is a family medicine doctor in Atlanta, Georgia and has been in practice for more than 13 years. He received his medical degree from Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School.
Dr. Hodge received his Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, graduating summa cum laude from Morehouse College in 1997. He earned his medical degree, cum laude, from the Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, graduating in 2002 and completed his internship and residency in Family Medicine from the Morehouse School of Medicine in 2005.
Dr. Hodge is also a member of the following prestigious medical organizations: Co-President of Family Medicine Interest Group, Resident Alternate Delegate for the Georgia Academy of Family Physicians, American Family Physician Association and the Student National Medical Association. Currently, Dr. Hodge serves as Medical Director and General Practitioner with Premier Chronic Pain Care in Atlanta, GA
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Rebecca Colett is the lead for the Atlanta chapter of ChickTech, that supports women and young girls with tech. She builds a community, empower participants to see themselves as leaders, and provide networking and mentoring opportunities in the rapidly growing high tech industry.
I fell in love with Rebecca and all her energy and how she is using it to help young girls learn how to code. She is smart and amazing. I really hope you enjoy this podcast.
Ms. Rebecca Colett is a passionate individual from the beautiful city of Detroit, Michigan. Currently residing in Atlanta, Georgia pursuing passions Project Management, Marketing, Advertising, Event Strategy, Digital Media and Health/Wellness education. She belongs to and serves on several National organizations' boards; such as The American Marketing Association, The Atlanta Interactive Marketing Association, The National Urban League, Hands on Atlanta, The Salvation Army and Susan G. Komen. Enthusiastic about helping others live their healthiest lives she started a boutique fitness studio www.theviberide.com. In her free time she enjoys working out and being involved in the non profit arena.
On our first inaugural episode for Hidden G.E.M's, we are speaking to Pamela J. Booker, the CEO and Founder of Koils by Nature. Our goal is to highlight and recognized entrepreneurs that are doing more than pushing a product or providing service. These Great entrepreneurs are uplifting communities and people at the same time.
See the video interview on YouTube under Bougie Black brother network.
Today Chaz and I talk about the importance of healthy eating and working with a budget that would not kill your paycheck. We talk about bulk shopping (Sam's, Costco's, B.J's) and Organic buying with specialty markets (farmers markets, Whole Foods, Trader Joe's, Sprouts, Fresh Market). With the fast pace of millineals in this era. They need options in order to budget their paycheck, reduce the chance of getting sick and how do you add eating to your enjoyment.