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Les Lois de l'Attraction

François-Xavier Guilet

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Recrutement, Marque employeur, Culture d'entreprise... j'échange avec mes invités sur les stratégies qui permettent d'attirer, fidéliser et inspirer les collaborateurs. C'est parti pour ce Podcast autour des Lois de l'Attraction 🎧
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I'm Lois and I'm here to you help you Sensational Silvers out there live an enjoyable and empowered life. Joining me on Silver and Sensational is Jessica, my friend and cohost. She brings a fresh perspective that keeps us young! Join us for a new episode every Friday as we shine a light on how you can continue to be Sensational as a Silver!
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Are you ready to go from glory to glory? A New Level Awaits You podcast equips and trains individuals to walk out their God-given destinies, expand their faith for the impossible, and develop warriors to advance the kingdom of God. Your host, Lois Flewelling, flows in the prophetic anointing to empower individuals to step into divine assignments and reach spiritual levels of greatness in the Lord. This podcast will push you out of your comfort zone, increase faith for spiritual growth, and b ...
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Listen To Lois

Lois Gerace

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Lois Gerace, award winning residential real estate agent based out of Los Angeles, California, tells you what you should do, what to do, and how to do it, in all aspects of your life. Tune in for frank, funny, and serious talk that will keep you coming back for more.
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Superman and Lois Ln

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Blaine and Steve are a couple of doctors who love superman. We give personal insights and conspiracy theories about the amazing new show, Superman and Lois! Spoilers galore, you've been warned.
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Lois Wetzel, MFA -Mystical Teachings

The Lois Wetzel Show

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Lois J Wetzel is the author of "Akashic Records: Case Studies" available on Amazon/Kindle and "EDINA: Energy Medicine from the Stars!" as well as "Sacred Journeys & Vision Quests." In doing this show, Lois' intent is to create a FREE LIBRARY of spiritual information for all Seekers on the Path, who are guided here. Feel free to browse the archives and find what resonates with you! Sometimes Lois will be the one teaching, more often, it will be others telling what they know and/or what they d ...
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Lois & Clark'd: The New Podcasts of Superman

Matt Truex, Ryan Albertson

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The 21st-century podcast for the 1990s Superman. Join Super-fan Matt Truex and various guests as they discuss every episode of Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman. Will Lois and Clark ever find love? Will all of Metropolis be fooled by a single pair of glasses? Will the podcast get taken over by frog-eating clones? Stay tuned!
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DC on RMD is a multi-part fan show broken into multiple weekly broadcasts dedicated to discussing DC TV. This is the Superman & Lois Edition. The show(s) is hosted by Bobby Doherty, Ryan Denton, David Sabal, Angelica Dawn, Lauren Alexander, Nichole Nance, Steven Crouch, and Michael Flores. Each episode of the podcast will feature a discussion and analysis of the current week’s episode.
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Comedian and former Daily Show correspondent Roy Wood, Jr. discusses the National Center for Civil and Human Rights fundraiser, “Power to Inspire.” He’ll be hosting the event at the Eastern on April 17th. Plus, Mike Jordan and Sammie Purcel stop by with suggestions for weekend activities, including the new exhibition, “Al Dente, The Design of Pasta…
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Unstoppable speaker, Emily Houle, shares how we can become unstoppable going through events in our lives that tend to confront us. Emily is one of our dynamic speakers for Unstoppable: A Divine Appointment held at Empowering Life Center, 144 Military Street, Houlton, Maine on April 20, 2024 from 9:00 to 4:00. To register go to https://www.loisflewe…
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If you've ever had a Sexual Fantasy, the next thing to *pop* into your mind is whether you or not you should act on it. In today's video, I'll share bits of a study by Doctor Justin Lehmiller who really helped to understand the different types of sexual fantasies, who might have them and why and whether or not you should act on them or let your par…
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Les entreprises dépensent des sommes considérables pour améliorer leurs relations avec les prospects et les clients. Pourtant, nombre d'entre elles réalisent à peine que les candidats peuvent être exactement les mêmes personnes. Décathlon et Yaggo partagent la conviction qu'un candidat mal traité a de fortes chances de ne jamais devenir un client f…
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Chef Todd Richards discusses his new cookbook “Roots, Heart, Soul: The Story, Celebration and Recipes of Afro Cuisine in America.” Plus, Nicx Alexander takes the stage for our series, “Speaking of Music,” and we hear about the 51st Annual Writers Workshop at Clark Atlanta University. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Pr…
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Music contributor Dr. Scott Stewart discusses the scores of theme parks for our series, “Music in Media.” Plus, John Wieland details his new 39,000-square-foot gallery, “The Warehouse,” and comedian Matthew English takes the stage for our series, “Speaking of Comedy.” See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at …
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Paul Crater, Vice President of Collections and Research at the Atlanta History Center, discusses the new exhibition, “More than Brave: The Life of Henry Aaron.” Plus, artist Steven L. Anderson takes the spotlight for our series, “Speaking of Art,” and we hear about a new paid opportunity from MARTA’s “Artbound” program. See Privacy Policy at https:…
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When our limitations restrict our influence, we can only go so far in life. It is limiting what God can do and results in our living in the mindset of lack. It depletes our breath, our energy, our value, and determines how far we go in life. It is time to remove this limitations so you can go beyond your own imagination into the all that God has fo…
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Comedian and author Dulcé Sloan discusses her new memoir, “Hello, Friends! Stories of Dating, Destiny, and Day Jobs.” Plus, actor and stunt performer Jeanna Kanell takes the spotlight for our series, “Speaking of The Boom.” Then, musicians John Renauld and Awleen share the story behind the new Cadillac Jones spin-off band, Foxy Jones. See Privacy P…
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Legendary opera singer Renee Flemming discusses the new book, “Music and Mind: Harnessing the Arts for Health and Wellness.” She’ll converse with Dr. Sanjay Gupta on April 12 at the Woodruff Arts Center’s Rich Theater. Plus, we continue our celebration of National Poetry Month and highlight poet Julie E. Bloemeke for our series, “Speaking of Poetry…
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In this interview with Shea MacMillian, a speaker for our Unstoppable: A Divine Appointment conference, describes what becoming unstoppable means for her. We must fight for our families and Shea gives us insight on how to do exactly that. To register for our Unstoppable: A Divine Appointment conference which is being held on April 20, 2024 at 9:00a…
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Humorist, comedian, and author David Sedaris stops by before his upcoming Atlanta appearance at the Fox Theater. Plus, food historian Akila McConnell and chef Asata Reid discuss our city’s historic farmers markets. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.…
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Travel expert and PBS host Rick Steves joins us for “ATL Up and Away.” Plus, Jim Gibbs, founder of Gibbs Gardens, details their daffodil display, which is the world’s largest, and we hear about celebrated former Atlanta Maestro Robert Spano’s new job in Washington, D.C. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice a…
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Faulty Beliefs limit us in many ways. In this series we will discuss how these limitations affect our lives and limit both what we do and how far we can proceed in our walk supernaturally with the Lord. Hungry for more of what God can do in and through you. Go to www.loisflewelling.com to discover more resources - books, online courses, coaching, a…
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Legendary Atlanta broadcaster and journalist Monica Pearson discusses the new “Monica Pearson Show,” now streaming on AJC.com. Plus, Hawkins HQ gallery owner Alexander Hawkins and artist Sergi Suárez detail the new exhibition “Shrine.” This is Suárez’s first showing at the new micro-gallery, and we kick off National Poetry Month speaking with Poet …
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(((FYI-Jessica’s audio is not great. We are aware ans we apologize.))) It's time to talk about SEX. Sure, it's different now and there are new challenges but we're here to tell you the benefits outweigh the difficulties. We'll give you the tools for having good sex as a Sensational Silver! 🤍, Lois SUBSCRIBE to SILVER AND SENSATIONAL on YOUTUBE! I'm…
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Illustrator and local elementary school principal Shamar Knight-Justice discusses the new picture book “Forever and Always.” Plus, Dr. Linda S. Rayor details Fernbank’s latest exhibition, “Spiders - From Fear to Fascination,” which is on view through May 5. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art…
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Dr. Meredith Evans, Director of the Jimmy Carter Presidential Library and Museum, and author and documentarian Candacy Taylor, discuss “The Negro Motorist Green Book,” on view from March 30 through June 23. Plus, multidisciplinary artist Leslie Anne takes the spotlight for our series, “Speaking of Art,” and Dr. Scott Stewart joins us for “Music in …
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Wolfgang Gallery founder Benjamin Deaton and artist Stephen Thorpe discuss the new exhibition, “Who Looks Outside, Dreams, Who Looks Inside, Awakes.” Plus, blues guitar legend Joe Bonamassa details his new collaborative single with Peter Frampton, “Four Day Creep.” See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at htt…
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This is the last episode in the series Navigating Chaos. Victory is possible and attainable. We are more than conquerors is a divine promise that we can cling to. Victory to rise above the storm. Victory over emotions and victory in every situation. In Christ all things are possible. Check out more resources - books, online courses, podcasts - on m…
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Curators Gabrielle Dudley and Rosemary Magee detail “At the Crossroads with Benny Andrews, Flannery O’Connor and Alice Walker.” The exhibition is on view at Emory’s Woodruff Library through July 12. Plus, Matthew Pendrick, known musically as “Slow Parade,” takes the stage for our series, “Speaking of Music.” See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/…
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National Spring Cleaning Week is March 24th through March 30th! Before you get out the scrubbers, you'll want to listen to this episode first! We'll give you tips on how to begin, how to refresh your space, what not to donate, and spaces to spring clean you might not have considered! 🤍, Lois SUBSCRIBE to SILVER AND SENSATIONAL on YOUTUBE! I'm Lois …
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Cartoonist Robb Armstrong discusses “Snoopy Presents: Welcome Home, Franklin,” which is streaming now on Apple TV +. Weber School music director Drew Cohen and sound engineering teacher Michael Levine detail the school’s new state-of-the-art Tzadik Performing Arts Center, and we hear from the Poetry Out Loud state champion, 15-year-old Tiana Jones.…
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irector January LaVoy and actor Tonia Jackson discuss Theatrical Outfit's presentation of the Lynn Nottage play "Clyde's" on stage through April 7 at the Balzer Theater at Herren's. Plus, we hear about the new Hulu documentary "Freaknik: The Wildest Party Never Told," and Ric Blair and Patrick D'Arcy of The Celts detail their upcoming show at Red C…
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Today is the first day of spring, which means celebrations are beginning for Nowruz, also known as the Persian New Year. Shelbia Jackson, founding director of the DeKalb Entertainment Commission, and Isabella Brathwaite, student filmmaker and high school senior at Dekalb School of the Arts, discuss The DeKalb County Student Film Festival. Dance Can…
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Have you had a grandiose dream that permeated your entire being, one that you cannot dismiss? And when you shared that dream it caused confusion and perhaps chaos? We will glean from the story of Joseph to discover how to reach the promise when a dream causes chaos. Become challenged to continue on for what God has placed within your heart. I have …
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Benjamin Austin, senior art program manager, and Jess Bernhart, art program manager from Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport's planning and development division, discuss the installations and exhibitions at the world's busiest airport. Plus, comedian Carlette Jennings takes the spotlight for our series, "Speaking of Comedy," and contem…
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You've been on the date, you think it went well, but you don't know if you should text first, if you'll even hear from him, or if this the beginning of the rest of your life! We'll share 10 ways you can tell whether or not your first date well and what the rule is on who should text first. Spoiler, there are no rules! 🤍, Lois SUBSCRIBE to SILVER AN…
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Dr. Eric Nelson, Director of Choral Studies at Emory and artistic director of the Atlanta Master Chorale, discusses “Same Light, Different Lanterns: Sacred Music from Around the World” on stage this Friday and Saturday at Emory University’s Schwarz Center for the Performing Arts. Plus, we get a head start on St. Patrick’s Day as Chef Judith McGloug…
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City Lights music contributor Dr. Scott Stewart dives into the scores behind this year’s Oscar movies in our new City Lights series, “Media Music Moment.” Plus, Emma Hamilton, Special Projects Coordinator for the Balloon Museum, and Adam Rosenfelt, owner of Pullman Yards, detail the traveling exhibition in Atlanta through April 14th, and Sarah Rude…
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Kateryna Kukhar and Oleksandr “Alex” Stoianov of the Ukraine’s Grand Kyiv Ballet discuss their upcoming performance of Adolphe Adam’s “Giselle,” on stage March 15 at Atlanta Symphony Hall. Plus, Danny Trejo, founder of Via Citrus, details his citrus tree delivery service. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice…
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How do we navigate chaos when it has intensified and and affects our stability in life, removes our peace, and hits the very essence of who we are? In the world today, this type of chaos is occurring on a regular basis. We must confront it and learn how to navigate through it successfully. I currently have written a new book, Angels on the Move, al…
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American-Israeli classical pianist Inon Barnatan details his latest release, “Rachmaninoff Reflections.” Plus, Brandon Reeves takes the stage for our series, “Speaking of Music,” and Ariel Fristoe, founder and artistic director of Out of Hand Theater, and playwright Paris Crayton III discuss “Class Dismissed,” part of the “Shows in Homes” series. S…
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We continue our series of dating by sharing with you some important tips on how to go into a first date with ease! Jessica shares how some of her acting training helps to calm her nerves and I tell you when, and only when, you should split the bill. 🤍, Lois SUBSCRIBE to SILVER AND SENSATIONAL on YOUTUBE! I'm Lois and I'm here to you help you Sensat…
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Professor Ruby Lal discusses her new book, "Vagabond Princess,” and we hear about the Alif Institute’s Ramadan and Easter Bazaar. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
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CORE Dance Artistic Director Sue Schroeder and the REEL Art Film Series featured artists Deanna Sirlin and Nuno Veiga discussing the spring 2024 video installation programming. Plus, we hear about Ballethnic’s “All the Way Live,” and Jason Freeman, Professor and Chair of Georgia Tech’s School of Music, details the “Guthman Musical Instrument Compet…
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PBS host and travel expert Rick Steves stops by for the latest edition of "ATL Up and Away: Travel Tips with Rick Steves." Plus, director Kim Goodfriend and actor Molly Drumm discuss "Into the Woods Jr." on stage at Jerry's Habima Theatre at the Marcus Jewish Community Center of Atlanta from March 7 -17. And we hear from Sage Mae Lima-Jeffries, the…
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There are times when higher demonic activity arrives on a situation to stir up more opposition and chaos. We are noticing this nationally, in our states, our churches and ministries. Managing this type of chaos can be challenging as we will discover in today's discussion. I currently have written a new book, Angels on the Move, along with an accomp…
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Girl Scouts of Greater Atlanta interim CEO Katt Marran and Atlanta History Center Director of Exhibitions Tim Frilingos discuss the new exhibition, “100 Years of Girl Scout History in America,” at the Atlanta History Center through April 30. Plus, Comedian Amber Chandler takes the stage for our series, “Speaking of Comedy,” Emory professor Dr. Greg…
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Don't get me wrong, there are plenty success stories when it comes to Online Dating! But I am here to give you the tips you need to make sure your success story is also a SAFE one. Please be sure to listen to the full episode to get all info you need from first message to first date! 🤍, Lois SUBSCRIBE to SILVER AND SENSATIONAL on YOUTUBE! I'm Lois …
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Author Judith Tick discusses her new book, “Becoming Ella Fitzerald.” Plus, The Electric Sons take the spotlight for our series, “Speaking of Music,” and Pierre-Alexandre Le Lay details Prismatica; the installation is at Woodruff Park through March 17. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.co…
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Chef Lance Gummere discusses his four-course meals-to-go business, “Mercer Street Meals.” Plus, ceramic artist Darien Arikoski-Johnson takes the spotlight in our “Speaking of Art” series, and we hear about the inaugural “Nellie Mae Rowe Award.” See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privac…
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Edward Button and Christopher Bruerton of The King’s Singers discuss their upcoming performance at the Rialto Center for the Arts at Georgia State University. Plus, Kodie Shane takes the spotlight in our series, “Speaking of Music,” and filmmaker Lex Gillespie details his documentary, “The Catskills,” which screens as part of the Atlanta Jewish Fil…
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Dad’s Garage executive producer Jon Carr discusses the upcoming one-night-only improv fundraiser starring Tim Meadows, Matt Walsh, Brad Morris, and Joe Canele. Plus, we’ll hear about this year’s winners of the Idea Capital Grants and visit with prop master Ashton Francois for our series, “Speaking of The Boom.” See Privacy Policy at https://art19.c…
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Director Lisa D’Apolito and puppeteer Mallory Lewis discuss the new documentary, “Shari and Lambchop,” which closes the Atlanta Jewish Film Festival on February 26 at the Sandy Springs Performing Arts Center at City Springs. Plus, food historian Akila McConnell and chef Asata Reid from the WABE podcast Savory Stories join us with the history of pot…
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There are times that we engage unknowingly or knowingly with a false prophet. This false prophet does not want to see our advancement and works to hinder our assignment in the Lord. Chaos results. Learn how to recognize and stop chaos from a false prophet. I currently have written a new book, Angels on the Move, along with an accompanying e-course.…
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Pianist Julie Coucheron and cellist Khari Joyner discuss the Georgian Chamber Player's upcoming free concert, "A Musical Journey Celebrating Black History Month." Plus, children's author Lisa D. Brathwaite details her new book, "Miles of Style," Eunice W. Johnson, and the Ebony Fashion Fair" and we hear about tomorrow's free performance from The Me…
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If you have decided that you're ready to enter the ddating scene againn onnly to remember how different it is nowadays, this episode is for you. I give advice on how to meet people in the real world, as well as take you through the best dating apps for seniors including the best practices for creating your online dating profile! 🤍, Lois ***JONES RO…
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