In this epic episode of Conversations With Cogee, “The Community Speaks Out”, (Original airdate: April 18, 2011 Ep. 29), Cogee and his panel bring awareness on predators/pedophiles that are targeting and tormenting our children everyday. This episode is part of a series on Conversations With Cogee that sparked the Hands Off Our Children Movement. Cogee and his team encourage the community to speak up, speak out, and prevent further on-going child abuse. Read the rest of this entry »
CONVERSATIONS WITH COGEE IS IN NEGOTIATIONS WITH OUR RADIO STATION RIGHT NOW. THE HANDS OFF OUR CHILDREN SHOW IS STILL IN SAME TIME SLOT (WEDS. 2PT/5ET). WE HAVE A LOT OF NEW BIG UPCOMING THINGS ON THE HORIZON WITH ALL OF OUR SHOWS. PLEASE DON’T THINK THE SHOW IS OVER. NOTHING CAN STOP US! SOME THINGS CAN ONLY SLOW US DOWN. BUT THE COGEE TEAM IS PUTTING TOGETHER SOME GREAT IDEAS FOR THE FUTURE. WE WILL KEEP YOU ALL UPDATED WITH INFORMATION – THROUGH THE HANDS OFF OUR CHILDREN SHOW, AND ALSO WRITING POSTS ABOUT OUR NEXT MOVE. THINGS ARE ABOUT TO GET GREATER LATER. BUT WE ASSURE YOU – THE SHOW IS NOT FINISHED – NOT BY FAR. WHEREVER WE DECIDE TO PUT OUR SHOW, IT WILL BE A GREAT PARTNERSHIP. THANK YOU ALL FOR THE UNLIMITED SUPPORT. THANK YOU ALL FOR COMING IN TO THE SHOW – ADDING SUPPORT TO MY CONVERSATION. AND TO ALL THE PEOPLE WHO HELP US BEHIND THE SCENES, WHO PEOPLE DON’T SEE OR HEAR ABOUT ALL THE TIME, WE THANK YOU ALL AS WELL. THIS HAS BEEN A GREAT RIDE FOR US THUS FAR. BUT ALL GREAT THINGS SOMETIMES HAVE TO COME TO AN END – EVEN IN BUSINESS – TO REBUILD AND START AGAIN, MORE STRONGER AND BETTER. WE HAVE A LOT OF GREAT MEETINGS SET UP THIS WEEK – I REALLY FEEL GOOD ABOUT HAVING THIS TIME OFF. SO I CAN SEE CLEARLY MOVING FORWARD WITH THE DECISIONS FOR MY SHOW. AGAIN, I WOULD LIKE TO THANK EVERYBODY ALL THE WAY AROUND THE WORLD FOR YOUR SUPPORT. OUR SHOW WOULD HAVE BEEN NOTHING WITHOUT YOU ALL HAVING OUR BACK AND PUSHING US FORWARD. I AM VERY HUMBLE WHEN I SPEAK ABOUT THE BLESSINGS PEOPLE HAVE AND WILL SOON BLESS US WITH. BUT I REASSURE YOU ALL..I WILL BE BACK, STRONGER IN A NEW PLACE AND BETTER THAN BEFORE! AND TO ALL THE STAFF AT KLAV, I THANK YOU ALL FOR THE OPPORTUNITY TO LET ME GROW WITH THE STATION. BUT AGAIN, ALL GOOD THINGS MUST COME TO AN END. WE ALL ARE ON DIFFERENT ROADS NOW THAT THE STATION HAS NEW OWNERSHIP AND FEEL THAT THEY WANT TO GO IN A DIFFERENT DIRECTION THAN WHAT WE ALL HAVE BEEN DOING. AND TO ALL THE RADIO HOSTS, I WISH YOU ALL MUCH SUCCESS. TO EVERYONE AGAIN, I THANK YOU ALL FROM THE BOTTOM OF MY HEART. SOMEBODY ASKED ME, WHY DIDN’T I HAVE A FAREWELL SHOW…AND I SAID TO THEM, WHY WOULD I HAVE A FAREWELL SHOW WHEN I AM COMING BACK! IT AIN’T OVER FOR ME! WE JUST GUNNA TAKE A SHORT BREAK AND REGROUP. AND I’M ALSO GOING TO GET ON MY PRODUCING AND DIRECTING IDEAS THAT ARE ALREADY IN MOTION. AND YAW GOIN TO SEE YOUR BOY HAS A LOT OF GREAT SKILLS ALL AROUND THE BOARD! BE ON THE LOOKOUT FOR MY OTHER PROJECTS! AND AGAIN, THE BEST IS YET TO COME! STAY TUNED IN FOR THE HANDS OFF OUR CHILDREN SHOW, STILL AIRING ON VEGASALLNETRADIO.COM EVERY WEDNESDAY FROM 2PM-5PM(PACIFIC)/5PM-8PM(EASTERN). THANK YOU AGAIN FROM THE BOTTOM OF MY HEART. THIS HAS REALLY BEEN A GREAT JOURNEY WITH HIGHS AND LOWS, BUT WITH GREAT STORIES AND ADVENTURES. AND A LOT OF NEW GREAT FRIENDSHIPS. JUST KNOW, WHEN I COME BACK, GAME ON!! (((COGEE)))
Tune in this Monday, April 13th, from 2pm-5pm(Pacific)/5pm-8pm(Eastern), for an all NEW episode of Conversations With Cogee featuring Julie A. Fast (author of Loving Someone with Bipolar Disorder: Understanding and Helping Your Partner) and Josie Spinardi (author of How to Have Your Cake and Your Skinny Jeans Too: Stop Binge Eating, Overeating and Dieting For Good, Get the Naturally Thin Body You Crave From the Inside Out).
JULIE A. FAST
Julie A. Fast was diagnosed with bipolar disorder at age 17. She is a six time bestselling mental health author with over 350,000 copies of her books sold. Her books include Loving Someone with Bipolar Disorder: Understanding and Helping Your Partner, Take Charge of Bipolar Disorder: A Four Step Plan to Help You and Your Loved Ones Manage the Illness and Find Lasting Stability, Get it Done When You’re Depressed: 50 Strategies for Keeping Your Life on Track and the Kindle eBook Bipolar Happens! She speaks regularly for major mental health organizations, appears on radio and television especially during mental health crises around the world, received the Eli Lilly Reintegration Award for her work in bipolar disorder management, blogs and writes an award winning column for BP (Bipolar) Magazine for which she won the Mental Health America excellence in journalism award, is on the expert registry of People Magazine, offers expert mental health advice on the Oprah and Dr. Oz website ShareCare.com, and was the original consultant for the Claire Danes character on Homeland. Julie is also a board member for ASHA International (www.MyAHSA.org) and works as a coach for family members and partners of people with mental health disorders. Julie deals with bipolar disorder daily. She stresses the importance of medications when needed, with a primary focus on the comprehensive management of the illness and believes stability is a realistic goal for all. Julie also stresses the importance of catching signs of mental health disorders at a young age and is currently working on a book for teenagers with bipolar disorder. For more information, please visit www.JulieFast.com, www.BipolarHappens.com (for more information on her bipolar disorder treatment plan), her blog at www.BipolarHappens.com/bhblog, at Julie A. Fast on Facebook and @JulieBipolar on Twitter.
Josie Spinardi has helped over two hundred thousand people worldwide successfully stop binge eating, overeating and make peace with food.
Combining her background in Psychological Research with her unique analytical adroitness, Josie has pioneered a new approach to behavioral change that eliminates undesirable habits, like binge eating, emotional eating, and overeating–without deprivation or willpower.
As Senior Database Architect for Oracle’s largest US Decision Support Database, Josie not only garnered praise from Harvard Business School for her outside of the box solution-focused innovations, she acquired the analytical framework to eradicate problems, like binge eating, with a radically different approach. And by different, we mean better. Women around the world are drawn to Josie’s profound actionable insights delivered with her warm engaging wit.
When people and therapists alike have a problem with binge eating, emotional eating or overeating they can’t solve, they call Josie Spinardi because she delivers. Josie’s clients include therapists, medical professionals, business professionals, homemakers, students, singers and songwriters, and even a Hollywood television actress or two. Josie’s books have helped women stop binge eating, emotional eating and overeating, master their relationship with food, and get thin in over twenty countries. Visit http://www.josie-spinardi.com and follow her @JosieSpinardi
Tune in this Monday, from 2-5PT/5-8ET on KLAV 1230 AM – The Talk of Las Vegas. Listen Live online at www.ConversationsWithCogee.com and with the smartphone app TuneIn (search for KLAV). Callers are welcome to call in at (702)731-1230. Follow Cogee on twitter @cogeetalk
This Monday, March 30th from 2-5pmPT/5-8pET, Tune in to an all new episode of Conversations With Cogee “The Hereafter: Shared Beliefs of The Afterlife” Featuring Mark Anthony The Psychic Lawyer (author of Evidence of Eternity), Lisa Ulshafer (author of Journey With An Angel), and Sandra Champlain (author of We Donʼt Die – A Skepticʼs Discovery of Life After Death).
Mark Anthony the “Psychic Lawyer ® (also known as the Psychic Attorney®),” is a world renowned fourth generation psychic medium who specializes in communication with spirits. He is an Oxford educated attorney and certified mediator licensed to practice law in Florida, Washington D.C. and before the United States Supreme Court.
A charismatic, intelligent and humorous accomplished public speaker, Mark appears worldwide on radio and TV as a psychic medium, legal analyst in high profile murder cases and paranormal expert. He regularly appears on ABC, CBS, NBC, FOX Television, Coast to Coast AM, Darkness Radio, Fox News Talk, CBS Radio, ABC Radio and Sirius XM Radio. Mark Anthony is a featured speaker at conventions, grief support groups, hospice organizations, conferences, expos, religious and spiritual organizations such as the Edgar Cayce Association for Research and Enlightenment and universities including Harvard, Brown and Yale.
Mark’s best-selling, award winning and critically acclaimed book Never Letting Go, is the definitive guide to healing grief with help from the Other Side. This compelling page turner is for anyone coping with the loss of a loved one. His next book Evidence of Eternity is due to be released in early 2015.
Combining his gifts as a psychic medium with his experience as an attorney, Mark Anthony relates to each client on a personal level, and his positive, personable demeanor is an uplifting influence for people coping with the aftermath of a life-threatening, life-changing, or life-ending trauma. Many of his clients have benefited from his insights, and with his guidance, have found the inner strength to turn away from drugs, alcohol, and other self-destructive behaviors.
Mark’s life mission is to use his abilities to assist those suffering with grief caused by the loss of a loved one.
A fear of dying and a massive dose of skepticism led Sandra Champlain on a fifteen-year journey of discovery for proof of life after death. Through the disciplines of science and medicine, she uncovered the clear, undeniable truth that we don’t die. However, she kept this information to herself, fearful of what others might think.
The death of her father caused Sandra to investigate the painful world of grief. Her findings have lessened pain, helped save relationships and prevented suicides. Courageously, she now shares her journey and awe inspiring stories with audiences for the first time in her book ‘We Donʼt Die – A Skepticʼs Discovery of Life After Death.’
Sandra travels the United States & Canada as chef for many world- class race car teams including Andretti, Rahal and actor Patrick Dempsey. She owns Kent Coffee & Chocolate Company in Connecticut. A speaker, author and entrepreneur, Sandra is committed to making a profound difference in the lives of others.
Lisa graduated from Michigan State University with a degree in Psychology. She founded her company Empowered Living after becoming certified as a Transformational Life Coach® in 2006. Lisa is an Author, Inspirational Speaker and Spiritual Teacher dedicated to helping people live an empowered life through private coaching and seminars. She assists people in freeing themselves from negativity, limiting beliefs and self-sabotaging behaviors.
Lisa has immersed herself in her own transformational journey throughout her life, studying a multitude of subjects including personal transformation, relationships, inner child work, shadow work, ego work, law of attraction, business, and entrepreneurialism. She has also completed six extensive life coaching certification programs. Lisa contributes her effectiveness and success to her life experiences as she has continued to integrate what she learned into how she lives her life.
Lisa has a natural ability to lovingly communicate and respond to others as she guides people to a place where they feel safe enough to commit to their own path of healing and to forge ahead in their journey. She provides the direction and support to live authentically while achieving a deeper connection with their spirit. Through her intuitive abilities and gentle presence, she gives the assistance needed to overcome life struggles while achieving more ease, harmony, meaning and purpose in one’s life. She lives by the belief that living authentically through the embodiment of higher ground teachings is what brings us to the awakening of our true power and the realization of our greatest potential.
With today’s health care system in a flux and mainstream media constantly pushing us toward quick fix solutions, weight loss diets, and medications it is important to learn more about preventative medicine, self-care and self-healing. Monday, March 23rd, from 2-5pmPST/5-8pmEST tune into an all New episode of Conversations With Cogee “Take Control of Your Health: Alternative Medicine, Natural Healing and Lifestyle Changes.” Featuring several authors, experts and life coaches to guide you to optimal health!
Have you heard of Julia Cannon? Well, you’re in for a real treat! Julia Cannon will be joining Conversations With Cogee this Monday to talk about her book “Soul Speak – The Language of Your Body.”
Julia became a registered nurse and worked in Intensive Care and Home Health for the duration of her 20+ year career. She then decided to explore other aspects of the healing profession and has trained in Reconnective Healing and Dolores Cannon’s Quantum Healing Hypnosis Therapy.
Her energy healing has taken on its own dimension and has formed into something she calls “Lightcasting.” Intuitive lights come from the hands to direct energy where it is needed to balance any deficiencies in the body. This balancing may be happening on the physical, mental and/or spiritual level. While she is working in someone’s energy field, she gets intuitive messages/impressions of what is happening and what is needed to help the person bring about their healing.
When Julia does remote energy work, she is taken intuitively inside the body to see what the condition looks like and then she is given methods to correct the situations. This has been a spontaneous development that continues to amaze her in its applications.
Do not miss this show! Tune in this Monday, 2PT/5ET on KLAV 1230 AM – the Talk of Las Vegas and online worldwide at ConversationsWithCogee.com
Tune in this Monday, March 2nd, 2PT/4CT/5ET for an all new episode of The I’ve Been Falsely Accused Show on KLAV 1230 AM – featuring Steve Orringer (www.FalseConvictions.com), David Merkatz (www.wronglycharged.com)and another surprise guest! Read the rest of this entry »
Tune in this Monday, February 23rd, from 2-5pmPST/5-8pmEST, on KLAV 1230 AM – The Talk of Las Vegas, for an all new episode of Conversations With Cogee as we celebrate Black History Month with not only discussions of past accomplishments, but great encouragement from our special guests speaking on future possibilities for the youth of our nation – featuring Dr. Mary Gillam and A’Lelia Bundles.
DR. MARY GILLAM
Dr. Mary Gillam is a retired Air Force Colonel, and former senior executive service (SES) member with the Department of Defense at the Pentagon where she served as the Director of Technology, Innovation, and Engineering. She’s the founder and CEO of M2G Dynamic Leadership Solutions and
the producer/host of the TV show Leadership Table Talk.
Mary Gillam encourages young African Americans to get into the science and technology field. “Black History Month is a time to honor and remember African Americans’ accomplishments, but it can also be a vehicle to bridge the STEM (science, technology, engineering, math) gap. Many statistics substantiate the fact that there is a shortage of STEM graduates.
Author and journalist A’Lelia Bundles is at work on her fourth book, The Joy Goddess of Harlem: A’Lelia Walker and the Harlem Renaissance, a biography of her great-grandmother, whose parties, friendships, international travels and arts patronage helped define the era. On Her Own Ground: The Life and Times of Madam C.J. Walker –her biography of her great-great-grandmother—was named a New York Times Notable Book.
A’Lelia was a network television news executive and producer for thirty years at NBC News and then at ABC News, where she was Washington, DC deputy bureau chief. She currently is chairman of the board of the National Archives Foundation, a Columbia University trustee and on the advisory boards of the March on Washington Film Festival and the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study’s Schlesinger Library at Harvard. As president of the Madam Walker/A’Lelia Walker Family Archives, she shares the history of her famous ancestors through speeches, publications, documents, photographs and several public initiatives.
An engaging public speaker, who mixes her love of history and interest in current events, she has delivered keynote addresses and served as master of ceremonies at dozens of events, book festivals and conferences including at Harvard University, London City Hall, the National Archives and on all the major television and radio networks including ABC, NBC, CBS, BBC, PBS and NPR.
Tune in this Monday, February 16th from 2pm-5pm(PST)/5pm-8pm(EST) for an all New episode of Conversations With Cogee “The Real Black History Month: Hidden Lies of Our Black History” Part 2. Featuring Dr. Sandra Jowers-Barber.
Dr. Sandra Jowers-Barber, a native of Atlantic City, NJ, is Division Chair for Humanities and Associate Professor at the University of the District of Columbia Community College. She is also the host of UDC Forum on the University’s cable television station. Sandra, a historian, received both her doctorate in United States History and her MA in Public History from Howard University.
Her scholarship in disability history focuses on researching, documenting, and interpreting the history of the African American deaf community. She is establishing herself as an expert in this area through her research on the United States District Court for the District of Columbia case, Miller v. DC Board of Education, a pre-Brown v. Board of Education case that changed the educational policy for African American deaf school age children in the District of Columbia. Her scholarship in disability history focuses on researching, documenting, and interpreting the history of the African American deaf community. Dr. Jowers-Barber speaks regularly at community events and workshops on the importance of oral history in documenting the African American experience.
Her chapter “The Struggle to Educate Black Deaf School Children in Washington, DC” in A Fair Chance in the Race of Life: Gallaudet University’s Role in Deaf History explores the struggle of African American deaf school age children for an education in the District of Columbia. This anthology, published by Gallaudet University Press, celebrates 150 years of deaf education in Washington, D.C. “Educating Washington’s Black Deaf Children in the Nineteenth Century”, Dr. Jowers’ chapter in Emerging Scholars Shifting Paradigms: Black Women’s Scholarship, documents the struggle to establishment a school for the deaf in the nation’s capitol. Her article, “Teaching the African Diaspora: Using History to Connect People” for the internet publication VidaAfrolatina.com explores how teaching in an international classroom provides opportunities for students to experience the informative exchanges that can and should take place between different cultures in an academic arena. Her chapter, “The African-American Family: Giving the Gift of Roots and Wings” is included in the publication Family Affair: African American Identity in the 21st Century. Her biographical entry on the “The National Black Deaf Advocates” is found in the Encyclopedia of American Disability. She is currently preparing her manuscript Oral Histories of Washingtonians from Pre- Miller v. DC Board of Education to Post-Brown v. Board of Education for publication.
Tune in Monday at 2PT / 5ET for great information and knowledge of black history you may not have heard of or forgotten! Make sure you have your pens and your papers! If you would like to chime in on Conversations With Cogee topics, Listeners can call in at (702)731-1230 or toll free (866)820-5528. If you would like to be a guest, have a question about the show, send us a message! Inbox us on facebook!
Original airdate: February 2, 2015 – An all New episode of Conversations With Cogee “The Real Black History Month: Hidden Lies of Our Black History” Featuring great information and knowledge of black history you may not have heard of or forgotten! Make sure you have your pens and your papers!
If you would like to chime in on Conversations With Cogee topics, Listeners can call in at (702)731-1230 or toll free (866)820-5528. If you would like to be a guest, have a question about the show, send us a message! Inbox us on facebook!
Original airdate: Jan 26th, 2015 – 2-5pmPST/5-8pmEST, In this episode of Conversations With Cogee we are covering areas of emotional and physical abuse in relationships, how men and women should treat each other and how to leave a relationship before it is too late. One of our guest speakers, Beverly Engel, wrote the book “The Emotionally Abusive Relationship: How to Stop Being Abused and How to Stop Abusing.
Beverly Engel has been a psychotherapist for thirty years, specializing in the areas of abuse recovery, relationships, women’s issues and sexuality. She is also the best-selling author of 20 self-help books, many of which have been featured on national television and radio programs (Oprah, CNN, Ricki Lake, Starting Over) as well as national print media (O Magazine, Cosmopolitan, Ladies Home Journal, Redbook, Psychology Today, The Washington Post, The LA Times, and The Chicago Tribune to name a few).
If you would like to chime in on Conversations With Cogee topics, Listeners can call in at (702)731-1230 or toll free (866)820-5528. If you would like to be a guest, have a question about the show, send us a message! Inbox us here on facebook!
This Monday, January 19th, from 2pm-5pmPT, The Conversations with Cogee Show will be having a 3 hr special show, reflecting upon the legacy of iconic civil rights leader Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Given the passage of time there are important details of his life that have either been forgotten—or never known—particularly by young people who were not yet born when he came to national prominence. We will be honoring Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and others in the civil rights movement who were willing to risk physical hardships, failure and even death to achieve their dream of equal rights for African Americans. Stay tuned in for a great show!
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Tune in this Monday, December 22nd, 2pm-5pmPT/5pm-8pmET for an ALL new episode of Conversations With Cogee “Holiday Survival 101: How To Enjoy The Holiday Season Without Stress And Depression.” Featuring Skye MacKenzie (Author of Forty Days to Breakthrough – How to Move from Simply Existing to Living a Life of Meaning and Purpose), and Carol Phillips (author of 52 Simple Ways To Health).
This time of year is supposed to be a time of joy and celebration but for many, the holidays bring darkness instead of joy. Millions of people suffer depression and many go undiagnosed thinking they’re simply Scrooge-like. Skye MacKenzie will talk about ways to avoid the chaos and isolation that many feel this time of year, and maybe even use the season as an opportunity to be creative. Skye will also discuss how to set realistic New Year’s resolutions that will last and why we connect with some people and not others and how that might explain the very basis of our existence. Skye MacKenzie is a life coach who studied theology and trauma care. She’s a regular guest on Radio Rhema, delivering a two minute “Thought for the Day” for the past several years. She is the author of Forty Days to Breakthrough – How to Move from Simply Existing to Living a Life of Meaning and Purpose.
If you dread the holidays because you always put on a few pounds or complain about your holiday obligations and feel so stressed out you don’t have time to stop and experience the best part of the season…then this is the show for you! Carol Phillips says the holidays should be
about joy, not about what you didn’t accomplish, what you weigh, or what you eat. She’ll share ways to relax and enjoy the season by taking the stress out of getting and staying healthy, and how to make good choices all year long. Philips is a health and wellness expert with 25 years’ experience in the field. She’s an energetic health coach, speaker, consultant, and a certified personal trainer, CPR and first aid instructor, and smoke cessation facilitator. Her book “52 Simple Ways to Health,” offers simple and easy strategies to solve many common health challenges.
Also tune in for other great surprise guests, singers and longtime friends of the show! Listen Live worldwide online at www.KLAV1230AM.com and www.ConversationsWithCogee.com or with the smartphone app ‘TuneIn’
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Due to Cogee’s Schedule, we will be rebroadcasting a previous show “”Paying It Forward: Kindness Is Free” Featuring Professor Paul Gilbert, Rev. Angel Kyodo Williams, and Dr. Dennis Tirch. Cogee is working hard to bring you the best shows possible!
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Tune in This Monday, Dec 8th, 2PT/5ET for an all new episode of Conversations With Cogee “Bullying In The Workplace: Is Your Boss a Bully?” Feat. Dr. Gary Namie, Director of Workplace Bullying Institute.
Have you been bullied? If so call into the show and tell us about it. Call into the show (702)731-1230. Listen Live worldwide online at www.ConversationsWithCogee.com and www.KLAV1230am.com Follow us on twitter @cogeetalk
Join us tomorrow, Dec 1st, on KLAV 1230 AM (The Talk of Las Vegas) at 2PT/5ET as Cogee and Jeffrey Deskovic bring you another great “I’ve Been Falsely Accused Show” featuring Anthony Ortiz. Back in 1993 Ortiz was convicted in a double murder. He was innocent but it took 19 years before he was exonerated.
Due to Cogee’s Schedule, we will be rebroadcasting a previous show “Who The Hell Did I Marry & Who The Hell Was I Dating?” In this episode, Cogee interviews Carol Grever, who had been married for more than 30 years to her husband before he broke the news that he was gay. Grever will let Cogee get in depth and personal so others can learn from her experience. Grever is the author of several books to help people deal with this particular situation. Titles like “When Your Spouse Comes Out” and “My Husband Is Gay: A Woman’s Guide To Surviving The Crisis”. Read the rest of this entry »