Tuesday, March 09, 2010

on today's show: John Mullins, to further discuss his published article, “Find value in your career” and so much more

a live show hosted by Denisia Adams
Keeping the everyday Capetonian in the know between 9am – 12pm

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On average, people can hold their breath for about one minute. The world record is 21 minutes 29 seconds, by David Merlini. ALSO DID YOU KNOW 1977 Apple II becomes the first mass-produced home computer. Star Wars debuts.

Courtesy of wikihow.com
How to Be Good
Philosophers have been debating what is good and what is not for centuries. Many people find that it's more complicated than just being kind, and several complex religions have arisen with the attempt to understand the difference between good and evil. While every person's journey is different, being good has a lot to do with discovering yourself and your role in the world. Here's how to be a good person on your own terms.
Be proactive. It's tempting to infer that as long as you avoid doing the things you know are bad (stealing, badmouthing, lying, etc.) then that means you're a good person, but there's more to it than that. By avoiding bad behavior, you've made a big step towards becoming a good person, but you've only just begun. In order to be good, you actually have to do good things rather than just avoid doing bad things.
***To get more of these steps click on link http://www.wikihow.com/Be-Good 

Career adviser, John Mullins. He joined us to further discuss his published article, “Find value in your career”. Here’s a recap on the vital ways to find value in your career:
• Understand yourself fully. (Your Values and Behaviour Preferences).
• Does your job allow you to express these every day?
• Do you find you are willing to go beyond what the job requires? If so, is it because you feel compelled, or forced?
• Ultimately you are valuable. A job only gives you space to show that. Without you, the job is nothing.
To find out more visit John’s websites, www.daredreamdone.com, or www.johnmullins.co.za Or contact him on his email address, john@johnmullins.co.za

I also discussed an article @news24 about porn on TV. Whether it should be allowed and become a fixed channel or not. Check out the article: http://www.news24.com/Content/MyNews24/Letters/1050/8e20f11c316645bb8a76038db4ad19f3/05-03-2010-09-25/No_Porn_=_No_Internet
Here are some of the comments made by Bush Radio listeners:
“porn should only be for normal minded adults and out of reach for youngrters some people are hiding behind our new laws where by they think anything goes”

“Hi, i have a gun & im not a murdder & will never b & now that there's gonna b porn on tv i dont think its gonna make me a rapist.Sick minds do sick things.Craig”

“It's the attitude that evil is everywhere so it must be ok why the world is as is-santa”

Malcolm Forbes
Education's purpose is to replace an empty mind with an open one.
That’s it for the Morning Cruise, where we cruise through your weekday here on BushRadio 89.5fm live on your stereo between 9am – 12pm with me Denisia Adams. Take Care ... make the best of your day and Keep the Faith. Stay Real!!!!!!!!!!

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