Wednesday, October 13, 2010

on todays show we showcased a forum hosted by HIV/Aids and media project

In an effort to help prevent accidents, reduce carbon emissions, and give people more free time, which they could then use to surf the web, Google has been developing cars that drive themselves. The company has been road-testing these vehicles on the streets of California for months. So far, the cars have traveled a total of 140,000 miles, and the only collision involved human error—a driver rear-ended one of the Google cars at a stop light. During these tests, a driver was always present and ready to take control of the vehicle in the event that something went wrong with the system.
Which is the youngest official language in the world?

A – slang B – Pedi C – Afrikaans
Answer: C – Afrikaans

Glenn de swardt from health4men and Melissa Meyer coordinator of the forum hosted by HIV/Aids and media project, “homos don’t make headlines”. The HIV/AIDS & the Media Project of the Anova Health Institute and Wits Journalism Programme, funded by USAID and PEPFAR through Johns Hopkins Health and Education in South Africa (JHHESA) present: Gripping new journalism research that investigates the lives of men who have sex with men in the face of a widespread HIV epidemic and explores how they come to terms with their sexuality and their status. The forum takes place tomorrow in Newlands Southern Sun, Cape Town.
*We'll be doing a follow up on the outcome of this forum. Stay tuned.

Today’s Inspiration of the day
How to Take Action Consistently
by Steve Pavlina
With respect to goals, projects, and other to-do items, it’s easy to get stuck too long in the thinking and planning phase. You can sit around writing and rewriting your goals, delving into your subconscious mind, working through emotional blocks, summoning the power of Thor… whatever. But if you don’t eventually get into action, you’re wasting your time.
Here’s a simple technique I use. This has worked very well for me when I’ve applied it. It usually takes only 5-10 minutes.
Thought waves
It isn’t difficult to create a strong thought wave and then ride it. You do this all the time whenever a powerful thought takes hold of you. For example, when you become really angry, it can be harder to stop yourself than to ride that anger into action. Or when you get a song stuck in your head, you may have a hard time preventing yourself from singing it out loud. You can also create these thought waves consciously and deliberately. Then you can ride their energy to complete many tasks very quickly. You’ll enjoy it too.
How to create and ride thought waves
Sit quietly in a place where you won’t be distracted. Take a few deep breaths to clear your mind. Now identify whatever goal you’d like to work on. Maybe it’s something simple like organizing your workspace or writing a school paper. All you need is a clear, specific, measurable goal, but you don’t need a plan of action at this point.
Now just sit and think about what you want. Imagine this goal becoming real. Let yourself daydream, but try to stay conscious as you do it. Explore the goal in your mind. Think about it actually happening, but don’t physically try to do anything yourself yet.
Usually within 5-10 minutes, these positive thoughts build up so much energy in my body that I’m itching to do something.
Once you start feeling that positive tension in your body, stop and ask yourself this question:
What can I do right now to make this goal a reality?
As you ask this question, hold the expectation that the answer will be something simple that can be done in 30 minutes or less.
Whatever reasonable answer pops into your head, accept it and act on it immediately. Get that simple task done as quickly as you can. Sometimes you’ll flow effortlessly into another task.
When you feel "dog tired" at night, it may be because you growled all day. - Anonymous
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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