Charlamagne Tha God Realizes How Anxiety Changes Perspective

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A large number of music listeners know who Charlamagne Tha God is. Charlamagne is working on his second book, Black Privilege, and it is evident that there is a passion for helping other human beings. He believes that one of the best ways to do this is by sharing his own experiences. One thing that he has shown is that he has a high level of remorse for things that he has done in his own life when he was younger.

 

One area that he tends to talk about on the morning show with co-host DJ Envy and Angela Yee is anxiety. He has talked about how he has acquired counseling for the anxiety that he has. He is not afraid to open up about therapy and all that he has gone through during his years as someone who sold drugs.

 

Charlamagne Tha God has been vocal about his early years where he sold drugs to someone that would eventually become so unequipped to take care of herself that her daughter would drop out of school to take care of this mother. Charlamagne, in reflective moments, has spoken about the remorse that he feels about situations such as this.

 

Charlamagne Tha God has become someone that has two daughters and he is well aware of all the issues that a lot of young ladies are facing. He believes that he wants to be part of the solution instead of being part of the problem for women that are facing issues like sexual harassment, rape, drug abuse and so many other things.

 

Charlamagne believes that the anxiety that he has felt over the years has changed the the way he lives his life. Fortunately, he is someone that saw the need for help and actually took an opportunity to get the help that he needed. Get More Information Here.

 

He has always been the type of person that has been able to express himself, and he wants to open up a lot about anxiety and what is happening with this in the black community. Tha God wants black people to realize that they need therapy too. He wants to take away the stigma behind therapy.

 

Check out Charlemagne the God on http://www.cc.com/video-clips/a6xcye/the-daily-show-with-trevor-noah-charlamagne-tha-god—finding-success-in–black-privilege-

 

 

Newsmen in Trouble for Sharing the News

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Jim Larkin and Michael Lacey found themselves in trouble with the one-time Sheriff Joe Arpaio. These men were removed from their home and were charged with disclosing information about a grand jury investigation.

Both men were involved with the Village Voice Media newspaper. In fact, one man was the CEO of the paper and the other was an executive editor. They ran a story about a grand jury and they did not know they were the subject on the investigation.

Arpaio was getting annoyed by the way the media criticized his aggressive law performance techniques. He is known for this Tent City where inmates at the country jail live in tents. Since he was in office he has been told what is legal to do and what is not. He was at one time investigated for targeting illegal immigrants, but no evidence was found.

Due to Tent City, Arpaio was charged with violating the rights of people of Latino decent and other minority groups. Arpaio decided to keep on doing his job and ignored the changes. Reporters began to take notice of this new and that is where Michael Lacey and Jim Larkin come in. Read more: Jim Larkin | Crunchbase and Larkin and Lacey Fruntera Fund | Crunchbase

While newspapers were not supposed to write about Arpaio these reported published this information anyway. The men were arrested and must serve 24 days in prison. They filed a lawsuit against Arpaio and wanted to expose more of his practices. They ended up settling for over $3 million.

After this story hit the news Arpaio was not re-elected as Sheriff. He was also charged with contempt of court. President Trump ended up giving Arpaio a pardon, but many say he did this to keep the nationalists on his side. Learn more about Jim Larkin and Michael Lacey: https://frontpageconfidential.com/fbi-arrest-michael-lacey-jim-larkin/ and http://frontpageconfidential.com/michael-lacey-jim-larkin-arpaio-frontera-fund-first-amendment/

While Arpaio may be free of charges people are now aware of his abuse of power and it is unlikely he will have a legal or political career in the near future.

Steve Ritchie – Papa John’s

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Steve Ritchie started with Papa John’s as a customer service representative in 1996 making only $6 per hour. Ten years after beginning that customer service job, Ritchie became a Papa John’s franchise owner. In 2010 he started taking on more leadership roles in company operations. Ritchie was promoted to Chief Operating Officer in 2014 and named President in 2015. Today, Steve Ritchie is the CEO of Papa John’s and is using the entrepreneurial spirit that brought him to the company’s top role to lead the company in a new direction.

Ritchie intends to set new goals for Papa John’s and is personally leading the effort to accomplish them. In an article from boardroominsiders.com, it says that Steve is bringing in independent experts to assist in the audit of Papa John’s culture and Diversity and Inclusion practices. Ritchie is sending his senior management into the field so they can personally listen to feedback from employees and franchisees. Those initiatives will allow Papa John’s to find their strengths and, more importantly, their weaknesses so they can set clear goals on how to do better. Ritchie has ensured transparency throughout this process and wants customers to hold the company accountable.

According to Inc.com, Steve Ritchie started in his role as CEO on January 1 of this year and has admitted that recent times have been the hardest of his 22 years with Papa John’s. To him, Papa John’s isn’t an individual; it is a company of 120,000 people from throughout the world. Those people come from all walks of life, from the communities they serve. They all work hard to provide their customers with better pizza and better service. Steve Ritchie Papa Johns and everyone at Papa John’s knows the only reason they are and will remain in business is the loyalty of their customers. Ritchie’s sincere wish is to continue to have the honor of serving them. Follow Steve on Twitter.

Full article: https://www.bloomberg.com/research/stocks/people/person.asp?personId=116958187&privcapId=325388