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September 14th 2015:Are young people today willing to pay the price?

Today we live in a "fast food" society. People want and expect things right NOW. Young people are being raised by media and technology that allows instant access to practically anything they desire with a simple keystroke. Movies, music, social media, and gaming make the American Dream look so easy and cheap. More and more youth are choosing entertainment over hard work and discipline, and they are finding fewer and fewer true role models to emulate. This week NBA Star Dennis "3D" Scott joins Power of Peace Radio to speak about his journey that led him to Naismith Prep Player of the Year 1987,

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Dennis "3D" Scott

Dennis Scott is a retired NBA player. A 6'8" small forward from Georgia Tech, and the 1989-90 ACC Men's Basketball Player of the Year, Scott was selected by the Orlando Magic with the fourth pick of the 1990 NBA draft after being the leading scorer on a Yellow Jackets team that made the Final Four. Scott spent the majority of his career with the Magic, earning the nickname 3-D for his ability to consistently make long three-point field goal attempts. Until the drafting of Shaq in 1992, Scott was a leading scorer for the Magic. In 1995-96 Scott set an NBA single-season three-point field goal tally with 267. He also set the NBA record for most three pointers made in a single game with 11 in 19
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Xeron Pledger

Xeron is an entrepreneur, writer, business owner, program facilitator, and public speaker. He currently is the Congressional Liaison and Projects Coordinator for Congressman Hank Johnson. He has worked under the umbrellas of Motown, BET, Gladys Knight, and others. Xeron has worked directly with city boards, educational boards, schools, non-profits, and state agencies. He has even operated his own mentoring organization through the University System of Georgia. Xeron’s career path and success was discovered through his passion for people, building relationships, and creatively communicating through writing, facilitating, public speaking, and music. Xeron is passionate about providing opportun
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