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Communication Strategy: How to Produce Astonishing Content Every Time
This week on Livelihood Show, host Marcy Rosenbaum presents a career navigation strategy that rides change instead of trying to manage it.
This week’s introduction to the Livelihood Show interview of Marcy Rosenbaum was conducted by Anna Drezen, an actor, writer and producer living in New York City. She interviewed Marcy using an adaptation of the famous Proust questionnaire featured by James Lipton on Inside the Actors' Studio....
“Marcy Rosenbaum is the host of "Livelihood," a weekly radio show about career paths in transition. She left her corporate job to pursue her dream of talk radio, and the show aims to help others figure out how to start fresh with a career they love. I'm not sure which I like more: her infectiously positive attitude, or her voice, which is like a fountain of warm Nutella.”
AD: What's your relationship to the theme of the show?
Marcy Rosenbaum: In my past career, I was a consultant. It was like being an actor. I couldn't act until someone gave me a role. I was on the shelf until someone cast me. I wanted to be more like a musician: a musician can play whenever they want; they just have to get an idea of how to make money at it.
The relationship you have with your customers and clients will determine the fate of your business.
Would you like to know how to create the most positive kind of relationship with those who purchase your products and services?
Host Cloris Kylie welcomes professional speaker, business consultant, author, and performer Corey Poirier to “Magnificent Time.” Corey will share how we can attract people to our business and how to keep our current customers and clients so happy they’ll want to give us a standing ovation!
“Corey Poirier dissects the wisdom of thousands of thought leaders so you don’t have to!”
Corey Poirier is an award winning Keynote speaker and a TEDx Speaker (having presented to 100,000 attendees and having shared the bill with Deepak Chopra and General Rick Hillier), award winning executive, host of the top rated Conversations With PASSION Radio Show which features the likes of Jack Canfield (Chicken Soup for the Soul), John Gray (Men are from Mars), Dr. John Izzo, and Chalene Johnson and Corey is also an International Best-Selling Author (Share Your Message With The World).
Corey has presented TEDx and MoMonday’s Talks, he is the Founder of a Business Publication, a 8 time acclaimed 'and best-selling' author, CEO of a Seminar Company and a Media Company and an interviewer who has interviewed 3000 of the world’s high achievers.
His most recent book THRIVING has been grabbed by thousands upon thousands just weeks after its release.
His websites are www.thatspeakerguy.com, www.coreypoirier.com
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This show is for Women who are busy building a business, running a household and raising a family. During this show you will learn how to successfully navigate all and have a life! You will also learn the one thing an entrepreneur can do to double their income in 60 days. Tune in and call in to talk with Jaden Stelring and Odette Laurie 626-231-0306 10:00 AM PST/1:00 PM EST.
Marketing Strategy: How to Know If Your PR Campaign is Paying Off
In order to build a successful and satisfying personal career path, we need to be paying attention. What’s going on around me? How am I doing? What do I want?I
This week, our guest is Adam Liss, and he has some very useful skills for figuring out “what’s next”. Adam teaches the skills of mindfulness, which has been defined as paying attention in a particular way: on purpose, in the present moment, and non-judgmentally.
In the tumult of economic and organizational upheaval, it’s hard to pay attention. So many things distract us: worries about money and job security; endlessly expanding to do lists; “what if” analyses as we try to predict, prepare or prevent something in the future. Techniques for mindfulness are more important during changes in our lives than ever before.
Adam, Director of Cape Stress Reduction and Optimal Health in Cape Cod Massachusetts, understands that the mind is known to be a factor in stress and stress-related disorders, and that mindfulness meditation exercises can positively effect a range of autonomic physiological processes, lowering blood pressure and reducing overall arousal and emotional re-activity (that "fight or flight" response).
Adam Liss graduated from of Amherst College with a BA degree in Cultural Anthropology. He established a personal meditation practice back in 1975, when “meditation” had a reputation of being “far out" of the mainstream practices of health and wellness.
Do you know how to identify your organization's assets and how to monitize them?
This is an important first step to assess the value of implementing a valuable Social Enterprise Business Model.
Join host Victoria Boyd as she welcomes back Jean Block as she returns for her quarterly visit discussing different elements of Social Enterprise for Nonprofits. Author of The Nonprofit Guide to Social Enterprise and a presenter at the upcoming IMPACT Learning 2015 training Oct 26-28 in Las Vegas we will share the value of knowing how to identify assets.
Are you stuck in a rut? Are you unhappy in your job? So are a majority of employees, even those who feel fortunate to have a job.
Livelihood host Marcy Rosenbaum and guest Zen Master Bon Soeng (Jeff Kitzes) discuss what you can do when you feel you’re living someone else’s plan for your life. Jeff talks about the power of looking inward to find what’s most important to you. When you can’t change the company or the boss, there are still some things you can do to find increased satisfaction at work. Your career, he suggests, can be an expression of who you are, even when your opportunities are stalled or limited.
In today's interview, Jeff talks about the power of looking inward to find the meaning in the opportunities you encounter.
He enjoys my reaction of horror as he references Donald Rumsfeld comment "You don't know what you don't know"; and my chagrin when I acknowledge that insightful remarks can come from unlikely sources. (I take some consolation that Rumsfeld stole the comment from Albert Einstein, who said, "Imagination is more important than knowledge; knowledge is limited to all we now know and understand, while imagination embraces the entire world, and all there ever will be to know and understand".)
How does someone become a Zen Master?
One experience at a time.
Meet Jeff Kitzes, Guiding Teacher at Empty Gate Zen Center in Berkley California. Also known as Zen Master Bon Soeng (which means "original nature") he is a meditation teacher, carpenter, licensed psychotherapist, writer and celebrant.
When you look at buying a new car for instance, sitting inside the one you are interested in for the first time is an emotional event. Your senses are in a heightened state. You're not really in fact-gathering mode. You're in dream mode. Dream mode can be a dangerous place, because it's based on emotion. What are the operating costs? What is the repair record?
What is Franchise Quest?
When you are looking at franchises, your emotions will run high, too. It can be really exciting (as it should be) to look into small business ownership. Just don't let the dream mode about owning your own business get in the way of doing the research that's required. Doing franchise research the right way is not difficult. What is difficult is taking the emotion out of your decision making process, and only focusing on the facts. When you base your decision to purchase a franchise on the facts, you lower your risk and increase the likelihood of success- the sweet spot for any entrepreneur.
How to Accomplish Franchise Quest!
Today’s guest, Larry Powell, is a franchise ownership adviser. He coaches people who are interested in franchise ownership how to properly select and carefully research franchise business opportunities so they can increase their odds of success. He’s the one who can help you balance dream mode and fact model when it comes to choosing the right business for you.
Ghostwriter and Editor
From e-books to memoirs to how-to texts, as a veteran writer I will organize your notes, blogs and ideas into a detailed outline.
Using this outline we will make a text that will:
Expand your Visibility Create a long term marketing product Add to your expertise level Also, utilizing my connections in self publishing, you can make sure your book goes from idea to market as soon as possible along with a ready marketing plan that that will assure it becomes a seller!
Writing Coach and Tutor
Have a great book idea and want to do it yourself but don’t know how to get started? I can help!
With my background as an adjunct professor and published writer, I have created one-on-one time tested programs that can either be combined with coaching and tutoring agendas or can be separated as one or the other.
Your customized plan includes:
Creating an editorial timeline Scheduling consistent reviews of past chapter drafts to assure the flow and clarity of the text Assistance and education on the subject of writing and editing. Let my years of writing and editing get your message fully and strategically across!
Rex and Sherry in the national touring company of Godspell
How do they know this? They teach the skills of improvisation. To improvise is to produce or make something from whatever is available. It is the art of experiencing, reacting and creating, in the moment, and in response to the stimulus of your environment and your own inner feelings.
Actors use improvisation skills to make a character come alive. Educators use improvisation to engage their students in active learning. Professionals use improvisation to think on their feet, make connections with others, and build shared ideas.
Rex and Sherry are partners in marriage and work. They are making a living as actors and artists;. They are crafting and navigating successful and innovative career paths that include performing, writing, directing and teaching.
Rex Knowles and Sherry Landrum currently run the two year Professional Actor Training Program at Chattanooga State Community College in Chattanooga, Tennessee.
The curriculum is modeled after the New Actors Workshop, a prestigious training program in NYC founded by George Morrison, Mike Nichols and Paul Sills, where, for ten years, Rex and Sherry taught and administered the program.