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  • 7 Ways to Spot a True Sense of Urgency

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    A Winning Team: With a strong sense of urgency, people quickly identify critical issues and form strong teams that are committed to ambitious change even when those members are already working hard. 2) Vision and Strategies: Strong and committed teams organize the effort to find smart strategies and envision long-term outcomes when dealing with essential issues, even when the best strategies are hard to pin down. 3) Communication: High urgency teams inherently feel a need to persistently communicate the vision and strategies to the appropriate people to get them on board and generate still more urgency. 4) Empowerment: Those with a strong sense of urgency empower others who are dedicated to making a vision a reality by removing obstruction in their path. 5) Short-Term Wins: High urgency teams celebrate short-term victories and make them visible to the entire organization. 6) Never Give Up: After minor and/or great success, teams with a true sense of urgency never let their team slip back to complacent inertia. Instead they expand the effort and strive for improvement. 7) Making It Stick: Teams with a true sense of urgency feel duty-bound to find ways to make sure any change sticks by incorporating that change into the structure, the systems, and - most importantly - the culture. People who should listen to this show are entrepreneurs

  • Are You Being Duped by These 3 Pervasive Business Lies?

    in Business

    Critical Business Lie #1: You can make millions instantly. Have you ever heard of the following?              “I just made $5 million this week on my killer launch. So                      now I am going to hop in my Lamborghini, drive                       down to the pier, board my yacht, cruise down                                to the Island, and bury my money.”                                    ~ Infamous Internet Marketer The Planning Stage of Business Critical Business Lie #2: Planning a business begins the second you decide to start a business. Most of the entrepreneurs I know didn't get their start in Internet marketing. I sure didn't! But if you think that the planning stage begins with simply waking up one day and saying, "Well, I guess I'll start a business today!"... you're dead wrong. Critical Business Lie #3: All it takes to have a Braggable Network is meeting or speaking with the industry Big Guns. Period.
    People who should listen to this show are entrepreneurs  

  • Ann Weisgarber & THE GLOVEMAKER on Wine Women & Writing Radio

    in Books

    Wine Women & Writing Radio with Pamela Fagan Hutchins welcomes acclaimed author Ann Weisgarber, author of THE GLOVEMAKER.
    In the inhospitable lands of the Utah Territory, during the winter of 1888, thirty-seven-year-old Deborah Tyler waits for her husband, Samuel, to return home from his travels as a wheelwright. It is now the depths of winter, Samuel is weeks overdue, and Deborah is getting worried. 
    Deborah lives in Junction, a tiny town of seven Mormon families scattered along the floor of a canyon, and she earns her living by tending orchards and making work gloves. Isolated by the red-rock cliffs that surround the town, she and her neighbors live apart from the outside world, regarded with suspicion by the Mormon faithful who question the depth of their belief. 
    When a desperate stranger who is pursued by a Federal Marshal shows up on her doorstep seeking refuge, it sets in motion a chain of events that will turn her life upside down.
    But all is not what it seems, and when the Marshal is critically injured, Deborah and her husband’s best friend, Nels Anderson, are faced with life and death decisions that question their faith, humanity, and both of their futures.
    Follow Pamela and Wine Women & Writing Radio for more real women, kicking ass and writing books.
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  • Seven Golden Rules for Hyper Business Growth

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    Seven Golden Rules for Hyper Business Growth 1.    Your business day starts the night before.  Each evening I plan my next day's business activities. I write out a good old fashion "to do" list.
    2.    Set an alarm clock. Many entrepreneurs think because it's "my" business they don't need a schedule - that they can do whatever they want - wrong. I have seen this over and over.
    3.    Never work in your pajamas. Your mind set is one of the most important factors in determining your success.
    4.    Do not schedule meetings or take phone calls before noon. You are at your best first thing in the morning.
    5.    Take a mid-day exercise break. A study by Jim McKenna from the University of Bristol showed that exercise during the workday improves job performance. 
    6.    Have lunch with a mentor, colleague or protégé once a week. We can all get caught up in our own little world. We are so busy with our families and careers.
    7.    Reconcile your "to do" list. At the end of your workday look at what you had planned to accomplish that day and look at what you actually accomplished.
    if you fell below 75%, you need to make some changes. Because this means you are not in control of your business, instead your business is in control of you. People who should listen to this show are entrepreneurs

  • The Ultimate Guide to Facebook Ads for Affiliate Marketing

    in Business

    Before we get into tips for using Facebook Ads for affiliate promotions, let's take care of a couple housekeeping things.
    Create your own landing pages As we said above, sending people directly to your affiliate link is a great way to get your ads banned. Start hyper-focused, then expand Whether you're advertising Facebook, LinkedIn, Google or any other PPC (pay-per-click) network, start off your targeting hyper-focused, then expand from there. Get clear on the end game What is your goal with this set of ads? 4. Know how much time you have Are you building up page likes, which is a long-term strategy? Make your picture relevant and interesting This is pretty self-explanatory. If you're promoting an offer related to fitness, have a picture related to fitness. Tell them what to do Never overestimate people's ability to read between the lines and know what to do. 7. Start off with CPM bidding CPM bidding is cost per thousand impressions.
    People who should listen to this show are entrepreneurs

  • Honoring Living Reggae Legend Winston Francis and his Music Legacy

    in Music

    Winston Francis (born 1948) aka King Cool is a Jamaican singer whose career began in the 1960s.He attended music school, and his teacher Chuck Bird arranged for him to perform with the Jackie Gleason Orchestra in front of Spiro Agnew in 1965.He then joined Carlos Malcolm's Afro Jamaicans band.  He was also a member of The Sheridans (with Pat Kelly) In the late 1960s he recorded as a solo artist for Clement "Coxsone" Dodd's Studio One label, with his debut album Mr. Fix-It released in 1969. This was followed by a second album, California Dreaming in 1971,  The single's B-side, "Too Experienced", featured backing vocals from Bob Marley and Bunny Wailer. 
     Francis returned to recording in the early 1980s, releases including the Roy Cousins-produced Just Once and the self-produced Africa. After a break from music when he worked as a youth worker and social worker, he returned in 1987 as a backing vocalist for The Melodians and began working with Trevor Star and the Skaticians. He continued to record in the 1990s, working with Dennis Bovell under the name King Cool, and releasing Ragga Love and Sweet Rock Steady, and guested on Kelly's 1995 album Butterflies. His version of Ben E King's "Stand by Me" was a hit in France, selling over 90,000 copies, leading to work with Sly & Robbie and John Kpiaye. In 2003 he teamed up with fellow veteran AJ Franklin to record the album Stand Firm. In 2004 he released the medley album Feel Good All Over.

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  • Amelie Diamant Holmstrom

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    An educator with over 4 decades of experience, Amelie Diamant-Holmstrom discusses her books, "Conversations with Thomas," "Destined For Greatness," and "Yes, I Can," all written in an effort to provide parents, teachers and the educational system with insights on how to support, nurture and cultivate children to thrive, survive and live life with joy and passion.

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