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How To Mind Your Own Business

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One hour live call-in show for small business owners, entrepreneurs and anyone thinking of going into business.  The hosts are Relationship, Financial and Anger Management Coaches Jim and Marsha Walker Eastwood.

Amir Khella joins the coaches for the 11 am segment.   Amir Khella, and he's the CEO and Founder of Keynotopia. He's an entrepreneur, startup advisor, and user experience designer. He's designed and helped launch over 12 startups, including DocVerse (acquired by Google), Delve Networks (acquired by LimeLight), TalentSpring (acquired by TalentTech), SideReel (acquired by Rovi), UStream, and several others. His latest product, Keynotopia, was launched in 3 hours with a $50 budget and had its first paying customer in the first 10 minutes. He's been previously featured in Inc magazine, Entrepreneur magazine, and several other tech/biz publications.

At 11:30 am green marketing guru Shel Horowitz stops by to share some valuable pearls of business wisdom.  Beginning with a one-toddler action against smokers at his parents’ party at about age three, Shel Horowitz has been involved in environmental and social change movements his whole life. In 1972, at age 15, he was involved in a community group that opposed a nuclear power plant proposed for two miles north of New York City (a proposal that the utility company quickly withdrew). A veteran of the 1977 Seabrook occupation, his first book, written when he was only 22, was about why nuclear power makes no sense. Shel is also the author of the e-book, Painless Green: 111 Tips to Help the Environment, Lower Your Carbon Footprint, Cut Your Budget, and Improve Your Quality of Life-With No Negative Impact on Your Lifestyle. He is directly responsible for the first nonsmokers’ rights regulations in Northampton, Massachusetts.