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The Networking Diva Hour weekly radio talk show is all about networking,business tips,to preparing for job interviews. Info on all the Do's & Don'ts for successful job searching to getting your business promoted!. International radio host and producer Janiece Carlson, connects all communities and entrepreneurs with valuable business information as well as information on events, new businesses, start-ups, showcasing all non-profits, and much more! The Networking Diva Hour is the show that gives back to the communities near and far! Live every Friday Morning 10-11am MT. Janiece is a recognized local C/S professional women and winner of Business Women of the Year 2015-2017 through the NAPW, and several other awards in her career​ and her show has been nominated for "The Best Of" through the Gazette for 2016 for Show & Host as well as The People's Choice Award 2016 & 2017! Newly Nominated for Best of Show & Host 2018!

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What exactly is intuition? You may believe it's a supernatural force, or simply the brain analyzing facts at a subconscious level and sending you "hunches" based on that analysis. Either way, there's no denying that intuition is a powerful force in the business world. Donald Trump and Conrad Hilton are just two of the business icons who've relied on intuition to help them make smarter business decisions. My guest this week is, Kath Michel Schnorr, Certified Professional Co-Active Coach, Abundance Intelligence Certified Leader. Kath combines her Co-Active Coach certification and her engineering background with her life experiences.
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Our April First Friday Blogs will include-Fundraising Trends Your Nonprofit Needs to Know for 2019 -part two. The nonprofit/giving industry is constantly evolving. Large nonprofits are streaming live from their offices and adding GIFs to their... more

Year after year, the essential characteristics of highly ranked nonprofits remain remarkably consistent. The top best nonprofits scored an average 90 percent in six of the seven dimensions. That's a high bar, but 50 of the... more

In life, there are seasons of living. Between each stage, each of us seem to feel confused, frustrated, and out of sorts. As business owners we experience similar seasons in the running of our businesses. I think the word 'stuck' makes... more

Your credit report lists what types of credit you use, the length of time your accounts have been open, and whether you've paid your bills on time. It tells lenders how much credit you've used and whether you're seeking new sources... more

There is no gainsaying that outstanding Customer Service leads to customer satisfaction, repeat business, increased sales, customer retention, customer loyalty and eventually customer advocacy; and no matter how much we repeat... more

With March Madness is set to tip off this month, most organizations will likely see a drop in productivity as some employees focus more on their tournament brackets than their work. While many employers fear a loss of productivity due to... more

Some who are successful in business even give the illusion that they don't sell. SO when they told their ‘team' that they were offering a one day workshop they weren't selling? They dress it up as sharing. Let's get technical here... more

Lifestyle Business. ... The goal of a lifestyle business is to make enough money to be comfortable while having freedom and a good work-life balance while doing work that you enjoy. Many lifestyle businesses were started based on the... more

For many, each year represents a clean slate to accomplish a new set of goals. Last month I shared a show to ask yourself that might help set you up to achieve your goals in the new year. This week we are asking what is Your 2019 Word of... more

Many startups fail to reach their potential because they don't take the time to fully understand and communicate the important meaning behind their brand. We see many startups put all of their effort into developing their product, but wait... more

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