• 01:00

    Get Employees To Listen; Weird Business Gifts; Keep Clients Painlessly; More;

    in Business

    Jen Lawrence author of Engage the Fox on how to have difficult but productive talks with employees.


    Diane Domeyer is executive director of The Creative Group talks about weird and wonderful business gifts.


    Christopher Gooley offers painless ways of keeping customers.


    Adam Hollander CEO of Fantasy Sales Team offers ways of motivating not only the sales team but the entire company


    Download, read the latest free issue of Small Business Digest magazine. Click Here To Download


     

  • 01:08

    Get Ready ... It's the Sexy Show!

    in Women

    Most people would think that a diagnosis of impotency would mark the end of your sex life. For prostate cancer survivor, Michael Russer, nothing could be further from the truth. Now, he experiences ‘extraordinary emotional and physical intimacy’ with his partner that he never had prior to his diagnosis. During an energizing session (which could last up to four hours), his partner has been known to climax a minimum of five times! I know you are dying to know exactly how he does this and he’ll be sharing his secrets with me on the show!


    Megan Hussey and her co-writer Saqqarah started Metaphysical Erotica to write positive stories with powerful heroines and hot men. In fact, their book Lovers has topped several Amazon best seller lists. They are living proof that indie feminist authors. Tune in to find out what women want in erotic literature and how they are fulfilling that need.

  • 01:56

    10 ways to get the most out of your reletionships

    in Spirituality

    Join scott as we discuss 10 ways to get the most out of the people in  your life to become more powerful in reaching your goals. If you understand how to inspire change you can make sure to have a strong team and build leaders. If you need coaching contact Scott to set up your first session. You can also follow on twitter at @poperception or email directly at poperception@aol.com you can call in for a coaching session at 516-590-0357.
     

  • 01:14

    Get Real Radio: Real Estate and Mortgage in the Seattle area

    in Real Estate

    Hosts Vija Williams of Keller Williams, Deborah Champion of Bank of Montreal alternate with hosts Eric Robison of Keller Williams and Frank E Percival of Central Banc to discuss timely real estate and mortgage topics.

  • 01:30

    Turn It Up Tuesdays hosted by Magi Love

    in Entertainment

    Turn It Up Tuesdays hosted by Magi Love, the spot to get connected with aspiring individuals coast to coast. Playing some of the best unsigned, independent recording artists and interviewing individuals from all walks of art.


    Topic:


    (C)reating (A)venues (N)etworking through (U)nity,  Get Lifted .


    Visit GetLiftedEntertainment.com for submissions and interviews.


    Twitter @GetLifted_Radio


    IG: GetLiftedEntertainment


    Add us on  SoundClound

  • 00:27

    Why Don't We Just Get Started? - It's Cold

    in Self Help

    Motivaiton to Get Started and to Keep Going!

  • 00:57

    The Tufts Get Going! "True Self and Ego"

    in Spirituality

    9 am Wednesdays (Eastern), "The Tufts Get Going!" host Rosanna Tufts


    "True Self and Ego." Christmas is closing in . . . in all the frantic busyness, have you taken time out to re-connect with your True Self? That's what Advent is supposed to be for, isn't it? Caren Appel introduces us to a process that enables us to see past the ego-based self, which forms part of her book, "Ultimate Healing for Ultimate Living." Caren Appel is a personal empowerment therapist, with extensive knowledge in alternative wellness, and twenty-five years as a licensed therapist. In her practice, she utilizes her powerful yet heartfelt approach to wellness and personal transformation which is reflected in her book. Her commanding life-changing perspective has come out of substantial years of work with many clients as well as significant experiences from her personal journey. She is a master in helping people transform their lives by reclaiming their true divine natures. www.ultimate-healing.com


     

  • 00:59

    Get Real Radio: Real Estate and Mortgage in the Seattle area

    in Real Estate

    Hosts Vija Williams of Keller Williams, Deborah Champion of Bank of Montreal alternate with hosts Eric Robison of Keller Williams and Frank E Percival of Central Banc to discuss timely real estate and mortgage topics.

  • 00:44

    Get Real! with Mark and Kally - Small Businesses with Guest Kevin Peck

    in Lifestyle

    We are honored to have Kevin Peck, Small Business Administrator join us as we talk about the importance and value of small businesses.


    The Life Blood of economy and communities is the small business.  There are many that believe the way to save our local economies is to support the small business, especially your local businesses.  When you do, you are supporting families who will more likely earn better wages as a result.  


    Small businesses drives the US economy, and are the largest retail employers in the U.S. economy.


    You cannot overlook the role of small businesses if you want to understand the current state of the U.S. economy. Never underestimate their power; small business owners are entrepreneurs and innovators, and, most importantly, support the vitality of our communities.   


    Shop local and support your local economy.  When you shop local, more money stays in your local economy.


    The Saturday after ‘Black Friday’ has become “Small Business Saturday”, November 29, 2014.


    Join us for an interesting conversation with Mr. Peck about why it is so important to support small businesses.


    Good links:


    Small Business Administration - www.sba.gov


    America's SBDC - www.americassbdc.org


    Arizona SBDC Network - www.azsbdc.net


    Eastern Arizona College SBDC - www.eac.edu/sbdc


    Kally & Mark find us at Indigo Mountain: Wellness, Toys & Gifts (a small business) or connect on Facebook with us.


     

  • 02:01

    Prof. James Small makes a return visit for Part 2 on "Get Your, It Together!"

    in Spirituality

    Please welcome back to “Get Your, It Together!” for part 2, a premier scholar of our time in Prof. James Small. Revelation aka will share with this illustrious elder, preeminent Babalorisha and Priest of Oya, in the Ifa Orisha tradition of the Yoruba people of Nigeria, this Spiritually Conscious platform of Unconditional Love in an open forum. This world renowned University level lecturer for nearly 20 years has lectured at some of the most prestigious colleges and universities in the world! A few of them are the University of Manchester, Manchester England: University of the West Indies Port-of-Spain, Trinidad; University of West Indies; Kingston Jamaica, Princeton University Princeton, N.J., and Harvard University Boston, Mass., just to name a few. Prof. Small has appeared on any number of network talk shows and news magazines, as well as a plethora of cable programs, local, national and international television and radio shows. Let’s continue in the "Get Your, It Together!" tradition of affirming that we’re all activated seeds of pure consciousness, animated by The Spirit of the All There Is! The call in # is 773-897-6555 for your question, or comments live on air. But, if you just want to listen in and/or chat, www.blogtalkradio.com/gyit

  • 00:25

    If We Don't Get It Shut It Down

    in Politics Progressive

    If inequality isn't a privilege for you, go back to Africa! Slave trade begin in early 1600's. America ended the stealing of Africans in 1808. The life of Africans was inequality. This was the norm. The Africans knew the history of the traveling to America in the belly of ships. The Africans desired one thing most of all, survival. Survival meaning to live another days. Inequality was a way of life and to live another day meant living with inequality. Inequality worked for decades. Afterall Africans in America were an industry of slave labor. Inequality was an incentive that was accepted. For Africans, inequality meant living. For Whites inequality of Africans mean privilege for Whites. Even poor Whites expected and experienced privilege because of the industry of slave labor. Niggers lived with inequality. Negroes lived with inequality. African-Americans lived with inequality. Blacks lived with inequality. All of which is part of the system of slavery which begin in the 1600's and much of it still exist in 2014. Well the path has changed. Inequality is no longer a privilege for African-American, for Blacks, for Negroes. Inequality was good enough to survive in the day. Now the goal is to thrive and inequality and thriving are like oil and water. It won't mix. So today, across America, land where my ancestors died, people are calling for and acting on racial equality, judicial equality, social equality, and economic equality. Word on the street is, if inequality isn't enough for you, go back to Africa. This may be a choice but this is not the issue. This time around it is not  Whites vs Blacks. It is wealthy vs workingclass, and the message is, IF WE DON'T GET IT SHUT IT DOWN!!!

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