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As a college student, every summer should be spent gaining experience and exposure to prepare you for whatever you plan after graduation. Engineering and business majors are most likely looking for paid internships, while those in the sciences ae looking for research. Political science, journalism, and communication majors may seek out unpaid experiences. Whatever your major and your post-graduation plans, I'll give you some tips on how to find something to maximize your summer experience. Tune in for more . . .
Callers will share their Holiday plans from traveling to cooking. Holiday menus and traditional dishes to celebrate. Serving those who have no family or friends who invited them to share in their celebration. Shopping tips, recipes, gift wrapping also more.
Host Nolen Davis, CEO and founder of Vids Inc., a video production company host this episode of Creative Biz Ideas updating listeners on upcoming events and projects to finish this year strong.
Co-host Barbara Pender will give us some social media advice and update us on her trip, and how she plans to finish her year out strong.
What is happening with Employer sponsored plans can have a far reaching effect? Do the people who have Medicaid Benefits really know what they have? Join Dr. Taffy as she talks about the latest happenings with Obamacare and how it can affect you.
Prayers that will break the plans of the enemy off your life and cause you to walk in victory
What do highly successful law firms know about retirement plans – that you don’t? Tune into this podcast and learn how strategic retirement plans can make your firm more competitive and profitable. From designing and managing retirement plans to avoiding big mistakes along the way, learn the top secrets for successful law firm retirement planning.
About Dan Kravitz
Dan Kravitz, President of Kravitz, Inc., is nationally recognized as a leading expert on retirement plans for law firms. He has been a featured speaker at numerous national retirement industry conferences, is the author of a popular book, Beyond the 401(k) and has been interviewed by The Wall Street Journal and other major publications. Backed by his expert actuarial and technical team, Kravitz has helped thousands of law firms implement innovative, highly successful retirement plans.
Why good friends are so important
A lot of research has been done looking into the benefits of friendship, and the research has found exactly what you might expect. It turns out that the better quality relationships you have; the more likely you are to be happy. Therefore it’s good for your happiness to be a great friend to someone and to have a group of good friends supporting you. But it can be hard to pinpoint exactly what makes a good friend.
Signs of a good friend
Friends will come and go in your life, but more important than how long a friendship lasts, is that a good friend will love you for who you are. The way you can tell the sign of a good friend is by looking at the actions they take –big and small – that show they care.
Some common signs of a good friend include
someone who will support you no matter what
someone you can trust and who won’t judge you
someone who won’t put you down or deliberately hurt your feelings
someone who is kind and has respect for you
someone who will love you because they choose to, not because they feel like they should
someone whose company you enjoy
being trustworthy and willing to tell you the truth, even when it’s hard
someone who can laugh when you do
someone who is willing to stick around when things get tough
someone who makes you smile
someone who is there to listen
someone who will cry when you cry.
With Thanksgiving only a few days away, and Black Friday immediately following, this broadcast is for y'all to brag about what your are doing, and to shout out to your wife is she is deployed! (516) 453-9167.
Weekly 2-hour web-based radio show, hosted by Dave Etter, focusing on the needs of men married to serving military members, both men and women. Male Military Spouses are a small niche of military spouses, comprising of only 7%-8% of all military spouses. We feel left out, usually, at support functions - especially those designed with the spouses being identified as "wives"! We get cajoled at playgrounds where our kids play, from the mommies there who think we don't belong. We are proud SAHDs, who gave up our careers to follow our spouses as they dedicate thier lives to defend our country! Here, on this show, we come together and share beer recipes, diaper changing techniques, financial discoveries - manly things, for men! Airs Fridays at Noon CT, rated R for the cussing that can occur, and available for download (podcast) immediately following each show.
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