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We are excited to welcome back to the show Kristine Shreve from EnMart and she is going to help all of us improve how we sell. In this guide she is going to give us all of the method to avoid and some great alternatives to turn you into a lean mean selling machine.
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Actress and former Ford model Kristine DeBell ("Meatballs," "The Big Brawl" and "The Young and the Restless") talks with Garrison. Follow Kristine on Facebook and Twitter.
Also on the show: Shelina Moreda (AMA Pro SuperSport and AMA Pro Vance & Hines Harley-Davidson Series motorcycle racer and first female motorcycle racer to compete the historic HOG Racing circuit at Indianapolis Motor speedway). Check out Shelina's website.
Scott Bramer of The Miss Wakefield Diner.
Listen to your favorite Those Diner and Motorcycle Guys podcasts and follow Garrison on Twitter.
Guest Kristine Brugh, owner of Spa Nala, joins Host Kevin Hunter on The Business Forum Show. As a business owner, there are many obstacles to overcome. Tune it to hear a heartfelt story of pursuing your dreams no matter what the odds are.
For more information, please visit: http://spa-nala.com/
The Watch D.O.G.S. (Dads of Great Students) Program is the largest school based father engagement program in the nation with over 4000 schools participating.
This week, we are so proud to have as our guest, National Teacher of the Year - Mr. Sean McComb. Mr. McComb is a 9-12th grade English teacher at Patapsco High School & Center for the Arts in Baltimore, Maryland. He is currently completing his eighth year as an educator and has been at Patapsco since beginning his teaching career.
“A strong teacher-student relationship facilitates the opportunity for deeper learning and more critical thinking,” says McComb. He firmly believes that public education is the foundation for opportunity and success for any child. In addition to his role as an English instructor, McComb helped develop, and continues to spearhead, Patapsco’s Advancement Via Individual Determination (AVID) program which boasted a 98% college acceptance rate for its last two graduating classes.
McComb’s devotion to the teaching profession extends beyond the classroom as well. He also coaches the Patapsco Cross Country Team, supervises cultural exchange programs, and has led several university training sessions and presentations for future teachers. McComb says that he has found his purpose in teaching stating, “I have worked to engage my students and push them to achieve the excellence within them. Every child deserves nothing less, and my calling is to champion that effort.”
He holds a B.A. in English Literature and a Masters of Education in English Literature from the University of Pittsburgh. He also holds a Certificate in School Improvement Leadership from Goucher College.
Each week, WatchDOGS Radio host Keith Schumacher and co-host Chris Danenhauer discuss how this program is impacting families and schools across our nation and in four foreign countries.
Tonight we explore some of the psychological and social meaning behind a news story that tells of a nine year old girl accidently killing a shooting instructor when she lost control of the Uzi machine gun she was firing at a range in Arizona. The child was on vacation with her family when she was brought to a facility that often allows children to act out our collective fantasy to shoot deadly weapons. The range then offers helicopter trips to see the grand canyon. The story is gererally presented in the media as just another tragic accident in the normal, moral life of an American family. We will try and explain why it is normal and moral for children to fire weapons of mass destruction as part of our ongoing dehumanization and zombification. I will also retell the story of the beheading of two reporters in Iraq and the trouble in Ferguson ans why these incidents are also normal and moral. Finally, we will discuss the cliche and myth that there are "good" people and "bad" people.
Guest: Desmaine Cousins Owner of Kingdom Wear Garments apparel Inc.
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The year 619 - 9 years into the Prophethood of the Messenger of Allah (may Allah bless him and grant him peace) - was a year of hearbreak for Prophet Muhammad in particular and the Muslim Ummah in general. Listen to this show to see why!
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Edie Weinstein welcomes the inspiring Kristine Carlson who, seven years after the passing of her husband Richard, Carlson author of the wildly successful Don't Sweat The Small Stuff series, has expanded her work to include women who are experiencing major life changes. She calls it Don't Sweat The Change and welcomes them into the Don't Sweat Sisterhood.Kristine Carlson is an author, speaker and coach. Individually and with her husband, Richard Carlson she wrote and/or co-authored Don't Sweat The Small Stuff, Don't Sweat The Small Stuff For Women, Don't Sweat The Small Stuff For Moms, Don't Sweat The Small Stuff in Love, Heartbroken Open and An Hour To Live, An Hour To Love. When Richard died suddenly in 2006, of a pulmonary embolism while on a flight to promote his latest book, Kristine's life was turned upside down. In the interceding years, she has recreated her life and is a resilient thriver who teaches others to transform their lives; refraining from sweating the small stuff so that they can live the big stuff. www.kristinecarlson.com
Hi listeners and welcome to a very special edition of Weekdays with Murph. Today, we're celebrating our 2 year anniversary. 2 years...wow. I still can't believe we've been on the air 2 years. It's been an interesting journey, I'll say that much. It's still hard for me to wrap my mind around the fact we've been on the air as long as we have. This show tonight is all about YOU. Me and Emily want to see those phone lines light up! With that said, let's kick this show off!
The traditional school year for preK-12 students spans over 10 months, generally August to May or September to June, in over 80 percent of the public schools within the United States. I had the pleasure of teaching at the first multitrack year-round school in North Carolina, Morrisville Year-Round Elementary School, and learned several important principles about learning that can be applied no matter students' school schedules. Learning is not limited to school; learning is a way of life. I will provide suggestions on using the resources in our local communities to stimulate young scholars academically and ensure that they are immersed in a productive learning environment, whether formally enrolled in school or not.
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The Nurse dedicates this episode to her courageous and talented staff, who have braved mood swings and tantrums to make this show possible. Please enjoy tonight's interview with Pansy Division bassist, Chris Freeman, a rock history legend joining us to celebrate our one year anniversary!! HASHTAG #YAY UMKAY BITCHES?!! #UMKAY
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