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Are you and your team prepared for all the challenges 2015 will bring? In this episode, your host, Honey Shelton, talks to Mary Beth Guard about topics that are going to shake up the financial world. Mary Beth is an attorney, co-founder of bankersonline.com and executive manager of BOL Insiders. Listen to her unique insights in this first episode of Training Matters! You'll want to train your staff to be fully prepared for these upcoming changes!
Another show with Mattew Couperthwaite about a different way to succeed in Agility. Matthew is a young, very successful trainer in South Africa, who is sharing with us how asking questions and being willing to have 'a dance' with your dog can really give you a totally different way of being in agility training.
If you'd like to see how appying the Access tools in a highly competitive sport can work in your favor, you are in the correct place!
Many times we have new evangelists, new deacons, new ushers, new chior members, new elders, new clergy whom are called to do a duty by God and we as clergy should be equipped and ready to provide wholesome training. Sometimes parishioners will eave ministries or churches due to they are in need of spiritual food and training and the clergy isn't providing it for them. Let's unlock this topic today. Pastor Diane Winbush radio show host and pastor of Saint Petersberg Global Ministries will provide the lecture on today.
Preparing for an upcoming marathon? Don't let the weather ruin your training! Hilary will be chatting with John Honerkamp, Senior Manager for New York Road Runners, the world's premier community running organization known for its world-class events - including the famed TCS New York City Marathon which attracts and inspires more than 300,000 runners internationally including 60,000+ NYRR members. John will be discussing tips to help you train for your upcoming half/full marathon during the harsh winter weather. Check out this episode to help you prepare for your upcoming race!
"What a beautiful day!, we should go to the range and do some shooting" And you should, but since the chances you will experience some form of inclement weather during rough situations, you should also try to make sure you understand how you and your firearm and additional gear funtion in rain, snow, ice heat etc. What you do, what your gear does when it is wet, iced over, too hot to touch.
Training during cold, wet, hot weather is never really that fun, but the things you learn about yourself, and your gear are invaluable to your ability to function competently during inclement weahter.
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