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  • 00:57

    Check out those assets!

    in Business

    It's nearly Valnetine's Day, and many of us are thinking about the people we love. We have a special day to think about who we love, so don't you think we should spend some time thinking about what we love as well?  How often do you really consider what it is that you love to do? What are you great at? I tell my clients to do what they love, and to hire people who love what they do. I offer Talent Dynamics assessments to clients to help them figure out what they are great at, and also what each member of thier team is great at. How well will your team do if everyone on it is a leader, but no one is great with numbers? Really, it's about getting to the root of your, and your team's assets. Your assets are your natural gifts and inclanations that make you into the amazing leader you are! Here to discuss finding those hidden assets is Terri Levine.

    Best-selling author Terri Levine is the owner of Terri Levine Worldwide. She is known as one of the top business and executive coaching experts in the world. She assists businesses worldwide with business growth, sales and marketing. She has more than 30 years of business experience, encompassing work with more than 5,000 business owners and entrepreneurs in a variety of industries. She is also a best-selling author and keynote speaker. As a keynote speaker, Terri has taught hundreds of thousands of people through her high-content, memorable, and motivational speeches. Each year, she speaks at more than a dozen high-profile seminars and events around the world. Terri holds a Ph.D. in Organizational Behavior and is a Master Consultant and a Certified Guerrilla Marketing Trainer & Coach. She is best-selling author with dozens of books in print and has been featured on ABC, NBC, MSNBC and in more than 1,500 publications. 

  • 01:47

    Creating Civil Rights Assets

    in Education

    Tonight's show will be hosted by L.A. Davis of It's My House. Tonight we shall select a "trending topic issue/problem" and then form a CIVIL RIGHTS ASSET.....aka.......Civic Asset to solve that problem.

    We shall have a "panel" discussion with Olivia A. Floyd a university student @ North Carolina Central University will be our "co-host" tonight. Our panel discussion will also involve members of the Know They Self Radio audience.

  • 00:25

    Protecting Your Clients "Digital" Assets with Estate Assist

    in Business

    When most Financial Advisors consider asset protection they may not be thinking about "digital assets".  Today Woody Levin, Founder and CEO of Estate Assist and I chat about the importance for Consumers to keep an eye on their digital assets.  We also chat about a potential solution for Advisors to use with their client, heirs and other parts of their professional planning team.

  • 00:29

    Attorney General Holder Limits Police Seized Assets

    in Family

    Attorney General Holder limits police seized-asset sharing process. This episdoe will discuss whether limits of police seized assets is an abuse of discretion by the Attorney General or a method to avoid abuse of process and discretion by local and state police and judicial systems? We will examine several legal theories and issues faced by local and state police. We will examine whether limits will curtail denial of due process and availability of assets to defendants to defend against criminal charges.

  • 01:02

    Protecting Your Assets & Be Your Own Bank. Keith Saunders of Gallagher Insurance

    in Sports

    The HOT CORNER SHOW w/ Dr Ray!  

    Protecting Your Assets & Be Your Own Bank. Keith Saunders of Gallagher Insurance

    Dr Ray Tolmos is a Family Chiropractor at Frontier Spine & Health in Kendall, FL and the Official Chiropractor of ISPS.



    Protecting your Assets and Becoming Your Own Bank

  • 01:24

    Empowerment Building with Gentrification, Civil Rights, & Civic Assets

    in Real Estate

    Today on "It's My House" we shall enter into our 3rd consecutive week on our topic of "Gentrification Literacy". We shall discuss "Empowerment Building & Wealth Building with "Gentrification Assets", "Civil Rights Assets", & "Civic Assets".

    Included in today's discussion are the following terms:

    Gentrification Tools, Technitions, & Technologies.
    Civil RIghts Tools, Technitions, & Technologies.
    Civic Assets Tools, Technitons, Technologies.

    Remember that if you do not know your Civil, Gentrification, and Legal Rights....you do not have any.

    Visit our website: www.itsmyhouseonline.com

    Call "It's My House Radio" @ 712-432-8863.  

  • 00:34

    Does Your Trustee Know How to Transfer Your Assets at Time of Death?

    in Legal

    Do you know when and how a Successor Trustee is supposed to distribute your estate once your gone--know exactly what his or her duties are?  Remember, if you have business assets, they should also be in your trust along with your personal assets, and should be properly evaluated and distributed according to the trust's intent.

    Join Bill and Rick for this revealing show on a Successor Trustee's duties and have a pen and piece of paper handy to take some notes.

    See more episodes @ http://bottledbusinesssenseshow.com

    Want to be a guest?  Contact us @ botledbusinesssenseshow@gmail.com

  • 00:38

    Making Community Assets Count: Learning to Navigate Census.gov

    in Management

    Ileana Serrano, Data Dissemination Specialist with the Census Bureau, will be the featured guest on Monday’s episode. “People tend to think about the Census as an event that happens every ten years”, Serrano said.  “They would be amazed at the resources we have for small businesses and nonprofits to make plans that will take them to the next level.” The American Fact Finder and Economic Census can help nonprofit leaders and small business owners develop customized data sets to develop business plans, proposals, programs, advocate for their communities and roll out new products.

    The Census Bureau is part of the U.S. Department of Commerce. The U.S. Census Bureau is overseen by the Economics and Statistics Administration (ESA) within the Department of Commerce. The Economics and Statistics Administration provides high-quality economic analysis and fosters the missions of the U.S. Census Bureau and the Bureau of Economic Analysis.

    Call in live at (347) 884-8121. You don't need an account to listen, but, if you want to participate in an online chat, open a listener-only account at https://secure.blogtalkradio.com/register.aspx?type=listener to participate in a live chat.

    Visit http://valeriefleonard.com and http://valeriefleonard.com/nonprofitu

    Follow @VFLeonard and @NonprofitU

  • 00:58

    "Keys for Success Monday" Building Assets for your Future

    in Finance

    “If you want to be rich, simply spend your money buying assets.” 

    A fundamental factor that differentiates the rich from the poor can be found in their patterns of spending – namely the accumulation of assets versus liabilities. To put it plainly; rich people generally spend their life buying assets whilst poor people continuously purchase liabilities. An asset is anything you own that puts more money into your pocket or bank account, and a liability is anything that you own that continuously takes money out of your account.

    One of the dimensions of becoming more valuable as a person is that you become more astute in your financial literacy. That means that you understand the impact of where your money is going; after all, you’ve worked hard for your money so why shouldn’t you learn to make your money work hard for you? That’s why it’s not uncommon to see individuals and families still struggling to make ends meet after 5, 10 or even 20+ years. It’s not that they’re not hard working – many of them are some of the hardest working people you’ll ever meet, but very often we either haven’t been taught or haven’t been diligent in learning how we can become more financially literate.

    When you receive your income, be it weekly or monthly you’ll undoubtedly have the basic necessities of life to cater for – food, utilities, transport, etc. But what happens after that? Are you building up assets or liabilities? Below I’ve listed examples of some of the assets and liabilities that can have an effect on your wealth:

    Property and Real Estate
    Intellectual Property (patents, royalties:music, books etc)
    Financial Education

  • 00:31

    The Art of Merging Assets with Your Partner or Significant Other that Make Sense

    in Entertainment

    Its a beautiful thing to have a certain person in your life and to fall in love with them.  But after Love then what?  If you plan to make a life with this certain person money, finances, bills and sharing has to come into play.  So how do you decide who does what? What is fair and acceptable?  How do you avoid emotional and financial insecurity?  A major part of a successful relationship is dealing with money.  Lets talk about it on Lets Chat Radio today.

  • Flip Show *VIDEO* #094: Protect Your Assets

    in Real Estate

    To see this full FlipNerd.com VIP Interview, please visit: http://flipnerd.com/protect-assets/ You've worked hard to build your business or your real estate assets...but what happens if something happens to you? As much as we like to think we're invincible, unfortunately, none of us are. Most of us aren't experts in making sure we're using the right type of legal entity for our unique situations either. That is, except for Matthew Mullhofer, an attorney that has extensive experience in helping real estate investors. If you think about it for a minute, you'll likely agree that it's critical that your business entities are set up properly to both protect yourself as you operate, and protect your family in the event that something may happen to you. Don't miss this great FlipNerd.com interview with Matthew Mullhofer to learn more.