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Are backup offers worth it for buyers to submit? Is it worth it for a seller to accept backup offers? As a buyer, how should you put together your backup offer? As a seller, how should you handle backup offers? Is it different from a "normal" offer? All this a lots more in this weeks show
Your host, Robert Whitelaw, a licensed real estate broker in Morgan Hill, California, will guide you through all the latest information on loan rates, foreclosures, short sales and more. He will also give you insights into the purchase process that can help you navigate the waters of a real estate transaction easier.
So tune in live and join the show with your real estate related questions!
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Defend yourself, consider police as backup!
I Am Liberty!
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As this world turns its important to understand our idea and vision of security. With all of the action in Ferguson I think its important that we discuss what this means for police and their ability to be effective in the future. More importantly what does that mean to you Jr.and the wife. For the vast majority of us we are the first and most important level of protection.
So let’s be real about our situation as Americans. Its time to get innovative and creative about defending our homes and communities. I have some ideas about this that I would like to share. I can’t express how important it is that you have the ability to remove yourself from a bad situation and more importantly protect yourself and your family in a bad situation. If you can offer up ideas to prevent and deter besides a 9mm shell than please join us as we dig into the issue of what safety means in America.
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This edition of A Kind Voice on Music shines the spotlight on Kentucky native Lisa Oliver Gray. This Nashville singer is often mistaken for Emmylou Harris on recordings and she's been on plenty. Lisa has sung backup for the likes of Tommy Womack, Will Kimbrough, and Marshall Chapman. She is an active and in demand session singer in the Nashville area. But that's just one of the many sides of Lisa Oliver Gray, host Mitch Ruth will chat with Lisa about her musical adventures and her charity work on behalf of the homeless and a special local animal shelter. He may even get to broach a delicate subject for Kentuckians, "Which goes best with your barbecue, Ski or Ale 8?
Jason Jennings researcher and one of the most successful and prolific business and leadership authors in the world. His Wall Street Journal, USA TODAY, Business Week and New York Times bestsellers include: •It's Not the Big That Eat the Small - It’s the Fast That Eat the Slow, Less Is More ,Think BIG- Act Small, Hit the Ground Running,and more. Jason’s latest book for his publisher the Portfolio Imprint of Penguin Putnam, The High- Speed Companytackles the subject of creating cultures of urgency and growth that are able to compete in a nanosecond world.
Philip Blackett Founder and Chief Interview Officer of Magnetic Interviewing, LLC - a for-profit, social enterprise that focuses on helping young people nationwide ace their interviews for college, graduate school, jobs and internships
Emily Bartz Content Manager at NextAdvisor.com, a website that provides independent reviews and research of online services for consumers and small businesses. Emily covers online backup, cloud storage, people search, online dating, online college, legal services, online stamps and remote desktop
George Helmer President and owner of Steve Reeves International and was a longtime friend of Steve Reeves - he was a former Mr. America, Mr. World, and Mr. Universe. He was also a major movie star in the late 50’s and early 60’s. He had Millions of fans worldwide including many action movie stars of today’s films. George’s vision was to share Steve Reeves extraordinary life with fans throughout the world. In 1996 George and Steve formed a new corporation, Steve Reeves International. The new company was established to continue the work of the society along with adding nutritional products, books, film documentaries and other related merchandise from Steve Reeves
Who says job hunting has to be so hard?
Jeff Altman, The Big Game Hunter has been helping people find work by recruiting, providing great information and coaching without any BS for more than 40 years. He is a LIvePerson job hunting expert.
You can receive a complimentary subscription to No B. S. Job Search Advice Ezine (a $499 value) at www.Jeff Altman.com. While you're there, explore the great content and job search tools to help you find work.
After watching the Oscar winning firm, "20 Feet From Stardom," Jeff discusses knowing yourself and whether you are ready to sing lead or stay a backup singer?
She was a woman with "mommy" issues. Her mother kicked her out of her house at 12 years old Naked and Bleeding. She does not want me. At 15, her grandparents took her in. She had to work hard because she had no backup plan. She worked so hard that she became a proud 2001 graduate of Spelman College and Rutgers School of Law-Newark.
Precious is a 13-Time National Elevator Pitch Champion, including the 2013 Black Enterprise Elevator Pitch Champion. In her first company, Curvy Girlz Lingerie, she was able to get investors, be featured on national television, ABC and MSNBC, and get press in just a few short months of being in business. She doesn’t just tell you what to do and how to do it with grace and ease, ...she actually eats, sleep and breathe pitching.
As many businesses are created, Precious had a personal reason for starting Curvy Girlz Lingerie. Precious was a 327 pound woman who couldn’t find pretty underwear in her size. She had a Red Hot Relationship and nothing to show for it!
Precious has truly triumphed over her adversities. She is now an award-winning professional speaker, serial entrepreneur, attorney and teacher. Her talent lies in helping business owners increase their sales dramatically by giving the Perfect Pitch. She understands what it’s like to work hard in business and have no sales to show for it. Her star winning line is GO BIG OR GO HOME!!!!
Have you ever wondered why we would keep on criticizing ourselves to no end for a given error, as if we really believed that being harsh upon ourselves was going to promote change? Yet that belief contradicts the current findings of neuroscience in matters of transformation by way of self-acceptance, findings that backup perennial wisdom teachings. Indeed, wisdom has always emphasized understanding and kindness: “do not do unto others what you wouldn’t want others to do unto you.” So why is it that we would be harming ourselves, by being mean, micromanaging and intolerant? Moreover, what link are we missing, that we would use the same belief (I must use force to discipline myself), which ends up keeping healing at bay?
To this, Bruce Lipton offers: “while the Biology of Belief focuses on the nature of how your personal beliefs affect your personal life, what we are realizing now is that collective beliefs have a much more profound effect.” This is to say that our attachment to harmful beliefs (e.g.; I’m “no good”) comes from a deeper source than just our individual story – that there is a global story of pain, which is much more potent, and thus much more arduous to contend with.
To begin undoing this intricate web, the New Essenes propose two possibilities: 1) to go to the most influential book ever – the Bible: whether living in Timbuktu, Paris or Hong Kong, it is likely that we have heard of the myth of the garden, namely Adam, Eve, the Snake and a Tree, characters who were “no good,” and who did something very, very “wrong;” 2) to have a complete different way to look at it: the wisdom teaching of the Bible is not in its story lines, but in its minute essence – the Hebrew alphabet.
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Horace Brown was born in Charlotte, North Carolina and is the son of a Baptist minister. Despite singing in the church as a child, Horace Brown never believed he would sing for a career. Instead, he dreamed of one day being a professional basketball player. However, a knee injury ruined these plans.
Horace Brown played a variety of instruments in his school's marching band and managed to score a break when DeVante Swing of Jodeci heard one of Brown's demos. Brown earned spots doing backup for Christopher Williams and did some writing. He finally scored a break when he managed to get a contract with Uptown after Andre Harrell saw him in a recording session.
In 1994, while on Uptown Records, Horace Brown spurred controversy with his single 'Taste Your Love' was released. The single was an ode to oral sex and was banned in parts of the south. Despite the press around the single, it failed to perform well on the charts and caused Horace Brown's album to be put on the shelves for the remainder of the time he was at Uptown.
When Andre Harrell of Uptown moved to Motown, he brought Horace Brown with him. Motown promoted the album by releasing two more singles and in 1996, released his self-titled debut album. The album featured Sean 'Puffy' Combs and Faith Evans.
It all began a week before MY BIG day...the wedding and marriage to the love of my life for LIFE! On this last day of "official business” just before the wedding and honeymoon...Disaster would Strike!!! I was in the middle of a virtual meeting with a new business associate when my laptop went black and stayed there. Needless to say I had plenty of other things on my mind...then this happens - my hard drive crashed! Listen to Sunday's broadcast to learn more about my dilemma and what I should have done as part of my business organization plan (that I now have) that would have made the situation a lot less stressful!
Sony's return to the Blackberry for backup and business. Roberto Clemente's plane crash; Google's top searches for 2014, Microsoft's retirement of the Kinetic 3D Camera system and other odd and ends in tech field in 2014. What's new or old for 2015.
On tonight's edition of the Total Sports Live podcast, Jovan Alford will be joined by Angela Montoni of BuzzonBroad.com as they discuss the Philadelphia Eagles regular season finale against the New York Giants.
Topics they will discuss:
1. The Eagles secondary had another tough time against top tier wideouts as Nolan Carroll got the start instead of Bradley Fletcher.
2. Mark Sanchez was solid as a backup but do you want to see him return next season?
3. What should and will happen in the offseason for the Eagles?
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