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VP Enterprise Radio is a radio show developed to discuss topics related to business, entrepreneurship and success.
The show offers tips, how-to's, guest speakers discussing their business and how they became entrepreneurs and other valuable information to lead individuals in business with strategies to continue to move up the entrepreneurial ladder.
Fabulous Careers, Doing What You Love with Devan Earle, Founder and Lead Consultant, of Dallas Admissions Consulting. 11:00 a.m. CST, 9:00 a.m. PST, 10:00 p.m. MST and 12:00 p.m. EST. Devan will be discussing his businesses, Dallas Admissions Consulting and College Blaster and providing his knowledge and skills to help high school students go through a smooth process of applying for the college of their choice and receive an amazing college education.
Your Host, LaToya Haynes | Administrative Consultant at Driven Results VP.
Guest Speaker: Devan Earle | Founder and Lead Consultant of Dallas Admissions Consulting and Founder of College Blaster.
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This on demand audio series is a part of the Executive Girlfriends Group Vignette Series. Chicke Fitzgerald interviews Lisa Earle McLeod. The original live interview was 4/25/14.
Drawing on two decades of consulting with leading sales organizations, sales leadership expert Lisa Earle McLeod reveals how a Noble Sales Purpose (NSP) can drive a team to outstanding sales numbers. Using hard data and compelling field stories, Selling with Purpose explains why salespeople who understand earnestly how they make a difference to customers outperform their more quota-driven counterparts. In an era where most organizations believe that money is the only way to motivate salespeople, Selling With Purpose offers a sustainable and exciting alternative.
Lisa began her career with Procter & Gamble, where she established herself as a sales leader and highly-skilled sales coach. She established her own firm in 1993. She’s spent over 10,000 hours coaching sales people and leaders and has conducted over 500 workshops and keynotes. McLeod is the Sales Leadership expert for Forbes.com and the author of 4 bestselling books in three different genres: business, personal development, and humor.
Lisa and her husband Bob live in Atlanta. They are the parents of two fabulous daughters.
Lisa's website is http://www.mcleodandmore.com/
To order her book go to HERE
For more information about the Executive Girlfriends' Group see: http://www.executivegirlfriendsgroup.com
Special interim host Robert Winfree wraps up his stint hosting the Long Road to Ruin this week, but he's going out with a bang! Winfree and Sean Comer welome back Benjamin J Colon as they wrap up the Nightmare on Elm St. franchise by looking at all the disappointing entries into the iconic horror franchise.
Sunday, May 18, 2014, 3pm EST - Call-in (347) 857-3293. "Human Rights for Prisoners March" welcomes Dr. Earle Williams, a clinical and forensic psychologist, and Dr. Jean Kennedy, an organizational psychologist. The main topic will be recidivism.
The Justice Department will review applications for clemency and possibly release thousands of prisoners, according to the U.S. Attorney General's recent announcement. However, research by the Bureau of Justice Statistics shows that 67.5 percent of released prisoners are rearrested within three years, almost exclusively for felonies or serious misdemeanors. Dr. Williams and Dr. Kennedy are interested in improving the rate of success for released prisoners.
Visit Dr. Williams' website at http://www.drearle.com/
See "Psychologists Explain High Recidivism"
Reducing mass incarceration obviously requires more than simply releasing inmates. Let's meet the psychologists and discuss successful reentry on this broadcast, hosted by Mary Neal, director of the Human Rights for Prisoners March.
Thank you in advance for sharing the radio broadcasts on "Human Rights Demand" with your online networks.
Raising The Roof Radio is the extreme voice of Paterson N.J.
Tonight we are blessed to have Mallory Earle join RTR to talk about his NPO Dreams Unlimited Foundation for join DUF on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/dreamsunlimitedfoundation?notif_t=fbpage_fan_invite
This is where you want to be to stay in the know, with three shows every week you will never have to search to find out what's going on in the city. You don't have to worry about missing any of the events that are happening.
Mondays - What to look for as we start the week.
Wednesdays - Hump Day, The Day after the City Council meeting and the mid-week report.
Fridays - Livin for the weekend, what happened this week in the city and what the weekend has in store.
Look for special guest to stop by and spend time with us..
I.B. Wise Brent Nation Ernest Rucker Jr. and a host of others will keep you up to date..
in Self Help
John Earle will be joining us to discuss his philosophy of living and his new book, "Learning What Your Life Is Trying To Teach You." John has a broad array of experiences which he will share with us. There is room for the spiritual in every wellness vision. Listen and find out!
Nashville Underground Entertainment took over Nashville Saturday! First, Nashville Underground Radio sponsored and Matt emceed the American Cancer Society Relay for Life at Cumberland Park. Then it was off to Sevier Park Fest, where Nashville Underground Radio sponsored again, complete with a booth full of games and prizes. Matt and Shawn also emceed the afternoon festivities AND Nashville Underground Management‘s Zeke Duhon performed!
This week, we feature an interview with esteemed singer-songwriter Jimbeau Hinson. Renowned for writing hits for Brenda Lee, Patti Loveless, Steve Earle and the Oak Ridge Boys, Hinson is unabashed about sharing the realities of a formerly open bisexual existence which resulted in his being diagnosed as HIV positive. He also discusses his monogomous 33 year marriage to his wife, and his new album Strong Medicine!
Join Nancy Reid & Lisa Smith – publishers of BigBlendMagazines.com, along with Bobbi DePorter - Co-Founder of SuperCamp & President of Quantum Learning Network, for Big Blend Radio’s Champagne Sundays variety show, airing live from the historic Best Western Coronado Motor Hotel, in Yuma, Arizona.
- Jeff Guinn, New York Times bestselling author of ‘The Last Gunfight’, ‘Go Down Together’, and ‘Manson’; Jeff Guinn discusses his new novel ‘GLORIOUS: A Novel of the American West’
- Walter Jury – Co-author of the young adult thriller SCAN
- Drew Chafetz – Co-founder & CEO of LoveFutbol
- Greg Giesen – Founder & CEO of ‘The Laughing Leader’
- Fred Earle – Yuma’s Main Squeeze Winery in Yuma, AZ.
- Chef Thomas Wright – Executive Chef of Yuma Landing Bar & Grill in Yuma, AZ.
Plus, Hollywood History with Steve Schneickert!
Pop, Rock and Country Artist from Toronto, Canada-Krista Earle-is Live on Empowering 4 All with Host Evangelist Yulander McTier. Her Song titled--If You Didn't Believe In Me-Won as my Radio Show's Intro Song for a Season. Krista stops by to talk with me on Career, Accolades, her upcoming projects and latest Projects
Hear her Live with me at 7:30pm Eastern/6:30 Central/4:30 Pacific
(347) 637-2096 and via web at www.blogtalkradio/ymctierempowerment4all
Matthew Abuelo is a writer, professional blogger and award winning poet. He has three books out, Last American Roar and Organic Hotels, His third book "The News Factory" has been released by Plain view Press, the first two can be found at lulu.com.
ArtSees Diner celebrates poetry month. Join Mary E., and house poets as they welcome some of the best poets of our time. Matthew Abuelo kicks off the month long celebration with "Social Commentary Through Poetry!"
Mathew is a former journalist for the online news site Examiner and he most recently worked for the Times Square Chronicles as a housing rights journalist and political commentator. He is currently a political/housing writer for hubpages.com.
Matthew Abuelo has performed around Manhattan including at the forum The Poetry Project's marathon, which also featured, Pattie Smith Susan Vega, Lenny K, Steve Earle and many other icons. He mostly performs around Manhattan but hopes to expand into outside the metropolitan area at some point.
Guests are three of the artists who collectively run Monte Vista Projects, Jay Lizo, Jade Thacker and David Earle.
Monte Vista is an artist-run space, opened in Highland Park in 2007, hosting exhibitions, lectures, events, and performances. The space is self-determining, having “no manifesto," with the aims of providing a platform for art and conversation, emphasizing experimentation and artworks that contribute to non-traditional dialogues.
Hosted by Kara Tomé, founder of ArtSite Projects
JAIDA DREYER's unmistakable country voice, bubbly personality, and eclectic, insightful songwriting scored her a publishing deal with Grammy award-winning producer Byron Gallimore (Faith Hill, Tim McGraw, Sugarland) at the age of 19. In 2012, Byron announced the creation of his own label called Streamsound Records, and threw his full support behind Jaida’s career. “I’m proud for her to be our flagship artist,” says Byron. “She’s the real deal. I couldn’t feel stronger about anybody.” The album entitled I Am Jaida Dreyer has featured the popular radio singles Confessions (Of An Ex-Girlfriend) and Half Broke Horses. She credits her eclectic taste in music to her mother, who introduced her to classic artists like Kitty Wells and Hank Williams, Sr., as well as then-current hitmakers like Tanya Tucker, Keith Whitley, and Patty Loveless. As a pre-teen, Jaida also found herself drawn to a variety of singer-songwriters like Emmylou Harris, Kris Kristofferson, Merle Haggard, Lyle Lovett, and Steve Earle. Recently, she has had three of her songs (Dreams, This Town and Tell Me) used on the ABC hit TV show Nashville. “I originally had no aspirations to be an artist,” explains Jaida who was born in Thunder Bay, Ontario and raised in Latimer, Iowa. “Not because I didn’t want to be, I was just a realist. I knew that I didn’t sound like the female country singers I was hearing on the radio at the time, and I just figured my place was as a songwriter. I was okay with that. Little did I know that someday people would actually like my voice for the exact reasons that I thought they wouldn’t.”
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