• 00:57

    Shop Talk with Kevin Bond

    in Entrepreneur

    Kevin Bond is perhaps the finest producer in the gospel music industry today. Well-established as a keyboardist and music director, Kevin began to exercise his production talents during the early 1990’s. He collaborated with a number of artists, including Stephanie Mills, Donald Lawrence and The Tri-City Singers, The Kurt Carr Singers and Trinitee 5:7, among others. His works have garnered an astounding 10 Grammy Awards, 30 Stellar Awards, and numerous other awards! Kevin currently serves as the Director of Worship and Arts at the Greater Travelers Rest Baptist Church in Decatur, GA under the pastorate of E.Dewey Smith, Jr. The 500-plus members of the music department are under Bond’s purview. Kevin also serves as CEO of his music production company, Bonded Music. He is also founder of F.L.O.W. (Follow the Leading Of the Wind), a band of studio musicians he organized to educate and instruct up and coming artists. Additionally, upon request he works as a worship and arts leadership training consultant for music departments across the country.

  • 01:02

    Shop Talk with Steve Rutherford

    in Entrepreneur

    Steve Rutherford is the CEO and President of Rutherford Media Group. Steve launched his business in 2003 in the basement of his home under the name of Production 13 Films which reflected his interest in documentary film making. After developing three documentaries, several key people took notice of his work and began contracting the company for corporate projects.  In 2004 the name changed to Rutherford Media Group to reflect a broader scope of services and better branding significance. Today, Rutherford Media is a full service digital signage and audio video production company.


     
     



  • 01:16

    Shop Talk with Cheryl Butler

    in Entrepreneur

    Cheryl Butler is the Master Stylist, Owner and Educator at Studio East Styling Salon in Charlotte, NC.

  • 00:15

    Bicycle Your Way to Being More Organized & Productive

    in Self Help

    On a bike, sitting still, barely pedaling or pedaling like crazy aren't very helpful in getting you to your destination. You may arrive, but you might be late or you might be exhausted.


    Instead, consistent pedaling at a moderate pace is the best way to reach your destination, especially if the journey is long. 


    The same idea is true when talking about productivity and organizing-doing little things on a regular basis will help you maintain an organized space or consistently be productive.


    In this episode, Productivity Coach and Master Organizer, Janice Russell, will give you some guidelines for bicycling your way to a more organized space at your work or in your home. She will also address how increase and maintain more productive habits.


    So if you're looking for more balance in your life (and not just on a bicycle), listen to this episode and act on something you hear in it today!


    If you want additional ideas, you can find out how Janice's proprietary Flexible Structure Method (FSM) of productivity and organizing can help your desire for a better life. Check out the FSM website.


     

  • 01:14

    Starting a Business The Right Way: Let's Talk Shop with Adrian

    in Entrepreneur

    My special guest will be Attorney Eric Montgomery. Eric opened the doors of The Montgomery Law Firm, PLLC in January of 2009 with the primary purpose of providing legal solutions and support to the small business community. After spending almost 20 years as a corporate attorney for various large companies in North and South Carolina, he seeks to provide the same type of sound legal advice and counsel to individuals and companies in the greater Charlotte community. Other areas of focus will be employment law and estate planning.    


                                                                             

  • 01:06

    The Something Blue Shop

    in Romance

    The Something Blue Shoppe was opened in Historic downtown Hartselle, Alabama in the old Farmers and Merchants Bank in 1968. Twenty years later, with a passion for all things bridal, Sarah Morris became the owner. Little did she know at that time, she would grow The Something Blue Shoppe to be one of the most famous bridal stores in the Southeast.


    Attention to detail, a vast inventory of bridal gowns, and most importantly, ideal customer service bring brides from all over Alabama, Tennessee, Mississippi, Georgia, Kentucky, and indeed, from all corners of the United States, to shop in Hartselle.


    The Something Blue Shoppe enjoys the 2nd and now 3rd generation bride on a regular basis. Mothers want their daughters to have the same wonderful bridal shopping experience they enjoyed as a Something Blue Bride.

  • 00:57

    Never Had It So Good Sports Radio Show Live at Hills Barber Shop

    in Sports

    Live show at Hill's Barber Shop to discuss the hot topics in sports. We will recap the Super Bowl. And discuss the Finalist of the HOF. Haley is not a HOFer. And, talk about the play. Why did he not run the ball in that situation. And, all of the arrest since the season ended. And, Deflate-Gate...is the investigation over. 

  • 00:14

    The Little Podcast of Kalamazoo - Fourth Coast Cafe - Coffee shop review

    in Fun

    The green canopies of the Fourth Coast Cafe jut out from the old brick building near the corner of Vine street and Westnedge avenue in Kalamazoo, Michigan. The only twenty-four hour cafe in the city and, as far as I know, in the state is a social hub for a community of college students, alumni, free thinkers, and everyone else. It's a shining beacon of warmth and caffeine in even the darkest and coldest nights. The side door might be closed in the winter, but the front door is never locked.


    As I enter through the glass door, the scent of coffee mingles with the smell of the street and the smoke of a couple on the sidewalk talking about politics, philosophy, and the latest additions to their record collections. To the right of the stairway, which leads up to the Crow's Nest restaurant, is another glass door which swings into the cafe. My ears are treated to snippets of conversations ranging from chess moves to stories of drunken debauchery. To my left, a barista turns on an industrial sized coffee grinder as another presses levers on a well used espresso machine, eliciting a low hiss as espresso fills a tiny metal cup. The place smells of old art, new coffee, fresh tea, and human energy. This coffee shop is where people come to meet with old friends and new minds. This is where they come to plan, and at times even create, new works of poetry, drawings, novels, and everything else which breaths life into life. This place is the living breath of Kalamazoo.


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    I add a little sugar to my drink and fall in love with the dull clank of the spoon against the thick walls of the tall glass cups the cafe uses. I look around and see that my usual table, in the center of the room,  is taken, so I make my way to the bar stools and take a seat there. The chairs are surprisingly comfortable for being simple wooden seats. It's clear that the cafe knows well that people come here to stay for long periods at a time.

  • 00:44

    Never Had It So Good Sports Radio Show Live at Hills Barber Shop

    in Sports

    Live show at Hill's Barber Shop to discuss the hot topics in sports. We are making Super Bowl predictions today. We are also talking about Marshawn Lynch not talking. Make sure to join us for this edition of Never Had It SO Good Sports Radio....

  • 00:55

    Over the Top Radio - Bicycle Law with Bob Mionske

    in Fitness

    Bob Mionske joins us tonight to discuss current issues facing cyclists and will field your questions.  He is a nationally-known cycling lawyer and advocate for the rights of cyclists. A former U.S. Olympic and pro cyclist, Bob amassed a record of over 100 wins during his racing career. Bob represented the United States in the 1988 games in Seoul, South Korea, where he made the winning break in the men’s Individual Road Race, finishing in fourth place.  In 1990, Bob was the U.S. National Champion in the Men’s road race.  Bob again made the United States Olympic team for the 1992 games in Barcelona, Spain, assisting teammate Lance Armstrong to a fourteenth-place finish. Bob turned pro after the 1992 games, racing for Team Saturn for one season, and then retired to become director of the team for 1993.


    At the end of that season, Bob left pro cycling behind and headed off to law school. After passing the bar exam, Bob set up the first bicycle law practice in the nation representating professional racers and defending the legal rights of weekend warriors, commuters, and messengers. Bob also began writing his internationally accaimed bicycle law column, Legally Speaking, featured on VeloNews.com. Bob's perspective on bicycle law and the rights of cyclists has also been featured in national magazines, including Esquire, Bicycling, and Outside.


    You are welcome to join the conversation.

  • 00:56

    #5 - Family Business with Daphne - Shayne and Voni Jackson (The Gyros Shop)

    in Entrepreneur

    Meet this husband and wife team: Shayne and Voni Jackson, owners of The Gyros Shop. They're passionate about making their customers happy, while sharing a unique cultural experience. This couple keeps it real :)!. They share practical advice to help us all. 


    Learn more on my blog: daphnemallory.blogspot.com. Like me on Facebook:


    Daphne Mallory, Esq. is an Entrepreneur Magazine Contributor, media personality, and international speaker and trainer on Family Business.


    Billboard Magazine described Daphne as "Engaging Fans... Forging a New Path." Her work and life has been featured on ABC, CBS, Fox and NBC, The Dr. Oz Show, Self Magazine, Woman's Day, Essence Magazine, Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly, Brown Alumni Magazine, Black Enterprise and more.


    She is the radio and television talk show host and producer of Family Business with Daphne Mallory on 103.9 FM KDKI and KSAW-ABC. She appears as a guest expert on other television and radio programs. She has written over 1,000 articles for national and web publications.


    She is originally from Liberia, one of the poorest countries in Africa. Her father was sent to Oxford University by his company which paved the way for her to attend school in London after his return, as a child, and alone. She learned to develop an entrepreneurial mindset and leadership skills to survive in three different countries: Liberia, England and the United States.


    She serves on numerous boards and is passionate is proud to be a member of Rotary International.

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