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A business innovator, Randy is the founder and president of Wage Watch, Inc. Since 1999, Wage Watch has been a premier Internet based compensation and benefit survey firm serving Fortune 1000 companies. Wage Watch has over 5,000 subscribing companies representing over 1.5 million employees nationwide.
Former Arizona Republican Party Chairman and RNC Treasurer
Randall “Randy” Pullen served two terms as chairman of the Arizona Republican Party. A CPA and businessman by trade, Randy brings a wealth of knowledge and experience in both the business and political communities.
Prior to becoming chairman, Randy served as the National Committeeman from Arizona on the Republican National Committee from 2004 to 2007. He co-chaired the Finance Committee for the Arizona Republican Party in 2000, and was also an alternate delegate to the 2004 Republican National Convention.
Randy has a successful business career that began in 1972 with his founding of Charleston Marina and Shipbuilding with his father and brother. In less than five years, the Pullen family grew Charleston Marina and Shipbuilding into the largest sport fishing company in southern Oregon. In 1988 Pullen went on to become a partner in the accounting firm of Deloitte & Touche. There, Randy became the firm’s expert on real estate and related banking issues throughout the late 1980’s and early 1990’s.Also available in iTunes
Body Brilliance Theme - Your biography becomes your biology – what is your body saying? with Jean Sheehan of Millenium Education.
So what is your body saying? Discover about your body parts, how you can design your destiny through your body and how you write your own script and can create your hearts desires.
Each body part has two ‘jobs’ – physical and metaphysical. And when you understand the metaphysical aspect you can be, do and have anything you want. The key is finding the ‘story’ and listening to your body and it will reveal all. Once you know, you can transform your life to be healthy, happy and abundant on all levels.
The human body is a blueprint for your most dominant thoughts. It is a print out of the internal vibration. Our bodies hold on to our experiences, thoughts and belief systems. The body is a reflection of our truth and shows our unconscious secrets. You are the author of your life.
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This is Woman of Color month for The African American Biography Series of 2013. Our biography for tonight is that of Mrs. Evelyn Brooks Higginbotham. The African American Biography Series of 2013 is documenting Black History on Internet Radio. With that in mind, I , Laura Gall must say this year long series has something in common with Mrs. Evelyn Brooks Higginbotham. She, Mrs. Higginbotham, is a Professor of African and African American Studies at Harvard University. Her writings span diverse fields--African American religious history, women's history, civil rights, constructions of racial and gender identity, electoral politics and the intersection of theory and history. One of her most cited and reprinted articles is "African American Women's History and the Metalanguage of Race," winner of the best article prize of the Berkshire Conference of Women Historians in 1993. You are listening to Blogtalkradio. I'm Laura Gall and the name of my show is You Talk Too Much. My show airs on Thursday evenings from 6:30-7:00 pm est. My call in number is 1-714-242-5273. You Talk Too Much is proud to bring to you the biography of Mrs. Evelyn Brooks Higginbotham. Please enjoy the show. Thank you for listening.
Women Of Color are the focus of The African American Biography Series of 2013. Tonight my focus is on two women of color, two women in the U.S. House of Representatives, two women who were the first women of color elected to Congress from their State. My focus is on Terrycina Andrea Sewell (Terri) of Alabama and Donna F. Edwards of Maryland. You are listening to Blogtalkradio. I'm Laura Gall and the name of my show is You Talk Too Much. You Talk Too Much is a featured show in Blogtalkradio's line up of shows. The African American Biography Series of 2013 is documenting Black History on Internet Radio. You Talk Too Much airs on Thursday evenings 6:30-7p.m eastern time. My call in number tonight is 1-714-242-5273. Thank you so much for listening.
Furious Cool: Richard Pryor and the World That Made Him
Richard Pryor attracted admiration and anger in equal parts. He was a comedian who many consider the greatest ever, yet his triumphant stand-up work has been largely eclipsed by his mediocre movie output. His personal life was likewise something of a contradiction, because Pryor was a man of deep intelligence and sensitivity yet was also someone who could never seem to make the pieces of his life come together to create a whole. His was a fascinating, larger-than-life personality; he was as pivotal and essential a figure. Pryor the solo artist brought to a pop-obsessed generation the news that they had a past with deep roots that spoke to our shared humanity.
David Henry is a screenwriter and his brother, Joe Henry is a singer/songwriter as well as a music producer. This is their first book, and they are working on a screenplay based on Pryor's life and career.
About the book
Webster’s American Dictionary is the second most popular book ever printed in English. But who was that Webster? Noah Webster (1758–1843) was a bookish Connecticut farm boy who became obsessed with uniting America through language. He spent twenty years writing two thousand pages to accomplish that, and the first 100 percent American dictionary was published in 1828 when he was seventy years old. This clever, hilariously illustrated account shines a light on early American history and the life of a man who could not rest until he’d achieved his dream. An illustrated chronology of Webster’s life makes this a picture perfect bi-og-ra-phy [noun: a written history of a person's life]. About the author
JERI CHASE FERRIS is the award-winning author of twelve biographies for children and young adults, published by Lerner Books and HoughtonMifflin/Harcourt. She specializes in biographies of people from 1776 to 1936 who overcame difficulties or discrimination or worse, to do great and important deeds for America. Many of her books are about multicultural heroes who, until recently, have been sadly omitted from history. Others are about important people you may not know, yet. For example - Noah Webster! NOAH WEBSTER & HIS WORDS, Houghton Mifflin Books for Children, is an SCBWI Golden Kite Award winner for best nonfiction book of 2012. Her books have won lots of other awards too (see www.jerichaseferris.com).
On the afternoon of Sunday, 11/3/2013, at 1:30PM (Pacific Stanford Time), GD welcomes musican "JAK" to "A Touch of Grace".
More about, "JAK":
BiographyBorn & raised in Albuquerque, New Mexico, JAK was taught to play the guitar by his father at age 8. He spent hours as a boy playing along to records by his favorite artists. By age 16, JAK joined his first professional group, a tight funk outfit called "SPACEDELIC" where he learned discipline playing with older, seasoned musicians. After stints in other bands around the Albuquerque area during the early 80's, JAK sent a demo tape of songs on which he played all the instruments, and sang all the vocals to a friend in Los Angeles. The songs garnered some interest from a major label, and JAK promptly moved to Hollywood. He signed on with manager Pete Kelly, and soon thereafter with CBS (EPIC) records. His major label debut "I GO WILD" was released in 1985. Present day..After the demise of the successful Albuquerque based band 'SOUL DIVINE"(Which he helped found.) JAk is back with his re-introduction to the music scene via his new independent release "ELECTRIC NOIZE"
Storytelling is as old as time for humans. It's how we get to know ourselves and each other. It's how we get to know our world and our place in it. Did you know you not only have stories that are accessible to your consciousness but you have a whole web of stories that live in your psyche or subconscious? They are just below the surface and are difficult to see, but they are impacting our choices none-the-less.
Our bodies are also a rich repository of our life stories. Do you know how to unlock the hidden mystery of you waiting to be discovered in your biography and your biology? Explore that unseen world within yourself over the coming weeks with Kelly and Rima on The Minister and The Mother radio show.