• 01:01

    Casino Talk with Brooke Dunn

    in Business

    On this edition of Casino Talk, host Brooke Dunn is joined by Dallas Orchard, vice president of gaming operations for Aristocrat Technologies. Dallas has an exciting history in the gaming industry, marketing some of the world’s largest companies. Dallas joined Aristocrat in 2007 and  oversees all aspects of the Gaming Operations Division of the Americas which covers all recurring revenue products for Aristocrat. Brooke is also joined by Mark Wayman who will bring you the latest inside information from the gaming industry.

  • 01:20

    Casino City Gang: Crimes, regulations and PokerStars edition

    in Sports

    Casino City's Vin Narayanan, Aaron Todd and Dan Podheiser discuss Caesars changing course and joining with PokerStars to lobby for online gaming in the U.S., the strange resolution to a rare "successful" casino heist and bizzare laws and regulations regarding charity poker tournaments. And, as always, they close the show with their "Best Bets."

  • 01:04

    Casino City Gang: You can't cancel a guarantee edition

    in Sports

    Casino City's Vin Narayanan, Aaron Todd and Dan Podheiser are joined by special guest Nolan Dalla to discuss Congressional efforts to rewrite the Wire Act and ban online gaming. The Gang also discusses if and when it is appropriate to remove a guarantee from a tournament and the ongoing Seals with Clubs drama. They also close the show, as they do each week, with their best bests.

  • 00:52

    Patrick Hibbard: Social Enterprise the Road to Sustainability

    in Entrepreneur

    Patrick Hibbard of Social Enterprise Ventures and Patrick Hibbard Consulting, is one of a growing cadre of young professionals that are researching and finding the importance of connecting the competencies of the private sector in the nonprofit world.  


    Social enterprise has a long history, dating back to the 1800’s, though under different names. The first use of the term ‘social enterprise’ can be traced to Beechwood College in Leeds, England around 1978. Social Enterprise first appeared in the US around 1983. It carries a history of misconception and alignment with many thinking it means a not for profit. However, social enterprise is more aligned with strategies versus a particular corporate structure. That also may contribute to the slow rise of understanding its benefits. Companies can be identified and documented using these strategies as far back as the 1800’s. However using the concept as the foundation and core of business practices was not the emphasis. It was a side-effect of other activities.  In the US during the mid 1980’s the first social enterprise conference was held for the business sector and papers then emerged on social enterprise for nonprofits. However, it never really took hold as a strong and viable model. Now there seems to be re-emergence of its value, so I know we will be talking about how nonprofits benefit 

  • 00:50

    Casino Talk w/ Brooke Dunn: Mark Wayman

    in Business

    You never know what is going to happen on the Brooke Dunn show! Join Brooke and the godfather of Las Vegas, Mark Wayman, for an industry update during this fun and informative show.

  • 00:25

    My Sisters Keeper - Tray Kearney, of the Woman To Woman Show

    in Goals

    EnterpriseLifeRadio is welcoming guest Tray Kearney (@WTrayKay, www.TheW2Wshow.com), Host of the Woman to Woman show, Correspondent for The Movement Magazine and Executive Producer of the short film that was nominated for a Black Reel Award, "The Tombs”, on our 3rd Episode (February 15, at 5:30p, cst) - My Sisters Keeper.   Call in to speak with the host: (646) 668-2725


    “Your passion is your purpose” Tray believes that women have the power to save families. “It starts with loving one self and respecting one another’s relationships. Infidelity is a destroying the core of families and it’s time for women to be accountable for their part and start the healing. It starts with me… for I am my sister’s keeper”.

    Come join the Fun! You want to be listening and calling in to this show. EnterpriseLifeRadio where we bring you everyday people doing extraordinarily amazing things on topics covering Family, Fun and Funds, Entrepreneurship, Parenthood and Enterprise! We look forward to you joining in the discussion!
     

  • 00:32

    Charlie Doucot on Talent Management System

    in Social Networking

    Charlie Doucot, Senior Vice President and General Manager of Lumesse drops by @DriveThruHR  and talks with @williamtincup & @Thehrbuddy on selecting the right talent management solution. 


    DriveThruHR was designed to be a captivating and easy-to-digest lunch discourse that covers topics relevant to HR professionals.  Each 30-minute episode features a guest speaker who shares her or his knowledge and experience in human resources. Our hosts and special guest cover a wealth of topics, including HR Technology, Recruiting, Talent Management, Leadership, Organizational Culture and Strategic HR, every day at 12:00 pm Central Time.  The radio program is hosted by @williamtincup, @thehrbuddy, @TheOneCrystal & @MikeVanDervort. The #1 HR show, with amazing HR conversations and follow us on the twitters at  @drivethruhr and #dthr.


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  • 00:26

    From Welfare to Walt Disney World: How Staying Positive Gives Staying Power

    in Goals

    EnterpriseLifeRadio is welcoming guest Ella Rucker, Director of Operations for #MentorMonday and co-founder of Weekend Startup School, on our 2nd Episode - "From Welfare to Walt Disney World: How Staying Positive Gives Staying Power". Come join the Fun! You want to be listening and calling in to this show. EnterpriseLifeRadio where we bring you everyday people doing extraordinarily amazing things on topics covering Family, Fun and Funds, Entrepreneurship, Parenthood and Enterprise! We look forward to you joining in the discussion!

  • 00:26

    w/ Dr. Gladys Terrell - The 7 Steps to Wellness Program

    in Goals

    Dr. Gladys Terrell will be joining us to discuss her virtual class - The 7 Steps to Wellness Program and how these steps can and will benefit your life. It's not your biological age, but instead how you care for your body that determines your true HEALTH age: Age ain't nothing but a number! Come here how Dr. Gladys, who got her PhD at age 80, is keeping her life fresh, productive and lively through her networking, individual and class sessions based on healthy living. You can check out Dr. Gladys' webpage for more information: www.The7StepsToWellness.com. Healthy living, Healthy Choices for healthy lives.


    Come join the Fun! You want to be listening and calling in to this show. EnterpriseLifeRadio where we bring you everyday people doing extraordinarily amazing things on topics covering Family, Fun and Funds, Entrepreneurship, Parenthood and Enterprise! We look forward to you joining in the discussion!

  • 01:00

    Transitioning from the Military to Private Enterprise

    in Business

    The February 19, 2015, episode of American Heroes Radio features a conversation with former United States Marine, and Founder and Managing Director for Budget Blinds of Fulshear, Texas, Cedric Cook.


    Cedric Cook is the Founder and Managing Director for Budget Blinds of Fulshear serving areas West of Houston Texas. Cedric is supported by wife (Rita) who also serves as a Managing Director and they have two children (Tiara and Bryson). Cedric founded Budget Blinds of Fulshear in October 2014 after spending more than 19 years working in Information Technology.  Prior to launching a Budget Blinds franchise, he has maintained a thriving career with IBM Corporation for more than 11 years and also spent 2 years with Dell Computers, just to name a few.  Cedric’s excitement for entrepreneurialism was induced by his experiences in the corporate workforce and foundation in military leadership principals.


    Throughout his career, Cedric has always maintained close ties with Military service members as recognition of his own personal journey to succeed in life. Cedric attributes his success to the sound leadership principals which were fostered through his service in the U.S. Marine Corps and a strong work-ethic which was instilled by his parents.


    Cedric believes that his military experience enabled him to achieve his goal of leading and managing cross-functional and geographically dispersed organizations in Fortune 500 companies.   Cedric is confident that this experience will also translate into operating a very successful Budget Blinds franchise.


    Cedric holds a Bachelor’s degree in Information Systems and a Master’s degree in Business Administration (MBA). In 2006, Cedric was named, “Modern Day Technology Leader” by Career Communications Group, Inc. In 2010, Cedric was featured in a news story on WRAL, Raleigh, NC for his involvement with Veteran’s mentorship programs.

  • 00:58

    Transforming Business - Can Social Enterprise Change the World?

    in Entrepreneur

    Our special guest for this show is Steve Burns, COO of EM Squared, a social enterprise dedicated to ending childhood malnutrition. EM Squared is the first Social Entrepreneur 3.0 business. But what does that mean? In the book Social Entrepreneurship: What Everyone Needs to Know, author David Bornstein defines today's social entrepreneurship as Social entrepreneurship 3.0. It looks beyond individual founders and institutions to the change-making potential of ALL people and their interactions. It recognizes that social entrepreneurship is contagious. Steve will share how his company is transforming business, one food bar at a time.

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