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Today on "It's My House" we shall discuss the Zen of Renewable Energy finance. We belive that the primary reason why almost every household in the United States Of America has not gone solar, is because of the price points and financing options or lack there off.
If we listen to potential customers and factor in their feed back, when we shall get an accurate picture of HOW to provide them with products and services, plus make a profit.
The "market is ALWAYS right" = the Zen of any business venture.
Tonights show on All Access Radio will be hosted by Clover Lomack. The topic of discussion will be on Relationships and will mainly focus on romance and finance and how they correlate with one another. As always, All Access Radio will bring you the topics of relevence and a diverse audience with opinions that will interest you as well as spark creative thought. So make sure you tune in and be a part of tonights discussion! All Access Radio is brought to you by the A.W.O.L. group!
Personal finance is 10% math and 90% emotion. You can believe you are doing everything right and making all of the right decisions and still struggle with your finances. The reason is the 90%. People say that number is way to high - that math is much more important. In this week's show, Debbi will address this statement and help you see why it is 90% and why the most important step you can take to fix your finances is to address the 90%. See you soon!
BUSINESS CREDIT RADIO is honored to welcome Mr. Sean Roberts, the Founder and President of StandingStonez, an an Independent Global Events and Exhibit Consultant. He is a global experiential sales, marketing and advertising expert, primarily expositions, corporate events, museums, amusements and themed attractions. Specialties: International Trade Show Strategy & Management, Corporate Events, Corporate Sponsorship Consulting and Support, Corporate Product Launch Consulting and Support, Global Sales & Marketing Mentoring and Management, Global Branding Strategy Consultation, Global Business Development, Blue Chip Account Management, Within Industry Acquisition and Merger Consultation, Global Vendor Management, International Purchasing, Logistics Management, Mobile Applications Ad visor and specifier for Lead Management, Themed Attractions, Amusements, Aquariums etc.
Business Credit Radio is sponsored by Commercial Credit Management Associates LLC.
Take these steps to finance and support your job search. Make job search as easy for you as possible. Whatever bill you know you can't pay, you want to contact the creditor and discuss deferring payment while unemployed.
Having necessary goods and services make job search easy as the days turn into weeks, The way to help yourself is to find community resources and gladly accept them. This is how to free up your funds for places where you must spend cash for your family.
Job search is easier when you have the necessary documents. Collect things needed for jobs search. Make them part of your job search kit. This makes providing what is requested of you by employers a lot easier. When you answer questions by saying yes, I have that available, when is a good time to stop by.
Seek out places in your community that provides job search funding. You may have to request a referral to get funding, but this works in job search. Accept the referral and the funds. Seek out other places when you go for the referral.
Keeping money flowing makes job search easier. You can find projects to bring in money. Work along from home, or seek work in area homes for individuals or in places of businesses where you see a need. Don't do without necessities. Find places to keep a cash flow and make job search easier.
Temporay jobs makes jobs search easier. Temporary jobs could extend your job search, but it won't make your resume look bad. It is a way to explain your process to be able to finance job search without getting too deep in debt. Working out of temp agencies increases job opportunities. When you work in a business as a temp you get a chance to show how you perform and you get the opportuntity to establish relationships. Lots of companies hire people that come to them as temps.
The people of God are under attack in the area of their finances. Many people are concerned about their life and livelihood as they struggle to make ends meet. On today's broadcast Roy sits down with members of the Body of Christ to discuss biblical keys to financial success. Prosperity IS the will of God!
A teaching on the trilogy of Health Living. The importance of having a healthy mind, and also the importance of eating right, to maintain a healthy body. Scriptures are cited to reinforce the point. With the proliferation of diseases, the importance of having our Spirit tuned up is paramount.
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Ron Siegel of Anaheim Hills CA, Robert Mott of La Quinta CA and James Bowie of Tustin CA discuss current events, financial markets, politics, and even poking fun at the rest of the media in a live radio broadcast from Anaheim CA.
Ron, Robert and James will discuss: ; Shopping for Wine; Remembering Harvey Posert, Jr.; Investing in Real Estate; Purchasing the older homes that need remodeling; The Honest Offer; Mortgage Minute; Your Credit Matters; Real Time Real Estate; Word on Wealth; and so much more.
Ron Siegel, consumer advocate and mortgage lender, discusses anything that affects the roof over your head, your bank account or other items that will benefit you / your family.
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Interview with Top Finance Expert Vera Gibbons on How Health Care Costs Can Impact Your Financial Future. Vera Gibbons is a financial journalist based in New York City.
She appears regularly on two of Fox News’ most popular programs, Fox & Friends, and Fox & Friends First. She is also a frequent contributor to Fox Business’ “MONEY With Melissa Francis.”Additionally, Gibbons hosts a weekly series on Yahoo! called “Savvy Spender.” She writes for Real Simple magazine, and blogs for Reuters, Zillow, and TurboTax.Previously, Gibbons was a financial contributor with CBS The Early Show, worked as a correspondent for CNBC’s High Net Worth, and was a Financial Analyst for MSNBC.She appeared regularly on all NBC platforms, including the Today Show, Nightly News, and The Weather Channel’s Wake Up With Al, hosted by NBC’s Al Roker.
Gibbons has written for Inc., SmartMoney, Kiplinger’s, the New York Times, AOL’s walletpop.com, and cnbc.com.