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We all have challenges and we all make choices every day of our lives. Are you making choices that enhance your life or make your journey more difficult? Today we're talking about the choices that we make even when we don't control the circumstances and moving toward a life you love. Join us live to listen or participate in the chat room or listen to the archive at your convenience. Whatever you choose, make sure it's the best one for you.
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Recognizing the Challenges of Leadership
November 15, 2014 – Round Table Discussion @ 8pm Chicago Time
If there weren’t challenges, we’d have little need for leaders.
For leaders everywhere, some challenges are unique and temporary, but many others are common and ongoing.
Organizations today place multiple demands on leaders, requiring them to impart vision, initiate change, and make difficult decisions.
The challenges of leadership are inside leaders. Stop blaming organizations and others for your shortfalls and failures.
"Take the bull by the horns. You are the bull."
You not situations:
Leadership challenges always involve changing situations. You, however, are the common factor. Your ability to lead yourself is your greatest ability.
"Situations come and go but you are always there."
“We have been so disenfranchised for so long by supporting every other culture or nationality, other businesses, because we haven’t had any. When we do, when people of African-American descent do take off and start a business, it’s kind of difficult for it to be successful or for it to thrive because the community doesn’t invest into it.” --Jamiel Robinson, CEO of Grand Rapids African American Black Businesses
Ladies and gentlemem on this episode of In Life Now we went "hard in the paint" and talked about some serious issues, challenges, and roadblocks currently facing the black community on a local level as well as national level within the city of Grand Rapids, Michigan with our guest Mr. Jamiel Robinson, Community Activist and CEO of GRABB along with our cohost Community Activist and Executive Director of Bates Place Rev. Bryan R. Blakely. THERE WERE SOME TECHNICAL ISSUES IN THE LIVE BROADCAST, so what you will hear now is an editited version of the show. YOU will need to adjust your volumne after the intro is over in the first 20-25 minutes of the show so that you can hear what was being said. Thank you in advance for understanding, for your flexibility, and for your support of IN LIFE NOW RADIO.
We encourage you to continue this conversation wherever you are around the world and do your part as a collective so that we can get some serious work done. It's time to put all of your religious beliefs, personal agendas, and personal beliefs to the side and work now towards common goals for the black community in the city where you live and in this nation. It's time to come together right now!
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Have you ever thought what it would be like to have something so drastic happen that would change your life forever? Something that would cause life as you know it to never be the same again? Not even close? Would you let it hold you back? Keep you from accomplishing your dreams?
Join Choices host, Judi Moreo, author of You Are More Than Enough, as she talks with Stan Morse, lawyer, author, speaker, and consultant, about his books and how he became a writer. Stan's unfortunate accident changed his life forever, but it didn't hold him back. He is the author of several books, including "Circling the Earth in a Wheelchair," a story of his five month round-the-world adventure in which he reveals what it was like for a paraplegic to dive the Great Barrier Reef, go fly fishing in New Zealand, and take trains across both Australia and Italy while coping with the daily challenges on the road in a wheelchair.
Stan Morse has become a popular novelist: Brothers of Summer and Goering's Gold being his most recent accomplishments. And now he has written an exciting new book for teenage girls entitled, Nina B and the Honey Money Bunny.
Stan is an inspiration. This is an interesting interview. Join us!!! You'll be glad you did!
the CEO Hour, Orignally aired on Sept 13th, 2013.
PLANNING YOUR EXIT STRATEGY, YOU GOT INTO YOUR BUSINESS. NOW HOW DO YOU GET OUT...AND SURVIVE. CHUCK RICHARDS IS THE CEO AND CO-FOUNDER OF CORE VALUE SOFTWARE. HE HAS WORKED WITH MORE THAN 50 COMPANIES TO HELP THEM MEASURE THEIR VALUE, FIGURE OUT HOW TO BUILD UP THEIR VALUE IF NEEDED, AND THEN SELL THEIR COMPANY FOR THE BEST VALUE. RICHARDS HAS STARTED FOUR BUSINESSES, TURNED AROUND TWO OF THEM, AND HIT THE INC. 500. HE HAS ALSO SPENT HIS LIFE DOING RESEARCH ON SUCCESSION AND ITS EFFECT ON LOCAL COMMUNITIES. FEWER THAN 20% OF ALL BUSINESSES ARE EVER SOLD. CHUCK CAN HELP YOU MAKE YOUR BUSINESS...ONE OF THEM.
Just because you call yourself a CEO doesn't make you one. For one thing, if a board of directors doesn't name you chief executive officer of a real corporation, you’re sort of like a silly little kid playing grownup. More importantly, you’re probably misrepresenting your abilities, as well. If your core competencies do not include these seven CEO attributes, you may want to think about changing your social media profiles. And for the moment, I would not walk away from your day job. So, what are these Super 7 CEO Standards? That is our focus on this edition of, “The Strategist Radio LIVE."
Temple Hayes, Spiritual leader and Author of When Did You Die? 8 Steps to Stop Dying Every Day and Start Waking Up will be sharing her words on how to become more alive no matter what life challenges.
Are you a sponge and soak up all the negative that happens to you and around you and just can't seem to make headway with your life? Are you a victim of what appears on your door step or can you step up and not answer the doorbell? How can you take little steps, acknowledge their effect on you and make a choice to live every second of your life to the fullest? Temple shows us the steps, shares stories of stumbling blocks, and explores the many ways we see various openings in our life to blossom beyond our wildest dreams.
For more information about Temple and her work visit: www.templehayes.com
David Mezzapelle, author of Contagious Optimism: Uplifting Stories and Motivational Advice for Positive Forward Thinking will be sharing his own contagious optimism stories on today's show. David shares his uplifting stories and those of others around the globe who have found the silver lining in most life challenges.
How fabulous is your day? Are you high in the sky or down in the dumps? Is life a ping pong ball that is ever wacking the wall? Can you find happiness and balance? Are you affected by the world around you? Can you live a glorious life in the face of challenges, pain or suffering? Maybe, can you live a life of balance and see the silver lining in the world to make this a great adventure.
For more information on David visit: www.ContagiousOptimism.com
Social media continues to play a large role in the development of the sales process. More often than not, consumers are making final purchasing decisions based on word of mouth or friend and family recommendations. As social marketing increases, many sales teams, organizations and individuals are scrambling to find unique ways to differentiate themselves online as industry and niche experts.
In this episode I am pleased to have Ryan Hanley as our guest. Ryan is the Digital Marketing Lead at TrustedChoice.com and Agency Nation. He also produces one of the most downloaded content marketing podcasts on iTunes, Content Warfare.
In this episode, we are going to discuss some of the challenges and opportunities facing not only organizations but individual sales people and their teams.