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Special guest and philosopher Andrew Payne will join us for this special look at C.S. Lewis' "Problem of Pain" book. Mr. Payne will give us a look into the core themes of Lewis' book and will show how he has a problem with Lewis' writing. Be sure to check out Andrew Payne's first lecture at the 20th Annual National Conference on Christian Apologetics sponsored by Southern Evangelical Seminary October 11th, 2013 held at the First Baptist Church in Indian Trail, NC. Go to www.ses.edu for more details.
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Dr. Helmrich will finish the show that ended abruptly due to technical difficulties yesterday
What can make or break solving problems confronting businesses of all sizes? The answer is, making on the money judgement calls.
Listenerns will learn what it takes to make great judgment calls. Why experience alone is not enough. You will be exposed to all the secrets that will help turn you into an expert at making great judgment calls.
We will examine the worst judgment call of all time by three CEO's from three Fortune 50 companies. This in itself is worth listening to the show for.
ADDED BONUS - There is a Fortune 100 company that has been in business for over 100 years and their survival is in question. What did poor judgment calls play in this once highly successful company.
Tune in for the business learning experience of your life.
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Dr Julie Helmrich, famous Shrink'n'Drink psychologist from Milwaukee, delivers mini-course on the power of story, especially the story we tell ourselves about ourselves, to create problems, to solve problems.
Everyday new parents everywhere relish in births of their bundles of joy, but there are times when the apples of our eye become our biggest frustrations. How do you handle a child that seems determined to make choices that are totally contradictory to everything you have taught since their birth. It would appear that no matter how hard you work to make their lives better, they are working harder to ruin your plans. Join us as we discuss this issue and possible solutions to this problem.
GUEST: Sally Applin, a founding member of the AnthroPunk movement and member of the IoT Council, a think tank for the Internet of Things.
The move towards collaboration and collaborative economic models is becoming more economic necessity than noble aspiration. In the context of the collaborative society culture is collective diversity, not collective similarity.
Sally Applin, one of the founders of AnthroPunk, a movement concerned with how people promote, manage, resist, endure and create change, joins us for a truly thought provoking episode of The COIL. By embracing change we are giving up control of change. What breaks is a result of our actions, but beyond our control unless we create and invent – adapt change to ourselves rather than adapting to change. We’ll be looking at the world through an AnthroPunk lens as we discuss the business, technological and cultural issues that are being faced by the different generations of humanity.
Among the issues we’ll address:
What tools can individuals use to manage the unpredictable rate and speed of change due to rapidly adopted technological innovation? What are the major change points taking place today and how are they impacting the different generations and cultures? How do we effectively integrate sustainability into constantly changing business and social models? As we move from a world of limited analog relationships to massive digital relationships, how do we promote elements of trust between people, brands and causes?
Dr. Greene's guest on this program was Tony Wagner, the first Innovation Education Fellow at the Technology & Entrepreneurship Center at Harvard and the author of the best-selling book The Global Achievement Gap: Why Even Our Best Schools Don’t Teach the New Survival Skills Our Children Need — and What We Can Do About It. Tony has some very important ideas about the skills kids are going to need to be successful in the world of the future, and while blind adherence to authority isn't on the list, collaboration and problem-solving are.
WARRIOR SUNDAY SERMON. Every week I slow it down for a 30-45 minute Warrior Style Spritual Conversation.
You will hear references to Power, Practicle and Productive ways of experiencing the TRUTH within you.
This will not be your TYPICAL Sunday Service but I can tell you that it will Ignite you Soul in Ways that will Drive you as a Warrior to Living, Leading and Liberating your World in ways you have never considered before.
I WILL BE FOCUSING WEEKLY ON TEACHING that will guide you through FOUR POWERFUL PHASES.
1. Awakening: Causing a shift in the way you see things.
2. Activation: Igniting the Personal power within to act.
3. Application: Guiding you to the simple steps of execution.
4. Acceleration: Challenging you to Speed up results.
Welcome to the Warrior Sunday Sermon.
SOLVING THE PROBLEMS OF THE WORLD! Enjoy.
Love and Light,
Garrett J White - The Master Coach Mentor
James Melis (Jim) is a former top CFO for many companies in New York City. His background is in finance with 20 years’ experience in four of the most difficult and heavily regulated industries: Banking, Health Services, Hospitality and Education. As a consultant, his specialty is helping companies deal with change, understand fearless financing, and maintaining a value-driven work environment. Jim has been a member of the National Association of College University Business Officers for 6 years. The association's mission is to advance the economic viability and business practices of higher education institutions in fulfillment of their academic missions. In addition, he is also the founder of the not for profit charity Making A Difference One Laugh At A Time. -- Find today’s guest @: http://jimmelis.com -&- you can find the hosts @: http://Brummet.ca
Continued from Tuesday: The continual genocide of the Gaza Strip by all kinds of WMD.
I have documented proof that IAF, IDF have used these terrible weapons and the United States, UN, and EU have done nothing but document.
Wake up America we must get people to understand a whole country depends on it.
A talk with Ana Lopez of CityMart. CityMart calls itself "a market place for the most innovative solution companies and visionary cities on the planet."
How CityMart help cities accelerate the process of solving urban and social challenges
How it connects solution providers with the decision-makers in cities around the world
How CityMart helps cities define their needs, publish them to the marketplace and discover the available solutions
Ana Lopez is a specialist in Social Development working at CityMart which has locations in Denmark and Spain.
learn more at http://legacyofchange.co/
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