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B2C Radio Show is the #1 radio show for youth sports. This week we have Coach Jermyn (Atlanta Vikings), Coach Graham (Faytte County), Coach Ced (North Henry), Coach Shelly (Central Dekalb), Coach Devaugh (Tucker), Coach Shawn (Welcome All) and special guest Frank Ski.
In order to uphold a covenant not to compete, a contract for sale of a business may not circumvent California’s deeply rooted public policy favoring open competition. Otherwise, the non-compete agreement is void. In this show, Bill and Rick discuss the requirement that there be a clear indication that in the sales transaction the parties value or consider goodwill as a component of the sales price, as well as the fact that a covenant not to compete be reasonable in terms of time, activity and territory covered. Likewise, the discussion will distinguish the viability of agreements involving the taking of proprietary material, or "trade secrets," versus a non-compete agreement.
Recapping and giving a bar by bar breakdown of two recently dropped battles, Daylyt vs Danja Zone & T-Top vs Shotgun Suge. Giving my opinions on who I think won and also will be taking fans opinions.
Large sign on bonuses can make recruiting for your branch or region expensive, risky and can price small to mid-size lenders out of the market. So how do you compete? In today's episode we discuss the realities of today's recruiting climate and give some strategies to help you compete and win the recruiting bonus war.
Join Dr. Teresa Graham and The Boys Around The Table @ 7:00PM (CST) & 8:00PM (EST). They will be discussing, "Do Men Love To Compete." Competition among males is known as intraspecific competition, while competing between individuals of different species is known as interspecific competition. To dial into the show: (516) 531-9244 or click on the link: www.blogtalkradio.com/drteresagraham
In episode seven of VolNation's Power-T Talk, Daniel and Zack talk about last week's Oklahoma game. The guys discuss the playcalling of Mike Bajakin and what they see that is right and wrong with the gameplan. They also discuss how important it was for Tennessee to compete and make it a game against Oklahoma. Then they get to talking about how Oklahoma compares to the rest of the schedule and see if that was the best team Tennessee plays all year. Plus quick twitch and this week's pick em's.
Read more: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/power-t-talk/2014/09/16/episode-seven-compete#ixzz3DWg1ulxW
Diana Tyler is owner and coach at CrossFit 925 in San Antonio, as well as the author of two women's fitness books, Miss University: A Girl's Guide to Fitness, Beauty, and Confidence and Fit for Faith: A Christian Woman's Guide to Total Fitness. She is passionate about helping people acheive both spiritual and physical fitness that equips us for serving and inspiring others rather than glorifying ourselves. You can follow her on Twitter @Dianafit4faith and check out her website, http://fit4faith.com/.
On today's show, Diana will be talking with Jake Thompson, the Chief Encouragement Officer of Compete Everyday (http://www.competeeveryday.com), a company founded on the belief that inside everyone is a desire to compete for what they want in life. Encouragement is one thing, but the will to compete after that initial push is something altogether different. Jake and CED's goal is to fuel your fire, but that’s only the beginning. He wants to drive you and help you see it through to the end. 365 days a year, seven days a week, 86,400 seconds per day. However long it takes. Compete Every Day.
We will kick things off with a recap of last weekend's Pinnacle FC 11, which went down just outside of Pittsburgh. McKinney was live on hand at the event and provided commentary.
Our first guest will be Ohio MMA heavyweight fighter "Big" John Hawk (11-5), who recently announced that he will travel to Russia next month for his next fight at TECH-Krep FC. Hawk is the current NAAFS heavyweight champion and is always outspoken so he is expected to have some interesting things to say about his journey to Russia.
Then, we'll be joined by Jan "Cuddles" Finney (7-10), who is set to take on Marciea Allen (4-2) in this weekend's IT Fight Series 35 headliner. A former world title challenger, the Ohio native will get to compete in her hometown for the first time.
When you graduate from college and land your first job, what is one of the first things you buy? A new car! The Toyota corporation is investing early in its future clients who will also be future employees. Toyota recently awarded 10 students at Historically Black Colleges and Universities scholarships of $75,000 each, totaling $750,000. Four of those students join us today to share their ambitions and tell what the process was like to compete for and win this outstanding scholarship award
Competition is healthy, but most often, it is handled in cut-throat style - which is VERY UNHEALTHY! No one wins in a cut-throat competitive environment, not even the consumer! On the surface, it manifests in dirt cheap prices, and the consumer seems to win as a result - however, that win comes at a very high price they feel on the back end - piss poor customer service, inferior products, and undelivered promises.
Competion can and should raise the bar, not tank it in the toilet! Healthy competition will cause entrepreneurs to upgrade the value they offer at the price offered, and frankly - that healthy competition tends to show up when collaboration is encouraged.
"Collaboration is a very healthy think tank experience. A mastermind of peers wanting to upgrade and uplift others around them." Trudy Beerman
Collaboration leads to pooling of resources, a celebration of best practices, and a sharpening of brilliant minds to even higher levels.
Collaboration is why doctors meet at conferences to share medical breakthroughs with others in the field. Collaboration is why news in one part of the world is shared in others. Collaboration is how animals survive in family groups.
Just because there are 1 million songs on love on the radio does not mean I should not write my song.
I guarantee, if I gave 10 leaders in the same genre the same speaking title, and a list of the same 5 points I wanted them to cover, all 10 speeches would be very different. However, knowing that 9 other speakers are going to speak on the same topic means all 10 speakers will work harder to deliver their best performance. THIS IS THE WIN WIN WIN! A win for the listener, a win for the speakers, and a win for the inviting organization.
Change how you view your peers, and grow! Collaborate people!
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