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A Come-Back/Give-Back Approach to Rural Community Development. HomeTown Competitiveness has been helping small towns across America for more than 10 years. It helps them build upon the assets they already have. Learn how HTC can help in your community in this brief interview with Milan Wall of the Heartland Center for Leadershipo Development.
HTC focuses on four key areas:
1. Developing local leadership
2. Increasing community philanthropy
3. Energizing entrepreneurs
4. Engaging youth
On Sunday, June 23rd, 2013 (15 Tammuz 5773) from 8PM EST until 10PM EST, your brother in the Lord, ObhadYAH Renaldo Wade will be talking, teaching, and testifying in an open forum about an Identity Crisis between today's Competition within "church folks" in comparison to the Kingdom Corporate and collective building of Kingdom Citizens in the congregation of YAH. You will be blessed by the teaching from the Throne Room of YHVH. May YHVH bless and keep you in His loving Grace and Mercy. Omein. Shalom. Shalom.
On Tuesday, November 5th, NJ voters will be asked to vote on a minimum wage increase, which will not only become law but a NJ State Constitutional Amendment.
While proponents of the minimum wage increase profess to be helping out those most in need, they refuse to look to the facts and figures that point to the completely opposite direction.
Joining us as we discuss the implications of an amendment to our NJ State Constitution and the harsh economic realities of a mandated wage increase is Matt Rooney founder of the Save Jersey blog.
We will also expose the myth of who the minimum wage earner really is; who will be hit the hardest by this increase; how the job market will be affected; how poverty will be affected and impact on the economic competitiveness of NJ.
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"[T]he distortions and lack of credibility of the Obama administration have matched and now trumped those of its predecessors. The public may have long ago forgotten that Obama did not close down Guantanamo as promised, or cut the deficit in half by the end of his first term, or stop the revolving door of lobbyists coming in and out of the executive branch. "The public may even have forgiven the president when the stimulus bill never lowered unemployment as promised, or when his misleading boasts about vast increases in oil and gas production came to fruition despite, not because, of his efforts.
"But the distortions and broken promises have now become so frequent that many at home and abroad are finally tuning out the president. Almost nothing promised about the Affordable Care Act is proving true. Contrary to presidential assurances, Obamacare has not lowered premiums or deductibles. It will not reduce the deficit or improve business competitiveness. It really will alter existing health plans and in some cases lead to their cancellation. Signing up is certainly not as easy as buying something online on Amazon.
"Two considerations often turn presidential ethical lapses into political disasters. Unfortunately, both apply to the present administration."
Today, we'll be interviewing BJ Fontaine with TMAC. B.J. leads the “Innovation to Commercialization” Center of Excellence “I2C”, for the Texas Manufacturing Extension Partnership.
He is responsible for providing business growth services and assistance of the product development phase from ideation through commercialization. TMAC’s mission is to work with businesses across Texas to increase their global competitiveness.
TECH Talk - Texas Style is produced by TECH Fort Worth to showcase emerging technology entrepreneurs and to promote the growth and development of technology start-ups in Texas.
Twice a week, we talk about technology start-ups, focusing on their challenges and successes. We offer guests the opportunity to share their insights, resources they found useful, and ideologies that helped them move forward.
Additionally, we offer listeners information on resources in the state that can give technology start-ups the mentoring, coaching, and support they need to grow and thrive.
Whether we are talking about funding, corporate structure, IP, or R&D, Texas TECH Talk is focused on one thing: YOU, the Technology Entrepreneur. Let us know what you want to hear on this show!
List of Incubators in Texas: http://governor.state.tx.us - type ‘incubators’ in the search box.
Incubator search in the US: http://www.nbia.org - click on ‘Find an Incubator’
Larry L. Fobes joins us ON THE DEAN'S LIST to talk about leaders and leadership. He is the president of the firm Learning From Leaders. He is best known for the Emmy award winning television show Leaders on Leadership. For 8 seasons, leaders from a range of organizations shared their experiences and insights with a global viewing audience. Fobes is a speaker on business topics, often incorporating video from the show. His career includes 30 years at Ford, leading globally dispersed teams on 5 continents for 8 different brands. He was also the Director of Wayne State's School of Business’ Institute for Organizational & Industrial Competitiveness. His studies include the Global Executive MBA from Duke and The Executive Program at the Ross School of Business, Michigan. ----------------------------------------- ANOTHER PODCAST YOU MAY BE INTERESTED IN: Jon Wallace talks about servant leadership and employee engagement: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/onthedeansli
This segment of GLOBAL IMPACT addresses the strategic link between innovation, technology, and global competitiveness. Our distinguished guest will be Dr. Amar Bhide, Visiting Scholar, Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University. Dr. Bhide has served on the faculties of Harvard Business School, Columbia University, and the University of Chicago's Graduate School of Business. Dr. Bhide earned a DBA and an MBA with high distinction as a Baker Scholar from Harvard University. He also recei
Thomas B. Fordham Institute (a conservative education-policy think tank) Executive Vice President Michael Petrilli will discuss the controversy in Florida over the Common Core education standards.
A respected national education policy expert who served in the George W. Bush Administration Petrilli supports the more rigorous Common Core standards and their back-to-basics academic content in English and mathematics that will strengthen American competitiveness. He contends that Common Core is fundamentally conservative and that right-of-center critics need to take a closer look at the standards.
On the Wednesday, September 18th, 2013 at 10AM PT / 1PM ET our special guest is the insightful, articulate, always entertaining and recently published author Lisa Suennen aka on twitter @venturevalkyrie. Lisa Suennen is a co-founder and Managing Member of the Psilos Group, a healthcare-focused venture capital firm, expert in:
'...identifying and investing in healthcare services, healthcare information technology and medical technology companies geared toward improving the competitiveness, quality, accountability and productivity of the healthcare economy. With three funds and over $580 million under management, we have deployed a consistent healthcare investment model since our founding. This has resulted in a markedly distinguished portfolio of companies and enabled us to deliver superior returns to our investors.'
Lisa has led Psilos' West Coast office since the firm's founding in 1998. She currently serves as a Director on the Board of several Psilos portfolio companies, including AngioScore, PatientSafe Solutions, OmniGuide, and Vera
Please join Catherine and Jason as they welcome in their special guest, Jay Havens. Jay has 8 years of stock car racing experience. Jay’s skills and competitiveness has earned him 10 poles, 32 top five finishes and 38 top ten finishes. Jay has earned Rookie of the Year and finished a career best 3 in the points for 2012 in the Southern Ground Pounders Vintage Series. Jay has competed in numerous divisions in his career. He has raced in mini-stocks, limited late model, and the Southern Ground Pounders Vintage Racing series. For 2013, Jay is racing in the Southern Ground Pounders Modified Division in the #00 Holland Fence Co, 110 Sports Talk Nation Chevrolet. Jay takes pride in racing for his family. He considers everyone on the team, his sponsors and his fans all family.
Jay will be fresh off a great race from 9/6! Tune in to hear about this amazing young racer!!!
See you then,
Catherine and Jason
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For 50 years we have been fantasizing about the "dream" the MLK spoke about. I wonder if he meant for us to keep dreaming....or actually get up and do something.
Poverty, competitiveness, scarcity, lack......all these seemingly insurmountable obstacles are based on our perspective and perception.
It's time to Wake Up!
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Tonight we discuss and analyze The Questions asked by Newt Gingrich in his memo to the RNC: The Challenge Confronting the Republican Party on "what the Republican Party must do to become competitive in all 50 states." Tonight's episode will also include commentary on last night's (12/27) Ben Swann's Reality Check concerning the growing civil war in the Republican Party between the Conservatives and the Establishment.