• 01:00

    12 COMPONENTS / CHARACTERISTICS OF DIAKONIA / DIVINE DESIGN PART 3

    in Religion

    TODAY AT 12NOON CENTRAL WE WILL BREAK DOWN 
    THE 12 COMPONENTS OF DIAKONIA OR PREDESTINATION = part 2 

    YOUR DIAKONIA APPEARS TO BE INBORN 
    YOUR DIAKONIA MANIFESTS ITSELF IN INFANCY 
    YOUR DIAKONIA ENDURES FOREVER 
    YOUR DIAKONIA IS STABLE / CONSISTANT
    YOUR DIAKONIA IS IRREPLACABLE 
    YOUR DIAKONIA REVEALS WHAT YOU CAN'T DO
    YOUR DIAKONIA MUST BE EXPRESSED; EXPOSED; EXPANDED
    YOUR DIAKONIA SHAPES YOUR PERCEPTION
    YOUR DIAKONIA CONTROLS YOUR EMOTIONS
    YOUR DIAKONIA CONTROLS YOUR BEHAVIOR 
    YOUR DIAKONIA LIMITS YOUR EXPRESSION
    YOUR DIAKONIA RESPONDS TO YOUR ENVIRONMENT

    Characteristics of Diakonia or Predestination

  • 00:16

    Four Components of Connection

    in Training

    Listen to Dr Sharon Johnson speak about the 4 components of connection.


    What people see - Connecting Visually


    What people understands - Connecting Intellectually


    What people feel - Connecting Emotionally


    What poeple hear - Connecting Verbally


     


     


    Visit Comtivate Training LLC at http://www.comtivate.com


    Email:  info@comtivate.com

  • 00:27

    The Following: The Components of a Following

    in Self Help

    This series is all about really following Jesus. Are we truly His disciples or are we just carrying Him around in our back pockets?


    This week we're we're going to look at the recipe for a following. This will help you determine if you're really following Jesus, or if He's just trying to keep up with you. This lesson will also help you determine if you're really a leader, and perhaps reveal some changes that you may need to make as well. We all know of Jesus, but is He truly our Lord, and not just our Savior?


    Get your pens and pads ready!


    Feel free to submit questions via contactarianne@gmail.com or via our live chat session during the show.


    If something hits home during the show, feel free to tweet it, Facebook it, or Instagram it using the hashtag #destinedtofly.


    Use this link to open a free listener account, follow the show, receive updates, etc! https://secure.blogtalkradio.com/register.aspx?type=listener


    www.ariannemockabee.com

  • 00:21

    Back to School: Relationship Building Components for Teachers and Students

    in Education

    Teachers all over the country are getting ready for students to come back to school next week, or some of may already be in school. The great thing about the beginning of the school year is the opportunity to build new or re-establish relationships with the students.There are 6 basic components for initiating the relationship building process. Building a relationship involves more than these 6 components, but these components are good for beginning and maintaining meaningful relationships with students that motivate them for academic and behavior success

  • 01:00

    Satisfaction & Validation - Key Components to Franchise Success

    in Business

    This week on Franchise Today the focus is on franchisee satisfaction and validation and how they ultimately combine for franchise success. Host, Paul Segreto welcomes as his guest, Michelle Rowan, President of Franchise BusinessREVIEW as they dive into the pitfalls that franchisors may face that slow down or even prevent growth and brand success. Paul and Michelle also discuss recent reports by Franchise BusinessREVIEW on emerging brands and in celebration of Veterans Day a peak into their recent editorial, Vet Report.


    About Our Guest


    Michelle Rowan is the president of Franchise Business Review, a market research and consulting company specializing in franchisee and customer satisfaction, as well as franchise relations issues. After working in the hospitality and telecommunications industries, she joined Franchise Business Review in 2005 as the first full-time employee. Over the last nine years, Rowan has worked with over 800 franchise systems. She is an active member of the International Franchise Association and a Certified Franchise Executive. She has facilitated CEO Performance Groups and Executive Networking Groups over the last 2 years within the franchise industry and regularly speaks at industry events.

  • 01:03

    One of the Greatest Components of Leadership

    in Religion

    Tonight we shall discuss, One of the Greatest Components of Leadership. Call us at 646-478-4713 at 6:30pm EST.

  • 00:12

    Components of a strong home business

    in Entrepreneur

    What are the critical components of a strong home business?


    How to make sure you choose the right one?


    This webinar will give you guidelines and success principles for the home business.

  • 00:22

    Grid resiliency and the role of microgrids

    in Business

    Chris Bleuher Business Development Manager, Microgrids and Energy Reliability Program at Schneider Electric. As energy reliability and resiliency have become key components of energy planning, Schneider Electric has created a program that brings together key Schneider capabilities and business units. The result is a organization that can address a customer's needs regarding reliable power, energy efficiency and operational success. A very important topic given the amount of discussion that is taking place about business continuity and grid resiliency. 

  • 01:00

    Using NTIA's New BroadbandUSA Programs for Your Community

    in Internet

    It's all hands on deck as several Obama Administration agencies and departments spring into action implementing components of the Obama Broadband Doctrine announced recently in Cedar Falls, IA. Today learn how your community can get vital assistance executing network deployment and adoption efforts. 


    The BroadbandUSA initiative, a program of the Dept. of Commerce's National Telecommunications and information Administration (NTIA) will: 



    provide expertise, tools and information to benefit communities that are developing or improving broadband services and broadband adoption;
    offer online and in-person technical assistance to help communities mprove broadband access and bring more Americans online;
    host a series of regional workshops around the country to instruct decision-makers on best practices and lessons learned from local communities;
    distribute guides and tools that provide communities with proven solutions to problems in planning, financing, construction and operations; and
    through collaboration with other federal agencies and broadband stakeholder groups, promote interagency coordination to ensure that information and resources get to communities quickly and effectively.


    Laura Breeden, Director of External Affairs for BroadbandUSA, and Lynn Chadwick, Federal Program Officer with the NTIA State Broadband Initiative, offer tips and guidelines for maximizing this newest program. Their primary mission is to make it as convenient as possible for communities to get assistance making broadband work for their constituents. 


     

  • 00:38

    PROPRIETARY BUSINESS PART TWO

    in Business

    PROPRIETARY BUSINESS PART TWO


    Your Proprietary Business is your secret sauce. Your model is what makes your business unique.  Your Business Model is the formula you use to outsmart your competitors, provide ongoing value to customers, and continually grow your business.   There are eight essential areas to a business proprietary model.


    Eight Components of Proprietary Business
    1. Margins
    2. Easy Sell
    3. Branding
    4. Competitive Advantage
    5. Quality Customers
    6. Longevity
    7. Proper Exit Strategy
    8. Identify Weakness / PItfalls


     


     


     

  • 01:00

    S3-E12 Country of Origin Labeling – Made In The USA, Really?

    in News

     1/27/15 - Learn about the shift from “Us VS Them” to “Us & Them” as global sourcing of raw materials and components rewrites “Made in the USA.” Cliff Waldman, Director of Economic Studies at MAPI, the Manufacturers Alliance for Productivity and Innovation talks with Mfg TalkRadio’s hosts Lew Weiss and Tim Grady and presents his findings on the “Made in USA” label and the impact on the global supply chain.


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