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A new economic model is unfolding gradually before our eyes, but the future remains unclear. While we don't yet fully understand this new model, one thing is for sure: The knowledge economy we have come to know is changing. Author Jay Maharjan had a rare, firsthand opportunity to assess these changes while he was mentored by Peter Drucker, the legendary management guru who coined the term "Knowledge Worker." With a unique background in engineering, art, and management, Maharjan is singularly qualified to lay out the clear challenges and opportunities that both entrepreneurs and the workforce will encounter in this new economy. Through personal anecdotes - ranging from his first internship where he devised an entrepreneurial solution that saved Chrysler millions ... to his successful launching and scaling of companies in multiple verticals - Maharjan provides the reader with a roadmap for navigating the changing economic landscape.
Passionately involved in supporting entrepreneurial ecosystems and clusters around the United States, Maharjan is currently a region champion for Startup America Partnership, the White House-launched, private sector-led initiative to foster entrepreneurship. He was also invited by the White House in October 2012 to be on the Jobs Council roundtable.
This episode of "PHAT Radio Online LIVE" is one that every business owner (whether small or corporate) should tune in for. We will be talking with Elder Sharde D. Martin, President and Conceptual Director of The MIND Box. The MIND Box is a design, branding and marketing firm based in Atlanta, Georgia. She's also a dynamic minister. Through her YouTube Channel (PreachaNATL) her on time messages combined with her witty sense of humor invokes thought and inspires change!
We will talk about her ministry, The MIND Box and more importantly we will discuss marketplace ministry and its impact in the Kingdom of God! Her insight and perspective should be a delight to tap into!
Tune in for the LIVE taping. If you miss the live taping you can tune in to the broadcast at 8 AM CST and again at 1 PM CST on October 6, 2013 on PHAT Radio Online!
BlackAfricanPower! AmenRa Squad Up! Aaluja: Rescue, Reinterpretation and the Restoration of Major Egyptian Themes Vol. I is a collection of essays which seek, in part, to situate current discourses concerning major Egyptian conceptual themes within their proper African contexts. Much of the reality as expressed in the ancient Egyptian writings has been distorted due, in part, to Eurocentric biases in interpreting the texts. Instead of drawing from the pool of shared African traditions from which emerged the Egyptian civilization, researchers have instead sought inspiration outside of Africa among a (yet to be discovered) mythical Hamito-Asiatic race as the bringers of civilization to Egypt (ciKam).
Mike Dubisch, Wade Zahares, and Carolyn Watson Dubisch talk with artists, sculptors, photographers and other members of the art world. Our first guest will be Fulton Beal, a cartoonist and illustrator from the great north state of Maine.From those early days when he first grasped a crayon and scribbled all over the walls of his parent’s house, Fulton hasn’t stopped drawing. Although he participated in schooling at one of the state universities for a couple of years, he is mostly self-taught, having studied classic comic strips and cartoons at any spare moment he could grasp. Wild and whimsical, weird and wacky, his work strives to give a smile or chuckle to the face of every viewer, and hopefully yours as well. Next on the show is artist Russ Ritell. Russ Ritell is a New York native and agraduate from the School of Visual arts in Manhattan. He has been working in traditional and digital media for more than 20 years. For the last 12 years he's been employed as a designer/animator, but he's also expanded his artistic range through fine art and conceptual projects. He created a large multi-media installation call "The Media Church" about TV and the news affecting social values, and has shown work centered on the BP oil spill and the economic depression. His upcoming exhibit is called "Wild in The Streets" and opens Oct.12th at the Bau Gallery in Beacon, NY. Our final guest will be artist Michael L Peters. Michael L. Peters has drawn Comics for such publishers as Heavy Metal Magazine, Desperado, Caliber, Image, and CFD. He creates and sells Prints mostly on mythological and fantasy themes, in pen & ink, watercolor and/or acrylics. A few years ago, he was hired by Ferris State University to create a series of pen & ink portraits of their former presidents. He teaches drawing and illustration in Grand Rapids Michigan. Join us for great conversations in art!
JOIN US TOMORROW AT 9am PST, 18hrs CAT On Voices of Anakazi as we feature an AMAZING Anakazi, Irene Banda Mutalima a microfinance specialist with 17 years experience at conceptual, executive management, governance and policy levels. Her exposure spans international borders in Africa, Eastern Europe, Latin America and Asia; and across the spectrum from hands-on work with grassroots at conceptual and design issues for microfinance institutions; MF management and governance issues; interactions with policymakers; and lobbying stakeholders on behalf of MFIs.
Tonight, Pop Artist Jamie Roxx (www.JamieRoxx.us) welcomes Special Guest: Antiquark(www.facebook.com/antiquarkmusic) Electro live band from California www.antiquark.net http://antiquark.weebly.com/ (smartphone friendly website)
AntiQuark music is a hi-energy combination; an electro-technowave core twisted with avant-garde and classic-rock elements. Live performances are explosive utilizing hypnotic video-elements, conceptual lighting and performance-art dancers.
Bonnie Monteleone and The Plastic Ocean Project
Bonnie Monteleone received her GLS Masters in the Spring of 2011. Her thesis title "The Plastic Ocean Project" looked at the compromised environment for the convenience of plastics. A major thrust of this study addressed the question "If the North American Pacific gyre is inundated with plastics, are the other gyres?"
Monteleone completed her first field study exploration in the North American gyre in July 2009 in collaboration with Bermuda Institute of Oceaninc Science (BIOS) and results from that study provides an estimate of 3,440 metric tons of micro plastic floating on the surface in the North American gyre.
Currently, Monteleone works in the Chemistry Department at UNC Wilmington both as an administrator and a lab assistant working with undergraduate students studying plastic marine debris. Her team focuses specifically on the plastic marine debris collected from the North American gyre.
These samples are measured by weight, typed using IR, and are tested for persistent organic pollutants (POPS) using Mass Spectrometry.
As an outreach component, Bonnie created a conceptual art exhibit titled "What Goes Around, Comes Around" using some of the plastic debris that she collected from the open-ocean and from remote mid-ocean islands.
For more information visit: www.PlasticOceanProject.org
Follow her blog at: http://theplasticocean.blogspot.com/
or email Bonnie at: email@example.com
Steve and Alex discuss thinking outside of the box with approaching the understadning of the unknown. Shifting conventional theories and aspect on our current understanding. Hence the possibility of moving forward in truly understanding the paranormal.
As the Perkins Platform wraps up its first year of programming, Dr. Perkins will spend the next installment reflecting on the year of events in education and its impact on leadership. He will offer his critical perspective on policy and practice strategies for consideration by the education community. Join us for a solutions-based expert opinion on improving education outcomes.
Dr. Perkins is the Director of the Urban Education Leadership Program at Columbia University Teachers College Department of Organization and Leadership. In the past two years, Dr. Perkins has reorganized the UELP under a dynamic new conceptual framework. He also directs the Superintendent’s Work Conference (started in 1941) at Teachers College. Dr. Perkins is a distinguished Yale alumnus and was named a Timothy Dwight Fellow in 2004. He was a member of the research faculty at the Yale University School of Medicine. Dr. Perkins was an instructor in the Yale University Department of Chemistry and was awarded the distinguished teaching award for instruction in Inorganic Chemistry Problems. He has served as a consultant to school districts throughout the U.S., Brazil, Thailand, the People’s Republic of China and the Republic of South Africa. Dr. Perkins is a visiting professor at the University of Pretoria in South Africa. Dr. Perkins was the President of the New Haven (CT) Board of Education where he served for 11 years. He also served for four years on the Board of Directors of the National School Boards Association. Dr. Perkins served two terms as national chair for CUBE: Council of Urban Boards of Education and was the chair for the National Black Caucus of School Board Members.
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Join your Host Clairvoyant Life Coach Bernadette Dickinson for a magical, enlightening discussion with author Wendy Tremayne of The Good Life Lab: Radical Experiments in Hands-On Living.. She was a creative director in a marketing firm in New York City before moving to Truth or Consequences, New Mexico, where she built an off-the-grid oasis in a barren RV park with her partner, Mikey Sklar. She is the founder of the textile repurposing event Swap-o-Rama-Rama, which has spread all over the world; a conceptual artist; a yogi; a gardener; and a writer. She has written for Craft’s webzine and Make magazine and, with Mikey Sklar, keeps the blog Holy Scrap.
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On this show, Marie interviews people from the business and nonprofit sectors as well as others who involve themselves in unique contributions to their communities.
This week, Marie and co-host Ivor Kellock will interview Dinu Skariah, assistant director of counseling for Veterans Upward Bound, a program at Roosevelt University in Chicago. Dinu helps disadvantaged post-secondary students by assisting them in the college admission process, procuring financial aid, academic tutoring and career advisement.
We will also present a prerecorded interview by Fred McMurray, CTO and co-founder of Linked Local Network. Fred talked with president from the AIMS Education Foundation in Fresno, Calif. AIMS is a non-profit foundation dedicated to helping teachers give students a solid conceptual understanding of math and science.
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Host Toni Harris with Special Guests Tarsha Polk, The Marketing Lady, Lavon Lewis, Branding Specialist and Glenn Murray, 220 Communications - MY PUBLISHER!
Tarsha Polk, The Marketing Lady™ is an award-winning marketer, author of the book, Beyond the Business Card and a co-author in the book, Faithpreneur. She is a personal branding strategist, business coach and professional speaker who is passionate about empowering people to succeed in business and increase their income. An engaging and inspiring speaker and coach, her clients come away with a wealth of ideas that will make them better at their jobs and more effective at growing their businesses.
LaVon Lewis, one of the nation's most respected authorities on bran ding and marketing, has sat at the helm of one America's most creative branding firms, Pencilworx Design Group (PDG) for over a decade. LaVon transforms conceptual ideas into signature brands for companies all over the world. Mr. Lewis is also an accomplished, bestselling author, with his highly sought after book, "Today is a Great Day for a WOW Image!",
Glenn Murray has leveraged all he learned in direct marketing and transferred it to social media He is the founder of 220 Communications, a media company with marketing, publishing, music and" social awareness" divisions.