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Climate change tools rally to demand authoritarian control, while a "former Obama official" reinforces that REAL climate change consensus that climate change is not, after all, "settled science"; Greenstremists' rhetoric "heats up" as their case falls apart; Where Katherine Tempf lives in East Harlem, the environmental extremists are doing more harm than good; Barack Obama's delays, retreats, and inaction have allowed ISIS to metastasize - almost as if he has been on their side all along; The solution for a world plunged into completely unnecessary chaos? More U.S. defense dollars - now; and has Obama already won his "fundamental transformation" game? Dr. Laurie Roth and I disagree.
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Everybody knows that......you should not show emotions in a meeting. Everybody knows that.....you should look after your elderly parents. Everybody knows....... well, you name it. The shoulds, assumptions and expectations that create our consensus reality are examined and discussed in a light-hearted way in this thought-provoking episode.
We will aadd some neuroscience and consciousness aspects to the mix and this will be an episode you won't want to miss.
Join Ann and Ursula for lively discussions and interesting conversation on the subject of neuroscience, consciousness and coaching.
Leadership is the art of getting people to do what you want because they want to do it. It is the most vital skill required of leaders. It is also the leader's ultimate challenge. Host Bart Jackson invites Darrell Gunter, CEO of GunterMediaGroup, to help him lay out a consensus-building strategy for CEOs and supervisors alike. This show profiles specific tactics for uniting your team and proven techniques for inspiring individuals to invest in the group goals. If you are seeking a way turn the elusive ideal of motivation into a defined business process; if you want to get everyone on your team finally pointed in the same direction, this is your show. Don't miss it.
Steve O'Neil, MSc, has twenty years of professional experience with environmental-related organizations including executive management, adviser, corporate governance, and founding entrepreneur.
Steve founded Applied Energy Conservation Systems in 2007, which has since become Consensus Energy, a commercial and industrial energy-savings consulting firm based in Atlanta.
Mr. O'Neil has served as Executive Director of the Chattanooga Nature Center, in Chattanooga, Tennessee, Executive Director of SouthWings based in Asheville, NC, and SE Regional Director of Center for the Restoration of Waters @ Ocean Arks International.
Mr. O'Neil has also held Board positions with the Chattanooga Nature Center, the City of Chattanooga’s Climate Action Plan Executive Committee, the Tennessee Advanced Energy Business Council, and the Dogwood Alliance in North Carolina (past Chair).
Steve holds a BA from Sarah Lawrence College and a Masters in Environmental Science from University of Dublin, Trinity College, in Dublin.
Somewhere between herding sheep and herding sharks lies the manager's most effective method of gathering his team into a motivated decision-making process. Host Bart Jackson is joined by guest John Sarno, author, professor, and CEO of the Employers Association of New Jersey. Together, they discuss the workable practices for sparking the best of your team's little gray cells, and avoid letting the solutions-seeking effort fall into GroupThink default. In a humorous back-and-forth banter, this and other topics from John Sarno's upcoming book will provide leaders with a load of guidance and a lot of fun.
UPDATE: The federal bribery & corruption trial of former Choctaw Nation Executive Director, Jason Merida, has been found guilty on all counts but one count. Sentencing will come later. The revelations from the trial has fanned the fire of the numerous similar allegations lasting several years, which had been smoldering since Hollis Roberts conviction in 1997.
From the activity in the social media, it is apparent this isn't over. Instead, it is a beginning of activism, educating and organizing the Chahta people into bringing about an overhaul of the governmental entity known as the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma. The problem is, what will it look like when we are done? Will we be more unified? Or will we be divided into factions? If we as Chahta people want to make a better Nation for our children, then it is our responsibilities to no longer remain silent. Our steps to unity begin at home and community, where we begin developing a consensus of what we need to do to achieve our objective. And we do it ourselves, the real and lasting power to strengthen our nation is our own investment in what we create.
Bob Burlison, Kalyn Free and Stephen Leflore attended the trial and shared their observations through the social media. Chahta people from around the Nation needed it, but those who do not understad the realities we face living here has been polarized against them.
This is a very important issue, so please share. Time for the Chahta people to pay close attention as we draw near a critical campaign year.
United States Attorney Doug Horn in the final statement of his closing argument, turned away from the jury, looked directly at the spectators, pointed his finger and said, "The citizens of the Choctaw Nation are the victims in this case. We have not stopped our investigation nor will we rest. Choctaw people you have a lot of work to do."
Ben Carson is a good and accomplished man, but why should he be president?; Seven important outcomes from the midterm election; Perhaps American women aspire to more than receiving political patronage; "The Democrat Party will continue to underperform until it learns to take election beatings a bit more personally" - or figures out new ways to bamboozle the 51%; Obama offers not to amnestize illegal aliens, provided Republicans do his bidding on immigration; and some congressional Republicans have a way to block the executive actions, but it won’t be easy.
Join Supernatural Girlz Patricia Baker and Helene Olsen as they interview Adrienne Metcalf, her husband Josh Schwartzbach and the channeled entities named "SOTU." Tune in as they unlock the secrets of the world around us. Ever wonder why you’re here? The purposes of your life? Is there is a point to it all?
"There is a great movement afoot in your world dear ones. It is a movement that you cannot avoid. Each and every one of you are being asked, in your personal as well as the ever-increasing intensity of the reflections from the consensus, to identify yourself." - SOTU channeled by J. Harold Schwartzbach
SOTU will help our audience unlock some of these secrets and get down deep to our inner truth. We will hear from the channeled spirits themselves with SOTU live on the air. This is an episode you cannot not miss! Call in and receive answers to your questions and find the inner meaning you have been looking for.
Tune into this important podcast and gain practical information on developing and implementing a strategic plan in your firm.
But the biggest obstacle of all may be gaining consensus from senior leadership. Our guest shares his expertise on the lifecycle of a strategic plan – from the executive ‘green light’ to roll up your sleeves implementation.
John Remsen, Jr. is widely recognized as one of the country’s leading authorities on law firm leadership, management, marketing and business development. After serving as in-house marketing director at two major law firms, John formed TheRemsenGroup, a consulting firm that works exclusively with law firms to help them develop and implement long-term strategic objectives to improve cohesiveness, performance and profitability. Since 1997, he has worked with over 260 law firms and thousands of lawyers. Most of his clients are mid-size commercial law firms, ranging in size from 15 to 200 lawyers.
John is the past president of the Southeastern chapter of the Legal Marketing Association and served on its national board of directors. He will be presenting at ALA’s 2014 Annual Conference & Exposition’s Managing Partner Sessions. John can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org. http://www.managingpartnerforum.org/index.cfm/planning/
Program Summary: Nov. 17, 2014
1st Hour: Free Speech Radio News, an ear to the ground, local voices, global stories..
U.S. House votes on the Keystone XL pipeline; Senate to do same next week
U.S. & China announce carbon emissions deal; the non-binding agreement is sparse on specifics
Mexican president leaves country as news of apparent massacre deepens political crisis
Suicide attacker poses as student in northeast Nigeria; nearly 50 students killed
Visual storytelling emerges as a medium to decode Holy Land conflict
Protestors challenge ban on sharing food in public in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida
Tomas Young: 1979 – 2014
Counterspin from Fairness and Accuracy In Reporting (fair.org) the weekly audio version of EXTRA magazine.
Segment Notes: This week on CounterSpin: Bipartisanship and free trade are two of corporate media's favorite things, so when the Washington Post editorial expressed the post-midterm media consensus, "Now that Republicans have gained control of Congress, no policy area is riper for bipartisan action than trade," you can believe they were happy to do it. But should we be happy? And is it even true? We'll hear from Lori Wallach of Public Citizen's Global Trade Watch.
2nd Hour: Former Rep. Bill Otto of the Kansas state legislature, lifelong public school teacher and administrator, will discuss tax codes with attorney-at-law Bob Brookens..