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We are living in epic times where chaos is surfacing more and more into our consciousness. But what if we looked at what is happening in this world as a cyclical events instead of linear events? What if we could look at our ancestors and the past and uncover the solutions that we truly need today to fix our challenges? Today we explore how cooperation within the human species can substantially change the course of humanity. With humanity cooperating with each other, we can create a whole new earth of peace and love. Vamonos Down the Rabbit Hole!
Today on BR on the World we cover Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation Unlike the WTO or other multilateral trade bodies, APEC has no treaty obligations required of its participants. Decisions made within APEC are reached by consensus and commitments are undertaken on a voluntary basis,21 members - referred to as "member economies" - which account for approximately 40 percent of the world's population, approximately 55 percent of world GDP and about 44 percent of world trade. Member Economies are Australia; Brunei Darussalam; Canada; Chile; People's Republic of China; Hong Kong, China; Indonesia; Japan; Republic of Korea; Malaysia; Mexico; New Zealand; Papua New Guinea; Peru; The Republic of the Philippines; The Russian Federation; Singapore; Chinese Taipei; Thailand; United States of America; Viet Nam.
in Self Help
We live in a competitive environment. Everyday you hear stories about the haves and have nots. What if there was a way for everyone to succeed through a blending of cooperation and competition? Join the conversation with Barbara Hetzel, Gina Costa, and LeAnne Parsons as they explore the concept of Coopetition.
Barbara E. Hetzel is the owner and founder of Ridge Top Coaching, a life and leadership coaching firm that engages leaders and teams in developing and expanding their gifts and talents for the world. As an accomplished professional in the field of training and organizational development, she has over 25 years of experience helping others discover and embrace true calling.
Gina is a breast cancer survivor and Certified Professional Coach & Energy Leadership Master Practitioner. She has also been in the role of a caregiver. She created Dedicated to New Beginnings After Cancer. As the the founder of New Beginnings Coaching Services, LLC she helps women diagnosed with breast cancer cope, step by step, with the emotional and physical challenges they experience, so they gain confidence and feel in control of their life again.
When you partner with LeAnne Parsons The Walk Your Talk Coach, you will work with a certified professional coach who has been trained in the Core Energy Coaching Process. LeAnne has also received Certification as an Energy Leadership Master Practitioner (ELI-P), and has created the powerful and effective “Heirloom Coaching Process”. She is an expert in her field and desires to see families discover the missing threads in the tapestries of their lives and weave them into a tapestry of love, life, and legacy. “Heirloom Coaching” is the missing thread in the tapestry of adoption.
ArtSees Diner Radio, is celebrating alongside of Global Cooperation with musicians from all over the world! We are "Changing the world, one song at a time, one heart at a time!" This motto has long been at the heart of the ArtSees Diner dream. Liz Greenwell, "No Chance To Paint the Canvas" has held a long belief that together we can make the world a safe and healthy place for every man, woman and child! Her endeavor along with son Adam Greenwell is to leave a legacy of hope, health and fulfillment. ArtSees Production team, Mary E. and Steve Champagne are please to bring you a wealth of musical talent through this 2 hour broadcast. Please support our musicians! Mary E., will be joined by Adam Greenwell and surprise guests. Sean Macleod, Meisha Moore, Paul Weston, Coumba Gawlo, Sammie Lee Hill, Fawn, Valerii Trigger, Michael Kobrin, Moody Roots, Don Cizzle AKA OG Cuicide, Bobby Lee, St Francis Band, King 00's (King Hundreds), Moran Magal, C Sharp, Ahmed Moorea , Sanjeeb Sircar and Mark Mowry, Michelle Qureshi, Red Buffalo Heart, Gregory Abbott , William Rottman, Steve Champagne and Mary E., James Clarke, Jeff Horn ,Dr. Vikas, Roseann Sureda, Fely Tchaco, Dr. Vikas Bhawardaj.
with David Long (http://myemployees.com)
As we kick off the month of October we will be looking at the Master Mind Principle of Cooperation.
To guide us in this gaining clarity in this critical principle is David Long, Founder and CEO of MyEmployees, a 25 year-old firm in the Top 1% Worldwide in the Employee Engagement and Recognition industry. His firm specializes in helping managers build stronger, more engaging relationships with their team members, while linking the rewards and recognition program to the desired goals of the company.
David believes (and lives to his very core) what Zig Ziglar said was required to become truly successful in life. He said, “You can have ANYTHING you want in life IF you will FIRST help others get what THEY want!” As a result, David has touched untold lives through the years, including employees, clients, friends and family. We will touch on point shared in his new book - Built to Lead.
Mary E., and ArtSees Productions, celebrates Global Cooperation Day with an special interview with Bill Sosinsky CEO/Founder of the Energime Organization. Energime is a bottom-line solutions provider for businesses looking to lower their operating costs and create a more sustainable business model. Music compliments of Red Buffalo Heart. Michael Dimitri.
Bill Sosinsky has been a proponent of sustainable growth and renewable energy since the early 1970s. After academic work at the SUNY Binghamton School of business for undergraduate studies, and NYU graduate school, he started Environomic Solutions, an early version of Energime, in 1977. He ran that company until its dissolution in 1981 when it closed due to an immature market. During the 1980s he traveled the world working on documentary films, many of which dealt with the issues of unsustainable development and the improper use of natural resources. Later in that decade, Bill settled back in New York City where he started a construction and renovation company. 1996 saw a move to the Pacific Northwest for Bill and his family. There he developed and built single and multi-family residential communities, invested in real estate and worked as a teacher and mentor, educating new real estate agents and investors. Bill’s credits also include teaching at the Henry George School of Economics, working for the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the New York City Bicentennial Corporation, NYPIRG, and composing and producing sound tracks for television and film. Returning to his green roots in 2005,
More on Global Cooperation can be found here.
UNREDACTED with Rachel Marsden: Lifting the black ink to reveal the covert information and intelligence around global events.
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in Self Help
“Creating Cultures of Cooperation; Getting into the zone of Good Mental Fitness”Presented by Keith Miller
Interview to Keith Miller, PCC. We will explore:
1. History; what paradigm are we currently “managing” and how did we get here?
2. What Paradigm is possible for personal, business and global cooperation?
3. What techniques build the capacity for "resiliency", in order to be present with <~Tension~>?
Pasos (Steps) focuses on wellbeing at work, how to develop organizational cultures that promote results as well as personal welbeing, satisfaction and work/life balance. Thought leaders from all over the world share their experiences in a dialogue with Dr. Damian Goldvarg.
The very first thing that we bring to the table of relationship is ourselves, and along with that comes our ego. With our ego in play we tend to protect our own interests, often forestalling those of our partner. One of the keys to developing a cooperative relationship is communication. We always hear about how the lack of communication in relationship makes for difficult going, and there are more than enough folks fostering advice about how to better that communication. What we tend not to look at is why that communication falters in the first place.
It falters, in part, because we tell ourselves stories based on our assumptions, expectations and ideas about the way the world works. These assumptions, expectations and ideas form our model of the world. That model gives us our own unique and, not unpredictably selfish, perspective. This perspective is selfishness in its purest form; it stifles our ability to see things from another person's point of view, and almost demands the imposition of ego that can become so toxic.
Making clear, authentic statements about how we feel, what we're thinking or what we think you heard someone else say can help us get in front of that self-defeating storytelling.
Transparency - If you are prepared to say the words and ask the questions, you also need to be prepared to answer them. Cooperation conveys a level playing field, and that means no hidden agendas, no little deceptions, no little white lies and no sins of omission. Clarity is crucial because even the most subtle shift can quickly turn a playing field into a battlefield.
with Cheri Ruskus and Dr. Gloria Miele
Cooperation comes in all shapes and sizes throughout the varied spectrum of our lives. In small business it’s the entrepreneurs who fully understand the art of cooperation that have success on many areas, including more free time, less stress and of course higher profitability. Join Victory Circles Founder Cheri Ruskus and Profitability Coach Dr. Gloria Miele of Optimal Development Coaching as they share their monthly show insights on the Master Mind Principle of Cooperation.
Together they will delve into how this principle can help you answer these four primary questions:
How do your passion and enthusiasm for your business easily spill out and infect others? Who are the members of the team who have your your business as one of their top priorities? When it comes to the financial aspects of your business – who is on your financial team? What are the areas within your business where your team could be stronger? How can you build your team for greater success?
with Cheri Ruskus and Dr. Gloria Miele
How many hats are you currently wearing in your business? Which ones do you wear well and which do you say you get to and either don’t wear it very well or never seem to get it on at all?
As small businesses and entrepreneurs we can tend to be too timid or reluctant to ask for help. Either we are afraid of the cost or that someone just won’t do it as well as we do, even if we aren’t getting around to doing it at all. The result is gaping holes in your business. Listen in to how embracing this principle of Cooperation is such a game changer for you as you give your hats to others!
During this show, we are going to take that deep dive into the Master Mind principle of Cooperation and how critical it is to bring on Joint Venture Partners to assist you along your way.
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4:08 - Type 1, 8 y.o. refuses to do much-needed activities
12:47 - Tips for getting more cooperation from each Type of child
18:08 - Type 2/4, 8 y.o. seems stubborn
26:12 - Type 1, 2 1/2 y.o. girl won't let mom leave the bedroom at bedtime.
30:35 - Type 3, 12 y.o. doesn't want to go to church anymore.
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