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Secret Wars: An Espionage Story is a suspenseful glimpse into the shadowy world of the CIA, where deceivers become the deceived and the consequences are life or death. It's a clandestine world where intricate networks of people fight a complex battle to keep the world safe from terrorism.
When terrorists funded by the Libyan government strike airports in Rome and Vienna in 1985, the CIA enlists top propaganda expert Mike Garnett to help recruit a high-ranking Libyan official, Foreign Minister Abdallah Mukhtar, to work for the CIA. As violence escalates between the US military and terrorists based in Libya, Garnett utilizes CIA assets in Hollywood to produce a propaganda video designed to convince Mukhtar he was betrayed by his own regime. Garnett's plan works—but goes sideways when it motivates the Libyan official to do something Garnett didn’t even consider.
Sharp and insightful, Secret Wars: An Espionage Story is a thrilling tale of deception, betrayal, and patriotism—and Garnett soon learns they’re not as black and white as they seem when he’s forced to reevaluate the true nature of the business of deception.
For fans of Tom Clancy, David Ignatius, and Frederick Forsyth, Secret Wars is a fictional thriller set against the backdrop of historical events. Meticulously researched, it pulls from the author's personal experiences as a member of the CIA.
This is a power packed show and we will discuss Corporate Efficiency. The Importance of Corporate Efficiency and is it important to the future of your business? Where do I turn for assistance?
My guest for this topic is Keith Simmons, partner in B2B CFO. We will discuss the :
Understanding that company issues often result in under-performance
Identify root causes and implement effective corrective actions.
The need to address issues that contribute to under-performance
Employee engagement and the impact on your bottom line along with improved processes, controls and profitability
How to implement an infrastructure that brings immediate improvement and supports continued growth and greater levels of future success
Keith Simmons / firstname.lastname@example.org / P: 631-667-1601 / C: 631-379-6742 / www.KeithSimmonsCFO.com
Joann Venezia / email@example.com / 631-320-0217 / www.ypiconsultants.com
If you would like to be a guest on P|E|A|K Radio Over The E.D.G.E. contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 631-320-0217
Burt and Greg discuss the founding documents of America and the number of terms contained therein. As these documents are more closely investigated, the terms and phrases start to lose their familiarity and the true corporate foundations of our alleged "Nation" become more and more apparent.
Join us as we review the history of the "Old World" as it affects us today in the "New World".
Callers welcome during the last half-hour at (347) 637-3632. Hope to hear from you!
"Again I say to you, if two of you agree on earth about anything they ask, it will be done for them by my Father in heaven. For where two or three are gathered in my name, there am I among them.”
Jesus points out the significance of the gathering of "two or more" believers and the power of corporate agreement and corporate unity. Whatever things the two or more agree on in prayer, it shall be done for them AND His presence is in the midst of them.
King David understood the power of corporate worship. He strategically implemented 4000 Levite priests to sing and play instruments before the Lord day and night, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. The priests fervently worshipped and adored the Lord with all their strength and might which brought in the presence and the glory of God.
Before Jesus ascended into heaven, His last instruction to the disciples was to wait for the Promise of the Father and be baptized in the Holy Spirit. What happened next was a supernatural move of God. As the disciples continued to corporately pray together, in one accord--history was made. A mighty, rushing wind swept across the upper room, tongues of fire sat upon each of them, they all spoke in unknown tongues and they started boldly preaching to the crowds in Jerusalem.
Corporate prayer and corporate worship, where two or more are gathered together abandoning their earthly desires, in unity and one accord is so very powerful. Come together with one another corporately in an expectation and with a heart yearning and longing for His presence and your life will be forever changed for eternity.
Corporations and those who lead them have become the strong and vital patrons of our culture. They sponsor and advocate for our arts, education, hospitals, and our environment. Our community charities depend on our businesses, and our businesses depend on a good relationship with their community. This week host Bart Jackson invites Thomas Bakewell, author of Claiming Your Place at the Boardroom Table, to discuss how business people may plan charitable strategies that create a win-win for both givers and recipients. It's all part of being a good corporate neighbor, and now, in this season of generosity, 'tis time to take pause and consider the best ways to use our resources for the benefit of all. As always, those who give and those given unto are each bless the other.
Join Sheila Ronning, CEO and Founder of Women in the Boardroom (WIB), a leading national organization committed to advancing women in their careers and into the boardroom, in coversation with Deb Nelms, WIB board coach and Founder of Corporate BoardLink, Inc., a consulting firm focused on strategic initiatives that “move the needle for women.” Learn about the skillsets that will help create a positive impact in the boardroom and the ways in which women leaders can benefit from executive and board coaching.