• 00:22

    Happy Black Friday: The Holy-Day Battle Between Personal and Corporate Greed

    in Politics

    Hot Button Family,


    In light of Black Friday madness, we will be discussing the demands of corporate America, and whether or not there is justification for stores to either open, or close, their businesses on recognized holidays. In addition, we will discuss the "career protester" and the infection these people use to manipulate the emotions of others for their own selfish anarchy. 


    We will discuss the following:


    1. My Wal Mart Experience (The Expectation of Working in the Largest Retail Chain in America)


    2. Why Corporate America should not be blamed for Black Friday madness


    3. No, America does not believe you deserve $15.00 an hour if you can't count my change back correctly


    4. Are these Protesters justified, and if so, what should be done?

    5. What was your first job? Was it ever supposed to be a career?


    This discussion is going to be Hottttttttttt!!!!!!!


    Join us 

  • 00:33

    Prayer - Corporate Prayer P2

    in Christianity

    Matthew 18:19-20 
    "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. 



     


     

  • 00:59

    Episode #20 Interview with Scott McKinstry on Killer Boot Camp Ads and Copywriting

    in Fitness

    In this episode the two seasoned vets explore the topics of good boot camp ad copy, writing compelling boot camp marketing, boot camp ad headlines that get attention, and calls-to-action that get more clients to sign up for your boot camp.


    Scott McKinstry is a direct response copywriter who specializes in telling stories.

    You can contact Scott and learn more about using the power of stories in marketing at marketingwithstory.com

     


    Jesse Stoddard, fitness boot camp business coach, personal trainer, and author featured in CNN Money, along with the well-known and highly regarded fitness expert Georgette Pann, owner of NutriFitness Bootcamps, the founder of Sure Victory Fitness Bootcamp Club, and creator of the famous Sure Victory Boot Camp Business in a Box program, host this discussion about the personal training career and fitness business. Along with exclusive interviews with fitness experts and trainers who run successful fitness boot camp companies, they discover why some personal trainers fail and others succeed.


     

  • 01:01

    Life Purpose Boot Camp with Eric Maisel

    in Self Help

    In Life Purpose Boot Camp, Maisel helps readers who are seeking meaning in their lives understand how, by adopting certain ideas and engaging in specific practices, they can effectively meet their pressing life purpose challenges.  He suggests that readers do three things, which he explains in great detail in the book: get clear on what their unique life is all about, upgrade their personalities, and manage their circumstances as mindfully as they can.



    Maisel stresses that no life purpose can even exist until we step back and identify, embrace, and implement the ones that we choose. He says that there is no one meaning of life but rather a multitude of subjective meanings, and that there is no purpose to life but rather a multitude of subjective life purposes.  He then goes on to provide the framework and tools readers need to sort out their life purposes and to make meaning based on their personal values and principles.


     


    “Some heavy lifting will be involved: the psychological heavy lifting of adopting a new attitude and a new vision of life and the practical heavy lifting of manifesting that attitude and that vision in the real world,” writes Maisel. “That amounts to a lot, but the reward is the highest prize available to you: an authentic life.”


     


    http://ericmaisel.com

  • 00:30

    'Tis the Corporate Giving Season

    in Business

    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.

  • 00:56

    Episode #19 Progressions, Regressions, Length of Workout, and Programming a Boot Camp

    in Fitness

    In this episode the two seasoned vets explore the topics of progressions, regressions, and programming to create a higher quality service platform to add value for your clients. They talk about different modalities in workouts, different equipment focuses, different styles of plug-and-play workouts, and even the length of time and niche focus.


    Jesse Stoddard, fitness boot camp business coach, personal trainer, and author featured in CNN Money, along with the well-known and highly regarded fitness expert Georgette Pann, owner of NutriFitness Bootcamps, the founder of Sure Victory Fitness Bootcamp Club, and creator of the famous Sure Victory Boot Camp Business in a Box program, host this discussion about the personal training career and fitness business. Along with exclusive interviews with fitness experts and trainers who run successful fitness boot camp companies, they disover why some personal trainers fail and others succeed.


     

  • 01:00

    Episode #18 The Best Boot Camp Workouts

    in Fitness

    In this episode the two seasoned vets explore the topics of programming, the best boot camp workouts, progressions and regressions to create a superior service for your clients.


    Jesse Stoddard, fitness boot camp business coach, personal trainer, and author featured in CNN Money, along with the well-known and highly regarded fitness expert Georgette Pann, owner of NutriFitness Bootcamps, the founder of Sure Victory Fitness Bootcamp Club, and creator of the famous Sure Victory Boot Camp Business in a Box program, host this discussion about the personal training career and fitness business. Along with exclusive interviews with fitness experts and trainers who run successful fitness boot camp companies, they disover why some personal trainers fail and others succeed.

  • 01:04

    Episode #22 Ryan Ketchum From Vertex Performance Systems Talks Transformation Contests

    in Fitness

    In this episode they interview Ryan Ketchum from vertexperformancesystems.com.


    Why do 90% of people fail at fitness transformations? Ryan is driven to answer this question and solve the problem. He overcame obstacles to fit the puzzle pieces together and find ideal solutions to get clients results.


    From Olympica Trials in the Shot Put out of the Univserity of Indiana, and studying Kinesiology, to transforming his own body from 335lbs to 220lbs in a little under 18 months, Ryan found a passion for fitness coaching and training.


    He founded Force Fitness, along with partner Wil Fleming, grew it into a very successful business and eventually sold it and joined the Fitness Consulting Group. As a business coach, he helped hundreds of businesses to improve. He has specialized in transformations and creates cutting-edge transformation programs for workout enthusiasts and fitness professionals alike.


     


    Jesse Stoddard, fitness boot camp business coach, personal trainer, and author featured in CNN Money, along with the well-known and highly regarded fitness expert Georgette Pann, owner of NutriFitness Bootcamps, the founder of Sure Victory Fitness Bootcamp Club, and creator of the famous Sure Victory Boot Camp Business in a Box program, host this discussion about the personal training career and fitness business. Along with exclusive interviews with fitness experts and trainers who run successful fitness boot camp companies, they discover why some personal trainers fail and others succeed.

  • 00:29

    The crap we deal with at work

    in Entertainment

    Dealing with life is tough enough but, the crap we deal with at on the job is on some other sg@#$ ! You have to deal with your crazy deranged co-workers. Not to mention your job policies and other things that restrict your God given ability to think. Then you have thse people who refuse to think for theselves I call them robots. These robots appear to be human beings but, lack the ability to think for themselves and let corporate policies speak for them and you. This create an atmosphere at work that I find is unbearable.

  • 01:13

    Beyond the Locker Room with Tim Worley, Where Sports Meets Life

    in Football

    Beyond the Locker Room with Tim Worley is a commentary-based radio show focused on the stories behind the stories of current events in sports. Tim Worley is a celebrated University of Georgia All-American running back, and was drafted by the Pittsburgh Steelers as the seventh pick in the first round of the 1989 NFL Draft. He played six seasons in the NFL with the Steelers and the Chicago Bears. He is now co-founder and CEO of Worley Global Enterprises - a communications consulting firm. Tim is now an in-demand Motivational Speaker and Life Skills Consultant. Each week he will examine hot topics in sports from a life skills and character development perspective.


    Through his company, Worley Global Enterprises, Tim travels the country as a Motivational Speaker and Life Skills Consultant to professional athletes, amateur athletes, corporate executives and organizational leadership, men’s groups, recovery centers and young adult groups and camps. Tim’s first-hand experiences “in the penthouse and the outhouse” as a publicly risen and fallen SEC All-American and NFL first-round draft pick position him as an expert on the “why’s” behind the negative headlines permeating sports news.


    Tim’s life skills consulting work with NCAA and NFL athletes, as well as his unique perspective after suffering the well-documented premature end of his NFL career due to lack of character and poor choices, are the fodder for his show’s lively content. Tim has a gregarious personality, and an uncompromisingly passionate stance on the importance of developing amateur and professional athletes’ character alongside the development of their talent. 

  • 00:54

    Entrepreneur Conversations - Corporate CrossOver Author, Wendy Kerr

    in Entrepreneur

    Wendy Kerr is the owner of Corporate Crossovers® a coaching and consulting company aimed at helping women build their own businesses. She’s passionate about changing the way work works – she’s already helped over 1,500 women re-organise their working lives and is on a mission to help 10,000 more women do the same. Before becoming a Corporate Crossover herself 11 years ago, she spent 20 years working for multi-nationals including Apple and the Financial Times, where she specialised in launching new businesses globally.


     

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