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CORTEZ IS ON TALKING THE REBUTTAL, MESSAGE & HIS TIERS OF TIERS EVENT!
CORTEZ COMES ON TO DISSCUS HIS GROWING TENSION BETWEEN HIM DIZASTER!
The Military Monday (#MilitaryMonday on the Writestream Radio Network (@Writestream)) team is off this week, as we prepare some new and exciting shows for you in the weeks and months ahead. So we will be running a replay of last week's outstanding "DINFOS Trained Killers" show with Lt. Col. John Clearwater, USA (Ret.) today at 1 PM EST. And please join us next Monday at 1 PM for another brand-new edition of Military Monday.
Mighty Midsized Companies: How Leaders Overcome 7 Silent Growth Killers by Robert Sher
This on demand audio series is a part of the Executive Girlfriends Group Vignette Series. Chicke Fitzgerald interviews Robert Sher. The original live interview was 2/6/15.
Because business consultants focus on big companies that can afford big consulting fees, and because the problems of the Fortune 500 are very different than those of midsized businesses, there have been very few books that provide relevant growth advice for midsized company leaders, or can point out where the growth-killing potholes hide. But not anymore.
Robert Sher focuses exclusively on midsized companies. His new book Mighty Midsized Companies: How Leaders Overcome 7 Silent Growth Killers gives readers the inside story on many highly-successful midsized companies and describes the critical factors that have powered their success.
Forbes.com columnist, author and CEO coach Robert Sher delivers keynotes and workshops, including combining content with facilitation of peer discussions on business topics. Robert Sher is founding principal of CEO to CEO, a consulting firm of former chief executives that improves the leadership infrastructure of midsized companies seeking to accelerate their performance.
His website is www.ceotoceo.biz/
To order the book click HERE
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ANGRYFANS RADIO: GUESTS JON DOUGH, ARP, CORTEZ JOIN US FOR THE CONFERENCE SESSION "BAD BUSINESS IN BATTLE RAP" DEBO STOPS BY TO ADDRESS A FEW THINGS.
In Why We Love Serial Killers, Drew University criminology professor Scott Bonn, PhD, simultaneously examines the public’s and media’s fascination with the monsters among us and the ways in which that attention impacts them. He writes about serial killers’ behaviors and the research—from the FBI’s original work to more recent models—that informs the law enforcement professionals charged with profiling, catching, and studying them. A real bonus: Dr. Bonn’s correspondence with Dennis Rader (BTK or “Bind, Torture, Kill”) for its insight into the mind of an especially chilling murderous psychopath. As such, it is a stark reminder that, irrespective of any deceptively benign appearances to the contrary, “they” are never like “us.” WHY WE LOVE SERIAL KILLERS-The Curious Appeal of the World's Most Savage Killers-Dr. Scott Bonn
Cereal Killers is a film about Donal – a lean, fit, seemingly healthy 41-year-old man – goes on a quest to hack his genes to avoid the heart disease and diabetes that has afflicted his family.
When Donal's father, Kevin, suffered a heart attack,family and friends were shocked. How does a lean, fit and seemingly healthy man – who has sailed through cardiac stress tests – suddenly fall victim to heart disease?
Can a controversial diet consisting of 70% fat provide the answers?
Join me as I interview Donal O'Neill, Producer of the film Cereal Killers to chat about:
What happened when Donal turned the food pyramid upside down and gorged on fat for 28 days
How fat and carb intake is connected with heart disease, diabetes and obesity
Why the fear around fat intake can be causing serious nutritional deficiences for you and your family
Can't join us live to have your questions answered? Be sure to bookmark this link to listen to the recording afterwards
A friend, a next door neighbor, or even a family member; serial killers come in all shapes and sizes. To most of us, they live ordinary lives, and have ordinary jobs, seeming to be quite normal. Here in lies the deception; we can see the physical, and not the mental. Join us as we look at three films where average people lead extraordinarily gruesome lives...that of serial killers.
The Keith Patterson Band is; Keith Patterson/guitars/writer, John Taylor/drums, Drew Jacobs/bass, Brian Mckenzie/guitar/lap slide guitar, Danny Korzelius/Lead Vocals and hail from the Myrtle Beach, SC.
The band plays their version of blues-infused rock and are gaining fans wherever they paly.
Keith will join me to discuss his career and their new album, Stone Cold & Blue.
Also from South Carolina comes the band Cortez & The Killers.
The band was officially formed in 2009 & is quickly developing a following both at home in the USA as well as in Europe.
Headed up by Cortez himself the band has relied on its original material from the beginning. Managing to keep the feel of traditional Blues music but infusing it with the Classic British rock sound their music has taken on a distinct voice of its own that is instantly recognizable as being none other than Cortez & The Killers own brand of unique electrified Blues.
Cortez and I will talk about his life, the band and the music on their self-titled debut album.
Since the early 1980s Mitch Woods has been touring and recording with his band, the Rocket 88s.
Woods calls his music, "rock-a-boogie," and with his backing band has retrospectively provided a 1940s and 1950s jump blues style.
Mitch will join me to talk about his long, illustrious career and where he is taking the 88's next while we listen to music from their latest, Blues Beyond Borders, recorded in Istanbul.