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Kirk Stange from Stange Law Firm, PC talks about an article on Family Law Headquarters dated March 7, 2015 titled: Profesisonal Courtesy Is Important. This is an important topic that comes up in many divorce and family law cases.
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Episode 46 – 07/16/2014 – Restoring Professional Courtesy and Gratitude
Current events: Ebola reaches pandemic status;
Professional courtesy and what it should mean to you;
Gratitude and the lack of it in today’s culture;
Lack of responsibility in personal and work culture;
Website recommendation: Documentary Heaven
Book reports and what Terry is reading.
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Our guest this week is Anthonette Klinkerman, sometimes known as "The Colonel", the Chief Etiquette Officer of Courtesy Bootcamp. She'll be talking about what used to be called "common courtesy", although it really has become UNCOMMON courtesy. Anthonette will be sharing how we can differentiate ourselves by treating others with courtesy on the phone, in the car, in our businesses and in our lives generally. Anthonette is a fabulous speaker and courtesy coach and as much fun as you're allowed to have on the radio. We hope you'll tune in Tuesday night at 8:00 EDT.
People walk past one another and many times there is not even a hello. Do you remember courtesy among strangers? Inspite of how we feel about another person, or about a total stranger, why is being courteous no longer the norm in America culture? What happened to courtesy?
It's amazing that there's only 47 days, 20 hours and 40 minutes as we're draft this episode description until Avengers 2 hits the theaters, but who's counting? Welcome to the latest episode of Afronerd Radio's Grindhouse Mashup where the worlds of geekdom/blerdom, politics and current events collide and more importantly, the "uncanny" Daryll B. sits in for the show's entirety. The topics scheduled to be atomized are: Playstation's Powers TV series hit the net and the ubiquitous game consoles last week and we give our impressions; our thoughts about DMG Entertainment purchasing the film rights to Valiant Comics' intellectual properties; just what is all the hoopla over the Apple watch and can anyone below the late Steve Jobs' pay grade afford it?; a few geek incidentals to chop up (TV's Supergirl costume, Preacher casting, SHIELD, Arrow and Flash predictions, Fish Mooney exits Gotham, the Daredevil Kingpin centric trailer) ; Dburt plays devil's advocate (shocker!) regarding credit scores being used for screening job applicants; Chappie and Focus reviews; Univision host compares FLOTUS to a character in the Planet of the Apes (wow); in more #BlackLivesMatterOnlyWhenWhitesAreInvolved news-a young Oakland mother is gunned down while trying to shield her kids from gunfire and lastly, #BLACKBUFFOONERYTRUMPSWHITECRIMINALITY-Dburt notices that the NY Daily News provided a front page spread for a brutal Black girlfight in a Brooklyn McDonalds but the Mafisoso 55 kilo drug bust story was relegated to a small mention on page 10! (continue watching Empire at your own peril, folks). Call the hosts live at 646-915-9620.
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rack: Business Over Pleasure Feat Yukmouth and Young Noble
Artist: Rhyme Scheme
If you have been paying attention to the underground music scene, you have heard Rhyme Scheme. Having grown up in Detroit’s inner-city, and served a tour in Iraq, Rhyme Scheme delivers evocative messages through his lyrical talents that are quickly gaining notoriety. A recent reviewer of his All Black album stated, “His Tupac influence came out here in the freestyle, and other places in the record. I truly feel he would obliterate many independent rappers in a freestyle battle.” The depth of his lyrics, mixed with a fused sound of old-school hip hop with modern delivery is creating quite a buzz.
He was been chosen as Artist of Tha Month on Soundz Taight – Tha Indie Spot, been featured on the cover of The Underground Fix Magazine, BWD magazine, included in the XXL issue with G-Unit on the cover, featured in the A&R Report of Urban magazine and is going to appear in Fall/Winter issue of Blockz Magazine. The video for his ‘Time Will Fly’ single off the All Black album has garnered huge attention from fans receiving over 106,000 views in just over a month on YoRaps.
And Rhyme Scheme shows no signs of slowing down: his brand new single “Business Over Pleasure” featuring Young Noble and Yukmouth dropped at the number 2 spot in the iTop Charts for the US on October 15 and was released on Smoke A Lot Radio which airs on BReal TV. The Legendary DJ Ron G interviewed Rhyme Scheme on October 21 saying “love the energy on your tracks! You don’t hear music like this anymore.” Rhyme Scheme will be on Streetseekers Radio on October 26 chopping it up with DJ Blackwater will also be a great way for Rhyme Scheme to connect with his international fan base ‘’:
This week’s podcast comes courtesy of a blog posted by a young man studying at The Princeton Theological Seminary. He asks the question which titles our podcast: How Would Jesus Date? Intriguing to me. Even better are the thoughts he shares with us. Thank you, John Paul Cooke for sharing these thoughts and allowing me to use them in this podcast.
Born in Alabama, I was a gypsy for much of my life. I’ve been privileged to live in amazing places from Washington, D.C. to Orlando, FL, and even Minot N.D! I now make my home in the Chattanooga, TN area. I came here in 2000, and with the exception of a short sojourn away due to family responsibilities, this has become my adopted home town. (Check it out here.)
I have been a communicator all my life. Starting with theater in high-school and college, I have worked with people through sales and sales management or customer service positions for my entire professional life.
I am married with one son and a step-daughter and two granddaughters and a grandson on the way!
Philadelphia 76ers insider Dei Lynam makes a return visit to the Philly Pressbox Radio Roundtable. Jim "Chet" Chesko and Bill Furman will get Dei's insight on the "ping pong ball draft" results and how the outcome will affect the 76ers upcoming draft that is loaded with picks. We'll get Dei's take on how the season played out, the trade of Michael Carter-Williams, the improvement of Nerlens Noel and, of course, the progress of Joel Embiid. We'll get Dei's championship prediction as well. Chet and Bill will talk the Flyers new coach, the Stanley Cup playoff picture and even take a look at the red hot Fightin Phils. As always, we'll have our Philly sports trivia question courtesy of Carl's Cards and Collectibles. All this and more brought to you by shopforkisses.org the online shopping network of the Kisses for Kyle Foundation.
Before you enter any room, you would love to have the atmosphere in that room already set. When it comes to a Sunday service at Restoration Christian Ministries or anyplace else, there must be a certain energy or vibe to make that room special.
Pastor John Bazemore, Jr. gives the formula for filling the room with the tone that is needed to be an effective church and an effective ministry. It's an impromptu message from Pastor B, and it's on RCM Live, courtesy of the King James Radio Network.