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Craig Wallace joins OutTakes to discuss the Wallace Audition Technique classes as well as his book, The Best of You -- Winning Auditions Your Way. Craig has coached hundreds of highly successful actors, including Dale Raoul (True Blood, The Office), Kaitlyn Jenkins (Bunheads), Adam Mayfield (All My Children) and Steven Schub (CBGB, The Chicago Eight). He was also voted Favorite Audition Teacher in the "Backstage" 2010 Readers Choice Poll.
Visit the Wallace Audition Technique website at http://www.wallaceauditiontechnique.com/index.html
Do Black entrepreneurs face more challenges than whites? Probably. But they at least face some different ones. Robert Wallace is the founder, president, and CEO of Bithgroup Technologies, and the author of four books on wealth building for entrepreneurs of color and is working on a fifth. Soul Food: 52 Principles for Black Entrepreneurial Success, Black Wealth Through Black Entrepreneurship, Strategic Partnerships: An Entrepreneur's Guide To Joint Ventures and Alliances, and The Ssese Principles are already in print, and Crash will be coming out soon.
He says about 85% of of the challenges entrepreneurs of color face are the same as any entrepreneur faces. But then there's that 15%. And he should know. He's studied the issue for 30 years. At Maryland's Loyola University, Bob teaches "the power and the promise of innovation and entrepreneurship in the global economy."
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Craig Bergman, Religion, Politics and Culture Expert, Political Insider and Strategist
Currently, three members of Congress want to make that result the norm through a bill that would repeal the 16th Amendment, effectively canceling federal income taxes.
Craig Bergman, Political Expert and Director of the documentary express how this proposal could change our nation’s entire economy, for good and bad.
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On December 3, 2014, 8-10 PM Eastern, join Talk with Tenney for a conversation with Craig Lewis. As an anti-authoritarian, Craig struggles with the often unyielding power that is at times used forcefully to subjugate people who are unwilling to maintain the status quo. In Craig’s experience working in the mental health recovery community as a Certified Peer Specialist, he has found himself often feeling crushed under the boot of power, status and class. Craig believes that the best way to get to the life he wants is dependent on battling through the barriers that are in his way, despite the oppressive nature of power, status and class. Craig openly identifies as a marginalized person yet he is fearless in fighting for the better life he wants and helping others live happier, healthier and more satisfying lives. Craig’s favorite topics to discuss are the ‘Better Days’ workbook, punk rock, and the power of self-directed radical human powered transformation. Craig also loves talking about cats, specifically, ‘Max the Cat Lewis’, Craig’s official ‘Maxcot of Recovery’.
Craig has authored and published the Better Days – A Mental Health Recovery Workbook. Craig based the Better Days workbook on his personal life and recovery, and every page has been used successfully in peer group settings. A Better Days support group facilitation guide is currently being developed as are Spanish, German and French language versions of the Better Days workbook. Craig also has edited and published You’re Crazy Volume One which compiles first-hand accounts of people from the punk rock scene who live with mental health struggles, addiction and trauma. A second volume of You’re Crazy is currently in the works.
Craig can be contacted at: email@example.com
We'll discuss everything about the world of NASCAR including the Bubba Wallace situation. Wallace was recently released from his contract at Joe Gibbs Racing and several reports have him heading to Roush Fenway Racing. We'll discuss whether or not Wallace is making a good move and why he would even consider moving from one of NASCAR's elite teams.
Plus the Joe Gibbs Racing's crew chief lineup and how that will impact the team.
Also Richard Childress Racing has announced that Ty Dillon will race in the 2015 Daytona 500 this season in No.33 Chevrolet sponsored by Cheerios and Kroger.
We'll also discuss this past weekend's event at Five Flags Speedway in Pensacola, Florida and how this event can help short track racing and put short track racing back on the map and how impressed we are with winner John Hunter Nemechek.
All that and taking your phone calls today on Talking in Circles!
Building relationships has always been key in an industry where agents and brokers are entrusted to protect their client's assets. When that bond is properly developed, clients can feel their assets, organizations and ultimity, their families are going to be taken care should a crisis arise. Ed Wallace, Chief Relationship Officer for The Relational Capital Group, has built his career on developing, monitoring and yielding the rewards derived from these relationships. Ed is also author of the popular book, Business Relationships That Last.
Today, I'm going to dig deep into Ed's exstensive knowledge to find out, what can we do to build an unbreakable bond with our clients?
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