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  • 00:30

    CU 1985

    in Marketing

    CEO Anabela Pereira Grenier has been working at Pioneer Valley Credit Union since 1985. She has seen two waves of techological advancements impact her brand and the banking marketplace. We will ask her about her career, what she has learned  from the journey and what she thinks the future holds for her Credit Union. 

  • 01:00

    Fight for the Living

    in Finance

    April 28th has been proclaimed Workers Memorial Day. It is a day set aside to remember workers killed in incidents at work, or by diseases, disabilities or injuries caused by work.


    All too often we fail to plan for the aftermath of an accident. We may have insurance, such as health insurance, to take care of the current medical bills. But what of long-term care, or a long rehabilitation time when you cannot draw a paycheck? Are you prepared with short and long-term disability insurance? Will the incident be considered an OSHA incident and send you to unfamiliar doctors with long waiting periods?


    We will discuss many ideas that can help rebuild your financial life, plus precautionary measures that could be taken to soften the financial impact.


    Your Money Your Matters focuses on how to achieve greater financial security. We discuss everything from debt management to life experiences. We explore what tools are available to help consumers better manage their personal finances, and we answer your personal questions.


    Your Money. Your Matters is a weekly show broadcasting every Tuesday from 11 a.m. to noon Central Time, featuring radio personalities Rick Grady, Cornerstone Credit Union League; and Jenny Stewart, Consumer Credit Counseling Services.


    Each month, we discuss financial issues that are most importance to consumers. Tune in; share your thoughts; and gain helpful advice.


    http://www.blogtalkradio.com/money_matters

  • 00:28

    Sunday night Sortment of Songs

    in History

    “Forgotten music on 78 records" by Curt Hahn


     Sunday night Sortment of Songs


    Podcast link


    For information on the background of the songs, Requests or contacting Curt Hahn, write to www.Facebook.com/s3productions1 or Forgotten Music on 78 records or oscssw@juno.com


    ALL credit is due to the Artists, Companies, locations and everyone else.


    All on Shellac 10” 78 RPM


    Andrews Sisters His Feet Too Big For De Bed


    Label: Decca Personality Series 23860   1947 


    A: His Feet Too Big For De Bed


    Written Dick Sanford, Hernandez Brana, Sammy Mysels


    Jack, Jack, Jack (Cu-Tu-Gu-Ru)


    Written Armando Castro, Joe Davis


    Orchestra Vic Schoen & Orchestra


    Victor "Vic" Schoen was an American bandleader, arranger, and composer whose career spanned from the 1930s until his death in 2000. He furnished music for some of the most successful persons in show business including Benny Goodman, Glenn Miller, Count Basie, Tommy Dorsey, Harry James, Les Brown, Woody Herman, Gene Krupa, and the Andrew Sisters.


     Let’s take the long way home


    Victor Records D4vb1054 11/23/44 Foxtrot


    Written by Johnny Mercer & Harold Arlen


    Vocals by Imogene Lynn


    Paramount Pictures “Here comes the Waves”  


    Lady Day


    D4vb1053 11/23/44


    Written Jimmy Mundy


    Roundup Records APS 768


    Dude Martin and his Round-Up Gang:  Oklahoma Sweetheart


    APS 400 1003 


    Dude Martin and his Round-Up Gang:  Cool Water


    As you may know, much rockabilly originated not in Nashville, but the Sacramento Valley and the San Joaquin Valley in California. http://tenwatts.blogspot.com/2006/07/unrecorded-cowboy.html


    Sons of the pioneers cool water 

  • 01:01

    Early Childhood Financial Education

    in Finance

    Annually celebrated on April 21, it is National Kindergarten Day.  This day honors Friedrich Froebel, who was born on April 21, 1782 and started the very first Kindergarten in Germany in 1837.


    Friedrich Wilhelm August Froebel was a German teacher who laid the foundation for modern education based on the recognition that children have unique needs and capabilities. He created the concept of the “kindergarten” and coined the word “kindergarten” now used in German and English. His goal was that children should be taken care of and nourished in “children’s gardens” like plants in an orchard. He also developed the educational toys known as Froebel Gifts that included geometric building blocks and pattern activity blocks.


    As building blocks in life, financial literacy and education is important at an early age, as young as four and five. Why? Because good habits built early last a lifetime. And today we will discuss this early education development.


    Your Money Your Matters focuses on how to achieve greater financial security. We discuss everything from debt management to life experiences. We explore what tools are available to help consumers better manage their personal finances, and we answer your personal questions.


    Your Money. Your Matters is a weekly show broadcasting every Tuesday from 11 a.m. to noon Central Time, featuring radio personalities Rick Grady, Cornerstone Credit Union League; and Jenny Stewart, Consumer Credit Counseling Services.


    Each month, we discuss financial issues that are most importance to consumers. Tune in; share your thoughts; and gain helpful advice

  • 00:31

    No Esconda La Luz.

    in The Bible

    ¿Qué es la luz?  ¿Tiene algo que ver con electricidad?  ¿Cuál es la luz que no debemos esconder?  ¿Cómo la obtenemos?  En el programa de hoy, vamos a hablar sobre la luz verdadera, como la obtenemos, y por qué no la debemos esconder.

  • 00:28

    Practice Perform Review Repeat

    in Marketing

    It is a mostly music show to close out the month of April as we spin some great tunes and talk about things you won't hear at the numerous CU conferences this year. Join us for a fun show that will strike the balance between information and entertainment. Better than a webinar, conference quality info without the trip to the expense report. 

  • 00:38

    CUES Next Top CU Exec

    in Marketing

    We are scheduled to have Chuck Fagan, CEO of CUES and the lastest winner of the Next Top CU Exec winner Alex Castley of Integris Credit Union in Canada. The CUES Next Top CU Exec has been one of the best and most innovative programs in recent years in the CU Marketplace. Join us as we talk CUES and the Future of the CU Marketplace.

  • 00:30

    CU On Campus

    in Marketing

    Join us this week as we visit with Leah Esslinger-Sprowl from Holy Rosary Credit Union. She will be talking to us about HRCU's student branch and the observations she has made working with generation next. Putting you brand at the center of the next generation of car and home buyers is smart and forward thinking. Leah will tell us all about it. This is a must hear show!

  • 00:39

    The BYGP Locker Room Show (Ryan Sutter)

    in Football

    Many times our lives can take us on some extraordinary journey's! Just ask Ryan Sutter, who became America's favorite bachelor on the inagural season of the Bachelorette, when he was the lucky man given the opportunity to put a ring on Trista Rehn's wedding finger.


    However, most don't know, that before Ryan was everyones favorite husband, he was a menacing defensive back in the BIG XII, for the Colorado Buffaloes. Ryan, was actually good enough to become an all-league player and get drafted in the fifth round by the Baltimore Ravens.


    There are many lessons we can learn from former players like Ryan Sutter, that can help us along our journey to find football and life success. Tune into this episode of the BYGP Locker Room Show, to hear Ryan's story and pick up on his words of wisdom. Don't miss out!


    -BYGP

  • 01:01

    Your Money - Keep It

    in Finance

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  • 00:20

    Joe Bertotto -Building Enduring Significance through Your Strengths

    in Management



    My CU Services LLC helps credit unions and other organizations develop high care, high performance and high accountability

    cultures.

    Questions discussed:



    Can you limit yourself by only playing to your strengths?


    We’ve always been taught to be well-wounded, isn’t that a good idea?


    Are you saying we should ignore our weaknesses?

    Contact info:



    jbertotto@mycuservices.com