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Is what you care about really important to you? Will whats important to you still be important to you in the next few days, in the next few months, and for the rest of your life? Come join us as we tackle the question of whats not only important to individuals but what will be important in the future.
Invitada: Miriam Villaseñor
Miriam Villaseñor es arquitecta y gestora cultural, ha colaborado en proyectos estrtégicos de la Universidad de Guadalajara desde hace siete años, como el Centro Cultural Universitario y Uniterra, Inmobiliaria Universitaria. Actualmente ha sido invitada a dirigir la galería Travesía Cuatro en Guadalajara. Tocaremos diversos temas de la escena artística local, asi como el rumbo de la gestión cultural en Guadalajara.
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Susan Neely is the CEO of the American Beverage Association in Washington, DC. The industry has a direct economic impact of $141.22 billion, provides more than 233,000 jobs and helps to support hundreds of thousands more that depend, in part, on beverage sales for their livelihoods. Join host Michele Woodward as she talks with Susan about how she has brought her values to her role, and the impact she's made leading the association over the last several years.
Why a CEO is so important to a company and its stock? CEOs are paid huge sums of money in the eyes of Main Street. Why do firms pay so much? Are CEOs that important? Martha Stokes CMT explains the role of the CEO, his or her importance to the company, the difference between a great CEO and a bad CEO, how the Board of Directors control the CEO, and how the shareholders of the company can force the Board to replace the CEO. CEOs do make or break a company and do impact its stock price.
Learn more about how to judge a CEO’s performance and what to look for when selecting stocks for investments or position trades.
Martha Stokes CMT Read Martha's Daily Market Report
Core values create the framework from which your organization operates. Join Errol as he discusses why core values are so important in creating customer experiences.
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Listen today as Lori talks about learning your values and living by them as principles. Your values determine who you are and they may be used against you until you choose them consciously. Sometimes you have to choose between your values, and that's when your hierarchy of values is important. Join Lori Mitchell as she explores these topics while she writes her next book "At the SPEED of Beliefs."
I'd like to address my feminist folks out there with some of my thoughts.
I'll kick a little talk on your male co-workers, patriarchal values, and what is NOT an apology.
I'll also read from a blog by my friend in the social networks which I'll link to below.
I put the Rhym-o-Graphy at the end because now I'll be going into songs/tracks I did between the ages of 19-21. (I'm 30 now) and I don't want to drive listeners away with the way I address certain things in those years. I was very apathetic and literally "ignorant".
The Georgia Democratic Values Project was established in Georgia in November 2010. Its mission is to develop progressives' ability to express our values and to frame issues in terms of those values. This is done in several ways: On our website, valuesmessage.org, we provide links to resources and tools that are useful in formulating messages that meet those objectives. We send to our email list comments on and links to current items in the news and on progressive websites. We speak to county Democratic parties about Democratic values. We advocate for activities in Georgia that will help to move progressive organizations toward better messaging. The Georgia Progressive Exchange, for example, was an effort to bring many progressive organizations together to overcome the issue silos that tend to divide us by focusing on our common values (and building trust and a sense of community among these organizations). While the project was established in Georgia, its objectives and resources are applicable nationwide. A Facebook group facilitates discussion among members.
Will Feminine Power lead America to Distinction or Extinction? Hollywood has no shortage of imaginary tales of earth’s apocalyptic future. And Extinct civilizations tell us that our future as a species relies upon the earth’s change from masculine to feminine energy. Whether you foresee a doomsday or an enlightened future for our species may depend on who you believe… the fiction writers… or the anthropologists? How about both!
Yale and Harvard trained Cultural Anthropologist Bill Gladstone is also a fiction writer with a flair for the facts and an eye on mankind’s uncertain future. In his 3+ decade career as a researcher, agent, publisher, author and film producer, Bill has seen the close-up of where science meets sci-fi. In the words of Mark Twain: “Fiction is obligated to stick to the possibilities. Truth isn't.” With America at the leading edge of world influence, and the issues that we are facing today, many are concerned that both America and, by extension, mankind is reaching a “tipping point” in the ecological / economic balance of our world civilization. 12-21-2012 was expected by many to be the end of times, but Gladstone’s research contends it was actually just the beginning of a new 26,000 year cycle, one in which feminine rather than masculine energy will prevail.
Author of the internationally bestselling novel The Twelve, Bill Gladstone is a renowned agent, publisher, and a cultural anthropologist and expert in indigenous cultures with degrees from Yale and Harvard. A trustee of the International Club of Budapest, Bill has represented such luminaries as Eckhart Tolle, Thom Hartmann, Jean Houston, Barbara DeAngelis, and Neal Donald Walsh, having sold over 5,000 client books into publication. The lead researcher for Rod Serling’s TV series In Search of Ancient Mysteries.