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Welcome to W.O.Prayer’s, "How to Give a Bible Study Series!"
Module 1: God vs. other gods
Lesson 2 - The Godhead: A lesson of team work!
With so many corporations embezzling money, countries wire tapping each other, identity theft growing rampant, false politics, and even when those closest to us become less and less dependable... Is there anything left we can trust? Is there anything our there we can hold on to in which we can have confidence? Is there no longer a place or person in which we can let our hair down and not be so guarded by fraud?
Listen to this episode, as we are happy to announce... there is!
Enjoy and share!
As a business owner it is so important to HIRE people that are stable mentally and will build the business. Today I will address those over 5,000 emails that I received and give pointers on how to use or add dependable people to whatever task that is set out. Let's chat!!!
Join author, blogger and coach to women in business Sharon Michaels as she shares her favorite networking success tips. It's all about building win-win trustworthy relationships. Wouldn't you agree that in this fast paced and often impersonal business world, solid and dependable relationships are one of the best career-building tools? It's all about Women Enjoying Success!
Sharon shows you how to do business successfully! Sharon has been a woman in business for over 25 years - she is a coach to entrepreneurial women, author of empowering books for women, radio host and executive producer of not only this radio show but also Entrepreneurial Women Radio. Sharon's mission is to empower women to greater personal and professional success.
You'll want to purchase your copy of Sharon's Paperback and Kindle book, 21 Days to Living Your Dreams available on Amazon.com.
AND the paperback and Kindle - 31 Days to Growing Your Network Marketing Business on Amazon.com
Read Sharon's blog - http://WomenWhoWantToSuccessfullyWorkForThemselves.com
Disclaimer: I am the author of the paperback and Kindle ebooks - if you purchase the books through this link, I will receive a commission.
No one is an EXPERT on every subject or situation; therefore, people must depend solely on the different resources, those who should have Expert Information and it should be accurate and dependable. Let's Talk Truth Host, (and Her Guests), will examine why there are so many MIS-Informed individuals in Society today. How much damage has a MIS-Informed Society rained upon the lives of our Families and Friends? What is the biggest contributor to our MIS-Informed Experts? Why do we continue to address "THEM" as "EXPERTS", when "THEY" have caused such a Decline in either Product Knowledge and/or Procedure Knowledge? JOIN US at 7:30 p.m. (CST) today - Tuesday, August 18, 2015 by Dialing 347-843-4945 and let us hear YOUR Side of the Story!
You've probably heard many of the stories of people's potential success going by the wayside just because they wouldn't change this or that about themselves. The thug genius who chose crime over the straight life even though he could make it going straight. The really pretty and talented girl that always chose the man that brought her down instead of the one that might've lifted her up. How many people do we know that have gone in and out of jail talking about they're gonna stay out for good this time?
Sometimes it happens in subtle ways like when people do well in a field of work but won't take a higher position for whatever reason or have to find a new job because the company they worked for wants them to relocate or travel more. The woman that can't move up in her job because she gets pregnant too much and her company needs someone that is more dependable. Perhaps some people are afraid that success will alienate them from the people that they hang around with or make them a little Bourgoise?
Some people who are addicted to the strugglae call it "Keeping it real" or being "Loyal to the hood". Are the rules of the hood that you can't advance or that you can't work your way up to a safer hood? What do you think? Do you know anything about this situation?
That's what we'll be talking about this week. Check it out. Offer input. Learn something. Teach something.
How to discover, mobilize, and thank the people who make your ministry happen
You know your ministry canNOT succeed without volunteers.
You know you need people who are capable, motivated, trained, and dependable.
But do you know how to get them?
And even more important, how to keep them?
In this episode, Christian Standard editor Mark A. Taylor talks with two local church leaders who have years of experience recruiting and energizing volunteers.
Susan Lawrence coordinates women’s ministries, small groups ministry, and Christian education at Taylorville (Illinois) Christian Church.
Melissa Sandel is director of ministries with West Side Christian Church, Springfield, Illinois.
Each of them wrote about thanking volunteers in the September Christian Standard, and each of them will help you keep the people you need where you serve.
Read their articles, and join our discussion about an issue crucial to every ministry leader.
If there is one thing most people have in common, it’s finding that special someone and building a great life together. Sure, we all have to go through trials and tribulations before we find our soul mate. But finding them is one of the great adventures and pleasures of life. Today, we are going to talk about taking a look at your relationship and give it a checkup.
This is by no means a test. However, it will give you a general measure of satisfaction and provide a sense of direction regarding where you fall on these relationship issues.
These three words sum up a reliable partner. This quality represents a key in the healthy relationship wheel. A reliable partner is someone we often refer to as our rock, our shield. When you need them, they’re always there.
Success begins from the bottom up. A successful community is made up of successful people. Citizens who want successful communiites must do what it takes to build success. Residents must build up their surroundings to inspire residents. Beauty must reak through every step the citizens take. When weeds, vacant lots, boarded up houses and pot holes engulf a community the adults are not inspired and the children are not being inspired. Every community need jobs for its citizens. Citizens should have jobs with disposable income. Healthcare should not be a luxury for only the wealthy. Residents need access to public and private transporation. Residents should own businesses. Major franchises in communities should hire residents. Safe streets is a community service, as is trash pick up, water and sewer services. Cities should assure every community access to recreational venues that are clean, well lit, and accessible to residents. These are necessary elements for building better communities that will lead to wealth development by its citizens.
Lack of wealth plagues some communities more than other communities. There is no reason for any American community to not build wealth. Every city receives government funding. Government funding is in the hands of governors and mayors. Whatever you need in your city you must make your request known to government officials. Poverty plagues cities mainly because of lack of knowledge of the citizens. Citizens with the attitude to build wealth builds wealth. Citizens with attitude there is nothing I can do by my self, just committed to nothing changing, ever. Community needs can be provided by residents of the same community. Who better than the residents know what the community needs most? Think issues. Think solutions. Think who can get it done.
Like the sun rising in the east and setting in the west, there are some things you just take for granted without really giving it much conscious thought.
For those of us who have been in the purchasing industry for more years than we would care to admit, we can recall the days of frayed catalogs with paperclips and scribbled upon post it notes marking pages like the rings of a tree marks time. This was the world of a buyer when there was no Internet, and catalogs such as the Thomas Register were indispensable tools of our trade.
So what happened to Thomas Register, a buying guide listing industrial products and services that was first published in 1898?
With the same dependable certainty of day turning to night and night turning to day, the Thomas Register has become the quintessential web-based collaborative sourcing tool ThomasNet.com.
Today I will be joined by Mark Holst-Knudsen, President of ThomasNet, and Tom Greco, Vice President, ThomasNet.com to talk about this seemingly quiet evolution of a great idea and how the company is positioned to serve yet another generation of procurement professionals.
Welcome to National Scouting Report's BlogTalk Radio Show. This show will feature college volleyball recruiting. NSR has been helping high school athletes obtain athletic and academic scholarships for over 35 years. College coaches from all over the United States depend on NSR for accurate and dependable scouting reports on qualified student athletes.
Ryan Johnston will join the show today. Ryan is no newcomer to sports. He has been a lifelong athlete. He played his college ball at the University of Tennessee Martin. Ryan serves as the Volleyball Director for NSR and he is the Area Director in all sports for northern Arizona and New Mexico. Ryan has been helping high school athletes obtain athletic and academic scholarships for quite some time. Ryan has a close working relationship with college coaches all over the country.
Kari Chavez will also be joining our show today. Kari Chavez coached 7 seasons at Gonzaga University. She previously worked as a student-assistant coach at Central Washington University. Kari spent one season as an assistant coach at CWU after a successful playing career for the Wildcats. As a player at CWU, Kari was the Wildcats starting setter. She was named to the All-GNAC first team. Chavez finished her playing career as the school record holder in assists per game (11.65) and aces per game. Prior to attending CWU, Chavez played one season at Yakima Community College and named All Region and named a second team junior college All-American at YCC. Kari now serves as the Area Director for NSR in Eastern Washington. Kari continues to coach club volleyball and she contniues to help NSR athletes!