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  • 01:02

    Norm Blumenthal, Marla Williams , Perry Marshall

    in Business

    Norm Blumenthal attorney for workers and consumers. Selected as the one of the Top Attorneys in Southern California. Regular contributor on Money For Lunch


    Marla Williams life, career and business coach.  She is a pioneering visionary who has experienced tremendous success as a key leader in helping create a culture that grew a $12-million-dollar company into a $2.3-billion-dollar global corporation which sold to a Fortune 500.  She intuitively knew she was meant to do more in this world and went on to create her own legacy by building her own successful coaching business 


    Perry Marshall is one of the world’s most expensive and sought-after business consultants. Clients seek him for his capacity to integrate many disparate fields: engineering, biology, chaos theory, mathematics, physics, art and psychology.He has launched two online revolutions. He applied the 80/20 Principle to more facets of business than any other author, being the first to expand on 80/20 as an infinite fractal law of nature. 80/20 is the central lever for nearly every profitable strategy in sales, marketing and business


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  • 00:54

    You and Your Money " The Powerball Psycology

    in Podcasting

    What happens to a person’s emotional life after winning the lottery, literally or metaphorically? 


    In 1978, a trio of researchers at Northwestern University and the University of Massachusetts attempted to answer this by asking two very disparate groups about the happiness in their lives: recent winners of the Illinois State Lottery — whose prizes ranged from $50,000 to $1 million — and recent victims of catastrophic accidents, who were now paraplegic or quadriplegic. In interviews with the experimenters, the two groups were asked, among other things, to rate the amount of pleasure they got from everyday activities: small but enjoyable things like chatting with a friend, watching TV, eating breakfast, laughing at a joke, or receiving a compliment. When the researchers analyzed their results, they found that the recent accident victims reported gaining more happiness from these everyday pleasures than the lottery winners.

  • 02:01

    WEalth Creation And Preservation: "Et Tu, Brute? (How Empires Die)"

    in Education

    "Over the millennia, empires as disparate as Persia, Rome, Spain, and Great Britain rose to dominate the world. Of course, we know how those empires turned out and, by extension, we might hazard an educated guess as to how the present American Empire will end.


    In the final throes of empire-decline, we invariably observe the more sociopathic trends of a failing power, such as we’re seeing today from the US.


    First and foremost, any empire declines as a result of economic mismanagement."  Doug Casey, The International Man

  • 00:18

    Taking a new approach to security and authentication

    in Technology

    CISOs and CIOs are getting very sick of the traditional security and authentication solution landscape - filled with disparate solutions that all lock down the network and its information and make it difficult for an enterprise to share information and exchange data.

    Today, enterprises are shifting to a more risk-focused approach to security and looking for solutions that not only enable more freedom to share information and collaborate, but also focus on ease-of-use to facillitate usage and adoption.


    In this episode of the Access Granted Radio, Authomate CEO - Jeff Schmidt - drops by the studio to discuss this new approach to security, which was the catalyst for his company's recent $1M investment.

  • 02:01

    Prison Reform

    in Entertainment

    Currently, there are approximately 2.4 million Americans incarcerated in state and federal prisons and jails.  This staggering number doubles when the number of individuals on probation and parole are added.  Efforts of individuals such as Russell Simmons, Dr. Boyce Watkins, President Barack Obama, and the #Cut50 movement have brought attention to the disparate sentencing guidelines, commercialism of the prison system, and various other factors that have proliferated the incarcerated population.


    On No-Tea with Chrita and Cryss we will discuss the current prison sentencing guidelines, the efforts of President Barack Obama and others to reform the current system, and examine the future of prison reform in this country.  Please feel free to call in and share your thoughts at (646) 668-2620. 

  • 02:10

    Factors Impacting The Development Of Black Girls

    in Culture

    A plethora of factors impact the development of black girls including racism, colorism, education, negative stereotypes, identity issues, socioeconomic issues, opportunities, disparate treatment, invisibility and diversity and inclusion, recognition, and their voices among other factors.


    Join Dr. Culbreth, Dr. Denise Davis-Maye and Ms. kYmberly Keeton for an eye opening and thought-provoking discussion on the factors impacting the development of Black Girls and strategies to help Black girls reach higher ground.

  • 02:01

    Westchester on The Level with Narog an Aris

    in News

    Driving Me Crazy duo John & Laurie Wiles open WHYT Radio's Thursday, November 19, 2015th broadcast day at 10am EST with Bugsy "Car Talk" Lawlor and Win Morrow. The Hyundai Genesis 2016 premium sedan automotive  review is the focus of today's broadcast. We'll take up concerns over tailgaters,adversarial driving, fraudulent lawsuits, and gridlock, apropos with Thanksgiving a week away.


    Mount Vernon Mayor-elect Richard Thomas attends the broadcast at 10:30am EST. He will speak ad challenge the disparate perceptions and myths not always correctly attributed to him, nor his vision for the City of Mount Vernon. He speaks about those who are attempting to insinuate themselves into his administration, in a passive aggressive  manner, in an effort that seems to have exacerbated concerns in the court of public opinion, that are not fact based.   


    Hezi Aris jumps onto the national and international arena for news reporting and analysis thereafter until 11:30am EST.


    The esteemed and internationally celebrated Cassatt String Quartet has recently been appointed Quartet-in-Residence at the Hudson River Museum.  Violinist Sarah Adams will speak to us about the upcoming Saturday, December 5, 2015th performance at 1:00PM, her musicianship, and the upcoming concert program.


    Your participation is shamelessly solicited; share your perspective; ask a question, be heard! Engage us during this weekly radio time slot by placing your call to (347) 205-9201. You are only asked to please stay on topic.


    Listen live or on demand: http://tobtr.com/806446

  • 00:37

    Suspense Radio Inside Edition November 14,2015

    in Books

    Today's show we have two outstanding authors.


    Thomas Locke "Trial Run": Reese Clawson's work is mind-bending--literally. Her company specializes in global data analysis for an elite group of industry executives, and now a lucrative government contract is moving her into the realm of cutting-edge intelligence gathering. She is determined to crack the limits of consciousness--and in doing so, the boundaries of secrets and lies. But her experiment crashes as test subjects slide into a coma-like state. Reese is left scrambling to maintain control, drawing three disparate people into the search for answers--an adrenaline-amped thrill junkie with altered brain chemistry, an Italian scientist working on remote-viewing technology, and a math prodigy whose algorithms subvert 
    computer encryption.

    Will this piecemeal team prevail when a government operative is sent to investigate? As the threads of perception and reality become tangled and even time itself twists in unexpected directions, one warning remains clear: what you don't know can kill you.


    Joe Clifford "December Boys": Jay Porter, the newest employee at NorthEastern Insurance in New Hampshire, is investigating an accident claim when he learns the teenager behind the wheel was arrested for minor drug possession and sentenced to a hardcore behavioral modification center. At the county courthouse, Jay meets Nicki, a young college intern, who tips him off to a possible scandal?first-time juvenile offenders being shipped to private institutions for political kickbacks. He learns that long-time family nemeses, Adam and Michael Lombardi, may have a stake in the scheme. Is Jay’s mission to help these kids a legitimate crusade? Or is his thirst for revenge driven by the guilt he feels over his own junkie brother’s death?

  • 02:44

    As in the Days of Noah: Are Christians taking the Word of God Literally?

    in News

    Mainstream Christians appear to be in a state of perilous oblivion to the literal Word of God, which details our future in a world of epic social and societal chaos, perversion of all things, and the deliberate deception designed to ensnare all but the very discerning and astute. We live during a time when nearly all aspects of our lives are themselves embedded within seemingly disparate yet carefully interwoven theaters of war. These theaters are the fields of battle where the lines have been drawn between good and evil, although there are many among us who are intent on blurring and even moving these lines to harvest the souls of mankind, which is the ultimate goal of the Luciferian elite.


    We have returned to Babylon. A Babylon recreated by the "old World Order" to usher in the "New World Order." We are watching the spirit of Nimrod as the "Luciferian Elite" are enslaving us in all aspects of our lives - from financially to the growing insidious movement of transhumanism. Men aspite to be like god-kings. Escape judgment by living forever. It will not end well.


    Hour 1: Economist Steve Quayle & Ross Powell: The Quantum Shift of the Yuan and the Orchestrated takedown of the U.S. Dollar.


    Hour 2-3: Steve Quayle on Transhumanism and return to Babyon.


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  • 00:16

    Examining Disparate Impact

    in Business

    There are two main legal theories of discrimination: disparate treatment and disparate impact. Disparate treatment is what we typically think of when we think about discrimination. Disparate treatment occurs when a decision-maker intentionally treats members of one group differently from members of another group. Disparate impact, on the other hand, focuses not on the intent of the decision-makers, but the criteria they use. In a disparate impact claim, the intent of the decision-maker is irrelevant. Disparate impact exists when a facially-neutral policy or practice has different effects on different groups. It’s important to note that disparate impact is not in-and-of itself illegal. Under the Civil Rights Act, disparate impact is prohibited only if the employer cannot demonstrate that the employment practice creating the adverse impact is job related and consistent with business necessity.

    In this week's installment of The Proactive Employer Podcast, we'll be discussing how to examine questions of disparate impact. We'll talk about how the questions are typically framed, the kinds of data and documentation needed for an analysis, and factors to consider when constructing the study population.

  • 00:58

    GUITARIST JESSE COOK

    in Entertainment

    For Jesse Cook, music has been a journey. Sonically and literally.  His new release, One World, begins another chapter in the multi-tasking artist, composer and producer’s quest. His destination: The digital realm. To create the disc’s emotive melodies, fluid grooves and rich sonic tapestries, he incorporated technology more than ever before.


    The Paris-born, Toronto-raised Cook himself is a product of cross pollination and his guitar compositions incorporate rumba, gypsy, flamenco, Latin, Afro-Cuban, jazz and classical motifs into multicultural amalgams. On previous discs, Cook traveled extensively and recorded in disparate locales in order to foster authenticity. However, on “One World,” he opted to sonically explore far-reaching lands from his home studio while incorporating more modern technology and electronics than ever harnessed on past ventures. Cook’s alluring guitar prowess remains the focal point - expressive, poetic, evocative and emotionally stirring.


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