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Fiona Boyes came to Memphis in 2003 for the 19 IBC and ended the week as the first non-American and first woman to walk away with first place the Challenge as she won the Solo/Duo Challenge.
She has been at the top of her game ever since. Fiona has been called the best female blues guitarist since Memphis Minnie by Pinetop Perkins and others. Ms. Boyes has been honored with 4 Blues Music Award nominations and she will sit with me and discuss her life and career and what winning the IBC did for her career.
Then Bruce Andrews and George Dudley will take their seats on The Couch to discuss their journey to Memphis in 2004 when they took the top spot in the 20th IBC as 2Blu.
They continue to play together as a duo and with their full band 2Blu & The Lucky Stiffs bringing a blend of blues, rock, funk and gospel to music lovers around Birmingham and beyond.
Finally, Diunna Greenleaf will come to talk about winning the Band Challenge in the 21 IBC in 2005 with her band Diunna Greenleaf & Blue Mercy.
How did she and the band prepared beforehand, what impact did winning have on her career and how does she feel about being nominated for this year’s Koko Taylor Award in the Blues Music Awards.
Annie Greenleaf, interfaith minister, author, designer, and entrepreneur, is a great believer in giving love and comfort to others. Trained in world religions, she ministered to women who lost a loved one in 9/11 and works aiding women with cancer. She is passionate about teaching us how to create harmony using affirmations, and created a specialty line of inspirational products under her Create Harmony label including socks, pajamas, paper goods, and more. She also founded Synchronized Women, a women's spiritual group that quickly grew to include How to Create Harmony® In Your Life spiritual conferences and workshops for women. Visit Annie's website at www.createharmony.com.
Grief Diaries hosts Lynda Cheldelin Fell & Angie Cartwright invite listeners to share the evening with Annie on Wednesday, November 5, 2014, at 6:00 pm pacific / 9 pm eastern. Listeners are welcome to call the live broadcast at 855-345-4718.
For show information, visit www.griefdiaries.com.
In taking your prospects from resistant to sharing what’s really going on within their organizations to ready to share confidential information, salespeople must develop a certain amount of trust with their prospect. Join us for this thoughtful interview with Maxine Attong about how to create a safe space for your prospects and clients.
Maxine Attong is passionate about writing, facilitation and coaching. She believes that these skills allow her to live her personal mission statement “To enhance the lives of the people with whom I make contact”
Attong is a Certified Management Accountant with over 20 years qualified experience in a range of industries—gas and oil, financial services, retail and manufacturing.
She is a Certified Professional Facilitator and a Certified Evidence Based Coach, and uses the magic of coaching to provide safe and confidential environments in which clients can achieve business or personal goals. Maxine’s coaching style is based on the concepts of positive psychology. She specializes in transition which she defines as “moving clients from where they are to where they want to be”. In business, this translates to working with recent promotions, new hires (on boarding), and employees who may present an organizational challenge or executive coaching.
Maxine is the also the author of two books – Change or Die and Lead Your Team To Win (GreenLeaf 2014). “Lead Your Team To Win” shares an alternate leadership style that she developed after many years of leading and observing others lead teams. She suggests that employee’s will achieve optimal performance when leaders provide a safe space within which they can take risks.
Join us for more discussion the roots of violence with Dr. Eric Greenleaf, psychologist.
Enjoy our continuing discussion with Dr. Eric Greenleaf, clinical psychologist, on the topics of power and violence. We enjoyed our first segment with Dr. Greenleaf and very much look forward to more.
Join us for an interview with psychologist, Dr. Eric Greenleaf, as we continue our exploration of the existential, historical, and cultural roots of violence. Our host, Dr. Kevin Boileau continues our ongoing conversation with the conceptual tools of phenomenology, critical theory, and psychoanalysis, and looks forward to the thoughts of Dr. Greenleaf.
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Tanya Hall, CEO of Greenleaf Publishing discusses the top reasons why a book should be part of your marketing plan:
Increase clients and revenue
Establish a brand
Create separation from competitors
Greenleaf’s unique hybrid publishing model combines the most powerful benefits of traditional publishing with all the perks of self-publishing—while eliminating the biggest downfalls of both.
Tim Rode literally took crushed and chopped candy and turned it into a million dollar business. Rode is the founder and president of TR Toppers a company that sells chopped and crushed candy pieces to be repurposed in other foods and desserts. Hear his thoughts on how such a simple concept could become such a massive success.