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Start with a great application process and a resume for each job you want to have. Learn how to complete a master application.
The wrong job title will extend your job search. Job skills must match the job you want. Learn how to match your skills to several titles.
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Give these 300 company CEOs an opportunity to put their words into actions. They met with the President early 2014 and agreed to do their part in getting long term unemployed job seekers back to work. The stock markets are doing the best ever. I take that as them receiving blessings for their participating in helping the country. Afterall, there are more than 25 million companies in America. Only around 300 employers expressed the public desire to help the job seekers, the consumers they depend on. Go to these companies, preferrably as a walk-in and ask for work. Carry with you a resume, master application, business card, and a pleasant card. And tell them the president sent you. I would say good luck, but I'll just say be prepared!
Joining host Kelly Scanlon is Colin Schiller, the President and co-founder at Everwise. Using smart data and cutting-edge software, Everwise matches professionals with the people and insights that can help them succeed at every stage of their career.
Learn how Colin and his business partner came up with idea, how it works, and how it's shaping people in some of the world's most progressive companies, including Walmart, Genentech and Oracle.
Schiller is responsible for product, programs, technology and business operations. Prior to Everwise Colin served as VP of Business Development for Audium where he built key customer relationships that led to a sale of the company to Cisco Systems. At Cisco he was responsible for identifying and launching new product development initiatives for the Collaboration Software Group. Colin is a frequent speaker at industry events and holds a BA with Honors in East Asian Studies from Lewis and Clark College.
Social entrepreneur Hayley Besheer, founder of Make a Difference Intimate Apparel (MADI Apparel), joins host Kelly Scanlon to discuss the line of women’s underwear that’s giving women in a variety of hardship situations comfort and confidence.
As a student at the University of Missouri, Besheer learned that underwear is the single most needed and under-donated item of clothing. Through research she learned that women in many situations don’t always have access to new, clean underwear, including women in domestic violence shelters, victims of natural disasters, women in homeless shelters, and women in developing countries.
Rather than shrugging off that research, Hayley decided to do something about it. MADI Apparel designs and produces a line of women’s underwear, manufactured in the United States in Hemingway, South Carolina. The line features six styles, and for every pair of underwear purchased, Hayley gives a pair away to a woman in need. MADI Apparel has been likened to Toms Shoes, and has raised more than $20,000 on Indiegogo.
Listen to Kelly Scanlon’s past podcast episodes in the archives.
Your questioning host is left to ponder the predeliction of the drug companies to advertise to the niche market of old gjuys to serve and protect their manhood, testoserone level, 50+ vitamins for a "active lifestyle" , vaginal creme to help his equally aged menopausal partner and the necessary supplements to help mr. winky become...MR WINKY. I stand more aware of my penis than I was as an adolescent boy...and I was QUITE aware of my penis and its many manifestations and possibilities as an adolescent. I speak for the penis in thanks to these drug companies to bring back its relevancy. And a bunch of other shit too, but you could probably figure that out yourself.
Learn the Rules & Regulations from a Master
Pharmaguy interviews Preeti Pinto, former Executive Director & Head of Promotional Regulatory Affairs at AstraZeneca (see Bio). We talk about the Advertising and Promotions Course that Preeti will teach at the Temple University School of Pharmacy this fall (2014).
Questions/Topics of Discussion
As a marketer, what will I learn from this course?
Is the learning just theoretical, or will the classes include hands-on learning, where students work collaboratively to solve problems?
Are there any career opportunities available for someone who takes this course?
What kind of background would I need to take this course?
Does Temple offer other related courses?
Every day we are confronted with a staggering range of choices and messages. Do people really want to connect with your product, service, candidate, or community? Only if you are relevant to them.
Discover on this episode of Divine Leverage - Success From the Inside Out with Host Devon Plumberg how to stay relevant without inundating your clients with information.
Too often in the world of social media people and the companies they represent forget: volume doesnt always equal value.
Barbara Teicher joins host Kelly Scanlon to discuss her new book, It’s How You Say It. Teicher is a keynote speaker, trainer and coach, and she’s has spent 25 years developing leaders in companies with some of the most recognized brands in the world. In today’s podcast, Barbara discusses the steps to developing the powerful communication skills necessary to lead others and get things don.
To listen to additional podcasts from host Kelly Scanlon, visit the show archives.
Planet Green Trees Radio Tonight 8-10pm
www.planetgreentrees.com or call in 347-326-9626
Hosted by attorney Michael Komorn from Komorn Law and Chad from Birmingham Compassion-
Contributions from Rick Thompson from The Compassion Chronicles and Jamie Lowell from The 3rd Coast Compassion Center-
Tonight- Six members of a Detroit police narcotics unit have been suspended after a surveillance video captured them taking away a box they never logged as evidence during a raid on a suspected drug house in 2011. These officers are believed to have been involved in other dubious raids on cannabis distribution centers in Detroit in recent months.
Have abuses by drug task forces become rampant in Michigan?
Joining us tonight will be the founder of Michigan Moms United, Charmie Gholson, an outspoken critic of the war on drugs, and civil asset forfeiture-
Also joining us will be attorney Jeff Frazier, who was one of the Pro Bono attorney's for ACLU of Texas during the racially motivated Tulia drug bust case, which resulted in over 300 innocent prisoners freed and the Texas Regional Narcotics Task Force System dismantled- Jeff is now residing in Michigan.
Michael's rant, news, current events and more!
On Small Changes Big Shifts, Dr. MIchelle Robin talks about the benefits of sleep with guest Ginger Vaughn, APRN-BC
Ginger Vaughn graduated from the University of Kansas with honors. She has a Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in Nursing and a Bachelor’s in Psychology. The combination of psychology and medicine helps her to care for the whole person and coach her patients effectively. Ginger has a passion for educating her patients on how lifestyle choices affect the body, and she believes the best care comes from a combination of eastern and western medicine practices.
Ginger’s philosophy on health and wellness is centered on the principle that all individuals have the ability to function at their best when they make the right lifestyle choices. She educates and coaches her patients to own their health and wellness and to make decisions that are in line with optimal body functioning. Ginger has a love for the science of nutrition and how it plays an integral part in the way our bodies heal, function, and prevent disease. As a Board Certified Family Nurse Practitioner, Ginger can assess, treat, and manage a variety of health conditions for the entire family.
To learn more about Dr. Michelle Robin visit: http://www.yourwellnessconnection.com
TODAY WE FEATURE discussion of the bogus economic recovery-with 11 million less Americans in the labor force since 2008 with author Liz Peek; Chris Arps of Move on Up.org the Social network of African American Conservatives & Moderates; The Mexican drug war violence that is headed our way.
Welcome to Bill Martinez Live, hosted by an unapologetic AMERICAN U.S. Marine of Mexican descent who knows why people come to America but demands that immigrants come through the front door and that the rule of law is respected. Bill Martinez Live waves just one flag and has no use for hyphenated hearts torn between the 4th of July and some other foreign flag. We put the United States over party politics and broadcasting our unstinting praise of this great land to 250 American cities through CRN, BML syndication and the ever popular Blog Talk Radio platform. The best answers come when we are all engaged, involved and united for everyone’s higher good.
Stifled by the endless partisan wrangling in our country? Open up a window to get sunshine and a BREATH OF FRESH AIR in Bill´s News Talk & Entertainment Radio format with great guests. The Republicans & Democrats have lost a grasp on life, liberty and pursuit of happiness for ALL Americans. Bill Martinez Live helps us regain it. Listen in to the show to hear every facet of the issues but keep your eye on God and the exceptionalism to which he has urged on America and its people. Our nation is at a crossroads but remember your solemn birthright fellow Americans as "We the People". See more at: http://billmartinezlive.com/about-the-program/#sthash.tooJ0atj.dpuf
Auntie Anne's Pretzels are known world-wide, but many people don't know that these hand-rolled soft pretzels got their start at a farmer's market stand in Pennsylvania in 1988. Founder "Auntie" Anne Beiler joins Smart Company host Kelly Scanlon to describe the company's humble origins, how they handled almost runaway growth, and the thinking behind the company's decision to franchise. The author of a book called Twist of Fate, Anne also dishes lots of advice for entrepreneurs.
Anne's journey to become a leading female entrepreneur began years before the first pretzel was rolled. In September 1975, Anne and her husband experienced a parent’s worst nightmare – the loss of a child. This event propelled Anne into years of darkness during which she nearly lost her husband, her family, and her faith. Out of her pain came purpose and the desire to persevere towards success personally and professionally. Today, Anne finds her purpose as a public speaker, inspiring business communities and encouraging women across the globe.
In 1992 Anne received her first Entrepreneur of the Year award from Inc. Magazine. She's also been named one of America’s 500 Women Entrepreneurs by Working Women, and received honorary doctorates from Eastern College and Elizabethtown College. Anne has been featured on many television shows including, The Food Networks Unwrapped, Oprah, Good Morning America, and Joyce Meyers; and in magazines such as Fortune, Nation’s Restaurant, Entrepreneur Startups, and Guideposts.
Visit the Smart Companies archives for more podcast interviews of successful entrepreneurs and experts who can help you grow your business.