• 00:17

    "Effort Today Is MeaningFul"

    in Entertainment

    When I sit back and ponder, think, imagine what life has been like for me I feel like I CAN and WILL continue to strive to do more because I THRIVE on being BEST! Ya know, often times I sit back and read hundreds of posts on social media channels and I either smile, laugh or shake my head at some of the ratchet and ignorant as well as successful lifestyles people perceive to be great and exciting.

    Lol, money, power and wealth.....fast cars, twerking women, loud talking or attention seekers,....LIFESTYLE huh? To each its own but what does it mean? How much effort can truly be placed in bullshit today and it be successful? Hold up before you answer, you might find that it takes only a little bit of bullshit to make your mark and at times a lot of good shit to still fail or not be happy or satisfied.

    So, how meaningful is your effort today and what does it mean? Dont miss out on this great topic. I invite you all to tune in and be a part of my LIVE studio audience.

  • 00:06

    How Much Effort Does It Take To Be Successful In Business?

    in Business

    Take 5 minutes from your busy business day and listen to expert business advice to grow and improve your business with Howard Lewinter.

    In today's 5 Minute Business Strategy Howard talks about... How Much Effort Does It Take To Be Successful In Business?

    CEOs, presidents, founders, business owners across America trust Howard Lewinter's business advice to solve business problems, increase business profits and live their entrepreneurial dreams of running a successful business with less stress.

    For more business tips, follow Howard on Twitter: @HowardLewinter - or connect with Howard on LinkedIn.

  • 00:36

    Customer Effort - Is this the new Net Propmoter Score?

    in Business

    Is the Customer Effort Score the new Net Promoter Score?

    Just because research is published on the internet or in a business journal does not mean the research findings are true. Guest Frederick Van Bennekom, Principal, Great Brook Consulting, will be talking about survey methodology and design to determine validity.

    Dr. Fred Van Bennekom helps organizations collect and apply customer and employee feedback in a statistically valid manner. The author of "Customer Surveying: A Guidebook for Service Managers," Fred teaches operations management in Northeastern University’s Executive MBA program. Before earning his doctorate, he served as an information systems consultant for Digital Equipment’s field service organization. Through his company, Great Brook, Dr. Van Bennekom conducts workshops and advises clients on their survey practices. 

  • 00:31

    Curtis Harwell Discusses Is Being Gluten Free Worth The Effort and Cost

    in Fitness

    What is Gluten, and Why is it In My Food?

    Gluten is a combination of proteins found in most grains, such as wheat, barley, and rye. Gluten traps water and air in a foam as bread rises, which gives it a chewy, soft, moist texture.

    Wheat is the most common source of gluten for most people. However, gluten is also used as a filler in many processed/prepackaged foods, like ketchup and salad dressing. Unless you’ve been actively trying to avoid gluten, you’ve probably been eating it almost every day. Some people think that’s a bad idea.

    Why People Think Gluten Is Bad for You

    Most of the arguments against gluten can be traced back to the idea that it increases intestinal permeability or gives you a “leaky gut.”(1-5) In a nutshell:

    Gluten enters your small intestine.
    The gluten molecules irritate and attack your epithelial cells (the ones on the inside of your small intestines).
    This irritation causes your tight junctions — the space between your intestinal cells — to widen. In some cases, gluten also directly attacks your cells.
    Gluten, bacteria, and undigested food particles sneak through these gaps between your cells and into your bloodstream.
    Once gluten and friends enter your bloodstream, your body mounts an inflammatory response.
    This inflammation spreads throughout your body, wreaking havoc on your health.

  • Law #4 - Least Effort | Spiritual Weight Loss - Ep 41

    in Weight Loss

    Law #4:  The Law of Least Effort

    We're going to work Deepak Chopra's Seven Spiritual Laws of Success in our journey to expressing perfect health!  The seven spiritual laws are powerful principles you can use to fulfill your deepest desires with grace and ease.  The heart of this show is uniting our outer weight loss efforts with our spiritual origin, nature and purpose.  We accomplish this with disciplined soul work.  This combination generates guaranteed success.  We will work each law for a week and let the success come from within out.

    Law #4:  The Law of Least Effort - Nature's intelligence functions with effortless ease...with carefreeness, harmony, and love.  And when we harness the forces of harmony, joy and love, we create success and good fortune with effortless ease.

  • 00:15

    An A for Effort

    in Judaism

    What's more important in life - effort or results?

  • 00:52

    Take Inventory- Professionally & Personally

    in Women

    It is still early in the year. But you still have to ask “How are you doing so far with your 2015 goals”?   If you haven’t stuck with them, maybe they were not what you needed.  Maybe they are based on what you thought you should do, not on what you really need. How do you figure out what you need? Take Inventory –Professionally & Personally!

    It may take some time and effort, but what doesn’t.  If your life seems stuck, maybe it is time to look at what you need to make adjustments. What do you need more of- Success, Happiness, Creativity? What do you need less of – Stress, Debt, Problems? Making changes can put a new exciting spin on your life.  You have choices. Take an inventory of what is working and build on that. Get faster results. Here’s to Healthy, Wealthy and Alive!



    Goals, Effort, Time, Change, Inventory, Success, Happiness, Creativity, Stress, Debt, Problems, Choices, Healthy, Wealthy, Alive

  • 00:57

    Falcons give valiant effort in second half but Packers hold on to win

    in Sports

    In this episode of The Red Light Sports Ramble, presented by The Red Light Sports Network, Evan Witalison and Troy Otradovec will talk about the Green Bay Packers victory of the Atlanta Falcons.  The Packers improved, to 10-3, and hold a one game lead over the Detroit Lions, in the NFC North.  The Falcons dropped, to 5-8, but win the tie-breaker, over New Orleans.  The 43-37 victory, was a tale of two halfs.  The Packers scored on every first half possesion to build a 31-7 halftime lead.  The Falcons turned the tide, in the second half and scored 30 points.  The comeback was not enough, as the Packers offense continued to shine.

    Julio Jones had a career best 259 yards, and was a one man wrecking crew.  Matt Ryan found Jones time after time, for big chunks of yards.  The Green Bay Packers could not muster a pass rush, and the defensive backs had no answer, for Jones.  Jones left with a hip injury, late in the fourth quarter.  After cutting the lead to six, the Packers recovered an on-side kick and ran the clock out. Listen in or call the show, with your thoughts.

  • 00:28

    7 Days of Faith: Day 4 - No Trust in Human Effort

    in Christianity

    7 Days of Faith - Day 4

    Faith in Jesus Christ alone is what Paul gave up everything for, to be one with Jesus Christ. All the human effort, struggle and striving will wear you out. Tune in to hear more on defragmenting your spirit from bondage and chains of the self-righteousness.

    Key Scriptures:

    Philippians 3 

  • 01:00

    Focus Movie Review & Oscars Aftermath

    in Movies

    AreYouScreening.com and BFCA critic, Marc Eastman, and co-host extraordinaire, Shane Leonard, review Focus. We were pretty hard on Will Smith's last effort, and we aren't sure we're going to like this one any better, but generally we appreciate a good con film.

    We'll also give some thoughts on the Academy Awards, answer listener questions, and probably have a few interview clips to share. 

    It's a rough time of year, most years, is Focus worth your time? Listen in and find out.

  • 00:31

    The Art of Cinema: Let's Cut To the Chase

    in Movies

    Chase scenes have played a big part in many Hollywood films over the years. Some of the early known chase scenes occurred in westerns and classic gangster films. There's something thrilling and exciting about seeing stagecoaches swiftly advancing in an effort to out race hostile native or bandits trying to raid them of their passenger's wears or money, or bank robbers fleeing a crime only to be pursued by the police. What ever the movie needs to help bring a sense of adventure or urgency in an effort to entertain their audience. So for this episode of A Reel Point Of View, we'll be discussing the Art of The Chase!

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