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Workshop Wednesdays with Host Tony Gambone with Special Guest Wendy Nolin and Diane Williams:
Diane Williams is the author of the book Angels in Action: Stories to Inspire. She conducts speaking engagements, works as a full time freelance writer, writing books, book reviews, profiles, and feature journalistic articles in La Verne, CA. She is soon to release her memoir, The Invisible Child.
Her work can be seen in publications such as Guideposts, Pray!, Plus, Christian Journal, Living Light News, La Verne News, La Verne Magazine, Westside Story News, San Dimas Anthology, and many other local, national and international publications. Diane is also a witness and counselor to people across the nation who call the Our Prayer Ministry hotline.
Wendy Nolin is the President of Change Agent Careers, a career development coaching firm founded in 2008, and Wendy Nolin Worldwide, the business and executive coaching division. Wendy has nearly 2 decades of business and career development experience working with executives, entrepreneurs, and business owners to take their business to the next level and help them make more money faster.
Change Agent Careers, LLC - career development coaching focused on employees who wish to change jobs, change careers, or position for advancement.
Wendy Nolin Worldwide, A Division of Change Agent Careers - the business and executive coaching division dedicated to providing high level strategic coaching to business owners and executives who want to take their business or professional performance to the next level.
As an image, Etiquette and Body Language Consultant, Elaine Simmons empowers individuals to use non-verbal communication, such as their image and body language as a tool to communicate effectively with others.
She delivers insightful keynote presentations, business seminars, and one-on-one coaching addressing the impact on image to deliver new ideas and proactical tools. Powerful impressions are her speciality and we are thrilled to have her as one of our PWA- Professional Women's Alliance speakers for the month of August. The Coral Springs Chamber of Commerce- PWA focuses on enlightening, inspiring and educating our community on a variety of topics that can assist our members and soon-to-be members in being more successful in their careers and life as a whole.
We feel Ms. Simmons is a perfect fit for our shared mission and vision.
Today we discuss:
Quality of our work versus our public persona | image
The ultimate first impression | How much should we really care
How to you assist others in looking their best and staying within their "personality"
What are two of the most common Executive Image mistakes?
We encourage you to connect with Elaine Simmons:
Source Nation! Join us tonight for Healthy Cooking & Living.
Up first at 6 is Healthy Cooking With Chef Oliver. Tune in as Chef Oliver prepares another budget friendly delicious meal. What's on the menu you ask? Trio Bruschetta. At 6:15, be on the lookout for the slide show with Chef Oliver giving step by step instructions on how to make this simple meal.
At 7, Our Naturopathic Physician, Dr Julissa is back in the studio with Kathy to discuss a very important topic, Prostate Enlargement: The Symptoms and Prevention
At 7:30 Join us for Total Life Changes with Kathy B as Kathy welcomes Executive Ambassadors, Gregg and Lenika Scott into the studio to share their amazing journey with Total Life Changes and how they are helping others to have the same experience.
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Food, glorious food! The recent summer Fancy Food Show in NY is only a memory, and my huge assortment of samples have been eaten or given away. For you foodies who are wondering what’s new in food, listen up. The Specialty Food Association is a community of food artisans, purveyors, importers and entrepreneurs who bring craft, care and joy to the distinctive foods they sell. Established in 1952, the trade association provides members with tools, knowledge and connections to nurture their companies. The Specialty Food Association produces the Fancy Food Show and presents the sofi Awards (big winner was Pipcorn) to honor excellence in specialty foods. The trends at the FFS predict what we’ll find next on store shelves and included the latest of beverages and sauces, chocolates and cheeses, cocktail mixers and condiments from 2,600 specialty food companies representing 50 countries. In its 61st year, there were over 22,000 attendees. We’re seeing more foods that are organic, gluten free, non GMO, Paleo, Kosher, and Halal. Top trends included ultra spicy condiments, flavored gazpachos, beets in unexpected places, booze infused products like maple syrup, booze from the Port Morris Distillery, fermented foods, popcorn, and coconut everywhere. Chef Rachel Weston and I will share some of our favorite foods from the show (Sin in a Tin for me). After the show, please check After Hours at Jersey Coastal Live for more info.
TrueCooks radio is back! Tonight Chef's Chad and Plum talk to Omar AKA our man #culinaryharrasment he is a Truecooks soilder for life and a Instagram icon! Also special guest and Truecooks rep Marcel Vigneron joins the show tonight! And much much more on this episode of TrueCooks Radio!
is an American chef best known as the runner-up of the second season of Top Chef, which aired 2006–2007, placing behind Ilan Hall. In 2011, he had his own television program on Syfy, Marcel's Quantum Kitchen, in which he started and ran a molecular gastronomy catering company. He later competed on Top Chef: All-Stars in 2011, and on The Food Network's The Next Iron Chef, Guys Grocery Games, Cutthroat Kitchen and many more
Oro Valley, AZ – Most organizations are really good at what they do operationally. The challenge is inspiring people to function beyond operations. How do we get managers to care about the people they manage and employees to care about the organization they work for?
Dori Klass is the founder of Dori Klass & Associates, Inc., a coaching and consulting firm specializing in executive coaching, leadership education and communications training. The firm excels in working with people who are interested in bringing about a shift in culture, not just for their organizations but in their personal lives as well. For Dori, that process begins with engagement.
“I do a lot of one-on-one work and I do a lot of work in corporate settings, but the themes are the same for both: growth, trust, engagement, relatedness,” says Dori.
According to a recent study, approximately 75 percent of the North American workforce is completely disengaged at work. Employees are staring at their watches, counting down the hours until their retirement. They’re called the “quit-and-stayed” and that attitude is now systemic and institutionalized. That’s a crisis. So how do you wake people up?
“Quit-and-stay is no longer an option. That’s a recipe for a toxic environment, and given enough time, the company itself is going to suffer,” says Dori. “We’re about bringing engagement and inspiring a cultural shift.”
Dori says that process begins with organizations encouraging employees to be more engaged in their own lives, with a stronger sense of who they are and what they value. When people are more engaged personally, they can transfer that engagement to the workplace.
For more information on Dori Klass & Associates, Inc., visit www.doriklass.com
in Self Help
“If you live life the way athletes play sports you will always have a win!” - Dr. Donna Dannenfelser
Dr. Donna Dannenfelser is a psychotherapist with years of professional experience helping those in need. She has been featured on the shows Dr. OZ, The Today Show, Flipping Out, Interior Therapy, Crowd Goes Wild, TMZ Sports, and Bloomberg TV News.
The TV series, Necessary Roughness, featured on USA Network® was based on her life and has won awards for mental health awareness. She served as their Co-Executive Producer. Radio Talk Shows have featured Dr. Donna as she speaks out about Mental Health Issues. She has served as the sports correspondent to the Today Show, Bloomberg News and TMZ Sports. The New York Post has christened her the "Dr. Phil of Sports Psychology."
Dr. Donna currently blogs for the Huffington Post in her blog series, "Life Is the Ultimate Team Sport.” Her latest book, "Game On!: What I learned During My Time As The Shrink To The New York Jets," is a best seller, both nationally and internationally. Visit http://www.drdonnad.com. Also, check out Dr. Donna's Heartcockle Blog.
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On this episode Big & Beefy will be Chewing The Fat about Veronica Freeman , The "V" and the video shoot experience.
Also Big went to the New Jersey Clam Festival and he will chatting about that.
Beefy will be going on his famous rants about something. Raven was also back in NY!!!
The Top Five will be your Favorite Nostalgic Candy!!!
What will The Food Fight Be?
Food news is on the horizon also as well as our loyal callers......
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Start the week out right with Reinvention Radio! Today we have a guest with a reinvention story that is sure to put a smile on your face and light the spark of your inner creativity! Nina Fitzhugh went from working in the field of dentistry and making ends meet on life's treadmill to forging her own path in life as a talented entrepreneur and owner of a successful, growing business! Nina Fitzhugh combined her talents, creativity, ambitions, and good sense to build a life for herself and her family, which has allowed Nina to have her "Cake & Eat It Too!" Don't miss this amazing reinvention!
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Be sure to tune in Wednesday, May 27th at 3:00pm to hear our interview with Ben & Jack's Steak House Executive Chef Admir Alibasic.
Admir Alibasic began working as a dishwasher at Ben & Jack's Steak House in high school. Watching the chef and line cooks work in the restaurant stoked his desire to become a chef. Alibasic's great passion for cooking led him to seek knowledge, learning cooking techniques from top chefs in the steakhouse industry and developing his eye for beef. Over time, he worked his way up through different roles in the kitchen starting with prep for dinner service to a line cook to specialist chef. Finally, as his skill set, confidence and creative ability became apparent, he was named Executive Chef of Ben & Jack's Steak House. While exploring and excelling in the kitchen, Alibasic also pursued a Bachelor's of Science degree from Hunter College where he majored in food science.He has been featured in multiple magazines, newspapers, radio interviews and television shows. Alibasic enjoys donating his time for charity events and has participated in over a dozen different events.
For more information about Chef Admir, visit: https://chefsroll.com/admiralibasic
For more information about Ben & Jack’s Steak House, visit: http://benandjackssteakhouse.com/
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Show Schedule for 8-3-2015
Topic 1 - Planned Parenthood . Liberals and abortions rights advocates insist that the videos are selectively edited to smear Planned Parenthood, which has been targeted repeatedly by political attacks in recent years.CPT will continue to expose the criminals at Planned Parenthood. (15 minute segement)
Topic 2- Climate Change. Today's environmentalists — the kind who look at “climate change” as a religion preaching that non-believers will burn in hell — have won; Appalachian jobs, people, communities and families have lost.We all used to be in this together, cleaning up pollution and litter, punishing companies that did bad things in the night — but retaining the industries that provided jobs that kept generations of families together in the communities where they lived. How can we return to that here in 2015? (30 minute segment)
Topic 3 -Will Joe Biden jump in the race for The White House? Trump gains momentum. (20 minute segment)
Topic 4 -The American middle class is dying.Last year eight Americans . the four Waltons of Walmart fame, the two Koch brothers, Bill Gates, and Warren Buffett — made more money than 3.6 million American minimum-wage workers combined. The median pay for CEOs at America’s large corporations rose to $10 million per year, while a typical chief executive now makes about 257 times the average worker’s salary, up sharply from 181 times in 2009.
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