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Known as the Work/Life Balance Parenting expert, Ally Loprete founded the widely popular OurMilkMoney.com, the largest online search directory for parents in the world. A non-profit organization, OMM lists the products and services of thousands of self-employed parents in more than 120 cities across the globe. In addition to inspiring a movement of work-at-home moms and dads who support each other with their own purchasing power, Ally has created an abundance of opportunity for parents who are seeking alternatives to expensive daycare and long hours away from home.
Nationally recognized as a vibrant a dynamic public speaker, Ally hosts a radio program on iHeart Talk Radio with more than 160 million subscribers. It is on her program, THIS LITTLE PARENT STAYED HOME that Ally has been diligently chipping away at her mission to bring 1 million parents home through self-employment and entrepreneurship. Known for her hilarious “rants” real life business strategies and infectious energy, it is on her weekly live show that she is able to help challenged career parents deal with the sometimes overwhelming prospect of starting a new business while still running a household, and creating a haven in which parents across the nation will continue to thrive and get the support they need in their personal journeys.
On this show I will be interviewing two very successful businesswomen: Wendy Loh and Aureana Tseu, who are making waves in the field of Environmental entreprenuership. Wendy has a fast growing enterprise with Juice Plus and Tower Gardens, while Aureana (who is visiting Hawaii from Japan) is the executive Director for The Miss Earth USA pagaent. Join me as they shed light on this evolving area of business. This should be an exciting call !
"It's Ladies Night! The men have the night off, so please tune in as the ladies discuss how to claim your power and ignite your passion" If you have a dream, a goal, a passion or need help finding your purpose, tune in as Mel and Jas speak with women who've blazed their own paths and are making BIG things happen. Call in and speak with them, ask any question you'd like"
Freedom Paper Company LLC is a privately owned distributor of bathroom tissue and other paper products headquartered in Baltimore Maryland. Our company is unique from other corporations as we are born from the foundation of grass roots movement combined with the best of corporate culture and business acumen. We have instituted a new business paradigm for the 21st century as we seek to be profitable for our investors, while being conscience of both the environment and our communities. Our firm takes the approach of nature its self, never taking without giving back. We provide a multitude of benefit through our products to include small business development and customer incentives.
Freedom Paper Company LLC’s management combines over 83 years of corporate expertise in various disciplines with an uncommon blend of community activism. This unusual yet dynamic blend gives us an unprecedented ability to be both intrepid and acute to the ever changing global business environment.
FPC is currently headquartered in the Baltimore Metropolitan Area. We distribute in MidAtlantic, East Coast, South and Southwestern United States. The Company’s business model proffers unaccustomed growth potential over the next several years with the expansion of product lines and service locations nationally and internationally.
Our goal is to provide products which exceed our customer’s expectations by consistently obtaining the best of worlds, quality and economy. We will never cease in this endeavor, for we want for our customers and their families what we want for ourselves and our families. Freedom! What You Deserve!
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About Irwin Tjiong, L.Ac., MBA
Irwin bridges the gap between the corporate, medical, and human services worlds with his unique and complementary skills and experiences. He values combining Eastern and Western medicine to holistically address the ailments of today’s workforce.
Raised by MD parents in the Netherlands, Irwin’s early upbringing centered on nurturing the body, mind, and spirit with curiosity, compassion, and balance. Firmly rooted in these beliefs – and having earned a Master’s in Business Administration – he has branched out to live and work for corporations across Asia, Europe, and the United States.
After assisting in the 2004 Asian Tsunami relief efforts, Irwin transitioned to the healing arts, earning a Master’s in Science in Traditional Chinese Medicine. He is a national and California licensed acupuncturist and has served on the Board of the American Association of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (AAAOM). He is currently a member-at-large of the 2020 Bay Area Task Force of the American Heart Association and Founder and CEO of Plus Health.
Ok. So we are going to be brutally honest this week, it's tough love Wednesday. Our topic is "To network or not to network". Of course the answer is yes, we should all be networking. Our discussion is going to be based on how to get the most our of your networking. We go to alot of functions and we see alot of small businesses present. Many of the people we know are so good at "networking" that the activity becomes the sum whole of thier business time. Many of us are asked to attend, volunteer and donate to more stuff than we can keep a hold on. We are told if we attend events, dinners, luncheons, after hours, social hours, gulf outtings and so on that we will become the "go to people". Though networking is a large part of our business we really rope it in and have a set list of criteria for the events we go to, what we spend our time on and we go in knowing what we want and need to get out of something. We feel, if we are attending functions with out a clear plan, we are not networking, we are playing business owner. This discussion we will discuss the pit falls of networking, how to get the most out of your networking efforts and how to choose the best networking options available to you!
Business of Monday Money Watch[Talk] - SB Barber Morning Show talks with Mr. Joe Adams, Realtor with Coldwell Bankers Burnett - Minneapolis Lakes Office, Berwald Group. Topic: Revenue streams, Investing in Self, Entreprenuership; Are you willing to bank on yourself?
Joseph Terrance Adams is a self-proclaimed, over protective father of two daughters and prides himself on providing the best life possible for them. His writing is influenced and inspired by a spectrum of life experiences and his relationship with his twin brother, Jeffrey. He has also been influenced by artistic greats like, Bob Marley and Dave Chappelle. Joseph started writing in high school and now runs his own performance poetry series called, "Stepping Out of the Box Poetry Showcase.” In 2013, Joseph began his artist teaching career at Plymouth Christian Youth Center. Joseph leads an ALL POSITIVE, Hip-Hop based Homeroom, where the students counterbalance the negative aspects of everyday life by writing and focusing on positive outcomes.
He says, "Writing is the ultimate freedom. There is no ‘right or wrong’ in writing, only individual truth."
Entreprenuers stand up! Tell us what you do? How long you have been doing it? Most importantly, do you like doing it? This is the opportunity to hear from our small business owners. We will talk about how the small businesses are the strength of our economy.
When you own a small business or a BOP you are the face of your business. You are the person who is to praise or blame for your product, your service and your brand awareness. This means that you can not take off a uniform or pass the issues to the next guy. It means conducting yourself in a way that is reflective of the opinion you wish to build around your business. This can be alot of pressure!
Join the Business Hippies in a discussion on being our brand. We have businesses based in art and music, these arenas have alot of steriotypes about how people feel we should act. It can be really tough to live up to and in some areas, we do not even try! Regarless of the business you own, people have expectations for your behavior and you are held accountable for what impression you and your business give them either jointly or seperately. We have lots of awesome examples and info to share with you of how we got this completely wrong...and right!
This should be a fun one folks so tune in, chat in or call in!
Today on Tween Talk, I will be discussing with you guys, how to become an entreprenuer or bussinessman/women. To earn yourself money without having to do chores! It's easy to own your own business, and what's better, you don't have to work for anyone! (which is something you don't want to do!) If you have any question, comments, or concerns please call in at (646)478-0296.
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Christina- Tween Talk host
Young rappers/ entreprenuers Chi-Jas, Mz. Cha, and Cashova ask the public........
Is it too much pressure to be THE BOSS?! Why are most people conditioned to be WORKERS instead of BOSSES??! Listen to #DreamTeamRadio as we discuss being UNEMPLOYABLE!!
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