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On this program, we will explore the world of executive recruiting with the inventor of the word "recruiter", and his colleague, a consultant to the industry. Join the conversation as we invite Bob Snelling of Ross-HR Inc. and Daniel Mueller of SOLID Executive Partners, to share some insight that will help you leverage this information to accelerate your own executive career.
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Tracy Johnson, who is originally from California, moved to middle Tennessee eight years ago. She has a life-long love of reading, and her earliest memories involve her parents taking her to the library to explore all the wonders there. Afterward, a trip to the ice cream shop nearby was quite a treat; however, the real delight was in getting that armload full of books home so she could dive into her treasures. Pre-dinner “games” consisted of Scrabble, Boggle and even the Reader’s Digest Word Power challenges (as well as frequent history lessons on the English language!). So, it’s no accident that in her 30 years of managerial, executive assistant and administrative experience, she’s edited and proofread thousands of documents.
Over the past eight years, she has parlayed her extensive knowledge and expertise in the field of proofreading/editing into assisting authors with their manuscripts, articles, and books, and websites. Tracy is extremely thorough and detail oriented in her work. She is passionate about helping first-time authors turn their “labors of love” into more polished and professional works of art. An author’s goal may be to educate, entertain, or simply captivate the reader. While they are in the creative flow of writing, they don’t need to remember all those pesky grammar rules from their 8th grade English class. They can rely on Tracy to clean up the errors as well as help them communicate their ideas more effectively, to make the best impression possible.
For more information, please visit Tracy’s website at: www.proof-your-point.com
Robert Hoffman, Film Editor, PT 2, credits include upcoming Lionsgate release “Grace Unplugged,” “Syrup,” from Magnolia Pictures and the indie comedy-drama “Norman,” which won him an editing award from the Woodstock Film Festival. Other editing credits include “What Doesn’t Kill You,” Showtime's "Fathers and Sons,” “The Air I Breathe,” and Terry Zwigoff’s "Bad Santa" and "Art School Confidential.” Hoffman has frequented the Sundance film festival, most recently with the 2010 premiere of "Skateland.” He was editor on Jane Weinstock’s "Easy" on the Daniel Barnz feature “Phoebe in Wonderland”, and on “Art School Confidential”. USC produced an indet film and hired Robert, as one of the apprentice editors. After graduating with an MFA in Production, he worked as an assistant editor. He divided his time between post production supervising and cutting films like the mockumentary, "Rhinoskin: The Making of a Movie Star" Hoffman and Terry Zwigoff became fast friends and edited edited the director’s cut of "Bad Santa,” together. The director’s cut was honored by Roger Ebert at his 2006 Overlooked Film Festival where it received its first public screening. Hoffman also worked with Zwigoff editing some previously unused footage for the Criterion Collection’s release of his celebrated documentaries, “Louie Bluie” and “Crumb.” Stay tuned to Rex Sikes Movie Beat for other great archived interviews, cast and crew listings, events, festivals, premieres, and more at http://www.rexsikes.com
Executive Orders are issued by the President and are legally binding directives that equates laws passed by Congress. Republicans have called President Obama a dictator for using his Executive power to create and change laws, a Constitutional authority given to Congress. There exist today over 13,000 Executive Orders used by all 44 Presidents. President Harry Truman integrated the Armed forces, President Eisenhower desegregated schools, Presidents Kennedy and Johnson excluded racial
Listen to Editor-in-Chief of Eco Community Seeds Magazine, Lorianne S. Riley, as she shares her insight with Chico Community Seeds blog talk radio, on how to live a sustainable lifestyle.
Lorianne S. Riley is an entrepreneur, publisher, web designer, photographer and wife. Riley holds a BS Degree in Business Adminstration from CSU, Chico and is a licensed cosmetologist and certified massage therapist. Amongst her many accolades she is also recognized for her Lavenderology a bath and body line, Elements by Beaute spa in which she practices natural remedies to relax the mind, body and soul.
"We hope that this message inspires you to practice sustainability in your everyday life weather it be in your relationships, recycling efforts or repurposing a household or personal item," Riley says.
Join us today on Women Leading the Way Radio as we interview "Lisa," a hard-working Executive Assistant for a high-powered CEO. We'll be asking Lisa what role the executive assistant plays in helping busy CEO's and executives be more productive. We'll also find out what behaviors are confusing and muddy in the role of assistant to executives and CEO''s.
If you're an owner or executive, you won't want to miss this radio interview as we'll uncover the "real scoop" on how to work best with an Executive Assistant or Virtual Assistant for your company or business!
Join Jennifer M Hatfield when she discusses how crafts can teach and strengthen executive functioning skills in tweens, teens and those with TBI. Listen live or download the archive after the show.
Jason Pillow (former Satanist) and an ex-military soldier will be discussing Obama's latest executive order, the push for the NWO and WWIII. The planned resettlement and internment of the population - the gears are in motion. Financial collapse is also looming. Unfortunately, unforeseen circumstances have hindered guest "Hotrod" from appearing. Sorry for the inconvenience. You won't want to miss this informative program. This is not to promote f
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Robert Walter is an editor and an executive with several not-for-profit organizations. Most notably, he is the executive director and board president of the Joseph Campbell Foundation, an organization that he helped found in 1990 with choreographer Jean Erdman, Joseph Campbell's widow. Prior to his work in publishing, Robert was a founding faculty fellow at the California Institute of the Arts; lectured widely on experiential education; and pursued a professional theater career, working for a decade as a director, production manager, and playwright. He was also a founding trustee of the United Religions Initiative and has served that organization as treasurer and as a member of its Global Council. Visit the Joseph Campbell Foundation’s website at www.jcf.org
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Host Cyrus Webb welcomes author and editor Kristina Wright to Conversations LIVE to talk about her literary journey and one of the newest books she edited BEST EROTIC ROMANCE 2014.
Thank you to our February sponsors Plural Publishing and MomBiz. Join Jennifer M Hatfield, MHS,ccc/slp when she discusses the role of the frontal lobe with regard to executive function. Tips and strategies for how to become a guide and surrogate frontal lobe for your child or students will be given. Be sure to join the discussion at our active communities on FB and Twitter too. Do you want to work with Jennifer? Visit her
Tonight the Nikki Rich Show talks with Justin Hunte ( The Company Man) Editor-N-Chief of Hip Hop DX. Justin Hunte manages the day-to-day editorial content of the world’s most-trafficked hip-hop news and culture site, HipHopDX.com (2.5+ million unique monthly readers). Responsibilities include directing a full-time staff of five, developing content strategy, editorial calendar, budget, and managing a staff of 40 freelance contributors. Works in a high-pressure, fast-paced New Media field w