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  • 01:03

    Moorish-Americans Launch Footwear Company!!!

    in Religion

    TUNE IN TONIGHT TO GET THE DETAILS ON OUR VERY MOORISH-AMERICAN OWNED AND OPERATED FOOTWEAR COMPANY!!! CALL US AT 646-478-4713 at 6:30pm EST on 5/19/14. 

  • 00:09

    EspreeNet News - Episode 0416

    in News

    On this program: Beech-Nut Nutrition has recalled about 1,920 pounds of baby food, Teachers more likely to label black students as troublemakers, study finds, Snoop invests in pot delivery start-up 'Eaze', Gun violence costs taxpayers $229 BILLION each year, Sandal that expands by five sizes could end of children's footwear, This week in court and much more.    

  • 00:44

    EspreeNet News - Episode 0416

    in News

     


    On this program: Beech-Nut Nutrition has recalled about 1,920 pounds of baby food, Teachers more likely to label black students as troublemakers, study finds, Snoop invests in pot delivery start-up 'Eaze', Gun violence costs taxpayers $229 BILLION each year, Sandal that expands by five sizes could end of children's footwear, This week in court and much more.    

  • 02:01

    Brian Smith: How Devotion, Spirituality & Tenacity Created The UGG Brand

    in Spirituality

    This week we are interviewing the fun, entertaining and extraordinary Brian Smith. Brian was born in Australia, where he developed his love of surfing. A chartered accountant, he studied at the UCLA Graduate School of Management, and with $500 of start-up money, he founded UGG Imports to bring sheepskin footwear to America. After seventeen years, as sales reached $15 million, he sold the business to Deckers Outdoor Corporation. The UGG brand has since exceeded $1 billion of international sales several times over. 


    A passionate innovator and entrepreneur, Brian is also deeply spiritual, purpose driven, values oriented, and totally committed to God. He is one of the most sought after business leaders in the country today. As a media guest and inspiring speaker, he is committed to teaching his breakthrough business strategies to entrepreneurs and translating personal vision and spirituality into company culture. 


    From the shores of Malibu to Mount Kilimanjaro, Brian Smith tells his story of founding the world-renowned UGG Australia brand and reveals the secret to its mega-success. This book is written for anyone who wants to learn how-to succeed in business but also for those seeking the deeper truths they don't teach you about in business school.


    On Brian’s journey he stumbled and fell, but he put his heart and soul into every sole and sale. He overcame all odds and found ultimate success. He will enlighten us with his decades of experience and wis­dom about the sale of a lifetime, and the making of a legend.


    Brian's experience with UGG can certainly provide practical advice and tips to help kick-start an entrepreneurial revolution. But even if you are not an entrepreneur, it will inspire you to work hard, persevere, believe in yourself, watch the signs along the way, learn the lessons, and never give up!

  • 02:03

    Priyanka Banks live MRTR

    in Pop Culture

    Celeberating Over 150 Episodes!


    Hosts: Jamel, Derrick Dwayne and Flash Gotti


    #MyRealTalkRadio interviews Former VH1 Sorority Sisters Star: Priyanka Banks.


    Priyanka Banks is the founder and Ceo of Priyanka's Palace, a footwear company that bears her name. Priyanka was born in Atlanta Ga, where she has always been able to express herself. Priyanka attended Alabama State University where she majored in theatre, a major where she was trained in all the things she enjoys doing such as acting, dancing, and performing. She was a cast member/outspoken beauty on the hit show VH1 Sorority Sisters which caused a lot of controversy throughout the greek community but during it all it did not stop her and her vision. Throughout her teenage and college years she has always had issues with finding dance shoes and fashionable shoes in her size .


    Constantly squeezing in shoes to fit the uniform gratification was a constant struggle and a very painful experience. Standing 5"9 and wearing a size 11 shoe, she felt the need to come out with a shoe line because she knew that other women were dealing with some of her same issues. Priyanka wanted to make shoes to fit her personality and that catered to women of taller statue or women with large feet. Although Priyanka's shoeline may not cater to every woman , she has apparel for women and men to support her brand. With this shoe line she plans on taking her designs to another level and later coming out with a shoe line for men. Priyanka's motto is "If It dont Bling It dont Sting"


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  • 00:59

    #99: Non-Paleo Loved Ones, HIV, Footwear, and Blog Etiquette

    in Nutrition

    Opening Discussion Topic:
    Friends/family who sabotage or are unsupportive of those who are trying hard to make healthy changes.
    Topics:
    1. Diane’s Rant of the Week: Unsupportive Loved Ones & Whether to Argue or Walk Away [10:48] 2. Losing weight and I don’t want to. Help! [23:04] 3. Minimalist Footwear [33:54] 4. Paleo Approach for HIV [45:16] 5. Blog Etiquette [48:31]

  • 01:00

    2015 Vision Casting: Rocking the Stonz Wear by Lisa Will

    in Business

    Begin with the end in mind. What do you see yourself becoming? - Lisa Will


    In this 2015 Vision Casting episode, join Lisa Will as she fashions Stonz Wear into reality. With her unwavering resolve to smart design to meet the niche of kids' wear, she has created a brand that has stood out in quality and authenticity - and continues to do so.


     How did Lisa realize her vision for Stonz Wear? 



    Solid Purpose: begin with the end in mind.
    Solid Financials: know your numbers.
    Solid A Team: build a like-minded tribe.


    Lisa founded her million-dollar company from the need to find her young son a suitable footwear that stayed on. 10 years after the company's initial conception in 2004, Stonz Wear has grown into a thriving business in worldwide wholesale and retail markets. The company has been awarded the Canadian Pediatric Seal of Approval in 2012 and honored by organizations such as Mom's Best, National Parenting Center, iParenting, and Creative Child Magazine Awards. Lisa earned the RBC Women Entrepreneur of the Year Western finalist in the year 2010. And most recently, she was nominated for the Ersnt & Young 2014 North American EY Entrepreneurial Winning Women Program. 


    Today, Stonz Wear has extended its reach from Canada, to the US, Chile, New Zealand, Japan, Korea, Scandinavia, UK, and Europe, from the miraculous beginning of one stall at a Vancouver gift show in 2004.

  • 01:00

    34: Rocking the Stonz Wear by Lisa Will

    in Business

    Lisa Will, founder of Stonz Wear Inc., shares in this episode how her million-dollar company grew from her need to find her young son a suitable footwear that stayed on. 10 years after the company's initial conception in 2004, Stonz has grown into a thriving business in worldwide wholesale and retail markets. The company has been awarded the Canadian Pediatric Seal of Approval in 2012 and honored by organizations such as Mom's Best, National Parenting Center, iParenting, and Creative Child Magazine Awards. Lisa earned the RBC Women Entrepreneur of the Year Western finalist in the year 2010. And most recently, she was nominated for the Ersnt & Young 2014 North American EY Entrepreneurial Winning Women Program. 


     


    Walk with Lisa in her journey to build an authentic, excellent and wonderfully thriving company through:



    Purposeful Vision: begin with the end in mind.
    Solid Financials: know your numbers.
    Committed A Team: build a like-minded tribe.


     


    Persistence is key in the entrepreneurial path that Lisa took to create Stonz Wear. Today, her business has extended its reach from Canada, to the US, Chile, New Zealand, Japan, Korea, Scandinavia, UK, and Europe, from the miraculous beginning of one stall at a Vancouver gift show in 2004.


     


     


     


     


     

  • 00:32

    Defining Conscious Capitalism With Former Patagonia CEO Casey Sheahan

    in Business

    Casey Sheahan is senior advisor at Backbone Media and former president and CEO of Patagonia Inc. for eight years. He was previously president of Kelty Inc., vice president of marketing for Merrell Footwear, and category marketing manager at Nike ACG. Sheahan has edited for several outdoor-inspired publications, including Runner’s World, Marathoner, and Nordic World and was editor and publisher of Powder Magazine in the late 1980s. He is aligned with several environmental organizations and served as president of the Conservation Alliance. He is a co-founder along with his wife, Tara, of the Conscious Global Leadership Institute.


    Show Sponsor: DreamItAlive.com is a global community guiding users to create their “dream life” with scientifically proven visualization tools, dreamboards® and personal development content. 

  • 01:07

    Are You Living Beyond Your Means? Being in Bondage to People.

    in Finance

    Living beyond your means damages relationships, self-esteem, credit scores and is outright, fraudulent. The fact that governments operate beyond their means doesn't mean you and I should. We have all known people who lived a life they cannot afford, on credit they can not repay and then end up in financial ruin and embarrassment.


     Savings Won't Last 12 Months


    We all underestimate the reality that bad things happen to good people. While most financial advisers recommend three months of savings, I suggest you have at least one year and preferably three years of of savings in case of emergency. 


    Vacationing on Credit


    This is a telltale sign that someone is living beyond their means when they use Visa to fund their vacation. The interest payments will last longer than the memories of a weekend in Cancun. 


    Paid Overdraft Fees in the Last 12 Months


    If money is so tight that you have to rely on overdraft protection in order to float your lifestyle, you are living way beyond what you can afford. You probably already knew this one -- just keeping it real.


    Exceeded Your Credit Limit


    Exceeding your credit limit means you are relying on plastic and lack discipline. Exceeding your limits costs you more than just over-limit fees. Your credit score is lowered when your credit balances are high and it signals lenders that you're over your head. Necessary credit will cost you more in the future.


    $100 Tennis Shoes & Food Stamps


    If your family needs the government to kick in but you have to wear the latest footwear you are living beyond your means and are a pretender. Grow up, get real and get a grip.

  • 00:28

    Men's Bespoke Apparel

    in Fashion

    Amir Arrahim men's apparel bespoke designer has studied and observed men's fashion since he was 12 years old. He says, "It's my life's passion to be very involved in this tradition and this industry. I have also designed many garments over the past 25 years in the style of Bespoke designs. My entire wardrobe is full of my own designs. In the very near future I will be introducing my very first apparel line. Everyday of my life is either spent writing, creating, studying, designing or imagining how I will be introduced to the world of men's fashion and apparel." http://www.examiner.com/mens-fashion-in-atlanta/amir-arrahim


    Amir Arrahim , topics will talk creating garments from start to completion. Choosing the right types of fabrication for the seasons. Also, measuring to get that custom fit et