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Retired Fortune 500 executive Kurt Koontz recently returned from an inspiring 20-day trek in the Himalayas, reaching heights as high as 16,000 feet and even higher spaces in the heart. Kurt returns to the show to share insights from his powerful journey. Kurt is the author of A Million Steps, in which he chronicles his life-changing adventure of nearly 500 miles on the historic Camino de Santiago in Spain, following the steps of a 1300-year-old pilgrimage bridging inner and outer worlds.
Kurt retired at the age of 36. For the past decade, his travels have taken him to all corners of the world, requiring both physical and mental endurance. Kurt has been interviewed on over 50 radio programs, including NPR, and has been published in over 20 magazines. His Camino story was recently featured in a 30 minute PBS television interview. He regularly travels to share his experiences with audiences and recently became a Vistage International presenter. Kurt is a highly engaging, personable author and speaker who demonstrates we all have the capacity to journey beyond the limitations we perceive.
Kurt's web site: KurtKoontz.com
Frontier Beyond Fear music copyrighted by Grammy award winner Larry Seyer, www.larryseyer.com, included in this podcast with his permission. Himalayan journey photographs copyrighted by Kurt Koontz, posted here with his permission.
Josh Farmer of Motorsport Monday & Joey Barnes of Tribute Racing bring you up to speed on the latest headlines going into the Daytona 500. The duo will square off to give you their predictions on who to watch and what to watch for as they take you up to within moments of the green flag.
Regan Smith will replace Kurt Busch in the No. 41 Haas CNC Chevrolet for Stewart-Haas Racing. Rumors swirl that Camping World Truck Series champion, Matt Crafton, will make his NASCAR Sprint Cup Series debut in the Great American Race, replacing Kyle Busch in the No.18 M&M's Toyota after the Joe Gibbs Racing driver was injured in a vicious crash during the NASCAR XFINITY Series race.
All that an more as we prepare you for the 57th annual Daytona 500.
There are those who seek to land Fortune 500 jobs. Why? Getting a paycheck and getting a fortune 500 job are not synonymous. Why a fortune 500 job? What's your answer?
Get noticed and land a fortune 500 job. Others with as much if not more experience and education as you have seeks the same jobs. All the applications/resumes are there together and the viewer has to select from hundreds if not thousands. Your paperwork must get you noticed. What's your response when you hear you have to get noticed?
To land a fortune 500 job with a high salary you need to distribute a professional resume; be prepared for the interview. You have to network to find people who work if not for the same company in the same industry. Technical and personal skills are the basics.
Imagine Good Fortune Meditation with me, Margaret Ann Lembo to experience a peaceful guided meditation to release stress and find inner peace. Today's focus is good fortune.
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It was an all-Ford weekend at Daytona International Speedway this weekend, as the Fords sweep the weekend, and Joey Logano's name enters the history books as a Daytona 500 winner.
We'll break down one of the most exciting Daytona 500s in recent history and talk about our "attaboys," including one driver who should be commended for the run he had today.
We'll also talk about Kyle Busch and his injury in last night's NASCAR Xfinity Seires race, and what the number 18 team does for their future without Kyle driving.
We'll also talk about Kyle's future in NASCAR, and how it may change drastically after this injury.
One driver, who was a favorite to win the race today, is entering some uncharted territory...
And we'll review the NASCAR Xfinity Series race in Daytona as well, which was also a very fun race.
Plus your phone calls, talking about any one of these topics, tonight on Talking in Circles
Sports Talk 920 is a brash, uncalled for radio show. The only radio show with hosts that have been reported to the police for a NASCAR debate that got too loud! We talk all main stream sports, in this one-of-a-kind basement-hosted radio show. In this week's all new Sports Talk 920 Rudy and Goody will preview the Daytona 500, as well as the lastest in the world of sports.
Brandon Fortune, Executive Chef of L’Auberge, hails from Atlanta and shares how he is applying his roots to create an upscale Southern Cuisine at L’Auberge’s Kitchen 1540. All of this and more from the L'Auberge Del Mar in San Diego County, California.
On this episode of Talking In Circles we break down the Duck Commander 500 from Texas Motor Speedway and take a look at who's hot and who's not. Also we talk about the sudden and surprising drop in tv ratings from Saturday night's race. We discuss why and if that'll be a trend in NASCAR or just a blip on the radar.
Also as we are 7 weeks in the season there are a few drivers who are in the top 20 who are surprising. Aric Almirola, David Ragan, Paul Menard, Danica Patrick, Casey Mears and AJ Allmendinger are all in the top 20. We give you our opinions on who will stay, and who will fall.
Also with some surprises come some disappointments and usually in the middle of the season the crew chief is replaced, not the driver. With that being said we give you guys a few names of crew chiefs who could be in some trouble in the coming weeks.
Also we discuss the changes to NASCAR's All-Star race. Instead of the top two finishers in the event they will go with the two segment winners from each event to transfer from the Sprint Showdown to the NASCAR Sprint All-Star Race. Also they've added pass event winners who currently runs the full season in the Cup Series. Right now the event is at 20 drivers. But how have these changes helped/hurt the event and what other changes would we like to see in the All-Star race, that's discussed.
John Harlow from BeyondTheFlag.com joins the show as well to give us his thoughts on this week's topics and we take your phone calls!
Tune in and listen to The Sports Cage at 10:00pm Central standard time Sunday March 15th at 10pm. Join The Sports Cage for the CampingWorld.com 500 post race show with Nascar host Debo and Dustin Hill. We head to the Valley of the Sun and talk about Sunday's CampingWorld.com 500 at Phoenix International Raceway. Be sure to join us The Sports Cage for the CampingWorld.com 500 post race news & notes. Sunday on The Sports Cage Nascar Post Race Show 10:00pm central standard time. Keep up with The Sports Cage on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thesportscage Twitter: Debo @debo88mma and Dustin @sports_fixx and InstaGram: sportscage247
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We’ve all been there. You go to a networking event and make lots of “connections”. You go home with an inch thick pile of business cards… Now what?
Patty Farmer, “The Networking CEO” will teach us…
1. The 2 biggest mistakes business owners & entrepreneurs make that stand between them and achieving massive results.
2. The top 3 biggest networking faux pas you can make.
3. The best networking questions to use to open up conversation?
4. When the best time to follow up with a new contact you’ve met networking or at a speaking engagement is.
5. The process of how to connect online and how to turn those connections into ca$h.
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