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Forecasting trends since 1980, Gerald Celente, the Publisher of the Trends Journal (www.trendsjournal.com). Celente has described himself as a "political atheist" and "citizen of the world". He has appeared as a guest on media outlets such as The Oprah Winfrey Show, The Today Show, Good Morning America, CBS Morning News, The Glenn Beck Show, NBC Nightly News, The Alex Jones Show, Coast to Coast AM and Russia Today.
Actor Ford Austin joins Nikki Meow & Jay Luna on this weeks madcap episode of The Phantom Zone Radio Show! From iconic television shows like Land of the Lost, CHiPs, & Night Court, to Soap Opera's such as Another World and Days of our Lives, and films like Dahmer vs Gacy, Showgirls 2 : Penny's From Heaven, and so much more... Ford's gonna tell us about his life & career and all about his new projects about to be unleashed on the big and small screen! With the usual comedy, music and shenanigans, it's sure to be another crazy trip through The Phantom Zone!
GERALD ALSTON 0f MANHATTANS on the MIDNIGHT SOUL SHOW with DJ MR.WILL on FACES OF SUCCESS RADIO please TUNE IN
As any R&B enthusiast will attest, the name Gerald Alston has always been synonymous with soul, elegance and sophistication. The one voice you never get tired of.
Alston inherited some big shoes and has filled them admirably for over 17 years. Born in Henderson, North Carolina, Gerald Alston the son of Rev. J. B. Alston and the nephew of gospel great Johnny Fields of the Five Blind Boys of Alabama learned his trade in church. As a ten he formed Gerald Alston & the New Imperials, a group that performing both secular and religious music, called themselves The Gospel Jubilee when they appeared in churches.
During a local appearance, Alston met the Manhattans when they borrowed equipment from Alston’s band. When the Manhattans heard Gerald rehearing, they loved what they heard and asked the 17 year old to join the group. Alston took over as their lead singer in 1970. The group enjoyed enormous success in the 70s and 80s with songs such as: There’s No Me Without You, Wish That You Were Mine, Hurt, We Never Danced To A Love Song, Don’t Take your Love From Me, I Kinda Miss You and It Feels So Good To be Loved So Bad. Their 1976 single Kiss and Say Goodbye was both a number one R&B and Pop hit. The Manhattans won a Grammy in 1980 for the big hit Shining Star.
On Saturday February 1st at 8pm est, 7pm cst and 5pm pst,we launch our all new series titled Betta Chat with the host of the Betta Gerald Griffin. Helping Gerald launch his show is Karen MacAulay, Larissa Williams and Yvonne Chaban. Gerald is also the President of the International Betta Congress and brings years of experience and a wealth of knowledge to the show. www.ibcbettas.org www.underthesearadioshow.com
On Friday's Brian The Hammer Show, Brian is proud to welcome back:
-Matt Mernagh, Toronto Candidate for Mayor running against current Mayor Rob Ford. Matt is an Author, Public Speaker, Columnist. An articulate Communicator, Community Leader, Consensus Builder, Journalist, Community Organizer and an Advocate with a well deserved National profile. Matt will be here to discuss:
-Funding for much needed Subway Extensions, Matt's ideas on funding this project is creating a huge buzz
-Updates on Campaign, Door to Door, Fundraising Events
-Mainstream Media Coverage
-Toronto 420, One of the Worlds Biggest with 20,000 people in a smoke out with barely any police presence, Matt has ran the Smoke Out for 8 years
-Field of Candidates for the job of Mayor
Far from being a one issue guy, with 2 diplomas in Journalism & Creative Writing Matt's well educated & highly aware issues affecting the people of Toronto. Having built his public profile on the cannabis issue, Matt has recently turned his attention to public service and the political arena. Matt is a champion to medical marijuana patients across Canada and around the world.
Matt's Campaign Manager & Publicist: Tracy Lamourie of Lamourie Public Relations & Marketing.
Join us LIVE at 9am pacific - 12pm eastern time - Call in with questions and comments 646-595-3032
-Max Ivey, Midway Marketplace - Helping people Buy, Sell and Trade New & Used Amusement, Concession & Confection Equipment
-Mirthell Bazemore, Author of the House of Elliott series, On the Backburner and The Daughters & Spirit of Harriet
Far too many of today's leaders aren't really leading. Instead, they are unable to share their goals and purpose in a clear and concise manner that allows people to get behind their ambitions. If people do understand their goals, they seem to lack the knowledge and ability to formulate a solid strategic plan that makes sense, and suddenly they find themselves on the sidelines in their business doing the only thing they seem to have left: They yell "Go Team!"... as though that should inspire their people to try harder.
Finding success in business isn't an accident. It's also not luck. Every successful person set out on their journey with a very specific goal in mind, and a plan in hand that made sense. Did they know everything they needed to know before they started? Did they anticipate every curve in the road getting to where they wanted to go? No. However, with a well thought out strategy, and a little luck, they made something of themselves.
Join Kevin Hunter and David Ford as they discuss the difference between real substance in a Leader, and actions that don't amount to being much more than being a Cheerleader in business.
Questions or Comments? Call The Business Forum Show studio at (763) 267-7260 or email us at email@example.com
Robb Stauber started playing hockey as a youngster, and all through high school, college, and ten years as a professional goal keeper, Robb describes himself as a 'frustrated forward.' His tenacious style in goal earned him great respect from his team mates on ice, and it's a special quality that he brings to his business today, Stauber's Goal Crease. Find him on the web at www.goalcrease.com
Kevin Hunter and David Ford interview Robb Stauber in the special feature broadcast from Minnesota School of Business. Sitting in on the interview is Courtney Buness, and Business Management student looking forward to a career in the business world outside of college.
Questions? Comments? Contact The Business Forum Show at firstname.lastname@example.org or call the studio at (763) 267-7260
By his own admission, Leon Ford ran a stop sign. A police officer stopped him, and he provided his license, registration and insurance. He doesn’t argue that he should have been given a ticket, but he does dispute the fact that he should have been shot five times, paralyzed and confined to a wheelchair for the rest of his life. Call or tune in for this human interest story.
Kevin Hunter and David Ford and joined in studio by Melissa Rupar to talk about weightloss, and it's similarities to goals and objectives in business.
A key element to any successful venture, whether it be weightloss or business, is that it cannot be optional. If you haven't recognized that the goal you have is something that is not negotiable, the results you get from your efforts will always be scattered... and the goal is often not reached.
Hear Melissa Rupar's journey to losing weight, and discover how your journey in business has similar elements.
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