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Today on AHR radio paul shaheen takes a look at Halifax's thrilling 6-4 Memorial Cup championship game victory over Portland on Sunday in Saskatoon.
Andy's June session described a "Better Way to Work " as a clean desk, an empty in box and with all to-do's in one place. Now let's discuss the role of Blackberry or iPhone. Can these portable devices help with workload management rather than just being a cell phone and email? Other topics include writing more effective emails, running more effective meetings and project planning vs. project management.
Andy is a business owner, facilitator, international speaker and workload efficiency expert. He has appeared on numerous TV and radio programs and contributed to an array of published articles as well as having presented to over 3500 groups. He also teaches the Tactical Time Management class as part of the Getting It Done course for the University Of Toronto Rotman School Of Business MBA’s
Prior to starting his own business in 1983, he spent 14 years with Dun and Bradstreet Canada, Ltd. He held a series of increasingly senior management positions in Toronto, Ottawa, St. John’s and Vancouver; latterly as a National Division Manager overseeing offices from Halifax to Vancouver. Accomplishments include a fivefold increase in profits in two years and the four best years of profit in the division’s history. His obsession with operational efficiency led him to start his own business as an independent associate of Priority Management, a global Canadian company with 80 offices worldwide. Awards include Top Global Revenues, Top Canadian Revenues, Top Market Penetration, Top Regional Developer, Corporate Citizen of the Year and membership on the Presidents Leadership Team for Excellence.
Andy obtained a B.Sc in Math and Psychology from The University of King’s College in Halifax in 1969. He has earned a certificate in Instructional Facilitation and attended numerous development programs over his career.
On Tuesday, October 29, 2013, 1 PM, EST., Two-time Mom’s Choice Award winning author, JEWEL KATS on THE AUTHORS' WORDS! ~Once a teen runaway, Jewel Kats is now a two-time Mom’s Choice Award winner. For six years, Jewel penned a syndicated teen advice column for Scripps Howard News Service (USA) and The Halifax Chronicle Herald. She gained this position through The Young People’s Press. Jewel also interned in the TV studio of Entertainment Tonight Canada. Her books have been featured in Ability Magazine (USA) twice. She’s authored seven books-five are about disabilities. The Museum of disABILITY History celebrated her work with a two-day event. Jewel has appeared as an international magazine cover story four times! Recently, her work was featured in an in-depth article published in “The Toronto Star”. Jewel’s work has also appeared as an evening news segment on WKBW-TV and on the pages of “The Buffalo News”. ~Her other books include: Cinderella’s Magical Wheelchair, What Do You Use To Help Your Body?: Maggie Explores the World of Disabilities, DitzAbled Princess: A Comical Diary, & Word Search Divas.The Princess and the Ruby: An Autism Fairy Tale: www.amazon.com/The-Princess-Ruby-Autism-Growing/dp/1615991751 Word Search Divas: www.amazon.com/Word-Search-Divas-Jewel- Kats/dp/1615991328/ Jewel Kats' site: www.jewelkats.com/ To show's site: www.thebookgarden.net
in Self Help
What drives a young London librarian to board a ship to India, and then meditate in a remote cave for twelve years? How does a surfer girl from Malibu become the head of an international organization for Buddhist women? Why does the daughter of a famed music executive in Santa Monica dream so vividly of peacocks that she chases images of then all the way to Nepal where she finds the love of her life in an unconventional young Tibetan master? Dakini Power, by Michaela Haas, features the life stories of well-known female pioneers of Buddhism in the West, such as Pema Chodron, Roshi Joan Halifax, and Thubten Chodron, how these women overcame challenges in the face of adversity, and what we can learn from their struggles and successes. Tibetan Buddhism says that being a woman can actually be favorable on the path to spiritual realization.The Tibetan word for dakini, Khandro, literally means sky-goer, which is the expansiveness of their view. Michaela Haas is an international reporter, lecturer, and consultant. She has been studying and practicing Buddhism for almost twenty years and blogs for the Washington Post and the Huffington Post.
Tonight on All About Wine we will be talking to Armstrong Valley Vineyard & Winery as we continue with the wine industry in Pennsylvania. Join show host, Ron, VP and General Manager of Florida Estates Winery, as we discuss topics related to wine. Our guest lines will be open. Call during the show and talk with Ron and our special guest. Or, Email the show with your questions and comments anytime at email@example.com
Carry the Lost was formed in 2010. Originally there were 5 members. The band had some great gigs together and did some shows for Live 105, the local Halifax modern radio station. Since 2012, the band has gone through a transformation and several new members. The new Carry the Lost is bigger and more diverse in sound than ever. With 6 members our sound has expanded and with the addition of a new keyboard player the sky is the limit. Going into 2014 we are poised for success as we begin a new era of Carry the Lost. The new line up is as follows: Leigh MacInnis(vocals) Ave Trefry(guitar) Jeff Parks(guitar) Karim Hararra(keyboards) Scott Richardson(bass) Ken Ross(drums) Carry the Lost have 2 new releases, "Nothing at All" and "Hours". For the first time they will be heard on Thursday October 3rd on Chit Chat Chicks. "Hours" is the first balad by Carry the Lost and contains elements not yet heard by Carry the Lost fans. We will be playing Hours live for the first time October 11th at Montes Showbar and Grill in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia. All of our songs are better than ever with the new line up. The 2 new releases will be available on itunes, cdbaby, amazon etc. very soon.
This is a strange story about Halifax in the UK and Halifax Nova Scotia Canada. The head of John The Baptist is said to be buried under Halifax Minster Halifax meaning Holy Face. there is also a headless ghost which haunts the clock tower. Plus the Ghost head from the Halifax Nova Scotia 1917 Mont-blanc explosion that is seen reflected in a windw of St Paul's Church Halifax NS. Oscar Wilde is also supposed to haunt the Waverely Hotel there.
in Real Estate
Fast Talk with Vickey Wachtel with co-host Courtney Barker with guest Corey Poirier
Corey Poirier is an award winning in high demand speaker / trainer (having presented to over 50,000 attendees since 2002), Founder / Publisher of one of Atlantic Canadian's Premier Business Publications (Island Business News), a 2 time acclaimed 'and best-selling' author (Conversations With Islanders / Conversations With Atlantic Canadians), CEO of a thriving Seminar and Events Company (more than 2500 different people have gone through his training and seminar programs), writer whose educational articles have appeared more than 900 times in publications (including the likes of Progress, Motivated Magazine Media, Burnside News, SOHO Magazine, and many more), a performer that has shared the bill with Emmy, Star Search, Juno, Gemini, Great Canadian Laugh Off, and ECMA Award Winners, and Award Winning Business Leaders and Television Personalities, and he's a multiple time award winning sales executive, the 2009 / 2010 President of Junior Chamber International (Halifax Chapter), a former Canadian Professional Sales Association member, Toastmaster, Halifax Chamber Ambassador, and an interviewer who has personally interviewed more than 2000 high achievers (including the likes of Arlene Dickinson of CBC's Dragon's Den, Leadership Guru Robin Sharma, Grammy Winner Gordie Sampson, etc.) and, as a result of his highly "customized" dynamic talks, he has close to 1000 testimonials / comments available on request.
In this week's episode, we'll chat with Brendon Saarinen of Toronto's Still Life Still. The band's latest record, Mourning Trance, just dropped via Arts & Crafts and has a notably different tone to that of their debut. We'll speak about what informed the shift, the band's experience with Arts & Crafts to date, and plenty more.
But before that, our friend Josh Hogan will play double-duty, first in the hot seat for CM's 20 Questions as the lead vocalist of Halifax metal outfit Orchid's Curse, then as our CM Academy prof as the Co-Owner of Red Tentacle Music Solutions.
Thanks for checking us out!
This will be a big on for fans of seminal Canadian indie rockers The Dears. Murray A. Lightburn has an upcoming release called MASS:LIGHT that's very different from anything The Dears have put out, but nonetheless brilliant in its sonic textures and arrangements. We'll preview some music and get the lowdown from Murray on the record and many other things music-related.
CM Academy will feature Jonny Stevens, the Executive Director of the Halifax Pop Explosion, talking about the newly-announced lineup for the 2013 edition, plus some inside details about the logistics of planning a festival of that scope and also some tips for bands Showcasing at industry events.
There'll be plenty more and we'll look forward to having you join us.
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