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Charlie and Mark talk about what upcoming energy deregulation means for the US consumer.
Thursday May 9, 2013 @1 pm (CST)
The Chef and I are getting "DOWN AND DIRTY" about BEHAVIORAL SHAPING. The technology of behavioral shaping has been around since the 1940’s and plenty of people know about “clicker” training and positive reinforcement training if you’re talking about pets and working animals, but when you start talking about shaping human behavior people say “WHOA”, you can’t do that.
I say it happens all the time. So if people are already influencing you and you are influencing others; why not do it ethically and deliberately?
Now for this radio show and for simplicity, we will keep this information geared for influencing yourself and/or your diet/exercise partner (and they know about it)
Any new behavior (diet, exercise or sport) before it becomes part of a system must learned, then integrated into first the context and then the whole system. Join us on the air just email us or call (818) 668-5406 Talk to you soon, Michael
An interview with Mark Hugo Lopez, Associate Director, Pew Hispanic Center and Richard Fry, main author of the report to highlight the significance of the findings of the report "Latino High-School Graduates Outpace Whites in College Enrollment". Hispanic high-school graduates enrolled in college at greater rates than did their white counterparts last year, according to a new analysis of Census Bureau data by the Pew Research Hispanic Center, Washington, D.C. The center's report, published on May 9, 2013 reveals that 69 percent of Hispanic graduates in the Class of 2012 immediately enrolled in college, compared with 67 percent of white graduates. That represents a 20-percentage-point increase in Hispanic high-school graduates' college-going rates since 2000, when just under half immediately enrolled. Nationally, among new high-school graduates of all races, the percentage of those who entered college right away was 66 percent in the fall of 2012.
Tune in to Charlotte View conversation with NC licensed mental health, Jeffrey LaForge, MSW, LCSW, who will talk about children behavioral disorders such as ADHD. Call (805) 830-8344
Short Link: http://tobtr.com/s/4721337
All kids misbehave some times. And some may have temporary behavior problems due to stress. For example, the birth of a sibling, a divorce, or a death in the family may cause a child to act out. Behavior disorders are more serious. They involve a pattern of hostile, aggressive, or disruptive behaviors for more than 6 months. The behavior is also not appropriate for the child's age.
Warning signs can include:
Harming or threatening themselves, other people or pets
Damaging or destroying property
Lying or stealing
Not doing well in school, skipping school
Early smoking, drinking or drug use
Early sexual activity
Frequent tantrums and arguments
Consistent hostility towards authority figures
Jeff Laforge has been providing mental health services and substance abuse services to children, adolescents, adults and families since 1995. Jeffrey has a Master’s Degree from Florida State as well as a Bachelor's Degree from Wayne State in Detroit, MI. Jeffrey has worked in a variety of clinical settings, including schools, mental health clinics, hospitals, psychiatric units and private practice. Jeffrey has two children and has lived in the Charlotte area since 1999. His practice is located in Indian Trail.
4389 Indian Trail-Fairview Rd. Indian Trail, North Carolina 28079. Telephone: (704) 674-4898
This week we are talking family behavior - children get it together now.
Don't miss this. Summer is fast approaching and we need to talk.
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When we seriously look at forgiveness, we must take a hard look within ourselves, but we also must know where the enemy is and how the enemy attacks, in order to understand how to combat the persecution, or the battle that is before us. When we look within ourselves and truly seek God's eyes within our own lives, then something from within us becomes crystal clear that we must change our behavior in order to positively react to the persecution that is ravaging against us. Then and only then, can we really see how God looks at our spouse who we believe is the center of our problems. But, as we see them through God's eyes, we see them in a very different light...a light that shines down on their sin with great love and concern. We begin to care about what happens to them spiritually, which leads us into a Godly forgiveness. Join us as we look within ourselves and look within our spouse through God's eyes, so that forgiveness can be complete.
Over three quarters of children have either been victims of bullying or observers of such abuse, and 1 out of every 5 kids reports frequent bullying that makes their life miserable. These statistics are really scary, especially when it comes to recreational sports, competitive athletics and teams. Bullying occurs because the individual dishing out the behavior uses it to meet one of life's five basic needs: life, happiness, caring, control, or purpose. Bullying is harmful because, at the same time as it meets the bully's need for control, it deprives the victim of his or her need for happiness and control of their own life and situation.
Early intervention and working with athletes to be “good team players” can drastically help. Coaches must learn the difference between “fair play and foul play” and must do a better job to correct the power imbalance that takes place between the bully and the victim.
We can do more to curb and prevent bullying. Join the movement and conversation with Dr. Joel Haber to find out how you can recognize and deal with the effects of bullying in sport. We’re LIVE at 7pm on Wednesday May 22, 2013 at BEYONDtheCheers on blogtalkradio. Dial-in TOLL FREE 1-877-357-2448 in Canada and United States to ask a question, or email in advance.
Lots of ground was covered on this last Educators Panel of the current school year, including how to prove to kids and adults that we're taking challenging behavior seriously...and whether Plan B does the job.
Muy bunos dias y bienvenidos a otra experiencia del Instituto de Technologia SMB . El dia de hoy la Instructora Maria Monica Ortegon estara hablando sobre sus clases de Human Behavior and medical law and Ethics.
les recordamos a nuestros estudiantes que porfavor tengan sus libros y sus materiales listos para esta clase, al igual que papel y lapiz para tomar alguna nota o ejercicio que el Instructor les asigne.
esperemos que las clases sean de su agrado y que apreendan muchisimo!
Today's show "Discovering CORTERA's Business Behavior Insights" will be an open discussion with Cortera’s CEO Jim Swift about how Cortera is transforming the B2B world by becoming the go-to-source for insight into Business Behavior. Thousands of companies across diverse industries already use Cortera solutions to increase revenue, improve sales and marketing effectiveness, and reduce risk. The company tracks $1.6 trillion in business-to-business purchases across 45 spend categories – as well as other data sources including news, social media and public records - to deliver insights on 20 million U.S. businesses. Get a sneak peek at the topics to be discussed by checking out the latest Cortera eBook: Business Behavior Insights: Where to Turn When Traditional Credit Data Isn’t Enough.
Cortera will once again be one of the exhibitor at NACM's 117th Credit Congress & Exposition 2013 at the Rio Hotel in beautiful Las Vegas Nevada on May 19-22. Check our their booth in the Expo Hall and mention Business Credit Radio.
Business Credit Radio is sponsored by CMA, one of the NACM's largest affiliate offices.
Cincinnati Business Talk highlights the positive side of Cincinnati area businesses. We will be talking to CEOs who have won awards, innovated with new products and services.
Today's show will feature Alfonso Cornejo, President of the Hispanic Chamber. He is an ex-P&G employee.
Mr. Cornejo is in the board of Directors of: The Freedom Center, United Way, ArtsWave, NKITA (the Northern Kentucky International Trade Association) and member of the Agenda 360 Regional initiative. Mr. Cornejo has been recognized by many organizations. As examples; the state of Ohio awarded him as a distinguish Hispanic Ohioan. He has received awards from United Way, LULAC, The National Society of Hispanic MBA’s (NSHMBA) and the Government of Mexico among many others.
Mr. Cornejo has been the President of the Hispanic Chamber Cincinnati USA for the last 8 years and he has been instrumental in raising this chamber to be the largest and most successful Hispanic chamber in the states of Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana.
Mr. Cornejo is also founder of Hispanics Avanzando Hispanics (HAH) that is a non-for profit entity that organizes the Cincy-Cinco Latino charity festival each year in Cincinnati. This organization also coordinates the activities during Hispanic Heritage Month, the printing and distribution of the anti-bulling booklet Cincinnati: A City of Immigrants as well as the H-100 Hispanic volunteering efforts.
The show streamed live on Friday May 10th at 4 PM. Listen to this link: http://tobtr.com/s/4672329 You can listen to the show on Apple iTunes as a Podcast. You can add the podcast at: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/Cincy-Business-talk.rss You can add Cincy-Business-Talk as an RSS feed to your Outlook email program. The exact feed http://www.blogtalkradio.com/Cincy-Business-talk.rss