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Meet Eric and David -Autism specialists helping families with difficult concerns regarding autism and ASD. Introducing Autism and Quality of Life. Check out the Boys for free advice and guidance.
"Going Beyond Story" recognizes Hispanic Heritage Month along with the rest of the country. In this episode, Doc TG, talks with Santiago Melli-Huber, Media Manager, of the Hispanic Heritage Foundation, about its upcoming celebration, its programs, and the power of voting.
Digital and Social Media Strategist & Speaker Michele Price brings you weekly access to the top minds in Business, discussing the Inner and Outer Game for today's business. Breakthrough Radio delivers high impact & pioneering business knowledge for entrepreneurs, startups, sales/marketing/IT professionals every Monday with Houston's #1 Social Media Strategist, Michele Price.
Kit Yarrow, Consumer Psychologist and author "Decoding the New Consumer Mind" will help us open profound doors in how to reach our business customer and increase sales.
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Meet Victor Riccardi, assistant professor of financial management at Goucher College and co-editor of Investor Behavior: The Psychology of Financial Planning and Investing. Discover the motivations that often lie behind the way investors make their decisions and how emotions may affect the way you invest
Tonight on SWAG RADIO, Yara Kaleemah will be chopping it up with Dorothy Brown Newton.
Dorothy Brown-Newton is an author at Creative Flow Publications. She is the author of Obsessive Behavior Series Part 1-3, When Loyalty Dies So Does Love Series Part 1-2 and two anthologies titled Tasteful Vengeance and Special Delivery. She is currently working on the finale to When Loyalty Dies So Does Love Series. Her next release will be on October 1st an anthology to promote Domestic Violence Awareness, all proceeds will be donated to charity. Dorothy Brown-Newton works full-time at the Department of Social Services. When she's not working she spends most of her free time reading, writing and spending time with her family. She resides in New York City with her husband and children.
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Eric and David autism specialist present the concept of togetherness and interdependence by applying the FaceTime inventory tool to Alisha and her families challenges. Learn to successfully negotiate tantrums, and de-escalate problem behaviors. No more focusing on independence, it’s time for families to implement strategies that promote interdependence and roles. Tune in!
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Eric and David (The Behavioral Boys) --autism specialist present the concept of togetherness and interdependence by applying the FaceTime inventory tool to Alisha and her families challenges. Learn to successfully negotiate tantrums, and de-escalate problem behaviors. No more focusing on independence, it’s time for families to implement strategies that promote interdependence and roles. Tune in
A Nielsen study found that if U.S. Hispanics were a stand-alone country, their market buying power would be one of the top twenty economies in the world. They are highly likely to accumulate wealth and have significant buying power. Have I’ve got your attention?
Our guest on this episode is marketing specialist Rey Hernandez. He explains the nuances of the Hispanic customer base. He shares secrets for creating culturally relevant marketing plans that will become increasingly critical as the population becomes more diverse and the buying power of U.S. Hispanics becomes even more significant.
I share some information from a couple of great internet articles on the topic too. The Nielsen company recently released a report called the “State of the Hispanic Consumer: The Hispanic Market Imperative.” Forbes magazine also ran a recent article on the topic entitled “Don’t Sell to Me! Hispanics Buy Brands that Empower Their Cultural Relevancy.” Both are excellent resources on the topic. You should check them out.
Our Blog at www.Katara-Rhythm.com is entitled "Living in America- Freedom is measured by Economics.” That will be our shows theme. “African-Americans’ buying power is expected to reach $1.1 trillion by 2015.” This was a statement by Nielsen (9-22-2011) in their Consumer Report on the Power of the African-American Consumer. It was based upon data from couple of prominent consumer data-gathering organizations. Nielsen released a report on black consumption entitled Resilient, Receptive and Relevant in 2013. Those are the three key words we will look at on this show. Listen to comments from “People on the Street” regarding the consumer Report. It’s a new segment for our show. We examine the performance of Chadwick Boseman in the James Brown bio film “Get on Up.” We will review a couple of cuts from Bill Banfield’s Jazz Urbane CD, “Playing with Other People’s Heads.” Rich Tycoon will drop by allowing us to debut his latest recording. And of course, there will be other surprises. Join us for what promises to be a real lively show.
Every author has been told, again and again, don't respond to negative reviews, don't attack another author, don't badmouth readers for not liking your book. Don't... just don't. Yet, authors, bloggers, and reviewers still get into tiffs that can turn into major ordeals. Maybe it's fun to watch for the bystanders, but what effect is this having on the writing, and especially the indie community? We'll be breaking it down this week on A Special Kind of Crazy, and laying out why antagonistic behavior hurts more than just the jilted author of reviewer.
Occupy Wall Street has been on a debt-abolishing tear lately -- recently buying nearly $4 million in student loans from debt collectors and then forgiving it.
Now thousands of people across the country are begging them to forgive their loans, too.
Charlene Ingram is one of them.
A single mother of four from St. Louis, Ingram is 41 and has $125,000 in student loan debt.
After struggling for years to find a job that paid more than minimum wage, she enrolled in an undergraduate program at age 37 -- figuring a bachelor's degree would be her only shot at earning enough to support her family. While she was in school, she and her sons delivered phone books in order to put food on the table.
In today's episode of GUC we welcome back, Dr. Nicole Kosanke the director of family services at the Center for Motivation and Change.
Previously, Dr. Kosanke was on the show to talk about the book she co-authored titled, Beyond Addiction: How Science And Kindness Help People Change. You can listen to that episode by clicking here.
Dr. Kosanke also visited GUC to discuss CRAFT, an alternative intervention method which teaches families how to encourage the substance user, in their life, to reduce use and enter treatment. You can listen to that episode by clicking here.
But today, Dr. Kosanke is back to give us the low down on Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and much more. Think of this episode as your Recovery 101.
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