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We talk to an expert on food storage and survival techniques and how much of America could die within weeks. Unprepared Americans could be facing certain disaster when the food supply drys up and they have nothing to eat. Food storage is essential and we discuss how you can protect yourself and your family
The internet and technology advances have changed the way we start up our businesses. It has changed where and how we work and how we connect to others. In this episode of Business: Engaged!, we talk about the concept of co-working. Never heard of it? I bet you've wished for it.
This week is an encore presentation of our interview with entrepreneurship advocate Josh Clemence that originally aired on May 21, 2012, Josh tells us how co-working sets the stage for a thriving start up. Without Josh, the Iceberg co-working facility and the Northwest Arkansas Entrepreneurship Alliance would not be helping others make their ideas reality.
This architecture grad turned tech entrepreneur is the former brand manager for Acumen Brands, an e-commerce company located in Fayetteville, Arkansas. Founded in 2009, the company operates twelve separate online stores in twelve different niche categories and has seventy employees.
Since the original broadcast, Josh has launched his own startup. BLKBOXLabs provides creative, communication, and technology integration services.
This is Episode 5. It originally aired on May 21, 2012 on my old network. I am re-broadcasting it to share my older episodes with my BlogTalkRadio listeners.
Visit our website at www.businessengaged.com to listen to past episodes. And don't forget to connect with us on Twitter at @businessengaged and Facebook (just search for "Business Engaged"). We love it when you tell others about the show so take a minute and post this link for your Facebook friends or Twitter followers.
This week Martha Stokes CMT talks candidly about how much money you actually need to start investing in the stock market. She will explain the basics of money management for beginners and novices, and will discuss the number of shares of stock, stock prices, and how to select your first stock purchase. This radio show is for anyone who has been interested in the stock market but is afraid to start investing because it takes too much money. Martha will explain the capital requirements and talk about ways low capital based investors can start making their money work for them.
Listen On-Demand Episodes & Read Marta's Daily Market Report: www.technitrader.com
Talent. In show-biz terminology "talent" doesn't mean superlative skill--it means "actors". So if you want to make a book trailer that goes far beyond the stock image-type scroll-generic voiceover category, you have to start with talent.
In The Book of Paul, most of the characters are unlike any you've ever read (or hopefully encountered). They are complex, multi-layered, and often deceptive in their intentions. In other words, exactly the kind of characters actors dream about playing! The ones that demand the most talent from the "talent."
After a lengthy casting and audition process, four exceptional actors nabbed the four principal roles. For this very special show, they'll read extended scenes from the trailer and talk about what it's like to "become" characters that travel down the darkest roads imaginable.
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Tonight's topic is Re-Starting Your Business. If you find yourself in a place you really didn't want to be in and wonder how do I turn things around, this is for you. What help is available, who is it available from?
Join us tonight as we talk about getting going again and how to benefit from what you already know.
I'm Kathy Klotz-Guest, podcast host and CEO of marketing firm, Keeping it Human. We turn marketing-speak into human speak and stories that get results! With this show, we focus on great tips and fun guests without the marketing BS. If you're looking for jargon-monoxide poisoning, we happily recommend our competition.
Innovation and Culture
We're obsessed with innovation today. Yes, we need to innovate products, business models, experiences to stay relevant. Why aren't companies talking about innovation in corporate culture? Well, it's time!
It has been said time and again: culture eats strategy for lunch (and dinner too!).If your people aren't creating, taking risks and innovating, change starts with organizational culture. So what matters most with culture? How do we change culture to better support and encourage innovation? What environments allow people to do their best work?
Join me and my friend and colleague, MB Deans, for a fun, lively chat on powering up your organizational culture.
About Mary Beth (MB) Deans
MB brings 25 years experience as an entrepreneur and consultant with experience in high tech, healthcare, business services, and transportation. She joined ClearVision Consulting in 2013 to run sales and marketing.
In 2008, Mary Beth co-created a global online community for technophobic Organizational Development consultants. The community quickly grew to cover 26 countries on 5 continents. Prior to that, Mary Beth founded and grew Douglas Partners into a global boutique career transition firm using social media. She holds a Masters in Computer Science from Fairleigh Dickinson University. Mary Beth has studied tai chi under Grand Master Sam Tam for 20 years and could definitely kick my ass and stay completely calm doing it.
What do we do when we want to change or move forward?
Does the challenge feel daunting? Do you feel overwhelmed?
How do we begin?
Where do we start?
Tam and Dr Chan discuss how we can start the process of getting from here to there on Growing Consciousness radio. Call 347-308-8709 to join the discussion live at 1pm EST on Wednesday May 22.