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This is my first radio talk, so I am simply introducing myself here and sharing just a little bit about myself, and a couple of things that the Lord has shared with me over the years.
I really do live in the projects of Brooklyn, New York City, U.S.A., and I really am a prophet of God. However, I'm quite unconventional and social, and have entered the entertainment industry.
I say a lot of things most pastors and ministers will not, but I actually have some wisdom that is considered a blessing by a number of people. It often comes across with humor; I may laugh when I pray but it is still a sincere and accepted prayer. The Lord has given me the gift of interpreting dreams, visions, and other supernatural experiences according to the Bible, which I share freely with all.
So feel free to tune in, ask questions, give input, share jokes, and provoke dialog that edifies, informs, and entertains.
I will be joined by Gregory Cotton for a disucssion on building and executing billion dollar high-risk international projects.
Greg, who holds a Ph.D. from Capella University, is a 23-year veteran of the US Army. The President and CEO of COTTON7 Global Enterprises, located in New York City, he is a driven leader focused on achieving exceptional results in high-risk competitive markets. He has over 35 years of military and commercial experience in the areas of Logistics, Risk & Opportunity Management, Intelligence, Anti-Terrorism, Lean/Six-Sigma, Crisis Management, and Global Business Development. Greg is a member of the Manhattan Chamber of Commerce Global and Green Business Committees, and is frequently called upon to meet with delegations from Russia, Brazil, India, Turkey, Colombia, as well as with high-ranking foreign officials, in an effort to establish international trade within New York City. He sits on many boards and committees; he is most active with the United Nations Association of the United States of America (UNA-USA), A Billion Plus Change initiative, and with developing clean technology infrastructure initiatives in Frontier Markets.
Menu-planning, Memphis Roadtrip, summer projects.
Racial profiling is much in the news and is as old as this country, as we know it. People are continually discriminated against and made to suffer due to policies, official or unofficial, held by agencies, corporations, banks, etc.
Is something rotten in Staten Island, New York? I have information that the United Parcel Service, a private company, and United States Postal Service, a government agency, have been refusing to provide full services, already paid for, based on where the customer happens to live... In New York City's public housing projects in the borough of Staten Island. What is more puzzling is that this policy is not known to have been practiced in any other borough in the city. Tenants are forced to come downstairs to retrieve their packages, no matter how heavy, as these two delivery services REFUSE to enter the buildings to deliver to a tenant's door as policy. This policy is supposedly based on issues of safety. This policy is the "official" policy of UPS. It is not know if this is the "official" policy of USPS or whether this is a practice known and condoned by the government. But we will find out eventually.
Are we seeing Human Rights violations in progress?
In this Special Saturday Edition of Bully Free Rado we talk about the need to create more opportunities for Youth Leadership. Shakeel Ali and Marion Brown discuss funding efforts and future events to support the "In Our Own Words" Leadership Project in North San Mateo County.
Resources are being garnered to help the Stop Bullying System create Bully Free Zones in K-12 schools in Daly City, Pacifica, South San Francisco, Brisbane, and surrounding commmunities.
Guest Host: NG
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Prevent, Identify, Intervene Get Involved Don't Be A Bystander
A 4,000-mile broadband network represents a huge capital investment for an electric co-op - or any community organization for that matter. When done right, a comprehensive pilot project can save you a ton of money and a lot of time.
Learn how Co-Mo Cooperative in central Missouri ran a year-long pilot that removed a great deal of uncertainty, and paved the way to a very confident launch of a 4-year buildout. Co-Mo determined that buildout costs could be notably less that projected, and they achieved a take rate of about 46 percent, which is considerably more than expected.
General Manager Randy Klindt offers listeners details on how to plan, establish measurement criteria for and execute pilots. He also provides community stakeholders with useful advice on how to maximize the strengths of electric co-ops as part of an effective broadband strategy.
Ever thought about giving your project a voice? If the answer is yes, Liz Chen is who you should consider for your next voiceover recording, commerical, animation and or internet radio show intro/outro.
Liz is a voiceover artist who is simply extraordinary and during this interview, she will be discussing the importantance of adding a voice to your next project.
That's not all, Liz will be sharing how voice work can improve the bottom line of talk radio show host, TV, e-books, animation projects and more.
Discover more about Liz Chen at: http://www.liz-chen.com
Tune in, listen in and call in with questions at: (646) 595-4797 nd or join us in the web chat room: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/paullawrencevann.
ENVISION THIS: Becoming a change agent who helps people move beyond their comfort zones to co-create inspiring solutions to felt needs in your community—be it family, neighborhood, region, nation, or the globe.
Our guest, Les Robinson has written an inspiring book about designing effective change projects that he calls CHANGEOLOGY. It simplifies a vast body of theory and practice into six principles: buzz, hope, enabling environments, sticky solutions, ‘can do,’ and the right inviter. These are explained with fascinating real-life stories and a look at the hard evidence. The book is written in an easy, accessible style, with plenty of anecdotes and stories.
Les has worked on citizen campaigns in Australia against sand mining, freeways, landfills, and Sydney’s only waste incinerator which sparked his interest in social change. He is now a full time change facilitator, working with government agencies and councils — training, facilitating, and advising practitioners on change programs in areas like health, sustainability, road safety, and emergency management. He runs his own business, Enabling Change. Les Robinson's website is www.enablingchange.com.au. For ideas and inspirations, you can join the Changeology Discussion Group on LinkedIn.
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TOPIC: Legitimate Opportunities to Work From Home
"Are there really legitimate opportunities to work from home?” was a question being asked by clients and so we decided to find the answer. What we found was an incredible array of opportunities to create a life and create living. In this 30 minute interview, we will be speaking with Anne-Marie Rolfe, Manager of Special Projects at the Employment and Education Centre and Work from Home Champion. She’s going to share ways to spot the scams, and outline the incredible opportunities that exist.
About the Agency:
The Employment & Education Centre (EEC) is a not-for-profit agency with a 27 year history of helping individuals reach their potential through education, employment, volunteering and financial counselling. We are funded primarily through the federal and provincial governments which make it possible to provide our services free of charge. You can find out more about us at www.eecentre.com
If you want to know more about Anne-Marie Rolfe you can find her on LinkedIn here: http://www.linkedin.com/pub/anne-marie-rolfe/51/a77/b99
BOOKED! with Shannon Delany is proud to welcome Torrey Maldonado, teacher and author of the gripping novel, "Secret Saturdays".
As a 2012 Top Ten Author, Maldonado has made an impressive name for himself in YA literature. Born and raised in the projects, Maldonado overcame neighborhood poverty and violence, becoming the first in his immediate family to attend college. Graduating Vassar, he trained schools to implement Conflict Resolution programs through the U.S.'s largest victim-services agency. He holds a Master's Degree in Educational Administration from Baruch College. His young adult ALA "Quick Pick" novel is praised for its current-feel and timeless themes.
*Booked by Shannon Delany is a copyrighted podcast owned by the Authors on the Air Global Radio Network and produced by Pam Stack.