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Leading travel blogger Lillie Marshall joins us again to share her transformative travel experiences and discuss the upcoming travel season.
The Transformed Traveler is the top talk show focused on awakening the five senses.
Popular travel blogger and trip advisor, Lillie Marshall, shares her transformative travel experiences.
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Indie artist Marshall Sims is making a name for himself through his socially conscious lyrics and soulful harmonies. Marshall will be on the show tonight to talk about his musical journey, his current projects, and where we can catch an upcoming performance.
Tonight at 6:30pm EST! Call the show and ask Marshall a question-347-426-3590.
Dr. J. Marshall Shepherd is a leading international expert in the area of weather, climate, and atmospheric related sciences. Dr. Shepherd is the President of American Meteorological Society (AMS), the largest and oldest professional/science society in the atmospheric and related sciences and currently serves on the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Science Advisory Board, the Earth Science Subcommittee of the NASA Advisory Council, and the NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Visiting Expert Committee.
Today on the Jeff Foxx Radio Show online, We are talking with Health Beauty and Fashion expert Renee Marshall-McKinley. Renée is the CEO of"Keep Yourself Smelling Sweet" a handmade bath and body company serving the entire family. Using the Artisan method, making products with love by hand in small batches to ensure the best premium quality ingredients possible. Keep Yourself Smelling Sweet aka KYSS is founded by Renee Marshall-McKinley but its truly a family affair! Be Healthy & KYSS the skin you are in.To order:Www.keepyourselfsmellngsweet.comstay connected:FaceBook:http://facebook.com/KYSSKeepYourselfSmellingSweetTwitter: @KYSSweet1Instagram:http://Instagram.com/keepyourselfsmellingsweetAll this today on the Jeff Foxx Radio Show online.For YOUR featured interview hit me email@example.com
Joining Kevin Hunter and David Ford on TBFS Radio today is Marshall Saunders from REMAX Results. You'll hear Marshall's incredible business journey that started at age 14, and brought him to finally purchasing REMAX Results in 2008.
When it comes to recruiting and retaining quality real estate agents, there’s nothing like being able to say “My company is No. 1.” But No. 1 at what? Does it really matter that your firm has the most agents or the largest number of offices? Or is agent productivity the most important measure of a brokerage’s success and a major reason why top agents choose one company over another?
Brokerage co-owner Marshall Saunders believes productivity is by far the best measure. In a market that includes Edina Realty, with 2,100 agents in 60 offices, and Coldwell Banker Burnet, with 1,700 agents in 25 offices, his firm – Twin Cities-based RE/MAX Results – ranks No. 3 in headcount with 762 agents in 26 offices. Yet when it comes to per-agent productivity, nobody beats RE/MAX Results – not in their market or nationwide.
In June of 2012, REMAX Results was honored by the Minneapolis Star-Tribune as a Minnesota Top Workplace for providing both consumers and agents with cutting-edge real estate technology tools. With these most recent enhancements fully operational, RE/MAX Results and WhereToLive.com have turned their attention to fine-tuning the system to produce ever-increasing streams of web traffic and encouraging agents to maximize the system’s benefits. Not surprisingly, the more agents who use the Platform, the higher the ranking when consumers search the Internet for homes and agents. To encourage more consumers to visit and take action at Results.net, the WhereToLive.com team has focused on providing tools that enable agents to brand themselves and provide new and relevant content.
In this week's InsideUTSA.com podcast, Wes Crochet and Mike Craven discuss the UTSA Roadrunners football team as it prepares to face the Marshall Thundering Herd in Marshall this Saturday. We talk about the UTSA defense's chances of stopping Marshall's offense and if the UTSA offense can score enough points to pull the upset.
We'll also recap the UTSA football loss to Houston and talk about what it means for the program. On top of all of that, we'll also talk some 2014 recruiting, as two new offers have gone out this week.
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Marshall Jones from the Legendary Ohio Players will be joining us today.The band formed in Dayton, Ohio in 1959 as the Ohio Untouchables, and initially included members Robert Ward (vocals/guitar), Marshall "Rock" Jones (bass), Clarence "Satch" Satchell (saxophone/guitar), Cornelius Johnson (drums), and Ralph "Pee Wee" Middlebrooks (trumpet/trombone). They were best known at the time as a backing group for Detroit's The Falcons. On August 17, 2013 The Ohio Players were inducted into the 1st class of the Official R&B Music Hall of Fame. That took place in Cleveland, Ohio at Cleveland State U. The Ohio Untouchables broke up in 1963 with Ward leaving for a solo career, but the core members of the group returned to Dayton and the following year added Gregory Webster (drums) along with Leroy "Sugarfoot" Bonner (guitar), who would become the group's front man. The group added two more singers, Bobby Lee Fears and Dutch Robinson, and became the house band for the New York based Compass Records for Vocalist Helena Ferguson Kilpatrick in 1967 who had just returned from Gershwin's European Tour of Porgy and Bess.
The group disbanded again in 1970. After again reforming with a line-up including Bonner, Satchell, Middlebrooks, Jones, Webster, trumpeter Bruce Napier, vocalist Charles Dale Allen, trombonist Marvin Pierce and keyboardist Walter "Junie" Morrison, the Players had a minor hit on the Detroit-based Westbound label in 1971 with "Pain," which reached the Top 40 of the Billboard R&B Chart. James Johnson joined the group at this time as vocalist and saxophonist. Dale Allen shared co-lead vocals on some of the early Westbound material, although he was not credited on their albums Pain and Pleasure..
Call in # (347) 633-9365: Bears WR Brandon Marshall will be our special guest along with trainer and co-owner of Fit-Speed Athletic Performance Matt Gates to talk athletic training and maximizing your athletic potential. Plus Chad Wilson and Emil Calomino recap the NFL and college football weekend including their top picks. Listen live at 11 AM est. and call (347) 633-9365 or reach us on Twitter: @Gridironstuds - http://www.gridironstuds.com
"BTR Staff Pick"
Gospel / Jazz / Blues Legend Miss Lillie Knauls !!!
The year was 1969, people all over the US and abroad were driving their Chevys, station wagons and dragsters down the road, the radio is on, any station USA, you heard this Billboard Chart smash playing on your radio... we will be hearing from the lady that was a BIG part of this hit song sensation... and her career, stay tuned as we go down Memory Lane with Miss Lillie...
So some years ago a little girl born in Arkansas... raised in Washington State was given a voice to sing a captivating smile and her contagious laugh that would prove to be her very own signature in the music industry... this story is one of birth, hope and faith... This story talks about a Gospel / Jazz / Blues singing legend in her own right... who has graced the world with her voice and personality, given the honor of a Dove Award in 2008. Would you please help me welcome this evening on Live from the Bay
Angus Chen partner in the New York office of Frommer Lawrence and Haug. His practice focuses on intellectual property litigation, counseling, opinion and agreement work. He specializes in pharmaceutical patent and regulatory laws under the Hatch-Waxman Amendments to the Federal Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act Robert Jafari co-founder for Concert Health Plan, a Health Insurance Company that had insured as many as 10,000 people at a given time. He founded BHC Construction Companythat specializes in healthcare, office, interiors, residential, institutional and commercial projects Matt Niehues author of the new, innovative, and unconventional weight loss program called “311 The Weight Loss Phenomenon” Dan Ariely professor of psychology and behavioral economics at duke nd author of a few best sellers Perry Marshall wrote the world's most popular book on Internet advertising, Ultimate Guide to Google AdWords, and is one of the world's most expensive business consultants. His clients span 300+ industries and he speaks at conferences worldwide
What do the some of the most successful people in the world say about achieving and defining success? Few people have had the exposure and have asked the questions that most people are asking, "what is success and how do I get there?" like James Marshall Reilly.
James shared the incredible advice he received from Zappos founder Tony Hsieh and Doug Ullman (founder of Livestrong) and many others.
James Marshall Reilly is an entrepreneur, strategic consultant and author who set out on a mission to find out exactly how the most lauded of this generation—top business leaders, ideators, humanitarians and social entrepreneurs—have defined and achieved success. And what he discovered is that we have landed in a new place not only in terms of generational expectations and new technology, but in terms of education, perceived limitations, and the job market as well.
His book, Shake the World: It’s Not About Finding a Job, It’s About Creating a Life, features in-depth interviews with Tony Hsieh (Zappos), Doug Ulman (CEO and President of LIVESTRONG), Elizabeth Gore (Executive Director of Global Partnerships at the United Nations Foundation), and Blake Mycoskie (Founder of TOMS), along with many of the other top entrepreneurs, business leaders, philanthropists, social entrepreneurs, and humanitarians on the planet. What he learned was that despite their different fields of interest, they’re all using similar tools to seize opportunities and redefine success. But perhaps more importantly, he concluded that the rest of us can model the behaviors of these highly successful individuals as a means to achieve and sustain success of our own, however we may individually define the term.