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He lectures around the world but now is here for you. From the latest in charity news, technology, fundraising and social networking, Ted Hart and his guests help you maneuver to greater levels of efficiency and fundraising success. PAGE 2 GUEST EXPERT: Linda Lysakowski & Lynn Dean will share success tips for building a strong future for your nonprofit organization by developing a well designed nonprofit strategic plan. Linda Lysakowski, ACFRE is President; Linda Lysakowski, LLC Linda is one of just over one hundred professionals worldwide to hold the Advanced Certified Fund Raising Executive designation. In her thirty years in the development field, she has managed capital campaigns; helped dozens of nonprofit organizations achieve their development goals, and has trained more than 27,000 professionals in Mexico, Canada, Egypt, Bermuda, and most of the fifty United States. Lynne T. Dean, CFRE currently serves as Director of Institutional Advancement at Northwest Vista College, one of the Alamo Colleges in San Antonio, Texas. At NVC, she has led teams in two award-winning initiatives, an alumni project entitled Celebrate Vista, and the 2013 employee giving campaign, NVC Cares, I Care. She is immediate past president of the Planned Giving Council San Antonio Chapter of the Partnership for Philanthropic Planning
With more than 31 years of financial management experience, Jay Hochheiser, President & CEO of Hochheiser, Deutsch & Company has seen many people make financial mistakes- at the cost of their homes and much more. During this episode of Hilary Topper on Air, Jay will provide financial tips and strategies, while discussing his new book "The Physician's Guide to Achieving Financial Freedom!" If you’re a ready to obtain financial freedom, tune in to this episode!
We will talk about wedding planning and the bridal industry. We will hear from two women who were featured on an episode of Say Yes to the Dress! We will have a bridal consultant, a wedding planner, and a bride weigh in on planning your special day! From bridezillas to mothers, to pinterest boards and budgets! After all the theme of your wedding should be marriage!
When & why I started meal planning
Used to work in theatre during university and had limited availability during the weekdays and nights
Was tired of eating rubbish when I got home late at night from work
Fast food (even healthy salads and sandwiches) were expensive
When living alone, or cooking for one, organisation is important. If you make things in bulk and freeze them then it’s cheaper and there is less wastage
How to put together a plan
Before you start with your meal plan, it really helps to sit down and check when you or your family have busy days/evenings, as this will help determine what you will be cooking or if you even need to cook
Doing your first plan will take a little time as you’ve got to create your template and spend time finding recipes, but the more you do, the easier it gets
I start off in Excel using a template I’ve created. I have the days running vertically along the column on the left on the screen and the different meals running horizontally across the top (heading up each column)
E.g. it will read Monday – Breakfast, Morning Snack, Lunch, Afternoon Snack, Dinner
I then start to fill in the meals for each day. On busy days, I’ll either have leftovers from earlier on in the week (things like chilli or casseroles tend to make 4 portions) or do something quick and easy like a stir fry. On days when I have more time, I’ll do something a little more adventurous and time consuming
I use a combination of tried and tested healthy recipes and seek inspiration from cookery books, blogs and websites
Usually I have the same thing for a couple of meals so remember you don’t have to cook something new every day!
Greetings to all God's people thank you for your prayers and support. I am truly blessed by your response and emails every week. My guest tonight are two amazing women named Constance F. Gipson and Dr. Hazel Mahone both have always been fascinated by the creativity, innovation and accomplishments of their black ancestors.
Over ten years in the making, their book Legacies: A Guide for Young Black Women in Planning Their Future contains an amazing array of stories about African Queens in history along with the life stories and accomplishments of dozens of successful black women. Each page reveals the stories, the challenges, and the strength and courage that comprises the remarkable heritage Included are the life stories, experiences and advice of international lawyers, money managers, astronauts, doctors, ministers, police officers, scientists and more.
“Throughout the ages, black women have used their ingenuity, their beauty, and their negotiation skills to raise armies, create inventions, and lead countries in war and peace throughout the ages. They have taken part in every sector of society--from the farm to the city, from the home, and to the offices of the world’s leaders.As we celebrate Black History Month come learn about the research by these amazing women. I will also be featuring there book and Art work in my magazine for February. Be blessed and Remember God loves you with an Everlasting Love.
We are ready to kick off our 2015 soap chat with a discussion on both Days of Our Lives and The Bold and the Beautiful. Both shows ended 2014 with major shake-ups as key characters exited the show. The difference? One show seemed prepared to for their show's departures while another did not (hence the title of the show). If the past few weeks have taught us anything, it’s to never underestimate the power of planning ahead and letting viewers know that big stories are ahead.
On Days of Our Lives, many of us have wondered if the writers had a clear game plan after EJ and Sami were written off the show. While many stories still seem to be hanging in the air, we are starting to see hints of where the writers plan on taking certain characters and stories. If the past 2 weeks is any indication, this year will continue to focus on certain couples such as Dannifer and Jaige and also, introduce new ones as we see Serena and Eric start to rekindle their romance and Melanie and Brady grow closer. Dynamics also appear to be shifting as we see Will and Sonny grow farther apart and Rafe's world come crashing down around him. Fans have an opinion about one or all of these stories and we have a lot to say as well. Be sure to join us for a candid discussion about Days and feel free to call-in and voice your opinion.
The Bold and the Beautiful has not disappointed these last few weeks. Many of us were sad to see Kim Matula exit the show and were curious how Hope's departure would impact the show. BB showed that they were prepared by setting the stage for a huge power struggle and shake-up over at Forrester. This story not only encompasses all that we love in our soaps but incorporates many characters that had previously been on the back burner. Again, many fans have different opinions on certain stories but most will agree, the show has set the stage for a great year ahead!
We will review the chapter from "Think and Grow Rich" on Organized Planning. The power of this success principle mandates that your daily application remain in alignment with the Bible.
“One of the most influential books of all time in pointing the way to personal achievement—to financial independence and to riches of the spirit beyond measurement in money.”
The Bible remains the most influential book for those who read and accept God's word. The accumulated wisdom of mankind, from creation to present, compares to God’s wisdom—at best—as a single proton compares to all of creation (Psalm 8:3-4).
Over 100 million copies purchased by those seeking hope, Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill remains the all-time best-selling book in the field of motivation and personal achievement. Twenty-five year old Napoleon Hill who is barely getting by in life, encounters Andrew Carnegie who challenges Napoleon to spend the next twenty years “to organize the world’s first philosophy of personal achievement.”
Similarly, General George S. Patton and Dwight D. Eisenhower spent twenty years studying past battles and wars prior to World War Two. Carnegie’s challenge, along with Patton’s and Ike’s example, illustrate the necessity of persistent diligent study of any subject.
During these twenty years, Mr. Hill interviews America’s greatest achievers such as Henry Ford, Thomas A. Edison, William Jennings Bryan, Theodore Roosevelt, Dr. Alexander Bell and hundreds of others. He interviewed them to inquire of their success, finding high correlation of attributes among all encountered, transforming the compilation of success principles into the book, "Think and Grow Rich".
Napoleon Hill first published an unedited copy of the book in 1937, followed by an edited copy in 1960.