• 01:01

    Sustainability School and Personal Power Plants

    in Real Estate

    Today on "It's My House" we shall discuss the formation of a school that focuses on "Real World Education", based on everyday situations and problems; for the time being we shall call this project "Sustainability School".  One of the fundamental features of the educational process is how to have your own "personal power plant".

    By having your own "personal household power plant" your household have save thousands of dollars and even earn a consistant monthly income by educating others.

    Be sure to have pen and paper available to take notes.



  • 01:01

    3 Stars of the private business world join us to talk about creating value

    in Business

    Join us on Friday, February 13th for a rousing discussion of how to make your business sustainable.  The question I want you to ask yourself is what would I be doing differently if my business was going to be here 100 years from now?

    On Friday we lucky to have 3 stars from the private business world.  We'll start with John Murphy who will talk with us about why private business owners all need to have a coach.  Next, Peter Asch will talk about culture and why it's been the secret sauce in making his family owned soap manufacturing company Twincraft successful.  Finally, John A. Warnick will talk with us about the purposeful trust and what makes it differnt than an ordinary trust.

    All three conversations promise to be interesting, informative and guaranteed to provide you with significant take home value.

  • 00:46

    Sustainability – Helping the Bottom Line Financially as well as Educationally

    in Education

    Most people view sustainability as just another environmental project.  Yet the new Sustainable Jersey for Schools is much more than a “green” program.  Being “green” is just one of several aspects of the Sustainable Jersey programs.  The other benefits look at saving dollars and improving educational outcomes, as well as improving the health of both our students and our staff.  Please join host Ray Pinney as he discuss the benefits and practicalities of this program with Scott McCartney, Superintendent of the Egg Harbor Township School District; Donna Drewes, Co-Director of Sustainable Jersey; and Heather McCall, Sustainable Jersey for Schools Program Director. 

  • 00:52

    Patrick Hibbard: Social Enterprise the Road to Sustainability

    in Entrepreneur

    Patrick Hibbard of Social Enterprise Ventures and Patrick Hibbard Consulting, is one of a growing cadre of young professionals that are researching and finding the importance of connecting the competencies of the private sector in the nonprofit world.  

    Social enterprise has a long history, dating back to the 1800’s, though under different names. The first use of the term ‘social enterprise’ can be traced to Beechwood College in Leeds, England around 1978. Social Enterprise first appeared in the US around 1983. It carries a history of misconception and alignment with many thinking it means a not for profit. However, social enterprise is more aligned with strategies versus a particular corporate structure. That also may contribute to the slow rise of understanding its benefits. Companies can be identified and documented using these strategies as far back as the 1800’s. However using the concept as the foundation and core of business practices was not the emphasis. It was a side-effect of other activities.  In the US during the mid 1980’s the first social enterprise conference was held for the business sector and papers then emerged on social enterprise for nonprofits. However, it never really took hold as a strong and viable model. Now there seems to be re-emergence of its value, so I know we will be talking about how nonprofits benefit 

  • 00:29

    Real Talk Real Game: Reactivated

    in Entertainment

    Topic Focus: Save money and time utilizing your resources to rebuild, reuse and rethink the utility of items once discarded. What will be the future of our growing Green Economy and focus on recycling, reuse, solar and green living? Is trash still a treasure for those that recycle as a living?  Can any individual live off of the underground economy or has modern technology and economics ruined the prospects of further growth? What is the value of metal, gold, silver, paper products, glass bottles and cans. Has the CRV program and subsequent taxes negatively affected profits or successfully funded local initiatives. Is playing  the lottery a wise or useful business or income making strategy?

  • 01:00

    SitPrep - Situational Preparedness

    in Education

    Special Guest: Julie from the Madison Children's Museum to discuss the Sustainbility Sideshow!!!

    #SitPrep will explore all the recent events that can change your situational awareness and your family emergency plans.

    Hosted by Madtown Preppers

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    "There's a Difference between Knowing the Path, and Walking the Path." - Morpheus


    In order to save as many lives as we can please pass this information around, link to our site, whatever you need to do to share this information. Together we can save lives.

    USA Emergency Broadcasting Network has opened up some Sponsorship and Commercial opportunities. Due to the current economic situation we are offer these opportunities as low as $20. Help us get the Preparedness message out to millions of listeners. For more information visithttp://usaebn.org/web/index.php/advertise-with-usa-ebn

    Remember: Research everything before you Believe anything!!!


  • 00:18

    Energy Efficiency & Renewable Energy at the Mass Bay Transportation Authority

    in Business

    Our guest this month is Mike Donaghy from the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA).  Mike will review the MBTA's efforts implementing energy efficiency and renewable energy projects.  The MBTA has implemented many projects that have saved taxpayers hundreds of thousands of dollars.  Mike will discuss the unique challenges implementing sustainability projects for an agency that uses enough electricity daily to power 42,000 homes.

  • 01:00

    Conversations with Counselor Mandy: Inspired Stories of HOPE! - Andrew Harvey

    in Psychology

    Mandy Eppley interviews acclaimed international author, speaker and sacred activist Andrew Harvey. They will be talking about his amazing story and the theme of Spiritual Fortitude - the 5th Step from The Model of Heart-Centered Grief.

    Andrew Harvey is Founder Director of the  Institute of Sacred Activism, an international organization focused on inviting concerned people to take up the challenge of our contemporary global crises by becoming inspired, effective, and practical agents of institutional and systemic change, in order to create peace and sustainability. He is considered an expert on the poetry of Rumi and has written and edited over 30 books including The Hope and his most recent Radical Passion: Sacred Love and Wisdom in Action. He has also been a featured speaker and leader of workshops for The Shift Network.

    Marianne Williamson says this about Andrew,"Every age has its teachers, who keep the eternal truths alive for all of us. And when a generation is very, very lucky, it encounters a teacher so illumined that the words he delivers must be illumined as well. In the case of Andrew Harvey, the light he sheds is like a meteor burst across the inner sky.”


  • 00:59

    The Permaculture Handbook

    in Environment

    Permaculture is a practical way to apply ecological design principles to food, housing, and energy systems, making growing fruits, vegetables and livestock easier, more productive and more sustainable. The Permaculture Handbook is a step-by-step, beautifully illustrated guide to practical, small-scale permaculture rounded out by extensive case studies of three successful farmsteads and market gardens. Peter Bane is a permaculture teacher and site designer who has published and edited Permaculture Activist magazine for over 20 years. He helped create Earthaven Ecovillage in North Carolina, and is now pioneering suburban farming in Bloomington, Indiana Tune in to this segment of The Organic View Radio Show, as host, June Stoyer is joined by special guest, Peter Bane to discuss the benefits of incorporating permaculture techniques into your garden. Stay tuned!

    Today’s show is sponsored by Austria’s Finest Naturally Authentic Pumpkin Seeds and Pumpkin Seed Oil from the Steiermark available at OrganicUniverse.com. Listeners of TheOrganicView can receive $1 off their purchase by using the coupon code "orgview".  For more offers, please visit our website at www.theorganicview.com

  • 01:01

    Kings Counsel & Trust (KCT) News Hour Kings Counsel & Trust Family Office

    in Christianity

    A Kingdom social enterprise dedicated to sharing the Good News and helping others to fulfill God's will ... to become more effective in what you do, give away what you can’t keep, and gain what you can never lose. 

    Join DrFaye as she hosts Dale Hewett Coller, Trustee; Larry Tyler, Trust Administration; and James J. Dygert, as they discuss the Kingdom "Blueprint" for doing business in the 21st Century.

    Kings Counsel & Trust LLC (KCT) is the managing trustee of the single family office, Kings Counsel & Trust Family Office, (KCTFO) designed specifically to serve and enhance the relationships of the Kingdom Family of Faith. To optimize the probability of long-term success. (sustainability) KCT uses a proprietary iMap.

    KCTFO hosts a virtual peer to peer social enterprise community, better known as Kings Counsel. Launched in 2006, the connectivity of KCT relationships spans more than 50 countries, hundreds of registered users, and a privileged list of vetted opportunities with disruptive technologies that could potentially impact the lives of billions!  

    King Counsel & Trust (KCT) specializes in bringing the right people together for a common objective; to walk out God's will on earth as it is in heaven. 


    Only the wise shall understand ... and live freely.

    Dale Hewett Collier,

    Director of Stewardship 



  • 01:03

    The Green Guy

    in Self Help

    Tune in tonight the Georgia World Congress Center is the world’s largest convention center that is LEED Certified and Sustainability Manager, Tim Trefzer walks us through what it took to attain this status and how they are making progress daily to stay on the cutting edge and lead in this category of mammoth buildings.

    Next, Ree Sweeves is back to share more tips on how you can begin living a “zero waste” lifestyle and much, much more!

    Don't miss this show!


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