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retired American professional basketball player in the National Basketball Association (NBA). He played collegiately at Moberly Area Community College and Kansas State University. He was a 6-time NBA All-Star, a 5-time All-NBA Team member and a former NBA Rookie of the Year. In 976 NBA games, Richmond averaged 21.0 points per game and 3.5 assists per game. His nicknames include "The Rock." #2 has been retired in his honor by the Sacramento Kings, for whom he played seven seasons. He was on the cover of video game NBA Live 97. Richmond is now a scout for the Golden State Warriors, for whom he played from 1988 to 1991.
MITCH GOUDY IS THE COUNTRY MUSIC NEWCOMER WHO IS MAKING HIS WAY INTO THE HEARTS OF MUSIC FANS OF ALL AGES. AS ONE OF THE COUNTRY MUSIC ASSOCIATION (CMA)’S ‘WHO NEW TO WATCH ARTISTS’ FOR 2014, HE IS BECOMING ONE OF COUNTRY’S HOTTEST NEW STARS ROCKING STAGES ACROSS THE NATION. EVERY TIME HE PICKS UP HIS GUITAR AND STARTS TO SING, YOU KNOW THIS GUY NOT ONLY HAS THE ROOTS FOR AUTHENTIC COUNTRY MUSIC, BUT THE HEART TO BACK IT UP.
THE BIGGEST RECOGNITION HE RECEIVED RECENTLY WAS BEING NAMED ONE OF CMA’S ‘WHO NEW TO WATCH 2014’ ARTISTS. SINCE THEN, MITCH HAS BEEN DETERMINED TO SET THE BAR EVEN HIGHER IN HIS CAREER. “THAT’S ALWAYS BEEN A GOAL OF MINE —TO MAKE EVERYTHING I DO BETTER THAN THE LAST. TO GET THIS ACKNOWLEDGEMENT IS BEYOND WORDS. I CANNOT BELIEVE I’M ON THE SAME LIST AS ARTISTS LIKE COLE SWINDELL AND CHASE RICE!” THIS YEAR IS ONLY GETTING BETTER FOR HIM AS HE GEARS UP FOR HIS FIRST EVER CMA MUSIC FESTIVAL. “I CANNOT WAIT! I GREW UP READING AND SEEING THE ARTISTS THAT TAKE PART IN THIS FESTIVAL AND NOW I’M GOING TO BE ONE OF THEM! I’M READY TO MEET EVERY COUNTRY FAN, SIGN AUTOGRAPHS IN MY OWN BOOTH AND JUST TAKE IT ALL IN.”
Welcome to Business Black Belt Radio!
Each week I interview an investor, an expert in business development, financing, marketing or management, or an entrepreneur who offers some keen insights into building your business...
Mitch Axelrod is the creator of The NEW Game™, author of The NEW Game of Business, The NEW Game of IP (Intellectual Property) and the #1 bestseller, The NEW Game of Selling.
His training and educational programs have generated $3 billion of revenue for thousands of companies and hundreds of thousands of people.
Since 1978, Mitch has presented 3,500 seminars, workshops, webinars, teleconferences and clinics and has trained more than one million people on entrepreurship, business, sales, marketing, life skills, playing and winning the new game of business.
He has shared the platform with Jack Canfield, Denis Waitley, Barbara Corcoran, Brian Tracy, Mark Victor Hansen, Mari Smith, Jay Abraham, John Assaraf, Michael Gerber, Les Brown, Dan Kennedy, and dozens of other experts.
He is also a specialist on licensing IP and renting content.
Mitch’s proudest accomplishment are the 10 years he invested raising his son as a single, stay at home, Dad.
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Axiology => science and study of human value
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Margaret Mwila Buter was recently elected Councilor for London's North Richmond ward under Prime Minister David Cameron's Conservative Party. Councilor Buter is the first Zambian born to make history by being elected into the British political system, she speaks of an overwhelming support from the North Richmond community during the time leading to elections in which she eventually emerged with a landslide victory. Councilor Buter was sworn in on May 28, 2014 with other councilors at York House in the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames.
She is our guest on PERSPECTIVES to discuss her experience during the campaign and her vision for future prospects of a political career.
Mitchell James "Mitch" Richmond Retired American professional basketball player in the National Basketball Association (NBA). He played collegiately at Moberly Area Community College and Kansas State University. He was a 6-time NBA All-Star, a 5-time All-NBA Team member and a former NBA Rookie of the Year. In 976 NBA games, Richmond averaged 21.0 points per game and 3.5 assists per game. His nicknames include "The Rock." #2 has been retired in his honor by the Sacramento Kings, for whom he played seven seasons. He was on the cover of video game NBA Live 97. Richmond is now a scout for the Golden State Warriors, for whom he played from 1988 to 1991.
Career politician Mitch McConnell can’t defend his big government, big spending record so he depends on making up lies and slinging mud. To combat these lies, the Matt Bevin for Senate campaign has launched a new website at MudslingingMitch.com.
"We will take the fight to Mitch McConnell and hold him accountable for 30 years of failed leadership," Alison Lundergan Grimes
Reviewing the Toyota Owners 400 at Richmond on Saturday night. Joey Logano becomes the second driver to "double up" in the Cup Series this season. The racing in Richmond with the new tire was much better. The tire actually weared, but there's still work to be done for sure.
Jeff Gordon finishes runner-up with the best car in the race. He was clearly frustrated with finishing second in the race. Will this effect Jeff the rest of the season?
And... Brad Keselowski was angry cause Matt drove him into the fence. Going for the win? Is Brad way way off?
We'll talk about it all on Talking in Circles today at 2PM
Mitch and Numbers welcomes Alfred Morris onto the show to discuss his passion to give back and his impact on his hometown of Penscola, Florida.
Local Spotlight: Malik Brown recent graduate of Highland Springs High School, in Richmond, VA
Opening Huddle: Mitch and Numbers discuss the current professional athletes contracts!!!
TheLoboLair talks with new asst coach, Alan Huss as well as recruits Mitch Lightfoot and Sam Logwood.
We have a lot of ground to cover on the latest episode.
We offer up our thoughts on the life and career of the late Robin Williams and how he affected our lives.
We switch gears and talk some sports with the NFL, MLB, and MMA all offering up plenty of discussion.
Should Mitch's favorite racer, Tony Stewart, be charged with a crime in last weekends horrible tragedy?
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