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Everybody has done it; said just the wrong thing at just the wrong time. The moment the words leave your mouth, you wish you could take them back. But what about those more subtle times, when upon later reflection, you realize might have been taken the wrong way? Have you ever considered how the words commonly used within the Staging industry might actually be holding you back? And timing…when and how do we approach sensitive subjects such as pets and odors? Words mean more than their definitions. Understanding the power of the choice of words to use AND the timing of these words could be well worth your time to explore. Join me as I share my techniques on when and how to bring up those delicate and difficult topics in a way that will make you heard, understood and sought after by Realtors and Homeowners alike!
Words have power. Their power can be maximized if you understand the nuance of timing, as well. This class will teach you how to approach clients from a positive/empowering perspective that is appreciated by Realtors and Homeowners alike. If you find you are sometimes at a loss for words this is the class for you!
Docradio presents Modern Combat Masters with Host, Professor Darrell Sarjeant, Co-Host & Executive Producer, Dan Vena Sensei.
Tonight's very special guest is Kumu Michelle Manu.
Our listeners can call into the show by dialing 1-(646)-716-6825, press 1 and you will be put in the que.
This week's guest audio excerpt features Rita Gunther McGrath, the author of The End of Competitive Advantage. She was interviewed by CREW Network CEO Gail Ayers before speaking at their 2015 Network Convention and Marketplace.
The whole interview is only 10 minutes long, and covers a number of topics including advanced strategic planning, challenges for female executives in today's competitive climate, and how CEOs can manage their workloads through better priority setting. You can watch it on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LFREurlszMY
In the two minute excerpt I have selected to share, McGrath talks about the opportunities she sees in the marketplace and how leaders and companies can prepare to handle the changes they will usher in. For procurement, the trend that will have the greatest impact is what McGrath calls dematerialization.
Docradio, Modern Combat Masters Host Professor Darrell Sarjeant, Co-Host & Executive Producer Dan Vena Sensei is proud to present our very special guest, Mestre Dennis Newsome.
Our listeners can dial directly on to the switchboard and speak with our special guest. Press 1 and you will be in the que.
Tonight's show will feature very special martial art's subject matter, our interview with,Mestre DENNIS NEWSOME
Some of his accolades
2015 Outstanding Community Service Award for Capoeira from Senator Joel Anderson “Balboa Park Centennial Celebration”
2010 Fight Master in “Alex Reid – The Fight of His Life” Reality show
2007 Master Dennis Newsome was inducted into the “USA Martial Arts Hall of Fame” as a “Pioneer of African Martial Arts – World Wide”
2004 Master Dennis Newsome was inducted into the “Masters Hall of Fame” as a “Living Legend”
2003 The San Diego Natural History Museums “Shona Art Exhibit”
2002 Graduation to Master of Capoeira “Rio de Janeiro”
2001 “African Market Place” Los Angeles
Exclusive interview with Hanshi Daniel J Vena and Furqan Shabazz on Docmagazine in review. Ed McGrath's School of Isshin-ryu Karate-do & Kobu-do.
Isshinryu is a martial arts curriculum developed by Shimabuku Tatsuo Sensei on the Island of Okinawa. This curriculum was taught to our United States Marines stationed on the Island back in the 1950's. Don Nagle is our first generation American student of the founder Shimabuku Tatsuo Sensei. Nagle Sensei returned to the United States and teamed up with Professor Ernie Cates in Jacksonville North Carolina. This was the first Isshinryu dojo opened up in the United States. This dojo turned out some of the finest martial artists and pioneers. My Sensei Ed McGrath was entrusted with that dojo once Don Nagle Sensei returned home. From 1959 until now EMSOI has continued to turn out some of Isshinryu's finest instructors. Please visit our youtube channel and see our videos. If you need lessons or more info do not hesitate to contact us at email@example.com.
Meeting Trina Bass Coleman in Church was no surprise. That is what her life has been, truth be told. Mom was a respected choral director and Dad: a singer/songwriter. Performance was second nature to little Trina. Choirs, bands, anything to do with Church - the worship aspect of those public outpourings of song is something that has never left her.
This young lady is truly something. A singer on keys, flute and sometimes ukulele - a songwriter of unique strength - and an educator. Add to the mix of those talents these facts: there is a sweet mix of cultures in Trina. There was classical training in her upbringing. She grasps a wide array of genres because that's her world. Especially when Sojourne was formed a few years ago. Gospel, Soul, Classical were already in place. Enter husband, Zachary, who plays guitar in the group. His focus is on Rock and Blues. Drummer Stephen McGrath brings Jazz to the mix - funky or understated. Tim Long is the earthy force behind bass. You mix the dynamic fusion of these sincere musicians and you have a VERY different sound.
We'll be playing three tracks from "These Seeds" - a new work from Sojourne. And the first thought that will come to your mind is that you have no comparison to make. That's what people usually do. "Oh - that sounds like (fill in the blank)." You honestly cannot do that with Sojourne because of the Melting Pot effect. And each song will take you in a different direction! You can't put your finger on any one genre that is dominant over the other here - what strikes you is that Trina's empassioned voice takes you somewhere that you haven't traveled. In actuality, Sojourn means "temporary stay." It conjures exotic images. You may want to stay longer :) Join us on 10/13.
COMMUNITY CONFUSED BUT REALITY IS APPROACHING
Stanislaus County District Attorney investigator, Kirk Bunch, today sits to the right of district attorney Marlisa Firreria. In the prosecution of defense attorney, Frank Carson and eight other defendants. In 2004, Kirk Bunch and Pat Mc Grath were partners in the investigation of former mayor Carmen Sabatino.
At the trial in 2006, Bunch was on the witness being questioned by Frank Carson.
The district attorney’s office and Kirk Bunch, failed to convict the former mayor.
After a three year investigation, Carson was arrested and charged with murder and yet district attorney Fladager states she has no “rancor”
Shelia McCraith, The Orange Rhino challenged herself to go 365 days without yelling at her kids... and succeeded! Check her out:http://theorangerhino.com/
Win a copy of her brand-new book by commenting on this video!
Noleen Finch was born into a family of thirteen, five brothers and five sisters; and often made up stories to entertain her younger siblings. She began writing poetry in her teens and has had numerous poems published in anthologies. She and her husband, Alan, reside in Cambridge Springs, PA. They enjoy their children and grandchildren, as well as traveling when they have the chance.
She's been on several blog-talk radio shows and the purpose for my interest is to make the public aware of the signs of child sexual abuse. My story deals with these signs, along with those of a perpetrator; and it is written under fiction but reads more like faction. I've had wonderful reviews on my story, and would love to be a part of the show to enlighten all listeners on what to watch for.
She has a website dedicated to this: www.gentlebraveheart.com /and one for the book www.afightforinnocence.com, and a FB page under the title as well.
Investigated investigators do not get prosecuted.
Tampering with the jury is a felony, and that is exactly what Stanislaus DAs investigator Steve Jacobson and District Attorney Dave Harris are accused of in the trial of Aleo Pontillo, owner of AJ bail bonds.
DA’S Fladager and Harris are being charged with contempt not a felony.
The accusation is verified from a declaration by Judge Scott Steffen, who presided over the trial.
The accusation was moved from Judge Steffens court to Judge Silveira and now resides with Judge Linda McFadden, who is holding Jacobson to a contempt charge.
Attorney Frank Carson, who filed the complaint said, “I have no doubt that if I or my investigator had done the same thing to jury members in the same situation, we would have been arrested immediately, restricted from the courthouse and prosecuted on felony charges by the District Attorney’s Office to the fullest extent of the law.”
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The McGrath Project is a group of musicians, all respected in their own right, drawing from experiences gathered from living and breathing music, touring the globe, and now coming together to create music that couldn't possibly be categorized or pigeon-holed. Catchy, yet innovative, simple, yet experimental, comic, sinister, heartfelt, perceptive, rock'n'roll, punk, blues, psychedelic, country, jazz...you will hear "a new take on classic rock"! After a 3-year hiatus, the band is back, and Grammy-winning singer-songwriter Gary McGrath will join us to talk about the new music and all his various musical projects, of which have had him working with the likes of Ted Nugent, The Monkees, and Jon Bon Jovi. Be sure to tune in!
Host Cyrus Webb welcomes author James McGrath Morris to #ConversationsLIVE to discuss what it was like to share the life of Ethel Payne in EYE ON THE STRUGGLE.
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