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Judith Simmons, Goodwill Industries of Southern Arizona & Deb Sanders , Global Takeback Director, Dell
How to safely and properly dispose of electronic waste including computers is an ongoing challenge for businesses and individuals. What’s the right thing to do? (NOT throw it in the garbage!) E-waste is a global issue – the volume of it, the dangers to the environment if not disposed of properly and risk it can pose to countries in ways we might never even have thought of. Join us to hear about this partnership as Deb and Judy talk about just what they are up to. This show made possible due to the generous support of Goodwill Industries of Southern Arizona.
You may have heard other business owners complain and working with Millennials. There is a pretty commonly accepted thought that you should not hire Millennials to work in your company. But what if you are missing out? What if the very thing your company needs to grow is contained in the brain of someone you are dismissing just because of their age. We wouldnt do that with older employees, so why do we fall into the trap of not hiring them?
First off you have to understand that a Millennial is anyone between the ages of 15 and 35. That is a pretty huge range to lump altogher. Next we need to take into account all the things the younger generation has grown up with. Simple things like the microwave and cell phone are as common as breathing for them. And on the other hand people under a certain age have never walked all the way up to the terminal to meet someone flying into an airport.
Before we abandon a whole generation (again 15-35!!) lets take a look at the misconceptions. What a Millennial can bring to the table and how we as good business owners can help them be an effective member of our team
Host Steve Kidd is joined by Lee Caraher the owner of Double Forte Marketing to talk with us on this episode of Thriving Entrepreneur about Millennials and Management
We have to returning guests this morning, that we had a great conversation with back in February, Janine Hammer and Angelica Dulce of Waste Management.
Janine brings over 20 years of experience in government affairs, community relations, environmental sustainability, and customer focused service to Waste Management. After attending NYU, Janine got her start working for non-profit organizations including Neighbor to Neighbor and Global Green where she served as the Development Director and the Coalition for Clean Air where she served as Chief Operating Officer.
Angelica Dulce graduated from California State University Long Beach in 2012 with a Major in Environmental Science & Policy. She interned with the City of Long Beach Office of Sustainability and was in charge of the Green Business Recognition Program that awards businesses for their green efforts. In 2013, Angelica worked for the nonprofit group Los Angeles Alliance for a New Economy, where her focus was the Clean Air Clean Trucks campaign at the Port of Long Beach. She was the liaison between the community, city officials and over 10 other non-profits to promote and publicize the environmental impacts of pollution in the harbor community.
Today it’s all about reusing, recycling, reclaiming, repurposing and environmental responsibility and this morning we’re going to hear about Waste Management’s latest programs that are about to go into effect in Manhattan Beach.
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Amy Aubry shares her personal journey into the world of essential oils. On today's show Amy talks about the role essential oils and Young Living's Slique System plays in weight management.
*Amy and Jennifer are Independent Distributors for Young Living. All personal experiences with essential oils and opinions expressed are our own and in no way reflective of Young Living. Consult with an aromatherapy professional to learn if essential oils are right for you.
Robert Jacobs is associate professor at Hiroshima City University and Asia-Pacific Journal contributing editor. He is the author of The Dragon's Tail: Americans Face the Atomic Age (2010), the editor of Filling the Hole in the Nuclear Future: Art and Popular Culture Respond to the Bomb (2010), and co-editor of Images of Rupture in Civilization Between East and West: The Iconography of Auschwitz and Hiroshima in Eastern European Arts and Media (forthcoming 2015). He is the principal investigator of the Global Hibakusha Project.
There have been over 2,000 nuclear weapon tests in the world, almost half by the U.S. Millions of people have been exposed to radiation from these tests, and countless more still live in radiation contaminated areas. This is true for all nuclear powers, but especially the U.S. and the territories of the former Soviet Union. Virtually nothing has been done to compensate these people, or to remediate their land.
In Japan, virtually everything that the government of Japan (GOJ) and TEPCO are saying about Fukishima they know to be lies, and that their purpose is to manage public perceptions to minimize liability. The history of radiological contamination provides information about what is ahead for Fukushima, and that this history is being deliberately ignored.
Maria Gilardin produces TUC Radio from her off-the-grid home in Northern California.
Today a classic series on THE DYNAMICS OF POSSIBLE NUCLEAR EXTINCTION:
The anti nuclear campaigner and physician Dr. Helen Caldicott organized a two day symposium in February 2015 with an international panel of leading experts in disarmament, political science, existential risk, anthropology, medicine, nuclear weapons and artificial intelligence. They addressed the risk of accidental nuclear war, recently proven facts about a global nuclear winter that can be caused by the unleashing of just a few nuclear weapons, the expanding militarization of space, the power and pathology of the US military industrial complex, privatization of the US nuclear weapons labs, nuclear war crimes in the Marshall Islands, as well as two of the vibrant movements to abolish nuclear weapons, a divestment effort under the title Don't Bank On The Bomb as well as ICAN, the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons.
2nd hour: Dr. Michael Parenti, the progressive political scientist's unscripted reflections on capitalism, socialism, the role of universities, Cuban plumbers, Russian prostitutes, and his former running mate--and once close friend--Bernie Sanders. Plus commentary on capitalism, socialism, public utilities, popular rebellion, plutocrats in general, the Waltons in particular, Occupy Wall Street, and the monetary system.
Also a brief recorded essay by Parenti from 2005--"Welfare for the Wealthy"--and relevant songs by Monty Python's Flying Circus and David Rovics. More details, photos, nice links, & other good stuff on the show's Web site: http://newworldnotes.blogspot.com
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NY Times best selling author, Kevin Kruse, interviewed high achievers--including Mark Cuban and other billionaires, Shannon Miller and other Olympians, straight A students and over 200 successful entrepreneurs--to discover their habits for productivity and defeating the feeling of being "overworked and overwhelmed." He'll join us to talk about what he learned and how we can adopt those ideas.
Kevin Kruse is a New York Times bestselling author, an Inc 500 startup founder, and his newest book, 15 Secrets Successful People Know About Time Management is based on groundbreaking research into the habits of Olympic athletes, straight-A students, over 200 entrepreneurs and 7 billionaires, including Mark Cuban.
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We are excited to have Anthony Lee Witt, the founder and creator of The Champion Entrepreneur as a guest on Shedding The Bitch Radio!
Anthony is experienced in providing valuable information and resources to help you become the champion that you know deep down inside that you are. Like most entrepreneurs and individuals in this life, he has had his fair share of struggles. He believe's that no matter who you are, there have been one or two struggles which have held you back from becoming the champion you were made to be. He want's to help you overcome these struggles.
What is holding you back?
What are you afraid of?
What or who has stopped you in the past?
Join us on Tuesday Dec 1st to hear first hand what he has to share. Make sure to call in and ask questions!!
Join Stacy Gertz and Melissa Stockman, RN, MS, BC-ANP, PNP, Medical Director for the Time to Play Foundation, as we discuss Weight Management -- a subject that affects so many of us in today's society.
Call in and join our discussion! 646-200-0848 -- During Empower Half Hour we'll talk about proactive things each of us can easily do to make every day better. We'll motivate and empower ourselves and each other. The whole idea in this podcast is people helping people and collaboration equals success. We're all in this together!
Empower Half Hour is made possible by D. James Marketing, celebrating 10 years in business (www.djamesmarketing.com) and our sponsors 3 Roads Cosmetics of Port Jefferson Station and New Best Cleaners of Port Jefferson. See sponsor information atwww.TheEnjoyLifeProject.org
Time to Play Foundation, Inc., a not for profit 501c3 corporation with the mission and purpose to enrich the lives of others through programs, public awareness outreach activities, events and learning opportunities that further the concept of enjoying life. See ways to create "LIFE BALANCE" at www.TheEnjoyLifeProject.org