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It is that time of the year again when, many of the criminal elites meet up in, Northern California.
This is a two week sausage party at the, Bohemian Grove... People have been protesting this event
for years and it has gained much attention. There have been many testimonies from attendies, workers
and witnesses to what goes on behind the heavily guarded gates. Many people believe that these evil and twisted
males have been doing sacrifies during the, Cremation of Care ritual/ceremony.... Just think of that title for one moment
while you think of these criminal minded males.... The ending, or cremating of their care. They do not care and their actions towards
humanity reflect on their lack of concern, their lack of care. I think it is about time that we over took this place! Most all in attendence
have commited crimes against humanity and it is time that they are held accountable for all they have done!
In episode three of VolNation's Power-T Talk, Daniel and Zack talk about the 2014 Tennessee Volunteers defense. Can Tennessee develop a consistent pass rush this year while replacing all four starters up front? Jordan Williams and Curt Maggitt were moved to different positions. What will that do for Tennessee? The guys also talk about the lack of depth at linebacker and how Tennessee can compensate. The young guns at defensive back are talked about and what is expected out of the freshmen this year. Lastly, the guys get to "Quick Twitch" on defense.
Three guys will discuss current events along with crazy topics about life. we will cross the line and say unfiltered things.
Who better to learn negotiation skills from than a seasoned veteran from advertising and print media?
John K. Lindsey has been in the profession of sales since 1967 and sales and management training since 1982. He founded his own company, Lindsey & Associates, in 1987 and has conducted hundreds of workshops for salespeople, sales managers and the general public throughout the United States, Canada and U.S. Territories. Lindsey has also conducted workshops for American Press Institute, Newspaper Association of America, Inland Press Association and 20 state newspaper associations.
After graduating from Arizona State University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in English Education, he continued his education at A.S.U. in the College of Communication. Lindsey later taught classes at Thunderbird School Of International Management.
Lindsey sold advertising for The Arizona Republic, and, during his five years as a salesperson, won the Annual Sales Contest three years and placed second once. In 1979, he became Sales Supervisor for the newspaper. He was later appointed Training and Development Manager and was awarded the newspaper’s Spirit Award for his ability to motivate the sales and management teams.
Realizing the need for business owners to understand the principles of marketing, advertising and promotion, Lindsey developed a series of public workshops which he has conducted over the past twenty years throughout the U.S. and Canada. His public workshops on resume writing, interviewing techniques, self-motivation and individual growth are especially beneficial in today’s competitive job market.
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SHOW NOTES: In our JOYFUL ART OF BUSINESS™ series we explore how to combine the positive benefits of our professional endeavors (“business”) with the overall positive emotional return on our efforts (“joy”). The act of engaging in professional endeavors, in any capacity (i.e., as an employee, employer, entrepreneur, contractor, volunteer, paid, full time, part time, intermittently, etc.) is an expression of our ideas and creative talents (“art”). All of this is in furtherance of our mission to surpass our goals! Our episode today is, “I Am Competing With Three Billion People For My Job! Really?”
This show is intended to remind us that whether or not we want to think from a global perspective as individuals that we are subject to global realities. Thus, instead of focusing on your employment opportunities in a particular city, country, region or other limited part of our planet, you are impacted by global competition for professional opportunities.
This title of this episode was inspired by the following content, “A good job is a job with a paycheck from an employer and steady work that averages 30+ hours per week. Global labor economists refer to these as formal jobs. Sometimes leaders and economists blur the line between good jobs (formal jobs) and informal jobs. Informal jobs are jobs with no paycheck, no steady work. […] Of the 7 billion people on Earth, there are 5 billion adults aged 15 and older. Of these 5 billion, 3 billion tell Gallup they work or want to work. Most of these people need a full-time formal job. The problem is that there are currently only 1.2 billion full-time, formal jobs in the world. This is a potentially devastating global shortfall of about 1.8 billion good jobs.
Mark 6:50 They were all terrified when they saw him. But Jesus spoke to them at once. "Don't be afraid," he said. "Take courage! I am here!"
Bring your lunch and join us on Wednesdays at noon to hear The Prayer Journey. Internationally known Pastor, Ministry Leader and Motivational Speaker, Rev Dr Pablo Diaz along with Rev. Lemuel Blackett as they guide us in our quest to become more intimate with God in the series The Prayer Journey. Wherever you are in your spiritual journey, Both pastors will provide insight and practical steps to help you along your path of achieving greater intimacy.
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The Washington Nationals swept the three-game set from the Pittsburgh Pirates with a walk-off win in Nationals Park. Scott Hairston's sac fly ended it after blown saves by each team's closer sent it to extras.
In today's feature episode I will be interviewing an Ex Pastor who fell from the Pulpit but not from God's grace he had struggled many years with addictions to and it cost him everything including his family. I know this is not a comfortable issue for alot of us even in the church but it is a topic that needs to be shared because it is growing in a rapid way in this country. We will be discussing how it started for my guest and what I have dicovered the stronghold is in the family pool so often we overlook it but the truth of the matter it is a sickness and the person who abused the other party most likely was abused themselves. I really wanted to take my time with this interview so I will be conductig four segments each Wednesday and Thursday at 9:00 a.m EST starting August 13,14, 20,21. You do not want to miss this heartfelt sorry.I pray that through this interview people will be delivered and set free from bondage that is what the enemy wants for us to stay a prisoner in our minds but God comes to set us free. I am always praying for you and your families. Remember God loves you with an Everlasting Love.
City of Champions co-editors Matt Gajtka, Larry Snyder and Zac Weiss join forces for the latest episode of Three Rivers...One Show, the flagship program on City of Champions Radio. The up-and-down Pittsburgh Pirates are the primary topic again this week, as they attempt to stay in playoff contention despite missing key players due to injury. What is a reasonable expectation for this team as they continue a difficult stretch in their schedule? How should we assess their performance without Andrew McCutchen, Neil Walker and Gerrit Cole? Also, the Steelers prepare for their first home preseason game this weekend against the Bills. Can LeGarrette Blount be what the team hopes he can be - a good counterpunch to Le'Veon Bell in the Pittsburgh backfield? Finally, the guys relate their Final Thoughts on the week in sports, both local and elsewhere.
Washington Nationals' right-hander Stephen Strasburg threw seven strong innings and the New York Mets scored just one unearned run as the Nats swept the three-game set in Citi Field with a 4-1 win powered by two-run home runs by Adam LaRoche and Bryce Harper.