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First, check out Stings' TED.Com talk.
Next, have a listen to Soul's reflection on how this TED talk captures the philosophy of the journey you'll experience when you dive into Pay Me What I'm Worth.
To start your journey today, check out free samplings of Pay Me What I'm Worth.
Finally - join us to be able to answer "YES" - to this question: "Are you paid what you're worth?"
There is no question that pay per click internet search advertising is an effective means of garnering leads and finding prospects for some companies. However large numbers of small businesses have found that they have yet to crack the code needed to make pay per click profitable. Pay per click has many elements and it has often been compared to art rather than science. Wouldn't it be great if you had a formula that taught you how to maximize the return your get from pay per click. In this episode we will explore the in's and out's of pay per click and teach you how to hedge your bets so that you get the most out of internet pay per click.
Headliner, Janelle Ambrosia of Buffalo, NY. Yes lets talk about this young lady who just abused the word more than I have ever heard in a movie. She thought nothing of it and she did all this in front of her children. Talk about parental guidance or lack there. I would love to hear from feed back on this from you all.
Today show we touch on a sensative subject, Gay for pay. How serious can one take someone take another when they tell them that they only do gay for the money, but they are not gay. I know, there is a strange bewildered look on your face wondering, are you kidding me. Now most people would think that ok he is not gay because he is doing it for the money. But you are still having sex or some type of sexual interaction with another man. Join me as we take a look into this questionable postion of one that decides to get into "Gay ".
Also we will talk about one of the hottest video apps out, VINE. Everyone is on Vine and if you are not, then I'm sure there is a reason. What is Vine all about? Has it turned into another sex app or is it still an app that everyone can use and not worry about running to a vid of someone jacking off. Well of course that wont happen unless you are following that person, as of now. But lets see who all will be down with doing it for the Vine, cause I aint gonna do it.
Jerry Pippin gives his impression of Pay per Click Journalism.
Internal documents obtained by WW show that a quota system is being put in place that calls for steep increases in posting to Oregonlive.com, and promises compensation for those employees who post most often.
The new policy, shown to the editorial staff in a PowerPoint presentation in late February, provides that as much as 75 percent of reporters’ job performance will be based on measurable web-based metrics, including how often they post to Oregonlive.com.
Beat reporters will be expected to post at least three times a day, and all reporters are expected to increase their average number of posts by 40 percent over the next year.
Maya Angelou, Barbara Walters, John F. Kennedy, Martin Luther King. History Makers? Yes! Inspirations? Absolutely! But last time I checked, I can't call any of these people up to ask, "Should I take that job offer?" or "Do you think I'm ready to start my own business?" or "Do you think investing in that company is a good move for me?"
Angelou, Walters, Kennedy and King, were and are all great INSPIRATIONS. BUT, we don't personally know and didn't personally know any of them. They are or were dream people you hope to meet, wished you could have met or hope to be like.
So when the tough life questions come up and you're unsure of your next move, who do you turn to for guidance. Who's the person you bounce your aspirations and far reaching dreams to? Who is your go-to person? For some, its our parents. After all, who knows you better than them? Or who you can trust more? But, what about professionally or spiritually, when your parents just can't help. Who then?
Well, what about a personal mentor? Someone who can guide and advise you in your career and even in your personal life. Yeah, that sounds good. But do I really need a mentor? I'm smart enough to figure things out. And how do I even get one? I can't advertise on Craigslist for that? Or do a google search? Can I?
This Saturday June 28, 2014 2 7:30pm EST, REAL TALK LIVE 216, is putting the topic of mentoring on the floor and having the discussion. REAL TALK LIVE 216 presents,"PAY IT FORWARD: THE POWER & THE GIFT OF MENTORING
Many taxpayers are unaware of the facts when it comes to paying their taxes. How much do you have to earn to be required to file a tax return. If you're not sure, then listen carefully to what we are reporting today. When it comes to the IRS, knowing your rights is crucial.
Call in to (646) 715-5739. Senior Pentagon officials told Congress that you will sacrifice your pay and benefits, to have better training and equipment. Call in and let us know your thoughts on this matter!!
ObamaCare is a wealth-theft program that forces you to bend over and say "ahh"; Federal bureaucracy gets in the way of complex ongoing relationships that serve civil society, and ends with acts of state-sponsored terrorism; Forget Barack Obama's "equal pay" demagoguery - in the Obamaconomy, just about everyone is worse off (except Democrats, of course); The Left is trampling free speech for the sake of orthodoxy - but is it eating itself in the process?
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Meet Carma Spence, Founder of Own Your Awesome Business and Life Coach. Carna empowers entrepreneurial women authors and experts to build creative, authentic and profitable businesses.
Carma grills Soul Dancer about the exercises in Pay Me What I'm Worth. She asks some tough questions. Listen in to find out how Soul reacts to Carma's bold, frank review of this book.
After the show, be sure to click to visit Carma's Pay Me What I'm Worth class page to learn more about her special offer to join her in class!
Are you paid what you're worth? If not - join Carma in class as soon as you can!
I am choosing to remain anonymous, for my personal safety, the safety of my partner and because I am extremely stealth. I am not stealth because I am ashamed, I am stealth simply because I want to be seen as a man, no more, no less. I am also choosing to remain anonymous because I felt it makes my cause more genuine, if that makes any sense, ‘so you can just call me the "pay it forward" guy.
He quotes I may not have all of the money in the world, but I would like to consider myself an anonymous benefactor. I fully believe in random acts of kindness and paying it forward, because I too was at the bottom of the barrel. I believe it is part of my life's mission to lend a helping hand to others in need.