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Join Sean and Allyon the Assistant as they share their favorite clips from the upcoming SexyBack Summit.
Hear words of wisdom from Paul Chek, Dr. Sara Gottfried, Elliott Hulse, Alisa Vitti, Chris Kresser and more on topics including maximizing your libido, leveraging the menstrual cycle, and natural birth control alternatives.
Call in to chat with Sean and Allyson by dialing 347-237-5608 during the live broadcast.
Click HERE to save your spot at the summit and receive your FREE SexyBack Sessions video series!
Sometimes a business owner needs a little help but can't justify the expense of an extra employee. Other times, he might need some specialized help that he can't get locally. Today, many business owners are turning to the services of a virtual assistant. And as the industry is evolving, VAs who offer more extensive services are becoming known as online business managers or OBMs.
In this episode of Business: Engaged!, we talk with Denise Griffitts. She is a nationally recognized virtual assistance industry expert, online business manager (OBM), thought leader, coach and mentor. She is the founder and CEO of Your Office On The Web and Your Virtual Assistant. She'll talk about what a virtual assistant can do for you and how to find one. She'll even share insights for those who might want to become virtual assistants.
Click here to learn more about Denise Griffitts' company.
Click here to listen to Denise's Your Partner in Success radio show on Blogtalkradio.com.
And who hasn't burned a bag of microwave popcorn at the office? I exploded a bag in our microwave, and what I was left with was a smelly, yellow microwave. I'll share how I got rid of the smell.
Visit our website at www.businessengaged.com to listen to past episodes. And don't forget to connect with us on Twitter at @businessengaged and Facebook (just search for "Business Engaged").
Everybody has a cell phone, and cell phones have become mini computers, able to do photos, videos and audio recordings. Has that given more power to the average person to determine what is news? How will that affect the newspaper industry? Recently all the photographers at the Sun-Times were removed from their jobs, destined to be replaced by newswire services and cell phone cameras. Will other jobs be next?
Building Your Network is all about people you should know in photography. They're artists, teachers, authors and business managers. Their skillset and diversity sets them apart from other photographers and each one is somebody who should be on your radar.
Skip Cohen is your host. In this episode he talks with JP Elario, one of the "Young Guns" in professional photography today. However, he's a Young Gun in age only, having grown up in photography, working with his father for the past fifteen years.
JP talks very openly about the challenges of being in business today and the importance of taking advantage of every tool to help build your skillset as well your social media and marketing efforts.
Rebroadcast of our classic interview "Adam's V.I.P. - Lee Cherry" originally aired September 15, 2010.
We are delighted to welcome Lee as our guest on Wednesday night’s radio show to talk about his art and inspiration. Who is not curious to know more about the Man Behind the Lens? From the beginning, Lee seems to have helped to shape Adam’s image and so perfectly too, sophisticated, edgy, fun and elegant.
This episode of Los Angeles Business Radio is dedicated to the many independent thinkers who dream of turning their passions into a business. Many already have. Unfortunately, too many find out too late that having a passion for something is not an indication that we will be successful at earning money with our passions.
Whether our passion is photography, cooking, poetry, fashion, art, dogs, cats, music, classic cars, skin care, hair care, child development, hamburgers, etc., we, too often, fail to do the necessary due diligence when we decide to make a business of our passion. Sometimes, as a result, our passion becomes our burden. And, that’s not a good thing.
This episode will cover some of the considerations necessary when trying to “turn passions to profits.” Some of the common mistakes will be talked about. The mistakes will be to know for anyone considering turning their passion into profit.
Host, Kalem Aquil, will share his ups and downs in turning his passion for photography into a business. He will use material from his soon to be released premium training program, Small Business Marketing Tough Love System, a resource that teaches small business owners how to attract more customers to their businesses – passion or otherwise.
One of the challenges for artists and other creative types is that, too often, they do not take the ‘business’ aspect seriously. Many feel that ‘business’ is ‘beneath’ them. And, consequently, they say that they want nothing to do with business. Kalem is very familiar with this mistake because so many photographers are guilty of it. He will share some case study examples as well as offer solid tips that will help the ‘creative types’ to “stop cheating themselves” and show them how to communicate the benefits of their passions to targeted audiences that are ready, willing and able to buy.
Jorge Varela, Assistant Director of TECH Fort Worth, has led or been a part of the executive team at technology startups that have had successful exits in telecom, software, and IT services. He has driven growth and value in both his own as well as for client companies as a coach, mentor, and consultant, by developing a holistic approach that integrates customer desirability, product feasibility, and market viability. Jorge’s tasks at TECH Fort Worth includes working with clients to identify value in ideas, define a market strategy, and launch their product or company.
Texas TECH Talk is produced by TECH Fort Worth to showcase emerging technology entrepreneurs and to promote the growth and development of technology start-ups in Texas.
Twice a week, we talk about technology start-ups, focusing on their challenges and successes. We offer guests the opportunity to share their insights, resources they found useful, and ideologies that helped them move forward.
Additionally, we offer listeners information on resources in the state that can give technology start-ups the mentoring, coaching, and support they need to grow and thrive.
Whether we are talking about funding, corporate structure, IP, or R&D, Texas TECH Talk is focused on one thing: YOU, the Technology Entrepreneur. Let us know what you want to hear on this show!
Power of Prayer Ministries very on Assistant Pastor Bishop George A. Wilson will be bringing forth the word or whatever God lays on his heart to do so make sure you join us because you will not won't to miss this service. Call in with prayer request, praise reports and testimonies. Come looking for God to move on your behalf and come ready to have church remember when you call in to let go and let God and lets have church.
Pony Horton is an American filmmaker/journalist/actor of Irish and Cherokee descent. He has lent his talents, usually in the area of technical or visual effects work, to a number of low-and-medium budget feature films, four of which were produced by Roger Corman, including Masque of the Red Death (1989), and Wizards of the Lost Kingdom II (1989), as a matte artist/cinematographer. He also created matte paintings and photography for the Paulco films Fate, and Eternity (1989) both of which were co-produced by actor Jon Voight.
In 1983, Pony began producing and directing TV commercials for the local Los Angeles market, including the first AIDS Awareness Public Service Announcements ever aired in the U.S.
Since 2001, Pony has been producing a lifework under his own company banner, Gravity Arch Media, a docudrama on the life of William Mulholland, titled A Test Of Integrity, which stars veteran character actor Victor Izay in the role of Mulholland, the man who brought water to Los Angeles in 1913. Pony acts as both host and character, playing Mulholland's assistant, H.A. Van Norman. Pony has also produced and directed numerous TV commercials and industrials in recent years under the Gravity Arch Media name. Pony considers it ironic that today he is fighting AIDS himself, after having created those PSA's urging safe sex.
Pony's new book trailer video for Homer Hickam's latest novel CRESCENT is available here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=Wz5Pw_tm8Yo
Kevin Beaulieu: The Executive Director of Pride Toronto, the community not-for-profit organization that produces Toronto's annual Pride Festival. Kevin has a long history of involvement and activism in the community, from his student days at the University of Toronto. Before joining Pride Toronto, Kevin spent 7 years at City Hall as Executive Assistant for Councillor and TTC Chair Adam Giambrone, and a year as the Executive Assistant to TO's City Councillor Kristyn Wong-Tam. TK: Equipped with an extensive knowledge of arts and music, and a two decade-plus award-winning career as a well-respected international DJ/Producer and events producer in addition to a solid background in arts administration, TK has been applying his broad range of artistic sensibilities to his role of Arts & Culture Program Manager of Pride Toronto since late 2010.
Join me Monday, June 17th at 6 p.m. Pacific/9 Eastern on Radio Enso when photographer Catherine Just returns to the show! Catherine is an instigator for personal transformation, using photography as catalyst for personal and spiritual growth. "Shift your perception and let go of limiting beliefs. It’s time to own your greatness.” About: I’m Catherine Just — a photographer, spiritual teacher & coach, and proud mama to Max, my daily nap-partner & light of my life. Before I wheel into my beautifully complicated story of addiction, recovery, art & entrepreneurship, I have something to tell you: You were put on the planet to live & work in a state of limitless curiosity, freedom & love. I recently celebrated 25 years of sobriety. I’m carving out a thoroughly unconventional career, as a multi-passionate entrepreneur, artist & teacher. And I’m devoted to helping my friends, clients & students access their Greatness. My photographs have appeared on the cover of National Geographic Magazine & on Oprah.com — and I was voted one of the top wedding photographers in the country by “Top Knots”, two years in a row. My writing has been featured in dozens of online magazines & blogs, and I’ve shown in galleries around the country. As a spiritual seeker, I’ve had the privilege of working with the legendary don Miguel Ruiz, Toltec Teacher and author of The Four Agreements. For more info, visit http://www.catherinejust.com.