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In the "83.5 is the saddest number that you'll ever do" edition. Jeffrey and...uh, just Jeffrey answer your e-mails. You see, there were a number of scheduling conflicts this week, but there were A LOT of e-mails. So one man and a can of beer take on your questions about Dario Alvarez (again), T.J. Rivera (also again, but the first time this year I think), the Savannah Sand Gnats, the best pitches in the Mets system, the front office's offseason plan, and a potential Harvey trade (or TRAID...yeah, probably TRAID). We (okay, Jeffrey) promise(s) this will never happen again.
Near the end of probably the most important week of all of their campaigns so far, many of the "Arizona Crew" return to the Social Spitball Show. On Tuesday, August 19, the deadline to raise enough $5 donations to qualify as "Clean Elections" candidates passed. This coming Tuesday, August 26 is the Arizona Primary Election. Our "Arizona Crew" is honoring Barbara and Bram by making one of their final pitches to voters before the primary on our show.
13-year-old sensation Mo'Ne Davis throws two-hit shutout at Little League World Series
Mo’Ne Davis continued her run of dominance in the opening round of the Little League World Series. A 13-year-old girl who grabbed headlines last week when she led her Philadelphia team to Williamsport, Davis steamrolled her Tennessee opponent on Friday.
Mixing a fastball that topped out around 70 mph with an effective slider, Davis needed only 70 pitches to shut out Tennessee for the complete six-inning game. She allowed two hits, struck out eight batters, and walked none.
In the process, she caught the attention of a reigning MLB MVP, and a guy who’ll likely win one this year.
If you step back and view the big picture of all of the turmaoil in so many different places, certain things become more and more clear...there are a tremendous number of poor, young, unemployed men of color, ALL colors, who are REALLY angry. The root of the problem may vary from continent to continent, while the blame game is played across political spectrums, fingers pointing at the so many guilty parties that it becomes confusing. Authorities, everywhere, muzzle the rights of those to speak freely, build a permanent under class under the guise of whatever regime is entitled, cast judgement based on historical hatreds of race, religion and gender while maintaining an outward appearance of equality and a police/military presence more worthy of the battlefield than the streets of a city destroyed with righteous dignity and the approval of whatever exalted, misplaced icon you worship, follow or claim fealty too. So much in common, so little hope. Welcome to HELL...and it's only going to get worse.
And in the end, a 13 year-old female, African-American, honor student, media celebrity and Little League baseball player from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania that pitches for and leads the Taney Dragons at the Little League WORLD Series reminds ALL what WE are capable of.
Do you like the attention you receive from sales pitches from someone you don’t even know?
Do you make choices based on your fears or your current level of panic?
Do you know what your personal “Why” is for joining a program or making a purchase?
The topic of this episode of Everyday Joy comes from the listeners! After many emails and conversations with some of You, Jen is bringing the topic of Fear versus Power Based Choices to the air! Marketing and Sales is a part of life and yet it is the topic that makes most people cringe. No matter what your reaction is to sales, it applies to YOU and your business, friendships, life style and intimate relationships in ways you may not understand.
Jen Halterman brings her years of experience through working in sales in the Radio Industry, Life Coaching and being passionate about community connections as well as personal relationships to this topic as she exposes some of the limited perspectives that maybe holding you back and how you can set yourself free from the habit of Fear Based Reactions!
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Romance novelist Bernadette Walsh interviews Harlequin editor Allison Carroll. Allison was formerly with St. Martin's Press and currently works on Harlequin's single title line (HQN). Allison has read a lot of romance plots, proposals and pitches and will discuss some of the common pitfalls. She will also discuss some of the hot upcoming trends in romance.
As per the US’ Small Business Administration, about 90% of all small enterprises fail within the first two years. One of the main reasons is inefficient Sales. And it is no different in other countries all over the world.
Sales provides the litmus test for your products and services. It is the bridge to walk over to turn your business concept into reality. It is hard and it is existentially important. The best idea and product is only precious if you have clients that buy them. Jack Vincent knows about the magic of powerful Sales based on his decades of experience bringing products into markets.
In this radio show, Jack will share with us his wealth of Sales experience. Jack gives us a glimpse into his own story of building his hugely successful Sales consulting business. And he will offer powerful insights into how to define your target clients, how to open doors and how to create Sales pitches that Snap, Crackle n’Pop.
CEOs, business owners, entrepreneurs: If you want more success... more profit... and less stress... then listen to business expert, Howard Lewinter, for business strategies, tips and ideas to improve and grow business.
Listen to today's 5 Minute Business Strategy: Business Owners Need To Listen To Cold Call Pitches.
A bleary-eyed Big Al and HookSlide spend another show talking about the Tigers' bullpen, ponder the pros and cons of the Joakim Soria deal along with the Joe Nathan and prospect fallout, ask how Detroit can 'win' the trade, debunk jinxes and revel in the glory that is Ryan Raburn's throwing arm.
Bless You Boys Podcast 121 was recorded July 25, 2014, has a running time of 73 minutes, and features Al Beaton and HookSlide.
Tigers acquire closer Joakim Soria from Rangers for prospects Jake Thompson and Corey Knebel.
Did the Tigers overpay for Soria?
Trading prospects is the equivalent of buying lottery tickets. You could hit big, but the odds are heavily slanted against you.
Are the Tigers scrapping their future with prospect heavy trades? Was the Soria trade a "screw the future" deal thanks to an octogenarian owner who wants a World Series win NOW?
Should the bullpen have been better addressed during this past off season?
Joe Nathan is still the closer. But for how long? Would Soria be best used in higher leverage situations earlier during a game?
How do we define "winning the trade?"
Fangraphs: Joakim Soria and the value of a postseason relief ace.
When Dave Dombrowski says it's 'highly unlikely" Joel Hanrahan pitches for Tigers, he's actually saying "Hanarahan will not pitch for Detroit in 2014."
Some things will never change, such as the Tigers' connection with Lakeland.
Debunking baseball voodoo: There are no such things as jinxes.
Ryan Raburn is gonna Ryan Raburn. Just ask Corey Kluber.
All that, plus tangents galore!