• 00:31

    Professionalism in the Paranormal Industry

    in Paranormal

    Join your host, Christina Barber and co-host, Scott Barber as they discuss professionalism in the paranormal industry. Unfortunately, the industry seems rife with in-fighting, mud slinging and bullying, placing the paranormal industry into a very negative light. Is it possible to 'rise-up' from this maelstrom of unprofessionalism, to gain respect among the scientific community? Tune in to find out what Christina and Scott have to say!


     

  • 01:00

    Diane Brennan, MBA, MCC - Coaching Professionalism

    in Current Events

    Coaching Professionalism: Owning our roots and strengthening the field


    This show will be about the evolution of coaching and coaches as professionals. What are the disciplines, theories and practices that influence coaching? Why is important we own our roots? What do we really need to know as practitioners?


    Special Guest:
    Diane Brennan, MBA, MCC works with leaders and teams to expand thinking, navigate change, and create a learning culture. Her clients are in aerospace, academics, healthcare, science, and engineering.  She is Dean of the Master Coach Program for the Business Coaching Institute, Helsinki, Finland. She served as the first Director of Training for Fielding Graduate University's Evidence-Based Coaching Program. Diane is co-editor of The Handbook of Knowledge-based Coaching with Leni Wildflower, PhD (2011) and The Philosophy and Practice of  Coaching (2008). Diane is recognized internationally as a leader in coaching and served as the global International Coach Federation President in 2008. She is also a member of the European Mentoring and Coaching Council, a founding fellow of the Harvard Institute of Professional Coaching and the International Positive Psychology Association.


    Diane lives in Tucson, AZ. She can be reached at diane@coachdiane.com


    Coach Conversations is sponsored by the ICF Phoenix, produced by Ana Melikian an Elite Level Book Yourself Solid Coach, and hosted by Katharine Halpin, MCC.

  • 01:03

    Episode 272: Naval Professionalism; up, down, and back again - with Will Beasley

    in Military

    What are the intellectual responsibilities of the naval professional? What is the canon sound thought in the maritime realm is based?
    Historically, what has been done, what has worked, and what should we be doing? Should the naval professional just focus on his narrow area of expertise, or does he need to have a more interdisciplinary approach to his intellectual development?


    Our guest to discuss this and more for the full hour will be William M. Beasley, Jr.,  associate attorney with Phelps Dunbar, LLP in Mississippi. He graduated Phi Beta Kappa from the University of Mississippi with a BA and MA in history where his graduate thesis examined the impact of popular culture, inter-service rivalry, civil-military relations, strategic planning, and defense unification on the "Revolt of the Admirals" of 1949.



    Mr. Beasley received his JD from the University of Mississippi School of Law, where he served on the editorial board of the Mississippi Law Journal. Prior to joining Phelps Dunbar, Mr. Beasley worked as a research consultant with the Potomac Institute in Arlington, Virginia. He is a member of the Center for International Maritime Security (CIMSEC) and his work on maritime history and security has appeared in Proceedings, The Strategy Bridge, and USNI Blog.
     

  • 00:29

    Professionalism? What is it

    in Culture

    Professionalism? What is it?


    How do you feel about it? Does it really matter to you?


    Do you agree that policies are needed in the work place to have a clear and fresh atmosphere?


     

  • 00:58

    The Blood Shed: Professionalism

    in Entertainment

    THIS IS A PRE-RECORDED SHOW!!
    This shouldn't have to be covered.
    Let's be realistic, though, there are many kinksters who forget common courtesy, respect, and professionalism.
    Professionalism within play or scening and also professionalism within industry genres, like photographers and models. What is having a level of professionalism and how to achieve it?
    Listen live EVERY Tuesday at 9 PM!

  • 00:30

    How To Bring Professionalism in to your Medical Practice

    in Management

    Professionalism in a medical practice is very easy to recognize but it’s hard to define. Today, Rebecca Morehead interviews Dr. Laura Hills of the Blue Pencil Institute on this topic. Dr Laura is an author, speaker, consultant, coach and columnist for The Journal of Medical Practice Management. She will share 15 characteristics of professionalism and help medical practice managers understand how to bring a culture of professionalism in to their medical practice. 

  • 00:12

    Show Professionalism with a Virtual Office

    in Business

    Show Professionalism with a Virtual Office by Tim Jacquet is our topic The Core Business Business Show.
    The Core Business Show with Tim Jacquet is sponsored by Apple Capital Group, Inc. Apple Capital Group, Inc., is commercial finance asset based lender based in Jacksonville, Fl. For more information about Apple Capital Group lending, please check out our website at http://www.applecapitalgroup.com. If you like to be a guest on The Core Business Show, please email us at info@thecorebusinessshow.com or call Tim Jacquet at 855-635-3300 Extension 130.

  • 00:16

    CDA Plus... Childcare Dollars Accelerator, Plus! A New Professional Journal.

    in Education

    The CDA, or the Child Development Associate, is an important credential for those in the professional childcare space.   Commercial center Directors, and even family child care providers have this credential either because it is mandatory for the job they hold, or as a step towards professionalism and career advancement.


    Childcare is one industry that is here to stay no matter how the economy changes, however, the profitability of this industry is still subject to all the challenges of other businesses, even though demand for this service will never go away.


    Maintaining the CDA credential requires continuing education, and this education opportunity is prolific, but most of what is available surrounds the job itself - how to care for the kids, curriculum, safety, center specs, and more.  Very litte niche specific education and resources exist that talk about money and profitability in this space.  This publication speaks to your personal development as a leader in the industry, and most importantly, to your money.


    The CDA Plus..., The Childcare Dollars Accelerator Plus, is a professional journal recently launched to speak to that need.


    The founding editors are myself, Trudy Beerman, the Lifestyle Upgrades the Debt-Free Wealth Way Money Coach, and veteran CPR/Safety Trainer to the childcare industry; and Nadine Burnside - a 30+ year veteran of the childcare industry, and owner/Director of two commercial childcare centers.


    You know childcare.  Now, let's talk business!   If you are an owner/director in the childcare space, or if you hold the CDA credential, this show is for you.

  • 01:05

    All Things Spiritual and Supernatural with Wes Forsythe - March 26,2015

    in Paranormal

    Tonight on All Things Spiritual and Supernatural, your host Coyote Chris Sutton welcomes very special guest Wes Forsythe of www.ihuntghosts.com!

    Wes' website iHuntGhosts.com exists to catalog and display what he has captured, discovered, thought about and just plain had fun with. Not everything there is evidence...but everything there is real. He is not famous. He will probably never be on television unless he is the witness to a tornado. He is not trying to validate some past personal experience. He may never prove anything to anyone. Wes hunts ghosts because he is driven to do it and his only true personal agenda is to share what he learns and experiences along the journey.

    Wes came to this field fairly late in his life. However, he spends a lot of time researching ideas, theories, and equipment and approachs his investigations with enthusiasm, professionalism, and as much skepticism as he feels is warranted on a case-by-case basis. As the cliche says, "There are no real experts in this field." So the opinions he presents on his site can be measured on that scale. He investigates with a mix of technology and traditionalism. He does not believe that we can expect to solve all aspects of the paranormal by using the normal. However, he does not believe that personal experiences constitute proof. If Wes finds nothing, that does not mean there is nothing to find: The absence of proof is not the proof of absence. If he does find something he is also aware of the reality that he may not have found what he thinks he found. That is not to say he is not skeptical of claims. Even when Wes believes a location has paranormal activity, he does not see the value in believing every noise and shadow are ghosts.


    Be sure to follow Wes on Twitter @ihuntghostscom!

  • 02:02

    Becoming a Cosmic Citizen with Don Daniels and Sierra Neblina week 10

    in Spirituality

    Communication Through Inspiration


    Close Encounters of the Crustacean Kind


    From my book:


    Evolution Through Contact – Becoming a Cosmic Citizen.


    How do Higher Dimensional beings and Extraterrestrials communicate with us? It could be through intuition and inspiration. Perhaps many of us are actually going to “Night School”, and yet the memories of that are screened from our consciousness until the time is right. That strong urge you are getting to work on some project is a form of communication,  perhaps relating to something they have trained you for or given you a download on how to do. It might even be something important towards pushing us over the top towards advancing to the next higher dimension as a civilization. 


    For me, an event I will describe triggered an outflowing of Poetry and writing that resulted in my book. I know I had help on a number of levels, and I know they were giving me gentle nudges to “Get it Done”. In a later session we will talk about confirmation of that. 


    Next, I think we will have time to discuss one of my more interesting encounters with other beings. It was a very unexpected and unusual encounter, but it also illustrates how all the preparation I had been doing on myself helped prepare me for this very strange encounter. It should also encourage YOU to do your homework and self-analysis to see if you would be ready to handle a similar encounter with professionalism, courage, and grace.


    We always welcome your questions and calls about your experiences. 


    You can call 646-478-3085 and press 1 to be put in the cue. 


    You can also listen online at:     www.BlogTalkRadio.com/Sierra-Neblina  


     

  • 00:32

    Blacks and Professionalism - Can they exist together?

    in Business

    Exhibiting professionalism is a lot more then being in a field that is called a profession.  You can be a lawyer, a doctor, a scientist and still not show an ounce of professionalism.  A hard truth in our community is that we DO NOT show professionalism therefore...we ARE NOT professionals.  Is this true?  How do we change this perception or can we?  
    I will be providing my own true life experiences on this topic and would love to talk to you about yours or your opinions on this topic.  Tune in and join in!

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