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This week "The Hour to Empower with Dale Roberts" is proud to showcase young entrepreneur, Kyle Stanley of Reel Recruits. His organization is responsible for assisting high school athletes realize their dreams by gaining notice of credible colleges and institutions with an emphasis on athletics. How does Reel Recruits help young athletes? What do they do to gain the attention of colleges for these high school students? How have they helped teens acquire scholarships to these institutions they otherwise wouldn't get on their own? All this and more on the "Hour to Empower" on Thursday, December 5 at 9:00pm MST (11:00pm EST). Please feel free to share and repost to all social media outlets! Thank you for your support.
POLITICIAL ANIMALS---Philippine Independence---The special relationship with America--from recruits who worked as mess boys on US Navy ships to legal immigrants who came to America to"Contribute--not to Con-co opt or corrupt!"
Examples--Raul Vincente Almacen--Ness Aquino and others
historical audio clip 7-4-1946 Philipine Independence
Real estate defective construction--The Berkeley California Student Housing Case involving a collapsed balcony--Why everyone should scrutinize the habitality and construction safety of the rental and HUD subsidize properties.
If you're coming to San Francisco, what to check out before you dine out
POLITICAL FICTION--American Civil War was about State's Rights vs Federal Government--South Carolina had a long history of these state vs federal conflicts
Slavery was a dying institution in the South--The cotton Gin invented by Eli Whitney was vastly more efficient than blacks picking cotton.
Chris Cuomo is the brother of New York Governor Mario Cuomo Jr. On CNN Chris Cuomo raised the subject of "black" about Dylann Roof--Was Cuomo referring to possible black/ african heritage in Roof's ancestry?
The South has a long history of sexual relations even sub rosa between white slave owners and black women. Mixed race defintions include
Clementa Pinckney one of the victims shared the name of Charles C. Pinckney, an early white governor of South Carolina
June 19th Births-Deaths & Events relevant to US(a)
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Chad Wilson dicusses the latest topics in high school football, college football and college football recruiting including:
- The hardest thing for potential college football recruits to do
- Miami Hurricanes talk with Brandon Odoi - college football writer
- Florida Gators talk with Nick De La Torre - GatorCountry.com
- Florida St. football talk with Bud Elliot - TomahawkNation.com
Listen live at 10 AM
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Bret Cooper Football and the discussion of recruits and their academic best. We will get some call ins from the players and the coaches tonight. We will add some needed discussion and applause for the young athletes who are doing it the right way.
MLM After Hours is the place to go for Information about things most people don't really talk about in the MLM world.
Are things going well? Are sales and recruits up or down?
Who's hot ? Who's not... and why.
http://www.buildingfortunesradio.com is where you can also listen in live or listen to previous recordings.
Guest Hosts: Doris Wood, Rey Pasinli, Carol Leclerc, Mel Atwood, Len Clements, Michael Lindner, Peter Mingils
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Some years ago, when I was a Lieutenant with Orange County Animal Control, I was asked to train deputy sheriff recruits in the area of dealing with protective animals at crime scenes or other emergency locations. This came about after a beloved family pet was shot and killed by deputies who had responded to a burglary-in-process call at a residence. That event made it painfully clear that many law-enforcement personnel had little to no training in dealing with protective animals and resorted to immediate lethal force when confronted with a family pet. Of course, one of the best bits of information all emergency personnel can use before they arrive to the scene of an emergency is whether or not a pet is there. And thanks to Smart911, a new service for pet owners, this information is being made available to emergency response agencies. Jessica Rose from RAVE mobile Safety will be by shortly to tell us about all the details. Then after our halftime break, Ashley Cunningham, the president and founder of Barks of Love Animal Rescue will be checking in to talk about all the latest news from her organization and tails with happy endings.
KIDS OF THE BLOCK, INC. (KOB) is a 501(c)3 nonprofit incorporated in the state of Illinois. Founded in 2003 by Diane Latiker, she opened her home to youth in her community to help them steer away from the negative influences they saw daily. KOB, has it is known, began to work with youth, teens, and young adults ages 12-24 years old. After speaking with the young people about their issues and concerns, she offered them homework help, mentoring, activities and a "safe place". Her work with youth emphasized self-development that would lead to change. Through individual meetings and group discussions new recruits were encouraged to assess their current situation, identify skills and a knowledge base needed to achieve the goals they have targeted. Starting out with ten youth from the neighborhood, almost 12 years later, KOB has serviced over 2,000 participants since it's inception.
The “at-risk” youth are involved in Health Workshops, Cultural Events, Educational Tutoring and celebrations in their honor for achievements and participation. The density and variety of programming invites these youngsters to come “off the streets” and become engaged in events that are conducted in a safe and caring environment.
The organization’s key objectives are:
To create a positive environment where youth can feel free to be creative;
To provide exposure to other cultures, ethnic groups, communities, and activities;
To work with each youth as an individual to promote continued positive development;
To cultivate skills and meet the needs of the young people we serve;
To celebrate their accomplishments.
Tonight, USBWA Hall of Fame writer Mike DeCourcy from The Sporting News is our guest. He will give his thoughts on the proposed rule changes, 2015 recruits and more.
Kristin York returns this week with her Views from the Street.
And Mike and Michele will be debating something...you just never know what!
Talking the Wisconsin Badgers recruiting in basketball and other sports!
http://iResults.info/9367/networkmarketing Want to know the most crucial time in a recruitment process? The first week pretty much determines how the rest of the course and indeed,partnership works out. But really it's the first 72 hours that are mostcrucial in a consultant business. The sad news is majority of the people who join a direct selling business actually "check" out mentally within the first three days, so all the training you do after that falls on deaf ears.This is terrible news for anyone hoping to light up the world with their little marketing team, but of course it's not the end of the story. If you'rea leader, or working on becoming one, then the first three days ofsigning a new member can have a significant effect on how that person performs in the business. It's a time where you want them to get off to a great start and stick it out when it gets complicated. Here are a few tips to help get them ready to sell more and exceed their own
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