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This show is dedicated to finding and educating Ephraim. Who is Ephraim but the ten lost tribes as described in the Tanach. The question you must answer is: Are you Ephraim? Join us as we speak with Prophet Tom Deckard as he gives us key information about Ephraim today.
John T. Trigonis Crowdfuning, author, filmmaker - A behind-the-scenes consulting machine, John T. Trigonis has mentored hundreds of filmmakers worldwide and helped them to create compelling crowdfunding experiences that not only reach, but also exceed their goals.
A writer and indie filmmaker himself, Trigonis literally wrote the book on Crowdfunding for Filmmakers after running his own Indiegogo campaign for his short film Cerise and surpassing his goal, setting the bar at an all-new high with regards to how online fundraising for independent films should be done. Cerise has since screened at over a dozen film festivals across the country, was nominated for four awards, won an “Award of Merit,” and participated in the Court Métrage at the 2011 Cannes International Film Festival.
Trigons now puts his prowess to the ultimate task as Indiegogo’s specialist for film campaigns, and in the year and a half he's been with Indiegogo, he has coached over 1,000 film campaigns to success, including:Trigonis is currently working with campaigns like Don Cheadle's Miles Ahead while continuing to churn out his own creative projects –– a pair of mystery novels written entirely on his iPhone during his morning and evening commutes, a comic book called Siren's Calling, and juggling a few new film ideas in his spare time.
In "Full Circle", a dedicated priest comes across a disturbing photo of a child in a casket while he's cleaning out the home of a recently deceased older woman. He finds himself pulled between the spiritual and physical worlds until coming to the unexpected revelation behind the photo. Karla S Bryant began screenwriting by giving the NYC Midnight Short Screenplay Challenge a try. All of her entries placed so she then took SreenwritingU intensive class. Her 1st short story, “Not My Secret to Tell” is optioned by Mondall Films in NYC. Karla adapted Full Circle, her 2nd story, as a screenplay. Currently its in production by Living Storm Productions (LSP). 2 other stories, “Thicker Than Water” and “One More Turn” have both been named as #1 top-rated stories for their respective months on Francis Ford Coppola’s American Zoetrope website. Director/Producer for LSP, Jeff Blankenship directed 2 short films written by Craig Olson “Killboy & Krash” and “Stones”. He was DOP on the short “Red Light”, written by Ethan Kanfer. He created a silent film style promo video for Farmmatch.com, a business linking farmers to consumers. His directed “Freud” written by Craig Olson, currently in the film fest circuit.He has owned a video production company that produced video services for commercial and consumer markets. Bryan Royston, a founding LSP member and co-owner, which he started, along with Alex Contreras and David Warner back in 2010, Produces. Stay tuned to Rex Sikes Movie Beat for other great archived interviews, cast and crew listings, events, festivals, premieres, and more at http://www.rexsikes.co
Theme: Focusing on the process of moving from a busy, distracting life to a simple life of purposeful living
Kita Szpak is a Canadian author, happiness expert, and speaker. She started writing 15 years ago, first telling her stories to her three now-adult sons. Kita published her first children’s book “You’re Special Wherever You Are” at the end of 2009. (The book was honored as a finalist in the 6th Annual U.S. Indie National Excellence Awards in the Children’s Inspirational/Motivational category in June 2012).
Transitioning into the “big people” sphere, Kita co-authored with Monique MacKinnon “Tipping Point to Happiness” in 2010. As a follow up to the book’s release, Kita undertook a U.S. radio campaign focusing on happiness, earning the title of “happiness expert” along the way. The book earned her the title of one of the top 50 authors you should be reading in 2012-13 on TheAuthorsShow.com. She now blogs for JenningsWire with her column “Straight Talk on Happiness” and is an in-house happiness expert on The Small Business Advocate Show with Jim Blasingame.
Mr. Mack has a life mission to build and develop a durable financial empire geared towards educating his community and beyond. His career in equity markets began in Detroit, Michigan as a stock trader and later as a trader for the largest NASDAQ trading firm in the nation, Knight Securities. He established his own financial awareness group in 2003 where he began to publish regular newsletters about various financial related issues that were of interest to people from all income levels.
In addition to being a financial advisor working with many prominent clients across the U.S., he charitably lends his support to inner-city communities by coordinating workshops and creating economic empowerment initiatives that teach the principles of understanding the power of financial literacy. Unions, churches, government-subsidized housing communities, municipal programs, nonprofits, inner-city organizations, international communities and especially colleges and universities have benefited from the financial workshops/programs that he has developed and instructed through Optimum Capital Management.
Ryan has also authored his book “Living in the Village”; has been profiled in Tavis Smiley’s Covenant and Action (a New York Times Bestseller); co-authored a book with Kevin Powell entitled “The Black Male Handbook”; featured in Black Enterprise, African American Family, The Source & NV Magazine; contributes regularly to Huffingtonpost.com, The Network Journal, Fortune, and Black Enterprise; received the Top 40 Ander 40 Achievement Award from The Network Journal; was inducted by Medgar Evers College (where he currently serves as a board member) into its national honor society PI ETA KAPPA as a honorary member; and received Tom Joyner’s “Hardest Working Financial Advisor Award” because of his efforts to empower the community with the crucial life skills of financial literacy.
Welcome to the GovTransformer podcast series. Today, we are speaking with Tom Suder, President and Founder of Mobilegov. Tom is a respected and well-known government IT thought leader and has been kind enough to spend some time with us today to talk about mobility trends and government.
It's time for the nerdiest show on Blog Talk Radio ...it's Nerdy 30s time! We are bringing you all the nerdiest and geekiest news on comic books, video games, movies, wrestling and so much more! Tonight we are joined by artist Tom Fowler. Tom has worked for DC, Marvel, and Mad Magazine! Join us live every Wednesday night at 10:00Eastern either in the chat room or on the phone! Also subscribe and download us free on iTunes. It's time to get Nerdy America!
With a unique combination of smooth country vocals and an explosive live performance, Nashville Recording Artist Tom Dixon has given birth to a new way of delivering that sweet country sound, with a heart-pumping, foot-stomping beat that has been bringing audiences to their feet for years.
Tom has continued to work on his song writing skills and has played several writers nights and open mics in Nashville, TN at places such as the legendary Blue Bird Cafe. Tom pulls influences from such artists as: Gary Allan, Garth Brooks, Toby Keith, Jason Aldean and legends like Johnny Cash and Waylon Jennings. Tom is determined and will not let go of the dream. He has had an opportunity to open for artists such as: Eric Church, Alan Jackson, The Zac Brown Band, Sugarland, Phil Vassar & Kip Moore. In 2014 Tom is scheduled to open for Lady Antebelum, Billy Currington and Joe Nichols.
This radio show will be about the amazing rock and roll singer that I saw two times in concert Tom Petty! During this radio show, I will be talking about the band that influenced Tom Petty to want to be in a band, his life and his music career! If you want to find out the band that inspired Tom Petty to want to be in a band and so many other things that you never knew abiut Tom Petty like what happened to his house in 1987 and what actually inspired Tom Petty to write the song American Girl, then listen to my Tom Petty radio show!
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