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Jason Rosell CEO and Founder of Caliente Fitness is the world’s only TV/Fitness Personality and Music artist to combine his original dance music and fitness programs all in one. Jason will discuss Caliente Fitness and Sweat Inc. and how he got involved in the Fitness Industry and why growing up overweight led him to become more healthy. Jason and I will also discuss ways that you can get healthy and he will give us some information on fitness and nutrition and so much more. His workout’s and music videos have been featured in top-tier media such as, Steve Harvey, E! Entertainment, VH1, MTV, Men’s Health Magazine, Women’s Health Magazine, Glamour Magazine and many more. Jason was the host and celebrity fitness/nutrition expert for Being Fat Sucks, a show sponsored by GOOGLE with over 9.1 million viewers. Jason has graced the cover of over 50 international magazines and has worked with some of Hollywood’s top entertainers. Most recently, Jason was featured on Spike TV’s newest fitness series, Sweat Inc, starring Jillian Michaels premiering October 20th. For more information about Jason Rosell please visit his website http://www.calientefitness.net
Join the conversation with Dr. Rosell Jenkins, a clinical psychologist who examines the spiritual, emotional, and physical well being of women of color.
Dr. Jenkins earned her Bachelor’s degree from Spelman College in Atlanta, Georgia and
her M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in clinical psychology from Virginia Polytechnic Institute &
State University. Dr. Jenkins completed her clinical internship at the Veterans Affairs
Palo Alto Health Care System (VAPAHCS) in Palo Alto, California and a postdoctoral
fellowship at the University of Texas M.D Anderson Cancer Center. Dr. Jenkins’ areas
of research have focused on factors that impact use of violence against women and
quality of life issues, particularly sexual functioning, in breast, colon, and prostate cancer
survivors. Additionally, she has authored and co-authored scholarly articles in the areasof quality of life in cancer survivors and health services for underserved populations.
With Cactus League action underway, the John Vander Wal memorial edition of the PDP is comin' in hot.
In this week's edition, we're prospect-heavy, going over Baseball America's Top 10 Rockies prospects and discussing the early spring action of Jon Gray and Eddie Butler. Troy Tulowitzki's back in action and looking healthy, so naturally everyone's freaking out that bad luck is sure to follow. We'll give you updates on that, Charlie Blackmon's spring debut, and Jorge De La Rosa's groin issue. Plus, we'll tell you what a Yard Goat is and how it might have a place in the Rockies' system in 2016. All that and more on Episode 35 of the Purple Dinosaur Podcast!
Rosters have been announced for the 2014 MLB All-Star Futures Game, and just one Rockies prospect is among them. We discuss Rosell Herrera with Drew Creasman of PurpleRow.com. Plus, we'll banter about the start to the Short-Season Class A and Rookie campaigns as well as the Rockies' ability to somehow use a DOZEN starting pitchers before the season turns three months old. It's Episode 15 of the PDP! Come with us!
Jason Heat from I Love Money and I Love New York
Yalil Guerra was born in Havana, the son of the famous vocal duo Rosell y Cary. There he studied at the National School of Music with classical guitar professor Jorge Luis Zamora. At the age of 16, he won the International Competition and Festival of Classical Guitar in Krakow, Poland. Nowadays he writes music for US TV networks Univision and Canal 41 Miami. And, noably, he composed the FIFA World Cup theme in 2010.
The Total Tutor and Jarrett will interview Michael Lohan. He will discuss the tabloid rumors about Lindsay and their relationship. Also, The Total Tutor will interview Reatha Gray of Betty Whites Off Your Rocker. Last, The Total Tutor will interview celebrity from I Love NY on VH 1 Jason Rosell.
Dr. Jenkins provides Mental Wellness Services to adolescents, adults, couples, and families, and she specializes in parent training, women’s issues, anger management, and fostering healthy interpersonal relationships. She earned her Bachelor’s degree from Spelman College in Atlanta, Georgia and her M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in clinical psychology from Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University. She completed her clinical internship at the Veterans Affairs Palo Alto Health Care System (VAPAHCS) in Palo Alto, California and a postdoctoral fellowship at the University of Texas M.D Anderson Cancer Center. Dr. Jenkins’ areas of research have focused on factors that impact use of violence against women and quality of life issues, particularly sexual functioning, in breast, colon, and prostate cancer survivors. Additionally, she has authored and co-authored scholarly articles in the areas of quality of life in cancer survivors and health services for underserved populations.
Dr. Jenkins conducts workshops and training programs for schools, professionals, parents, and community organizations focusing on responsible use of technology, practicing intentional joy, anger management training, diversity, and a variety of other topics. She also leads adult groups focusing on interpersonal issues and life transitions. In addition, she teaches mindfulness and capturing joy in the moment. Dr. Jenkins has also been a featured guest, addressing family violence, on the Houston radio station KPFT 90.1. Most recently, she has offered workshops and retreats geared towards helping women live more authentic and passionate lives.
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Getting and Retaining Employee Referrals Presentation With Robert (Bob) Rosell and Marci Cantor from Social Media Emotional Intelligence (SMEI)
The presentation will demonstrate the importance of having Employee Referrals as part of your current and future employment searches, and is meant to walk through all the steps from start to finish in finding, getting sponsorship, writing introduction messages, and talking with potential employee referrals.
The contents are meant to cover a gap regarding an employment search. We are initially taught how to develop a core foundation job search tool kit (resume, cover letter, elevator speech, and handbill), and back end related skills (interviewing and salary negotiations), but not networking as it relates to getting employee referrals. It is that gap that this presentation content covers. More people are landing jobs today through employee referrals compared to any other means.
He was born in Havana, Cuba, April 27th,1973. The son of the famous Cuban vocal duo Rosell y Cary. His first musical studies were at the National School of Music (ENA) in Havana, Cuba (1985-1991) with classical guitar professor and concert master Jorge Luis Zamora.
At the age of 16, Guerra won the International Competition & Festival of Classical Guitar in Krakow, Poland, as well as the Special Prize (1990). Making a tour the following year for different Poland cities. He thus became the youngest Cuban awarded a prize in an international competition. He studied two years at the “Instituto Superior de Música” (I.S.A.) and studied classical guitar with Jesús Ortega, Joaquin Clerch and Efraín Amador. Then he moved to Spain, and obtained his Master Degree in Classical Guitar at the Royal Conservatory of Music “Queen Sofía” in Madrid, Spain with professor and concert master Gabriel Estarellas. (1994-1998) with professors Daniel Vega and Mercedes Padilla Valencia. He received composition classes with composer and professor Aurelio de la Vega, Emeritus professor of the Cal State University, Northdridge, California.
Nowadays he writes music for US TV networks such as Univision, Telefutura and Canal 41 Miami; the music of shows such as: FIFA World Cup music theme 2010, Viva el Sueño (2009), the Latin Grammy awards (2005 through 2009), Premio lo Nuestro (2006 through 2010), Up front (2005 and 2006), Escándalo TV, Tributo a nuestra música, Premios Juventud, etc. are among his credits. He is producing and composing albums in his recording facility in Burbank, California.
This year, Guerra was nominated by the Latin Recording Academy in the Best Classical Album category, with his first album “OLD HAVANA” Chamber Music Vol. I.