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If you didn’t hear our show last week, we talked about social media and how it helped the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge – and what a great fundraiser it was. We’re continuing our discussion regarding fundraising social media by demonstrating it, with a group that we have become involved with: Kottages 4 Kids, a cause focused on helping children in Lusaka, Zambia, and partnering with Kids Alive International. Special guest Stephen Shattuck of Bloomerang, a non-profit customer relationship system for donator management provides his advice.
This week on Edge of the Web Radio, sponsored by the Marketing Technology Blog, we discuss the latest marketing technology on the web. We frequently have leading marketers and the founders of marketing technology companies that we discuss these platforms with. Every week we provide guidance to marketing professionals - whether you're running your own company or you're a CMO at an international corporation - we always have information that you can use to increase the performance of your online marketing.
The Running Shoe Industry does not design shoes that help us perform better and safer; they make shoes based on market research and fashion trends. Listen as Jay Dicharry PT and gait analyst helps us sort through the confusion of running shoe selection. The industry served up high heels, heavy cushioned shoes for nearly 30 years. They then did an about face and went minimalist to chase the trend. Now they have turned back to heavily cushioned shoes. Clearly we, they or both are sorely confused! Nothing could be worse for a marathon runner than to shift from one extreme to the other and back again. Jay Dicharry is one of the most knowledgeable experts in the field of running mechanics today. This is a great show for all runners to hear.
On this episode of Conversations in the Zone, I'm chatting with Gregg Pawlowski. Gregg's passion is to equip non-profit leaders to fully fund their mission. He's worked with organizations across the country to increase their fundraising capacity, helping to raise millions of dollars to increase mission impact. As a fundraising coach, consultant, trainer and speaker, he specializes in fundraising and leadership development, having served scores of successful leaders in the non-profit and for profit sectors.
His diverse background is a blend of over 30 years of non-profit and business executive leadership experience, leading organizations to higher performance. Combining his passion and experience with being a Professional Certified Coach (PCC), he is uniquely qualified to help leaders and their organizations achieve accelerated fundraising results. He is the founder of BreakThru Fundraising and works with a broad variety of faith-based and community non-profits across the country. He also served as a Leadership Coach in the MBA and Executive MBA programs at the Terry College of Business at the University of Georgia.
Born in Buffalo, New York, Gregg loves to learn, having attended Rochester Institute of Technology's School of Business and countless seminars and workshops. He is very happily married to his wife Josie, has six adult children and nine grandchildren, and resides in Sugar Hill, Georgia. He enjoys family time, being a handyman, reading, hiking and backpacking.
For more information about Gregg and the work he loves, visit http://www.breakthrufundraising.com.
An Interview with Dr Nicholas Romanov, author and creator of The Pose Method of Running. Dr Romanov is arguably one of the first running coaches to identify the importance of shifting to a Natural Running style to reduce injuries and improve performance.
Pose Running is named relative to the “Pose” position a runner creates as the initiate proper running technique which is describes as an “S” like body position with slightly bent knees with the driving leg lifting the foot under the hip. The matra is Pose-Fall-Pull. This technique allows gravity to act as the primary force of forward movement. Being that our show is named The Natural Running Network Live, this interview should make for a very interesting as well as informative for our audience.
Join Richard Diaz and his guest, Coach Jenny Hadfield as they discuss an exotic running vacation: The Havana Cuba Half Marathon. Due to the US embargo, Cuba has been restricted for US travelers. This is a unique chance to visit and run on the forbidden Island of Cuba.
Few Americans have had the pleasure of visiting Cuba since we blocked trade with Cuba as far back as October of 1960 back. Through the efforts of InsightCuba, a non-profit travel organization specializing in legal people-to-people travel to Cuba for Americans, runners from the US can legally visit Cuba to participate in this event.
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You really can, "Be the change you want to see in the world." as Ghandi suggests. Catherine Trotter has 12 years of experience in Project Management and Strategic Planning. During her career she has serviced the business community in Maryland, D.C. and Virginia. Ms. Trotter is presently the founder of House of New Beginnings, a 501C3 non-profit organization in Maryland. Ms. Trotter has acquired experience in organizing community based programs, neighborhood safety team meetings and building networks between community residents, businesses, schools and churches.
Catherine will talk about her book, Community Engagement from Concept 2 Implementation "8 Steps to Unlocking Your Creative Ideas".
In order to uphold a covenant not to compete, a contract for sale of a business may not circumvent California’s deeply rooted public policy favoring open competition. Otherwise, the non-compete agreement is void. In this show, Bill and Rick discuss the requirement that there be a clear indication that in the sales transaction the parties value or consider goodwill as a component of the sales price, as well as the fact that a covenant not to compete be reasonable in terms of time, activity and territory covered. Likewise, the discussion will distinguish the viability of agreements involving the taking of proprietary material, or "trade secrets," versus a non-compete agreement.
We're taking a different approach to today's program. RL Smith introduces our guest William (Bill) A. Weber who is a Colorado/Boulder legend. A professor and curator emeritus at the University of Colorado at Boulder, the 97 year young Weber had been witht the University since 1946. You can often find him Flatirons Running where you should take the time to visit with him. Be ready for some great stories as Bill is a fountain of historical knowledge. We look forward to him sharing some of those stories with us today.
In this touching episode Behavioral Training Specialist David Rutherford takes a look at the Navy SEAL owned and operated non-profit, Heroes and Horses. David first explores the nations huge problem of struggling veterans and how the Government and the VA system is letting them down. Next he outlines the incredible program H&H has put together for Vets. David finishes this amazing show with a half hour interview with the companies founder and owners. You won’t want to miss this show. www.heroesandhorses.com #navysealradio #davidrutherford
Top Motivational Speaker and Navy SEAL, David Rutherford ignites audiences with his high energy, no nonsense approach to motivating people to succeed in any environment imaginable. As a top Behavioral Training Specialist and Author, David motives people from all walks of life with his motivational philosophy called Froglogic. Derived from 20 years of personal exploration into the human condition David combines his incredible journey with 70 plus years of Navy SEAL operational, training and elite lifestyle performance successes. His masterful ability to inspire enables individuals and teams to forge their Self-Confidence and commit to living a TEAM LIFE.
In this episode David introduces his audience to his definition of "Motivation" as it relates to his experiences in the SEAL Teams and in his personal life. He will be recruiting you, his new teammates for your help defining this critical concept behind human success. Change your way of thinking by enlisting David to become your new motivational swim buddy. HOOYAH!
America is a meca for running. With year round running options and adventures there is something to cater for all tastes.
Following on from the recent Partnerunning Show feature on running bucket and our Partnerunning European Run Vacation episode this week we travel around the United States tasting the running menu.
Taking a month by month approach we cover our favourite events including Honolulu and The Lost Dutchman as well as the better and lesser known events.
Also on this weeks show:
Over the shoulder
Great Ocean Walk 100 review
The road ahead
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