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  • 01:03

    Talking NY Jets Salary Cap & Free Agency With Over The Cap.com

    in Sports

    This week we are joined by special guest Jason Fitzgerald from Over the Cap.com.  Our hosts Brandon Dowling and Joe Blewett will talk to Jason about where the Jets stand against the salary cap. Several reports this week mentioned that the Jets are in even better shape than originally estimated, because the salary cap went up and the Jets were under the cap last year. Jason will fill in the blanks and let us know exactly how much room the Jets have to work with. 

    Free agency begins on March 10th, so we will also discuss some possible free agent targets for the New York Jets.

  • 01:19

    SwCA Episode 206: Never Mention A Number First When Negotiating A Salary.

    in Business

    SHOW SITE: http://www.courtneyanderson.com/swca-episode-206-financial-fierceness-series-never-mention-a-number-first-when-negotiating-a-salary.html


    SHOW NOTES: Our FINANCIAL FIERCENESS!™ series integrates our financial goals into our development plan for surpassing our goals. We deal with the specific issues we need to explore in order to achieve (and surpass) our financial goals. This episode is, "Never Mention A Number First When Negotiating A Salary.”

    In this show we discuss A Stone* of Solutions™ regarding:

    1) Why you decide how much money you will make.

    2) First rule of salary negotiations is that humans do not want to talk about salary.

    3) Do not be anchored and defined by a past salary.

    4) Why you think a “good salary” is different from what your employer thinks.

    5) Why negations are a positive experience.

    6) How to use your chess and/ or poker skills to win.

    7) How to answer an application request for your former salary.

    8) How to research [...]



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    Site: www.CourtneyAnderson.com

    Email: info@CourtneyAnderson.com

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  • 00:48

    Saints Start Salary Cap Moves, Oscars, Twitter Questions

    in Sports

    The boys talk about Saints starting to get under the salary cap, Oscars, and your Twitter questions. AND THE THEY DO IT LIVE! It's the off season, what else could you expect

  • 00:06

    What's Best For Your Business? Sales Commission Or Salary?

    in Business

    Take 5 minutes from your busy business day and listen to expert business advice to grow and improve your business with Howard Lewinter.

    In today's 5 Minute Business Strategy Howard talks about: What's Best For Your Business? Sales Commission Or Salary?

    CEOs, presidents, founders, business owners across America trust Howard Lewinter's business advice to solve business problems, increase business profits and live their entrepreneurial dreams of running a successful business with less stress.

  • 01:30

    Seahawks salary cap 101 with Davis Hsu on Field Gulls Radio

    in Football

    We're joined tonight by FieldGulls.com's resident cap expert on the Seattle Seahawks. He asked if he could come on to bust some common myths, and drop some additional knowledge on everyone.

    How is the offseason salary cap calculated?

    Ever wished you knew a quick trick to calculate your teams cap on a napkin?

    Davis is going to answer questions like these, along with going into detail on terms like these:


    "Dead money"
    "Cap versus cash"
    "Staggered contracts"

    There's a ton of information coming on tonights show, so get out your notepads and get ready to fill your brains with some of that salary cap stew Davis has been cooking up for a few years now.


    Don't be surprised if we hit you with a few of those gems from Pete Prisco on Russell Wilson from last week either, time permitting.

  • 00:55

    Women & Law — Value & Its Impact On Your Salary, Title & Clients

    in Business

    Join Patty Azar as she hosts Juliet Peters, Founding Partner, Framework Legal, PLLC.  Don’t miss this wonderful opportunity to hear directly from Juliet as she recalls her journey from journalism to law.  Listen as Juliet talks about the daily commitments all women must make to ensure we are not tempted to take lower fees or bad clients and how she has been able to use her fees to leverage her success.  Juliet tells of her life lessons and pitfalls as they relate to being positioned for partner, ability to ask for and receive market-rates fees, to opening her own firm and taking control of her life, her clients, her billable hours and fulfillment of career and community.  She has an amazing story – join us!

  • 00:26

    April Show: Your Career Questions Answered

    in Self Help

    SixFigureStart offers career coaching by former Fortune 500 recruiters. Our show is hosted by Caroline Ceniza-Levine, former recruiter in financial services, management consulting, media, technology, and pharmaceuticals. In this episode, Caroline answers questions on getting promoted, job search in your mid-60’s, finding international salary data, breaking into a writing or social media career, and what else to try when you have submitted a resume but haven’t heard back. Resources mentioned in this episode:

    Strategies To Get Noticed For The Next Big Promotion

    10 Low-Cost Options For Customized Leadership Development

    Seven Dangerous Assumptions That Derail The Older Job Seeker

    How To Get Salary Data You Can Really Use

    Seven Things To Do At The Start Of Your Job Search

    Want A New Career But Unsure What? Do This First

    Cold Calling A Potential Business Lead – A 3-Step Guide


  • 02:00

    Should The Community Pay A Salary To Its Full Time Political Activists?

    in Women

    Organizing voter registration drives, holding mass meetings, raising funds, contacting the media, passing out literature, even sending out mass e-mails in order to organize people for mass political action, requires the time and resources to work without the pressure of wondering how ones bills will be paid. These are activities necessary to change conditions for a community, and yet, the activists who make things happen are often stuggling to survive themselves, which makes it unlikely that efforts will be successful to change conditions for those who most need a change. Why do we expect activists to volunteer their time and work for free, when those who are in control of government resources get paid a handsome salary to live comfortably while they maintain the status quo? Should there be a fund that community members pay into which would support acticvist who lobby and organize for better conditions for the people? Or are such organizations already in existence, but merely need more financial contributions form those they consistently help? How do we change the thinking of those who are in need of better public service so that they understand "freedom ain't free"? Which organizations do people trust enough to invest enough money into that can hire those who are dedicated to working for better conditions for all? The Urban League? The NAACP? The National Action Network? The Rainbow PUSH Coalition? Your local block club? Your own religious organization? Or something else? Would you help pay the salary for full time political activists who work for your interests? 

  • 00:31

    Bonni Lile Titgemeyer on Pay Equity

    in Social Networking

    Bonni Lile Titgemeyer CEBS SPHR CHRL CMS SHRM-SCP @BonniToronto , Managing Director, The Employers' Choice Inc drops by @DriveThruHR  to talk about Pay Equity

    DriveThruHR was designed to be a captivating and easy-to-digest lunch discourse that covers topics relevant to HR professionals.  Each 30-minute episode features a guest speaker who shares her or his knowledge and experience in human resources. Our hosts and special guest cover a wealth of topics, including HR Technology, Recruiting, Talent Management, Leadership, Organizational Culture and Strategic HR, every day at 12:00 pm Central Time.  The radio program is hosted by @williamtincup, @Thehrbuddy @TheOneCrystal & @MikeVanDervort..  The #1 HR show, with amazing HR conversations and follow us on the twitters at  @drivethruhr and #dthr.




  • 00:42

    “Why am I always living paycheck to paycheck even when I get salary increases?"

    in Business

    This episode is part of our FINANCIAL FIERCENESS!™ series! This episode is, “Why am I always living paycheck to paycheck even when I get salary increases?”

    Be cautious about budgets. People may create “ideal” (or fantasy) budgets. The goal is attaining and sustaining financial independence so you need to increase your income (and income producing assets) and lower your expenses. 

    The title of this episode states that there is already more income yet they are still paycheck to paycheck. Thus, we should immediately focus on expenses. Remember, the path to financial dependance (aka “broke”) is to spend more money when you earn more money. Instead, you must simultaneously work to increase income (or revenue) while decreasing expenses. Focusing on decreasing expenses, you must do the opposite of the inclination (i.e., I got a raise so I can get the bigger satellite package, etc.). 

    Money Days?
    This is my term for when I go through all of my expenses and cut costs (or increase my money that I have possession of). I take all of my required expenses (utilities, etc.) and my desired expenses (cell phone, etc.). I usually take 1-3 of the total list on each Money Day and do the following:
    -Call the vendor.
    -Have a timid demeanor.
    -State, “I am not able to afford this. Will you please help me lower my bill?”
    -I tell the customer service agent that I don’t want to cancel my service but I am just unable to afford it. If they do not make any acceptable reductions, I will then go to the cancellation department (usually an agent trained in retention of customers who will be able to offer better savings to me).
    -Add up all of the money that I have saved each Money Day!

    I have paid myself money that I was giving away and I am now moving closer to attaining and/ or maintaining financial independence! 

  • 00:32

    Can You Place an Employee on Unpaid Suspension

    in Legal

    Some employers discipline their employees by docking their pay or putting them on unpaid suspension for violating workplace rules. However, such a policy can create big problems if the employee whose pay is reduced is exempt from such suspensions because he or she is paid on a salary basis and generally exercises a certain degree of responsibility and discretion in doing the job. In this show, Bill and Rick discuss when salary deductions are applicable and how unpaid suspension exceptions apply.