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Our guest is Brad Baldia, who is the Director of Turnkey StartupSpace, a new co-working outfit in Philadelphia.
Brad is a business and community activist at the same time. He is the President of Philippine Chamber of Commerce of Pennsylvania and Southern New Jersey. He has received numerous awards for his efforts, including the "Unsung Heroes Award" by Keystone Mercy Health Plan, and "National Brotherhood /Sisterhood Award" by the National Conference of Community and Justice. In 2002, he was recognized as one of the "Top 30 Most Influential Asians in America Under the Age of 30". In 2007, Brad was one of fifty individuals citywide that was nominated for the “Spirit of Philadelphia” award by Greater Philadelphia Cares.
Tune-in Wednesday, April 1
This episode we spoke about "How to Train Your Dragon 2" and how they tackled the topic of mind control. I mentioned the story "Harrison Bergeron" and a sad attempt at making everyone "equal". We discussed subliminal messaging in ads and tv shows and ways that News shows put you in a hypnotic state so that you will be more open to suggestion, unfortuneately the sound quality for this episode was very poor. We had some other technical difficulties making this a very short episode.
Always we discuss ways to free yourself and gain greater independence over some area of your life, this time it was your own mind!
Join Ms Fahim & Owner of Zberry Frozen Yogurt, Ms Zenzile Powell...Zenzi As Many Call Her Was Born And Raised On The Southside Of Chicago...Her Name Zenzile, Means There Is No One To Blame But Yourself, Which Is A True Indication Of Her Destiny...Zenzi Grew Up In The Hyde Park Community Of Chicago.. She Graduated From Kenwood High School And Went On To Further Her Education By Getting Her Bachelor Degree In Accounting And Master Degree In Business Administration...
Listen In To Ms Zenzile Powell And Ms Fahim As They Talk About Her Business Zberry Frozen Yogurt And The Many Delicious Frozen Yogurt Treats She Serves...Mmm, Mmm Good!!....Don't Forget To Tell Your Family & Friends To Listen In....Contact Ms Fahim At 773 651 0934
Ms Fahim Talks To Teacher/Entrepreneur Mr. Wesley J. Johnson..Wesley is a 29 year old teacher Who Obtained His Bachelor's Degree In Computer Science From Rust College In Holly Springs Mississippi..He Has Been A Business Owner For Two years..His Passions are Coaching Children, Networking, And HelpingPeople..
Contact Ms Fahim At 773 651 0934
Are you wondering where you are going to find your next job? Are you a parent of a young adult struggling find a job? Are you a parent whose goal is to raise children who will always be able to make money?
Today we are going to discuss the article From Unemployment to Startup ( http://yhoo.it/qB5UeF )
Raising Innovation doesn't happen over night. You need to know yourself, trust yourself, let go of preconcieved notions, and look at the possibilites!
Career-savvy expert Marschelle Chatman, M.Ed. is the founder and Executive Director of The WorkLife Priniciples Institute, a preeminent career management, career coaching and training company focused on equipping clients to master their everyday lives. As a professionally trained coach, Marschelle is affectionately known as "The WorkLife Coach" and reaches many listeners on a wide range of work-related issues and challenges through "The WorkLife Principles Network", a bi-weekly talk show on BlogTalkRadio. In addition, Marschelle also works as an executive career coach, trainer, speaker, writer, and consultant who has helped thousands of individuals cut to the heart of their worklife frustrations and dissatisfaction to find the work they love and learn how to master their lives.
Clients reap the benefit of her 20 years of professional experience in human resource management and training and development to Fortune 500 companies and small businesses. In her last corporate role, she served as Asst. VP, Staffing & Recruitment Services overseeing talent acquisition for the nation's largest healthcare management company providing dental care to children and young adults.
Marschelle brings experience from corporate environments, the temporary staffing industry and executive search firms to her work. Additionally, during her Masters studies at the University of Arkansas, she provided career solutions to students while working at the university's Career Development Center. Her unique blend of experience and expertise has equipped her to coach individuals to successfully reach their full potential in their work lives.
With her career in the employment field supporting organizations, she has reviewed more than 200,000 resumes and applications, interviewed over 32,000 job candidates, assisted organizations in hiring more than 18,000 employees across the nation, and individually coached more than 2,500 job candidates.