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We will continue our conversation from last week discussing how to use temporary setbacks as guidance opportunities for future success.
As usual, we will also discuss two delicious recipes for sharing. The "safe" recipe will be Spinach Ricotta Pasta, and the "adventure" recipe will be Ham and Black-Eyed Peas Stew.
How can we recover from a tragedy? What do we do when we've just come out of a toxic relationship? Who can we turn to when we feel like we can't take the burdens anymore? Well tune in to this episode to hear one woman's journey to recovery and sustainability. Ms. Caprice Smith joins us live to help push us through obstacles and back on the road to greatness.
Thomas Dowd, Professional Development Coach shares "Successful Strategies" to Land a Great Job in a Troubled Economy on Let's Talk Strategies with Danette Moss, today at 11:30AM/EST, 10:30AM/CST, 8:30AM/PST. Join the conversation online: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/letstalkstrategies or call (323) 657-0935. Don't miss out!
Date: June 3, 2014
Time: 11:30AM/EST, 10:30AM/CST, 8:30AM/PST
Topic: Unemployment- Successful Strategies to Land a Great Job in a Troubled Economy
To learn more about Tom, visit: http://www.transformationtom.com
I want to be sure Americans know why unemployment remains too high these days. I want to be sure Americans know it is in our hands, we the people, to bring down the unemployment figures. Unemployment is high and more than one group is at fault, for different reasons. There's enough blame to go around. It's mostly about greed and some of it the greed is because of need. How can you willfully, daily, hurt the country you confess to love?
My story on unemployment was not easy
It was a story that i had to work at a couple of times until i got it right
I didn't have no help and i could have gone back into depression but that was already gone out my life
today I am no long leaning on the government for money
I am working towards some goals in my life for this radio station
and sometimes i just feel like people have still told me a lie cause i am still left saying what should i be doing by now?
Still looking for sponsors and advertisers. . for this radio show I will be having some top stars on this show. . . next month
To find a good job in a hurry you gotta have a workable plan. The way to make job search more productive and less time consuming takes a series of objectives.
1. Dealing With Setbacks of Unemployment
2. Goals and Career Choices
3. Read and Follow Instructions
4. Accept Today and Experience Change
5. There is Room for Improvement
Attitude matters in all we do, especially job search. Anticipate getting hired. An application either help or hurt your job search efforts. Appearance is important for that first impression. Building self esteem is important. Build on your strengths and get hired sooner rather than later.
The David Hittle Show, illustrates the news of the week and giving the opinion that the audience has come to love. Listen to the most conservative show on Blog Talk Radio - The David Hittle Show!!
We all experience Setbacks at some point in our lives. Those moments or even days where we thought we had already let go, moved ahead and gotten beyond that dark cloud over our heads. It is so important not to confuse a Setback with a Stepback--since a Stepback just allows us to reflect on how far we have come and how much more room we have to grow. Stepbacks hold great value and insight for each of us. Can your setbacks be turned into stepbacks?
Join certified life coaches Sherry Pierce and Beth Brownlee as they discuss Trust Your Journey through Setbacks and Stepbacks this Thursday, 4/24, at Noon ET on Trust Your Journey Blog Talk Radio. They look forward to your calls at 347-945-5813 or listening in via the internet link below.
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I will be giving away a gift to the first five that follow me tonight. Plus you will hear the First chapter of my book "Planning Power" When I learned how you can easly overcome any setbak that life has to offer. Because, you already plan your life, whether you know it or not. It is not about how much information you have, becasue intellectual information alone will not get you where you want to go. It is about taking the steps needed to get where you want to go. Most important, you dont have to do it alone. If you have a dream, a goal, a plan, a wish or just something you want to accomplish because it feels SO good, this is your opportunity to join the club and get started on journey to a better lilfe. Right Now!!!
On this week's special episode of Slasher Studios podcast, we will be interviewing Jayme Karales about his upcoming movie Practice Makes Perfect. Show airs live Monday night, July 21st at 10PM central.
About the film:
Paul Brokovich (Michael Malkiewicz) is an english teacher by day and a stand up comedian by night. Unfortunately Paul’s interest in becoming a recognized comic greatly outweighs his desire to educate the struggling students of his summer school class at Parkins' Regional High. His indecisiveness to stick to one career path leads Paul to no longer view his classroom as a place of learning, but a crowd to test potential stage material. As a result, Paul’s job as a teacher falls into jeopardy and it’s up to him to pick up the pieces before facing unemployment and isolation from his family and friends. Practice Makes Perfect also stars Jayme Karales, Alex Hand, Ken Dereste Dorcely, Levar Burton, and Jack Viera as the voice of radio personality Billy Beantown.
Become a backer today on the official Practice Makes Perfect kickstarter:
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