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He's the star of Urban Lumberman! Hear Seth San Filippo, owner and founder of Urban Lumber Company. Seth operates a lumber mill and furniture company using wood salvaged from the Eugene/Springfield, Oregon area. Visit www.alanandleigh.com to discover Urban Lumber products to purchase.
Matthew Truhan of Murad joins us on Life Lessons to provide advice to young entrepreneurs.
Originally from Orange County, California this musician, surfer and now corporate success shares life lessons from his parents and from his community oriented company- Murad.
Hear about the core values of Murad and how they walk the talk.
Listen to Matthew's experience as a mentor and his advice to the graduating class of 2016!
This show is presented by iConnect POS and Gracefully-Yours, America's favorite inspirational greeting cards, fine art and journals. Visit www.gracefully-yours.com
Ace Hardware Life Lessons with Rick Baalmann with Rick Tocquigny. Rick Baalmann's stores are in the Missouri and Southern Illinois market.
Rick is a fifth generation St. Louisian, his family has been selling hardware in St. Louis for more than 100 years!
He owns four Rick’s Ace Hardware Stores, located in St Louis MO, Centralia and Highland IL.
This show is presented by Gracefully-Yours greeting cards and journals. Visit www.shop.gracefully-yours.com for more information on our Church Kitchen Ladies brand.
Hear five profound lessons taught by a sensible Daddy around skateboarding:
1. Keep your balance
2. Stand up after you fall
3. Good fallers fear less
4. The risk of pain is the joy
5. Stop thinking
This show is presented by gracefully-yours.com, home for life lessons books and gear.
ABC Family network is launching The New Vintage Family based on author Drenda Keesee's concept. Join us in our conversation with Drenda today.
1. What changes have you seen in our culture negatively affecting modern
2. What aspects of vintage families would you like to bring back?
3. Most families today need two incomes to survive. How can mom’s stay home
with their kids?
4. How were you and your husband able to start a business from home with five
kids? How did you balance your work and home life?
5. I know you started with a lot of debt. How did you get out of debt and start
6. I understand you homeschooled your kids. Why did you decide to do that?
7. How were you able to homeschool and run a business?
8. You are in the enviable position of having had a good relationship with your
kids when they were teens. All of your children grew up to work in the
ministry and business with you and your husband. How exactly did you
prevent your kids from rebelling?
9. What is your best advice for other moms out there trying to win the battle for
10. Were can our readers find a copy of your book, The New Vintage Family?
This show is presented by Gracefully-yours.com, America's favorite inspirational greeting cards, fine art and journals.
in Self Help
This is an interview of Seth Godin done by Bryan Elliott." Seth says, “I made videotapes that didn’t work, books that didn’t work. My lesson was: If I fail more than you do, I win. Because built into that lesson is this notion that you get to keep playing. If you get to keep playing, that means you get to keep failing, and sooner or later, you’re going to succeed. The people who lose are really the ones who don’t fail at all and get stuck, or the ones who fail so big, they don’t get to play again.”
“If you have a job with a boss, you need to think about whether your boss is asking you to do a set of tasks, because if your boss is, they’re going to try to find someone cheaper than you to do them, which is not good. Or, is your boss asking you to solve interesting problems? And if that’s the case, now you have your work cut out for you.”
“Take appropriate risks — and by appropriate risks, I mean risks that that keep you in the game even if you fail.” http://dreamdolivelove.com/live-it/business-live-it/jobs-careers/seth-godin-on-failing-until-you-succeed
Transformed Traveler features Gary Marriage. Gary's team have identified their own style of transformative travel....creating long term, economic change by applying entrepreneurial skills.
Also on today's Life Lessons show is Marty Babits.
This show is sponsored by Rowman & Littlefield's Life Lessons from Family Vacations book, now available on www.amazon.com.
Life Lessons presents The Healing Power of Hip Hop by Raphael Travis Jr.
Offers a passionate look into existing tensions aligned with Hip Hop and demonstrates the beneficial quality it can have empowering its audience. His unique perspective takes Hip Hop out of the negative light and shows readers how Hip Hop has benefited the Black community.
Organized to first examine the social and historical framing of Hip Hop culture and Black experiences in the United States, the remainder of the book is dedicated to elaborating on consistent themes of excellence and well-being in Hip Hop, and examining evidence of new ambassadors of Hip Hop culture across professional disciplines.
Connects the latest research conclusions about Hip Hop's influences with actual examples of its practice and applied value in action. Identifies education, health and mental health, and afterschool settings as key to promoting health and well-being. Disentangles arguments about whether Hip Hop culture is more of a tool for empowerment or a tool for risk promotion. Explains Hip Hop's ongoing contributions to health and learning, with attention to the Black community.
Raphael Travis Jr., DrPH, is associate professor of social work at Texas State University in San Marcos. His published works include the articles "Rap Music and the Empowerment of Today’s Youth: Evidence in Everyday Music Listening, Music Therapy, and Commercial Rap Music"; "Empowerment-Based Positive Youth Development: A New Understanding of Healthy Development for African American Youth"; and "Ethnic Identity, Self-Esteem and Variability in Perceptions of Rap Music’s Empowering and Risky Infl uences."
Brody Sorrell, health, fitness and self defense expert, explains the importance of having the proper perspective when trying to lose weight or living a better life, and the death sentence of not having the proper perspective.
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