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As the 12 week series on Leader In Motion continues, hosts Christine Laperriere and Charmaine Hammond explore #7 of the 7 Habits of Highly Effective People: Sharpen The Saw.
They'll be joined by Communication Expert, Trainer and Success Coach, Marilyn Suttle!
As the founder of personal and professional growth training firm, Suttle Enterprises, Marilyn inspires her clients to the highest levels of personal and professional development.
As the coauthor of the bestselling business book, "Who's Your Gladys? How to Turn Even the Most Difficult Customer Into Your Biggest Fan" and the award-winning "Who's Your Gladys?" customer service blog, Marilyn's business trainings focus on creating connected positive relationships with even the most challenging people, with an emphasis on emotion management and self-development.
She is regularly sourced as an expert in major media outlets, including Ladies Home Journal, the LA Times, and the Chicago Tribune, to name a few. She has appeared on numerous radio shows across the country, sharing emotion management strategies for creating strong client and team relationships. www.MarilynSuttle.com
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Welcome to Rosa's Resources Beauty Chat Radio Show
On Wedesday, May 14,14 Rosa the Founder for Rosa's Resources and Beauty Chat radio was invited to a press release event in NYC by: PlayBook Media Group. It was so amazing to meet and speak with the Queen of Dancehall upclose and personal. Listen this evening to my interview ,somethings about her may shock you.
About Lady Saw
Lady Saw (born Marion Hall, 12 July 1968, Saint Mary, Jamaica) is a Jamaican reggae singer, known as the queen of dancehall. She is the first female deejay to win a Grammy Award and to be certified as a triple-platinum artist. She is also the first woman to headline dancehall shows outside her native Jamaica.
Listen to her lastest song below:
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We offer, photo, DJ, car service with tour,blogging services, event review live on radio,marketing and promotions, event tickets sales ,salon staffing /Loads of beauty industry referal services and resources.. custom promotion packages available..
The Testimony of Ken Peters, 'I Saw the Tribulation'
Join Kenneth, John and Cathy in the chat room while they discuss the most pressing apocalyptic headlines and warnings of forthcoming World War III. Tonight we will also play and discuss the prophetic testimony of brother Ken Peters and how he saw incredible details of the tribulation and the forthcoming harvest.
God Bless You - See you there!
John Lennon Exlored:#2
Join Paul Smith and Steve Champagne as they set their fun-loving, free-wheeling sights on the primarily Lennon Beatles songs "No Reply" and "I'm A Loser". Unrepentantly "John is my favorite Beatle", Paul and Steve will address the vocals, the music, the lyrics, and anything loosely associated therewith in a manner possibly best described as somewhere between laughing, crying, and "being condemned to eternal damnation for such blatantly obvious idolatry". High school and long time friend John Bard shows up to complete the John, Paul and Why didn't my mom call me George Steve Champagne.
The longer you've been in sales, the more you've forgotten about the fundamentals. What's more, the longer you've been in sales, the more you've developed old-school ways of selling that may no longer serve you well.
That's why it's important to pause and sharpen the saw every so often. No matter how experienced you are, there's always a little tweak that can help you up your game. The worst mistake you can make is to get complacent.
Join Sales Coach Deb Calvert on CONNECT! Online Radio for Selling Professionals to cut out continuances, put an ending to pending and stop stalling out. In this broadcast, you'll get 100 quick tips for sharpening your saw. Any one of them could boost your sales effectiveness.
You can call in live to the program or send questions in advance to firstname.lastname@example.org
He has the whole world in his hands. "He" being LeBron James. Mike "the Buzz-saw" Asti and George "the Howitzer" Gerbo discuss how LeBron James trolled us all.
The Buzz-saw was wrong! Soak up this moment, haters. We may never see it again. LeBron James has taken his talents back to Cleveland. Returning home after the biggest heel turn in sports history didn't seem possible. But it is reality.
With the weight of Northeast Ohio and the Cleveland curse now once again on his shoulders, will LBJ eventually regret his decision? Is it actually possible the Miami Heat post LeBron could make another NBA Finals trip before the new look Cavaliers?! Will we have to go through this asinine circus again in two years? What is the NBA landscape, most notably, the Eastern Conference, with the Heat diminsihed and the Cavs owning the best in the world? Has pressure actually shifted focus to the perennially runner-up Indiana Pacers? Did Carmelo Anthony seal his fate to never appear in an NBA Finals by staying in New York?
Mike loves him some LeBron, but will be rooting for 1964 to stay in tact. What if his dreams come true? How will LeBron's Northeast Ohio people view him, if a championship is not delivered, especially having first left to win a couple elsewhere?
Major League Baseball had an All-Star Game and a Home Run Derby, as it does every year. Why did this years suck so much? What brought on the "ehhhh factor" Mike so eloquently labeled the events?
Tiger Tiger Woods, y'all! Tiger is on the British Open stage. What does this mean for golf, and what are his chances at finally winning his 15th major championship? If not TW, who?
Home or away, all the Howitzer and Buzz-saw does is win, by conquering sports radio, one day, at a time....
Unbelievable. The prodigal son returns home. LeBron James is taking his talents back to Cleveland. Mike "the Buzz-saw" Asti and George "the Howitzer" Gerbo appreciates all that's asinine more than anybody. Another offseason of waiting and watching what LeBron will do was nothing shy of asinine, maybe even more now than in 2010. The question becomes, has LeBron James turned babyface again? Is heel LeBron dead forever?
While this podcast was recorded priot to LBJ's decision, your favorite sports genius' paint the picture of what LeBron may have had going through his head, a Miami Heat future post mini-dynasty, and the immense pressure that will be on LeBron on his second stint with the Cavs. If LeBron fails to break the curse and win a championship in Cleveland, will his return be for nothing? Will he truly remain beloved by Clevelanders without winning them a title? How does leaving Miami impact the rest of the free agent pool, namely Chris Bosh?
LeBron James isn't the only super-star who had a big decision to make this offseason. Carmelo Anthony is still leaving the Knicks in limbo. What will Carmelo do? What should Carmelo do? What are the factors to Carmelo's destination?
Without question the NBA wins the honors for continued most asinine and crazy offseasons. But the NHL isn't going away without a fight. Jarome Iginla is chasing that elusive Stanley Cup on his third team in as many years. James Neal's act finally ran its course in Pittsburgh. And maybe, most importantly, some incumbent powerhouses are locking up their own. Has the NHL landscape changed?
Now at the All-Star Game, which teams have surprised and disappointed this MLB season? Should we expect any "splash" type trades?
No decision needed. They're champions wherever they go. The Howitzer and Buzz-saw keep on conquering sports radio, one day, at a time....
Hybrid Jazz has always strived to show class, dignity and variety with each episode. What you'll hear on 7/22/14 takes all of that to a new level. Helen Sung has been captivating listeners - via recording or live - since she emerged on the New York scene in the late 90's. But I'm getting ahead of myself ;)
Born to Chinese immigrants in Houston, our guest was playing piano at five. Her teacher was strict and permitted Helen to play only Classical music - which she did throughout her education at the respected Houston High School of Performing and Visual Arts. Her motivation for college: to teach and to perform when possible. All that changed when she saw Harry Connick, Jr., on stage - in Helen's last year of University of Texas at Austin.
The transition was swift. Obsessed with visualizing Harry's fingers on the piano, Helen got a hold of Everything-That-Is-Jazz: from Jelly Roll Morton to Keith Jarrett. She received dual degrees in Texas, but her eye was on the inaugural program at the Thelonious Monk Institute in Boston. It was mutual love - Helen's unique talent was now under the watchful eye of Artistic Director, Ron Carter. She toured with the Cream of the Jazz Crop - across the water with Wayne Shorter and Herbie Hancock. It changed her life. And ours who are fans.
That move to New York cemented what many already knew, including Wynton Marsalis, who now has HIS eye on where Helen Sung will land next. Terri Lyne Carrington knows, Helen having been a key component in the award-winning "Mosaic Project" in 2011. The Kennedy Center realizes her power, too - she is a recipient of the Mary Lou Williams Jazz Piano Competition.
Her sixth project, "Anthem For a New Day" is brilliant and brave. We could go ON for days about Helen Sung - but let HER tell her story: on 7/22/14 :)
Like many popular leading men of Hollywood’s heyday, Garner boasted all-American good looks and a winning personality that carried him through comedy and drama alike. Garner won two Emmys and racked up a total of 15 nominations. He had his greatest impact in television, first on “Maverick” in the ’50s and then in the ’70s on “The Rockford Files,” for which he won an Emmy in 1977 Variety
“What you saw is what you got,” childhood friend, Roy Hamilton
Garner was born James Bumgarner but changed his name for Hollywood. His relatives say the name was the only thing that changed.
“As much as people liked what they saw of him on television and in the movies, I think they’d like him even better if they would’ve known him in person,” said nephew, Terry Bumgarner. Norman Transcript
James Garner was Jim Rockford. Jerry Pippin
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