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You can learn more about what he does on: www.DrJerryBrown.com. Check out all the archived radio shows in the future on: www.buildingfortunesradio.com hosted by Peter Mingils. For more ways to learn how to build your business check out: www.networkleads.com. Dr. Jerry Brown is a dynamic entrepreneur and he blends God's work with network marketing to create an interesting opportunity for all types of people.
A growing trend is to build business by paying the sales team on performance.
Companies who need sales contract with independent sales reps (commission only sales reps) who represent the company's products or services. The independent sales representative is not an employee, but rather an independent contractor. The sales rep may represent multiple companies and products or services, usually within a very well-defined geography and industry.
Finding great independent sales reps can be tough. There is a much higher demand for great independent sales reps than there is supply. And if not recruited and qualified and managed well, independent sales teams may not be successful at all.
Welcome back to D'Licious Radio with your host Deanna D. Dias! Its been a while but we're back! Today we'll be discussing the basics of having a plan to be successful in whatever it is you want to do in life. As a bonus we're having VIP guest Jamecia Hall of Total Life Changes (TLC) on the show and tell you whats hot in social media marketing trends.
Overcoming a breakup can be a real challenge. Often, to be successful in the next relationship, we must understand the parts of us that broke up, too. Learning to recognize, evaluate, and change the negative patterns that repeatedly show up in our relationships is hard, but with some research, introspection, and practice, it’s possible to take a step forward and get back out there. As with anything, re-entering the dating scene is a process. In Getting Back Out There, a sequel of sorts to her book Getting Past Your Break Up, Susan J. Elliott outlines the pains and gains inherent in facing the dating scene again. With insight into the “Five Rs”—Readiness, Rejection, Recycling, Rebounding, and Retreating—Elliott illuminates the bumps we can expect on the road to a new relationship, and shows us how to cope with them. In this segment of The Organic View Radio Show, host, June Stoyer, talks to author, Susan Elliot about her best-selling book, Getting Back Out There: Secrets to Successful Dating and Finding Real Love after the Big Breakup. Stay tuned!
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You really don't want to miss out on this show because you may learn the importance of life's deposits v. withdrawals for a successful life, Part 1.
A discussion with Ms. Linda Harris, Mr. Patrick Jones and Mr. James Taylor. Show title "What Successful Urban Schools Do! Experts Share Best Practices.
NCEBC wants to welcome the full village to question, understand, and ask questions, about governance, educational policy, finances, resources, and the basic democratic principles of equity, fairness, and justice. It is important (if not, vital) that we have this conversation to continue to dispel the myth that black children are incapable of achieving high test scores, therefore public schools are incapable of providing quality education.
"We believe in accountability. We believe that data drives decision-making. We believe in research-based practices. These principles have been used for generations by high performing schools, principals and Superintendents; especially those working and succeeding in urban communities were poverty and race are the dominant elements. This conversation is about the politics, power, economics, and restructuring of a public school system into a charter school system."
Diana Daniels, Executive Director, National Council on Educating Black Children
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Which are you? An introvert or an extrovert? Why is it important that you know? In this episode, Chalene Johnson exposes the myths and tells you the truth about these personality types. It's more than just acting shy or outgoing - it's about how you refuel. In addition to understanding yourself better, having a firm grasp on these concepts allows you to better understand the people around you. Win-win!
Chalene also talks about ways that you can overcoming shyness - it's just like exercising a muscle. Through deliberate practice and the right outlook, you can shed that social shyness and be the open, warm person that people feel comfortable around.
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Ladies Tell All Show
Hosted by Cassie Gainey & Jennah Simpkins
Monday Night January 25, 2016
Special Guest - Kywuan Terrell Warren
Successful Celebrity Clothing Designer
Kywuan Terrell Warren
The Son of Incarcerated Mother Starts Successful Clothing Line
Kywuan Terrell Warren was just 11 years old when his mother, Jamila T. Davis, was sentenced to 12 1/2 years in prison for bank fraud. In her absence, Kywuan and his sister, Diamond Baker, struggled to sustain the lifestyle that their single mother once provided. Kywuan says, "When the judge sentenced my mother to over a decade behind bars, I thought my life was over. I don't think he realized by punishing her so harshly, he was actually punishing me!”
Kywuan was accepted to a major university but was unable to afford the tuition. He discussed his dilemma while visiting his mother in federal prison. Together they decided to create outerwear apparel for men as a business. Kywuan brought the design ideas to his mother, then she would go back to her cell, and hand-crocheted each sample. The mother and son creative duo went back and forth until the entire line was complete. The line, The Kywuan Terrell Outerwear Collection, includes trendy, hooded scarves and arm warmers. "It took some time, but we were dedicated. I was able to find some of the greatest hands-craftsmen in the world to manufacture our garments. Each piece is crocheted by hand using 100% high-quality, alpaca thread. Kywuan says, “Each garment in the collection is custom made with love and care, just like the originals that my mother made for me!"
There are over 2 million children across the US whose parents are behind bars. Kywuan is one of the lucky ones. He is currently an honor roll student at a local community college. Armed with a supportive team and determination, the Kywuan Terrell Outerwear Collection is created and highly sought-out by fashion icon
Success leaves clues, and successful people leave clues too. This is a power podcast on the traits of most successful people. Discover what successful people do that most people do not do. Once you know what the super successful do, then you can do it as well. This means you will attract more of the life you desire. You will put yourself in position to make more money, enjoy love, travel, own a nice home, and have incredible health and vitality.
Listen to today's Talk Business With Howard 5 minute podcast with business expert - strategist - and advisor to CEOs, presidents and business owners, Howard Lewinter: What Do Successful CEOs And Business Owners Do After The Snow Storm?
Ann Tripp currently provides the twice-hourly “news and views” on nationally syndicated “Steve Harvey Morning Show” on WBLS. She is also the host of “Healthful Solutions” (on cable), a narrator of certain SHOWTIME television specials, and is the executive producer, researcher and “voice” of the nationally-syndicated Black History Minute (United Stations Radio Network), where she profiles the historic, cultural, political and social milestones of African-Americas.
Ann Tripp began her on-air career at age 14 at WNYC, as an announcer, actor and singer on the weekly, variety show produced by the Police Athletic League. She graduated from City College, toured Europe for a few years as a singer and then began her adult media career as a street reporter and on-air personality at WHN…a position she held for 6 years. Tripp then worked at WNEW, before moving to WKTU as a news announcer and interviewer for the next eight years.
Ann Tripp has taught broadcast journalism at the National Broadcasting Network and conducted media seminars at Jersey City State College. Tripp is a member of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, the New York Press Club and the National Association of Negro Business and Professional Women Clubs, Inc.
She has also been honored by the New York State Broadcasters Association, U.S Congressman Edolphus Towns, Alpha Kappa Alpha and Zeta Phi Beta sororities, Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Bellevue Hospital, the Boy Scouts, the Bedford-Stuyvesant Healthy-Heart Program, the American Kidney Foundation, the Jackie Robinson Center for Physical Culture, the Caribbean-American Chamber of Commerce and Industry, the Network Journal, 100 Blacks in Law Enforcement Who Care, Legends of Brooklyn and Safe Horizon.
The inaugural episode of "The Bootstrap Businessmen" focuses on how the hosts, Dale L. Roberts and Kevin S. Allen, started and succeeded in their individual business ventures. Both men created different business models that required little to no money, proving you do not always need money to make money. They cover a bit of their backgrounds and what establishes them as authorities in starting a company with little financial support.
The primary things needed in a business startup is time, resilience, resourcefulness, and good old-fashioned elbow grease to accomplish anything. Furthermore, when you do not have a boss to answer to, or a time clock to punch, being a bootstrap entrepreneur affords you more freedoms than the average blue collar worker.
Tune into the first episode to learn more about Dale L. Roberts' and Kevin S. Allen's experience. Moreover, leave with a better sense that if two schmucks from Attica, Ohio, can make it, so can you!
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