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Changing Minds Online Presents...1st Sunday Superstars!
These are people that changed their lives around for the better and became true inspirations!
The Sunday Superstar for August is Dr. Sandra Smith. She is the CEO of Synergy Educational Consulting, LLC. She has had a fascinating life that she has now captured in the book, Choices.
We are excited to have Dr. Smith share her story with us this Sunday, 8/3 at 9pm EST / 8pm CST. Call in at (949) 203-4763 and hear this wonderful story. http://www.blogtalkradio.com/changingmindsonline/2014/08/04/1st-sunday-superstars--dr-sandra-smith
Our guest, sales superstar, Butch Bellah, talks with us about his new book,The 10 Essential Habits of Sales Superstars: Plugging Into the Power of Ten. You want more sales, more income and more fun! Butch is just the guy who can tell you how to get what you want. He's a sales genius and one of the funniest guys you'll ever listen to! Tune in for a good time and lots of good info about how to sell!
Gospel music remains very popular in today's culture. The saturated arena is quite competitive. The newest superstars of the industry stand out. So Jo Ministries and Brian Martin & Worship 4 Life will be the exclusive featured guests on Let's Talk America with Host Shana Thornton on Tuesday, December 24, 2013 at 7:30 pm EST. The two musical groups will discuss their music and experiences. Tune in for this special holiday show!
This week we will have some superstars of BTR on the show. They have had successful shows and have been missing from the airwaves for a while. Gulf has set up a reunion of sorts.
In no particular order we will have Dana Smearman and G-Ski Rocks on the show with us. They each will have time to do what they do very well, which is rant. One fueled by Scotch and the other by Bacon. There might not be enough time for all of us to have our rant.
As usual calls are welcome, especially if you feel like ranting. This show is for us all to blow off some steam. So bring your rant and call in.
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LivingWithAsthma.net continues our feature Asthma SuperStars by sitting down to talk to former professional baseball player and current coach at NCAA Division I Eastern Tennessee State University about his asthma journey as a professional athlete, managing asthma and athletics and his advice to parents who may be packing their children off to camp for the first time.
Xan Barksdale is a former professional baseball player with the Atlanta Braves organization</a>and current coach at NCAA Division I Eastern Tennessee State Unversity. In addition, Xan works with young people and high school students at baseball camps. Xan also has chronic asthma.
This week in our Asthma SuperStars series, we got to sit down with swim legend Gary Hall, Sr. to talk about why so many asthmatic kids thrive in the water, his experience working with swimmers with asthma, what parents should think about when they send their children to camp for the first time, and his advice for parents and kids who may be starting an exercise program.
Gary Hall, Sr. has held 10 world records, was named World Swimmer of the Year twice, and as Captain of the Indiana University swim team, led it to its 6th straight NCAA championship. He still holds the distinction of being the only swimmer chosen to carry the flag for the United States at the Olympic Opening ceremonies.
After earning his medical degree and practicing as an ophthalmologist for many years, Gary Hall, Sr., Gary has since retired as a physician to coach and lead The Race Club in Florida, a renowned swimming club known for training Olympic Games swimmers with its swimming training program that is focused on specific swimming techniques, located in Islamorada, Florida.
For educational purposes only. Nothing in Asthma SuperStars should be considered medical advice or a medical opinion. For medical advice, please consult your physician.
This is Beyond the Airwaves: The Infinity Project, where we go beyond the mainstream media and tackle issues that don't seem so important to the major networks.
A lot of TV and movie stars such as Arrow's Stephen Amell and Robert Downey, Jr. are using social media (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, etc.) to reach out to the fans. Why has this been working so well for some and not so well for others? (Example of success: Amell's own Facebook page practically doubled from 750,000 fans to now over 1.5 million fans in less than three months!) We'll talk about the impact stars have on the social media front.
Ikari Chaos-San is the founder and creator. Shirley is truly the Oddball Extreme. Janet is our resident Arizona Magician. Tim is the Tokusatsu Master. Plastic Kaiju is our resident Nestene Consciousness based Godzilla. Heather is Queen Kitty Serenity. We'll also have appearances by our friends from the MAD HOUSE, so come and listen in!
Visit our official website at http://beyondtheairwaves.weebly.com and don't forget to join in the conversation on the forums located on our official website. We want you guys and gals, the fans, to tell us what's on your mind and what you feel is important to cover, so let us know what you want to hear.
Our MANAGEMENT MAGICIANS™ series is dedicated to those exceptional few who step forward to serve as guides, sages and responsible parties for others in pursuit of the greater good for society and their organization! These are managers who redefine their job titles to ensure their own personal contentment as they motivate, monitor and mentor their team members each day. The “magic” that a talented manager is able to create changes their lives, the lives of their team members and ripples throughout the larger society. We salute their sacrifices and share their techniques and “secrets” to achieving sustained positive experiences for themselves, clients, customers, peers, team members, and the public at large!
In this episode our topic is, “SUPERSTARS!! How to make them stay and not burn-out!”
Burnout: “the condition of someone who has become very physically and emotionally tired after doing a difficult job for a long time" (Merriam-Webster Dictionary)
What is a “Superstar” employee? The best. “A players” who increase output and productivity.
“The direct benefits of a superstar can be substantial, but it’s also important to consider how the hire will effect other employees’ productivity. […] [R]esearchers found that the superstar’s impact on recruiting was far and away the more significant driver of improved organizational productivity.” (Harvard Business Review at http://blogs.hbr.org/2014/04/the-big-reason-to-hire-superstar-employees-isnt-the-work-they-do/).
So, if you have one, how do you keep them? How do you keep them sane? Superstars either: 1) Burnout, 2) Leave, or 3) Stay (sane and satisfied).
How do you achieve the third option? Let’s discuss!
Cheap Pop Radio Welcomes Maryland Championship Wrestling Superstars, Jessie Kaye & Nui Tofiga! We will be speaking with both superstars regarding this Friday Nights, Bodyslam Autism 4! Live From The New Green Room in Dundalk, Maryland!
For all the information on the show this Friday night, April 25th, check out www.MarylandWrestling.com On the show you'll see all your favorite MCW Stars, along with FORMER WWE/WCW SUPERSTAR, X-PAC, SEAN WALTMAN!!
Join us Live, Tuesday, April 22nd when Cheap Pop Radio slams Autism with Maryland Championship Wrestling
LivingWithAsthma.net continues our feature Asthma SuperStars by sitting down to talk to dancer Rebecca Johnson of Ballet Austin about her journey with both asthma and ballet, choosing dance as a profession (and the doubts along the way), the trial and error involved in finding the right asthma treatment for her and leading a life in ballet while managing asthma.
Rebecca Johnson has been a member of Ballet Austin since 2005. At Ballet Austin, Rebecca has danced in everything from the classics like Swan Lake, The Nutcracker, and Cinderella, as well as newer works by George Balanchine, Twyla Tharp, and Stephen Mills.
From their bustling, urban headquarters at the Butler Dance Education Center and Community School in downtown Austin, Ballet Austin and artistic director Stephen Mills actively engage the community, dancers, and audiences alike. With a rich history spanning 57 years, a commitment to education as well as lifelong fitness, and acclaimed productions in Austin and across the nation, the organization is equally committed to the international craft of dance as it is to the community it serves. The New York Times proclaims Ballet Austin "a company with big ambitions" originating work that is "absorbing."
Everyone and their mamas have been arguing over who is/what constitutes a superstar in the NBA. ESPN's "First Take" took it to a whole 'nother level. I'm going to be discussing that with Chris Loupe, Sedrick Hall, and The Yard/HBCU Sports' Duane Nash. Each of us will have our own lists and in all likelihood be trashing each others' lists.