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ITU will convene the World Conference on International Telecommunications (WCIT) in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, from 3-14 December 2012. This landmark conference will review the current International Telecommunication Regulations (ITRs), which serve as the binding global treaty designed to facilitate international interconnection and interoperability of information and communication services, as well as ensuring their efficiency and widespread public usefulness and availability.
The November 2, 2013, episode of American Heroes Radio features a conversation with former Law Enforcement Professional, writer and poet Roger C. Bull.
Roger C. Bull has experienced a George Plimpton type of life. His experiences have included three university centers of learning in biology, chemistry, physics, criminology, psychology and sociology. He had served as a sergeant with a decade of law enforcement experience, most of those years in greater New Orleans. Roger has performed over thirty years of computer services, owning and operating Bull Data. He has writen poetry since 1957, short stories since 1959 and novels since 2007. His experiences in electronics includes constructing radio kits, servicing cellular telecommunications equipment, constructing computers from chip level and teaching himself binary, assembler, hexadecimal and hundreds of higher level computer languages. Roger started another business, Southern Oaks Publishing, to help the many creative people prepared to offer their novels, short stories and other works of fiction or non-fiction to the public. He designs book covers, does proofreading and formats material in printed/digital formats.
Roger C. Bull’s published works include: Within the Heart and Soul, 50 years of poetry; Legalized Crime - compared with Michael Crichton’s style, by a college professor; “El Rey del Tiempo: It’s not What You Think; Three short stories in Fairhope Anthology; and, Three short stories in Fairhope Anthology - Second in a Series
Our guest today is Peter Gregory. He is a security manager, computer security specialist, and author of over 20 books, including CISSP for Dummies. He has experience in the information technology sector, which spans over thirty-years and began in the 1970s.
He has worked in:
· local government
· wireless telecommunications, and
· financial management Our topic today is about writing books in the security sector
We will be joined Saturday at 10:00AM by Durrell Middleton. Durrell is the owner of The Colorado Kings of the American Basketball Association.As a business professional, Mr. Middleton is the Vice President of Sales & Marketing for TeleNet Communications. With nearly 11 years of experience in enterprise sales in the telecommunications industry, he is well-networked in the Denver business community. His most recent experience includes providing hosted voiceand internet services to medium and enterprise businesses. Previous sales technology experience includes top-performing business-to-business sales for Skytel/MCI. Prior to that, he marketed wireless voice, mobile VPN, Cisco IAD’s, T1&
Amy Newmark is the publisher, editor, and author of the mega-successful Chicken Soup for the Soul and the series of books that followed. Amy took over the company roughly 5 years ago and have carried the torch of positive thought, healthy living, family, and so much more.
Amy and co. are no celebrating 20 years of amazing success and she was on to discuss the impact and influence of the book and what they're doing now to grow even more.
Amy Newmark has led a successful 30-year career as a writer, speaker, financial analyst and business executive in the worlds of finance and telecommunications. Most recently, Newmark has teamed up with one of the most successful book series of all time – Chicken Soup for the Soul® – as publisher, author and editor.
Since its first release in 1993, the Chicken Soup for the Soul series has sold more than 112 million copies in the US and Canada alone, with almost 200 titles and 40 languages. The brand holds a place in The Guinness Book of World Records for having the most books on the New York Times bestseller list at one time, and in 2007, USA Today named Chicken Soup for the Soul one of the five most memorable and impactful books of the last quarter century. Today, Newmark is working to deliver the Chicken Soup for the Soul message of hope and inspiration all over the world.
Todd Brockdorf is the #1 best-selling author of Better than Average: Excelling in a Mediocre World.
He is a frequent speaker leading programs and training for corporations, associations, and colleges and universities who want to be Better than Average in order to stand out from the crowd.
He has been nominated for Crain's Business 40 Under 40 and his book has been nominated for the Global Ebook Awards.
Todd has served in leadership positions in worldwide non-profits, sales engineering at a major global telecommunications company, and regularly consults with small businesses on technology. This varied background helps him bring practical field knowledge to organizations, leaders, and frustrated business professionals to stand out from the crowd.
Contact Information www.toddbrockdorf.
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Eric Tonningsen has been engaged in the business of transforming lives for three decades. As a high profile professional in the financial services and telecommunications industries, he has led diverse Operations, IT and Strategic Planning teams in five different countries. During his 25+ year corporate career he held multiple leadership positions, handling domestic and international relations with industry, legal and regulatory officials.
Motivated by client action, Eric connects with people to create the active change they seek, be it in their personal or professional lives. Eric believes that we have an obligation to maximize our own lives, and to do whatever is within our power to help other people do the same. Today, Eric collaborates with ‘chronologically gifted’ people to ignite their passions, use their personal gifts, and create compelling new beginnings for them.
His specialty is working with Baby Boomers; exploring possibilities to gain clarity about “what’s next” -- often as people are entering life’s ‘Third Chapter.’
Join me Monday, September 2nd at 6 p.m. Pacific/9 Eastern for a Radio Enso Past Favorites episode from the archive. My guest is New York Times bestselling author, speaker, musician, and blogger Chris Brogan of Human Business Works who joined us back in 2012 for a wide ranging conversation on superpowers, fear, business, The Impact Equation, Buddhism, and life. About: Chris Brogan is a New York Times Bestselling author of books like The Impact Equation and Trust Agents (cowritten with Julien Smith), Social Media 101, and Google Plus for Business. Chris is also CEO & President of Human Business Works, a business design company using publishing and media to provide tools and smarts to help professionals work better, do the work they want, and to be brave. Chris has appeared in several magazine and news articles from Forbes, The Boston Globe, Success, USA Today, and has appeared on TV shows like The Dr Phil Show. In addition, Chris is the cofounder of the PodCamp new media conference series, exploring the use of new media community tools to extend and build value. He has 12 years of experience in online networks, social communities, and other elements of digital business. He has 16 years of enterprise telecommunications and wireless experience prior to all this. For more about Chris and his work, visit http://www.chrisbrogan.com/about/.
Are your telecommunication costs out of control? Are you familiar with how the latest technology can save you money on such services as telephone, online banking, and credit card processing?
Telecommunications (Telecom) is defined as the transmission of information over long distances, typically either by telephone, the Internet, or a cellular phone network.
Today's guest is Dennis Mannone Jr., an expense reduction specialist, and the owner of a Schooley Mitchell franchise, the largest independent Telecom consulting company in North America. Dennis offers a range of services that include analysis of existing and future telecommunications needs, assessment of the best alternatives, and the implementation of cost-effective Telecom solutions.
Join Dennis and Jim in an encore presentation on how "The Age of Technology" has impacted the Telecom industry and produced a range of many cost efficient services.
Mala Spotted Eagle Pope (website) is a Western Shoshone and Cherokee Native American. He has studied with many different medicine people, spiritual leaders and native elders.
As a young man, he traveled with and assisted his father, Rolling Thunder, on speaking tours, was involved with the original Red Wind foundation, a Native American camp teaching traditional values in Southern, California, and, from 1975 to 1985, he was President of Meta Tantay, a Native American intertribal and interracial non-profit traditional camp in the desert of Nevada.
In addition to running Meta Tantay, his managerial skills included setting up a complete cultural program to enhance the 12 step recovery program, organizing the Native American Support Group to coordinate the resources of local tribes and native organizations and was one of the founders who implemented a telecommunications program called RavenWind Inc. to create financial support for Nanish Shontie and Radio for Peace International. RavenWind donates a percentage of its profits to two non-profits every month.
He sits on and advises many distinguished boards. A speaker and teacher, he participates in conferences throughout the United States and Europe talking with people about the Native way of life and its importance to the Mother Earth at this time.
On Wednesday, July 31, 3 p.m. ET, The Halli Casser-Jayne Show, Talk Radio for Fine Minds will introduce you to three men you won’t soon forget. You might know them as heads of large corporations, but BlogTalkRadio’s CEO Alan Levy; former CEO Ernst & Young Consulting, JD Messinger; and former PepsiCo CEO Robert Charles Hunter are more than their suit and tie personas. Who are these thought leaders beyond the boardroom? Tune in for a rare beyond the boardroom glimpse into three men known for their business acumen and about to be discovered for far more. CEO Alan Levy is the co-founder of BlogTalkRadio powered by Cinchcast, the world’s largest online talk radio network. A former accountant and telecommunications executive, Levy, launched the service in August, 2006, as a way to allow bloggers to communicate directly with their audiences in real time. How and why the idea for this innovative technology came to Levy is a story you won’t forget. JD Messinger is the former CEO of Ernst & Young Consulting (Singapore) and an advisor to Fortune 100 clients and governments on five continents, who helped supervise the Valdez Oil spill cleanup. Messinger’s life took a dramatic turn after breaking his neck, his story of spiritual transformation chronicled in his book 11 Days in May, The Conversation That Will Change Your Life. Nationally known business leader, speaker, film producer and author of the book Curious Journey, Robert Charles Hunger served 23 years with PepsiCo, including 11 years as CEO of PepsiCo Food Systems. Firmly rooted in the world of logic, he found himself asking “Is that all there is?” His answer will astonish you. The Halli Casser-Jayne Show is Talk Radio for Fine Minds. Don't miss it!
Sonia Luna, CEO-Founder of Aviva Spectrum, interviews Jeremy Dillard, CPA
Jeremy Dillard has over 14 years of audit and tax experience serving clients in manufacturing, wholesale distribution, real estate, retail, service, technology, and telecommunications with significant experience in technical accounting and audit research impacting privately-held middle market businesses.
Aviva Spectrum is the premier provider of Internal Audit, SOX compliance, and Risk Management Services in the West Coast. Our goal in creating long-term, strategic partnerships with our clients is to establish efficient internal controls systems simply and effectively that in turn build core strength and efficiency in your corporate structure.