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Jordan Harbinger -- host of The Art of Charm podcast -- stops by the show to reveal how to become a more confident version of yourself. Topics include networking tips for introverts, how to ask for a raise (and get it), and how your beliefs create your reality.
Learn more about Jordan at theartofcharm.com
Hosted by Sean Croxton of Underground Wellness.
With all the chaos surrounding us in the world today, America is looking for a leader who will step up to the challenge. The fragmented GOP needs to come together to put forth a candidate who will get our country back to the founding principles that our great nation was based on: life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. The world has run amuck with violent terrorists who seek the destruction of all they oppose. The whole world is looking for a leader to exterminate this threat and be a beacon of hope to all in these devastating events that have occurred.
Our guest tonight is a mother who also faces a challenge. Her autistic son is having surgery which will affect her son greatly as change and new experiences can cause great distress to someone who is on the autism spectrum. They are looking to move into a ground apartment before the surgery because the stairs in the current apartment will pose a real problem.
When will become a nation that realizes the every day challenges we face and step up to the plate? America, we need to recognize the value of every human life and the unique qualities that each person brings. Let us become that beacon of hope and step up to meet the challenges we face.
GOP front runners
Government overreach / net neutrality
Isis being investigated in US
National Eating Disorder Awareness Week
DHS tackles endless morale problems with seemingly endless studies:
Afflicted with the lowest morale of any large federal agency, the Department of Homeland Security did what comes naturally to many in government.
It decided to study the problem. And then study it some more.
The first study cost about $1 million. When it was finished, it was put in a drawer. The next one cost less but duplicated the first. It also ended up in a drawer.
“There’s really no excuse for the department expending finite resources on multiple studies, some at the same time, to tell the department pretty much what everyone has concluded: that there are four-to-five things that need to be done for morale,” said Chris Cummiskey, who left DHS in November after serving as its third-highest-ranking official. “You don’t need $2 million worth of studies to figure that out.”
ISIS name giving terror license to loose, growing network of offshoots
WASHINGTON – Islamic State "affiliates" seem to be emerging at an alarming rate, giving the sense of an expanding terror network with satellites all over the world.
But a closer look, according to analysts, shows these ISIS offshoots are likely operating without much coordination with the Islamic State core. It doesn't make them any less dangerous, but helps explain how a group President Obama described just one year ago as "JV" has established a presence in nearly a dozen countries.
Unlike Al Qaeda, which in its prime was operationally stronger and had a better communication network with its affiliates, the ISIS network appears more fractured. There is no clear-cut power pyramid beyond its head, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi. And a number of the affiliates existed before, only recently latching onto ISIS as the terror network grew in notoriety.