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Ever think that the marketplace seems risky and your job is not stable? Are you tired of spending time going to and from work while making others wealthy in the process? Do you constantly find yourself questioning your deadend position at a company and find that your health, state of mind and spirit are being effected? Do you find yourself asking this question - "Why am I still there?" Ladies and Gentlemen, the correct question to ask is - "When is the right time to start a business and what am I waiting for?"
Tune-in live to hear what Cheryl Littlejohn, President of Executive Coaching Enterprises, Motivational Speaker and Former DEA and NCAA Basketball Champions, has to say about, "Taking The Lead."
The Empire's Throne is a colossal dramatic action film, based on the story of the empire Majapahit, the most powerful Empire in South East Asia. The Empire's Throne tells the story of the epic struggle for the throne of the kingdom. The Empire's Throne features a cast of over 600, stunning Southeast Asian sets, costumes, locations, and music.
The film is slated to premiere next week at the 2014 Boston International Film Festival.
We have the pleasure of interviewing female lead and producer, Livi Zheng.
Please join our host, Victor Ng, and he talks with Livi about her her experience making the film, and her work as a Asian actor, producer, and director, and other topics.
The Empire's Throne: http://www.theempiresthrone.com
We hope you join us!
Host Kharisma Aro welcomes Kato Hitson, Author, Speaker and College Athletic Recruiter to her show episode, A Journey of Forgiveness: Forgiving the Man Who Took My Mother's Life.
Kato Hitson, a former football player, has had a great career in the CFL playing with Toronto Argo and Ottawa Redbacks, followed by a free agent contract to play in the NFL with the St. Louis Rams. He was All-Region and all state at Valdosta High School in Georgia and was a member of a National All-Championship squad in 1992. Hitson Played at Georgia Military College for 2 Years and was All-American in 1994-95. He transferred to Murray State University and won back to back conference championships in 1995-96
In addition to his success with Football, Kato has had over 10 years’ experience in the Juvenile Justice system. These experiences ranged from working directly with patients exhibiting severe mental disturbances to dealing with the adjustment of life. During that time, he established a program called “Open Mic” which allowed residents to verbally express themselves to family members.
Kato has overcame many obstacles, a tragic past of witnessing his mother being shot to death, along with physical and mental abuse that many would not be able to bare. His adversity which has been identified on social media has become a testimony and a blessing to all. A statement that explains his journey the best: “My Success loves Adversity…”
With his background and expertise, Kato is currently fulfilling his passion and purpose as an author, speaker and college athletic recruiter. Kato has 3 wonderful children: “Everything that I have and will accomplish is dedicated to three women which has molded me to be the Man of God I am today, My mother, the late Lorraine Hitson, Sister Kiesler Russell and my grandmother the late Aleen Blake.”
Townbeef the Nation's Largest 7 on 7 tackle football league is entering week 6. With match ups like the Bombers vs Zone 6 and Savage vs. Chiefs the battles will continue to wage on as we enter the final stretch of the regular season.
Come join Deli, Big Mo and I as we go through each game and recap last week. Teams better be ready for what happens next, if you aren't you'll be on the outside looking in pretty damn quickly!
Ladies and Gentlemen Please join Stephanie Campbell, James Newborn, Amanda Parker, Colton Thomas, and I, TL Harris as we discuss who our Top 10 favorite lead singers is of all time. We will list and rank who we believe is the greatest lead singers and will tell you why.....we hope you join us!!!!
Today we've got the reasons why break ups can be even more awkward because of social media. A recent study shows that excessive Twitter use can lead to break ups and divorce. How about six things that you didn't know women were turned on by? Maybe you'd like to hear the dumbest celebrity tweets or the craziest Yelp reviews for strip clubs? We've got all of that on today's episode, along with headlines and the daily crazy train report!
Far too many of today's leaders aren't really leading. Instead, they are unable to share their goals and purpose in a clear and concise manner that allows people to get behind their ambitions. If people do understand their goals, they seem to lack the knowledge and ability to formulate a solid strategic plan that makes sense, and suddenly they find themselves on the sidelines in their business doing the only thing they seem to have left: They yell "Go Team!"... as though that should inspire their people to try harder.
Finding success in business isn't an accident. It's also not luck. Every successful person set out on their journey with a very specific goal in mind, and a plan in hand that made sense. Did they know everything they needed to know before they started? Did they anticipate every curve in the road getting to where they wanted to go? No. However, with a well thought out strategy, and a little luck, they made something of themselves.
Join Kevin Hunter and David Ford as they discuss the difference between real substance in a Leader, and actions that don't amount to being much more than being a Cheerleader in business.
Questions or Comments? Call The Business Forum Show studio at (763) 267-7260 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Tonight, we are thrilled and excited, to have the producer and director, of the documentary film, "Born To Lead, the Sal Aunese Story," in the BYGP Locker Room.
George and Lara, have invested massive amounts of time, and money, into this film, and now the film is ready for the world to see. Join us tonight, as we talk to them about the inspiration in creating the film, and the hard work behind bringing it to fruition.
We will also dive more into who Sal Aunese was, and how he inspired the 1990 National Champion, Colorado Buffaloes. This one will be a good one!
Maria Montessori believed in children's instinctual ability to teach themselves. My guest, Dr. Jessica Phillips-Silver, shares that belief. Dr. Phillips-Silver is a neuroscientist and expert on healthy brain development in children. She has also studied Montessori education extensively.
On this episode of Know-It-All, Dr. Phillips-Silver shares with us how parents and educators can adopt the Montessori mindset to let children lead the way to their own academic, social, and emotional nirvana.
Host, Allison R. Brown, is a civil rights attorney and owner of Allison Brown Consulting (ABC), which creates education equity plans and promotes equity in education in compliance with federal law.
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I was broken, now I'm healed. Took sometime to realize I am more than my past, more than my scars, now I am so excited to awaken the beauty and brains I was born with awaken from my sleep! My Mantra for the rest of my life is "Thinking Leads To Questons, Questions Leads To Answers, And Answers Lead to Choices!" And Finally your loved and appreciated!