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Many people think they have just the right life insurance. Many say, I'm good when asked what they have and why. The reason is because they can't explain what they have, They just know they have some. This is a very bad situation. An old policy is probably not cost effective. A new policy may be the wrong product for your age or budget. How long will you have to pay preiums? What is the dividend arrangement. How much interest do you earn? All really serious questions. So, saying I'm good means, I really don't know what I have and why.
This is the start of the 3 part series on College Life. Do you know your future? Do you think College Life is for you? Are you a believer but you can't think about any options coming out of high school or College? What are the other options, community college, trade school or University. Listen in as we dissect these issues and also encourage people that there are alternatives to going to a 4 year University.
The Right Attitude for Success in the Workplace and Life with Doug Hess
Doug Hess is the co-author (along with Dave Bowman) of Gordon Gekko, CEO: Lessons from Wall Street for a Winning Attitude. Research indicates that a simple turn in your attitude will make all the difference in the world. Whether it’s your health, having better relationships, or furthering your careers, attitude drives so many different aspects of our lives. We even found that people with positive attitudes make more money.
Doug will discuss following key points:
How with the right attitude to prepare to face the various challenges and actions to yield success
Advice regarding steps one should take when faced with certain obstacles and opportunities
How your success benefits others
How to think a little differently about 'business
Remind us that while sacrifices are required at times, be sure you don't give up long-term life rewards for short-term financial wins
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Catching up with you, my friends on what's happening in this crazy life. Trying to talk about staying motivated, believing in yourself, thinking for yourself.
Every week we discuss an ethical dilemma that our guest experienced and how they handled it. Join us for an enlighting conversation on ethics. Our guest this week is: David Tuccaro
David Tuccaro Jr. is a Mikisew Cree First Nation who overcame his fight with Leukemia, chronicled in his memoir, Bad to the Bone: The True Story of David Tuccaro Jr. Born and raised in Ft. McMurray, Canada. He shares his tumultuous journey of self-discovery through pain, hopelessness and the feeling of inadequacy to inspire others to overcome adversity. After finding his purpose, he is living out his passion of teaching others to save lives by registering to become a bone marrow donor. David spends his free time with his family and enjoying music
Turn Off the TV..Start here to improve your quality of life....Learn some tips to "Make it Happen"... Just Retired...well, join us in some tips on what to do, ways to minimize cost and other goodies on this Thursday at 6:30p est
LIFE: Jump Right In!
On the Menu: Spinach & Orzo Salad served with glass of Riesling Wine, the other white wine!
Life is precious, busy and challenging, and we all want to ‘Get it right!’ and we want it in a hurry!
Dave Dunn, author of "Get Life Right," will certainly admit that he has had a good life. But it was not all easy. He is now successful, but he made plenty of mistakes along the way; mistakes that you can avoid.
Dave’s goal now is to help all others, not just those at or near the top, but all people that want to better themselves. He gives us practical tools for facing life’s challenges…without adding the pressure of time, by enabling us to refocus on what we can control, in 10 minute reads!
People are social animals that need to interact for everything from education to commerce to procreation. To do so we form all sorts of relationships. But since life is not static, those relationships are stressed and pushed, damaged and often broken. How do we learn to fix those broken relationships?
Dave realized that a life well-lived did not come with a manual, so he wrote one. Just turn the page to the part of life that needs repair, and follow the steps. Get Life Right is not about rules, it's really about tools…Tools that you can pick and choose to use...Just give yourself about 10 minutes.
Our show looks at an ethical dilemma experienced by our guest and how they resolved it. This week's guest on Do the Right Thing Right (Blogtalkradio) 12pm CST Thursday is Peter Mehit. Mr Mehit, owner of his own business consulting company, faced a number of personal and ethical choices as part of his life in corporate America that led him to understand that the root ethical problem facing America is us.
Hello Friends, Time to catch up a bit and talk about lots of issues in the news, life events etc!
See you Soon!
This week on the Networking Diva Hour you will hear some great tips and suggestions from "The Networking Game"! This is based on the information and idea exchange workshop of the same name. Despite the internet, cell phones, tablets, and instant messaging, the Five rules of Networking still apply. Do you know what they are??
There is more to the obvious than is Obvious!!
Also my co-host will be Gayle Gross with Mosaic of Colorado Springs. To tell you more about this wonderful service!
Mosaic is a non-profit that provides a life of possibilities for individuals with intellectual disabilities. They help people define their own happiness and support them and empower the pursuit of their goals.
Mosaic Allied Voices engages volunteers to promote public awareness of disability issues, to advocate for equality, and to advance sustainable strategies that shape public policy.
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