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Tom Canete started his career shoveling neighbor’s driveways for extra cash as a small child, working while his friends played in the snow. He also delivered papers before going to school and soon began a four season operation offering lawn care, fall clean-ups, gutter cleaning and of course, snow removal. By the time he was in high school, Tom had two full time employees working for him. The employees worked the business while Tom was in school. In time, Tom grew his company into one of Northern New Jersey’s most recognized landscape and snow removal companies. This year Tom took on the huge task of taking care of the MetLife Stadium – it is this contract that brings him to the broadcast this evening – as he will discuss the process to get the contract, the challenges and rewards as well as how it went.
Emmy nominated jazz singer, Dr. Donna Singer joins Tom and speaks about her recent trip to the Grammy's Award Ceremony and her upcoming international tour. 'Destiny, Moment of Jazz' is her latest album selected for a Grammy nomination consideration. Her story is one of overcoming obstacles and setbacks to achieve her dreams. Join us for great music and story.
Tom and Rosemarie intervies Elisha DeWitt, a 21 year old musician, step mother, young woman activist and advocate who has a program entitled, "Beauty Sparkles Within" to encourage girls and young women to look within to their real beauty. She addresses bullying, self esteem, self love and confidence and core values for 'girls' of all ages to reach their dreams.
Join Rosemarie and I as she introduces a 'life influencer' and activist from her community.
Hogan Hilling is a dad, author of six parenting books, fatherhood expert and has appeared on Oprah. Hilling has co-founded and helped establish several fatherhood networks in the USA since 1992. Hilling’s recent book Dads Behaving Dadly has received international attention. Dadly II sequel will debut in June with other Dadly books to follow.
Thomas Gagliano inspire readers to silence the inner voice of self-doubt and fear and begin living proactive, satisfying lives. Moving past addictive acting out depends on right action and right thinking. With candor and humility, the authors show readers how to work an honest recovery program and break the cycle of addictive acting out. A motivational can-do guide to making the most of one’s life. His Book!
Thomas Gagliano is a successful businessman and a high profile leader in addiction and self-help therapy. He has been featured as a keynote speaker at many meetings and conferences in New Jersey and greater New York.
Dr. Ruth Nemzoff is the author of Don’t Roll Your Eyes: Making In-Laws Into Family (Palgrave/Macmillan, 2012) and Don’t Bite Your Tongue: How to Foster Rewarding Relationships With Your Adult Children (Palgrave/Macmillan, 2008), and a frequent speaker on family dynamics. She is a resident scholar at Brandeis University’s Women's Studies Research Center.
Dr. Nemzoff holds a Doctorate in Administration, Planning, and Social Policy from Harvard University, a Master's in Counseling from Columbia University, and a Bachelor's in American Studies from Barnard College. Her papers are archived at the Schlesinger Library, Harvard University. She and her husband, Harris Berman, have four adult children, four in-law children, and eight grandchildren.
She is the former assistant minority leader of the New Hampshire State Legislature, the first female New Hampshire Deputy Commissioner of Health and Welfare, and the first female Bank of New Hampshire Board Member. For over ten years, she was an adjunct associate professor at Bentley University.
She founded a nursery school, a counseling service, and the National Women's Legislative Lobby. More information at www.ruthnemzoff.com
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Tom is a 23-year-old Campus Ministry graduate assistant pursuing a Master’s of Organizational Leadership degree from St. Ambrose University in Davenport, Iowa. His work with Campus Ministry includes hosting faith-based discussions and leading service projects once a week. He also works as a sports broadcaster and camera operator for a local Quad Cities cable network. He played baseball at St. Ambrose during his undergraduate studies and was editor-in-chief of the campus newspaper, ‘The Buzz’. The avid St. Louis Cardinals fan grew up in Bloomington, Illinois and is a graduate of Bloomington Central Catholic High School.
When he isn’t studying, participating in service opportunities or covering athletic events, Tom spends his time writing. His enthusiasm for writing fiction is evident in his self-published action/adventure novel ‘Skyfire’, which was completed in February 2014. Tom has donated over $1,300 of his novel’s profit to Catholic Charities and The Children’s Miracle Network because he wants to provide others with the opportunity to pursue their dreams. He’s currently writing the sequel to ‘Skyfire’ and plans to publish it in early 2016.
Tonight Tom will talk about managing snow and ice.
Some of the topics he will discuss are:
How to utilize equipment better
Why you must manage every aspect of your business
Teaming up with responsible subs
Preventative maintenance practices and procedures
What is risk management
Managing MetLife Stadium
We are no longer just snow pushers. We are snow and ice managers or more appropriately, risk managers. We manage the risk for potential accidents that may occur from snow accumulation and ice formation. These risks come in the form of slip and fall accidents and automobile accidents, which then lead to the biggest risk of all, lawsuits. Lawsuits that can range from $10,000-$25,000 dollars for a minimal injury. whether it was real or fabricated, to millions of dollars for serious injuries or even death.
Like most problems in business, the best way to deal with them is by not having them in the first place. In other words, the best defense is a good offense. Listen tonight as Tom discusses some best of breed practices that you must follow to protect your company and employees, your clients and the general public. Tonight, his advice could literally save your business and possibly someone’s life.
Theme: “That which does not kill us only makes us stronger!”
Dominick Domasky is a family guy-married with two children--from a small town named Greensburg, right outside of Pittsburgh Pennsylvania. He is a graduate of the University of Pittsburgh in business management, a supporter of the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, an inspirational author, a motivational speaker, and a successful cold calling, door knocking commercial insurance salesman. The loves of his life include family, business, telling stories and basketball. Mr. Domasky arrived at inspirational story writing and motivational speaking with a unique background. As a boy Dominick learned the value of hard work pulling weeds and doing odd jobs in the fields of his father’s landscape company. He took that knowledge, placed it into his passions, and carried it throughout everything in his life from basketball to business. His story starts with failure and you'll find after the discussion today, finishes with success.
Author of "Don't Double Bread Your Fish" and upcoming book "The Unofficial Guide to Fatherhood"
TOM CARROZZA is a founding member of The 1st Amendment Improv Company in NYC and has taught at Second City, HB Studios, New York Conservatory of Dramatic Art, The Comic Strip and Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts. He was a member of the 4-man comedy group MENTAL FURNITURE and has written and produced several plays including "AREA 51 - The Musical!" which featured twenty-two original songs by Noel Katz. He has followed up his first album of music "ZESTY" with another called, "IN YOUR EAR". Both albums deliver an uplifting assortment of humorous songs. The new one serves up compositions by Jeff Ward, Don Puglisi, Joe Mulligan, Noel Katz, Rick Reil and Carrozza himself. It also includes his first-ever cover track, "She Turned Out To Be The Girlfriend Of A Boyfriend Of Mine" originally sung by Eddie Cantor in the 1928 Broadway show, "Whoopee!" As one critic said, "He should have called it "ZESTY 2 - NOT A FLUKE." Follow him on facebook he's funny.
Tom addresses two of the toughest subjects of our time:
Policing practices in our cities and states, including "SWAT", and militarization, it's intent, and concerns about outside jurisdiction command and control. Then, he'll address Islam, from it's origin, to Jihad, and ISIS; and then Islamists - their goals, and ambitions - even here! We'll just dive in, and have the discussion...
Policing America The Real Threat of ISIS
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Join us on Friday, Feb. 20 at noon when our guest on Record Talk Radio will be Record photographers Tom Franklin and Tyson Trish, who will talk about a remarkable three-part series on heroin that ran in the paper this week.
Franklin shot the videos for "In Heroin's Grip," a special report on the impact North Jersey's burgeoning heroin trade has had on the region's suburbs and the city of Paterson.
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