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Join Dan Whittaker and his co host, Jim Eaton, CEO of Kingdom Partner Solutions, as they discuss the 18 value drivers of a business.
Dr. Aikyna Finch and Jessica Leichtweisz will discuss "The Value of Friendship" on the Sunday Night Changing Minds Online Show. Friendships are an important part of many people's lives. We are going to share our experiences with friendships and why they are important. Call in to (949) 203-4763 at 9pm EST/ 8pm CST on 10/4 to join the conversation. http://www.blogtalkradio.com/changingmindsonline/2015/10/05/the-value-of-friendship
Seasoned business advisors Jeff Blanton, Jim Eaton and Richard Munro share their insights, experiences and stories from the trenches on how Strategic Planning & Execution impact the value of a business. They discuss why business planning and execution is important to optimizing valuation (and where you should start), the key reasons why businesses don’t execute strategically and the potential impacts on valuation and transaction success for business owners, and how to recognize the common business symptoms and warning signs that lead to sub-optimal performance and valuation.
My guest tonight, Keith Thompson, a Clinical Hynotherapist is back to update us on his upcoming "Value System" webinar. . A long time student of the mind, Keith started his journey in 1974 when he discovered the world of meditation and martial arts. From 1978-80, Keith attended Washington School of Professional Hypnosis where he obtained his certification in clinical hypnotherapy. He has also worked in a private practice, "Inner World", where he worked with people with major illnesses and/or traumas in their life.
In 2006, Keith started his own radio show, “Designing Your Mind with Keith Thompson", and in 2008 he received his certification as a professional health coach. Keith is currently building a new website, "A journey into Value Systems" and spending time writing, speaking, and teaching when the opportunities present themselves.
Denise Griffitts Interviews Don Hutson: The Global Expert on Sales & Negotiations.
At age 17 a young Don Hutson helped his dad selling houses in a brand new subdivision outside of Memphis, Tennessee. Don had a problem. As a skinny teenager, he needed to wear a suit, to appear older and more professional. He thought adding a hat to the look would do the trick. And so launched a legendary sales career for Don Hutson. It was in that year he and his dad sold 76 houses, and the rest is history.
Although his plan was to succeed his mother and father to get his degree at their alma mater, fate had a different plan, and that twist of fate was the key to Don Hutson’s incredible journey. He worked his way through the University of Memphis, graduating with a degree in Sales, the only one in America at that time.
Don went on to become the #1 salesperson in a national training organization. He established his own training firm and was soon in demand as a professional speaker.
Don has been recognized with many honors, most recently the National Speakers Association’s “Master of Influence” Award. He shares this recognition with leaders that include Ken Blanchard, Jack Kemp, Zig Ziglar and Norman Vincent Peale. Don is the author of 14 books, including his latest, Selling Value: Key Principle of Value-Based Selling, and his two Wall Street Journal and New York Times best sellers, The One Minute Entrepreneur: the Secret to Creating and Sustaining a Successful Business and the One Minute Negotiator: Simple Steps to Reach Better Agreements.
Jessica Leichtweisz and Dr. Aikyna Finch will discuss “The Value of Mentorship” on the Sunday Night Changing Minds Online Show. Growth requires changing. In that process it is imperative to both have a mentor and a mentee. Tune in to learn the value of mentorship in your journey of personal growth. Call in to (949) 203-4763 at 9pm EST/ 8pm CST on 10/11 to join the conversation. http://www.blogtalkradio.com/changingmindsonline/2015/10/13/the-value-of-mentorship
As the CEO of Me, Inc. knowing and leveraging your value is key to career success. Branding Expert Chip Hartman takes us through the process of crystalizing your value statement/s which enables you to possess a powerful brand.
What if your strengths are NO VALUE TO ME?
PEOPLE WHO SPEND THEIR LIVES TRYING TO PROVE THEMSELVES DON'T KNOW!
If I would put all my energy in trying to make something work, trying to help someone heal, but would abandon my own needs or truth in the process, because the desire to recognize or honor my own worth was not as strong as it was for me to show you yours.
THAT WAS ME!
IT'S TIME TO KNOW YOUR WORTH!
What are you afraid of the most, when someone ask something of you, and you don't want to do it? Have you ever been able to say NO? Did you ever wonder if NO had a value?
How does NO affect peoples lives, How does one react when you say this word?
Do people respect the word NO, where did this word come from and why does this word, cause some people to challenge you?
Can people feel rejected and try to manipulate you to say, YES?
When does NO become a lifesaver to ones life, when should one use NO?
Why does Warren Buffet say NO makes you "very successful?"
Is the word NO your Enemy or your Friend?
Come Join me, Akeelah Ali and Ms. D. and the "Party Of NO" on a journey to EXPRESS YOURSELF and learn..THE POWER OF "NO?"
Call in 347-884-8684
Do You Really Get Me? Finding Value In Yourself and Others
Through empathy and connection psychologists use the term "Theory of Mind" to describe our natural tendency to make assumptions about what others think and how they feel about us based on the tone of their voice, facial expressions, and body language. These cues either signal us to open up further and make a connection or to put up a wall to protect ourselves from rejection. But it is also easy to misinterpret these cues and become unnecessarily guarded, such as when someone appears to be angry with us and we later learn they were just having a bad day and the negative signs we were picking up really had nothing to do with us.
The more emotional baggage we bring to our interactions, the more likely we are to negatively misinterpret other people's feelings and the more disconnected from them we become. In this groundbreaking conversation, Joseph Shrand, MD, instructor of psychiatry at Harvard Medical School, and Leigh Devine talks about how to set aside self-doubt and assume the best about ourselves and others, and thus make more meaningful connections based on mutual respect and value.
When you are working on self-value and worth have you really taken the time to see just how much value and worth you truly believe you have and are worth? It is far easier for us to say the words, but your action steps say a far different thing.
Today we'll talk about what it really means to make choices that hold your value. Join us at Noon CDT!