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We always have fun on Fridays after 5pm heading home from work or were ever. Music to make you smile, laugh, bring back memories from the past, it will be blast. Tune in, turn on to the best Friday music to get your weekend started on a good note! Each week Lennis will bring you her special blend of music to enjoy. Toe tapping, booty shaking, turn it out, set it off music, lol lol. See y'all on Friday, for Traffic Jam Music. Trust me you will be talking about the show by Saturday, lol. Thank you!!!
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My crazy bus ride home
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Join me from the lifestyle variety show, where we make life fun by making fun of life.
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-Do and Donts
-Words of Wisdom
-We discuss our week and also some shameless but very very funny stories
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Check us out...check us out...check us out this Friday night, everyone. Call in to the Tell-It-All Friday Race Talk Show at 951-281-7726. Brit Nic be hosting, and for her special guests, she has some of the baddest, if not THE baddest, boys out of the Fayette/Natchez, MS, area, the infamous NEW WORLD ORDER. Anybody stock suspension on 28s with one kit can get it this Sunday in Canton! Just call in on the show between 7PM and 9PM this Friday, and we can set things up. As always, there will be a hot topic and many race updates.Things will be heating up this Friday night!
This week on Franchise Friday, Brendan Major is joined by Susan Scotts of The Entrepreneur's Source. Susan will talk about some of the joys of business ownership, and how anyone can achieve this goal. She'll also cover the benefits of building wealth and equity for yourself, but not by yourself. Be sure to tune in!
About Our Guest
Susan Scotts is devoted to motivating, providing direction, and inspiring others to manifest their best. A highly respected coach, author, speaker and trainer, Susan enjoys being part of her clients' journey of self-discovery. She helps guide clients towards self-sufficiency by exploring alternate career options in a safe environment.
With over 20 years of experience in the franchising industry, and enjoys helping others invest in themselves and educates them about the possibilities and options that exist to become self-sufficient. She’s committed to empowering others to achieve their income, lifestyle wealth and equity goals.
She believes everyone has a right to manifesting the life they want, and uses her unique style to help clients design their dream lives, and help them foster a new way of thinking.
This week we're honored to welcome Michael Kaplan to Franchis Friday. Michael is an advocate for Military Veterans who are transitioning into the civilian workforce, and is joining us to share his passion for veteran entrepreneurship. He'll talk about his book, "The Prior-Service Entrepreneur", and the various types of organizations for corporate and academic instituations that he develops and impliments. Michael will also talk about some of the greatest challenges that face veteran entrepreneurs, and ways to overcome those hurdles.
About Our Guest
Michael is a a passionate advocate for Military Veterans who are transitioning into the civilian workforce, and works as a mentor with numerous academic and corporate organizations serving that cause. In support of that initiative he wrote "The Prior-Service Entrepreneur: Providing Military Veterans with the Competitive Skills to Start a Successful Business,” which currently enjoys a 5-STAR rating on Amazon. Michael also regularly writes and publishes articles for Veteran organizations and advocacy groups in the form of blogs, newsletters and special interest stories.
Michael is currently working with various departments within the University System of Georgia to develop a comprehensive military-to-civilian transition program for student veterans. The goal of the program is to assist first- and second-year students to effectively transition and manage the university experience as adult learners, and to provide third- and fourth-year students with the critical skills and knowledge needed to be highly competitive in the civilian workforce and business community.
What is the licensing procedure for a state to offer electronic pulltabs? Is it worthwhile for a state to make the transition from paper pulltabs to electronic? On the show to continue the discussion on electronic pulltabs is Mark Newton, director of business development at Powerhouse Gaming. Make sure to tune in and join in the conversation as we discuss electronic pulltab licensing, recent news and much more on this Variety Friday show!
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