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Hi Ladies Let's Talk is now Ladies Let's Talk Business.
Most of our episodes are on business and it only seemed natural to add Business to the mix. Don't worry we are still going to talk about our beloved topics at least once a month (Family, Life Skills Wellness).
There is a lot of business going on right now so let's get to it already. Entrepreneurs are you growing? Do you need a little help? Today's show is on having a virtual assistant. Brenda Solano is going to share what you need and why.
We are here every Wed 8:00p to 8:30p PST
About your host: Jeanna Brown New books coming out join us for the launch party.
Autonnette McLaughlin is talking with us about the need for a Virtual Assistant (VA) when growing your business. So one might ask, why do I need a Virtual Assistant and what can a person in this field bring to the table for my business. Well, let's ask Autonnette since she is the Virtual Assistant and this has become her passion to assist business owners in stepping out of the box. Her virtual consulting business, MBS Administrative Services showcases the talents of business owners from around the world.
Bishop Dr. Andrew Watkins, Sr., Ph.D. - Virtual Ministry
Bishop Dr. Andrew Watkins, Sr., - Virtual Ministry
Coach Nick sat down with Bobby Marks, who started with the New Jersey Nets in the mid 90s and moved up to assistant General Manager by the time they moved to Brooklyn. We go over many of the complicated terms that are tossed around but never full understood like the stretch provision, traded player exception, and the tax apron. For a better understanding of how NBA contracts work, this is a must listen.
Meredith educates the general public on The Virtual Gastric Band Hypnosis weight loss/ weight management program. How it works, its benefits, and her own experience with it.
Wade Keller interviews Jonny Fairplay for an in-depth discussion about "Rowdy" Roddy Piper. Fairplay used to be a persoanl assistant to Piper and even named his first child "Piper" after Piper.
Administrative management is the heart of any business. Without proper administrative systems in place your business is in danger of experiencing professional nightmares that can be avoided. Join us tonight as we chat with Shayna M. Boston of BostonFirst Administrative Management Services about choosing the right time to hire a Virtual Assistant.
Oculus Rift and other virtual reality helmets are seen by many as potential game changers in gaming, retail, entertainment and other industries. But VR has significant weaknesses. You're stuck inside the helmet. It locks your experience and makes it difficult to share with co-workers or friends.
John Underkoffler thinks there is a better way. He's been called "the real-life Tony Stark." Underkoffler the computer scientist and award-winning user-interface designer behind the films "Minority Report" and "Iron Man," believes the future isn't locked in these headsets, it's in shareable experiences and workspaces. Collaboration is not about creating virtual walls, but working with one another on actual walls. People need space for their ideas to spread as they flow in real time. VR users need a whole new UI to really interact properly.
We'll talk to Underkoffler about the future of collaboration and shared visuals in the workspace. We'll see what might be beyond virtual reality.
John Underkoffler is CEO of Oblong Industries, developer of the g-speak Spatial Operating Environment and the Mezzanine conferencing and collaboration system in use at firms from Boeing to Beats Music. Oblong's technological trajectories build on fifteen years of foundational work at the MIT Media Laboratory, where John was responsible for innovations in real-time computer graphics, large-scale visualization techniques, and the I/O Bulb and Luminous Room systems. He has been science advisor to films including Minority Report, The Hulk (A.Lee), Aeon Flux, Stranger Than Fiction, and Iron Man. John also serves as adjunct professor in the USC School of Cinematic Arts; on the boards of the 5D Conference, the University Art Museum board at CSULB, Sequoyah School, and the E14 Fund; and on MIT's Visiting Committee. He is the 2015 Cooper Hewitt National Design Award winner for Interaction Design.
Select Sports / September 4th
Jerry Chiles discusses NCAA Basketball, NBA and Motor Sports topics at 9pm ET / 6pm PT
Syracuse down to 10 players
Andrei Kirilenko elected head of Russian basketball
Buffalo dismisses Justin Moss
Wake Forest dismisses Madison Jones
Middle Tennessee add Jacorey Williams to team
Payton Pritchard picks Ducks
Frank Jackson commits to Duke
College Coaches talk postseason format change
VMI will not release players
Tarheels open 2016 class with Tony Bradley
Siyani Chambers expected to return to Harvard
Suns to inducts Steve Nash into the Ring of Honor
Hornets / Michael Kidd-Gilchrist agree to 4-year extension
NBA fines Clippers for DeAndre Jordan situation
Derrick Rose involved in lawsuit
Darryl Dawkins dies
Mutombo’s #55 to be retired
Gilbert Arenas assistant convicted
Cavaliers / JR Smith agree to 2-year deal
Glen Davis sidelined
Dwight Howard detained for weapon at airport
Justin Wilson dies
Tony Stewart v Wrongful Death Lawsuit assigned to Federal Judge
Go over to www.SportzAddix.com or to listen or be part of the show, simply dial 646-378-1303
Hosted By: QueensMind and Mowfpeace
Wolfhours was conceived in the mind of Shontai Ralieck George a poet ,wordsmith, barz spitter master from Brooklyn New York. Though he now resides in the southern states he still has that gritty streetwise intelligence that makes him one of the most intriguing sought after figures within the poetic community.
The wolfhour concept basically presents a way for everyone to tell their story. Everyone no matter what background or lifestyle, profession or trade, religious or non-religious ..everybody has a story to tell. The guy on the corner begging for change to the lawyer in the courtroom pleading his/her case before a judge , they all have stories to tell. You might have been driving home from work when suddenly a car crosses three lanes just to get in an accident with you. By via of said incident you now have something to get off your chest. Well let it off!!!! We call this a vent. Venting is what the wolfhours movement prescribes if you got some stored up energy that needs to be released in the form of words. Written, spoken, even singing there is no one way to vent.
This blog talk radio show will give wordmiths nationwide a platform to showcase their skills in front of a virtual audience. Spoken word is the new hip hop. The body of the old hip hop is dying so it is up to us as word smiths to preserve this art form by embracing this movement through spoken word. So whether you are a bar spitter ..ballad writer, erotica, political, conscious or what have you. Its time to represent this art to the fullest. As and added bonus we will be featuring some of the hottest spoken word artist in the poetic community, given our callers the opportunity to call in, get in que to spit or ask the featured guest a question. Even if you just want to call in an enjoy the show either way the airwaves will be set a flame.
Catherine Austin Fitts has operated at the highest levels of both the Financial and Government Sectors. She was assistant Secretary of Housing under President Bush, founded Hamilton Securities (A Wall Street Investment bank/brokerage), and was Managing Director at Investment Bank Dillon, Read & Co..
Most importantly, Fitts served on the Board of Directors of Sallie Mae from 1992-1995. She joins us for this episode to offer a vivid perspective from the inside of the student loan giant, and shares her insights and conclusions from that experience, and more!