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LOVE, LAW, & CHARACTER DEVELPOMENT w/ ISSA
Tune in each and every Tuesday at 11am EST / 8am PST
"Live life freely in love, know the various laws of life and society, and always develop a positive character" ~ Issa
"Act as if what you do makes a difference. It does." ~ William James
"If it doesn't have redeeming value, then why say or do it?" ~ Issa
Know who YOU are, always follow your spirit, and live a beautiful life.
Quite the headline however many in Mt. Pleasant WI feel this is what is happening that the Water/Sewer drive the Farmers away for development idea have been in the works for years.
Today I will talk about this idea, stories from the past.
Can the case be made? Can the Farmers fight and win? Lots of questions
Recall the Owens Valley.
Pasha Cook: After playing college basketball and graduating from Memphis State University, she sustained an injury that ended her professional basketball dream. The next ten years of her life became a journey into one career after another in search of her new purpose. After a brief career as an educator, Pasha decided she wanted to educate athletes on how to live beyond the game. Through the platforms of player personal development and speaking, Pasha educates athletes on how to identify and embrace their developed talents and potential inside aand outside of the game.
Dr. Mark Robinson: Dr. Robinson has worked with high schools, colleges, professional athletes, educational institutions and foreign governments in order to help students and athletes succeed throughout. Dr. Robinson is quickly becoming one of the leading academics and practitioners in the Personal Player Development industry. As the Lead Consultant and Founder of Personal Player Development Magazine, Dr. Robinson has established the industry’s only online magazine (www.ppdmag.com), dedicated to the personal development of athletes and helping professionals. He is the author of Athletic Identity, Invincible and Invisible, the Personal Development of the Athlete.
When people of like minds come together, all things become possible. The upcoming economic development and solidarity forum has brought together those with visions of economic empowerment through coordinated, deliberate buying and selling of products in a manner that strategically circulate money where it is most needed in the urban community. Sunday. April 12, 2015, an alliance of business networking organizations will launch a historic show of unity of purpose at the Economic Development and Solidarity Forum, to be held at the Grand Ballroom, 6351 S. Cottage Grove in Chicago, from 4pm to 9pm. In addition to entertainment by conscious raising artists, vendors, entreprenuers and business executives will strategize on how to best direct the 1.9 trillion dollar economy controlled by African Americans across the United States. Companies that promote through publications, such as the National Black Pages, or through the Internet such as the blackmall.com will benefit from the collective promotional activities designed to maximize the influence of a market that has the buying power of the 9th largest nation in the world. The event is free and open to the public and will showcase some of the new products to hit the market ad will introduce independent business opportunities for those seeking a means to create their own wealth. Mark Finley, Coordinator of the Economic Development and Solidarity Forum will share his vision of how this concept will be taken across he country to tranform the urban communities of America.
Amy L. Ross, SPHR, Director, Human Resources and Talent Supply & Development at Borden Dairy drops by @DriveThruHR to share her perspectives on Talent Acquisition.
DriveThruHR was designed to be a captivating and easy-to-digest lunch discourse that covers topics relevant to HR professionals. Each 30-minute episode features a guest speaker who shares her or his knowledge and experience in human resources. Our hosts and special guest cover a wealth of topics, including HR Technology, Recruiting, Talent Management, Leadership, Organizational Culture and Strategic HR, every day at 12:00 pm Central Time. The radio program is hosted by @williamtincup, @Thehrbuddy @TheOneCrystal & @MikeVanDervort.. The #1 HR show, with amazing HR conversations and follow us on the twitters at @drivethruhr and #dthr.
Ben Moore of PantherTalk.com is joined by Rob Clark, Senior Associate AD for Development of Georgia State Athletics to talk about the latest in Panther Athletic Club including the Spring Membership Drive, PAC Coaches Tour and the impact of the NCAA Tournament win on development.
For more information about the Panther Athletic Club visit www.pantherathleticclub.com or call 404-413-4126.
Tune in Monday, March 2 2015 at 11 AM. Joann will share insights and solutions for Talent Development & the Future of Your Organization
Do you develop your team?
Who will be your leaders in the next 2 - 5 years?
Have you taken the pulse of your organization?
YPI P.E.A.K. "Radio over the E.D.G.E." will spotlight human resources, workforce preparation, and topics relating to management and leadership. The show's core focus is on the recognition, understanding and development of human potential. Hosted by YPI Consultants founder and President, Joann Venezia,
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Join pediatric speech-language pathologist Laura Mize, M.S, CCC-SLP for a rare opportunity as she talks with a mom and the SLP working with her 2 1/2 year old who is yet talking.
This child has had a complex history due to a rare genetic mutation, BUT his mom has devoted herself to helping him learn to communicate. Listen to this great show, not only for ideas you can try with your own late talker, but for inspiration!
Mom and SLP both are using ideas from my books Building Verbal Imitation in Toddlers and Teach Me To Talk: The Therapy Manual during speech therapy and at home. Check it out for yourself to get recommendations for strategies that WORK to address both expressive and receptive language goals for toddlers.
February 10th at 9:00 am; we will Pastor Kevin Truett.
Kevin Truett is the lead pastor of Connection Life Church in the capital city of Salem, OR. He is the author of two books POSITION FOR TRANSITION and REAL FISHING. If you're in the Salem/Keizer area just south of Portland, Oregon, you can catch Pastor Kevin on television 12 times weekly with his church services airing in four prime time spots throughout the week. He also broadcasts his own leadership development series, Leaders in Forward Training (L.I.F.T.) helping train and develop pastors and leaders across all denominational lines. In addition he is the host of a weekly television show called Straight Talk with Kevin & Kevin where he along with his good friend and co-host Pastor Kevin Pemble tackle the topics of everyday issues and current news headlines with the always applicable Word of God.
With over 24 years of ministry experience and a successful career in business, Kevin also travels extensively as a seminar speaker to business owners and top executives from all over the world.
He now resides in Salem, Oregon with his wife and partner in ministry of 19 years (Kristie) and their three children, Kameron (18), Keilani (15) and Kennidee (9). Together they count it a privilege to serve in building the kingdom of God.
Pastor Kevin is passionate about leadership development, excellence and giving God our very best.
Kevin began his ministry early on at the age of 16 under his father in Boise, ID. He received his education through Bethesda Bible College and Christian Life School of Theology and would enter full-time ministry in 1992.
Kevin is also an entrepeneur launching several small businesses in the various communities that he has lived in. Pastor Kevin & his wife, Kristie had a vision to launch their second church in Salem, Oregon where together they reside with their three children.
Marsha Winsryg may have gone to Africa to site see and look at local culture but when that culture reached out to her as an artist and teacher, something happened. She was asked by local artisans to take their wares back to the USA and sell them, which she did. However, as she really looked around she saw a need , a humanitarian need especially among children, that was created by the cultural devastation that was a looming as a result of the HIV/AIDS crisis. In Zambia, one out of three people are HIV positive and everyone has lost family members. Most adults are caring for orphans as well as their own children in an economy that barely sustains a subsistence lifestyle.
As a response to her question, "What can I DO?" , Marsha founded The African Artisans Community Development Project—AACDP—provides economic opportunity for Zambian artisans while generating cash support for local Zambian NGOs treating children who have been orphaned or disabled as a result of the HIV/AIDS crisis.
Their method is simple and cost-effective. Thet buy Zambian crafts from local artisans at full market rate for Africa; sell the crafts back n the United States at American rates; and then send the profits back to Zambian schools and clinics providing services to children.
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