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Roy discussed the importance of work.
Roy read from his 1972 pamphlet, "War of The Worlds".
Ruth's call continues.
Bill has PTSD.
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Marty says, "You have helped me and my family greatly".
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Andrea Gregoris will share strategies on how to take care of your body at work and how to develop strategies to keep ourselves healthy and energetic, paying attention to the needs of our body when working.
Pasos (Steps) focuses on wellbeing at work, how to develop organizational cultures that promote results as well as personal welbeing, satisfaction and work/life balance. Thought leaders from all over the world share their experiences in a dialogue with Dr. Damian Goldvarg.
There are so many quotes about "if it's worthwhile, it takes work." Sometimes, the thing you need to achieve will come to you easily, but for the most part, it requires focusing your attention on what needs to be done - then doing the work. There are some people who will never understand that. But think about it.
Everyone from Olympic athletes to concert pianists to country music stars or rock and roll artists, actors and actresses - no matter what the field of endeavor - they must all practice their craft over and over. They make the necessary contacts and they work hard to be able to live their dreams.
Many so-called "overnight successes" were 10, 15 or even 20 years in the making. Most of those people laugh when someone calls them an overnight success because they know how hard they worked to get there. They worked daytime jobs and perfected their crafts at night. Sleep was a luxury most of them could ill-afford.
How much work will it take to achieve your Empowering dream?
Join Teresa Beeman every as she discusses Achieving Empowerment Takes Work.
This show is brought to you by the Center for Empowered Women and can be heard every Monday and Wednesday at 11:00 am Eastern time.
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"Getting In-The-Zone At Work & Eliminating Distractions". Interview to David Morelli.
David Morelli has founded multiple successful companies, primarily focused on corporate & personal coaching, as well a non-profit. Due to his cutting-edge approach, he's known for helping companies have their best results in organizational history. Additionally, David hosts a weekly radio show that hit #1 on iTunes in two categories, even passing Oprah. His passion is empowering people with tools & knowledge to create sustainable success in all areas of life and work. We will explore these questions:
1) What does it mean to be 'In-The-Zone' at work?
2) What are the barriers that people face that prevent them from being 'In-The-Zone' more?
3) What are the most common distractions that people face in the workplace?
4) What is the impact of distractions to productivity?
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TTopic: His Work, Her Work
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These amazing Women of God who are wives, mothers, and entrepreneurs want to share their love, life and knowledge of being a Anointed Wife.
"We wanted a show that encourages women who are married and the ones who aspire to be. Marriage isn't easy at all, but when you keep in mind it's a ministry and it serves a higher purpose, you then will realize that marriage can be fun, sexy, and truly loving. Life doesn't stop once you take your vows, a new way of life begins." ~TWT
Do you know what your authentic flow is at work?
How about at play?
What if you could feel the flow of ease at work and play?
Today on Everyday Joy Jen Halterman welcomes Megan Sillito back for more insights, skills and humor as they share with you their secrets to Authentic Flow in Work and Play. So many people take Life very seriously and these ladies are talking about finding a balance between productivity and creativity, determination and allowing. With decades of combined experiences as entrepreneurs, life coaches and community leaders Jen and Megan will be sharing the lessons they learned the hard way, the skills they stumbled upon and the practices they each have for staying in their individual Authentic Flow at work and play!
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Have you ever felt the pain when your business role conflicts with your personal or family roles? Every business owner wears multiple hats: CEO, marketer, IT consultant, researcher, etc. It's tough enough to manage those roles alongside ordinary family roles, but when life throws you a curveball, the difficulties multiply. Maybe you're responsible for transporting a child to a prestigious and time-consuming new activity that could pave the way for a college scholarship, or maybe you're suddenly facing a family member's serious illness. Whatever the cause, your business can thrive only if you're able to manage your family responsibilities and have energy left over. Listen as Julie shares the perspectives and practical tips she's gained while running her consultancy and serving as caregiver for her father, who is now in the severe stage of Alzheimer's Disease.
Before and after the show, please post your questions for Jory and Julie on Jory's Facebook Business Page.
Julie A. Fleming, principal of Lex Innova Consulting, helps lawyers to create/implement innovative business development plans. She is the author of three books (The Reluctant Rainmaker: A Guide for Lawyers Who Hate Selling, Seven Foundations of Time Mastery for Attorneys, and Legal Rainmaking Mistakes: What You Think You Know About Business Development Can Kill Your Practice), as well as numerous articles on topics such as business development, practice management, work/life balance, and leadership development. Before launching her consulting business, Julie practiced law for over a decade in both large and small firms, focusing on patent litigation. Julie has appeared in diverse publications including The Practical Lawyer (ALI CLE), Trial magazine (American Association for Justice), The Bencher (American Inns of Court), ABA Now (American Bar Association), and The Glass Hammer.
The family owned business is the foundation for a community's economic stability. In order for a family owned business to succeed the husband and wife need to be able to work together. Running a business can be very challenging, and when your business partner is also your spouse, emotional issues between you can have a major impact on whether you can successfully run a company together. How do you deal with issues of financial management, marketing and public relations, negotiating contracts, collections, hiring, firing, record keeping, accounting, and paying yourself a reasonable salary? Do egos get in the way of good decision making practices? Do your work habits complement each other or clash with each other? Are expectations realistic or does impatience and disappointment cause you to quit when the going gets rough? Do you involve your children in learning the business and working with you? Do you listen to your children's suggestions on how to improve the business? And is your marriage strong enough to withstand periods of economic strain when business is slow? Couples who have run businesses together share their experiences
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