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  • How to Make a Five Year Plan While Focusing On the Present Moment

    in Business

    "Business is not typically seen as a spiritual activity.  It is supposed to pursue only money-oriented goals devoid of any deeper significance.  The only worthwhile businesses, however, are conscious businesses; those that tackle their work as a spiritual activity."  

    This quote is from Fred Kaufman in his book, "Conscious Business".  My discussion in today's Episode of Enrichment Radio will focus on how to maintain a balance bewteen Internal Consciousness and External Praxis.  In other words, how to connect the internal values with external business practices.

  • 00:22

    5 Phases of Mission Accomplishment In Business (and Life)

    in Entrepreneur

    To succeed at anything worthwhile, you can either take the "fly-by-the-seat-of-the-pants" approach and hope for success, or you plan like a professional and ensure your success. However, there is a fine line between thorough preparation and the procrastination-inducing  “paralysis by analysis” and if you aren't careful, you can quickly find yourself in a downward spiral that is tough to recover from.

    Join JT for a high-powered conversation on the 5 phases of mission accomplishment, and get a peek behind the curtain at how top-performing professionals in business and life plan and execute their most important projects to get better results with consistency.

    Fly High, Fly Fast, Fly Far!

  • 00:10


    in Self Help

    We are worthy and deserving to RECEIVE.......do you believe that?  RECEIVE ALL GOOD THINGS that this Universe has to offer!  Take a listen to this short podcast and put yourself in a position to RECEIVE, RECEIVE, RECEIVE, KNOWING that we are worthy and deserving!

    Start using affirmations TODAY to align you with YOUR RECEIVIG Energy as you allow yourself to open up and KNOW that as a human BEING we are worthy and deserving to have a good time on Earth and create our Heaven how we see fit!



    bringing people back to themselves

  • 00:30

    Stay in Touch with Your Youthful Emotions - Pt. 1

    in Health

    Join Partners in Health and Biz talk show host Gail Dixon as we discuss the art and benefits of Staying in Touch with Your Youthful Emotions.

    The truth is, riding roller coasters can help you stay young at heart, too.
    So can reveling in all sorts of other experiences that cultivate childlike qualities --like playfulness, spontaneity, joyousness, flexibility, and optimism.

    It's a worthwhile investment of time and energy. Why? These kidlike qualities confer substantial age-protecting benefits.  Studies find that people who are optimistic and playful live longer, healthier and happier lives.

    Tune in and learn the difference between being childlike and not childish.



  • 02:01

    In His Grace Ministries Presents: Founder/Prophetess/Sr Pastor Roselena Flournoy

    in Religion

    You don't want to miss out on this Show on Blogtalk. As the Prophetess will be sharing her life-changing Supernatural experience from The Lord as she laid dying. The doctors said, they could do no more....The Woman of The Word, told the doctors. "ONLY GOD WILL GET THE GLORY FROM MY BODY AND LIFE!" Listen in on her trip to heaven, and what her Valley of The Shadow of Death experience. So much more, including; the Supernatural Provisions and Supernatural experiences in her life now she's back!!! Also those around her experiencing the Supernatural as well.
    Tune in with us, this will be worthwhile!


  • 00:31

    Start-Up Strategy: When and How to Hire a Business Lawyer

    in Entrepreneur

    As you begin your unique business start-up journey, there are two professional types you should learn to rely upon to help you along the highway of business sustainability and profitability:  Your lawyer and your accountant. So then, for your business, you should ask yourself two essential questions: When do you need a lawyer and how do you go about hiring the right representative or legal team? One thing that is for sure - particularly within the framework of today's litigious society - it is commonly worthwhile to consult with a qualified business lawyer prior to making any decision that might have legal consequences. I share some strategic solutions and practical insights regarding these business and marketing disciplines within the context of this edition of Strategist Radio LIVE.

    Also, during this exclusive live strategic installment, we considered, examined, and reviewed these three (3) business strategy topics in the name of increased market share and sustainable profitability:

    Plagiarism: Don't Be a Blog Thief
    What You Need to Know Before Taking on Investors with Nina Kaufman, Esq.
    Understanding the 4 Types of Intellectual Property with Mary Juetteb

    I look forward to engaging, sharing, and collaborating with you! T :-)

  • 00:30

    The Superyogi Scenario

    in Business

    James Connor's TheSuperyogi Scenario is the first in a dynamic new series of page-turning chronicles that slow-drips spiritual wisdom from  the ancient Yoga Sutra spiritual text to its readers in the guise of adventure! Connor and Sky Grove Publishing are blazing a new trail with a book that is establishing a new subgenre in publishing: enlightened pop culture.

    Connor imagines a contemporary world where superpowers start emerging among yoga and meditation practitioners instead of from comic book mishaps like radioactive spider bites or laboratory accidents. This fresh new take on the superhero story explores the wild consequences that occur when heroes and villains start to emerge.

    Connor uses the vehicle of superheroes to reach an uninitiated audience to introduce them to spiritual wisdom that makes clear the power of humility, service and the commitment to the happiness of others. It shows that we all have the power of superhero abilities within us!

    Throughout the book Connor quotes original Yoga Sutra verses to explain the superpowers often attributed to the great Yogis of history, and to guide the characters as they struggle with their new roles as world protectors. Key messages come through, particularly that the more we care for and serve others, the more powerful we become. The novel brings heady philosophical teachings down to a level that are easy to grasp and allows people to glimpse why enlightenment is achievable and worthwhile to pursue.   

    But let's not think this takes away from the fast-moving thrill ride that is The Superyogi Scenario. The men are strong and handsome; the women are sexy and powerful; the villains are dastardly and devastating with otherworldly powers, and the fate of the world is at stake!

  • 00:50

    The Power of Bench Strength for Business Growth

    in Business

    Bench strength is something that can make or break an organization. It is worthwhile to make sure you have the right people in the right positions so everyone is maximizing their skills. Stacy Feiner, PsyD joins us to share her insights into this very important aspect of business growth.

    Dr. Stacy Feiner is an executive coach for the middle market, and the author of Talent Mindset: The Business Owner’s Guide to Building Bench Strength. Stacy brings psychological strategies to business owners that help them improve their performance and advance their organizations. Her methodology addresses complex dynamics within owner-operated companies, family businesses, management teams and boards. She coaches business owners on how to solve people-problems that clear for driving strategy, growing profitability and eventually transitioning to the next generation. Stacy earned her doctorate in clinical psychology from the Illinois School of Professional Psychology, MS from Northeastern University, and BA from Hobart & William Smith Colleges. She lived and worked in Asia and was an SEC registered financial advisor. Stacy is a licensed psychologist, executive coach, author and national speaker. 

    Today’s sponsor is Audible.com, a leading provider of spoken audio entertainment and information. Listen to audiobooks whenever and wherever you want. Get a free book when you sign up for a 30-day free trial at audibletrial.com/businessgrowth.

  • 00:55

    Let's Coach! with Mark & Carolyn - LHK

    in Motivation

    Let’s Coach with Mark and Carolyn, Wednesday, August 19, 2015, Noon EST

    Paying It Forward

    It’s better to give than to receive.  That’s how Rachel Madison Harris lives.  She founded Let’s Help Kids in 2010 as a way to help kids whose families are having money problems.  LHK helps kids from kindergarten to sixth grade in Northern Virginia, Maryland and DC by meeting non-basic needs for children - providing them with special items or experiences that they may not otherwise receive.  While many worthwhile organizations exist to provide food, shelter and financial assistance to families who are struggling to make ends meet, LHK provides “the extras.”  In Rachel’s own words:

    I started Let's Help Kids so that I could help other kids to be happy. If I "fill their buckets" then they will, in turn, fill other people's buckets. Pay it forward!

    Rachel Harris

    Rachel is 11 years old.  Assisted by her board, including Mom and Executive Director Jen Sterling, LHK has provided hundreds of area kids with happiness by granting wishes from birthday presents, bicycles, to Halloween costumes. To learn more about Let’s Help Kids and how you can help make the life of needy child a little bit happier visit them online at www.letshelpkids.org

    Join Mark and Carolyn, Jen Sterling and LHK Founder and boss lady, Rachel Harris, as we talk about how to fill people’s buckets.


  • 00:41

    Talking to David Meltzer author of Connecting to Goodness

    in Lifestyle

    Today's guest is David Meltzer. In his early 20s, David Meltzer was at the top of his game in the business world and lecturing around the globe. But something was missing, and the multimillionaire went on a rapid downward spiral that ended in bankruptcy. It was only then that David realized, in order to revive and thrive, he needed to blend spirituality with business. He started to develop his newfound life and business outlook as CEO to sports super agent Leigh Steinberg, where he, along with Leigh, and Warren Moon, negotiated over $2 Billion in sports and entertainment contracts. In addition to athlete representation, LSSE served as creative and technical consultants on movie and television projects such as: Jerry Maguire, Any Given Sunday, For The Love Of The Game, HBO’s Arli$$.The common perception of successful sports agents is an aggressive-to-be-effective persona that is as powerful at negotiating as their athletes are at sports.


    Connecting to goodness seems an unlikely goal in either sports agenting or sports marketing, but it is the best un-kept secret of one of the best sports agents in the business.  David is now the CEO at Sports 1 Marketing, a Warren Moon Enterprise, and was former CEO to sports super agent Leigh Steinberg. In the making, losing, and remaking of millions in sports agenting and marketing, David Meltzer has indeed become all about connecting to goodness as a tool for actual and worthwhile success in business and in life. Before he found the connection he made and lost millions.  Now enormously successful, he never forgets the value of that connection – and he is here today to discuss it with us.

  • 00:59

    Shout For Victory

    in Self Help

    “Different Types of Prayer” For the Christian, praying is supposed to be like breathing, easier to do than to not do. We pray for a variety of reasons. For one thing, prayer is a form of serving God (Luke 2:36-38) and obeying Him. We pray because God commands us to pray (Philippians 4:6-7). Prayer is exemplified for us by Christ and the early church (Mark 1:35; Acts 1:14; 2:42; 3:1; 4:23-31; 6:4; 13:1-3). If Jesus thought it was worthwhile to pray, we should also. If He needed to pray to remain in the Father’s will, how much more do we need to pray?
    Thursday July 30, 2015 @ 9PM CST…  Tune in for Shout for Victory. 347-237-4648 or www.shoutforvictory.org