SORT BY Relevancy
Show title was Freedom via Canvas, not sure why but I changed it. Update:right now this episode is not available. it is in editing. please enjoy this lovely song though via Bob Ross Everyone Likes Bob. Nothing cooler than watching a painting that looks like crap turn into a master piece. Make sure you check out Bob Ross in rap mode below #BobsABos Time to paint Happy anarchy trees!
I'll get the old profile back soon, and this wont happen again. Brooke's profile was commandeered for the greater good of the public. She resisted. a few seconds ago · Like
The Business Forum Show with Kevin Hunter and David Ford, broadcasting from the Minneapolis Convention Center.
Our first guest is Bob Niemann from Niemann Painting. Niemann Painting was established in 1989. After serving in the United States Air Force both stateside and abroad, Bob returned home to work in the construction field. Over the last 20 years, he's done everything from footings and foundations, all the way to fine finishes. If an effort toe provide the best quality craftmanship, Bob Niemann has focused on industry leading painting applications and techniques. Niemann Painting now offers epoxy floors for commercial and residential settings, and can include custom graphics, logos, or inlays. Niemann Painting was part of the well known TV show "Extreme Home Make-overs." Find more information at http://www.niemannpainting.com/
In the second half, David O'Brien from Hidden Fence of Minnesota joins us to talk about their family owned business.The experienced team at Hidden Fence of Minnesota will help you to acheive the safety and pleasure associated with a hidden dog fence done right. They use great quality wire and connectors, high quality components and pride themselves on doing great work for less money than their competitors. Bruce Peterson and Hidden Fence of Minnesota provide safe and affordable pet fencing to the Twin Cities, Minneapolis - Saint Paul area. This company is a local, family owned company with 18+ years experience in this field. Whether you want a new pet fence installed or service on another brand of electronic dog fencing system by an independent contractor, Hidden Fence of Minnesota is a great choice!
A lot of things don’t mix with business. These include personal issues and spirituality. But a certain man has definitely broken the general rule and is now enjoying personal and spiritual growth while building businesses that showcase his passion, determination, and love. He is Rizwan Virk. Rizwarn Virk is someone who has big dreams for himself. When he was 23 years old, he had already built his own tech company, which grew to leaps and bounds and made him earn his first million. Later, it became so massive that he started earning multi-millions of dollars every year. His brilliance in technology, which he was able to develop when he graduated in computer science from no less than the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Graduate School of Business for his master’s in business management, allowed him to build more companies like Gameview Studios, Brainstorm Technologies, and CambridgeDocs. He’s also one of the co-founders of a popular mobile device app called Tap Fish, which has been downloaded over 30 million times ever since it was launched. Read Full Story...
Listen in to Zen talk to to poet Donna Snyder. Due to unforseen cirucmstances, the show had to be rescheduled. Listen to Donna talk about life, love and mental health issues. Tune it, turn on, and maybe, if you are not careful, you might just learn something.
Join artist and marketing expert Leslie Saeta as she highlights ways to sell your art on-line. On today’s show Leslie is joined by AHA September co-host and artist Crystal Cook. Join Leslie and Crystal as they discuss painting commissions and how you can boost your art career if they are done right!
Click here to see the art featured by over 400 artists in the 30 Paintings in 30 Days September Challenge.
in Self Help
"Zen in the Art of Archery" is a well-known and oft read book in the spiritual field. It was written back in the 1950's by a European man who found himself living in Japan. He aspired to learn about the practice of Zen, but found it difficult to find a master who was willing to take on a Westerner. After much persistence, he convinced a Zen archery master to take him on as an apprentice, and what he learned about this mysterious philosophy is found in this slim little book. There was no sitting on mountaintops meditating, no ashrams; just a man with a bow and arrow who struggled to understand how archery could change his life!
Join Host Live Chats
- Amy Peikoff (10 chatters)
- Southern Sense Is Conservative (8 chatters)
- Psychic Choice Radio (7 chatters)
- Trish Hennessey (7 chatters)
- WC Always On Watch (4 chatters)
- acmedia (4 chatters)
- Divine Goddess Radio (3 chatters)
- Earth Angels Radio (2 chatters)
- Sharon Ann Wikoff (2 chatters)
- simonapple04 (1 chatters)
- The Dr Heckle Show with Matt Black (1 chatters)
- businessnegotiators1 (1 chatters)
- JarmstrongJ (0 chatters)