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    Families Mean Business

    in Business

    Family businesses are the backbone of many world economies. In the US, family businesses employ nearly 63% of the workforce and contribute 57% of GDP. They are also responsible for nearly 78% of new job creation. It is highly likely that many people listening may be part of a family business or will be working for a family enterprise of some description. There are some good reasons why they contribute so much and that creates special conditions, challenges and characteristics which makes mediation very effective in ensuring the ‘specialness’ is not consumed by disputes. In this program, Amanda Bucklow will discuss what that specialness is, how to identify the early warning signs for emerging problems and what you can do about them, wherever you are in the ‘business’.


    Amanda Bucklow has been in full-time practice as a commercial mediator since 1995 and has specialised in negotiation and conflict resolution for most of her working life. She has worked in three family businesses including her own. Amanda is also an educator and entrepreneur - those two roles mean that she is constantly pushing the boundaries on how mediators are taught their skills so that they are able to practice in the real world as a ‘safe pair of hands’. Her active practice as a mediator feeds the development of her teaching and vice versa.

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    The Collector Connection - Avengers Age Of Ultron

    in Pop Culture

    Toy News International Presents The Collector Connection. Join ShartimusPrime, Pixel Dan, Sean Long & Producer JayC as they talk about this summer's blockbuster movie Avengers: Age Of Ultron. *SPOILERS*

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    Your Place: Love Connection Bible Study

    in Christianity

    Your Place Love Connection: Tuesday 7 to 8 Pm


    Your Place of Prayer, Love, Acceptance, Compassion, Empowerment


            Host/Instructor: Dr. Susie


    June Instructor: Dr. Susie" Has God, Is God, Can God redeem your story?" . . . Is the lesson for the month of June.


    Not sure where you are in your life today? Do you have a story that tells of how God redeemed you…then share! Do you have a story of how God is in the midst of redeeming you and you want to share and shout about it? Or are you at the point in your life where you want to know if…God can redeem your story? Come and listen this month as we talk about the story of Joseph, Esther and others.


    Every Tuesday Night from 7 to 8pm ET 646.478.4932 


    June 2, 2015 … The story of Joseph… Genesis 37:1–50:26…Eric Jefferson


    June 9, 2015 … The story of the Women at the Well   


    June 16, 2015…The story of David…1Sam 17: 1-58  Nooks


    June 23, 2015…The story of Rahab … Joshua 2:1–24; 6:17, 22–25


    June 30, 2015…The story of Esther… Esther1:1–2:18


    Lucado, Max (2013-09-10). You'll Get Through This: Hope and Help for Your Turbulent Times. Thomas Nelson. Kindle Edition.


     

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    Two Skills You Want To Get Better And Better At - Daily Dose of Motivation

    in Motivation

    Today, Skip La Cour talks about two skills you want to get better and better at: Thinking Big and Reverse-Engineering Your Life


    Join Skip La Cour on Periscope for live Question and Answer Sessions at: skiplacour


    Interested in one-on-one coaching? Email Skip La Cour at skip@manformation.com.


    Skip La Cour a coach, speaker, and business owner. He helps ambitious men understand and execute step-by-step action plans and effective leadership and influence strategies to reach their goals in life with more clarity and confidence. Skip specializes in guiding men who are getting a little older and know they have far more potential than the results they've been able to produced in life so far. He helps them realize that "It's Not Too Late To Be Great!"


    Visit the MANformation.com website at www.MANformation.com. * Get the free course at www.MANformation.com/free.

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    Retail's Lost Future: Manhattan Taxes, Rents, Requirements and the Internet

    in Business

    On June 3, my guests will be Nancy Ploeger, president of the Manhattan Chamber of Commerce, and Robert S. Schwartz, C. Ped, president and CEO of Eneslow Pedorthic Enterprises, Inc, which operates Eneslow, The Foot Comfort Center, Eneslow Pedorthic Institute (EPI) and www.eneslow.com.  We will be discussing the future of retail in Manhattan in light of Borough taxes, rents and requirements, as well as the impact of the Internet.


    Eneslow, which was founded in 1909, has provided over 100,000 pairs of free shoes for the needy.  EPI, which opened in 1995 as an educational institute, offers courses on conservative foot care, foot health and overall wellbeing.  Additionally, it conducts events on the art and science of pedorthics and how it relates to improving people's lives. Eneslow trains third year podiatry students at the New York College of Podiatric Medicine, where Robert serves as an adjuct instructor in the department of Orthopedic Sciences. In 2009 Eneslow was named "Retailer of the Year" by the Manhattan Chamber of Commerce.  The following year Robert was named "Corporate Hero" by the New York Chapter of the Arthritis Foundation and in 2012 he was recognized by Tender Care Human Services for his generosity. We will be discussing Customer Retention.

  • The Conscious Rasta Report with Keidi Awadu

    in Culture

    Our daily news, research and educational programming incorporates cutting-edge research with deep background to current news stories as well as practical insights on how to make progress a regular part of our lives.  We cover culture, history, education, economics, business development, health and disease prevention, along with a broad spectrum of other human endeavors.  Our aim is to create a peaceful, prosperous and sustainable society wherein all of our children can live toward their greatest potential. 


    Learn more at www.LIBRadio.com / Archive recordings at www.LIBRadio.com/7MAC


    We are live daily from 8 AM PDT / 11 AM EDT / 4 PM GMT / 6 PM EAT.  You can go to www.LIBRadio.com for a number of viewing and listening options.  Extensive archives of our previous broadcasts are available for instant download at the site as well.  Your support is our means of keeping this valuable news research outlet functioning.  We appreciate that YOU appreciate Culturally Conscious Communications.

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    Fun with Gregory Readings

    in Spirituality

    Come Join Gregory and Me for a relaxed fun time of readings and connection.  Lets see what message they continuum wants to share to enlighten and enliven our existance.

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    STAND FOR BIBLICAL PRINCIPLES

    in Religion

    Never compromise when it is a matter of biblical right or wrong.The apostle paul encouraged believers not to juge someone on issues such as what to wear, what to eat, or howthey practiced their Sabbath; but he was vehement on issues of truth . He face conflict to defend matters of grace to people who were very attached to the lawFirst paul was passionate about what he believed and was willing to stand his ground in support of it.Paul didn"t go to Jerusalem because he loved to travel. Paul was on a mission.

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    The Politics of Faith with Rodney Sadler

    in Politics Progressive

    Dr. Diana Swancutt is a professor of religion and history, a cultural commentator, and a human rights activist. Her current work focuses on domestic poverty elimination, economics, and civil rights.Her work includes research on emergent Christianity under the Roman Empire and the impact of imperialism, ethnic identity, enslavement, and economic relations on early Christian identity formation, especially in the Jesus Movement and Pauline communities. As a cultural commentator and human rights activist, she is interested in the power and use of the Bible in the present, in religious communities, in politics, and in the wider culture.


    Dr. Swancutt is a graduate of Duke Divinity School (M. Div.), Duke University Graduate Program of Religion (Ph.D. NT and Christian Origins), has taught at at Yale University School of Divinity, at Boston University and is currently the President and Executive Director of The Poverty Consortium, Inc.


    The Poverty Consortium, is a nationwide network of scholars of religion, religious leaders, and activists working collaboratively to eliminate poverty and related civil inequities, in their multiple dimensions, domestically. Consortium members do top-flight research on poverty and economics in relation to religion, producing knowledge that will effect poverty alleviation and equity.  The Consortium also wishes to increase their “public voice,” to shift public understanding and practices; to work with everyone, especially peoples of faith across the political spectrum, to encourage material transformation, for civil rights and justice, for those in poverty.