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Welcome to the Turning Point podcast series. The NATO Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence recently published a study that points to how cross-border dependencies create additional cyber vulnerabilities when it comes to infrastructure protection.
Today, we have the unique pleasure of speaking with Kadri Kaska, who is a Researcher at NATO Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence, and an author of this paper.
David Wren, owner of Success Mentor will visit Anna's Journey to discuss the opening of the Lexington Business Center... what is it, where is it...
and most importantly who is the perfect person who needs to be a member of the cooperative work space!
Join the fun as we discuss the benefits of being a member of this business center... how it can help you do what you do!
Promote Kakwa Ecovillage Cooperative Harvest Celebration , and discuss the Cooperative
Episode 2: Creative Ways That Busy Women Can Rejuvenate Themselves! Welcome to iWonder – The Sisterhood Cooperative! This is an information warehouse for women of all stripes: lesbians, bi’s, transgenders, and straight. We believe it is essential that all of us support, nurture and encourage each other to be our most authentic selves and live our best lives. And this is NOT a place of exclusion but one of INclusion, embracing all who wish to participate.
Join us today at 11:00 am PST as we talk in depth about Cooperative Capitalism a new business model for CEO Growth Strategies for your emerging Business with Legendary Berny Dohrmann.
Driven by unrelenting optimism, Berny Dohrmann’s reputation as an industry thought-leader and internally acclaimed capital innovator is the result of a life dedicated to promoting a more socially-conscious future. Undergoing the profoundly transformative experience of incarceration, Berny Dohrmann turned the consequences of his experience into opportunities for countless others. Founding CEO Space International more than 20 years ago, Berny has embraced his vision for entrepreneurial collaboration by giving prospective business leaders the tools and education they need to succeed in the future.
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For more info on CEO Space contact the BottomLineShowLIve.com with promocode 1111iamsuccess in the
subject line to receive 10% off at Lillian@TheBottomLineShowLive.com
All shows are recorded and archived and can be accessed by mobile device or computer at www.TheBottomlineShowLive.com
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Winston County Self Help Cooperative will kick-off their rigorous schedule of Saving Rural America Conferences on this Friday, January 15, 2016, with Leake County’s 1st SRAC. This conference will illuminant from True Light Community Center located 91 School Road in Walnut Grove, MS 39189. United States Department of Agriculture, Alcorn State and Mississippi State Extension Service, and community-based organizations will present on how to generate income from your farmland and forestland. If you cannot attend in person, then WCSHC will afford you an opportunity to listen in on the wrap up session by calling 323-580-5735. Please share this link with others and help Leake County’s kick-off their first Saving Rural America Conference with a bang.
Find past and up coming shows at:
WINSTON COUNTY SELF HELP COOPERATIVE
P.O. Box 774
Louisville, MS 39339
“Saving Rural America”
Episode 1 Nurture Vs. Self-Fulfillment Can Women Do and Have It All?
Welcome to iWonder – The Sisterhood Cooperative! This is an information warehouse for women of all stripes: lesbians, bi’s, transgenders, and straight.
Andie Levine is a professional blogger/writer working on publishing her 2nd book of poetry titled, The Thief and other Poems from the Padded Room. Her first published book of poetry is available on amazon.com, titled Playground and other Poems of Child Abuse. It can be found here: http://goo.gl/75Tava . Andie is an energy healer offering her services in person, locally, and long distance via phone and Skype. She is currently writing her autobiography, The Pet Sitter, has her own blog titled, AJ Down the Rabbit Hole, http://ajdowntherabbithole.wordpress.com/, addressing emotional and mental health issues, and is a regular weekly contributing writer for the vegan and health website, Peaceful Dumpling, at http://www.peacefuldumpling.com/
L Kimberly Smith is a professional blogger/writer with a love for all things Media, and marketing. She is in love with crystals, their power and healing properties, and is a coach specializing in change, transformation, and emotional healing. She has freelanced, and written many articles for Island Vibes and Africlectic online magazines, and has had the opportunity to interview artists from all walks of life. She is continually growing and expanding her knowledge of crystal healing work and a coaching business to help women love and embrace radical change.
She and Andie Levine are close friends, biz partners, and spiritual sisters. Both can be found expressing themselves at their iWonder Sisterhood blog http://sisterhoodcooperative.wordpress.com
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~At a time of easily perceived possibilities of chaos arising from either an economic collapse, a power outage, an earth change, or some other social disruption event leading to a shocking life change, it is essential to form a shared cooperative project with neighbors and friends in a strategic geographic sector to prepare and support each other.
We will interview David Burns and Austin Young about their work on the Endless Orchard, which is a sustainable, edible, living public artwork- fruit trees planted and mapped by the public for everyone to share.
It can also be seen as a big community garden cooperative where people work together to plant fruit trees that will nourish community and help make our world a kinder, more connected place one fruit tree at a time.
To find out how you can get involved, please check out their Kickstarter project. To join our conversation please call (347) 850-8907.
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Join Shabaka and Jerry as they discuss black economics and black empowerment for the Melanated family. Tonight's episode will include Black economics, reinvesting in our community, flexing our buying power, and other ways to strengthen the Melanated Nation.
The reason we are focusing on Black economics today is because at some point we seem to have forgotten the importance of working together. From the time Black people arrived in this nation, whether by force or by choice,we knew that our best chance for survival was by working together. Whether it be sharing a garden tool or sharing a small kitchen, blacks knew that combining resources would improve our living conditions; Even when we could not physically fight for freedom we pooled our resources to purchase it for those of us who where up for sale.
So as you can see the Melanated man has always known that our unity is a powerful tool. Let get back to the old ways of our wise forerunners and build a great Black community that is focused on taking care of one another and doing what's right.
You can call in tonight by dialing (917)889-2830 or you can log on here.