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This week on Coaches Corner:
Gary Occhino - #1 Bestselling Author, Inventor of the Mind-Technique Synergy, USA Junior Golf Team Coach. Gary coaches the USA Junior Golf Team, The leading authority on Mind-Technique Synergy (MTS).
Jamie Leno Zimron - LPGA Class A Teaching Professional, Speaker, Instructor, Bodyworker, Consultant. Holds several degrees, both in Phycology & Martial Arts.
Matthew Cooke - Golf Coach – Bishop Gates Golf Academy - Located at 26945 Bella Vista Drive
Howey-in-the-Hills, FL 34737
Later I interview: Cynthia Wark – President of Cynwark Corporation.
Here's a little about Cynthia:
Cynthia Wark is the creator of the Personal Golf Fan. As a golfer herself, she knows her performance is better when she can stay cool, comfortable, and focused when playing. This is impossible when the temperature starts to rise. She looked for a remedy for this problem and came up with the Personal Golf Fan. It's high quality and a truly functional fan and one that any golfer could take pride in owning. After four years of working with talented engineers on this project, she is looking forward to offering the PGF to all golfers! "I know you will enjoy your rounds more with the PGF as much as I do! "
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Ernest Lee Thomas (born March 26, 1949) is an American actor. He was born in Gary, Indiana. He is best known for his role as Roger "Raj" Thomas on the 1970s ABC sitcom What's Happening!!, and its 1980s syndicated sequel, What's Happening Now!!, and for his recurring role as Mr. Omar on Everybody Hates Chris.Thomas began his professional acting career as a Broadway actor, appearing in the 1974 revival production of Love for Love and in the 1975 revival of The Member of the Wedding. Both shows starred actress Glenn Close. Shortly after he moved to LA to pursue a career as a TV/film actor. In the fall of 1975 he received a role on an episode of The Jeffersons. It was during the taping of the show that he learned of an audition for the upcoming comedy sitcom What's Happening!!, loosely based on the 1975 film Cooley High. He eventually went on to win the role of Roger "Raj" Thomas on the show, which aired from 1976 to 1979.
During the show's run, Thomas was involved in other acting film and TV projects including Baretta, Roots, The Brady Bunch Hour and the film A Piece of the Action starring Sidney Poitier and Bill Cosby. Though the series rated well, What's Happening!! was cancelled after its third season in the early spring of 1979.
The 2015 NFL Draft is in the rearview mirror, and while another round of post-June 1 free agency remains, for the most part we know who will be playing where in 2015, whether it's veterans like LeSean McCoy (now with the Buffalo Bills) or rookies like Melvin Gordon (who was the San Diego Chargers' first round pick this year).
And with fantasy draft season just around the corner, that means it's time to examine all the offseason moving and shaking and see how it impacts the fantasy value of both those players who changed addresses and those who stayed put.
With that in mind, Fantasy Football Feeding Frenzy hosts Gary Davenport and Walton Spurlin welcome Fantasy Sharks Staff Writer TD Hill, who will help break down the past few months and how they affect the fortunes of fantasy football fanatics everywhere.
So come on in -- the water's FINE!
Over the next few weeks Johnnie and Daniel will be diving into the thoughts and ideas of Pope Frances on leadership. Reporter Gary Hamel with the Harvard Review delivered what Johnnie and Daniel believe to be one of the most progressive articles on the topic of leadership in the 21st century.
The disease of thinking we are immortal, immune, or downright indispensable,[and therefore] neglecting the need for regular check-ups. A leadership team which is not self-critical, which does not keep up with things, which does not seek to be more fit, is a sick body. A simple visit to the cemetery might help us see the names of many people who thought they were immortal, immune, and indispensable! It is the disease of those who turn into lords and masters, who think of themselves as above others and not at their service. It is the pathology of power and comes from a superiority complex, from a narcissism which passionately gazes at its own image and does not see the face of others, especially the weakest and those most in need. The antidote to this plague is humility; to say heartily, “I am merely a servant. I have only done what was my duty.”
Thurs. May 21st Noon CST on Equestrian Legacy Radio's CAMPFIRE CAFE'
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Minister Gary Lee is the overseer of Christ Jesus Discipleship in Jacksonville, FL. Having been delivered from years of drug addiction and a life of crime and incarceration; he accepted Christ in 2005 and has been active in ministry since 2008. In 2011 he met his wife Minister Janay Lee and they served together in ministry until God called them to start their own ministry in 2013. Shortly after, their ministry was joined by Ministers Antwon and Racshelle Blair among others and has grown and been used greatly in the realms of teaching sound doctrine and outreach to the local streets of Jacksonville.
According to the foreword of Gary Magenta's book, The Unbossy Boss: 12 Powerful Questions to Make You A Better Manager, "good managers listen, but great managers ask questions." These are the wise words of Gary Magenta's boss, CEO of Root Inc, Jim Haudan. Magenta himself adds that "great managers think of themselves as CEOs—Chief Engagement Officers. We've got a management crisis right now, and we've also got an engagement crisis. Could the two be linked? Tune in for the next installment of IT Life Radio, Wednesday May 20th at 3PM ET to find out.
Spoiler alert: I think they are related. And I think Magenta's book shows why.
Magenta says in the opening to his book: "A dictionary defines 'manager' as 'one who handles, controls, or directs.' I've never wanted to be handled, controlled, or directed. Have you? These words are about telling people what to do…the outdated style of 'yelling and telling.'" Magenta has a different plan.
What is it? Well, I'll let him tell you. Tune in to the show to learn:
A much better way to manage people
What a real manager does to make sure he engages people and serves the strategy of the company
How to use questions to be a better manager
Gary Magenta is a Senior Vice President of Root Inc., a consulting company that helps organizations execute their strategy through people. Magenta is the author of The Un-Bossy Boss. He is a frequent speaker at client events, industry conferences, and business strategy and human resources seminars. He has been recognized with a Stevie American Business Award for Executive of the Year. Gary is a Google fanatic and an unapologetic reality show junkie.
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