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Kenn Renner is a internationally known speaker, author, investor, and entrepreneur. He has closed over $325 million in real estate sales since 1983. Kenn is the author of five nationally published books, several booklets, news columns and articles. A highly respected entrepreneur, Kenn produced over 700 videos, created and owns the number one ranked Real Estate Video Channel in the world having over 12 million views (kennrenner.tv). Kenn is a nationally known seminar speaker on the subjects of “Goal Setting, Real Estate & video marketing as well as a State of Texas Continuing Education Instructor. He has produced a multitude of educational and motivational programs including seminars, webinars, television shows, several dozen musical compositions including full length music CDs, books, DVDs, video & audio programs. He has been featured several times as a guest expert on HGTV’s House Hunters and has appeared as a co-host on local and nationally syndicated radio shows. Kenn’s book “The Video Quick Start Guide” is a popular e-book that has helped thousands get started in the world of video marketing.
He currently resides in Austin, Texas with his wife Michele and his three children Justin, Christine, and Julia.
In this episode of The Community Reinvestment Show I present a pre-recorded lecture about ways to uplift economically depressed communities that are plagued by poverty and violence. I will also showcase some local Gospel and R&B singers like the Orr Sisters, Necia Sharpley and Kenn Orr. One of the central goals of the community reinvestment show is to shine a light on the performing art talent in the Huntsville and surrounding areas. We are blessed to have gospel talent like the Orr Sisters, Neica Sharpley and Kenn Orr among us. They provide spiritual and relaxing music and have uplifted many lives. We must continue to support our local performing arts as well the performing artists as well.
I love this model: It's called the 7-Step Story Spine created by Kenn Adams. I have written about it many times and have used it for years. I learned this model in improv theater - yes, the stage! The stage is where great storytelling happens that takes us on an emotional journey that we care about. It's just one approach to getting started, and, as you get more experienced and comfortable with the main pieces, you can adapt, extend, add on to this model.
It's a great, simple way to think through narrative structure for any story. The 'once upon time' approach is a universal method that we all recognize and it models not only how great stories move through different elements; it works because that's how our human brains think. In stories!
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You can call into the show at (323) 870-3398 and you can tweet the show @JcFilmz and @ChristianCruz66. Cruz Control with Jonathan and Christian Cruz is LIVE Monday-Friday at 11:00 PM ET here only on MSL Radio.
Joe Renner is a 2015 Republican candidate for District 6 of Fort Wayne, Indiana City Council. Renner hopes to bring a common and fiscal sense policy change to his community once again. Renner is a republican conservative that stads for clean water, human rights, and homeless advocate. Renner is ready to anwser ther tough question from the listeners.
Doug MacRay (Ben Affleck) leads a band of ruthless bank robbers and has no real attachments except for James (Jeremy Renner), who -- despite his dangerous temper -- is like a brother. Everything changes for Doug when James briefly takes a hostage, bank employee Claire Keesey. Learning that she lives in the gang's neighborhood, Doug seeks her out to discover what she knows, and he falls in love. As the romance deepens, he wants out of his criminal life, but that could threaten Claire.
Staff Sgt. William James (Jeremy Renner), Sgt. J.T. Sanborn (Anthony Mackie) and Specialist Owen Eldridge (Brian Geraghty) are members of a bomb-disposal unit in Baghdad. As their tour of duty enters its final weeks, the men face a set of increasingly hazardous situations, any of which could end their lives in an explosive instant.
On Thursday 6th August at 8 pm CT, Karin Smith of Radio Free South Africa, will host the Sonny Thomas Show.
Our guest will be Kenn, host of the Daily Kenn Newshour and avid blogger on DailyKenn.com and we will be discussing the parallels to be found in what is happening in South Africa today, and what has been creeping into the United States with illegal immigration and rising racial tension.
Tell the Truth, Embrace the Consequences.
On Thursday 30th August at 7 pm CT (2 am SA time) out guest will be Kenn of DailyKenn.com.
Kenn is a staunch supporter of the white South African cause and blogs almost daily on the atrocities suffered by these poor folk.
We will discuss the similarities between what is happening in the USA and South Africa and why he got involved in this cause.
On this week’s edition of Scottscope Talk Radio, the roundtable reviews Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation! Could this be Ethan Hunt’s most impossible mission yet? Is the franchise only getting better with each successive entry? Has Christopher McQuarrie succeeded where John Woo supposedly failed? Did he manage to top both Brad Bird and J.J. Abrams? Could Rogue Nation be the best pure action film of the summer? Are spy films undergoing a renaissance this year? Who should be handed the directorial reigns for the IMF’s next cinematic outing? Is Tom Cruise getting too old to play the lead in this series?
The roundtable will also be reviewing Ant-Man! Is the troubled history of the production evident in the final product? Would Marvel Studios be better off right now if they would have let Edgar Wright have his way? Just where does Scott Lang rank among his MCU counterparts? Is he a first stringer, or a bench-warmer? Is the film a pleasant surprise, or is it the first real chink in Marvel’s seemingly impregnable armor? Now that phase II of the Marvel Cinematic Universe has officially come to a close, how does it stack up to phase I?