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JuneTeenth is about the lives of people from the mother land, Africa who became Americans, not by immigration by by trade and thievery. Africa, the documented earliest home to all mankind. Africa, the land of over 800 languages and 5 major types of people. Negroids, Pygmpoids, Bushmanoids, Caucasoids and Mongoloids. It was in Africa where the salve trade was established. It was on the coast of West Africa in the mid 1400's by the Portuguese. It is said the first Africans were captivies in their home lands and were traded for goods to people who came in ships from other countries. The trade of Africans for goods would become the thievery of Africans and this would go on 1400's to mid 1800's and would become known as the slave trade. Africans were taken into other countries and used as slaves. It is estimated that at it's peak africans were being stolen from West Africa at an average of 100,000 to 130,000 a year. Most of these Africans were brought to America. Before I explain the timeline of Juneteenth, please take time and listen to my 2013 JuneTeenth show. And I'll talk to you on this show about the slave revolt in America which was the beginning of freedom of the once African slaves. Rebellion to Revolution
Our guests this morning are Bree Goldwater of BOX Human Landscapers;, Cindi McMasters of Chef’d; and Barry Fisher of GROW.
Cyndi McMaster was the Business Development Director for Renaissance Fine Marble & Granite Works and recently embarked on her next business venture in her role overseeing Business & Client Development for Chef'd, a South Bay-based business launching this summer that will offer customers from across the country the ability to order meals to be cooked at their home.
She is currently the Ambassador Chair and sits on the Chamber's Board of Directors.
Barry Fisher is the founder of GROW, a fresh market located in Manhattan Beach. In addition, he owns M&B Produce, a fresh produce export firm. Barry graduated from UC Davis in 1991, majoring in East Asian Studies.
In spite of these challenges, GROW has thrived and become an integral part of the community.
Bree Goldwater was raised in the Seattle suburb of Des Moines, WA. After graduating high school, she was accepted to The Fashion Institute of Technology in New York City where she spent a year and a half with some of today’s top fashion designers before deciding to take a job aboard a Japanese fishing vessel gutting salmon 14-hours a day off the coast of Alaska.
This morning, Barry, Bree & Cyndi are going to discuss their innovative business ideas and the challenges they faced to get their now thriving concerns off the ground.
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Join Nika Annon (www.nikaannon.com) as she interviews, FELDENKRAIS Professional Trainer, Alan S. Questel.
Alan is known for his clarity, creativity and down to earth style of teaching while bringing a depth of understanding, humor and a gentle human perspective to learning the Method. Trained by Dr. Feldenkrais, he teaches in Feldenkrais Professional Training Programs in the USA, Australia, Europe, Japan and South America. He is the author of Creating Creativity and creator of Pregnant Pauses – Movement for Moms as well as numerous Feldenkrais-Awareness Through Movement CD sets for the public. His current trainings are in Malmo, Sweden; Cali, Colombia and in Santa Fe, NM. To learn more about Alan and his work, visit www.uncommonsensing.com/
When you mention "revenue", most people automatically assume it just means make more money for the company and profits. Then they set out and try to drum up new business thinking more new business equals profitability. But revenue generation goes much deeper than just bring customers in the door. There is a fair amount of strategic planning and understanding your customers, what you offer, and how you offer it before you bring in so much as a dime. In fact you can generate lots of revenue and never be profitable if you don't understand the process
Today's show will focus on strategies to help you bring in a better revenue flow and stop chasing the low hanging fruit to make a meager sale. Listen to these strategies and compare against what you're currently doing, and see areas you could be more profitable.
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This is the podcast you've longed for!
Listen in for perspective and analysis of unfolding world events and the overall changes taking place in society that will help you clarify uncertainty as well as help you grow personally.
Co-hosts Carole Gold and Steve Clark bring a wealth of personal aand professional experience which makes for thought-provoking conversation. Their diverse backgrounds provide a rich persepctive on life's challenges and the many ways we can aproach rising above them.
Carole Gold is a former Attorney, Certified Mediator, Life Coach, Author and lifelong intuitive. She is a mother with a daughter serving in the IDF.
Steve Clark is a former Marine Corps Infantry Officer and Bond Trader who currently works in the technology field in lead generation. Steve is a father with 6 daughters.
Our only agenda is to empower you to be the autonomus, creative, joyful and successful individual you were meant to be.
Its all about energy and is rightful use. We call it "rightuseness." When we each approach challenges with the intention to resolve them in the highest good for all concerned, we use energy the way in which... and for the purpose... it was designed.
No one has all the answers but each of us has a piece of the answer. When we come together, sharing ideas and co-creating solutions we change the world.
Join us and call in to bring your part to this exciting conversation!
Carole and Steve
Jay V Mail is a podcast that answers a listener question each and every episode! The show has a rich yet sordid history dating back to 2005, when Jay V started his first ever podcast. It was simply titled Jay V Mail and had a simple format: answering listener-submitted questions. The show went on for three seasons and had over five entire guest- and co-hosts, though one was virtual. Since late 2005, the show is regularly hosted by Jay V and Brady. Listeners can submit questions to the show at jayvmail.com/ask, on Twitter @JayVMail, or by leaving a voicemail at (412) 540-JAYV.
Jay V Mail airs Monday-Friday at 11 AM ET as part of the VOC Nation Radio Network. Follow the VOC Nation on Twitter @vocnation.
Depew, NY – It’s been said the only guarantees in life are death and taxes, and each April you can guarantee anyone writing a check to the U.S. Treasury is not happy about it. We dread paying our taxes, but that dread prevents us from being proactive about them.
Rosemarie Steeb is a CPA and founder of Rosemarie Steeb Tax Services, specializing in income tax preparation services for individuals, trusts, public charities and private foundations. For over 30 years, Steeb has brought her exceptional grasp of the complex issues associated with tax compliance, educating her clients in overlooked deductions to help reduce their obligation.
“I take a no-stone-left-unturned approach to accounting,” says Rosemarie. “There are so many deductions individuals can be taking advantage within the purview of the law; they’re simply not widely publicized.”
Whether it’s retirement saving credits, deductions for volunteer activity, non-cash contributions like the Salvation Army or Good Will, even education credits, Rosemarie says clients are often surprised by how many deductions they’re eligible for. They can even amend their last three years of tax returns to reflect these overlooked deductions.
Though she acknowledges people rely on their accountants a great deal, Rosemarie actually prefers that her clients be educated and aware. She says she’s most passionate about her work with non-profit organizations, educating them on all the facets of compliance so they can continue to receive funding and do great work.
“There’s no reason the complexity of the rules should prevent these organizations from delivering critical services to our community," says Rosemarie. "When I could see that I was giving back to my community by helping these organizations achieve their missions, it became my mission.”
Our Guest Host today will be Captain Bob Kunath. This very knowledgeable Looper will tell us about the ups and downs of cruising Lake Michigan and all of the best places to stop. With water levels reaching more normal depths, after last year's extremely low levels, there are many things to consider when approaching this always intersting body of water!
Who catches your eye? What turns you on? From the girl next door, to the boy down the block, we're all talk! Your host "Just Jill" will have you thinking differently before the show is over. Also enjoy "Sabrina & Company" on Free-For-All-Fridays. When will you take the mic?
God is the Issue, a book by Bill Bright will be discussed. We can't make others do what we want. When we were in the world nobody could tell us anything. I think our goal is to reframe the issues of our day- drugs, crime, abortion... If we as Christians can put Jesus back in some places, we can prolong our days.
Todays speakers are:
Stephanie Le Melle MD – Co-Director of Public Psychiatry Education at NYSPI
Sidney Hankerson MD- Research Scientist at NYSPI. Dr. Hankerson is studying the synergy of mental health and religious institutions.
The focus of their talk:
What factors contribute to African Americans having the lowest rates of mental health treatment in the country?
How does someone know when they or someone they love is clinically depressed?
Why did you decide to partner with churches to conduct research on depression?
What role does the criminal justice system play in providing mental health care for African Americans?
For more information on mental health services within the African-American community, please contact the Black Psychiatrists of Greater NewYork at http://www.bpgny.org/index.html
Harlem NAMI- NAMI.org
National Council for Behavioral Health- thenationalcouncil.org
To listen to any of our previous episodes on assorted topics such as child and adolescent mental health, eating disorders, and substance abuse, please go to blogtalkradio.com/columbiapsychiatrynyspi
Before his process Moses may have been very prideful due to God giving him such a great assignment in the earth. To lead the nation of Israel. Can you image how you may have felt in that situation. Well we must remember that Moses was human as we are. But after those years. We find him coming off the wheel. Out of the hands of the Potter, he is said to be very meek, above all the men. God as was able to stand by him then. God could not stand by Moses when he stood up in a spirit of pride, arrogance, self-assertiveness. God had to let that work itself out to its inevitable consequence. ( the process of the wheel) God is in the authenticating of His servants. But when Moses, as the meekest of men, the broken, humble, selfless man, was challenged by others to his office. Moses did not stand up for his position to preserve it. If the Lord had made me His prophet, let Him show it. We can all learn from Moses.
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