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Chris Carley - Whats Success!
Chris Carley talking about her journey to success hosted by Peter Mingils on Building Fortunes Radio!
The Millionaire Within Us.by Chris Carley: An example of what’s possible when you have vision!
In one of her blog posted..... "It’s very easy to become negative, feel frustrated and give up on our dreams.....
If you keep in the forefront of your mind that hundreds of thousands of people have achieved their financial, health and personal goals, you’ve got to know that they aren’t smarter, luckier or work harder than you, THEY JUST KNOW MORE. All you have to do to Realize your Dreams is obtain the knowledge. Copy Success."
43rd Episode of sheer metal intensity! Featuring Caustic Method (who just release their new album from Pavement Entertainment); also thrash masters Speedbreaker and Resistance, Ircus Witch, Crown of Earth. In addition, Johnny Morbid's music! Generichrist; Crimson Shadows; Grave Siesta! Then some creative surprises from Torn Flesh Records and Hovf and Isenblast for a lead of Black Metal!
On this show, Jeff looks at some of the things you should be doing to hire creative people into your firm.
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About this episode: Note: First 4 minutes are blank, blog talk radio was having connectivity issues! Today I'll be talking about the start of our wedding planning process and how it's been effected by not having parents. I'll also be talking about same-sex marriage and how this adds an additional hurdle.
About this show: I lost both parents to cancer at 22 and 27. Let’s talk about stuff that’s hard, ways you can move forward in your life and how to get back to a happier place. My intention is to connect those of us who have lost our mothers, our fathers or both parents, at any age, through the arts, life experiments, looking inward and turning pain into something positive.
Contact me: http://losingyourparents.org/contact
Episode 45 Straight Talk With Stan Maclin: Corporate Power & Police Solutions with Michael Snell-Fik
Join us for this episode of Straight Talk with Stan Maclin. Based out of Harrisonburg, VA, Stan provides up to date commentary, thought, and inspiration on today's current events, pop culture, and spirituality for today's complicated world.
A live, interactive talk-radio show featuring internationally famous psychic author and television and radio host Joyce Keller. This show addresses metaphysical and spiritual subjects, including: astrology, numerology, angels, spirit guides, masters, past lives, meditation, channeling, mediumship and upcoming planetary changes.
For more information, please visit Joyce's web site: www.joycekeller.com.
Join Dave, The Caregiver's Caregiver Radio Program, as he interviews former caregiver Janice Lynch Schuster, an essayist, poet, and--lately--an illustrator. Her writing often appears in The Washington Post, in the Health section and in Local Opinions. She is a contributor to The Shriver Report and Maria Shriver's Architects of Change.
For many years, she focused on writing about end-of-life care, aging, and family caregiving, and has been an advocate for improving systems and policies around each issue. More recently, a chronic pain condition has led her to advocate for better pain management and policies.
She is a coauthor of several books, including Handbook for Mortals: Guidance for People Facing the End of Life, from Oxford University Press. She now works as a writer for Magellan Health.
The horrors of failed marriage can haunt even the strongest woman. Muslim women are more vulnerable to failed marriage blues. We have many more limitations on us. This is my personal story of marriage, race, relationship and divorce. Hold on tight it can be a bumpy ride! Take 30 minutes out of your day to hear a woman's story.
Learn how to:Enhance brain health by feeding the brain properly Prevent brain starvation–something that neuroscientists have begun seeing in Alzheimer’s patients. Preserve mental functionSuppress hunger – it is really your brain, not your belly that is hungry Convert “sticky” fat cells (that hold on to fat and don’t release it) back into the temporary storers of fat that they were evolutionarily designed to be Regulate insulin and glucose metabolism properly for both optimal weight management and brain health Understand not only how many calories, but also what types of calories are brain friendly and will help you to lose weight and maintain the loss Then make sure you tune in this Wednesday at noon Pacific/3pm Eastern as I chat with Dr. Larry McCleary about this as so much more when it comes to feeding your brain to lose your belly.
Larry McCleary, M.D., was Acting Chief of Pediatric Neurosurgery at Denver Children’s Hospital. He was first in his class at medical school at the State University of New York–Buffalo, did his surgical internship at the University of Minnesota, and completed his residency in neurosurgery at New York University/Bellevue Medical Center. Dr. McCleary’s other books include The Brain Trust Program: A Scientifically Based Three-Part Plan to Improve Memory, Elevate Mood, Enhance Attention, Alleviate Migraine & Menopausal Symptoms and Boost Mental Energy and Bald Is Beautiful: The Shining Stars Foundation Guide for Living with Childhood Cancer, which can be ordered online at www.ShiningStarsFoundation.org. Dr. McCleary holds several patents for nutritional supplements and is the medical director for the Shining Stars Foundation, a nonprofit organization located in Colorado that provides programs for children with cancer and other life-threatening diseases.
Welcome to Gems of Wisdom Radio with Teresa Maron and Lauren Santerre!
The stories of Brigid’s Place, a Soul Sanctuary for Women, inspire the hearts, minds, and lives of women through art, charity and community.
Our Guest today is Elizabeth Pudwill, who is celebrating 3 years of mastering the art of collaboration. I Know Somebody Houston is a group dedicated to making sure no one is ever trying to do this alone. Her online community is over 4000 strong, and her monthly meetings feature inspiration and information, but also an opportunity to ask, "Who do you know?" Tune In to hear about her vision for the future.
We feature women in the arts who nurture Creative and Abundant Living for all religions, communities and forms of spirituality.
Almost anyone who has gone through an annual review knows they can be a pain. If you're lucky, you've got a good relationship with your boss and you get a raise and maybe a couple of tips for a better performance. If you're really lucky your annual review isn't a surprise, because you talk regularly with your manager and get good feedback.
But what happens if you don't have that relationship? One review every year is like asking someone to drive a car on a highway and they only get to look out the windshield every 10 minutes. Business changes every day. Our responsibilities and priorities change every day. Why should we only get feedback once per year?
BetterWorks Co-Founder and CEO Kris Duggan thinks there is a better way. We should treat feedback as a daily, low investment, high frequency endeavor. Instead of slaving away for days on one annual review, we should rely on current technology to do small course correcting feedback every day. Duggan will stop by to talk about a better way for managers and employees alike that will make everyone happier and more productive. Learn how to:
Reshape the way you give feedback
Treat feedback like a Fitbit
Get more out of employees and be a better a manager
Kris Duggan is the CEO and Co-Founder of BetterWorks, an enterprise goals platform trusted by high performing companies to engage, empower and cross-functionally align their work forces. Prior to BetterWorks, Kris was the founding CEO of Badgeville which provides gamification and social engagement solutions to help companies measure and influence behavior. He has a master's degree in business administration from University of California, Irvine. He received a patent for customizable rewards systems in 2011 and wrote and published "Business Gamification for Dummies" in 2013. He currently resides in Palo Alto with his wife and two sons.