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On their inaugural episode of American Dream Launcher Radio, Steve Gordon and Dana Reeves share why they have joined forces and what they are doing to help entrepreneurs solve their most pressing and painful business problems.
Steve, founder of American Dream Launcher, is a successful entrepreneur twenty-five years in the making. He started his first business with an old Dodge pickup truck, $125 and a dream of building a better future for his family. Steve's biggest challenge? He had no idea where to begin. It wasn't easy, but he figured out along the way how to build and grow a profitable business, and sold his company in 2013. Steve's focus has since shifted to helping other entrepreneurs achieve their dreams. His refreshingly straightforward approach to business is reflected in his real-life accounts of the ups and downs of his life as an entrepreneur.
Dana, American Dream Launcher's director of marketing, started her career twenty-five years ago in the building design and construction industry and, after a decade, took a sharp right turn into the dot-com and startup arena. She knew then that she had found her true professional home. Dana's avant-garde approach to marketing helps entrepreneurs stop spinning their wheels and do the work it takes to connect with their customers, build their brand, and grow their business.
With one in four Americans upside down in their homes the American Dream has become inverted. 10.8 million people will consider walking out of their homes and starting over. What is involved in making this choice and how does it square with middle class morality or even religion?
On this week's show, we examine the American Dream, what it means and whose dream it actually is... And we discuss how often and for whom this dream becomes reality...
Remember, the 'Let's Change the WORLD' Weekly Talk Radio Show is your opportunity to let your voice be heard, so bring your ideas, opinions and your passion. Just click this link to listen or dial (818) 739-8909 to listen by phone, from anywhere. Dial 1 to join our on air discussion.
This show will be educational, enlightening and is likely to get a little heated. Don't miss it!
This Sunday, June 7th, at 7:00 PM, E.S.T.
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It’s amazing to see people of our community, country, give back to their fellow citizens. Oladipo Olafunmiloye who is also known as Lafa is one man who deserves more than this recognition. Oladipo is a well known in the business of remodeling and construction. He has been successful in his lane and has decided to give back to his community. At his Gambrills Mansion, Oladipo has hosted small numbers of friends, family, employees and spent time at least two Saturday’s each month, feeding the needy. Oladipo has taken it further, he recently had an exclusive viewing for a project he was working on. A program that helps families in the no income to low income bracket.
We were quite privileged to witness the great things that Oladipo has been set in this world to do. As we approached the Gambrills Mansion, we were directed and ushered in an orderly manner, given a small goodie bag & the opportunity to enjoy such a beautiful house.
His project, “This Is Your American Dream™” is a reality-based television series that promotes volunteerism and provides free and clear homes to economically disadvantaged families and/or families who have loved ones with life-threatening illnesses or disabilities. The program focuses on those families/individuals that have never had a chance to own their own piece of “The American Dream”, perhaps as a result of their circumstances such as Breast Cancer, Autism, HIV /AIDS, Multiple Sclerosis, wounded veteran, homelessness etc.
Is America lost? Where we going? How did we get where we are? Why do we not hear a vision for America anymore? Today, your host, Bob Kirkconnell, Author of American Heart of Darkness, will explore these critical issues. In your host's lifetime a vision for America seemed to die along with the transformational leaders assassinated in the '60s. We will discuss:
What was the American Dream at the time of the American Revolution?
What is it now, or do we even have one?
Where are we going?
Any nation or organization for that matter has to have a vision of what it is trying to accomplish. Go into any hospital and you are likely to see it on the wall. Many schools and businesses do the same. When is the last time you saw a vision, or dream, for America? We need to talk!!
Tough Talk Christian Radio with Host Tony Gambone with Special Guest Darla Noble and David Lee Windecher:
Darla Noble is a Christian author/ghostwriter and speaker with over 25 years of experience in the Christian market as well as nearly 30 years of service in youth/family ministry.
Darla's weekly parenting blog, Because Momma D Says (www.mommadsays.blogspot.com) can be heard on Daybreak USA with Angie Austin each Wednesday morning and is expanding to other radio stations in early 2106.
Darla and her husband of thirty-five years have four children, five grandchildren, and enjoy spending time outdoors and traveling.
David Lee Windecher was raised impoverished in the gang-infested streets of Miami. David was first arrested at age eleven. What started as desperate measures to feed his family of six turned into a criminal lifestyle racked with vice and violence. Over the following eight years, Windecher joined a gang, sold dope, built and masterminded a crime ring and was arrested 13 times.
David Lee Windecher beat the self-imposed negative cycle of street life through an unwavering faith in God and sheer commitment to be better. He vanquished self-doubt and conquered his deep fears of fitting in at school to pursue an education. David fought tirelessly to beat the system holding him down. He overcame seemingly insurmountable obstacles to achieve his dream and change his fate
Dusty Rhodes Tribute Episode: Rest in Peace American Dream
REQUIEM FOR THE AMERICAN DREAM is the definitive discourse with Noam Chomsky, widely regarded as the most important intellectual alive, on the defining characteristic of our time – the deliberate concentration of wealth and power in the hands of a select few.
Through interviews filmed over four years, Chomsky unpacks the principles that have brought us to the crossroads of historically unprecedented inequality – tracing a half-century of policies designed to favor the most wealthy at the expense of the majority – while also looking back on his own life of activism and political participation.
Profoundly personal and thought provoking, Chomsky provides penetrating insight into what may well be the lasting legacy of our time – the death of the middle class, and swan song of functioning democracy. A potent reminder that power ultimately rests in the hands of the governed, REQUIEM is required viewing for all who maintain hope in a shared stake in the future.
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