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John Vizzi of ColoradoFlatFeeRealty.com explains how Flat Fee MLS Listings work to save sellers thousands and how he also gives back a portion of his commission to buyers. John the industry leader in providing the revolutionary and complete Flat Fee MLS., who will make sure you keep more of your hard earned equity and benefit from the full traditional real estate services you deserve.
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Join host Khi Armand and special guest animistic worker and folk magician David Shi for a discussion on North Asian magical traditions.
Broadcasting the voices of the land and the deceased, host Khi Armand weaves together history, ethnography, and spiritual experience to explore the unique promises and challenges of our time.
Connect with the stories, people, and landscapes that make us human in this unique, interdisciplinary show featuring guests from a wide variety of fields and backgrounds sharing their expertise on topics of biography, history, and places that matter.
Culture worker and spiritworker Khi Armand channels marginalized voices from deep within the recesses of our world toward the resolution and reconciliation that we need now.
This week's guest audio excerpt is from a recent ProcureChange webinar on 'Applying Outsourcing Best Practices to Improve the Performance of your Internal Procurement Group.' In this event, ProcureChange founder Phil Ideson walked through ten best practices, but he focused in depth on three: putting formal statement's of work in place, investing in governance, and working through stakeholder level planning.
Fortunately for the webinar attendees, Ideson's governance is not the starched itchy collar you might be thinking of. It is a highly strategic, actionable part of the procurement program. The full webinar is available on YouTube here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ssFkr3LLti4&feature=youtu.be
On September 30, my guest will be Benjamin Macklowe of Macklowe Gallery. Ben joined the Gallery in 1994, was appointed Managing Director in 2002 and became its President in 2012. Under his leadership Macklowe Gallery has become the world’s most respected dealer of Antique and Estate Jewelry, French Art Nouveau decorative arts and the entire oeuvre of Louis Comfort Tiffany, increasing yearly sales from $4,000,000 in 1995 to over $15,000,000 in 2013. He has brought a client-centered approach to a field that has traditionally viewed the customer merely as an ill-informed source of revenue, and has sought to educate the collecting public through one-on-one interactions, personal appearances and gallery publications. Ben is a sought-after expert in his field and has served as a lecturer for museum groups and scholarly organizations throughout the nation. He has appeared on television to discuss Tiffany lamps with Martha Stewart, lectured on the art glass of Emile Gallé at the Taft Museum of Art and has taught about Art Nouveau jewelry at Christie’s auction house on multiple occasions. University programs in art and design are regular visitors to the gallery, bringing graduate-level students and their professors to hear Mr. Macklowe talk about Art Nouveau and see the gallery’s collection.
Ben is dedicated to upholding the highest integrity in his approach to business, and has established warm and mutually beneficial relationships with his peers in the field. He has helped expand the collections of The Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Dallas Museum and the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, selling important decorative works of art to each.
This week's guest audio excerpt features Rita Gunther McGrath, the author of The End of Competitive Advantage. She was interviewed by CREW Network CEO Gail Ayers before speaking at their 2015 Network Convention and Marketplace.
The whole interview is only 10 minutes long, and covers a number of topics including advanced strategic planning, challenges for female executives in today's competitive climate, and how CEOs can manage their workloads through better priority setting. You can watch it on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LFREurlszMY
In the two minute excerpt I have selected to share, McGrath talks about the opportunities she sees in the marketplace and how leaders and companies can prepare to handle the changes they will usher in. For procurement, the trend that will have the greatest impact is what McGrath calls dematerialization.
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In this week's guest audio, BCG Consulting's Robert Tevelson offers up three ways procurement can drive value for the business. Tevelson has headed up BCG's procurement practice for the last ten years, and prior to that he was a Vice President at A.T. Kearney.
In this two-minute excerpt, we'll hear two lists of three. The first list of three is the trends or forces in the larger business climate that are driving the need for change in procurement. The second list of three is what procurement can do in response to these forces to make the most of the opportunities presented to us.
The full video can be seen on YouTube:
This week's guest audio takes on the topic of collaboration, including why it is becoming more prevalent than it has been in the past. The video this comes from – and which is available on YouTube, was produced by NEC Contracts, a provider of product and service contract frameworks used primarily by the Construction industry in the UK.
The conversation involves Peter Higgins, Chairman of the NEC panel, and Rob Gerrard, Secretary of the NEC Users' Group discussing how natural collaboration is when compared to other approaches.
The full conversation can be viewed here:
Robin Mathews won the Academy Award for Hair & Make up for Dallas Buyers Club 2013. She asked to come on the Brian The Hammer Show to talk about her career and what happened when she landed in Paris when the shooting happened.This is an exclusive in her own words. Riveting, unbelievable, real time accounts. You will only hear it here--- Hammer 96.7. Come in the studio, join the conversation.646-595-3032 Live 7 am pst.
"Re-enserfment of Western Peoples — Paul Craig Roberts"
It is likely that these “partnerships” (TTP) will have unintended consequences. For example, Russia and China are not part of the arrangements, and neither are Iran, Brazil, India, and South Africa, although seperately the Indian government appears to have been purchased by American agribusiness and is in the process of destroying its self-sufficient food production system. These countries will be the repositories for national sovereignty and public control while freedom and democracy are extinguished in the West and the West’s Asian vassals.
Violent revolution throughout the West and the complete elimination of the One Percent is another possible outcome. Once, for example, the French people discover that they have lost all control over their diet to Monsanto and American agribusiness, the members of the French government that delivered France into dietary bondage to toxic foods are likely to be killed in the streets.
Events of this sort are possible throughout the West as peoples discover that they have lost all control over every aspect of their lives and that their only choice is revolution or death.
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"The only way to deal with an unfree world is to become so absolutely free that your very existence is an act of rebellion"...
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