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Ben Harris of Sharp Creative joins host Kevin Hunter on The Business Forum Show. Ben has created a graphics company that does more than just create a logo. They ask questions and do their homework.
For more information about Sharp Creative, please visit http://www.sharpcreative.net/
Sharp Creative specializes in brand identity and graphic design for small business.
We have developed and copyrighted tools to help you discover and profile your best customers, then put that knowledge to use with creative and effective marketing solutions.
Our marketing solutions combine a potent mix of research, strategy and implementation that are designed to work within the budgets of small businesses. The result of our effort is a custom-designed brand identity that connects with your audience, strengthens existing customer relationships and presents your business consistently and professionally across all marketing channels.
Tonight, I'll give you some more of my own analysis on the recent news of the outrageous story of a major Supermarket in Britain getting rid of its Kosher food to appease the anti-Semitic protestors right outside who were demonstrationing against Israel, as well as more analysis about Israel. I shall discuss more about the causes of the irraitonal hatred of Israel and how anti-Semitism got to survive so long, as well as attempts by different groups throughout history to undermine Hashem's covenant with Bnai Yisrael.
One of the toughest things about spirituality is integrating into your everyday life. Through these episodes we hope to show you how to live a more integrated life. Each week we'll have topical discussion on varios aspects of spirituality and how to apply those concepts to everyday life. We'll also have guests, meditations, and whatever else we decide to dive into. This is no fluff spirituality. We also want to hear from you. Call in and be part of the discussion. One of the most powerful ways to integrate you spiritual life is to join in the conversation. You can call in with questions or join the live chat!
If you have topic suggestions, or have comments on the show you can email them to: Michael@michaelbrazell.com
Members of a Better World is a group of State Sanctioned Community Development Advocates committed to enabling communities in need to a greater self sustanence. We are focused on the area of training, employment services, food cooperatives, social care for single parents, the elderly, disabled children services and youth mentoring. These services are essential for equiping communities for self sufficiency and improving the quality of life. MBW services are geared toward reconstructing and rebuilding the communities in the city of Arad, Israel where they are Headquarterd, as well as throughout the surrounding Negev (Southern) region.
The organization was built by 40 families in Arad, who examined, identified and addressed core needs impacting financial and social independence within that community. After several years of research activities our official work started June 2013, with our model focused on independently generating funds to support projects promoting self sufficiency.
United Health Care Cycling Team's Ben Day checks in with a report from the US Pro Cycling Challenge's Queen Stage. Stage 3 started in Gunnison and headed east for 35 miles before tackling the 11,300 ft. monster that is Monarch Pass. The riders will then descend the eastern slope of the pass and do two 9-mile loops through Salida and the surrounding countryside. Then it’s game time as they tackle nearly 20 miles of climbing to a finish at 10,800 ft.-Monarch Mountain Ski Area.
Hour one: Intel is here tonight in this Intel Sponsor Hour! Each month, we have an Intel representative speaking on new Intel products, services and news stories! Tonight we have Chris Walker from Intel's Tablet Group to discuss what Intel is doing in the tablet arena. You don't want to miss this show!
Hour two: Craig and Ben do Computer and Technology News, brought to you by Slimware Utilities, the Official Optimization Software of Computer America, and answer your computer questions!
Guest speaker, Carla Towns is a twenty-one year old independent author, poet, and business-minded Entrepreneur.
Writing since the tender age of seven, her work is mostly based on her experiences in life, and how she dealt the loss of her mother as a young girl, and afterwards changing living arrangements several times. From ages sixteen through eighteen she was in foster care which she says was one of the single hardest battles she’s had to overcome - even now that she lives on her own.
Carla was diagnosed with Infantile Cerebral Palsy after her mother gave birth to her, due to three strokes which led up to her brain Injury. Doctors said that Carla would not be able to talk, hear, speak or breathe on her own. They were wrong! She can do all but one of those things and doesn’t see it as a roadblock.
Because of the Cerebral Palsy she is wheelchair bound; but she refuses to be held back. Carla wakes up with a smile, with dignity and a plan to reach out to other individuals overcoming their individual challenges –whether they be able bodied or in wheelchairs. She has a passion for life and fights toward equality for everyone.
On May 2011, Carla was aired on her local news where she spoke to a crowd of individuals with developmental disabilities. She both encouraged and inspired the crowd. She was quoted saying “Just because [we] don’t look the same doesn’t mean we don’t have the same heart.” Carla says that she will keep writing and continue to inspire others.