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  • 00:31

    Part 2: CUTV News Radio spotlights Carolyne Simi of Create Your Encore

    in Self Help

    Seattle, WA – The concert is over, but the audience demands more. They want an encore. Now is the opportunity to sing the song that truly resonates with you and give them everything you’ve got with all your heart.


    Carolyne Simi is the CEO and Founder of Create Your Encore where she helps people figure out their next step as they approach their retirement. Carolyne specializes in helping people find their passion and create a life they really want to live in their second half of their life.


    “They call these years the golden years. I call it the golden opportunity,” says Carolyne. “Now is the time to do something you really want to do. You’ve been serving others your entire life. Now is the time to do what really makes your heart sing.”


    We spend so many years working. So many things demand our attention and our intention, but when we reach retirement, big chunks of that puzzle fall away and leave you feeling disconnected. Carolyne says the beautiful part about retirement is that it affords us the opportunity to deliberately reinvent ourselves and create the life we really want.


    “It’s a journey of self-evaluation,” says Carolyne. “The trick is to look inward. What makes you happy? What gets you excited? What are you good at? What do you truly love to do? Once you’ve created that inventory, you can look at ways to apply those skills, passions, talents, gifts to something that fulfills you.”


    For more information on Create Your Encore, visit www.createyourencore.com

  • 02:01

    Think Big Start Smart (Marketing & Advertising Thursday w/ Yves Ortegon)

    in Culture

    THURSDAY :: 02/25/16 :: 6:00P-7:30P
    Guest Call-in # (646) 668-8263
      
    Join us on this special edition of Bonton Radio!
    Did you know that Fortune Magazine says that 80% of businesses fail within the first 18months?
    With that kind of statistic, its encouraging to see the number of hopeful entrepreneurs set out on their journey towards fortune and glory. Joining us is advertising consultant, Yves Ortegon. With his years of serving clients within the public and private sectors, former managing partner of the marketing agency CQ Dynamics, Yves will share his experience in failure/success and spend the evening helping listeners to map a path to marketing advertising success for their business. 

    Guests::
    Sean Marshall - Founder of Marshall & Metcalf Custom Clothiers & Style Constulants
    Chris Keojampa - Founder of FCS Communications, a telecom company

    Both guests have an inspiring story of success and special message of how to avoid business pitfalls.

    A messaage from Yves:

    "Hey everybody,
    I'm very excited to share with you this evening. I could literally talk shop and execute all day long, I love this industry!
    It's pure creation that you can measure all the way to the bank. My intent is to give you so much value during our time together that you are not only energized, but motivated to take your business to the next level. The things I will share with you will be some pretty complex topics, broken down into easy to deploy chunks of tactic and stragtegy. So I encourage you to share this with your friends and business associates. 
    Feel free to call in this evening.
    [SPECIAL OFFER]
    The caller with the best quesiton will win a 1 hour consult with me. I'll personally build the map for your business and help you execute it. A $1,800 Value!

    See you tonight!"
     

  • 00:31

    CUTV News Radio spotlights Carolyne Simi of Create Your Encore

    in Self Help

    Seattle, WA – The concert is over, but the audience demands more. They want an encore. Now is the opportunity to sing the song that truly resonates with you and give them everything you’ve got with all your heart.


    Carolyne Simi is the CEO and Founder of Create Your Encore where she helps people figure out their next step as they approach their retirement. Carolyne specializes in helping people find their passion and create a life they really want to live in their second half of their life.


    “They call these years the golden years. I call it the golden opportunity,” says Carolyne. “Now is the time to do something you really want to do. You’ve been serving others your entire life. Now is the time to do what really makes your heart sing.”


    We spend so many years working. So many things demand our attention and our intention, but when we reach retirement, big chunks of that puzzle fall away and leave you feeling disconnected. Carolyne says the beautiful part about retirement is that it affords us the opportunity to deliberately reinvent ourselves and create the life we really want.


    “It’s a journey of self-evaluation,” says Carolyne. “The trick is to look inward. What makes you happy? What gets you excited? What are you good at? What do you truly love to do? Once you’ve created that inventory, you can look at ways to apply those skills, passions, talents, gifts to something that fulfills you.”


    For more information on Create Your Encore, visit www.createyourencore.com

  • 02:15

    Weird Scenes Inside the Goldmine 2/11/16 - Raise a Toast to Those Fallen

    in Entertainment

    Without question, 2016 has kicked off on a decidedly dark note.  


    Above and beyond a ridiculous circus of a Presidential election, a record breaking wave of snowstorms in the East and tornadoes down South, increasing corporate and financial malfeasance both nationally and globally and some ongoing global concerns, we've lost large chunks of music, television and film history in the surprisingly short span of a single month.


    So join us as we pay tribute to names like David Bowie, the Jefferson Airplane's Paul Kantner and Signe Anderson, Ian "Lemmy" Kilmister of Motorhead and Hawkwind and Jimmy Bain of Dio and Rainbow, not to mention folks like Glenn Frey of the Eagles, Dallas Taylor of Crosby Stills Nash & Young, Dale Griffin of Mott the Hoople, Nicholas Caldwell of the Whispers, Mic Gillette of Tower of Power and Stones/Yardbirds manager Giorgio Gomelsky on the music end, 


    and Angus Scrimm (Phantasm), Dan Haggerty (Grizzly Adams), Vilmos Zsigmond (of the Ray Dennis Steckler and Arch Hall films, Easy Rider and Close Encounters), Abe "Fish" Vigoda, Frank Finlay, Terry Wogan, Jacques Rivette and Pat "Schneider" Harrington on the television and film end...


     


    Week 23
    Raise a Toast to Those Fallen

  • 02:01

    Bret Lueder on UFOS, ET, AlienContact, w/ Theresa Morris ACO , Janet

    in Entertainment

    Bret Lueder received his Bachelors degree in Journalism from Chico State University in 2000. Since then, he has gone on to write roughly 700 articles on music, alternative history, spirituality and UFO’s for such magazines as Magical Blend Magazine, UFO Magazine, Reggae Festival Guide and the Chico News & Review, among many others. He has written two books. The first is, Song in Your Heart: The Story of the Search for the Lost Note, Volume I in a three-part series titled, the Esoteric Guide to the Reggae Vibe series, illustrating the role of the “Roots Reggae Rasta” in terms of a global struggle for human consciousness. Volume II, Tales of a Heavy Heart: UFO’s, Magic and Impending Doom, is due out in late 2016. In his most recent book, A UFO Hunter’s Guide, by Weiser books in San Francisco, Lueder breaks down the muddled field of Ufology into processible chunks both highlighting the field’s infamous history and the context with which a Ufologist finds themselves today. Unlike any other book on the market, it even includes Tips from the Pros as many of today’s top investigators contributed key facets of many techniques, approaches and strategies pertinent for the investigator. Lueder has also produced two double-disc DVD sets of interviews with Speakers from the Bay Area UFO Expo titled, theEsoteric Guide to the Bay Area UFO Expo Volumes I & II.

  • 02:02

    Bret Lueder ~ 01/09/16 ~ Janet, Theresa & Karen ~ Alien Contact Organization

    in Education

    Bret Lueder received his Bachelors degree in Journalism from Chico State University in 2000. Since then, he has gone on to write roughly 700 articles on music, alternative history, spirituality and UFO’s for such magazines as Magical Blend Magazine, UFO Magazine, Reggae Festival Guide and the Chico News & Review, among many others. He has written two books. The first is, Song in Your Heart: The Story of the Search for the Lost Note, Volume I in a three-part series titled, the Esoteric Guide to the Reggae Vibeseries, illustrating the role of the “Roots Reggae Rasta” in terms of a global struggle for human consciousness. Volume II, Tales of a Heavy Heart: UFO’s, Magic and Impending Doom, is due out in late 2016.


    In his most recent book, A UFO Hunter’s Guide, by Weiser books in San Francisco, Lueder breaks down the muddled field of Ufology into processible chunks both highlighting the field’s infamous history and the context with which a Ufologist finds themselves today. Unlike any other book on the market, it even includes .....more at http://wp.me/p2OzDR-4FC


     

  • 00:13

    What’s in Store for Learning & Development in 2016?

    in Business

    Recently we sat down with Mark Van Buren, Practice Leader of CEB’s Learning and Development Leadership Council, to discuss the biggest developments he sees in Learning and Development for the coming year.  He shares insights in the many factors that are changing the way that learning and development programs will be delivered across organizations in the coming year. 


    One particular trend that Mark points out is that pressure for organizations and its people to be more productive. These growing demands for productivity in the workplace means that days are busier and there is little perceived time for formal learning courses. In many cases, employees feel that there are too many things on their “to-do” list to take the time out for a classroom style course. 


    Similarly, outside of the workplace, employees are exposed to information in more bite size chunks. Instead of watching an hour long news program, they can easily find the top headlines on their social media network of choice. This demand for quick, on the go content, is spilling over into the workplace and into learning and development curriculum where social learning is on the rise. 


    Finally, Mark discusses how the new collaborative environment within organization is also changing learning the development opportunities. With employees now reporting to more people and working with other employees that they may not have interacted with before, the growing collaborative nature of organizations offers new challenges and opportunities for learning and development executives. 


     

  • 00:30

    4 Ways to Fix a Focus Problem

    in Women

    Have you found yourself experiencing any of these:
     



    periods of being spaced out as chunks of your work time passes,
    making excuses for popping up and out of your seat frequently,
    feeling like you are accomplishing little.


    You could be experiencing a secondary or primary focus problem. A person with a primary focus problem has never had the desired focus in his or her business.


    A person with a secondary focus problem at one time had good focus.  Somewhere they lost it along the way.


    In this week's episode Christina will walk you through the four (4) steps on how to fix a focus problem.

  • 00:30

    Rivers charge disconnected by Randall and Packer defense; Packers improve to 6-0

    in Sports

    Philip Rivers entered the day leading the NFL in passing yards, and ended the day as the leader. Rivers set San Diego Charger records for completions (43), attempts (65), and yards (503) in a game. The Green Bay Packers defense allowed 548 total yards but knocked down Rivers 65th pass to secure the 27-20 victory. With the win, the Packers improve to 6-0 while the Chargers drop to 2-4. 


    The Chargers kept Aaron Rodgers and the Packer offense on the sideline for most of the game by dominating the time of possession. They held a 38:00 to 22:00 minute advantage. This equated to outgaining the Packers 548-370.  The Packers had a hard time getting off the field on third down, as Rivers converted 50% of the Chargers third downs. Although, the Packers defense struggled to get off the field and allowed chunks of yards, they came up with a play when it mattered most. Damarius Randall knocked down Rivers pass intended for Danny Woodhead with 15 seconds left. 


    Aaron Rodgers had another pedestrian day completing 16 of 29 passes for 255 yards and two touchdowns. The Packers struggled to sustatin drives, and lost rookie Ty Montgomery to injury. This allowed wide receiver Jeff Janis to haul in his first career receptions. Eddie Lacy was uanble to get untracked rushing four times for three yards. James Starks had the longest touchdown play of the day. Starks took the handoff, was bottled up and spun off tackle.  When you got outside it was a 65 yard foot race to the end zone giving the Packers a 14-3 lead.  Afer three 80 plus yard scoring drives to start the game, the Packers offense began to stutter. 

  • 01:17

    Prime Time Baking on AVN: Baking with Oreo Cookies and Oreo Desserts

    in Cooking

    On this episode of Prime Time Baking, Sweet tooth lover and dessert lover Chef Alex will teach you how to make desserts with Oreo cookies! Yes, you can make mouth watering desserts with oreos. Oreos are not just for snacks anymore, I will show you how you can bake nice treats with oreos.


    Can you imagine a nice gooey chocolate brownie with chunks of oreos in it? Yummy!
    Can you imagine a cheesecake with oreos in it?


    Can you fathom a oreo cream pie?


    Well those are just some of the desserts that you can make with oreos!!!


    Topics for the show:


    -A brief oreo discussion on how Oreos were created, kinds of oreos, etc.


    -Discussion on how to use Oreos in the kitchen


    AND PLENTY OF RECIPES INCLUDING:


    -Fried Oreos


    -Cookies and Cream Cake


    -Cookies and Cream Cheesecake


    -Cookies and Cream Pie


    -Oreo Brownies


    AND MORE!
     

  • 00:54

    Are you living your life Large and in Charge?

    in Self Help

    Reverend Murriel Crawford - Assistant Minister of the Spiritual Empowerment Center - Baltimore, delivers a message to the congregation about how to live 'Large and In Charge'. People talk about what it means to live 'large and in charge', but do we really know how to go about creating a such a life? Reverend Murriel provides some key strategies on how to do so. Some of these strategies may seem radical, but Rev. Murriel breaks it all down into bite-sized, manageable chunks. This live excerpt was recorded on Sunday, August 9th.