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  • 00:31

    The Role of Networking and Community Building in Women Entrepreneurship

    in Business

    Join Dr. Cheryl Cottle and her guest Svietlana Lavrentidi on Women in Business Radio on Monday 13th March at 11:00am EST where they will be talking about: "The Role of Business Networking and Community Building in Women Entrepreneurship."


    Svietlana Lavrentidi is the founder of Entrepreneurial Women's Network an online forum designed to help entrepreneurs communicate effectively and build strong relationships for business, and their personal lives. Svietlana Lavrentidi has honed her business skills by being an apprentice for a company that dealt with organization and networking. With these skills, Svietlana later formed her online women's network.


    Dr. Cheryl Cottle, besides being the host of Women in Business Radio is also the founder and administrator of Women in Business, an online and off-line group that is dedicated to the empowerment of women globally through entrepreneurship. Dr. Cottle is also the editor-in-chief of an online women’s journal — Simply Inspirational for Women in Business ™ a great resource for women in business, internationally.  Dr. Cottle is soon to launch an online educational business institute; as well as in the process of writing three books designed for women in business. 


    Host: Dr. Cheryl Cottle


    Guest: Svietlana Lavrentidi Guest Mobile:  UK Mobile: 079 7355 8831

    Sponsors of the Show:
    Crafted Spaces
    GSM Beats

  • 01:01

    Community Focus, Community Building

    in Lifestyle

    As Intimacy and Colour seeks to facilitate dialgoue that is about empowering individuals, families, and communities, it is only appropriate to showcase the work of others who are doing the same.
    The city of Newark, which is the home of Intimacy and Colour, is hosting its first TEDx as an opportunity to stimulate dialogue and create positive grass roots change on a variety of topics critical to the revitalization and sustainability of Newark.
    Join us this Sunday, October 20m 2013, at 1pm EST, as we speak with the organizer of TEDx Broad Street, Kimberlee Williams, about TEDx Broad Street, but also discuss the need for community building and how do we mobilize a community towards change, empowerment, and healing.

  • 01:00

    Community Building! It's an Art!

    in Radio

    *Due to unforseen circumstances, Monday's show is being rescheduled to Wednesday 10/23/13
    On Wednesday morning, 10/23/13, at 7am we will be discussing the fine Art of Community Building with special guest, Menes Yahudah. Menes is a percussionist, teacher, and Director/Founder of Urbanfoli Arts. We will discuss what it takes to build a healthy community, what art has to do with it, and what we can all do to get involved. Let's Be About It! JOIN THE CONVERSATION! 347-215-9773

  • 01:34

    Solar Storms & Sustainable Community Building with M.I.T. Engineer Matt Stein

    in Lifestyle

    Wednesday, April 8, 6pm EDT:  Mitchell has invited back environmentalist, M.I.T. trained engineer, author, popular speaker, Matthew Stein, to discuss the issues of solar storms, climate change, emergency disruptions and what to do about them.  Mitchell and Matt will also discuss safe, green and sustainable building, bearing in mind the ever-changing landscape of our earth at this point in time and climate change.


    Matt has been a guest numerous times on Coast-to-Coast and other national TV and Radio shows, and is for the second time on A Better World Radio with Mitchell Rabin.


    Matthew is an environmentalist, bestselling author, MIT trained engineer, and green builder. As an inspiring speaker and visionary thinker, he is dedicated to helping people wake up and unite to shift our collective course from collapse to global renaissance. On the practical side of things,as an expert at self-reliance, emergency prep, and survival, his writings and work help people prepare to weather the storms we are facing due to continuing climate change and ecological decline, coupled with a fossil fuel based economy that has recently passed the peak in world oil production and is struggling to cope with impending near-term shortfalls.


    Stein is a graduate of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) where he majored in Mechanical Engineering.


          Purchase Matthew Stein’s books here

  • 01:16

    Award-Winning Online Community Building Strategies

    in Marketing

    Today, software companies such as SAP and Taleo, business information providers such as LexisNexis and consulting firms such as Palladium Group have moved much of their customer interactions to online communities they have built for their customers. While they are still in their early stages, these online communities are providing these enterprises with a competitive advantage: the ability to get much closer and become more valuable to customers every day, around the clock.
    That’s why LinkedIn marketing expert Kristina Jaramillo invited Vanessa DiMauro. founder and CEO of Leader Networks – a research and strategy consulting company that helps organizations succeed in social business and B2B online community building – to  join her on the B2B Marketing Insider’s Radio Show. 
    Vanessa’s bringing to our guests knowledge and expertise from over 15 years experience in social business leadership positions at Cambridge Technology Partners, Computerworld, Bitstream and TERC.
    You’ll learn how  she has founded and ran numerous online communities, and has developed award winning social business strategies for some of the largest and most influential companies in the world.
    Listen to this radio show interview with Vanessa DiMauro - then check out our other community building interviews at http://www.b2bmarketingradioshow.com

  • 02:01

    Observing the Roles of African Men in Community Building and Developing Healthy

    in Dads and Family

    There is an overarching stereotype about the absence of African men in family and community development. Some claim that African "Black" males have failed to protect their communities while some say African leaders are the ones failing to protect their societies.  Is there some validity is this stereotype?


    However, history portrays Africa as an organized society where males prided themselves in protecting their communities. This character trait dates as far back as pre-colonial days were men were more socio-politically visible than women and in some societies; even though they deferred some of the sociopolitical roles to women. In those societies, women were allowed to make decisions pertaining to women affairs, but in general, men played various roles as councilmen, elders, and as a matter of fact, as those responsible for guarding the living from the forces of evil.


    How do character traits of today's men differ from those of our ancestors? What have we forgotten to remember? Is it good to remember and continue to observe the cultural legacy and behavioral commitments of the ancestors? Is it possible to combine the Afrocentric governance with those of our ancestors? From the look of things, corrupt governments, killings, etc., it appears black leaders have moved too far from the good traditional practices of their ancestors. If this is the case, then who protects black communities? Should those good traditional protective roles be abandoned? Will electoral processes work in black communities, particularly, in Africa? Where do we go from here?


    . The program is co-directed and co-produced by African Views.


    http://bit.ly/africanmen

  • 00:17

    Building Fortunes intro to The Community & Building Your Bussiness

    in Business

    Welcome to Building Fortunes Radio. We assist entrepreneurs in building their 


    business through the support of Internet Radio. Join Peter Mingils and special guests. Our  marketing channels include email, web, text, and phone.... more



    by Building Fortunes
    in Business
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  • 00:29

    Real Talk Real Game: Reactivated

    in Entertainment

    Focus on community building and racial harmony. We will review current isuues in the urban community. As our country turns to a socialist police state, can citizens avoid confrontations with the police and "war apparatus"?.GRX will join us as well as he continues his RANT about the state of things.

  • 00:29

    Building Fortunes Radio with Peter Mingils

    in Business

     Building Fortunes Radio with Peter Mingils.


    Network Marketing Lead Peter Mingils to develop PM Marketing and NetworkLeads.


    Every Sunday, he explains Building Fortunes Radio to past, present, and future customers.
    You can probably find everything you need to build your home based business here.
    Leads, Training, Tools, Systems, Customer Service is what we provide.


     http://www.networkleads.com for leads and systems


    http://www.buildingfortunesradio.com forour promotional materials


    http://www.youtube.com/networkleadstv Our You Tube Channel


    http://www.youmongus.com What's really Big


    http://www.youmongusads.com our Classified ads site(one of dozens of sites)

  • 00:44

    Building Your Community with Bishop Dr. Andrew Watkins, Sr. Ph.D.

    in Religion

    Building Your Community with Bishop Dr. Andrew Watkins, Sr. Ph.D.

  • 01:07

    Pt 2 - SunBow True Brother: One United Nation for Great Earth Peace

    in Religion

    We welcome back SunBow True Brother: One United Nation for Great Earth Peace.  Technical problems with BlogTalkRadio and Skype forced us to end our first show early.
     


    Born of Metis origins, adopted in the Hopi Coyote Clan in 1987, I started on a spiritual quest at a young age and have walked on the sacred red road for over three decades. Blessed to meet many great Elders from several nations, who have provided teachings and guidance, for which I'm deeply grateful.

    Involved in community building, organizing gatherings, international focalizer for the Rainbow Family, storyteller, writer, journalist, editor, networker, video maker mainly on Native topics, pipe and drum carrier, shared teachings and ceremonies from North to South America and in Europe, founder of One United Nation for the Great Earth Peace, and of the Ironwood Log Project to document Native wisdom.


    IRONWOOD LOG PROJECT on Isuma Native TV:


    http://www.isuma.tv/fr/ironwood-log-project


    One United Nations for the Great Earth Peace, on Facebook:
    https://www.facebook.com/groups/oneunitednation/