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It's an all new edition of Red Maryland Radio tonight at 8 PM on the Red Maryland Network.
On tonight's show:
We'll recap the Maryland Republican Party spring convention, and the announcement of our Red, White, and Blue dinner speaker.
The Baltimore Sun is honoring Governor Larry Hogan as Marylander of the Year, despite opposing him every step of the way.
Speaking of Governor Hogan, what the left can't do electorally they'll try to take in court.
The MTA chief is being shown the door. Does this mean help is finally on the way?
And just because Governor Hogan has laid down the law on new taxes doesn't mean that Democrats in Annapolis got the memo.
All that and more is why you can't afford to miss an episode of Red Maryland Radio tonight at 8 PM on the Red Maryland Network.......and don't forget that you can subscribe to all Red Maryland Network programming on iTunes and on Stitcher.
in Self Help
Matthew Lesko of http://leskofreeradio.com/ tells us about 5 Free Money Sources to Stop Commuting, Control Your Time, & Better Vacations.
Health Guru, Beverly Nadler talks about how Sitting Has Become the New “Smoking!”
Beverly Nadler, will explain that as surprising as this claim may sound, it’s becoming harder and harder to ignore the evidence. Study after study suggests that the human body is not built for sitting around as often as we do. Our ancestors were far more active – they had to hunt and fish and grow their own food. They didn’t spend their days sitting in front of a computer, the TV, or video games. They did not drive to work or use public transportation; walking was the usual way of getting to their destinations. The facts are indisputable -- there are now over 10,000 studies showing that chronic sitting—at work, commuting, and watching TV at night—significantly impacts your cardiovascular and metabolic function. To find out why sitting is so dangerous and what to do about it, join us today.
In continuing the series on the North American Sasquatch Researcher, Nite Callers Bigfoot Radio is honored to present Ohio Researcher Eric Tipton. Eric Tipton has lived in central Ohio his whole life and has been a believer in Bigfoot, Paranormal and UFO's since he was a young boy. The first time he saw a Bigfoot, he was watching the classic series In Search Of. Eric remembers being fixated on the tv during the whole show. At the end he looked over at his dad who said, " Son there are things in this world that have been here long before man and they will be here long after." That was it for Eric and he was hooked. In 2001, Eric was coming home from northeast Ohio on a back road and what he saw that night will be etched in his mind for the rest of his life. Eric didn't speak of it for almost a decade.It wasn't until his good friend and research partner Mike Kain began commuting together to a job that they realized they had a lot in common on the subject of Bigfoot. Mike was very open minded and it sparked Eric to finally reveal his experience.He felt a strong burn to find what he saw all those years ago and has since dove head first in everything that deals in Bigfoot. The field research Eric and Mike do consists of much off trail hiking. Eric says it"s very hard on the body, but has rewarded them extremely well. The most intense encounter they had was back in July which we will hear about tonight. Eric believes the reason they are so successful in field research is because they push the envelope every time they go out. Nite Callers Bigfoot Radio welcomes everyone to the show tonight. It's going to be another great one!
The job you want or the job you need is within reach. If you are newly unemployed chances are you haven't been beat down yet, and this is a good place to start today, now. If you are long term unemployed, chances are you have been beat down and you likely are not longer seeking employment. You've deicded you have enough applications out there for someone to contact you without your seeking another day in your life. Well you are wrong and I'm excited you have decided to give me a chance to help you get hired. Job search is a job. That said, the skills to bring to the job is what dictates how short or how long job search will be. You must do things systematically, continually in an organized and deliberate manner. You write out a job search plan and you follow the plan. You make changes as you see the need. If you are not reaping rewards to make changes. For instance. You fill out applications. If no response, work on a better application process. If your application is reaping you calls but not interviews you know you need to work on your conversation content or tone to employers. Today's show we'll address why you haven't heard the words, You got the job.
in Real Estate
Today’s small business owner in the spotlight on BlogTalkRadio is Virgil Atkinson of Atkinson Construction and Development Inc., a home builder in the Yuba, Sutter counties of Northern California.
Mr. Atkinson’s current project is Heartland Homes at Plumas Lake, a 185 home development project between Feather River and Plumas Lake Boulevards, off Highway 70, approximately 30 miles north of downtown Sacramento, and 25 miles NW of the South Placer County communities of Roseville, Rocklin and Lincoln.
Plumas Lake is a great location. With over 1500 residents, the Plumas Lake community has more than the eyes can see. The beautiful Feather River is about 5 miles away with a boat ramp. Plumas Lake Golf and Country Club is about 5 miles away and has activities for the entire family including foot golf.
I’m sure our listeners will be very interested to hear about the community Virgil is building at Heartland Homes at Plumas Lake.
And just for disclosure, Virgil is a new 321 client as we showcase Heartland Homes at Plumas Lake to the millions of people who live in the Sacramento Valley. I serve as Heartland Homes at Plumas Lake Marketing Vice President.
We invite Sacramento Valley prospective homebuyers to see these beautiful and spacious homes.
Sacramento area Realtors: you must show your client these homes that could save them lots of money.
in Self Help
Matthew Lesko of http://leskofreeradio.com/ interviews Nicole Kramer Easterday of http://www.farmcurious.com/ about the FARMcurious Fermenting Set. Now fermenting just about anything can be done at home, keeping your food and making it more nutritious than ever.
Kickstarter Link: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/...
Join us on Record Talk Radio at 11 a.m. Friday, Aug. 8 when our topic will be the much reviled and often parodied Port Authority Bus Terminal in New York City.
Our guests will be Record reporters Christopher Maag, who covers transportation for the paper and John Cichowski, whose "Road Warrior" column covers all things commuting.
Maag will talk about his story "Bus Terminal Blues" on the run-down conditions at the mid-town terminal and the debate over how to renovate or replace the facility
Cichowski will talk about his whimsical column on the statue outside the terminal that memorializes Ralph Kramden, the fictional bus driver from the classic television comedy "The Honeymooners."
If you have a question or a comment for either one of them, feel free to send it along to me at email@example.com.
On Yute Vybz tonight we have Keeping It Lijit, in Real Medz segment, Jamaica continues to suffer from what is known as a brain drain. Our young people are getting their degrees and diplomas and they are not sticking around. Many are headed up north to the States or Canada, but why? We’ll try to figure out why young people don’t seem to want to stay.
In Yute Trendz this week we continue to look at brain drain and we ask, “Do you plan on staying in Jamaica after you graduate from high school or university? Why or why not?” You can tweet us at @TalkJARadio, you can also link us on Facebook at Talk Jamaica Radio. Your tweets and posts will be read live on air.
Later on in the show, we have Yute Spotlight, and tonight we’re talking to the CEAC of the UWI Guild of Students, Peter John Mcgill, as well as the Vice President Oshane Reid. They’ll tell us all about Integration and the future plans for the popular Thursday night campus party, as well as the just launched bus service for the campus’ commuting students.
Transit use is up in North America. That’s good for the environment, good for our economies and good for human health. Yet, as more people rely on transit to move through their daily routines, transit organizations are struggling to keep up with the demand. Tight budgets, outdated transportation policies and lax government oversight result in service disruptions, delays in equipment repairs and maintenance, and staff reductions, all of which compromise the ability of these systems to provide safe and reliable service.
In this episode of PolicyTalk, host Cheryl D. Fields is joined by members of the Amalgamated Transit Union to discuss what policymakers, fleet operators and transit users can and must do to ensure the integrity of North American transit systems. The ATU represents bus and other transit workers throughout the United States and Canada.
Join us for our special recurring Tuesday Morning show, dedicated to all those commuting to work or living overseas. "This or That" and "What If?" return, along with a slew of other potential topics! Join us! Join us or perish in the fiery pits of... mooor... doooor.
SHOW NOTES: This specific episode is, “I am financially comfortable! How do I stop that from making me complacent?”
Is it a “real problem” for someone to worry about being complacent if they have financial resources?
Have you ever known about a person with wealth who hurt themselves (or even self-destructed)? Abuse of alcohol, drugs, food. Addictions. Greed. Being victimized by people. We know the story so well. It is partially due to the challenges that we face when we accomplish financial stability. We forget, in our quest to surpass our goals, to examine how our lives will change after we accomplish what we set out to do! How will our options and daily decisions change once we live out our dreams? What do we do afterwards?
Striving for financial independence takes up an enormous amount of time and energy (budgeting, working, saving, planning, commuting, visualizing, sacrificing, etc.). Once we achieve it, how do we adjust to all of the time and energy that we now have available? When we no longer “have to” work for income, will we? When we have the financial resources available for our current situation, short term and long term goals (and those of our descendants and/ or charities, etc.), how do we fill our days? How do we fill our dreams? Do we stop dreaming? Do we...
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