• 00:21

    Leveraging Human Capital Component to Achieve Results in Your Business

    in Business

    Mike Goodfriend, President and Founder of Goodfriend and Associates, discusses how business owners can leverage the human capital component to drive results in their business.

  • 02:00

    Sim Standard Radio

    in Video Games

    Welcome back Sim Gamers! We have a great show lined up for you tonight. Listed below is a brief description of tonight's topics. 


    Rex Dickson - We will give our reactions to Rex's surprise call to the show last week. What exactly is he saying? Why is there so much push back to the information he'ssharing? Do you believe that they are trying to do the best they can with Madden?


    Madden Ratings - We will discuss a recent article on fivethirtyeight.com written by Walt Hickey. What ratings should be tangible in the game? How can we get the combine to be more of a factor to determine ratings and skills in CFM? Should ratings be more than just Letter grades and numbers? What is the key component that is missing from Madden's ratings system?


    In the 2nd hour we will open up the lines up to the callers. We look forward to your calls, thoughts, and comments! 

  • 00:57

    I am going to the AIPAC Convention

    in Politics Progressive

    Sunday Morning General Session


    12:00 PM - 1:00 PM


    Key Players: A Look at Iran's Major Decision-Makers


    Discover Iran’s decision-making apparatus by examining the key players in power and the dynamics of the Iranian political system. What effect does this system have on Tehran’s behavior and on the Iranian people?


     


    Speakers: Mr. Alex Vatanka, Mr. Ali Alfoneh


     


    1:30 PM - 2:30 PM


    The Progressive Case for Israel


    From the time of Israel’s founding to the present day, Progressive values have been a core component of Israeli society. From women’s, LGBT and minorities’ rights, to Israel’s pursuit of peace with its neighbors, Israel has a rich history of upholding progressive ideals. Hear influential leaders discuss the shared values and aspirations of Israel and the United States, as they make their Progressive case for Israel.


     


    Speakers: Mr. Jeff Mendelsohn, Ms. Donna Brazile, Ms. Ann Lewis, Rabbi Daniel Cohen


     


    3:00 PM - 4:00 PM


    Unity or Disunity? The Relationship Between Hamas and Fatah


    Last July, Hamas and the Palestinian Authority agreed to form a unity government, much to the dismay of American policymakers. What is the current status of this reconciliation effort, and has it changed the Palestinian political dynamic? Learn more about the two primary Palestin


    The Falling Price of Oil: Does America Win or Lose?


    Global oil prices have fallen in recent months to levels not seen in years. While providing welcome discounts at the pump for many Americans, lower prices have also resulted in significant revenue cuts for Middle East energy producers. How does the drop in oil prices affect Middle East dynamics and American policy in the region?

  • 02:01

    Major League Fantasy Sports Radio Show

    in Baseball

    Join Ej Garr and Corey D Roberts on Sunday February 22nd from 7pm-8:30pm EST for this week's episode of Major League Fantasy Sports Radio sponsored by Sports Palooza Radio Network. We will be taking live callers at 646.915.8596 If we don't get to right away just hang tight. A big component of our show is making the callers part of the discussions. 


     


    This week's guests include Lou Landers, Kyle Amore, and Joe Iannone. Lou is a long time writer with MLFS, Kyle is a new member of the writing staff, and a team owner that brings a lot of real baseball experience to the table, and Joe is a writer, team owner, commissioner, and future CFO of Major League Fantasy Sports. 


     


    If you can't make it to the live airing you can always download the podcast at I-Tunes or Google Play stores. Search for "Sports Palooza Radio Show". Android owners download "Podcast Republic" and then search on podcast republic for "Sports Palooza Radio Show." 

  • 00:28

    Are you a cooperative component?

    in Spirituality

    Today's Insights email was about being a cooperative component.  Listen in as I expound on that message.


    Each of us are components of a bigger organism, if you will, and how much we participate in that can indicate what type of experiences we create for ourselves.


    Visit our website for more into.


    SpiritualCommunitiesNetwork.com


    With love and abundance for you 


    Gwen Peterson


    Spiritual Communities Network

  • 01:08

    Finding the right Marketing company (SEO/PPC), & The new WordPress Update

    in Internet

    Today we will be discussing Finding the right Marketing company (SEO/PPC) & the New WordPress Update 4.1.1 what it is and what to expect.


    WordPress 4.1.1 resources
    https://core.trac.wordpress.org/query?milestone=4.1.1&group=severity&order=component


    PPC
    http://www.inwurx.com/


    SEO
    https://neo1seo.com

  • 01:00

    The Anatomy of a Transformational Coach

    in Lifestyle

    Patricia Hirsch, MCC, interviews Micki McMillan, MCC. To be an authentic transformational coach we must have impeccable self-awareness, abiding mindfulness practice, and be a life long learner.  A Transformational Coach first is aware of her own strengths and shortcomings.  The coach understands the impact they have on others.  This self-awareness is earned through a willingness to dive into one’s inner life.  The second component of a Transformational Coach is that they have a deep and abiding mindfulness practice.  In a world saturated with information and fast-passed technology, the Transformational Coach steps outside of this flurry and is grounded through a mindfulness practice.  Through this practice the self-awareness of the coach is enriched as well as possible areas of growth.  The third characteristic of a transformational coach is that they are life long learners.  Learning becomes less a goal to achieve and more of a way of life.  Learning how to learn becomes more important than gathering a mass of knowledge.  To be one who teaches this, we have to be that which we are teaching.  Or the best way to teach transformational coaching is to allow transformation to take root in the life of the teacher.


    Micki McMillan MEd.,MCC, is CEO and co-founder of the Blue Mesa Group, a firm that supports senior leaders’ success through executive coaching and proven leadership skills. Once the highest ranking woman in utility operations, Micki has deep insights into the challenges executives face in competitive cultures. With 20 years of executive coach experience, Micki is one of just over 600 Master Certified Coaches in the world. Micki coaches executives & teams at The Coca-Cola Company, Merck & Co., Yale Health, CO State University, Entergy, Trinity Health, Centura Health and Royal Dutch Shell. She has vast experience in world regions, including Asia, Australia & Europe.

  • 00:58

    The Grateful Life - The Secret to Happiness with author Mary Beth Sammons

    in Self Help

    The Grateful Life: The Secret to Happiness and the Science of Contentment is a guide to discovering and realizing one's deepest longings by cultivating thankfulness into daily living.


    Through the years of research and practice, bestselling authors Nina Lesowitz and Mary Beth Sammons have discovered that grateful living can change lives. Spiritual advisors and wellness practitioners have long embraced gratitude as a fundamental component of wellness and mindfulness. Real-life stories and tips are included in the book by people who have adopted gratefulness and transformed their lives through the power of thankfulness--in good times and bad. Not only have they cultivated contentment, but scientists and researchers too agree that an attitude of gratitude leads to a happier, healthier and more abundant life.


    Mary Beth Sammons joins Rainbow Vision at 5pm PT, 6pm MT, 7pm CT, 8pm ET. She is an award-winning journalist and author who has contributed to Family Circle magazine, the Chicago Tribune's lifestyle section, and various online health and wellness websites. She is the author of 11 books in the women's self-help and health and wellness fields, including: We Carry Each Other: Getting through Life's Toughest Times, My Family: Collected Memories, Gifts with Heart,  Living Life as a Thank You, and What Would You Do if You Knew You Could Not Fail?: How to Transform Fear into Courage.


    Read more at: http://thegratefullifebook.com/about/


     

  • 00:19

    Jared T. Skok Tesoro Corp. Co-Sponsor

    in Electronics

    One of the things we like to do on the show is shine a spotlight on the sponsors who help make robotics season possible. We are please to announce that Tesoro has joined the Alamo FIRST family as a Co-Sponsor. 


    Tesoro is one of the largest independent petroleum refiners and marketers in the country. On today's show we are joined by Jared T. Skok is the Director for Community Investments for the Tesoro Companies. He is the person in charge of all community outreach programs which is a valuable component to connecting business with community.


    Jared shares the Tesoro business and philanthropic mission within the communities they serve. He also shares valuable insight into how Tesoro came up with their community outreach program as well as offering students advice on what they can do now to improve their opportunities in the workforce.


     


    The Alamo First Show is made possible through the continued support of our Title Sponsor,  Rackspace, the #1 managed cloud company famous for providing their customers fanatical support. We thank you, Rackspace for continuing to provide us with fanatical support. 


     

  • 02:36

    ODWIRA: Adebisa - Divination and Afurakanu/Afuraitkaitnut (Africans) in America

    in Education

    In this episode of ODWIRA we discuss adebisa, divination, in relation to Afurakanu/Afuraitkaitnut (Africans) in america.


    Divination or spiritual consultation is an integral component of all expressions of Nanasom, Afurakani/Afuraitkaitnit (African) Ancestral Religion, wherever Afurakanu/Afuraitkaitnut (Africans~Black People) are found in the world. This includes Afurakanu/Afuraitkaitnut (Africans) in North, Central and South Amaruka (america) and the Caribbean today who are descendants of those who were taken from Afuraka/Afuraitkait (Africa) during the Mmusuo Kese (Great Perversity/Enslavement era), yet survived, waged war against the white slavers and liberated ourselves. 


    We examine our publications:


    Adebisa - Akan Divination in america


    www.odwirafo.com/adebisa.html


    HOODOO PEOPLE: Afurakanu/Afuraitkaitnut (Africans) in America - Akan Custodians of Hoodoo from Ancient Hoodoo/Udunu Land (Khanit/Nubia)


    www.odwirafo.com/nhoma.html


    UBEN-HYENG The Ancestral Summons


    www.odwirafo.com/nhoma.html


     


    Odwirafo Kwesi Ra Nehem Ptah Akhan 


    Aakhuamuman Amaruka Atifi Mu 


    Akwamu Nation in North America 


    www.odwirafo.com 

  • 00:55

    Domestic Violence, one of the unspoken barriers in parenting.

    in Education

    Kalyn Risker is the single mother of two girls, the founder and director of the non-profit SAFE, a position for which she accepts no salary, a master's student in Human Resources Administration at Central Michigan University, and a sought-after public speaker on domestic violence and enonomic self-sufficiency, so she is one busy woman. Her journey began one day in 1998, when her ex-boyfriend hammered her about the face, breaking an eye socket and forcing her to have reconstructive surgery. Money was tight, but her doctor refused to sign a form allowing her to return to work. Risker took a job with another company, and harbored an interest in human resources. She found a scholarship available for women who were domestic violence survivors and obtained her BA.


    Once she had her degree she moved up to a human resources position at an HMO. Over the course of her employment she met other women who had abusive partners. She also noticed, at the HMO, that many applications for employment she received were incomplete, that resumes were deficient, and that many applicants didn't interview well. Her experiences gave her the insight that domestic violence had an economic component, with abusers often controlling the household finances so the victims could not afford things they needed, and were bound to their abusing partner. She had also learned that many women were not prepared to enter the workforce and thus achieve fiscal independence from their abusers. Risker founded SAFE in 2006 as a resource to give women the skills to apply for employment, step up to a better job, learn how to manage their money, all the skills they need to break the cycle of economic abuse.

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