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David Wygant is an internationally-renowned dating and relationship coach, author and speaker. Through his boot camps, personal coaching and his website, his advice has transformed the dating lives and relationships of hundreds of thousands of people from every corner of the globe. His funny -- yet always direct -- approach to dating, sex and relationships has revolutionized how people meet and interact with the opposite sex. Over the last thirteen years, David has become one of the most frequently-quoted dating experts in the media. He offers his advice as a lead writer for Yahoo! Personals, AskMen, Huffington Post and across television segments, newspapers and magazines, including MTV, The New York Times, MSNBC, Fox News, Cosmopolitan, Men's Health and E! Entertainment Television -- as well as on over 2,000 radio shows.
Hosts Kevin Hunter and David Ford have a little fun with comparing business to binocular soccer. Imagine trying to run a business with no vision, no clear idea of where you're headed, or no ability to see where you're going in business... Actually, 97% of business owners run their businesses just like this, which is why they don't see a 10-year business anniversary. As a business owner, you need to take off the binoculars and see things from a fresh perspective so you can actually make a positive difference in your business.
Carolyn Yeager covers a number of items, issues and individuals that have captured her attention this week, all related to the theme of traitors.
Documents reveal parties responsible for causing WWI;
Traitors at the Federal Reserve;
Putin in denial, shades of Katyn;
More on Albert Speer's jew-friendly "remorse";
David Cole-Stein can't avoid the scrutiny of Robert Faurisson.
Roy Dan Baron Global Freedom Network interviews David Hague about Politics.
Under the theme 'All is not as it seems, does the world care or do we just pretend to care?', some of the things we might talk about are:
Global government debt: currently at 53 trillion dollars :Will our children hate us for spending their money, we will leave them bankrupt.
World Peace: do we really want world peace; the global armaments industry employs millions and represents 2.7% of world GDP
wDo we really want peace in the middle east? Who benefits from a high price for oil?
On today's episode of The Shakedown show Shakes, JROC and Roldy discuss the possible retirement of right guard Chris Snee. The return of Will Beatty from a broken leg, and what the 53 man roster will look like come opening day.Also the return of David Wilson to full contact drills what role does he play in this new offense. Call in at (929) 477-2686 or join the conversation on twitter #dashakedown.
Join us as we speak with John David Parker--an extraordinary soul on an even more extraordinary spiritual journey. John David Parker is a composer/producer who has had contracts with RCA. Once his contracts were complete he embarked on a magical spiritual journey. He visited with John of God in Brazil, he does trance work with his guides Calling Bear, Isaak, Hector and others and is a formidable hands-on healer. This will be a powerful show you will not want to miss!
For more information on John David Parker please visit his website at http://www.calling-bear.ic24.net/songandtrance/index.html
As the Rays continue their hot streak in the second half of the season, we examine whether it is the right time to trade lefty All-Star pitcher David Price. Despite winning seven of their last ten ballgames, the Rays still find themselves 8.5 games out of first place in the A.L. East.
Hosts Kevin Hunter and David Ford discuss how every business is the same. All businesses need certain things in place in order to survive. The biggest element is systems to run their business. McDonalds is the greatest example of how the system sells the business. Eighteen year old kids can run a McDonalds restaurant and make it produce billions per year because the company has produced a fool-proof system that can be duplicated by employees all around the world.
Paula Guenon worked in the Entertainment Industry for over 25 years, 20 ½ years of that for Warner Bros. Studios. 2009, was a life changing experience for Paula. After working in the corporate world, she decided to use her professional and life experience to become an entrepreneur. Grateful for her training and experience in the corporate world, Paula wanted to do more for the community in the second half of her life.
Like so many Baby Boomers, Paula found herself behind the times in the digital/internet technology world as well as the economic change in the United States, and had to re-invent herself by finding her voice with producing and hosting her own show and other internet radio shows/podcasts.
“My mission is to be the catalyst of information and resources for career transitioning Baby Boomers to “Turn Their Passions Into Success” both personally and financially by utilizing the world wide web to launch their message to the masses. With my 20 years extended experience in public speaking, customer service and in the media industry, and 30 years in the corporate world I bring to you innovative media platforms to educate, inspire, and connect people who want to make difference in the world.
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