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On this program, Sarae is joined by Benjamin Weeda, Co-Founder of and Client Outreach Manager with the Rocky Mountain MicroFinance Institute (RMMFI), to discuss how to develop an action plan to get you moving towards your vision of business success from where you are now.
Are you an aspiring business owner? Sarae is joined by Benjamin Weeda, Client Outreach Manager, at the Rocky Mountain MicroFinance Institute (RMMFI) to discuss how you can build a solid personal foundation to set yourself up for success when launching a business. Learn what most entrepreneurs fail to plan for and what you need to consider to succeed.
Launching a business? Sarae is joined by Benjamin Weeda, Co-Founder of and Client Outreach Manager with the Rocky Mountain MicroFinance Institute (RMMFI) to talk about how to craft a vision for your business that is realistic while staying true to you big ambitions. **Please note that the audio cut out unexpectedly, so this program in incomplete. We will re-record this program soon and upload the audio in it's entirety. Sorry for the inconvenience!**
Sarae talks with Joe Tassano, VP of Branches at Denver Community Credit Union, about the On-Site Car Sale on Saturday 5/19/2012.
Find out why Denver Community partners with AutoTrek and what you can expect at the event, which takes place from 9:00am-3:00pm at 1075 Acoma Street!
The Community "IMPACT" Program (CIP) is a very unique and highly effective, "Funding and Resource Program" for Non-Profit Organizations and their supporters, developed as a National WORKFORCE Effort to "Put America Back To WORK! (One JOB at a time!)
During this Seminar you will learn where to find:
1. UNLIMITED Work for your Bushiness available to you in your Local Community, located anywhere in the United States
2. UNLIMITED Funding and Resources for your Non-Profit Organization available to you and your supporters, also ways to INCREASE your Donations NOW!
3. UNLIMITED Funding available for Home Owners, Renters and Property Managers to make property upgrades, additions and improvements!
4. Income opportunities for you and your family to benefit from anywhere in the United States
5. Everyday that you WAIT, you are Missing Out on the Funding, Work and the Lifestyles that you deserve!
Register NOW to find out HOW have it!
"We'd love to do more disability ministry, but we just don't have the budget!" This is a cry of frustration for lots of churches with BIG hearts for ministry but limited monies to fund them. Listen is as Vangie interviews Ryan Wolfe about how his church built a thriving and diverse diability ministry without adding budget dollars by utilzing relationships through existing agencies in the community.
Ryan is the Developmental Disabilities Pastor at First Christian Church in Canton, Ohio. “First Christian Church believes each person with a disability has the right to participate in a faith community and feel valued as a community member.” As we are going to learn today, they have a thriving ministry meeting the needs of families affected by disability in almost all stages of life.
ATTENTION: There is heavy static in show's first 3-4 minutes, but it clears up after that.
The pride of the pack when it comes to community broadband business models is the open-access model in which the local government or public utility owns the physical network and private-sector ISPs deliver services to subscribers. It looks like a relatively easy model to pursue, and dozens of communities say this is their preferred option. In reality, making open access work is a monster challenge requiring intense, constant effort.
Mt. Vernon, WA has built a small cadre of ISPs for its open-access fiber network. Information Services Director Kim Kleppe details how they overcame obstacles and seized opportunities to build a successful network that is financially sustainable. Listeners will learn:
why getting the second ISP is the hardest job in the world;
how to set pricing structure
tips for creating win-win situations
marketing tactics that attract ISPs and subscribers
how to keep everyone on the same page
Kleppe and his colleagues have 12 years experience building and refining their open access model. Communities just getting their networks off the ground can really benefit from the lessons of those who've been in the trenches a while.
JANESVILLE COMMUNITY RADIO: Janesville, Wisconsin
DADIO'S LUNCH BUCKET RADIO CLINIC - Live this week yet again from Jeff's Coffee Bar
Dadio's Lunch Bucket has a little bit of everything. Live from the MY OFFICE JVL building, and sometimes on the road at local taverns and coffee shops, the Radio Clinic risks the perils of ad hoc radio. There is a working class blue-collar theme with local and regional interests that weave through the show. Some college degrees are mixed in. And, all along the way they try to give a voice to those ignored by the status quo. Somehow, they entertain us all in the process.
Segments include but are not limited to: Word Phrase; Fish Fry; Quiz; Blue-Collar Jobs; Wisconsin War Casualties; News and Comment; and..., Burgers.
You need to ask Dadio and his crew some questions..., the man comes with his own support group that is prepared and ready to pull him out of the holes he invariably digs himself into!
Call the show, play the quiz, win, make Dadio buy you a beverage at a local watering hole!
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As the parent of a child with a life-threatening heart defect, it's easy to feel overwhelmed by the new "heart world" the family is immediately part of. On this show two mothers who have children with critical congenital heart defects (CHDs) will discuss how they became empowered members of the CHD community by tapping into ways to help others in their community.
Wayverly Mouse-Evangelista will share how her love of arts and crafts enabled her to find a way to reach out to others in the CHD community. She will share what specific items she has created for the heart community and how others can find them.
Susan Vanderpool will share how her situation caused her to see a need for vital information in a heartbeat. She will tell us about how she created a product to calm mothers' fears. Having a school-aged child with a major heart defect in school full-time, away from a loving parent, can be a scary prospect. Ms. Vanderpool shares how her product can relieve parents' anxiety about this situation.
We will also hear from CHD Survivor Natalie McGee how she found a way to give back to her community. Through her own adversity she was able to create a product to help herself and others. Find out what she created and how you can benefit from the creations she and her mother have designed.
Sometimes reaching out to others in need is the best therapy a person can have!
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