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Each week, Mike will interview some of the world's most inspirational individuals, thought leaders, survivors, celebrities, educators, and experts.
Listen in and CALL IN to be inspired AND gain essential life skills for living with RESPECT in all aspects of your life.
Cindy Marinangel is an artist and animal activist who will be talking with Mike about respect and women's roles in Hollywood. She has been doing lead acting roles since kindergarten where she got her first laugh onstage. She has been hooked ever since!
Fast forward through college to Chicago where she booked her first audition for the then-hit show "Tony $ Tina's Wedding". She left playing the role of Tina. She graduated from Chicago's Second conservatory program where she had the opportunity to study under Stephen Colbert and Nia Vardellos. Cindy performed in fabulous shows in small theaters all over Chicago while also utilizing her psychology degree to work with adults and children in psychiatric settings.
Eventualy she moved to Los Angeles where she was accepted as a Lifetime Member of the esteemed Actors Studio. While continuing her artistic journey, Cindy mentored an amazing girl in the Big Brothers Big Sisters program for eight years. She was thrilled to perform in six theatrical world premiers while appearing in films that have run the festival circuits. She recently shot the comedy and TV pilot "Taylor'd Problems" directed by the late Jay Leggett with Tommy 'Tiny' Lister. She has seen success in the voice over world in the number one video game "Brutal Legends" with Jack Black and Ozzy Osbourne.
Cindy has always enjoyed dancing and loves to salsa as well as burlesque with her troupe "Shhh! Burlesque". She is currently starring on stage in Tom Stoppard's "The Real Thing" at the Two Roads Theatre in Studio City, CA, and is crowd-funding for her short film "Eternal Waltz" which she is writing, executive producing and starring in with a fantastic team.
Deri Latimer is an expert in possibilities for people! Deri combines a business degree in human resources management with 20 years of experience engaging audiences across every business sector.
Each week Deri visits workplaces and speaks on how to create positive, psychologically healthy organizations. “Repeatedly, when we listen mindfully to staff members, a recurring theme appears – ‘I want to be known, heard, seen, valued’. That is all about respect. A psychologically healthy workplace (and human being) is a respectful one. Respect is learnable – it is a set of behaviors around which new habits can be built.”
She has been a popular instructor in the University of Winnipeg’s Management Studies Program for over 15 years designing full-credit courses and seminars in Resilience, Positive Psychology, Team Building, and Leadership Development. Her latest book, ”Wake Up To Your Habits” is a rich resource of strategies and tools to shift your emotions, adjust your thinking and postively impact your results.
To learn more visit her website at: http://www.derilatimer.com/
Join Mike Domitrz LIVE from his 2-Day Training event with attendees from around the country who are passionate about teaching and spreading the message of respect in middle schools and high schools throughout North America.
This episode will air LIVE from the actual event with an in-person audience of attendees. Mike will share insights and takeaways about presenting to students and take questions from callers and the in-person audience. Join us for this unique and fun episode.
Top Motivational Speaker and Navy SEAL, David Rutherford ignites audiences with his high energy, no nonsense approach to motivating people to succeed in any environment imaginable. As a top Behavioral Training Specialist and Author, David motives people from all walks of life with his motivational philosophy called Froglogic. Derived from 20 years of personal exploration into the human condition David combines his incredible journey with 70 plus years of Navy SEAL operational, training and elite lifestyle performance successes. His masterful ability to inspire enables individuals and teams to forge their Self-Confidence and commit to living a TEAM LIFE.
In this episode David introduces his audience to the four steps they can use to learn how to Earn Respect every day of their lives. We all seek the respect of our family, friedns and peers, but do you really know how to acheive this goal? He will be recruiting you, his new teammates for your help defining this critical concept behind human success. Change your way of thinking by enlisting David to become your new motivational swim buddy. HOOYAH!
While working as an actor in Hollywood for over a decade, Tina talked with countless celebrities about their behind-the-scenes lifestyles and realized "these secrets" must be revealed to teens. For the past 10 years, Tina has been sharing her pop culture message - Hollywood Exposed - to students and adults at school assemblies, colleges, conferences, music festivals, and many other events throughout the United States, Africa, South America, and Canada.
Tina has worked on TV shows such as "Jimmy Kimmel Live", "Young and the Restless", "Lizzie McGuire", "Drake and Josh", and "Malcolm in the Middle", along with countless movies. She has also opened for bands such as Third Day, Jeremy Camp, Jeff Deyo, Rotterdam November, The Museum, Chris August, and Skillet.
During the show, Tina shares how celebrities shelter their own children from any violent obscene entertainment and how they preview the media entering their homes. She presents a very inspirational, motivational show that will challenge and change the hearts of all who hear. She covers the top TV shows, movies, entertainment sites, magazines and music that's in the public eye today and how this media influences our daily lives.
Tina's mission is to challenge you to live counter-culturally to what the critics claim is "harmless entertainment." Her message is guaranteed to be a major eye-opening, life-changing experience.
You can learn more about Tina's work at: http://www.tinamarielive.com/
Time is money - but RESULTS is more money.
The hourly worker versus the contract paid worker. Both may do same job but one works on the clock, and the other, very often by the project. Since there are only 24 hours in the day - who could potentially earn more?
There is a reason why the all star players make more money. The all stars deliver RESULTS! In this show, I outline WHY, and hopefully build a convincing case for YOU to consider making the switch from charging per hour/session, to pricing for RESULTS.
This show is delivered in 2 PARTS. This is Part1. Please head over to www.TrudyBeerman.com and login (membership is free) to hear Part 2.
In Part 2, I show you HOW and I offer 5 strategies for effectively making that switch and earning more as a result. I guarantee you will earn more if you follow those 5 strategies.
Cick HERE to Listen to PART 2
Jessica Pettitt, Founder of “I am Social Justice”
Jessica Pettitt is the “diversity educator” your family warned you about. She is easy to work with, accessible, and brings VERY simple concepts that are really hard to incorporate into our lives. Where Gandhi may want you to Be The Change You Want To See In The World, Jessica asks for you to actually Be the Change You Want To Be, not just see it.
She has been nominated for two years by Campus Activities Magazine for Best Diversity Artist. Her programs take participants on a journey weaving together politics, theory, current events, and story telling with large doses of humor reminiscent of Bob Newhart, George Carlin, and Paula Poundstone. Participants leave her highly interactive program with actual action steps to make REAL change in their lives.
Jessica takes 10+ years of experience to stage as part of her mission to inspire change, dismantle oppression, and recognize our privilege. Jessica has figured out how to BE the change she wants to BE. Now it’s YOUR turn!
You can learn more about Jessica’s programs at: http://iamsocialjustice.com/index.htm
Does Anyone Respect A Relationship Status Anymore?
Respect is a positive feeling of esteem or deference for a person or other entity (such as a nation or a religion), and also specific actions and conduct representative of that esteem. Respect can be a specific feeling of regard for the actual qualities of the one respected (e.g., "I have great respect for her judgment"). It can also be conduct in accord with a specific ethic of respect. Rude conduct is usually considered to indicate a lack of respect, disrespect, whereas actions that honor somebody or something indicate respect. Specific ethics of respect are of fundamental importance to various cultures. Respect for tradition and legitimate authority is identified by Jonathan Haidt, a professor at the New York University Stern School of Business, as one of five fundamental moral values shared to a greater or lesser degree by different societies and individuals.
Respect can be both given and/or received. Depending on an individual's cultural reference frame, respect can be something that is earned. Respect is often thought of as earned or built over time. Often, continued caring interactions are required to maintain or increase feelings of respect among individuals. Chivalry, by some definitions, contains the outward display of respect.
Respect should not be confused with tolerance.
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