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  • 00:31

    WORLD WIDE AFRICA THE VOICE OF THE PAN AFRICAN MOVEMENT

    in Politics

    “The Grimaldi Negroid’s have left their numerous traces all over Europe and Asia, from the Iberian Peninsula to Lake Baykal in Siberia, passing through France, Austria, the Crimea, and the Basin of Don, etc.  In these last tow regions, the late Soviet Professor  Mikhail Gerasimov, a scholar of rare objectivity, identified the Negroid type from skulls found in the Middle Mousterian period.  Marcella Boule and Henri-Victor Vallois  insist on the fact that the  (localizing) localising layers the Grimaldians are always indirect contact with those of the Mousterian period in which the last Neanderthal lived; in other words, there is no other variety of Homo sapiens that precedes the Grimaldi Negroid in Europe or in Asia.  If one based one’s judgement on morphology, the first White appeared only around 20,000 years ago: the Cro-Magnon Man .  He is probably the result of a nutation form the Grimaldi Negroid due to an existence of 20,000 years in the excessively cold climate of Europe as the end of the last glaciation.” Cheickh Anta Dioup . What we know of this system of White Supremacy Racism begins here. Darwin’s Theory of Evolution.   "Soon after the Origin was published in 1859, critics derided his description of a struggle for existence as a Malthusian justification for the English industrial capitalism of the time. The term Darwinism was used for the evolutionary ideas of others, including Spencer's "survival of the fittest" as free-market progress, and Ernst Haeckel's racist ideas of human development. Writers used natural selection to argue for various, often contradictory, ideologies such as laissez-faire dog-eat dog capitalism, racism, warfare, colonialism and imperialism.” Wikipedia


    I remember when I was going to school in Mississippi when the Darwains Theory was taught an my Grand Parents pulling us out of school for days, until it was banned.

  • 01:10

    The LizyT show with Ernest the Littlecomposers

    in Music

    Originally from Austria, Ernst came to Canada in the late 80's and worked as a pianist in the entertainment industry for many years. By the mid 90's, he stopped touring and settled for a music teaching position in Edmonton while still playing the jazzy lounge circuit on weekends and accompanied vocalists at the Klondike Days. 
    We'll hear more about that in a moment.
    About 10 years ago, he came to Vancouver, fell in love with the ocean and once again, music helped to make new friends fast.


    https://www.littlecomposers.com/

  • 00:45

    Kristie Kennedy, Linda Yates

    in Business

    Kristie Kennedy is an entrepreneurial leadership coach skilled in four areas of personal development: mindset, momentum, motivation and potential maximization. Ms. Kennedy has a passion for helping leaders who have reached a mental plateau to turn their cant's into cans and their dreams into plans. Her life is a testament that it is 100% possible to shift from mediocrity to magnificence one bold action step at a time


    Linda Yates  “The Image Energizer” is a highly sought international Keynote Speaker, Executive Coach and Corporate Trainer.  She has motivated over 10,000 individuals representing Fortune 500 companies throughout North America including Microsoft, American Express, Wells Fargo, Ernst & Young, and Tyco on their internal processes and corporate initiatives.Her focus in working with individuals and organizations is to teach them how to become profitable in communicating their image


    For more information go to MoneyForLunch.com.
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    Have Bert Martinez speak at your event!

  • 00:45

    Hipnotics ... LA Psychedelic R&B Band

    in Rock Music

    Tonight Pop Art Painter Jamie Roxx (www.JamieRoxx.us) welcomes the LA Based Psychedelic R&B Band, Hipnotics to the show! 



    http://thehipnotics.com

    https://www.facebook.com/hypnoticteamo


    Hipnotics are an up-and-coming, and I mean rocketing to the moon, experimental psychedelic rock band from Los Angeles.  Heavily influenced by the cosmic sounds of the late 60’s, the band consists of five music-savvy individuals: Lead Guitar/Vocalist - Matt Ernst, Bassist - Sean Conway, Drummer - Josh Apple, Guitarist/Keys - Zach “Binxy” Apple, and last but not least, Flautist/Saxophone - Zach “RoseGold” Rose - the newest addition to the band.
    Most have known each other for over eight fruitful years. Together they’ve developed a unique style of vocal sampling and sound wave manipulation that combines their R&B, Rock n’ Roll and psychedelic influences. 


    Media Inquiries: 
    LaFamos PR & Branding
    www.lafamos.com

  • 00:32

    HR Examiner Radio: Don Charlton, Founder and CEO, Jazz

    in Business

    Don Charlton is the founder and CEO of Jazz, a venture-backed performance recruiting platform that helps more than 3,000 employers optimize how and who they hire. Don blended his love of fine art with software engineering by earning a BFA in Design from Rochester Institute of Technology in 1999. Over a decade, he established himself as an award-winning interactive designer, software engineer and motivational public speaker. In 2009, Don launched Jazz as its sole founder, eventually growing the company into a multi-millon dollar venture and one of the region’s fastest growing businesses. Included in Entrepreneur Magazine’s list of “100 Brilliant Companies,” Jazz has been widely heralded as an innovative, essential product for businesses that need to hire. Every day, thousands of employers trust Jazz's innovative approach to hiring, including some of the worlds fastest-growing companies and both 2012 presidential campaigns. Don is dedicated to inspiring young minds from all communities to not just work for great companies, but rather each to build their own great company. Most recently, he was a Regional Finalist for the 2012 Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year Competition, and Business Insider named him as one of the 25 most influential African-Americans in Technology.


     

  • 00:21

    the Hipnotics ... LA Psychedelic R&B Band

    in Rock Music

    Tonight Pop Art Painter Jamie Roxx (www.JamieRoxx.us) welcomes the LA Based Psychedelic R&B Band, the Hipnotics to the show! 



    http://thehipnotics.com
    https://www.facebook.com/hypnoticteamo


    The Hipnotics are an up-and-coming, and I mean rocketing to the moon, experimental psychedelic rock band from Los Angeles.  Heavily influenced by the cosmic sounds of the late 60’s, the band consists of five music-savvy individuals: Lead Guitar/Vocalist - Matt Ernst, Bassist - Sean Conway, Drummer - Josh Apple, Guitarist/Keys - Zach “Binxy” Apple, and last but not least, Flautist/Saxophone - Zach “RoseGold” Rose - the newest addition to the band.
    Most have known each other for over eight fruitful years. Together they’ve developed a unique style of vocal sampling and sound wave manipulation that combines their R&B, Rock n’ Roll and psychedelic influences. 


    Media Inquiries: 
    LaFamos PR & Branding
    www.lafamos.com

  • 00:36

    Analytics Best Practices: Plan for the Human Factor

    in Technology

    One of the key flaws in many analytics initiatives is that planners don't consider how data will be utilized in the business environment. Call it the human factor or the consumption of analytics. Long before an algorithm starts churning out results, the organization has to understand the business problem that is being addressed, the backgrounds of the people who will use the data on the line, how it will change their jobs, what benefits those users will realize, and what changes must be made to existing business processes.


    Chris Mazzei, global chief analytics officer at Ernst & Young joins All Analytics Radio to discuss this human element of analytics. He is an advocate for understanding not just what data you have and what the data says but how your business can use it.


    In this event you will learn:



    About some examples where companies missed business opportunities because line managers weren't shown how data could help them do their jobs better
    How examining existing problems, workflows, and processes can provide the analytics team and management with an understanding of how data might help humans do their jobs better
    Some of the ways that your organization can build the human element into the planning process for your analytics initiatives


    Join All Analytics Radio on Wednesday, October 14, at 2 pm (Eastern) for this discussion with Chris Mazzei of Ernst & Young.

  • WCP: "A Billion in Change" Founder and CEO of 5-hour Energy

    in Education

    Manoj Bhargava (born 1953) is an entrepreneur, philanthropist, and founder and CEO of 5-hour Energy, the company which markets the energy shot He was born in Lucknow, India, and moved to the United States in 1967 at the age of 14. Crain's Detroit Business awarded Bhargava its "Newsmaker of the Year 2011" and he was named Ernst & Young's Entrepreneur of the Year for 2012. In 2012 Forbes reported his net worth to be around $4 billion, possibly making him the wealthiest Indian in America.


    Bhargava graduated from The Hill School in Pottstown, Pennsylvania, in 1972. He went on to attend Princeton University for one year. After that, he went back to India, where he lived in an ashram as a monk for 12 years.

  • 01:04

    Chillpak Hollywood Hour #431 - Deadly Australia, Comedies, Bogart, Wayward Pines

    in Film

    In the blog post on Facebook previewing this week’s show, your friends in podcasting promised to discuss if Australia is trying to kill Dean Haglund, all the things you should’t do on a road trip, and the unparalleled legacy of the biggest movie star of all time, Humphrey Bogart. They promised to explain why the funniest film from the comedy filmmaking team of Zucker-Abrahams-Zucker (“the makers of the original Airplane” – no, not the Wright Brothers) was also their least successful. They promised to tackle the essential spy films of all time and what those films have to say about the times in which they were made. All that plus the latest Tom Cruise movie news, Bill Murray returning to Ghostbusters, Christopher Guest returning to making mockumentaries, and the reports that Gene Wilder might come out of retirement. And for those whose interest runs more towards episodic television, Dean and Phil were planning for you, too, with a question for Dean about Australian shows, with Phil weighing in on “Wayward Pines” and the continued cultural significance of “The Prisoner”, with the latest news surrounding the Wachowskis’ “Sense8″, HBO’s “Westworld”, HBO’s “Deadwood”, HBO’s “Sesame Street” (yes, you read that right) and, of course, the revival of “The X-Files”.


    Not only did your friends in podasting get to all of it, Dean Haglund and Phil Leirness even managed to remember Julian Bond, discuss the spooky happenings on Mars and some legendary silent films. Dean and Phil, changing the way you listen to the internet, by giving til it hurts!

  • 00:52

    In Life Now Radio with Coach TMB and Bing Goei

    in Lifestyle

    Host: Coach TMB


    Guest: Bing Goei


    Topic: When People Say You Can't-Connecting The Dots In Your Life


    Bing's Bio


    Bing Goei is an immigrant from Indonesia and come to the United States via the Netherlands in 1960 and settled in Grand Rapids, Michigan. With hard work and dedication, he built Eastern Floral and successful established seven locations, 60 year-round employees and more than $5 million in annual revenue.  

    Besides running his successful business, Bing is a passionate advocate of diversity and entrepreneurship.  He created a program at the Goei Center called the International Center for Entrepreneurial Excellence, which is a business incubator that offers low cost space to young, minority and women entrepreneurs in Grand Rapids.  This program has caught the attention of the Kellogg Foundation, GROW, MEDC and other local organizations.

    Bing received many awards and recognition for his achievements as an Asian American entrepreneur, which include: 2008 Junior Achievement West Michigan Business Hall of Fame; Michigan Floral Association Retailer of the Year – 2008; Top 50 Teleflora Florist in U.S. and Canada and Best Florist Wards by various publications– 2002-2007; 2005 Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year for West Michigan – Retail Division; 2001 Minority Business Person and 2000 Small Business of the Year.


    Visit Bing Online


    http://www.thegoeicenter.com/

  • 00:39

    HCMx Radio 11: Using Analytics to Predict Outcomes and Improve Performance

    in Business

    Hosts: Rachel Cooke, COO, Brandon Hall Group and Michael Rochelle, CSO, Brandon Hall Group


    Guest: Bob Blondin, Vice President at Xerox Learning Services


    Topic: The challenges and opportunities organizations are facing with measurement and analytics.



    Defining success and measuring results of learning programs are so critical to the performance and the financial health of an organization. Our guest, Bob Blondin, Vice President at Xerox Learning Services. Bob acts as the firm’s chief learning strategist. Prior to that, he spent twelve years as a partner at Ernst & Young.  He has provided strategic learning services to a variety of Fortune 500 clients.  Bob has significant experience working at the executive level to align business goals with learning strategies.  During this episode, we spoke about some of the challenges and opportunities organizations are facing with measurement and analytics.  


    We are in the era of constant change enabled by technology.  ILT still exists and will never entirely go away, but with dispersed geographies, diverse and global workforces the learning environment is drastically changing and the method of delivery being offered through numerous channels such as mobile, social, gamification, etc., raises new concerns in understanding what to measure and how to measure, not to mention the use of analytics.  We shared examples of leading practices from high-performing award-winning organizations, the use performance support, job aids and tools such as Vestrics and KnowledgeAdvisors, how to overcome challenges that organizations are facing, how to create an environment for measurement, and lastly, how to use analytics to predict outcomes and improve performance.


    Recorded June 17, 2015