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  • 00:32

    An Officer is Responsible for His Own Morale: Claude Werner

    in Psychology

    What happens when a self-reliant man runs into significant health challenges? Claude Werner has served as an Army Ranger, taught firearms skills to military and law enforcement, and publishes a blog on self-defense. A few years ago, he began to have significant heart-related issues that made it difficult for him to exert any physical effort. He thought he might die. After he had a pacemaker/defibrillator implanted, he has begun to regain his strength. In this interview he talks about how he's dealt with these challenges. 



  • 00:31

    CUTV News Radio spotlights Dori Klass & Associates, Inc.

    in Entrepreneur

    Oro Valley, AZ – Most organizations are really good at what they do operationally. The challenge is inspiring people to function beyond operations. How do we get managers to care about the people they manage and employees to care about the organization they work for?


    Dori Klass is the founder of Dori Klass & Associates, Inc., a coaching and consulting firm specializing in executive coaching, leadership education and communications training. The firm excels in working with people who are interested in bringing about a shift in culture, not just for their organizations but in their personal lives as well. For Dori, that process begins with engagement.


    “I do a lot of one-on-one work and I do a lot of work in corporate settings, but the themes are the same for both: growth, trust, engagement, relatedness,” says Dori.


    According to a recent study, approximately 75 percent of the North American workforce is completely disengaged at work. Employees are staring at their watches, counting down the hours until their retirement. They’re called the “quit-and-stayed” and that attitude is now systemic and institutionalized. That’s a crisis. So how do you wake people up?


    “Quit-and-stay is no longer an option. That’s a recipe for a toxic environment, and given enough time, the company itself is going to suffer,” says Dori. “We’re about bringing engagement and inspiring a cultural shift.”


    Dori says that process begins with organizations encouraging employees to be more engaged in their own lives, with a stronger sense of who they are and what they value. When people are more engaged personally, they can transfer that engagement to the workplace.


    For more information on Dori Klass & Associates, Inc., visit www.doriklass.com

  • 01:01

    Take Action Get Profits Radio

    in Business

    Take Action Get Profits with Michele Scism with Her Guest Matthew Goldfarb and Robin Young:


    Matthew Goldfarb - After 12 years of writing television commercials, print campaigns and websites for national clients such as 1-800-Collect (the ones with Mr. T!), Volvo, Subaru, Dove, Campbell’s and , I started Corporate Renegade in 2010 out of my spare bedroom in Brooklyn. My goal was simple: to work with clients committed to making a difference in the world stand out by refusing to look, sound and talk like everyone else. It’s five years later and while the team has grown and we’ve migrated to Western Massachusetts the mission hasn’t changed, save for one small addition: Teaching my son Nate (affectionately called “Nate Dogg”) that you should never have to compromise who you are to get what you want in this life. 


    Robin A. Young creates Wealthy Women. It is Robin’s mission to educate and empower women to embody the necessary habits that create wealthy lives. Hence, Women Behaving Wealthy™ was born. Over Robin’s 12-year career as a Wall Street executive and financial advisor, she has adeptly integrated her academic training and investing experience with sound financial principles and a unique customized approach. This approach has allowed her to successfully manage the portfolios of over 500 millionaires and hundreds of other investors.

  • 8 Signs It's Time To Upgrade Your Mindset!

    in Real Estate

    No matter how successful you are, chances are that unless you're diligent about exploring new opportunities, learning new skills, and broadening your horizons that your production is going to plateau. Once that happens, the excitement starts to wear off, doesn't it? Don't let that happen! Today we're discussing 8 signs that it's time to rethink your mindset, and we're going to offer real, practical solutions to help you break through those self-imposed upper-limit challenges that you may have subconsciously set for yourself.




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  • 00:25

    Social Media + Dating = ?

    in Politics

    Your social media skills better be polished if you want a date in 2015. 
    Dating life is completely different than it was just five years ago! 
    "Dad, did mom get mad when you didn't make her your wcw??" Imagine asking that. 


    Instagram jealousy. 
    Ghosting. 
    Booty calls with just a swipe of a finger? 
    We're talking about it all in this episode. 


    But new social media trends aren't all bad. Listen in on how Snapchat is helping with breaking stereotypes, one region at a time.

  • 01:00

    Awyken Interview with Tony Husted

    in Real Estate

    "Tony Husted is a Professional Certified Coach with the International Coaching Federation and has been training Professional Coaches in over 15 countries worldwide over the last eight years. He teaches Solution Focused Coaching Trainings, NLP Practitioner and Master Practitioner Trainings, Sales Training, and Train the Trainer programs.    
    His credentials include an Associate Degree in Technology from Pierce Community College and a Bachelors Degree in Organizational Management with High Honors from Northwest University. He is a Neuro-Linguistic Programming Master Practitioner and Trainer, Certified NLP Coach, Patterns for Renewing Your Mind Practitioner, Erickson Certified Professional Coach, as well as a NLP Health Practitioner, a Leading from Your Strengths Coach, and a Solution-Focused Coach Trainer.


    Tony’s background consists of business development, sales, management, and training. Prior to leaving the corporate sector he planned, built, and managed Fleet and Internet departments for major automobile dealers in the Pacific Northwest, developing a deep understanding of online marketing and sales. He is a professional dance instructor and was the Executive Director of one of the largest ballroom dance studios in Seattle. He also spent eight years learning leadership and personal development in the US Army."

  • 01:04

    8-3-15 INNOVATION UPDATE: Key Components of Innovation with Terry Wakefield

    in Finance

    Today's broadcast is yet another podcast in a series of podcasts about innovation in the mortgage industry.  This week we have TERRY WAKEFIELD, President and CEO of The Wakefield Company (TWC), as our guest.  Terry is a mortgage industry veteran with multiple decades of experience as an innovator and entrepreneur.  His experience touches all aspects of mortgage origination, production and servicing, supply chain management, capital markets, strategic alliances, and executive advisory services.  On today's podcast, we will learn about TWC’s Process Architecture tools that have transformative potential when combined with best-of-breed software components.  It was this process architecture that to what Jack Nunnery of Texas Capital Bank, talked about last week where he called on a group of of innovators to help design an exciting new Mortgage Correspondent Aggregation (MCA) platform.  Terry, myself, staff from Loan Logics and numerous others worked wtih Jack on the design of MCA.  The result of that work effort is going to change how correspondent lending is done.   


    Please join me, David Lykken your host & Pres. of TMS Advisors, along with Alice Alvey of Mortgage-U, Joe Farr of MBS Quoteline, Andy Schell of MBS, Paul Muolo of IMF News and Sam Garcia of Mortgage Daily for another informative podcast of Lykken on Lending... created BY mortgage professional FOR mortgage professionals.

  • 00:28

    DiSC: Thrive At Work Using this Behavioral Assessment Tool!

    in Business

    Join us today on Women Leading the Way Radio as Cecile Bereal, your host of Serving up Diversity, interviews Jan Slater, Founder of CareerConnection.me.


    Jan is serving up a discussion on the behavioral assessment tool DiSC. Jan suggests DiSC is a tool your company can use to help team members thrive at work, help manage conflicts by understanding your employees different styles of communication, interaction and how they view the world. Learn how you can use DiSC to become more aware of these differences and relate better with others at work.


    Jan Slater has been a career coach for 35 years.  For the past 20 years she has specialized in working with CEO’s and executive teams.  Jan loves to work with tools that give the participants useful information about themselves and others.  When someone has the ability to understand themselves and everyone around them they can develop new strategies for inspiring and motivating all employees.  Leaders can’t rely on the old “do I as tell you” model.  They need to customize their approach to everyone!


    Cecile Bereal is your host of Serving Up Diversity, a show designed to showcase the value of diversity and inclusion in the workplace and to examine best practices among stellar companies striving for a cohesive and diverse workforce.

  • 00:32

    Natalie's Story

    in Health

    Our guest, Natalie Graniela, is a Postural Alignment Specialist certified by Egoscue University. The school is named for Pete Egoscue who, after being seriously injured in the Vietnam War, created a system of corrective exercise that stops chronic joint pain and muscle pain by restoring good posture. Natalie tells us, "Postural Therapy looks at the body as a unit and targets the cause of the problem not just the part of the body where you are hurting. Through exercise, Postural Therapy restores the body to its proper alignment and function, the way it was designed, pain-free without limitations”. Natalie was professional modern dancer with the Erick Hawkins Dance Company. After her dance career, she spent 26 years working for corporate America and she realized, “my chronic neck, back and hip pain was triggered by the 40 hour workweek sitting at a desk”. She goes on to say, "I was introduced to Egoscue and in the first session I experienced  instant pain relief and now I teach Postural Therapy as my work and dance Argentine tango for pleasure”.

  • 00:57

    WPH: Sarah K Interviews Corinne on How to Sew for Profit

    in Women

    There was a day and age when every young girl was taught to sew in their Home Economics class at school, if not at home with their mom or grandma. But those days have long since gone by; and today, someone that can sew has a world of opportunity to make money working from home. How much money you can make depends on your skill level, equipment, availability to do jobs quickly, and your creativity.


    A basic sewing machine and the ability to repair torn seams,replace zippers,hem garments, and/or make simple alterations is enough to get you started.More advanced skills and equipment will be required to offer higher quality services.


    You’ll need to start by determining what kind of sewing you enjoy and want to do on a regular basis. You may want to start with something simple, and work your way up as your speed and skill increase.


    Here is a short list of sewing projects just to get you thinking about what could bring you a regular source of income:


    – Minor repairs and alterations.


    – Home decor items (pillows, blankets, curtains, drapes, place mats, napkins).


    – Bags, totes, purses.


    – Soft children’s toys.


    – Doll clothes.


    – Receiving blankets.


    – Aprons.


    – Canvas items for boats, yachts, camping.


    – Banners (shops that produce printed banners usually need to have raw edges finished).


    – Wedding gowns, veils, bridesmaid dresses.


    – Prom or fancy party dresses.


    – Suits, vests, ties,cumberbunds (cummerbunds).


    – Custom outfits for choral groups, dance teams, drill teams, karate classes,period reenactment groups, local sports teams,etc.

  • 03:56

    The Matt Duffin Show - Debbie Wilson (enough said)...

    in Radio

    Away from the Miracle League baseball diamonds, physically but not yet mentally, and back in the Downtown Milton Studio where hopefully this week the other end of the studio works.  Sorry we missed the ADA's birthday and guests last week, but Forward Ho!  (I despise problems I can't fix!)


     


    National Patient Activist and Brain Injury Survivor Debbie Wilson joins in tonight, and yes, its been a while since she's been here.  Remember,  five months was wiped out of my world over the winter,  Medical Cannabis Month was gathered into one week.  With Sue Root, TMDS 'Stars' of words to the chronically ill.  OK, Kevin Phillips too, when the Marine will participate on Sundays!  (He does, Kevin's a great friend of mine - just kidding).  


     


    Debbie has a 'surprise' announcement,to be released tonight media wise on our show for all chronic patients to hear about.  Caregivers too.  (


    Shhhh, quit Matt - this will be fun!)

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