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MERRY CHRISTMAS & HAPPY NEW YEAR!
Welcome to Golf Talk Live!
Join me as I wind down the 2014 Season with two very special guests.
John Hughes – PGA Master Professional & Secretary, North Florida PGA Section
John Hughes, PGA Master Professional, is an Award-Winning Golf Instructor, Clinician, and Coach to golfers of all skill levels, as well as an accomplished speaker and author.
Later in the show, I'm joined by:
Pat Roque, The Business BoomerTM,
A savvy multi-preneur who lives her passion and loves golf. She has made the golf course her business school and the game of golf one of her lucrative enterprises. Through her Academy, the executive business and wellness coach creates unique keynote presentations and workshops. Eager students and business people who want to dramatically grow their bottom line while enjoying the sunshine, fresh air and the enriching social game of golf. Yes, even NON-golfers can grow profits through her fun and innovative programs.
Join us "Live" this Thursday at 6PM CST, right here on Golf Talk Live!
Note - Golf Talk Live will return on January 15th, 2015
Real Talk Live 216 is asking you but more importantly AMERICA, Do we as a country and as AMERICANS SUPPORT BLACK-OWNED BUSINESS. Why do blacks have the greatest purchasing power but have the least amount of black owned business/support? Why do some Americans shop in their own communities placing profit and revenue back into their communiies while others do not? Why is their such a disparity between Black Owned Business compared to others? We have often heard this saying IF IT AIN'T WHITE IT AIN'T RIGHT but what if there are more reason beyond race and color ask to the reasons why their is a lack of support fort black owned-business?
Real Talk Live 216 wants to have this conversation rather sooner than later. We all should support and partake in the AMERICAN DREAM and we all need to come together so this disparity and stereotypes can be changed. IS STARTS AND ENDS WITH US? It's time we change this mindset and get the American people and blacks to start supporting black business more. I know we can't change this way of thinking over night but we can change one or maybe some by having one conversation at a time.
This show will talk about some of the issues but will finish off with the solutions (ways in which we can support black business) It's time that black business like yours and others get the attention and spotlight in which they deserve. This is not a Black and White thing but a mindset that needs to change. It starts with us by opening up the dialogue and having the honest conversation.
Welcome to Golf Talk Live!
This episode was originally scheduled to air on November 20th, 2014, but due to technical issues will instead air "Live" this week.
This week on Golf Talk Live - Ruben Arzolla, Joe Arzolla plus Rory & Jennifer Erchul from "The Chute Trainer".
Here's a little about The Chute Trainer"
The idea and concept started in 2011 on the softball fields in Pocatello, Idaho. Founding partner and conceptual development person, Ruben Arzola, was looking for a way to increase his throwing ability without adding weights, spending a lot of time or money on a gym membership or purchasing useless gadgets that simply don’t work. While joking around with his brother, Joe, Ruben picked up a GI Joe doll with a parachute attached and threw it at his brother. The idea was born.
Later in the show: Donna White - Class A LPGA Tour Division, Class A LPGA Teaching and Club Professional Member & PGA Member who was just inducted into the LPGA T&CP Hall of Fame.
Also joining me is: Valerie Moore - LPGA / PGA Director of Instruction John Prince Golf Learning Center & Golf Professional Services, Inc.
Mary-Lee Cobick - Class A LPGA/CPGA, Vice-President, Golf Professional Services, Inc. Head Golf Professional, Okeeheelee Golf Course & President, Junior Golf Foundation of America.
To call in, Dial: (646) 716-4667 during the "Live" broadcast to speak with Ted & his guests.
Join me Thursday 6PM CST, right here on Golf Talk Live!
Dr. Mike Robinson, host of Parent Talk Live discusses literacy with Antavia Hamilton-Ochs a 9th grade teacher at Bartlett High School in Anchorage, AK and how her new project Running Out of Time: Emergency Literacy Intervention Requires Upgraded Technology will assist students to achieve in reading on today’s episode of Parent Brief.
SPORTS Chat On Location In Jamaica Live! Live on Location in Jamaica the Sports Chat.This is a very serious issue which we will address aggressively,” Paul said in a statement. He added that the union would be expanding its relationship with Kevin Johnson, the mayor of Sacramento, who is the chairman of a committee of businesspeople helping the union fill its vacant executive director position.
For his part, Johnson said, referring to a disturbing racially tinged conversation Sterling was said to have had with a female friend that was made public by the gossip website TMZ, “If the reports are true, there needs to be strong and swift action taken.”
Remarks Linked to Donald SterlingAPRIL 27, 2014
Paul happens to be the point guard and leader of the Los Angeles Clippers, owned by the octogenarian Sterling, a longtime behavioral embarrassment to the N.B.A. who now also looms as a business impediment. It was Paul who recruited Johnson, a former star player turned politician.
Join Dr. Mike Robinson, host of Parent Talk Live for this week’s Parent Brief discussion with Danielle M. McFadden and Cary M. Jones, executive officers of the NAACP Collegiate Chapter at the University of Missouri Kansas City about their continued efforts to bring awareness of the death of Michael Brown, Jr. and the role of youth in keeping the fight for justice alive.
Bio: Danielle McFadden is 21 years old, originally from St. Louis, MO. She is currently a senior at the University of Missouri-Kansas City, where she is studying Business Administration with an emphasis in Finance.
Bio: Carly is a graduate of St. Louis Community College - Florissant Valley where she received an Associates of Arts degree in Business Administration and General Transfer Studies. Cary M. Jones is a senior in the Henry W. Bloch School of Management, UMKC studying Business Administration emphasizing in Marketing.