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Comedian Jimmy Pardo is know for his wildly successful "Never Not Funny" podcast and for the 6th year, he is doing a "Pardcast-a-Thon" to raise money for "Smile Train", a charity that helps children with cleft palate gain something to smile about. The event has helped over 2,000 children across the planet.
Pardo will be doing his show at the ACME Theater in Los Angeles with guest such as Weird Al, Sarah Silverman, and Doug Benson, and the show will be streamed live on Youtube.
We will talk to Pardo about how the event has impacted him and how the "Never Not Funny" podcast has evolved over the years.
Join Diva Candace Gish, from Interviewing The Divas, each week as she speaks with other entrepreneurial women. Women who have chosen to be a Woman of Business, all while managing households, families and community.
Today, Thursday, Nov. 6th, at 10:30 am MT, Candace will speak with fellow Diva, Joanne Ward
Joanne is a Central AB, Canada woman who has chosen the path and lifestyle of an entrepreuner.
A busy Mom of 3. she decided years ago that she wanted to raise her own kids rather than have someone else do it. Being a creative person Joanne has many interests, in beauty and in health. These creative pursuits led her into being a makeup artist and image consultant plus, enjoying building MLM companies.
Her latest passion is with Javita - "changing peoples lives - one cup at a time".
We start with a quick chat with Dr. Nicole Jasper of Craziest Cases of the ERL Untold Stories. (He put his what where?!) Discovery Fit & Health and TLC will show you.
Jimmy Osmond, the youngest of the singing clan, is the keeper of a very special holiday tradition in Branson, Missouri. And, he's a great dad. Jimmy has taken the bedrock Osmond Family belief - that everyone has a special gift to share - and turned it into childrens' book; The Awesome Possum Band. Do you know a child who needs to know how special they are? (http://www.amazon.com/Awesome-Possum-Family-Jimmy-Osmond/dp/1621572110 ) The Awesome Possum Band comes with thoughtful exercises that encourage young spirits. Did you know the Osmonds created a foundation that has raised 5 billion dollars for children's charities? Listen in and meet the first Osmond to ever have a gold record and hear an Osmond memory you can sing along with.
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Matthew Grant is joined by special guest co-host from the 'Uncle Mike & Tom Show', Tom Richards for this very special interview. We're joined by the 'Zombie Princess' himself, Jimmy Jacobs. Jimmy joins us to talk about plenty including the House of Truth Wrestling School, breaking in with Alex Shelley & advice towards aspiring wrestlers, thoughts on WWE contacting him looking for male managers, his love for Triple H's work both in-ring & out of it with the development of NXT, thoughts on dropping the IWAMS Championship in the trash at AAW years ago, the infamous powerbomb with BJ Whitmer & if we was okay afterwards, his thoughts on being involved in a heel stable in almost every promotion, Adam Page's development in the past year & so much more!
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The Fighting Irish fan's BEST listen for in-depth coverage, interviews & analysis of Notre Dame Football and Irish Athletics
Down the Line
Hosted by the Irish experts: Jason Cripe, Tim Daniel & Steve Herring
TNNDN Network's flagship show and the 60 minutes that started it all. Airing LIVE every Tuesday, Down the Line is your place for game reviews, interviews, breaking news & more. Year-round focus on the legendary Fighting Irish Football Team with updates about ALL Irish sports and alumni doing great things.
Down the Line was started in an effort to bring Notre Dame fans together in supporting the Fighting Irish teams and their University's mission of giving back.
Down the Line regularly features charity & fundraising efforts with great causes that are directly affiliated with current students, alumni, and fans.
*This show is not affiliated in any with the University of Notre Dame or its Athletic Department.
BEST SELLING AUTHOR Liane Moriarty is with me! I've just binge-read ALL her books "Big Little Lies", "The Husband's Secret",
"The Last Anniversary", "Three Wishes", "What Alice Forgot" & "The Hypnotist's Love Story" and I'm so sad there isn't another one coming soon but I get to visit with Liane as a consolation.
Liane was born on a beautiful November day in 1966 in Sydney. A few hours after she was born, she smiled directly at her father through the nursery glass window, which is remarkable, seeing as most babies can’t even focus their eyes at that age.
Her first word was ‘glug’. This was faithfully recorded in the baby book kept by her mother. (As the eldest of six children, Liane was the only one to get a baby book so she likes to refer to it often.)
As a child, she loved to read, so much so that school friends would cruelly hide their books when she came to play. She still doesn’t know how to go to sleep at night without first reading a novel for a very long time in a very hot bath.
She can’t remember the first story she ever wrote, but she does remember her first publishing deal. Her father ‘commissioned’ her to write a novel for him and paid her an advance of $1.00. She wrote a three volume epic called, ‘The Mystery of Dead Man’s Island’After leaving school, Liane began a career in advertising and marketing. She became quite corporate for a while and wore suits and worried a lot about the size of her office. She eventually left her position as marketing manager of a legal publishing company to run her own (not especially successful) business called The Little Ad Agency. After that she worked as (a more successful, thankfully) freelance advertising..
Palm Springs, CA -- In recent years, we’ve seen an unprecedented paradigm shift: businesses are transitioning from the traditional chain-of-command management model to creating and sustaining a more collaborative, team-engaged culture.
Maureen Moriarty is the founder of Path to Change, an executive coaching practice dedicated to helping emerging managers and senior leaders to be more effective by enhancing their ability to lead, communicate and collaborate. Path to Change helps business leaders and managers improve leadership and team performance through organizational development consulting, executive coaching and leadership development training.
“True leadership is about inspiring people to do more than just show up,” says Moriarty. “It’s about challenging and supporting people to reach their potential and higher levels of excellence.”
A recent Gallup poll of more than one million employed U.S. workers concluded that the number one reason people quit their jobs is because of a bad boss or supervisor. Bad bosses often lack self-awareness. They don’t understand how their behavior negatively impacts their teams. According to Moriarty, it is your emotional intelligence – your capacity for self-awareness, adaptability and interpersonal communication, particularly under stress – that will ultimately determine your effectiveness as a leader.
“If you look at the research that’s been done on what derails leaders, it’s all connected to emotional intelligence,” says Moriarty. “I help my clients become more self-aware and more mindful of how their behaviors and actions impact people positively and negatively and how to be more effective under challenges. Great leaders are not born. They are molded, taught, guided and developed."
On today's episode of Getting Social with Miriam, Dr. JoAnne White will be interviewed.
Dr Jo Anne White is an International Award Winning Author, and the Executive Producer and Host of POWER YOU LIFE Radio & Television Shows. She’s a Certified Professional Coach, Business Consultant and Energy Master Teacher specializing in Innovation, Transformation and Energy Medicine. With 20+ years in Education, Business, Leadership and Energy Medicine, Dr Jo Anne is also the Owner and Founder of the Power Your Life Broadcasting Network and the Power U Online University.
Known globally as the “Success Doc”, she gets to the heart of what matters most to businesses and people, helping millions of men, women, families and businesses achieve their own dreams, and overcome personal and professional challenges to master their own success and triumph.
Dr White’s been featured online and in publications such as Good Housekeeping, More, and WebMD. She’s also appeared on Radio and Television Networks such as NBC, CBS, and FOX. With 20+ years in Education, Business, Leadership and Energy Medicine, International Award Winning Author, Dr Jo Anne White is the Executive Producer and Host of POWER YOU LIFE Radio & Television Shows. Dr White’s been featured online and in publications such as Good Housekeeping, More, and WebMD. She’s also appeared on Radio and Television Networks such as NBC, CBS, and FOX.
E265: Jimmy Ray, Karree Phillips, Johnathan East, Hunter Kennedy
Toronto, Ontario – Sustaining the ideal workplace begins with culture. Culture can take a business to soaring heights or lead it to mediocrity, or worse. Negative cultures tend to promote workforces that are disengaged, making it harder for them to achieve great results. Conversely, those organizations with positive cultures produce greater productivity, creativity and innovation, results that can readily be measured. Helping to design such positive corporate culture is the work of Soulzatwork.
Joanne and David McLean are the founders of Soulzatwork, a coaching and organizational change consultancy specializing in diagnosing perpetual organizational issues, and delivering customized team development programs and one-on-one executive leadership coaching.
“We are passionate about organizations being well and doing great business, however they measure their success,” says Joanne. “So we work with leaders who want to develop the relationship side of their business, believing that when they do, they will build a positive and productive culture.
“We believe going to work can be a joyful and meaningful experience,” adds David. “We help create the type of workplace where individuals feel honored and respected for the ways they contribute, where you can bring your whole self to your job and do great work every day.”
Soulzatwork’s guiding philosophy is that culture is ultimately determined by relationship dynamics, specifically with respect to leadership, team dynamics and shared accountability.
“This work can have a profound impact,” says David. “We’ve seen what negative culture produces. We work with organizations that are interested in creating positive, productive cultures so people in those organizations can experience their best selves and do their best work together, every day.”
With the wave Presidential Pen, up to five million people people will granted amnesty. In 2015 a Republican Congress takes office, the party that this progressive liberal President has blamed every social ill on, will now be in charge. This lame duck President is used to getting his way with a congress mostly controlled by liberal democrats, now his has no Congressional support, what will he do. Novemeber 5th a day after losing his democractically controlled senate, he appeared in Ferguson and met with the strong armed robbery suspect's family, killed while attacking a police officer in his patrol vehicle and among others was Al Sharpton and his race baiting crowd bent on stirring up the racial unrest pot. Our President did not call for calm, nor did he suggest they let justice, no social justice run its course, no he suggested that they " Stay the Course". That's is a chilling look into the next two years! What do you think? Join Jimmy, Bernie, and Guest Host Mark for the next edition of Let's Talk Justice America, today at 7:00PM EDT on theBlog Talk Radio Network.
The Jimmy Bell Story ... The Song “Saving Grace”
Born: James Allen Dzwonkowski on January 10, 1955 in Chicago Illinois.
I grew up in a two parent household until the age of 13 when my parents divorced,and enjoyed a fairly normal childhood aside from becoming rebellious once I reached my later teens.
In 1974 I joined Job Corp in Anaconda, Montana and spent a year in Big Sky Country.I fought forest fires with the crew up there, received my G.E.D. and became a certified welder.All this time still playing guitar when I wasn't studying.
Let the Craziness Begin: 1979I was introduced by a girlfriend to some musicians in Fort Collins, Colorado who had a band and needed a new lead singer. I auditioned and got the job! Can we say, all night parties, drugs,booze and living from place to place? Bars, gigs, college keg parties with hundreds of people attending to see us and other bands play. It didn't take long and I moved to Fort Collins.
Too much other stuff to list.