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Mrs. Joyce Kyles, CEO of JP Connections, a web design and writing services company. She is the Founder of Walking Into A New Life, Inc., a nonprofit organization whose mission is to stop domestic violence and help stabilize victims. She is Nationally Credentialed as a certified Domestic Violence Advocate. As a domestic violence victim turned survivor and advocate, the facilitator, speaker, presenter and panelist routinely hosts events designed to educate, inspire and inform communities about the importance of establishing holistic health and wellness, self worth & tangible self sufficiency. She has received a number of awards, nominations & acknowledgments for her efforts as an entrepreneur and advocate, including proclamations from the City of Memphis & Shelby County Mayors, as well as an official letter of support from Congressman Steve Cohen. She works with a number of individuals, businesses and organizations locally, while maintaining national relationships, including Mr. Anthony Porter, international lecturer, author and co-founder of A Call To Men, whose work involves the behaviors of men and domestic violence. In August, 2013, she was asked to participate in the Praxis International Advocacy Learning Academy, an 18th month program providing extensive training and examination of the issues surrounding domestic violence and sexual assault.
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Pardon the Interruption is hosted by GZL GM's Anthony Fernandez and Ian Coyle and covers all of the newsworthy events spanning the '08 Madden GM league. Based on the ESPN TV Show, the two controversial hosts bicker through top headlines, numerous popular PTI game segments and other pop culture topics. On tap this week: Headlines, Toss Up, Oddsmakers, Over Under, and Happy Time.
Anita Kruse made a proposal to Carol Herron, the Director of the Arts in Medicine Program, in December of 2004, and they began the process of creating a unique experience for the children being treated at Texas Children's Cancer and Hematology Centers and their siblings.
Purple Songs Can Fly was founded, and I began working with the first child on March 21, 2006. The children’s songs are copied on purple CDs and flown by participating passengers, pilots and astronauts to places on earth and into space.
Grab some tissues and join me as I speak to this remarkable woman and I am hopeful, we will have at least one join us.
Chefjimi Patricola is back from the European Blues Cruise and will enthrall us with tales of Blues on the open seas and more on the Blues411 Report.
Jeff Dale was born and raised on the south side of Chicago and was taught how to play the blues by two itinerant blues musicians from the west side when he was 13 years old. He ended up in Southern California, recording and playing until 1988 when he disappeared.
He is back now with his band, the South Woodlawners and their new album is entitled Good Music. I will chat with Jeff, try and find out what was going on during that 20 year absence and listen to his music.
JP Soars has sat On The Couch twice. The first time in 2013 and then last year with Southern Hospitality. Tonight he is back to talk about his latest release Full Moon Night In Memphis, a fantastic collection of songs by a talented musician.
"Musicians You Should Know"
Words connect us and if blogging is an art form, great blogging can create the Mona Lisa! Join us as we engage in authentic conversation with expert bloggers who are offering actionable steps for improving your blog and business. Do you want to demystify blogging and understand all those great acronyms? Here to explain, we are... Blogfully Yours with hosts Elise Cohen Ho and Jennifer K. Taylor.
Today's featured Blogger(s): Award winning author of the Little Boy Lost series, Aaron and other quality gay fiction, JP Barnaby is described as brilliant but troubled, sweet but introverted, and talented but deviant. Kage Alan is the comedic, sushi-eating, Blu-Ray buying author of several GLBT novels and short stories. He lives with his half Asian husband and fears his husband's evil Chinese Grandmonster.
And visit Kage's blog here! http://www.kagealan.com/blog/ And J P's blog here! http://www.jpbarnaby.com/
Blogfully Yours is produced by WON Radio as part of Writers Online Network (WON). More information about WON is available at www.writersonlinenetwork.org They can also be found on Facebook and Twitter @won_radio and @writersonnet
Somewhere between herding sheep and herding sharks lies the manager's most effective method of gathering his team into a motivated decision-making process. Host Bart Jackson is joined by guest John Sarno, author, professor, and CEO of the Employers Association of New Jersey. Together, they discuss the workable practices for sparking the best of your team's little gray cells, and avoid letting the solutions-seeking effort fall into GroupThink default. In a humorous back-and-forth banter, this and other topics from John Sarno's upcoming book will provide leaders with a load of guidance and a lot of fun.
JP Maroney is an American entrepreneur and CEO of Marocom Group, a collection of companies and joint ventures involved in publishing, media, training, consulting and internet commerce.
Self-described as a serial business-builder, JP started his first venture at age 19. Soon after marrying, JP and his wife, Tonya, launched an advertising and marketing agency that created print media and eventually ventured into radio marketing campaigns.
At age 22, JP and Tonya created their first magazine, a travel-oriented publication called Escape Magazine. That led to JP buying a weekly classifieds marketing newspaper called PennyWise.
At age 25, JP lost everything — went bankrupt, and had to scramble to survive — working as a waiter, shoe salesman and pizza deliveryman. But, his fortune changed when he started publishing another magazine, then sold it in 1999.
Then JP launched yet another business as a speaker, author and publisher of training programs. Today, as co-founder and Chairman of Marocom Group, JP controls ventures in publishing, media, training, consulting and internet commerce.
A thorough researcher, writer and best-selling author, JP is the author or co-author of more than 30 books and audio/video learning systems. His articles and columns appear in dozens of print and online publications throughout the US and Internationally. He has also collaborated, organized and published business and self-improvement books with more than 70 other speakers, trainers and consultants.
A frequent keynote and seminar speaker, JP has lived through what most speakers can only “talk” about. He teaches proven principles, ideas and strategies that have been hammered out on the anvil of experience.
The average tenure for a CEO is 5-1/2 years—and nearly 40 percent are fired wtihin their first 18 months.
Successful CEO and entrepreneur Joel Trammell has defied those statistics and now shares his insights in a brand new book called The CEO Tightrope: How to Master the Balancing Act of a Successful CEO.
In this episode, Joel joins host Kelly Scanlon to share these timely and practical insights:
The top three challenges CEOs face
The best metrics for measuring performance
How aspiring CEOs can best prepare for the role
The exact responsibilities of a CEO
How to get employees to align with corporate goals
. . . and a host of other tips and information for balancing the CEO tightrope.
Listen to more podcasts from host Kelly Scanlon in the archives.
Dara Richardson-Heron, M.D. is the CEO of the YWCA USA, leading one of the nation’s oldest and largest multicultural organizations promoting solutions to enhance the lives of women, girls and families. For more than 150 years, the YWCA has dedicated its efforts to eliminating racism and empowering women focusing on economic empowerment, racial justice and health and safety. The YWCA is also the largest provider of domestic violence services and women’s shelters in the nation, serving 500,000 women and children annually.
Richardson-Heron joined the YWCA USA in December 2012 with more than 20 years of leadership and management experience in the healthcare, corporate and nonprofit sectors. With her teams, she works to develop and implement innovative and value added supports for the 229 YWCA local associations throughout the country that offer community-based services in over 1,300 locations.
In May 2013, she was named one of the “21 Leaders for the 21st Century” by Women’s eNews and in August 2013, she was listed on The Nonprofit Times “Power & Influence Top 50” list.
Richardson-Heron received a Doctorate in Medicine from New York University School of Medicine and a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Biology at Barnard College of Columbia University. She also completed a Human Resources Executive Program at the University of Michigan.
Dr. Chaps reports on these important issues:
* Remembrance and honoring the passing of 93-year-old founder of Chick-Fil-A and Christian philanthropist, S. Truett Cathy.
* Interview with Fred Sievert, CEO of a Fortune 100 company, who explains how God can be revealed.
Ricky Brava will speak with Alex Goldovsky who is the nation’s leader in the Nationwide Title Search Market.
Ricky will ask Alex everything you ever wanted to know about the title search business.
This will be an exciting interview that will give you a better understanding of how to use this important part of your due diligence practice.
A must show for all the Real Estate professionals/investors Etc.
Alex Goldovsky is the CEO at ProTitleUSA
Alex Goldovsky, Founder and CEO of ProTitleUSA - a leader in Nationwide Title Search Market, servicing Fannie Mae, Bank of America, Wells Fargo, Colony, FDIC, IRS, SBA, First American, Apollo Financial Group and many others clients.
Specialties: NPNs, Performing, and Structured Bulk Loan Sales Due Diligence: ProTitleUSA has tailored its work flow to meet today's market requirements for Distressed and performing assets. In fact, we launched a new service for distressed assets specifically: Demolition-Tax Sale-Redemption-Bankruptcy search which addresses a major fall-out from the NPN loan pools. Our turn time is unprecedented.
One-stop-shop: We have developed a network of partners that will help in Title due diligence, title curative work, recording, document preparation, BPOs, AVMs, asset pool closing services.
Some of the products ProTitleUSA offers:
- Nationwide Residential and Commercial title searches
- Statewide UCC Secretary of State searches
- Demolition, Tax Sale searches, Bankruptcy
- Title Insurance, Securitization search, Seminars, NPN / Performing / Structured asset title due diligence
Martine Aliana Rothblatt (born 1954 as Martin Rothblatt) is an American lawyer, author, and entrepreneur. Rothblatt graduated from UCLA with a combined law and MBA degree in 1981, then began work in Washington, D.C., first in the field of communication satellite law, and eventually in life sciences projects like the Human Genome Project. She is currently the founder and CEO of United Therapeutics Corp. and is the highest-paid female executive in the United States.
Rothblatt is responsible for launching several communications satellite companies. Martine Rothblatt has been an outspoken advocate of transgender people since the 1990s. She wrote the 1995 book “The Apartheid of Sex: A Manifesto on the Freedom of Gender."
Wine may be bottled poetry and elegant joy, but it stands as one of the toughest business operations to bring to fruition. In celebration of harvest time and New Jersey Wine Week, host Bart Jackson invites Larry Sharrott, president of the Garden State Winegrowers Association and owner of Sharrott Winery to discuss the business side of titilating your palate. Winemaking is regulated heavily by the hand of law, blessed by the god Bacchus, and, often as not, cursed by winds of fate and weather. New Jersey vintners have been steadily advancing the overdue respect for Garden State wines - an amazingly clever tale of branding. Tune in and learn how farmers survive and thrive making the beverage the whole globe enjoys.