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University of Minnesota’s head volleyball coach Hugh McCutcheon joined us to talk about the love of sport and how to properly develop young athletes. Coach shared his story growing up in New Zealand playing multiple different sports and developing over his lifetime a love for volleyball. He talked about how he came to focus on one sport, volleyball, his transition to coaching and some of his principles of success.
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Coach Hugh McCutcheon Bio:
Hugh McCutcheon enters his third year at the helm of Golden Gopher Volleyball. Completing two seasons as the Gopher head coach, McCutcheon has led Minnesota a 56-15 record, named the 2013 AVCA North Region Coach of the Year and has coached three individuals to All-America honors in the past season seasons. Complete bio
Who kinew another shoe was coming after Citizens United dropped. The SCOTUS' big thud was McCutcheon v. FEC. This dramatically reaises individual contributions to candidates by the nature of 30 times.
Lisa Rosenberg, the Sunlight Foundation's government affairs consultant, joins us to discuss what it means, and maybe what we can do about it. She has been monitoring the case and related ones.
We'll talk campaign finance, billionaires, buying elections, and the First Amendment.
Today's Show: At 1:30 P.M. CST Cynthia will share her journey of faith with the word expect. Sometimes we find ourselves in different seasons of life, whether it be Spring, Summer, Fall or Winter, but through it all God calls us to expect Him.
Our special guest is Jim McCutcheon Owner and CEO of HighGrove Partners, a $15 million company that provides Land Services, Landscape Maintenance and Water Management to commercial clients in the Metropolitan Atlanta area.
So many landscape companies don’t have a clear vision of who they are and what business they are really in or what business they should be in. For those that do have some sort of mission statement most have not articulated that ideal to their employees to help them understand who and what the company stands for.
In 2005 McCutcheon recognized that this was the situation at HighGrove Partners and changed his business model from that of landscape company that provides maintenance services to a service company that does landscape maintenance
On tonight’s show we are going to discuss:
What is the role of an owner and CEO? How can you differentiate yourself in a competitive market place? What is a service company? How do you develop a mission statement? Water management opportunities for the "green industry" Please join us tonight at 7:00 p.m. EST
On this episode of Eating for Meaning, Dr. Millie interviews Ron Eichner, egg farmer and poultry, sauerkraut maker, raw milk advocate and visionary of The Farm Wellness Center.
Ron Eichner is an avid producer of high quality organic poultry and eggs. He also sells organic vegetables, baked goods and home-made sauerkraut from his rural Pennsylvania Farm.Family owned and operated, Eichner's Family Farm has been serving the Wexford, PA hills since 1932. Operating on 18 acres, located just off route 19 in Wexford, PA, they provide "The Freshest Eggs in the North Hills" as well as delicious fresh produce year round. We offer locally grown produce, fresh eggs, whole roasting chickens, and assorted pork products. In addition to these, we also offer items from Marburger's Dairy, McCutcheon's Preserves, and locally raised Honey. A conventional working farm, Eichner's Family Farm offers a little taste of the freshness of the country right in the backyard of the suburbs.
Let's find out what Ron Eichner's Wellness Center is all about and why he is advocating for Raw Milk.
Dr. Millie's Eating for Meaning Workbook which helps you change your relationship to food is available on Amazon US, UK, CA, and anywhere Amazon.com is sold. If you can wait for my birthday on March 15, it's free for one day!
We talk with Aquene Freechild of PublicCitizen about the Supreme Court's ruling in the McCutcheon vs FEC case. The decision has been criticized by reform advocates because it is opens the way to more unlimited amounts of money in politics.
Today's Show: What makes you come alive? Today at 1:30 CST Cynthia and guest Jennifer Hand talks about just that...coming alive. Jennifer is the founder of Coming Alive Ministries and has a passion for reaching out to women and inspiring them to come alive in Jesus.
Today's Show: Join us today at 1:30 CST as Cynthia's guest Kelly Master the director of Dining for Dignity talks about human trafficking and sexual exploitation. Kelly says, "Ignorance is no longer ignorance once you know the facts; it then becomes a choice.”
Today's Show: Join Cynthia at 1:30 pm CST as she chats with missionary to Haiti, Cara Smithson. Cara will share about her calling and her work at Hope Rising Children's Home.
Today's Show: Join us today at 1:30 CST as Cynthia talks with Life Coach Tammie White. Tammie is passionate about mentoring and coaching young women to deepen their relationship with Jesus. She also has a heart to help parents, especially moms, navigate through the tough stages of raising a teenage girl.
Professor Jake Rosenfeld author of What Unions No Longer Do, explains the reasons behind the declining power of unions, the history of American anti unionism, the role of Taft-Hartley in suppressing union power, why American unions are more decentralized, the structural obstacles … Continue reading →
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