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On July 26th at 10:00 PM (EDT), Michael Tiller presents the classic Password game for 4 players, two of whom give one-word clues to passwords in varying amounts of points. Halfway through the show, point values double, and the team with the most points at the end of the show plays a category version of the Lightning round for the Password Jackpot. It all happens at 10:00 PM (EDT), so don't miss out!
The Maternal Manager opens up with interviewer Stephanie Nivinskus on the needs of today's moms. Moms are their own worst critics. Sometimes they need a dose of encouragement and a few coping tools to gain the confidence to become the moms they want to be. She discusses what a Mommy Coach is and why humor and light heartedness can help moms overcome some of the most difficult situations. Sometimes moms don't need the experts, they need another mom who has been there and can help them navigate the sea of motherhood without drowning in dispare.
What would you say if you could talk with your teenage self? The Maternal Manager returns to the 1980's to chat with teenage Mindi about her plans for the future and Mindi wants to know what the future looks like. Did she become a super model/actress/spy/detective? Did she marry a wealthy guy like on Dynasty or an adventurous modern Indiana Jones?
The Maternal Manager confesses she has the exciting career of being a Mom. Yes, she grew up to become her Mom. It's an adventure saving the future.
SHOW NOTES: Our MANAGEMENT MAGICIANS™ series is dedicated to those exceptional few who step forward to serve as guides, sages and responsible parties for others in pursuit of the greater good for society and their organization! In this episode, our topic is, "How to effectively avoid the ‘Mean Manager Syndrome’!”
Remember, most people do not want to be managers (aka “the boss”)! The “Mean Manager Syndrome” often is a result of a person who never should have accepted (or continue to accept) a management position as it overloads them (in terms of time, stress, skills, emotional outlay, etc.). You will not experience the syndrome if you:
1) Do not accept a position as a manager if it is “too much” (of anything).
2) If you do accept a position as a manager (or continue to accept one), understand that your goal is for your team to view you as “tough but fair.” When this is achieved you will not be viewed as mean but as someone who cares (about the organization, getting the work done the right way, yourself, and them).
Here are your tools to reach this goal of being “tough but fair”:
- Care about yourself (physically, emotionally, etc.). When you are kind to yourself, you are kind to others.
- Smile (or show humor in a manner that fits your personality and demeanor)
- Demonstrate that you care about the organization and the team (with actions not simply words)
- Hold yourself accountable…and everyone else to the same rules (no favorites or special treatment).
- Consistency, Confidentiality and Compliance are your code of conduct.
CAUTION: If a manager is not fair, they FAIL as a manager.
Stunner Wrestling Inc. was created by fans for fans! Listen to the podcast by going to http://www.blogtalkradio.com/aow_productions or by calling our My TeleSpace hotline at (832) 999-8112. We feed off your feedback so feel free to leave us messages on Myspace at http://www.myspace.com/stunnerwrestlinginc, e-mail us at email@example.com or leave a feedback message on My TeleSpace and tell us what you do and don't want to hear on the show every week. We would like to meet and speak with all of our fans someday! We would also like to meet and have the opportunity to interview anyone who is directly involved in the pro-wrestling world. So, if you’re a pro-wrestler, booker, referee or manager interested in being interviewed on the show please us leave your contact information. Also, be sure to visit our website at http://stunnerwrestling.webs.com and our Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/stunner8112 and follow us on Twitter at http://www.twitter.com/stunner8112.
Join Brian "Cat" Catanzaro, Paul Picken and Brian Miller for all your up to the minute Miami Dolphins news! The 2014 NFL season is set to begin and we'll have all the coverage to catch you up in our return to the air, as well as any notable news stories, rumors and more.
On tonight's episode, we'll be joined by the Miami Dolphins own Jamie Quadrozzi (Manager of Game Entertainment and Cheerleader Media) who is organizing the Dolphins first ever "Out of Town Fan Club Meet Up" at the stadium, discussing what that event means to the fans and what they can expect. (If you have an out of town fan club, and haven't been reached out to as of yet, please email DolFanEncounters@gmail.com with your club info after the show)
We'll be taking your calls during the show with any questions or thoughts you have on the Fins. If you have questions or comments, you can reach us at directly at 714-333-3302 or you can Tweet our show @OnTheFinSide using hashtag #FinSideQ
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Do you think you may never succeed? Are you struggling with fear of failure? The fear of failure can be immobilizing, as it can cause you to do nothing, and therefore resist moving forward. When you allow fear to stop your forward progress in life, you're likely to miss some great opportunities. Either you are a speaker, teacher, musician, manager, professional, you can conquer your fear.
Learn from this episode the practical principles to overcome any fear you have.
Listen at WOLB 1010 AM station, 347-989-1700. 5pm ET
Host Deardra Shuler talks to Charles Bobbit, James Brown friend and manager. Bobbit will talk about his rags to riches story with Deardra. Bobbit also managed Michael Jackson and was the personal advisor to President Omar Bongo of Gabon. Born in 1930, in the back woods of North Carolina, Charles was whisked to Brooklyn, NY by his eldest sister after the loss of his mother to cancer. During his young adult years, he worked as a porter. He later worked for the New York City Transit Authority, laying rails at night. Later he deemed the entertainment industry was an escape from menial labor, although he could neither sing nor dance.
Mr. Bobbit’s first introduction to the realization of his dream was when he first saw Mr. James Brown, “The Godfather of Soul” perform at the Apollo Theatre in Harlem, NY. He was awestruck and proclaimed to his wife that he would one day work as Brown’s Personal Manager. Although thwarted originally, by 1965, he won a job as James Brown's valet and later became Brown's friend and manager up to the day Brown died. The book, "Making it Happen," tells Brown and Bobbitt's story. It was Mr Bobbit who gave James Brown the title, “Godfather of Soul.” Bobbit was instrumental in the arrangement of “Say it Loud, I’m Black and I’m Proud.” and the musical scores for the movie, “Black Caesar,” starring Fred Williamson. Bobbit met President Omar Bongo of Gabon and worked with Bongo's son cutting a few albums. The family hired Bobbit as their advisor taking Bobbit to heights that he couldn’t even imagine. He later worked with Michael Jackson becoming his friend and confidante.
In this radio show, we interview Mr. Toby Rush, Founder and CEO of EyeVerify, LLC, based out of Kansas City, KS. This company has a very unique solution in that it focuses upon examining the blood vessel pattern in the whites of the eye (also known as the "Sclera") in order to confirm the identity of an individual. The eye also possesses the iris (which is located at the front), as well as the retina (which is located in the back). There are vendors in this space whom also make identification solutions, known as iris recognition and retinal recognition, respectively. We will find out out from Mr. Rush what makes their product stand out from these solutions. EyeVerify mostly focuses upon the mobile and wireless application markets, making it easier for the end user to gain access to their smartphone, rather than having to type in a password each and every time. EyeVerify is also the recipient of a recent $6 million dollar investment, and we will find out how that money will be used to propel EyeVerify into the future.
Finally, we will hear from Mr. Rush about his thoughts into the future of Virtual Payments made from Smartphones, and how EyeVerify's solution can fit into that market space.
The interview of hip hop manager and former ROH manager Julius Smokes.Hosted by Wayne Benitez
What does each generation have to offer another? Can we as elders learn from the babies and teens and young adults? What can we offer the younger generation? Do you take the time to really listen to what someone older or younger has to say?
Maybe if we all slowed down for a bit and really listened we might actually learn something or be able to guide someone who really needs the guidance.
You can get a hold of Lydia, Nina and Brenda at lnbp2e.com or email at firstname.lastname@example.org We look forward to your comments or show suggestions.
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