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I'd like to address my feminist folks out there with some of my thoughts.
I'll kick a little talk on your male co-workers, patriarchal values, and what is NOT an apology.
I'll also read from a blog by my friend in the social networks which I'll link to below.
I put the Rhym-o-Graphy at the end because now I'll be going into songs/tracks I did between the ages of 19-21. (I'm 30 now) and I don't want to drive listeners away with the way I address certain things in those years. I was very apathetic and literally "ignorant".
Winnetka, IL – Recent Gallup study figures estimate that 70 percent of the workforce is disengaged and only 1 in 10 people naturally know how to motivate their team. So what is the actual cost of a disengaged workforce?
Companies fold because of poor leadership, and each year, billions of dollars are wasted hiring the wrong people and not developing the right ones. That translates into missed opportunities, not seeing where an organization can be innovative and lean to remain ahead of its competition. The response has equally been shortsighted; businesses often implement new strategies that do not last and lose money hand over fist.
Sehaam Caselberg is the founder of SC Coaching and Consulting, where she specializes in organizational culture revitalization and transformation. As an expert in organizational development, Sehaam focuses on aligning the values of a company’s people with its overall strategy.
“Employees look to senior management to model the way,” explains Sehaam. “If we can’t align our decision making with our values, we’re compromising ourselves, we can’t make good decisions. We need to be able to identify with the culture of the organization. If I can’t do that and I’m leading other people, they can’t do it either.”
Sehaam works with senior leaders and their teams to establish a foundation and hold them accountable to the values they say are important to them.
“My role is to be a mirror and challenge them when I am observing behavior that doesn’t correspond to their values. Behavior shifts need to be embedded in an organization’s culture if they are to stick.”
For more information on SC Coaching and Consulting, visit http://www.sehaamcaselberg.com/
There is so much to talk about when it comes to spirituality. Which ofcourse means that we reached out to expert Dr. Rosie Kuhn for a third time! Luckily for all of us, she agreed to continue our conversation which we started with her multiple shows ago. This time she will help us address questions like:
What is spirituality?
Why is this an important topic for parents, grandparents, and for all of us?
What are some ways to clarify values for ourselves and our children?
How can we be in the world in such a way that children will follow our lead, and cultivate within themselves spiritual values and competencies?
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London, Ontario – We all seek the courage to strive through change, but if you can believe and act on what’s in your heart, courage comes naturally.
Carol Koziol is a self-described “courage coach” and the founder of Natural Courage, where she serves as a guide to help people experiencing change by naturally reconnecting their inner and outer world. Carol says she likes to work with people who are ready to turn their bucket lists into highlight reels.
“I reconnect people to their courage,” says Carol. “Everyone has natural courage so it’s about becoming aware of it by remembering our strengths, our values.”
According to Carol, there’s great wisdom in the cycles of nature and how people feel and respond to nature. A conversation over a desk is one thing; a walk on a path can produce totally different results. Carol is deeply passionate about the natural environment and will often weave nature into the work both as a metaphor and a modality.
“I used nature as a metaphor to catalyze change within me,” says Carol. “We come from nature. There’s no stress. There’s no intensity. It’s softer. It’s gentler. It’s what I’ve experienced and catalyzed and use with my clients.”
Carol is currently pursuing a PhD in ecopsychology, which studies the relationship between people and nature.
“The longest journey a person gets to make is the 18 inches from their head to their heart,” says Carol. “I often wonder if more people were encouraged to get out of their heads and find the courage to reconnect to their hearts, perhaps we would live in a better world.”
For more information on Natural Courage, visit http://www.naturalcourage.com/
Memorial Day: Self Interest & the Military
Every week Yaron Brook reviews significant headlines that impact freedom in various forms. Commenting from a philosophical view that man's greatest value is self, he brings unique perspective to the conversation, always ending the show with a positive sense of life.
Jasmine Sandler, CEO, Agent-cy Online Marketing
Agent-cy Online Marketing helps established small businesses, with an average annual revenue of $3million plus that struggle with driving results from online marketing achieve targeted online visibility and ongoing lead generation via strategic digital programs.
Jasmine Sandler is a global keynote speaker, trainer, author and consultant in Digital Marketing and Social Selling for global organizations. She is the Founder and CEO of Agent-cy Online Marketing, a Manhattan-based Online Branding agency, specializing in SEO since 2006. She has been named (2012, 2013, and 2014) as a Top 40 Global Digital Marketing Strategist in the industry, Top SEO consultant on Twitter and Top 17 Digital Influencers in Content Marketing.
"An ounce of action is worth more than one word." ~ Tracy Worley
Tribute to our Armed Forces, First Responders, And Un-Sung Heroes!
Values based leadership is influencing others; values based leadership is influencing through valued actions and creates a big leap to success. Values based leadership creates a strong team, client relations, and a culture where "everyone wants to work for you."
Join us as we discuss three key areas to creating your values based leadership model and creating a significant increase to your bottom line.
Share (all team members)?
Authentic values based leadership is doing what works for you and your organization. Value sets in your organization will be different than the competition down the street. Leading the same way you have always done without reflection creates a non-engaged culture; lead with valued integrity and everything else will fall into place to the next levels of success you could not see before.
Look UP and OUT!
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"By striving to perceive the world as animals do, we can enrich our own appreciation of life, enhance our character, nurture our relationships, improve our communication with others, reorder our values, and deepen our grasp of spirituality." - Dr. Vint Virga
For over 25 years, Dr. Vint Virga has been a distinguished practitioner and leader in veterinary medicine, recognized for his insights into our relationships with animals. His expertise spans the animal kingdom from dogs and cats to wild species such as leopards, gibbons, wolves, and giraffes. As the founding president of Veterinary Healing Arts, he has worked extensively with dogs, cats, and their human families on behavioral issues of concern to them and currently serves as a consultant to zoos and wild animal parks on the behavioral well-being and management of animals in their care. His book, "The Soul of All Living Creatures – What Animals Can Teach Us About Being Human," is a winner of the 2014 Nautilus Silver Book Award. Dr. Virga has appeared on ABC’s World News, National Geographic, PBS and on Wild TV.
Watch Dr. Virga’s Video – The Animal Whisperer. Visit www.vintvirga.com
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Teaching, truth, love and the bible - Welcome to The University Of The Painful Truth -
Do your calls, have sence and learn, about your self....
Yeshua, Jesus, prophecy, assembly, end times, deliverance, Preaching and teaching the Bible from its Hebrew perspective.
Call ins and questions welcomed.
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Philosopher Dr. Diana Hsieh will answer questions on philosophical underpinnings of fixed versus growth mindsets, John Galt's motor, acting rightly, and more on Sunday morning, 24 May 2015, at 8 am PT / 9 MT / 10 CT / 11 ET on Philosophy in Action Radio.
Question 1: What are the philosophical underpinnings of growth versus fixed mindsets?
Question 2: Was John Galt evil, wrong, or a jerk for not commercializing his motor?
Question 3: How can I learn to act on principles that I know to be true?
For the full questions and other details about this episode, visit its archive page.
For more from Dr. Diana Hsieh on the application of rational principles to the challenges of real life, visit PhilosophyInAction.com.
It's Memorial Day weekend here on Sports Time Radio, but Mr. Fantasy and The Big Jack are still here to help you with your fantasy baseball questions. It doesn't matter if you're a daily fantasy baseball player or just a yearly fantasy baseball player they'll be able to assist you with either format. Since they're both Fanduel players they'll look for good values on the site going into the day's games. Plus any other fantasy baseball help you might be looking for. All sports, all the time. You can foolow everyone on Twitter @Sportstimeradio @Mrfanofsports @Burketime and @Danzeeeman also check out www.Sportstimeradio.com
Does any organization bear its soul for the world? It does if it's Freemasonry. We are a pious bunch. "Piety" doesn't wear well anymore. We watch politicians jump ship, knowing the idealists have already jumped ahead of them. We barely tolerate manipulation of power, hubris and greed. We give men the resources to be free thinkers and present them with opportunity to rise above the clamour to find the bigger man
Forever we've recreated the external world in masonic values. We never stopped doing that; always hopeful using insight and reason to release potential. We've waited, generation after generation; stiff jawed protectors of 'the way" combating the bunk, junk and lizards.
Before the villagers rally and hunt us down here at Masonic Home Companion we really must talk. Are you noticing the glimmer of light too?
Each discovery, discussion and insight prepares the canvas on which we portray our lives. Today, when we build the cathedral, with pencil, protractor and ruler nearby, we work not in two dimension but three and even computer assisted. The WWW isn't not a new tool but it is renewed every time we use it. It brings the greatest libraries of the world to us. When we didn't have access, we went about our business perhaps less informed. But today we live a stones throw from the Tate Modern the Louve and the Hermitage and visit all in an afternoon. It is a testiment to the Craft to flow so much material to our students and reseachers. The geni is out of the bottle. Limits of imagination do not exist. The zeitgeist is about the fluid exchange of ideas. This exposes little of the practice of freemasonry which remains as shared experiences by small groups of men, a process of the intellect- achievement of awareness.