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Tina Tessina is a licensed psychotherapist in Southern California with 30 years’ experience in counseling individuals and couples. Known on the Web as Dr. Romance, Tina is also the author of 13 books in 16 languages, including "Money, Sex and Kids: Stop Fighting About the Three Things That Can Ruin Your Marriage", "Dr. Romance’s Guide to Dating In the Digital Age", and "The Real 13th Step: Discovering Confidence, Self-Reliance and Independence Beyond the 12-Step Programs". Join us for this important interview to learn how to become more indiependent and self-reliant in the recovery process.
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We receive many question of concern on Twitter, and by
e-mails from listeners with different situations and circumstances. On Topic which programs can they and could qualify for a mortgage loan. So we post on facebook, Twitter Instagram and Google some of these questions. We will gave tha answers on this show. Some answer some of you may not like. But the truth will be told. And a solution to your problem will be suggested. Tell a several friends about this show
We have three returning guests this morning, Eve Kelso, Jan Buike and Kate Nelson. These three ladies are responsible for the older adult programs offered by the City of Manhattan Beach
Eve Kelso is a Recreation Services Manager for the City of Manhattan Beach, overseeing the Dial-A-Ride, Older Adult and Volunteer programs. She has a Bachelor’s degree in Social Work and Master’s degree in Public Policy and Administration.
Kate Nelson began her career at Mira Costa as an English teacher in 1972. In succeeding years she became the Activities Director, Educational Advisor, and Vice-Principal. For five years she was the principal of the South Bay Adult School, and in 2000, took the position of Assistant Superintendent (Educational Services) for the Manhattan Beach Unified School District.
Jan Buike was raised in Michigan. She received Bachelor degrees in Social Work and Education from Michigan State University. After teaching for several years she went into the not for profit world, including InfoLine with United Way in Pontiac, Michigan and Assistant Director of an Emergency Services agency, Lighthouse. Jan moved to California in 1988.
So this morning, we’ll be talking about the various programs available to older adults in Manhattan Beach.
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Ashu Desai, our latest guest on IT Life Radio thinks college computer science programs are failing their students. He's founded a new kind of school to make the next generation of software developers that he thinks is more cost effective, faster, and most importantly, makes better developers than traditional IT programs from four year universities.
Ashu thinks that developers aren't getting enough hands on experience or managing enough projects in college, and that the teachers they get are more interested in research than teaching. Desai knows first-hand. He dropped out of a college program himself when he realized he had learned far more from designing his own app than he was learning in school. After a few successful years as an IT pro, he decided to fix the problems he has seen. He founded Make School.
According to Desai, Make School is designed to work more like a startup than a school. The "campus" looks like any office of a San Francisco startup. And the students spend part of their day in lectures and part of the day working on projects of their own. In other words, they get the startup experience. They've only had one class so far, but most of those folks are working and some are making well above the average salary for developers coming out of college and they're doing it in less time.
The kicker? There is no tuition. Make School has a different business plan. Instead of taking money from you before you've made any they defer the tuition and then take a percentage of your salary in your first years after they get you a job. No job? No tuition.
Ashu Desai is one of the founders of Make School, a university replacement for computer science. He attended UCLA to study computer science before dropping out to join Y Combinator and found Make School in hopes of improving computer science education.
How is it that some people wind up on top of the social heap and others wind up on the bottom? This question, which sociologists refer to as social mobility, has been studied for decades. Recently, the prominent sociologist Robert Putnam has published a new book that examines social mobility, income equality and the American Dream.
What he uncovers is disturbing. Putnam says that social mobility is poised to plunge in the years ahead, shattering the American Dream.
Why is this so and what can be done about it?
On Friday, May 29, at 9:00 a.m. (PDT) I will be discussing this topic with my guest Mary Fernandez, the President of MentorNet, a division of Great Minds in STEM™. MentorNet implements a national, guided, one-to-one mentoring program that matches STEM students with STEM professionals in high-quality, virtual mentorships. By the way, STEM is the acronym for science, technology, engineering and math.
This podcast is produced in cooperation with the University of Massachusetts at Boston's Chronicle of Evidence-Based Mentoring and Vince Reardon.
Veteran Bodybuilder Johnathan Johnson, owner of Powerful Permission Fitness will discuss his achievements, training, and programs.
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Dieting and weight loss typically mean deprivation especially when food and social meals also satisfy emotional desires and entertainment purposes. However, once an individual has attained a healthy metabolism, healthy muscle to fat ratio (BMI-Body Mass Index), quality sleeping, regular activities, and an easy as well as conscious food selection, then social eating, eating for entertainment or delight or even the periodic emotional eating does not typically cause weight gain problems. So, lets configure weight loss programs which actually promote a good metabolism along side periodic emotional eating moments. Dr. Carol Francis, author of over 10 books with "If You Can't Stop Eating, Maybe You're Hungry: Reset Your Cravings" and "Evolving Women's Consciousness: Dialogues with 21st Century Women" are two books most related to weight loss and conscious living related to eating. Dr. Carol Francis can be contacted at drcarolfrancis.com or at 310-543-1824 as a Clinical Psychologist, Marriage, Family & Child Therapist and Certified Medical Hypnotherapist, practicing in Los Angeles Beach Cities communities.
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Today on "It's My House" shall discuss the distinctions between "Social Capital" vs "Social Programs". The primary distinction between the two is that Social Programs pay a person (not to produce). If you have Social Capital you produce.
We shall also ask the questions:
Can U pass on "generational wealth" with Social Programs ?
Can U pass on "generational wealth" with Social Capital ?
After we answer those questions, we shall discuss HOW anyone can generate social capital TODAY and how we can organize TODAY to pass that "Social Wealth" into the future.
If you are a business owner or human resources professional, you may have been aware of employees who are struggling with addictions or are mentally unstable. It may be a problem for his manager because it interferes with his/her performance on the job. He/she may be very skilled at what they do, but their tardiness or excessive absenteeism is affecting company profits and the overall morale of his/her co-workers. Fortunately, there is a program which is gaining in popularity which may be able to help you. In this session, I discuss the Employee Assistance programs which many health insurance companies offer to employers.
Al Killeen is the President, CEO, and Founder of Integrative Mastery Programs. The business is a set of integrated programs and training for successful executives and organizations that focuses on
Leadership, Management and Coaching to create empowered, zealous cultures based on values.
1. What is different about IMP?
2. Who are typical IMP clients?
3. How effective is the IMP system?
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Renovation Loan Programs- only 5% down- Expert Ed Naworol joins us in discussing Homepath,
Renovation loans when purchasing. Do and don'ts, Nationwide financing where you use little of your
own money, get money for repairs and they are not only FHA 203k loans, but loans without PMI.
Also if you are an agent/broker tips on making 2015 your best year!!! Excellent for buyers all the way
around. Ed has over 25 years in the industry.
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