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'RotobuzzGuy' Howard Bender and the Fantasy Judge Michael A. Stein continue with the 2015 MLB Positiona Previews with a look at starting pitching. What do you look for in a starter? What stats are you checking out? Do you like to grab an ace early or do you wait to build your rotation. These questions and plenty more will be answered in this episode.
We break down Matthew Modica's starting pitcher tiers and discuss how injuries have altered the landscape.
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Starting over yet again can be extremely overwhelming. It may be time to look at things from a different perspective. Why not look at it as starting anew. Because if you look at it as starting over then you are going to be making the exact same mistakes. Starting anew means everything is new, where you live, your jobs, your friends, your NEW LIFE. The mindset has to change to accept this new way of thinking of things as well. How can you look at things with this new perspective?? Let's talk about it.
In todays program, Claire Candy Hough and her angelic family, The Posse of Angels will share insights about starting over and starting anew in our lives and what to look out for that can propel us forward or hold us back.
Claire Candy Hough is a Licensed Reiki Master/Teacher, Angel Practitioner, international radio host on Angel Healing House Blog Talk Radio http://www.blogtalkradio.com/angel-healing-house, Author of "Angels of Faith" http://www.angelhealinghouse.com/angels-of-faith-book/ and a Writer. She communicates directly with her angelic family, 'The Posse of Angels'. Through her international business Angel Healing House http://www.angelhealinghouse.com/ Claire Candy provides healing, empowerment and direction in a loving, honest and no-nonsense manner. Her clients receive very practical advice to positively and proactively transform their lives to peace, joy and self-love.
Be Prepared to be Inspired, Enlightened and Uplifted!!!
Guests: Deborah (Debbie) Dalin Guyer, MA Executive Director of the Greater St. Louis American Parkinson Disease Association (APDA), and Kelly and Pete Gaylord, co-facilitators of an active Parkinson’s disease support group located in Punta Gorda, Florida.
Ms. Guyer has been the Coordinator for the Information & Referral Center of the APDA at Washington University School of Medicine, one of eight APDA Centers for Advanced Parkinson Research, and served previously on the Board of Directors for 10 years, chairing the patient services committee.Her educational background includes a Masters degree in Speech Pathology, and she has been involved in running support groups and advocating for individuals with communication, voice, and swallowing deficits.
Pete Gaylord was diagnosed with Parkinson's disease in 2001 at the age of 46, and he made a key decision to meet the disease head on, doing whatever he could to slow the progression. Pete lives by example, teaching weekly exercise and balance classess to persons with PD.
Pete and his artist wife,Kelly are actively involved in the community, and two years ago began a PD support group that is growing strong.
Please join me and my guests as we discuss the ins and outs of starting and maintaining a PD support group.
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DO YOU WANT TO BE SELF-EMPLOYED? DO YOU NEED A PART-TIME JOB? DO YOU SIMPLY JUST HATE YOUR BOSS?
Then this is the episode for you. It's time to do your own thing.
Join Alex Primo & Asha Zuri Thursday April 23 at 9 pm EST as we explore how to start a business.
We will take you down through the ten simple steps it takes to get up and running. We will discuss business plans, how to choose locations, financing your new business, determining the legal structure of your new endeavor, and even getting a tax ID number.
As Melanated People we must understand that no other group of people is ever going to take care of us as a race. You haven't seen it in your lifetime and you never will. I mean, do you really expect people that don't like or value you to give you the best things that this world has to offer?Of course not. That being said ... Time to get up and do what YOU gotta do. And part of that is creating our own jobs.
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And remember, always keep it clean and keep it on point. #One
Starting Point Zero - The IDES of May approach May15th and 16th the primary days. Discussion about the IDES and what they bring. Discussion about Comet Ison , Open Discussion.
Do you desire to start a business? Already operate a business? If you answered "yes" to either question, how does God desire that Christians construct and conduct business? We live in a culture that doesn't necessarily factor God into its business plans. Join us for a conversation with Amos Johnson Jr., PhD., founder of the God Idea Lab and his ministry, Church for Entrepreneurs. The God Idea Lab helps Christians prepare their God-given idea for business, or gives a fresh restart for those in business.Through his ministry, Amos trains entrepreneurs in God's Word to help them operate in faith to conquer the mountain of their God-given entrepreneurial calling. We'll discuss God's way of starting and doing business and why faith is essential on this joyful yet conceivably trepidatious journey. Have questions for Amos? Email questions in advance to firstname.lastname@example.org or call our studio line (347) 327-9227.
In this episode of The Red Light Sports Ramble, presented by The Red Light Sports Network, Evan Witalison and Troy Otradovec will discuss the firing of Milwuakee Brewers Ron Roenicke. After starting the season 7-18, the Brewers decided to make a managerial change. Many people thought that Roenicke should have been fired after the collapse last year. However, the opted to give him another chance. After the slow start, Craig Counsel will take over the team. What are your thoughts? Listen in and call the show.
I'll be moving on over to CLNS Radio (www.blogtalkradio.com/clnsradiolive) where I will be from now on doing the Hoopers Log with more content, more information and where you can interact on a more indepth level with no restrictions! Starting here was a great beginning but the Hooper's Log must grow to keep its growth going! I'll Also be recapping what's been going on in the Postseason, but will also give you a large preview of what to expect on MAY 8TH which will be the first show of the Hooper's Log on the CLNS Blogtalk radio Site! So Switch on over there if you want to keep informed on the world of Hoops!!! (www.blogtalkradio.com/clnsradiolive)
After being in the health & fitness industry for the past 9 years, I have been asked many questions about becoming a personal trainer. Many health conscious people aspire to be great influencers of change in their world, so it's no surprise that a career in personal training comes to mind first. But, it can be overwhelming just to figure out what education is needed, certifications are required, business licenses to apply for and how to just get going. I'm going to take the next 4-5 episodes to discuss a number of things to consider to be a successful and well-rounded personal trainer. Today I discuss:
-More about the practice of personal training
-Set up and preparation for all sessions
-Filling out informed consent forms, waivers, doctor's releases (when necessary) and agreements
-Setting and agreeing on goals, revisiting them frequently and planning ahead for goals
-Take measurements appropriate to goals
-Plan and track all workouts and progress, share regularly
-Set a schedule, stick to it
-The do's and don'ts of personal training
-Miscellaneous wrap up