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Kathy Garver, star of Family Affair, shares life lessons from Mom.
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Life Lessons from Veterans is honored to host the 100th Anniversary of the U.S. Navy Reserve with Force Master Chief C.J. Mitchell.
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John Wandishin, a small business expert and VP or Marketing for Brother International. Mr. Wandishin will discuss the positive attitudes in the sixth annual Brother Small Business Survey. It’s really amazing at how attitudes have changed in the past year, and just how small business owners and consumers see the economy.
1. WHY DO YOU THINK THE SMALL BUSINESS OWNERS SURVEYED ARE SO POSITIVE ABOUT THE ECONOMY?
2. WHAT ARE SOME OF THE HIGHLIGHTS OF THE SURVEY?
3. WHAT DOES THIS MEAN FOR THE OVERALL ECONOMY AND THE JOB PROSPECTS FOR THE UNEMPLOYED?
4. WHAT ARE SOME OF THE CHALLENGES FACING SMALL BUSINESSES TODAY?
5. THIS IS THE SIXTH YEAR OF THE SURVEY. HOW HAVE THE ATTITUDES OF SMALL BUSINESS CHANGED SINCE THE FIRST SURVEY?
6. WHY ARE SMALL BUSINESSES SO IMPORTANT TO THE OVERALL ECONOMY?
7. WHERE CAN WE GO FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THE SURVEY?
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Our Life Lessons from Veterans series continues with George Eldridge, currently serving in the U.S. Air Force. He shares his life lesson- "it's the reason why you do well and stay in military service that really matters."
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Nearly 30 million Americans have diabetes, with 1.7 million new cases diagnosed each year
-86 million Americans age 20 and older had pre-diabetes in 2012, up from 79 million in 2010
-Approximately six million Americans use insulin to manage their diabetes*
Nearly 30 million Americans have diabetes, and about six million people use life-saving insulin to manage their diabetes. The disease is complex and often overwhelming, creating barriers that may prevent people with diabetes from enjoying the same opportunities as everyone else.
Certified Diabetes Educator and Registered Dietician, Tami Ross joins us today to talk about things people with diabetes can do to simplify their lives. Welcome!
What are some of the challenges people with diabetes face on a daily basis?
What tips do you have for people to best control their diabetes?
Can you tell us about the “Dynamic Duos” education campaign and the role diabetes educators play in working with patients?
Are there new technologies that reduce the steps to insulin injection and conceal the needle?
How much of a game changer is this new needle where you don’t have to actually see the needle itself? How big of a deal is that for diabetes patients?
Where can we go for more information?
Diabetes requires continual blood sugar monitoring, meal planning, exercise and stress management. Medication may be needed for the rest of their lives, including insulin, which often requires multiple injections per day.
Author and entrepreneur Ava Pierre Cogburn shares her life lessons.
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Enjoy this Ace Hardware Life Lesson show with third generation owner, Jesse Gullion of Alvarado Paint and Hardware.
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Author Robert McNally shares his life lessons. Reminiscing about the "good 'ol days” can drum up some interesting memories of days gone by, a simpler time when the biggest concern children had was how many minutes they could play outside until Mom and Dad noticed the streetlights were on. After all, that was the universal signal that it was time to hightail it into the house. Author Robert McNally's hilarious recollection of his childhood memories, in The Memoir of a Boy on His Dangerous Journey trilogy is reminiscent of Huck Finn.
The trilogy includes two volumes to-date: I Had Jelly on My Nose and A Hole in My Breeches (vol. 1), Sister Superior's Thumb, the Pope's Ring and the End of Childhood (vol. 2), and the final book in the trilogy is currently being penned.
I Had Jelly on My Nose and A Hole in My Breeches (vol. 1) highlights McNally's childhood during WWII and the Great Depression when he grew up near a crematory and a jail. This wide-eyed, young boy's inner circle included members of his family, inmates of the county jail, and his best friend Rosemary. In his surroundings were gypsies, beggars and hobos.
The second volume of the trilogy, Sister Superior's Thumb, the Pope's Ring and the End of Childhood, continues on with McNally's adventures as he enters adolescence. One day he picked himself up and walked out of school and did not return. Three months later he was registered in a different one.
Robert McNally writes about his life's adventures growing up in Ridgewood and Middle Village, NY, at the coaxing of friends and family. Insurance auditor, turned writer, McNally now resides in New York with his wife.
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Our Life Lessons from Veterans series continues with Val Nicholas. Val now serves in a leadership role for the American Legion, GotYour6.org and the USO, on top of being an executive for NBC/MSNBC.
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Author David Bianchi Explains Why He Wrote BLUE CHIP KIDS, What Every Child and Parent Should Know About Money, Investing and the Stock Market
It's not surprising that most teens know more about social media than they do about basic financial skills. On April 1st, we have a special interview with a father who was frustrated by the lack of "entertaining" financial teaching materials for his 13-year-old son. That's why attorney and investor David W. Bianchi wrote:BLUE CHIP KIDS: What Every Child and Parent Should Know About Money, Investing, and the Stock Market. His new book demystifies the basic principles about money matters and provides a much-needed introduction for children (and their parents) to the financial world around them.
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN ABOUT BLUE CHIP KIDS:
Paying for things (checking accounts, credit and debit cards & electronic bill pay)
Understanding currencies, the Euro, Bitcoins and exchange rates
Budgeting and debt, financial statements and net worth
How to teach your kids about dividends, yields, puts and calls
The basics of buying and selling stocks
Bianchi is a Miami, Fla., attorney who is the former chairman of GnuBIO Inc., a DNA sequencing start-up, a board member of Affomix Corporation, an antibody start-up and vice-chair of Florida Savings Bank. For more info, go to www.bluechipkids.com.
Universities increasingly offer online learning, which requires educators to reformate personal relationships with students, rethink pedagogic concepts, transform content, and learn about new technology. This show features Dr. Petra Kern who talks about lessons learned from seventeen 3-credit music therapy courses taught at three universities in the United States plus various online guest lectures conducted worldwide. We will also hear about from the experiences of her students.