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Pop Art Painter, Jamie Roxx Interviews: Sean Patrick McGraw Country Singer.
"My So Called Life" - Music Video on CMT!!
Legendary entrepreneur Ewing Kauffman's success in building Marion Laboratories is like an entrepreneur's dream come true. With just $5,000 of borrowed money, he built the company into a $6.5 billion success. He also went on to found the Kauffman Foundation and became the owner of the Kansas City Royals.
How did he do it?
Jim McGraw served as Mr. K's Chief Operating Officer during Marion's period of explosive growth. As his way of giving back, Jim has developed a free program called LEAPPAhead that outlines three of the critical skills he and Mr. K used at Marion during its glory days. These skills are as valuable today as they were then, and Jim joins host Kelly Scanlon to share them with you.
For more information about host Kelly Scanlon, please visit her radio page website or business website.
Join host Charlana Kelly on Wednesday August 6 at Noon CST as she welcomes Tim Allen to the program. Tim is a pastor and writer who is full of the knowledge of God. Tim was mentored by Dr. Finis Dake, received his post graduate degree at Cambridge University in England and pastored a church there as well. They will be discussing “Unity in Diversity.”
Smooth & sultry, cool, yet definitely funky. These words best describe the sound of saxophonist Tim Cunningham. Cunningham has headlined venues across the globe, from intimate nightclubs to Las Vegas Casinos. He continues to be a major part of multiple festivals, both in the U.S. and the Caribbean, bringing his soulful style to fans the world over. We will talk to Tim about his current album, Tim Cunningham Live.
Follow Tim on Twitter @tcfanclub01.
I'm Kathy Klotz-Guest, founder of Keeping it Human, in the heart of Silicon Valley. We help marketing executives and teams tell their best and most important company, product and customer stories to the world. We are a jargon-monoxide-poisoning free zone. Our show is created especially for marketing execs and teams. Comment on the blog. Follow Kathy
What's Funny: The Humor Code
Research over the years has tried to answer the question: what makes things funny? Understanding how the brain processes humor can help marketers use it in a much better way (we hope, anyway!). Join us July 10 when we talk to Peter McGraw, co-author of The Humor Code, about his theory on what makes things funny.
Dr. McGraw, a professor at the University of Colorado, Boulder, is an expert in the interdisciplinary fields of emotion and behavioral decision theory. Most recently, he has been examining the antecedents and consequences of humor. He directs the Humor Research Lab (HuRL).
McGraw holds appointments in marketing at the Leeds School of Business and in the Department of Psychology and Neuroscience. McGraw is willing to leave the ivory tower to try his hand at stand-up at a dive bar, attending a funeral director convention, pose as a shopper at a gun show, or sing hymns at a Baptist church. His work has been covered by NPR, BBC, Scientific American, Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, and the Financial Times. With Joel Warner, he has co-authored The Humor Code: A Global Search for What Makes Things Funny.
Walter M. Brasch Ph.D., is an American social issues journalist and university professor of journalism. He is the author of a weekly syndicated newspaper column and the author of 17 books.Walter M. Brasch Ph.D., is an American social issues journalist and university professor of journalism. He is the author of a weekly syndicated newspaper column and the author of 17 books.
This will be the first episode of an ongoing weekly broadcast known as "The Tim n' Trevor Show" in which Tim Stratton and Trevor Slone (myself) discuss various issues and the proper Christian perspective on those issues each week, LIVE! Tim Stratton is one of the pastors at Kearney, NE Evangelical Free church and an (excellent) apologetics student at Biola University, and a great guy and an even better friend, and Trevor Slone holds a Bachelors (suma cum luade) and Masters (Magna cum luade) degree in Theology and Biblical Studies, he is the host, owner, and founder of Intelligent Interactions Radio and the founder and owner of Intelligent Interactions LLC, and the secretary on the executive board of the International Society of Christian Apologetics (ISCA). Trevor also hosts the radio programs Think it Through and Intelligent Interactions with Trevor Ray Slone, and co-hosts Science with the Slones with his wife, Dr. Emily Archer Slone, PhD in Microbiology and a fourth year Veterinary Medical Student, on Intelligent Interactions Radio.
Replay of Episode 12 - Why Girls Like Bad Boys
Kurt Strand, Chief Product Officer for McGraw-Hill Higher Education www.mhhe.com & highered.mcgraw-hill.com
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