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The NEW True Purpose Development Show (2 hours) here to INSPIRE * EMPOWER * EDUCATE and ENTERTAIN you!
1st Hour: Hajj is the founder of Brand Camp University, which runs the largest personal branding conference in the Midwest. He is also the author of “The Brand YU Life: Re-thinking Who You Are Through Personal Brand Management” which was selected as one of Fast Company Magazine 2008 Readers Choice Business Books of the year. He has been featured on NBC, Fox News, ABC, ESPN.com and BusinessWeek.com and travels nationally speaking as a brand strategist enabling personal and business brands to remain relevant. His clients include Walt Disney, Ford Motor Company, Skechers Footwear, U.S. Department of Defense (Telecom Division). He has spoken at numerous of colleges/universities around the nation on personal branding, social media and career development. He recently launched a tech startup called gokit a company that develops identity kits.
2nd Hour: It’s time for the ENTERTAINMENT as we begin “Keepin’ It Real with the Doc and MomoB”! Keepin' it Real as ONLY they can! QOD: How long...do you remain "FRIENDS" w/ that special one if you are in your 40s before you move on to something more solid?
BG: http://bountifulgroup.com Hajj Flemings: http://hajjflemings.com
It's Sunday, Sunday, Sunday!! Watch hydropowered funny cars dance through the Gates of Hell!!
Also, join Vince tonight with special guests Gutts and others from Team Berserk. They will call in tonight to share all their latest work including: #opnewblood, #oprecruit, breeches of various International telecom companies' websites/databases and more!
Also, DC shutdown fever continues, members of Anonymous' "PayBack 13" were arraigned in a Virginia court, and the Jeremy Hammond leniency letter campaign is in full swing, only 2 days left!
Plus, happy 30th birthday to Sabu!!
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Adam Taggart, President & Co-founder at Peak Prosperity, is the author of Finding Your Way To Your Authentic Career. He wrote his book after organizing, creating, and detailing the essential guidelines for career change and implementing his own metamorphosis from corporate marketing genius to entrepreneurial guru. He shares those ideas and guidelines during this interview with Doctor Prepper. Adam is fully aware many jobs and lives will change during the uncertain future—and yours could be one of them!
His book is the result of recognizing he was not doing what he wanted to do, though he had a brilliant career in the dotcom start-ups and roll-outs of Silicon Valley during their heyday. After earning his MBA from Stanford, he commenced his Silicon Valley career with top echelon executive experience that spanned 17+ years in the Consumer Internet, Mobile and Telecom industries––-built on solid grounding in finance & economics. His specialty was bringing technological advances to market solutions at Yahoo.com that enriched the lives of millions of people around the world.
Adam could see the future effects of the untenable nature of the economies practiced by nations, and made the spiritual decision to join a well-regarded & fast-growing start-up business, partnering with one of the greatest minds in the emerging econoblogging discipline, Chris Martenson (PeakProsperity.com). Adam felt that with his professional skill set and his personal interests, this would be a dream job, and he took on the opportunity to become a co-founder and President of Peak Prosperity, where he now runs all aspects of one of the world's most popular resources for understanding the future of the economy.
I have returned from London, and I decided to just let you listen in on my day to day adventures, hope you have been well and wish nothing but the best for you and yours. Make a journey to England as it is the most coolest place on Earth! I started on BMusic which was apart of the British Telecom unsigned musicans site. This is where I got my start in the Online underground dance music World.
Oregon has the highlest level of broadband adoption in the U.S. and the lowest percentage of unserved constituents. This did not happen by accident, but through deliberate policymaking that reach to the highest level of state government. Chris Tamarin, Telecom Strategist for the Oregon Business Development Dept., joins us to talk about how his state became the leader of the pack. Of particular interest is how Oregon has established policies that overcome barriers to greater telemedicine advancement, such as:
* encouraging and supporting the rapid deployment of telemedicine services where they currently do not exist; * requiring health benefit plans to provide coverage of medically necessary telemedical health services; and * requiring Oregon Health Authority to adopt uniform credentialing and privileging standards for telemedicine service providers (pending governor's signature.
Tamarin also gives listeners an overview of how local communities can build more effective relationships with state government that bring more businesses to town. Oregon's broadband policymakers have forged such relationships since 1991.
Are your telecommunication costs out of control? Are you familiar with how the latest technology can save you money on such services as telephone, online banking, and credit card processing?
Telecommunications (Telecom) is defined as the transmission of information over long distances, typically either by telephone, the Internet, or a cellular phone network.
Today's guest is Dennis Mannone Jr., an expense reduction specialist, and the owner of a Schooley Mitchell franchise, the largest independent Telecom consulting company in North America. Dennis offers a range of services that include analysis of existing and future telecommunications needs, assessment of the best alternatives, and the implementation of cost-effective Telecom solutions.
Join Dennis and Jim in an encore presentation on how "The Age of Technology" has impacted the Telecom industry and produced a range of many cost efficient services.
Cincinnati Business Talk highlights the positive side of Cincinnati area businesses. We will be talking to CEOs who have won awards, innovated with new products and services.
Today's show will feature Sean Fox of Schooley Mitchell Telecom Consultants. His firm works with clients to dramatically lower telcom expenses and proves its worth by being paid out of the true savings.
The show streamed live on Thursday June 20th at 4 PM. Listen to this link: http://tobtr.com/s/4874087
You can listen to the show on Apple iTunes as a Podcast. You can add the podcast at: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/Cincy-Business-talk.rss
You can add Cincy-Business-Talk as an RSS feed to your Outlook email program. The exact feed http://www.blogtalkradio.com/Cincy-Business-talk.rss
How do you prepare for all the transitions of life? Whether it is a change in your marital status, the death of a loved one, or going through and extreme emotional crisis? How do you make these transitions and still be able to thrive during the process? Join us as we talk with two women who have two different approaches that help with the many transitions in life.
Carole Ann Drick, RN, PhD, TNS, TNSCP has a passion for quality of life which began as an early advocate for natural childbirth and now as a focus on death with dignity. The underlying thread is her work in shifting consciousness. She is a leader in holistic nursing and presently the Director of Conscious Awareness Inc. in Austintown, OH. Her latest book is “Golden Room: A Practical Guide for Death With Dignity”
Rebecca L. Norrington is a student of the Universe and IT’s Laws. She has a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology along with decades of education and training on topics from Spirituality to Human Behavior. Rebecca is an Author, Radio Host, Speaker, Happiness Specialist, Spiritual Consultant and Fitness Instructor. Rebecca is the host of RealitySpirituality.com that can be heard LIVE every Sunday at 7:00am PST.
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Jorge Varela, Assistant Director of TECH Fort Worth, has led or been a part of the executive team at technology startups that have had successful exits in telecom, software, and IT services. He has driven growth and value in both his own as well as for client companies as a coach, mentor, and consultant, by developing a holistic approach that integrates customer desirability, product feasibility, and market viability. Jorge’s tasks at TECH Fort Worth includes working with clients to identify value in ideas, define a market strategy, and launch their product or company.
Texas TECH Talk is produced by TECH Fort Worth to showcase emerging technology entrepreneurs and to promote the growth and development of technology start-ups in Texas.
Twice a week, we talk about technology start-ups, focusing on their challenges and successes. We offer guests the opportunity to share their insights, resources they found useful, and ideologies that helped them move forward.
Additionally, we offer listeners information on resources in the state that can give technology start-ups the mentoring, coaching, and support they need to grow and thrive.
Whether we are talking about funding, corporate structure, IP, or R&D, Texas TECH Talk is focused on one thing: YOU, the Technology Entrepreneur. Let us know what you want to hear on this show!
Today's guest is David Inns, currently President and CEO of GreatCall Inc., the creator of the Jitterbug cell phone and a leader in wireless services focused on helping customers stay connected, safe and healthy; David also sits on the Board of Directors. Working with founders Arlene Harris and Marty Cooper, David designed and launched the GreatCall service in November 2006—a service that has gone through extraordinary growth and has been recognized by a long list of awards for its innovations in Health and in serving Older Americans.
David has 25 years of telecom management experience. Before joining GreatCall, David was Vice President, Consumer Markets for Bell Mobility in Canada where he ran the $1.6 billion consumer market P&L. He was also Vice President, Consumer Marketing for Bell Canada where he ran the $4 billion wireline P&L. David was also a Partner at DiamondCluster International in the Chicago and San Francisco offices.
Join Jim and David in a rebroadcast about his company's products, and in particular the Jitterbug Phone and 5Star Response.
You Can Have It All. And you can have it all with less effort. Ellie Pope’s philosophy teaches business-owners to dissolve barriers, ditch distractions, and blow past self-doubt. Your mind gets quiet, answers come easily, and business seems effortless. No more 15-hour work-days, no more being pulled in 10 directions, no more wondering if your biz will make it. You'll grow your business easily, have the success you deserve, and enjoy more time being poolside ... or doing whatever youwould do with those extra hours.
Ellie Pope speaks for a strong relationship with yourself, as a means to performance. But her most valuable experiences might have been developed when she was very young. As a rebellious run-away trying to make a living, Ellie began discerning the rules that matter from the ones that interfere, and how to discern your own desires from those you “should” have. As a result, she transformed herself from a run-away with a limited future, to a high-performing system engineer in the highly competitive telecom industry, to a successful seminar leader and coach. She brings together her deep understanding of complex systems and her love of people in every interaction she has, to empower her clients to reach their deepest life and business desires.
Prince Randy Koussou Alam-Sogan is a tribal prince in the Republic of Benin, West Africa. He is founder and President of Black Lion Holdings, a global firm with a host of activities including infrastructure development, energy, eco-construction, IT/Telecom, Eco-tourism, bio-technology, agriculture development, mining, finance, and media focused on Africa.
Tim Hoch is an attorney and author of "50 Rules for success for young men leaving home," a book that shares a father's wisdom with sons who are leaving the nest. Tim's advice covers the serious (like yourself because most of your life your only company is yourself) and the more playful (don't bring home stray kittens). It reminds young men to be strong in their convictions, but humble in life.