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The term Internet of Things (IoT) is relatively new and one we are going to be hearing a lot more about. Consider this; currently there are more wireless devices than there are people. The plus side is, of course, all of the great things we can do with this connectivity. The bad side is, at what risk? Recently 104,000 IRS records were breached. Are patient healthcare accounts secure? These, and questions like them, will need answers as we continue the evolution to a 'connected society'.
On June 1st, join host Melissa Birnie as she speaks with Dan Lohrmann, Chief Security Officer & Chief Strategist at Security Mentor, Inc., and most recently, Chief Security Officer for the State of Michigan, to learn more about IoT and the security challenges we will face as IoT becomes more prevalent.
Our guest Dan Lohrmann holds a master’s degree in computer science from Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore and a bachelor’s degree in computer science from Valparaiso University in Indiana, and has more than 28 years of experience in the computer industry. He is an internationally recognized cybersecurity leader, technologist and author. During his distinguished career, Dan has served global organizations in the public and private sectors in a variety of executive leadership capacities, including enterprise-wide Chief Security Officer (CSO), Chief Technology Officer (CTO) and Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) roles in Michigan. Under Lohrmann’s leadership, Michigan was recognized as a global leader in cyberdefense for government - winning numerous professional awards for outstanding accomplishments.
Life has a way of dealing pressure and challenges, some of them are harsh seemingly unforgiving and brutal to the point of causing me to want to give up and stop fighting. Now this honest admission by no means is my saying I am giving up or that I gave up, rather it's a true story of the trials a Christian man goes through on a daily basis trying to find peace and balance on a very challenged environment. I am going to share the dark truth of the pain of failing and the encouargement of not letting the evil one gain the victory and how I am learning by the LORD how to be sharper and more effective in His war against all the threats that come against His chosen elect. To be chosen to be elect is better than the lottery and better than all the money in the world, it's the best. Religion is dead, relationship is alive, it can thrive if we let it and I am learning through death more and more what the real deal looks like and going to share my findings with you my friends and fellow fighters of the good fight and that contending for the faith in Christ.
Examining issues and challenges faced by the volunteer firefighter today. Being a professional firefighter has nothing to do with earning a paycheck but has everything to do with attitude, appearance, commitment and dedication.
Family businesses are the backbone of many world economies. In the US, family businesses employ nearly 63% of the workforce and contribute 57% of GDP. They are also responsible for nearly 78% of new job creation. It is highly likely that many people listening may be part of a family business or will be working for a family enterprise of some description. There are some good reasons why they contribute so much and that creates special conditions, challenges and characteristics which makes mediation very effective in ensuring the ‘specialness’ is not consumed by disputes. In this program, Amanda Bucklow will discuss what that specialness is, how to identify the early warning signs for emerging problems and what you can do about them, wherever you are in the ‘business’.
Amanda Bucklow has been in full-time practice as a commercial mediator since 1995 and has specialised in negotiation and conflict resolution for most of her working life. She has worked in three family businesses including her own. Amanda is also an educator and entrepreneur - those two roles mean that she is constantly pushing the boundaries on how mediators are taught their skills so that they are able to practice in the real world as a ‘safe pair of hands’. Her active practice as a mediator feeds the development of her teaching and vice versa.
Join Miss Raina, Tuesday June 2, 2015 at 7:00pm Est Usa, as she reaches out to those people whom suffer from mental heatlh challenges.
Since May was Mental Health Awareness month, Miss Raina will reach out to those whom struggle with Anxiety, Depression, Panic attacks and other such challenges. It is tough to live a normal life trying to interact with the people of the world while dealing with any form of disruption in mental heatlh. Our challanges can cripple us leaving us feeling hopeless which isolates any such individual.
Call Miss Raina and speak Live: 310-861-2341
** This show is not to replace any professional and medicial advice given to any persons. Any Herbs mentioned are not a subsitute for any prescribed medications and should only be used under a professional supervision. If you feel that you suffer from any major mental challenge, please seek professional help immediately!
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In this episode, we will explore tools and tips to overcoming the after effects of divorce and opening one's self up again to love and happiness.
ABOUT THE GUESTS
Shuntai Beauguard received her Master’s Degree in Family Life Studies from Spring Arbor University, Spring Arbor, Michigan. Currently, Shuntai is a Master’s level Professional Counseling Student at Lib-erty University, Lynchburg, Virginia. Shuntai provides counseling for adolescents, teenagers, women, Shuntai’s approach is an ec-lectic mix of Cognitive Behavior Therapy complemented with Fam-ily Systems, Narrative and Solution Focused Brief Therapy.
Shuntai believes that each client is unique therefore various thera-peutic approaches are necessary to effectively meet the clients treatment needs. Shuntai is a published author and Marriage & Family media contributor: regular appearances on WJRT-TV ABC 12 News, WEYI NBC 25 News & Women 2 Women of Michigan Magazine.
Dan Farnow is a former athiest who came to Christ in his latter years of college. Since, he has grown in a relationship with Him and with His help has overcome many great challenges. He has spent multiple years in church leadership, assisted in leading in healing ministries, and currently runs and teaches a small group in his church. He has also written the book "The Quest For Marriage," which is an off-beat, unorthodox, humorous, and no-holds-barred guide for guys of going about a Christian relationship and getting married.
Join Eric Komoroff (www.communityofunity.org) and Dr. Jason Stein (iRyze.com) in a discussion about today's youth and the benefits of therapy. Joining the discussion will be Barrie Sueskind. Sueskind is a strength-based therapist who incorporates somatic techniques into talk therapy, providing a holistic approach that treats the entire person. She utilizes the Trauma Resiliency Model, teaching clients tools for anxiety-management and regulation of depression, and EMDR, an innovative technique for trauma processing. Areas of specialization include relational challenges, family issues, codependency, anxiety, depression, and life purpose. She works with adolescents, adults, and couples, and runs a variety of groups. This will be a very thought-provoking discussion not to be missed.
Host Lori Wilk welcomes Personal Growth Expert, Laila Ghattas, founder and CEO of Aziza Healing Adventures http://www.Aziza.ca and Creator of Laila Goddess Feel Good Clothing http://www.LailaGoddess.com who will discuss the importance of emotional self-care, with specific focus on how to handle the overwhelming emotions of adults who are caring for aging parents. Recently while working in Bali, Laila was inspired to create a unique approach to life challenges which she demonstrates on this interview by using a very personal example of how making a healthy boundary with her dying mother saved their relationship. In my discussion with our guest, Laila, we create support for the massive population that is faced with this milestone of aging. You are invited to participate in our live call at 347.237.5638
Norm Blumenthal attorney for workers and consumers. Selected as the one of the Top Attorneys in Southern California. Regular contributor on Money For Lunch
Ryan Akers owner of Capital Income Tax and founder of Sky’s The Limit Youth Center. With a military and financial background, Akers launched CIT to serve the growing financial needs within a challenged economic landscape. By stepping away from almost a decade of employment within the industry to branch out on his own, Akers is able to present a personal touch, and creative solutions, to his clientele. Ryan’s non-profit group, Sky’s The Limit Youth Center, recently co-teamed with President Obama and The White House’s “My Brother’s Keeper” mentorship initiative. Additionally, Mr. Akers is a professional speaker whose programs include everything from personal empowerment to financial management
Mark Thompson senior executive leadership coach, a successful business leader, New York Times bestselling author, venture capitalist and Tony-nominated Broadway producer - and brings real-time solutions to today’s leadership challenges
Feeling great is all about putting your life in order and remembering who you really are. It’s an authentic way of living from the inside that will sustain you through life’s challenges. Kelly Johnson, coauthor of Feeling Great: Creating a Life of Optimism, Enthusiasm, and Contentment, joins Karen to provide practical tools for feeling great! This interview originally aired on Empower Radio.
Sandy Peckinpah is a fiery redhead who never gave up. She mentors women through those great big life challenges to find meaning and purpose in the next chapter. She is an award-winning author, a lifestyle mentor, writing coach, and a Certified Grief Recovery Specialist® with the Grief Recovery Institute in Los Angeles.
She discovered the power in storytelling when she wrote her first book after her daughter was born with a facial defect. Rosey…the Imperfect Angel was a magical fairy tale that focused on the beauty of imperfection. It was recorded as a CD, and starred actress, Melissa Gilbert (best known for Little House on the Prairie It made it all the way to the Grammy Ballot in 2009.
Her newest book, How to Survive the Worst that can Happen - a Parent’s Guide to Healing After the Loss of a Child is based on her own insight and experiences in the tragic loss of her 16 year old son. The book recently won several awards including the Pinnacle Book Award, The New York Book Festival Award, The USA Book News Award, The London Book Festival Award, and the Readers Favorite Award.
Sandy’s website and blog focuses on resilience and transformation no matter what the challenge. She encourages women to define the next act of their lives using their past life story as a stepping stone to transforming the next act with passion, purpose, and possibility.
Website and Blog: www.SandyPeckinpah.com
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Software – a set of instructions that make devices perform tasks. It sounds really simple. In reality, it’s likely not, unless of course, you wrote the program. On June 2nd, 2015, host Melissa Birnie will speak with Derek Sommer, President of Spud Software. Spud Software was started in a basement in Grand Blanc, Michigan in 1997 and would catch the attention of the likes of General Motors and MSX International and, after completing several successful large scale projects, would develop a reputation for delivering high quality solutions at competitive prices. Almost 20 years later, Spud Software has worked with more than 200 clients and has established itself as a leader in the industry specializing in programming, database and software development. Join Melissa and Derek as they discuss the challenges Derek encountered as an entrepreneur in the software industry (his wife Gretchen is an entrepreneur, too!), learn about the variety of services Spud Software offers (SaaS, Project Scoping, Software Prototyping, Staff Augmentation, Tier 2 Support, Mobile Apps, Web Services and Custom Programming), and the talent necessary to make it all work.