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What does culture mean for your leadership? Join me in today's show when we have Anders Breindahl in the studio. He is an anthropologist and cultural expert with focus on the Asian context. We are going to discuss - what does it take for leadership to get into the stae of understanding others? Who do we need to be in order to fully be apprecentative of others? Learn more about Anders and the work he does on http://www.asiawise.biz/
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Kongo Gumi Company LTD is a family owned businesses in the world. The company was founded in 578 and it is the oldest continuously ongoing independant companies in the world ! To date this family business has been in operation for 1,436 years.
The company is a construction company and their niche market is in building Buddhist temples.
How did the Kongo Gumi family manage to stay in business for over 1,000 years ? They had some basic "unifying principles".
What has all this have to do with House jacking or fighting off people who want to steal your property ?
Take the info that you will hear on this prodcast to protect your family wealth.
Join Bob Zima, Frequent Flyer to Hell and Back, for thirty minutes of satirical lampooning and parody of dealing with and healing from the Bullsh!t of Life.
Today Bob discusses his experiences of loosing two infant children. He discusses his reaction to those events and how he has manager to move from WHY to HOW.
Bob is a fiery and outspoken motivational comic and performer who satirically and genuinely mixes his E-True Hollywood life story, psychological and theological education, counseling profession and humor into an action packed show of ideas, commentary and "WTF" just happened moments. Wanna heal? Then take a big gulp of the espresso.
His shows are for mature,open minded adults who truly want to get their head out of their ass and their ass off of the couch then start living. Bob uses language and ideas to trigger reactions in people so be prepared.
Visit my website.http://www.bobzima.com
1.What are some ways that teamwork is established? Encourage freer speech...
-Come together when agreeing on decisions
-Leaders can commit to involve the whole group, the group can be transformed for the better
2. "The Pappy Project" aims to bring 'fathering' home
-Something every child and father should exeperience
-How can you be in the same house with children but not there? Let's discuss!
This show will focus on how Junkluggers, a junk-removal franchise, was started by CEO Josh Cohen right after college with the use of his mother's SUV. The brand achieved its goal of adding franchisees to the system in 2013 and enjoyed nearly 25 percent system-wide growth last year. Cohen and the rest of Junkluggers team plan to double in size entering the second year in franchising, aiming to end 2014 with additional units along the East Coast.
• Cohen, who is in his early thirties, could provide tips, insight, best practices, and what mistakes to avoid for other young business owners looking to take their business to the next level in 2014.
• Junkluggers got started in 2004, after Cohen returned to the U.S from studying abroad, he immediately hit the streets handing out homemade flyers all around town to promote his new business idea. After the phone began to ring, Cohen quickly realized there was a demand for a reliable, professional and eco-focused removal service. Armed with only his mom's SUV and a love for the environment, Cohen launched Junkluggers and has revolutionized the hauling and removal industry by focusing on environmentally-friendly and community-oriented furniture and junk removal practices.
In 2004 after founder Josh Cohen returned to the U.S from studying abroad, he immediately hit the streets handing out homemade flyers all around town to promote his new business idea. After the phone began to ring, Cohen quickly realized there was a demand for a reliable, professional and eco-focused removal service. Armed with only his mom's SUV and a love for the environment, Cohen launched Junkluggers and has revolutionized the hauling and removal industry by focusing on environmentally-friendly and community-oriented furniture and junk removal practices.
Married couple America Ferrara and Ryan Piers Williams star in X/Y premiering at The Tribeca Film Festival. The film bravely depicts sex scenes shot so tastefully you don't even see a butt cheek or a breast. Ryan tells host Robin Milling he had to convince his own mother he wasn't making a o, but rather implying the visuals for a stronger impact. America says her sister came away with the impact of the journey far more than, 'I can't believe I had to watch my sister and her husband make love!'
Putting themselves out there on the big screen as a married couple, Ryan wanted to make sure the scenes were shot in a tasteful way that got to the heart of the emotion. America adds, 'Sometimes a hand touching a curve on your back is the most intimate thing you can experience. Of course as an actor I appreciated that Ryan didn't get gratuitous with the sex!' And being directed by your husband making out with Common in a bathroom stall can be a little awkward but professionalism always came first. Ryan says it's intense directing your wife in a sex scene with someone and being in a sex scene yourself but it was his job to make everyone feel comfortable to get the best results.
Ryan and America who make their home in New York took advantage of their daily Bikram yoga and Soul Cycle spin class routines for the film as well as using those locations where they work out. Ryan also wants to remind New Yorkers that Far Rockaway is still recovering from Hurricane Sandy, using those beaches for the surfing scenes.
They discuss the trajectory of their relationship from dating, engagement to marriage and how that has impacted their work together, telling Robin their mutual respect and championing of each other creatively and pushing each other's boundaries is what makes the balance work.
City of Champions Radio host Matt Gajtka is back for another Burgh Brew podcast, as he talks his way through the Pittsburgh Penguins' bizarre, inexplicable Game 4 loss to the Columbus Blue Jackets. What sense can be made as their crazy first-round Stanley Cup playoff series is tied at 2? What to say about Marc-Andre Fleury's late gaffes that spoiled another terrific performance? What about the continued scoring droughts of Sidney Crosby and Evgeni Malkin? Who's playing well unexpectedly? Matt addresses those topics, plus he looks at the slumping Pirates' sloppy recent play and the Steelers' 2014 schedule.
Well here we are again, for another new week and another new topic. This week we are talking about surrender to it all .
Coming back for another round is the fabulous Angel Amy, who is coming in to let us all in on the secret. Including me. Yay!
So sit back and enjoy the conversation and information that we are going to share with you. It is going to open up a whole lot of great things for you. That is our intention.
Join in on the conversation by either chatting it up in the chat room or calling in at (646) 478-0397.
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The Battle on Lexington Green and the secrets buried there.
We will be dicsussing James Pearloff's article on what really happened on Lexington Green where the battle of Independence was said to have started. Was this just a false flag to drag the Patriots into the war with Britain. Did Samuel Adams have other ideas that would just benefit himself and a few of his rich friends. Tune in and find out.....
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