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VP Enterprise Radio is a radio show developed to discuss topics related to business, entrepreneurship and success.
The show offers tips, how-to's, guest speakers discussing their business and how they became entrepreneurs and other valuable information to lead individuals in business with strategies to continue to move up the entrepreneurial ladder.
New Time this Week: Fabulous Careers, Doing What You Love with Danielle Keister, Founder and Industry Mentor of Administrative Consultants Association. 1:00 p.m. CST, 11:00 a.m. PST, 12:00 p.m. MST and 2:00 p.m. EST.
Your Host, LaToya Haynes | Administrative Consultant at Driven Results VP.
Visit www.drivenresultsvp.com to learn more information about how I help small business owners and entrepreneurs stop struggling with not enough time in their business to get important details done to continue to grow their business.
Guest Speaker: Danielle Keister | Founder and Industry Mentor, Administrative Consultants Association.
Visit www.administrativeconsultantsassoc.com to get more information about Founder and Industry Mentor Danielle Keister and the Administrative Consultants Association. You can also follow Danielle on Facebook and Subscribe to her blog.
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Twitter https://twitter.com/drivenresultsvp #VPEnterpriseRadio.
The American Golf Association's - Anything & Everything Golf focusing this week on:
"Golf Swing From the Ground Up”
American Golf Association's - Anything & Everything Golf radio show's regular segments include:
This Week's AGA's - "Golf Trivia Contest"
This Week's AGA's - "Featured Golf Course"
The "Joke of the Week"
This Week's AGA's - "Featured Event & Tip"
The "Rules of Golf"
This Week's AGA's - "Fantasy Golf Contest"
We're Changing the Game
She:kon and Thanks for joining Native Trailblazers - Friday's 7pm EST with Vincent & Delores! CHAT LIVE - Here's How
Tonight: After Students from the University of North Dakota’s Indian Association learned that they would not receive $2,000 to fund a cultural meal known as the “Buffalo Feed” - Danielle Miller https://twitter.com/xodanix3 Sprung into action using #FundtheFeed & countering #RollTribe on Twitter to make a HUGE IMPACT.
We will also hear from Elizabeth Zarpa, an aboriginal law student who has created a calling for a Canadian inquiry to the over 800 missing and murdered women in Canada - don't miss this amazing show.
Website & Mailing list: www.NativeTrailblazers.com
Vincent Schilling www.Twitter.com/VinceSchilling www.google.com/+VincentSchilling
Delores Schilling www.Twitter.com/DelSchilling
Native American Google+ Community - Here
E. Samantha Cheng is a writer, producer and director based in Washington, DC. She has hundreds of broadcast and non-broadcast programs to her credit. She was the managing editor of five book titles for McGraw-Hill Professional. Samantha is very active in the Asian Pacific American community. She has sat on several boards and advisory councils of area non-profit organizations. She created the Asian Pacific American Member of Congress History Project History, an oral history and video biography/documentary series, produced in association with the U.S. Capitol Historical Society.
Most recently, her video biography/documentary short, “Dalip Singh Saund: His Life, His Legacy” has been selected as the feature program of the Sikh Art Film Festival in New York, New York and will premiere on the Red Carpet during Asian Pacific American Heritage Month May 2 in New York. Her video biography, “A Boy from San Jose: Norman Y. Mineta was featured at the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery.
Samantha is the Co-Founder of TPS, Inc., a television production services company and Heritage Series, LLC, a company that specializes in interactive educational programs about U.S. history and Amerivision, Inc., a 501(c)(3), non-profit organization that develops programs on U.S. ethnic and minority cultures. She is an active member of the Asian American Journalist Association and Women in Film and Video and is a mentor students and young professionals. Over the years, she has received numerous professional peer awards and citations.
We launch our talk series on Multiple Sclerosis this April. Our expert on the show is Dr. Patricia K. Coyle.
Patricia K. Coyle, MD, is a professor and acting chair of neurology, and the director of the Multiple Sclerosis Comprehensive Care Center at the Stony Brook University Medical Center, Stony Brook, New York. She received a BS degree with highest honors from Fordham University, Bronx, New York, and an MD degree from the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, where she was elected to Alpha Omega Alpha. While at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, she completed a residency and chief residency in neurology, followed by a two-year fellowship in neuroimmunology and neurovirology. She then went on to establish a successful research laboratory in addition to building a busy clinical practice at the Stony Brook University Medical Center. Dr. Coyle is the author of numerous articles on clinical and basic research aspects of multiple sclerosis (MS) and neurologic infections and she is recognized as a leading expert on MS and neurologic infections. Her areas of expertise include Lyme disease, cerebrospinal fluid, therapeutics, neuroimmunology, and fatigue. Her research has been supported by the National Institutes of Health and other organizations. In addition to her busy clinical and research careers, she has held active leadership positions in a number of national and international organizations and academic societies, including the American Academy of Neurology, American Neurological Association, and National MS Society. She is a director of the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology.
Panelists : Bradley Mann, Kristie Salerno Kent, Bonnie Cohen
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Join us this Friday afternoon at 3:00pm for an enlightening discussion with Dr. Calvin Ellison. It's time to pay attention to your health and it's definitely time to pay attention to the foods you put into your body.
Dr. Calvin Ellison is a Naturopathic Doctor who received his degree in Naturopathy (a system of preventative therapy using natural means for optimal health) from Trinity College of Natural Health in Warsaw, Indiana. He also received a PhD in ministry from Central Christian University in Blytheville, Arkansas. He is also a Nutritional Consultant with AANC (American Association of Nutritional Consultants).
Dr. Ellison is the Founder and Executive Director of Success Dynamics Community Development Cooperation. He and his staff have trained over 400 individuals to be ambassadors of health known as Community Health Ambassadors (CHAs), and 42 people in heath care basics across the state of North Carolina. These initiatives were done in partnership with state agencies, community colleges, civic groups and local churches. As an engaged citizen, he has served on the NC Institute of Medicine Committee, the NC Cultural Competency Committee and Nonprofit and Economic Development Boards.
Dr. Ellison is the author of the book, Health & Wellness; Insights for Vibrant Living, and is a Senior Executive Marketing Director with the Youngevity Company located in Chula Vista, CA. He has been happily married to Dr. Judy Ellison for 30 years and has two sons, Maurice and Deon.
ALIVE TO THRIVE WITH BRENDA FRASER airs every Friday at 12 Noon Central Join award-winning Host Brenda Fraser as she features trending topics and timely observations that hit the mark with what today's folks want to know!
BOSTON MARATHON runner David Guntz returns to Boston this year a year after the bombing that he just narrowly missed by less than an hour. He shares his hopes and dreams for this year's race, mental preparation, and pursuing your dreams.
Learn more: http://www.baa.org/races/boston-marathon.aspx
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Frank Weinstock is a board certified ophtalmologist and American College of Surgeons fellow. He is a distinguished professor at NEOMED, an affiliate clinical professor in the Charles E. Schmidt College of Biomedical Science at Florida Atlantic University, and volunteer professor of ophthalmology at the University of Miami Leonard M. Miller School of Medicine. Dr. Weinstock is the author of I've Been Thinking: And It Might Save Your Life (And Vision) and eight other books, including Contact Lenses Fitting: A Clinical Text Atlas, which has been translated into German and Spanish, and hundreds of articles on related topics. He has received many honors, including the Lifetime Achievement Award and Senior Honor Award of the American Academy of Ophthalmology as well as the Senior Honor Award of the Contact Lens Association of Ophthalmologists. He continues to do notable volunteer work in El Salvador, Nepal and Papau, New Guinea.
We have several guests with us this morning to give us the inside scoop on the Manhattan Beach
Farmers’ Market which takes place every Tuesday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Kelly Stroman is the Executive Director of the Downtown Manhattan Beach Business Association and
was our guest on the show last week when she gave us all the details on the Downtown Manhattan
Beach Sidewalk Sale…..which I attended and picked up a couple of fabulous items…. but we’ll chat about
that a little later.
We also have Farmer Mark who is the operator of the market, Cynthia Rogers, the Market Manager and
Maureen McBride from Tabularasa who helped create the market 8 years ago.
Now, anyone that has ever listened to this show knows just how much Joe and I love talking about food,
so this is a real treat for us.
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Drug and alcohol misuse is often a sign of depression, a silent cry for help for those who may be overwhelmed by emotional distress. Unfortunately, seeking counseling still carries a social stigma in some cultures and too many people have neglected to address emotional problems in a healthy manner, instead turning to the temporary quick fix of drugs or alcohol. Then, when a person uses poor judgement while under the influence of drugs or alcohol, they are viewed by society as a criminal. Kate Mahoney, Executive Director of PEER Service, is a licenced Cllinical Social Worker with 30 years experience in the prevention and treatment of substance use disorders. She discusses the need for families to take the stigma out of substance abuse and allow loved ones to seek and receive the help they need for emotional distress. She urges society to decriminalize drug and alcohol addiction. When teens act out with excessive drinking or drug use, they are crying out for help but are often met with punishment rather than assistance. Kate, who has done extensive work with youth parents and schools, has been awarded by the Illinois Acoholism and Drug Dependence Association for her presentations on cutting edge clinical issues at national conferences in Atlanta, Philiadelphia, St. Louis, and New Orleans. She discusses signs of emotional distress and ways to help those who need help to seek it out without fear of ridicule or rejection.