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Join career coach Marschelle Chatman, "The WorkLife Coach, M.Ed." weekly as she and her guests share principled-centered tips, tools, and techniques that will empower you to live life by design instead of by default. Live with Passion, Smile on Purpose, and Carpe' Diem.

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BTR's own, Attorney Anthony Reeves, Esq. of "LegalBeat in the Morning" will talk workplace legal issues. Dial in to the show (347) 826-7954 to ask your workplace legal question or email your question in advance to... more

Small businesses don't plan to fail...they just fail to plan. Small business as an empire of one is generating almost a trillion dollars in revenue. The U.S. Census Bureau results for 2006 show more than 20.7 million U.S. businesses without a... more

No matter your profession, wouldn't you rather stand out in the crowd from everyone else doing the same work that you do? If nobody loves you, learn how to create the demand with Certified Personal Branding Strategist Abby... more

Laid off, downsized, restructured - whatever you want to call're out of a job. Or you could be among the 500,000 that economists predict will be laid off before 2008 ending. As the unemployment numbers continue a record 5 year... more

Bill Wells, Jr., National Chairman of the National Black MBA Association and President of W. Wells & Associates, a management consulting firm with a specialty area in diversity and inclusion, will join us to dialogue about diversity in... more

If you are THIS successful doing what you hate, imagine what would happen if you did what you love? Today's guest, Life Coach, Motivational Speaker and Author Cha Jones will share her seven principles to help you find your passion.

The Labor Department announced today that new applications for unemployment benefits rose to a seasonally adjusted 7,000 to 455,000 last week, the highest since March 20002. Economists expect another 500,000 job eliminations... more
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