Monthly Archives: October 2017

Today’s guest is Shamash Alidina, who has been practicing mindfulness since 1998. He runs his own successful training organization in the UK. Shamash is the international bestselling author of the Mindfulness for Dummies series and the co-founder of the Museum...
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David Hicks is co-president of Dallas-based HomeVestors of America, Inc., the largest professional house buying franchise in the U.S. with more than 75,000 houses bought since 1996. Since joining HomeVestors in 2005 as Director of Franchise Systems, Mr. Hicks quickly...
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We all have our moments where we don’t find enough motivation to carry through the day. Let us snap out from that zone and find more energy with this Feeling Energetic Meditation. If there is any part of you that wants...
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Have you ever wanted to reach out to introduce yourself to someone in business but you’re too scared to try? Maybe they are the cream of the crop in your industry and you’re embarrassed. Reach out and say hello. Ken...
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Welcome to Influencers! For a decade, Ace of Base ruled the billboards, not only racking up top 10 global hits but setting the Guinness World Record for most popular first album ever released. But like most success stories their rise...
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Welcome back to Tuff Love, with Rob Kandell. The guest today is Jean Franzblau, who is talking about the concept of cuddling. Once upon a time, Jean opened an in-flight magazine and saw a bunch of people chilling out and...
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Adam started out as an electrical apprentice while in college pursuing an electrical engineering degree. After 20 years in construction management, he decided to make the leap to consulting, as a way to give back to the construction and contracting...
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Selling is simply helping somebody get what they need and marketing is just storytelling. The components of a traditional sales webinar can be re-framed and restructured in every which way but essentially, the process and structures are all the same....
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.NET Rocks! #1489 - AI for Developers with David Carmona...
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If you're going to disrupt, you can't use antiquated methods to motivate and manage your team. The biggest offender: the annual review process. More people leave a company after their annual review than at any other time. Noah L Pusey...
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