Tall Guy Talks Travel with Rick Dougherty
Sarah Says is back on the show to talk with Rick about what is wrong with Tomorrowland in both Walt Disney World and Disneyland. This is the continuation of a conversation started in the March 2nd episode. Rick also talks about his ball-collecting drive for Boys and Girls Club locations in the Orlando area. Please grab a $20 gift card to Five Below or Dick's Sporting Goods and send it to firstname.lastname@example.org before Monday, March 27th. Rick will use the gift cards to buy basketballs and soccer balls to drop off at those Boys and Girls Club locations next week. You can find links to the gift cards at Twitter.com/rick_ear. Sarah Says can be found at Twitter.com/sarahsays84.
Hometown Radio 03/15/23 4p: Michael Boyer from the Boys and Girls Club
Running is Cheaper Than Therapy
Navy officer, college president, and entrepreneur are only a few of Tom Scheer's many accomplishments. In this inspiring episode. Tom shares his story of growing up in a racist neighborhood and finding acceptance through sports, leading to a passion for fitness and endurance races, including over 30 Ironman competitions. It all began at the Boy and Girls Club and he is passionate about giving back to the organization that gave him so much. Tom shares his strategies for managing a busy life, emphasizing the value of discipline and time management. He discusses his military mindset, focus on organization, and reliance on good general managers. Tom also talks about his experiences at the Kona Ironman and the World Heavyweight Championship belt he created to celebrate his achievement. Throughout the conversation, Tom emphasizes the importance of pursuing new hobbies and finding joy in life, encouraging listeners to move their bodies, get some sunlight, and engage with the world around them. Join us for an inspiring conversation with Tom Scheer, and don't miss out on this episode. Subscribe now for more uplifting stories! Episode Highlights: Overcoming racism through sports and the Boys and Girls Club Managing a busy life with a military mindset and good general managers Discipline and time management in pursuing athletic goals Favorite Ironman races and completing all North American Ironman races Kona Ironman and the World Heavyweight Championship belt Racing in a kilt to honor Scottish heritage Bucket list of races and endurance tests Finding joy in life through pursuing new hobbies and passions. Guest Bio Tom Scheer joined his local Boys & Girls Club on his seventh birthday and identifies his 12 years at the Club as the most positive influence on his life, for this time fostered a sense of commitment, work ethic, entrepreneurial drive, and love of sports. Tom began his career in the U.S. Navy; he served as a Damage Control Assistant, Assistant Operations Officer, and as the Navy's Right Whale Protection Officer. He was recognized for his fire fighting expertise, and was selected to lead training exercises for the Qatar Navy. Tom left active duty to take a position as an associate brand manager on Kraft Macaroni & Cheese. While at Kraft he led brand licensing, added colored noodles to the macaroni & cheese box, and spearheaded trade spending reductions. He subsequently worked as a brand manager for Rich Products and CibaVision, working on Farm Rich French Toast Sticks, Rich's Éclairs, SeaPak Shrimp, and FreshLook fashion contact lenses. Tom has also been an owner and managing partner of several small businesses, among them T-Scheer Pizza Inc. (a Hungry Howie's franchisee), Knox Consulting Group (small business consulting) and the Steilacoom Group (apparel company). He is currently pursuing entrepreneurial endeavors while in business school, and is the founder of Move-In Box, a student launched consumer packaged goods based company. Tom earned a B.S. in Computer Science from the United States Naval Academy and is currently a Dean's Fellow at the University of Michigan, Ross School of Business, earning an MBA with Emphasis in Entrepreneurship. While a member of the Boys & Girls Club, Tom won Junior Olympic Gold and Bronze medals in table tennis. In college, he fought to become an All-American Heavyweight Boxer. Tom is currently the captain and starting goalie of the Ross hockey team, despite having never ice skated prior to business school. His awards include the Navy Commendation Medal, Boys & Girls Clubs of Southeastern MichiganAlumnus of the Year, Coast Guard Guiding Principles Award, and, as part of the Benjamin Banneker Society, President George H.W. Bush's 437th Daily Point of Light. He is the proud father of three children from a former marriage. Did you enjoy today's episode? Please subscribe and leave a review. If you have questions, comments, or possible show topics, email email@example.com. To subscribe and review use one links of the links below Apple Spotify Google Get a copy of the book; Running Is Cheaper Than Therapy: A Journey Back to Wholeness. It is available in hardback, paperback, and newly released audio form Connect with Tom Scheer Facebook https://www.facebook.com/RahlowJenkins Connect with Dr. Ouida Brown Instagram @ouilifeouilove Facebook @ouilifeouilove33 Twitter @ouilifeouilove Youtube @ouilifeouilove Sign up for my newsletter https://bit.ly/OuilifeOuiloveNewsletter
BiographyRecently published a book about growing up as the youngest of 10 silbings, and the lessons learned. He is a business, leadership and retirement coach. Continuous learning comes from school, work, family, improv and challenging myself to expand my limits. Figuring out how those lessons can be applied to business life is something he prides himself on. Specialties include:Personality Profile Evaluations, Organizational Analysis, Leadership Training, Time ManagementMechanical Engineer & Psychology minor – UMASS Amherst10 years at APCGlobal alliances, EMEA strategistFranchise business ownerFinancial advisorCommunity activities & hobbiesBoys & Girls Club marketing committeeMensa memberAdventure races (Tough Mudder, BoldrDash)Triathlonshttps://www.pinnacle-performance.com/https://www.facebook.com/jeremy.doran.18 https://www.linkedin.com/in/jeremypdoran/
Rep. Mark Pocan gets a big honor from the Boys and Girls Club of America, some important Black men's health programs are getting underway and we have some thoughts on the Oscars.
Good morning! It's Monday and we have a lot of news to deliver. Aurora Greenfest, food truck changes, Boys & Girls Club, SOC bites and much more. Get ready for a great show! Brett Puttin rocks the local headlines and shows off his new hairstyle. Here's the news: - Tuesday, March 14th from 10 am to 11 am, visit the Aurora Public Library (Santori Branch) for a wonderful community event. Join Hometown Heroes for “Our America Reads”, an in-person reading event with a first responder. An Aurora Police officer will be the guest and reader. This event is free, open to the public and family-friendly. For more information and to register visit the link here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/our-america-reads-aurora-tickets-549607499827?fbclid=IwAR0IDnG6SPTqM_a7MWpCuYBSYooEeiuEoezmLURV_46tQd88mi6-CTA0I_w - Thursday, March 23rd there will be a Tax Refund Workshop held at VNA Healthcare (400 N. Highland). This will be from 4:00 pm to 5:00 pm and will feature staff from the Aurora Financial Empowerment Center & the Neighbor Project. This event is free and open to the public. We look forward to more great community events all 2023. For more information call (630) 256-4552. - Saturday, April 15th from 8 am to noon join the Fox Valley Park District and many other fantastic organizations for the annual community cleanup service project. All participants will meet at the Cole Center, located at 101 W. Illinois avenue. The cleanup itself will encompass both banks of the Fox River close to downtown. Many great organizations will take part, for more information email: firstname.lastname@example.org Have a great day and a wonderful week. Good Morning Aurora will return Wednesday with another great show. Be blessed! Subscribe to the show on YouTube at this link: https://www.youtube.com/c/GoodMorningAuroraPodcast The second largest city's first daily news podcast is here. Tune in every Monday, Wednesday & Friday to our FB Live from 8 am to 9 am. Make sure to like and subscribe to stay updated on all things Aurora. Twitter: goodmorningaur1 Instagram: goodmorningaurorail Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/6dVweK5Zc4uPVQQ0Fp1vEP... Apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/.../good-morning.../id1513229463 Anchor: https://anchor.fm/goodmorningaurora #positivevibes #positiveenergy #downtownaurora #kanecountyil #bataviail #genevail #stcharlesil #saintcharlesil #elginil #northaurorail #auroraillinois #auroramedia #auroranews #goodmorning #goodmorningaurora #news #dailynews #subscribe #youtube #podcast #spotify #morningnews #morningshow #monday --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/goodmorningaurora/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/goodmorningaurora/support
Host Jeremy C. Park talks with Jeff Darnell, Club Director, and Allen Bolden, Alumnus and Board Member with Boys & Girls Club of Middle Tennessee (BGCMT), who both highlight the mission and efforts of the nonprofit organization creating a new and brighter future for thousands of young people. BGCMT is a comprehensive youth service organization operating eleven Club locations in Davidson and Williamson counties. The organization helps young people ages 5-18 to reach their full potential.During the interview, Jeff and Allen talk about the transformative experiences youth receive at the Centers, the power of mentorship and guidance, the importance of career exploration and skill development, and how the organization will be celebrating its 120th Anniversary on March 17. On March 17, while it's St. Patrick's Day, they are encouraging all Club members, staff, alumni and supporters to wear all BLUE to help raise awareness and to celebrate the organization's reach and impact. Their goal also is to raise $1.2 million of new investments. Jeff and Allen talk about why that is so important and how the community can get involved to support their efforts.Twitter: https://twitter.com/BGCMidTNWebsite: https://bgcmt.org/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BGCMidTNLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/bgcmidtn/
Starting a Podcast in Kips Bay Boys & Girls Club
Finally a good debate. As a parent and an educator I ask myself this question all the time. This debate is a bit different because our members at Kips Bay Boys & Girls Club are taking the lead. They really make some good points for each side. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/kips-bay-digital-arts/message
Some members at Kips Bay Boys & Girls Club call themselves sneaker heads. I will test them and ask how much they know about brands and up coming sneaker drops. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/kips-bay-digital-arts/message
Tall Guy Talks Travel with Rick Dougherty
Rick is joined by Jay (aka, Aesthetic Puppet) to talk about their charity drive to collect basketballs and soccer balls for Boys and Girls Club locations in the Orlando area. Jay also sticks around to cover a number of other topics surrounding Walt Disney World. To donate to the cause, buy a $20 gift card to Five Below or Dick's Sporting Goods, and send it to email@example.com by March 27th. We will pick up the basketballs and soccer balls the last week of March, and drop them off by the 31st. Follow Rick on social media... Twitter - @rick_ear Instagram - @rickdoughertytgtt TikTok - @tallguytalkstravel
Heather Monahan is a kindhearted soul that genuinely wants to help people improve their confidence and live life to their fullest. She is resilient and has overcome adversity her whole life. She has been hard-working since a young age. Her success has been earned, not given. Her love, honesty, and kindness is real. Her books, Overcome Your Villains and Confidence Creator, will boost your confidence and bring a lot of positivity into your life. Heather is a two time best-selling author. In 2022, she was one of the Top 50 Keynote Speakers in the World. She's also the Host of the Creating Confidence Podcast, a TedX speaker and is on the Board of Directors of Healthlynked Corp. She successfully climbed the corporate ladder for nearly 20 years, broke the glass ceiling and claim her spot in the C-suite. As a Chief Revenue Officer for a Media company she won the Glass Ceiling Award in 2017 and was named one of the most Influential Women in Radio. Thrive Global named her a Limit Breaking Female Founder in 2018, and in 2021 Girls Club named her the Thought Leader of the Year.Heather's book Confidence Creator shot to #1 on Amazon's Business Biographies and Business Motivation lists the first week it debuted on Amazon. In 2021, Forbes named Confidence Creator one of the 5 “must have” books for women in business. Heather's Podcast Creating Confidence, debuted on the Top 200 shows on Apple podcast. Her guests include Sara Blakely, Gary Vaynerchuck, Ryan Serhant, and Kaitlyn Bristowe among many other noteworthy celebrities and entrepreneurs.Heather was named one of the Top 40 Female Keynote Speakers in 2020 and Top 50 Keynote Speakers for 2022 by Real Leaders. Her TedX talk was promoted to a TED Talk and translated into 6 different languages. She has been featured in USA Today, CNN, Forbes, Fast Company, Gary V's Audio Experience and The Steve Harvey Show. Fun Fact: Heather is a very funny person!We loved Heather's books and we definitely recommend them! You can order them by pressing on the following links: Overcome Your Villains and Confidence Creator. LINKS to follow and connect with Heather: https://www.linkedin.com/in/theheathermonahan/ https://heathermonahan.com/ https://www.instagram.com/heathermonahan/ https://www.facebook.com/heathermonahanofficial https://twitter.com/_heathermonahan/
Tall Guy Talks Travel with Rick Dougherty
Rick and Sarah Says discuss what is wrong with Tomorrowland in both Walt Disney World and Disneyland. This is coming on the heels of the opening of Tron Lightcycle Run at Magic Kingdom in WDW. This will be the first of two conversations between Rick and Sarah about fixing Tomorrowland. Rick is also collecting gift cards to Dick's Sporting Goods and Five Below, so he can buy soccer balls and basketballs for Boys and Girls Club locations throughout the Orlando area. Please consider purchasing a $20 gift card, and sending it to firstname.lastname@example.org. Rick will make sure to personally thank everyone who sends in a gift card. To follow Rick on social media... Twitter - @rick_ear Instagram - @rickdoughertytgtt TikTok - @tallguytalkstravel
Transcript: https://www.rev.com/transcript-editor/shared/vkCP96L0X5pAjwFGzBMbQPTe9LSgAE_Nhnv5qeGLzfc6QYcKSPtGfAVmkrAG6HrLrSOZDocg3dqHeQO0cZApEw6Eo_k?loadFrom=SharedLinkWilfred Romero has been a resident of Colorado Springs since June 2001. He has 35 years of experience leading non-profit organizations that provide services to individuals with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities. Wil holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Organizational Management in Human Resources.In Wil's previous position with Booz Allen Hamilton, he provided training and technical assistance to non-profit agencies' management teams as a Grantee Specialist. Wil's area of expertise is program Design and Management.Wil considers one his greatest achievements to be the opening of a Boys & Girls Club of Cheyenne in the low-income neighborhood where he grew up. The Boys & Girls Club of Cheyenne now serves over 3,000 youth members in Cheyenne, WY.Wil is now the Executive Director of The Arc Pikes Peak Region and is committed to leading the organization to new heights.Connect with the Rocky Mountain ADA Center at https://rockymountainada.org/ or find us on social media. Don't forget to subscribe, rate and review us on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Spotify or anywhere else you get your podcasts!
Recapping a productive weekend for several Arizona Wildcats sports including men's and women's basketball; Guest Kent Somers covered the hiring of Arizona Cardinals Head Coach Jonathan Gannon before working his last day at the Arizona Republic and retiring; Former Arizona basketball star Corey Williams hosts a visit by current players to the Boys & Girls Club.
Today's Guest: Juan CarilloJuan Carillo is a small business owner and entrepreneur with experience creating business plans, raising capital, and managing projects. He has led his microbrewery's social responsibility strategy, which has been able to fund student scholarships, connect volunteers to nonprofits, raise funds for local causes, and provide an outlet for artists and entrepreneurs to showcase their work. Juan has over ten years of experience in the nonprofit sector. His most recent role is Senior Director of College and Career Development with the Boys and Girls Club of central Orange Coast. Under his leadership, the organization's impact grew from 40 to 2500 high school youth served annually. Juan led the program's expansion to four cities in Orange County and managed relationships with districts, community organizations, corporate partners, and foundations. In addition, he led the development of yearly program goals, metrics, evaluations, and strategies that met organizational grant and donor objectives. Juan has an MA in social entrepreneurship from Pepperdine University.From this episode: "I think when we allow people in their communities to find their solution, they want that solution; they want to figure it out. And you can make change faster by infusing resources, or as you said, being that conduit that facilitator exponentially. And I think people get the whole concept here a little confused, social responsibility, what does that look like, community-based activities." -Dr. T"For me, it's about having listeners understand that I think we have the opportunity to change the world. And it's our responsibility to find how we're spending our time and spending our money to drive that and make that change. And I think it's what we'll see in the next several years; this social enterprise movement has become at the forefront of how we engage as consumers and how we want to engage with companies. And I believe we will see some of the best innovations from Orange County or Southern California that will impact the world. "-Juan Carillohttps://www.revhuboc.com/https://www.linkedin.com/in/juanecarrillo/
N.B. Contains some strong language Welcome to The Club! Been broken up with? The patriarchy getting you down? Cry behind your pal's garage and ruin the party again? Well, have no fear because Sad Girls Club is here! Episode 197 is in conversation with actor and writer Hannah Elizabeth Morton who following a successful Fringe run, is bringing her comedy Sad Girls Club to Glasgow's International Comedy Festival this March. We chat about life as a creative, the experiences that inspired her to write the play and what it really means to be a sad girl! With her talent, wit and dedication, Hannah has crafted an uplifting and empowering production that she is hugely proud of, which seeks to tackle many of the issues faced by women and girls and invites audiences to ‘have some fun being sad'. Enjoy! Tickets for Sad Girls Club https://www.glasgowcomedyfestival.com/events/sad-girls-club/ Sad Girls Club on Instagram https://instagram.com/thesadgirlsclub2023?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y= If you've enjoyed this episode you can help support the production of future episodes by clicking on the Ko-Fi link below. Many thanks. https://ko-fi.com/thebrawandthebrave Follow The Braw and The Brave https://www.instagram.com/thebrawandthebravepodcast/ https://www.facebook.com/TheBrawandTheBrave https://twitter.com/BrawBrave
Tim Boetsma, founder of the movement ‘Doe Patrol'. Originating during the height of the COVID-era, Doe Patrol was a project with the Boys and Girls Club of America in Holland, Michigan to provide meals and badly needed protein to kids in the program. He sits down with Robbie to share his mission of feeding the less fortunate by stacking food pantries and charitable organizations with healthy venison and wild game. Want to increase your success with your Grand Slam turkey hunting this Spring? Get access to private land through www.landtrust.com - use BLOODORIGINS at checkout to waive all fees. See more from Blood Origins: https://bit.ly/BloodOrigins_Subscribe Music: Migration by Ian Post (Winter Solstice), licensed through artlist.io Podcast is brought to you by: Bushnell: https://www.bushnell.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This week Marquette Golden Eagle alumni and former NBA point guard with the Milwaukee Bucks and Sacramento Kings, Dr. Lloyd Walton, joins Will Gates and Arthur Agee on the Hoop Dreams Podcast. Lloyd grew up in Chicago and attended Mount Carmel High School where he was named a Parade All-American before going on to Marquette where he played for legendary coach Al McGuire. After playing 5 years in the NBA Lloyd went on to be an assistant coach and scout at the collegiate and pro level. He has worked in the non-profit sector for The James Jordan Boys & Girls Club & Family Life Center and the Washington Park YMCA in Chicago. Lloyd is currently senior career counsellor for the National Basketball Players Association and runs Life Long Winner a consulting company designed to help athlete's with transition planning and life coaching. Listen and Subscribe to Agee & Gates on Apple, Spotify and YouTube.An Unlearning Network ProductionHosted by Will Gates and Arthur AgeeProduced by Matt HoffarWritten by Matt Hoffar, Will Gates and Arthur AgeeEditing by: Matt Savagewww.unlearningnetwork.com
Starting a Podcast in Kips Bay Boys & Girls Club
Community Service @ Kips Bay Boys & Girls Club. It's an Saturday afternoon and the staff dumped up. All the inters are hear from BECA. It's a beautiful day and we are out here giving the people food, pampers, clothes, school supplies, and most importantly LOVE. We were also joined with Council Rep. from District 14 Ms. Pierina Sanchez. I was looking forward to doing a podcast with her. Enjoy our Saturday edition. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/kips-bay-digital-arts/message
Starting a Podcast in Kips Bay Boys & Girls Club
Black history month is the shortest month of the year but our members at Kips Bay Boys & Girls Club are not short of conversation. Every year we have a deep conversation about how black history effects us. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/kips-bay-digital-arts/message
Starting a Podcast in Kips Bay Boys & Girls Club
Brents Club where we ask the hard questions of our youth. Have you ever been drug tested for any reason? Have you ever tasted alcohol? We really want to open up a line of communications with our members at Kips Bay Boys & Girls Club. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/kips-bay-digital-arts/message
On this episode Sabrina breaks down her views on the films Honey and You People, we also talk about the Chinese spy balloon, and Sabrina pitches her own TV show.
If you are listening to this—it is likely you either have access to ThankView through your organization or have at least seen their unicorn logo. If you don't know what I'm talking about, it's the cloud-based platform that lets you easily create and send personalized videos to raise awareness, promote events, update stakeholders, and thank those who matter most. Today, we will talk with JD Beebe, ThankView's co-founder and CEO. JD tells us how and why he became an entrepreneur and shares the story of how ThankView was originally created to make completing his wedding thank you notes more enjoyable. ThankView now works with over 1,000 annual partners, including The Boys & Girls Club, Boston University, Cornell, Pepperdine, Miami University and Colorado State University. In November of 2021, ThankView merged with EverTrue, the top-rated data, software, and services solution for fundraisers. He now serves as President of EverTrue (www.evertrue.com). Before founding ThankView, JD founded New Antisocial, a digital marketing agency, and Beebe's Buttcamp, a fitness studio that was named "One of the 9 Best New Studios in NYC" by Racked.com. He and his team built everything with no outside investment and have successfully generated millions of dollars while staying cash positive. New Antisocial worked with top global brands including Intel and Spartan Race as well as fledgling startups. Prior to founding New Antisocial, JD was Creative Director for Noise, a digital advertising company in NYC. His work has appeared on CNN, NBC, AdAge, Fast Company, MTV and has won accolades including the Platinum Cannes Lion and top One Show awards. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/devdebrief/support
“It was then, in the midst of my mess, that I encountered Jesus. And I kept thinking, ‘How come no one ever told me? How come no one ever told me about God and his unbelievable love—even for a messed up woman like me?'” — Cindy BultemaThis month's memory verse: “I have loved you with an everlasting love; I have drawn you with unfailing kindness.” — Jeremiah 31:3b Today's podcast: It's February, and Valentine's Day is right around the corner! In this month where we celebrate love, we wanted to stop and look at God's everlasting love. Join Natalie Abbott as she talks with Cindy Bultema, Executive Director of GEMS Girls' Clubs, about this month's verse: Jeremiah 31:3b. You won't want to miss Cindy's testimony of how God rescued her, what to do when we find ourselves looking for love in people and places that are not God, and why this verse was so significant not only for the original hearers in Jeremiah's day but for our lives today as well. May you be encouraged as you hear these stories of God's everlasting love and unfailing kindness! Today's Dwell guest: Cindy Bultema is a wife, mom of four, author, and Executive Director of GEMS Girls' Clubs. She loves traveling the world sharing with women of all ages and stages about the fullness and freedom available through Christ.Memorize Scripture with us: Find out more about Dwell's monthly kit with temporary tattoos, a display card, a key tag, and more to help you know and dwell on God's Word. Get our weekly devotional email: Dive deeper into this month's verse. Did you love today's episode?: We'd love to hear about it! Would you leave a rating or review in your podcast player to help others find the show? Links from today's show:GEMS websiteJeremiah 31:3b necklaceAre you looking for a place to connect with other people who are memorizing this month's verse? We've got you covered! We have a Dwell Differently Official Facebook group—come check it out!Learn more about Starfish Project in our interview with their founder, Jenny McGee.Support the show
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Bryan Cranston, yes that Bryan Cranston, joined the show to share an opportunity for you to win a pair of Super Bowl tickets, to promote the Boys and Girls Club charity, and to discuss his iconic career.
What we covered:The importance of hiring pure talent.Why CEOs should hire talent rather than anything else.The importance of a good interview session with prospective employees to gauge their capabilities.The importance of momentum, especially from a business standpoint.Why aiming high for your business helps you have fewer bottlenecks and the like.Why having fun is just as important as succeeding.Why having a substitute plan is always a good idea.Tweetable Quotes:“I feel like in this bizarre macro, talent is the only leverage.” - Jim Jonassen“We feel like we can add more value if there are higher stakes” - Jim Jonassen“The changes that Covid brought on us will not sort themselves out next quarter, next year. It's gonna be a decade. Among them is the rapid digitization of everything.” - Jim Jonassen“You can't piggyback on anybody else's due diligence. You gotta do the work; you got to get to the unit economics, and the business plan and the product market fit and everything else on your own.” - Jim Jonassen“Don't hire for a job ‘til you've done the job.” - Jim Jonassen“If the work is done, if the rigor is maintained, if you keep that forward momentum, that's what you've gotta have, you gotta have a real partnership and engagement. If you do, it's going to work real flawlessly.” - Jim Jonassen“You can't comfort the afflicted without afflicting the comfortable.” - Jim Jonassen“Why get a “B Meal?” when you could say,” Hey, let's go raise a little bit more money and hit the bit at Nobu or Maestro's?” -Jim JonassenLinks Mentioned:Kurt's TwitterKurt's InstagramKurt's LinkedInJim JonassenAdam MillerChristian ChabotJason NazarRay DalioRyan ScottEsriBoys and Girls Club of Sta. MonicaHunt ClubJJA.CoPixarSequoiaStone Eagle Golf Club
Hot Springs Village Inside Out
Ike Eisenhauer discusses standard Home, Auto, and Life insurance and much, much more. Ike Eisenhauer State Farm offers investment and annuities in addition to helping clients achieve proper insurance coverage. Today, Ike discusses ways to customize investment strategies to maximize returns. Says Ike... I look forward to getting to know you and your families and providing you with an excellent insurance experience. I am local to the Hot Springs Area and my family and I enjoy the beautiful views and outdoors recreation this town has to offer. I also enjoy having the opportunity to help others right in my own backyard! Being an active member of my community is important to me. I am a member of the Hot Springs Village Area Chamber of Commerce and have been a board member of the Boys and Girls Club since 1999. I love supporting our local schools and organizations so if you think of any volunteer, fundraising, or sponsorship opportunities that may interest me or my team, please let me know! I have been with State Farm Insurance since 1990 and opened the doors to my State Farm agency in 1998. Since then, my agency has qualified for several awards over the years including the Million Dollar Round Table, State Farm President's Club and State Farm Chairman's Circle, as well as Hot Springs Village Insurance Agent and Insurance Agency of the Year, and Business of the Year and Customer Service of the Year by the HSV Area Chamber of Commerce. I look forward to providing my community with excellent service for as long as I possibly can. Our team is here to serve Hot Springs Village and surrounding Garland and Saline Counties communities including Jessieville, Mountain Pine, Fountain Lake, Lonsdale, Owensville, and Hot Springs. We are happy to help with car insurance, home insurance, life insurance, renters insurance, financial services and more! My team and I also enjoy assisting and welcoming those relocating to the state of Arkansas. Running my State Farm agency has taught me how to provide exceptional protection for our customers. My team and I value finding you the right insurance to fit your needs. I look forward to creating even more positive relationships in this amazing community! Please stop in sometime to meet my incredible team, or if it is more convenient for you, you can always give us a call or send us an email. We pride ourselves on great customer service and quality insurance coverage you can trust. We look forward to working with you! Visit Ike and his team or contact them today. (Directly across the highway from Sonic Drive-In) 4705 N Highway 7 Hot Springs Village, AR 71909 Call (501) 984-4100 Visit them online at IkeEisenhauer.net Thanks to our exclusive media partner, KVRE • Join Our Free Email Newsletter • Subscribe To The Podcast Anyway You Want • Subscribe To Our YouTube Channel (click that bell icon, too) • Join Our Facebook Group • Tell Your Friends About Our Show • Support Our Sponsors (click on the images below to visit their websites) __________________________________________
When Heather Monahan worked in corporate, she helped her company grow from 100 million in revenue to an excess of 200 million. She rose through the ranks, serving as the VP of Sales, EVP, and eventually Chief Revenue Officer. Despite her tireless efforts, she was fired as soon as a new CEO stepped in. Rather than wallowing in her defeat, she self-published her first bestselling book and became one of the Top Keynote Speakers in the World in 2022. In this episode, you'll learn about how being a people pleaser makes you less confident, tips for handling rejection, and what you can do to challenge your limiting beliefs. Heather was named one of the Top 40 Female Keynote Speakers in 2020 and Top 50 Keynote Speakers for 2022 by Real Leaders. Her TEDx talk was promoted to TED and translated into 6 languages. Harper Collins Leadership published her new book Overcome Your Villains in November 2021. Heather has been featured in USA Today, CNN, Forbes, Fast Company, Gary V's Audio Experience, and The Steve Harvey Show. In this episode, Hala and Heather will discuss: - How Heather became a renowned speaker - Micro challenge, macro opportunity - Dealing with bullies - Asserting your dominance against negative people - Confidence vs. insecurity - How journaling helps Heather track her growth - Don't be afraid to ask for what you want - How can you challenge your limiting beliefs? - Conducting an audit of your social circle - Don't apologize for existing - And other topics… Heather Monahan is a best-selling author X2, Top 50 Keynote Speaker in the World 2022, Podcast Host of Creating Confidence, TEDX speaker, and has most recently been appointed to the Board of Directors of Healthlynked Corp. As a Chief Revenue Officer in Media, Heather Monahan is a Glass Ceiling Award winner, named one of the most Influential Women in Radio in 2017, Thrive Global named her a Limit Breaking Female Founder in 2018, and in 2021 Girls Club named her the Thought Leader of the Year. Heather's show, Creating Confidence, debuted on the Top 200 shows on Apple Podcasts. Her guests include Sara Blakely, Gary Vaynerchuck, Ryan Serhant, and Kaitlyn Bristowe, among many other noteworthy celebrities and entrepreneurs. Heather and her son Dylan reside in Miami. Resources Mentioned: Heather's TEDx Talk: https://www.ted.com/talks/heather_monahan_me_too_s_mis_step_or_me_too_s_mistake Heather's Website: https://heathermonahan.com/ Heather's Books (Hard Copy): https://www.amazon.com/stores/Heather-Monahan/author/B07BNX96Z1?ref=ap_rdr&store_ref=ap_rdr&isDramIntegrated=true&shoppingPortalEnabled=true Heather's Books (Audible): https://www.audible.com/author/Heather-Monahan/B07BNX96Z1 Heather's Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/creating-confidence-with-heather-monahan/id1462192400 Heather's LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/theheathermonahan Heather's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/heathermonahan/ Heather's Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/heathermonahanofficial Heather's Twitter: https://twitter.com/_heathermonahan/ LinkedIn Secrets Masterclass, Have Job Security For Life: Use code ‘podcast' for 40% off at yapmedia.io/course. More About Young and Profiting Download Transcripts - youngandprofiting.com Get Sponsorship Deals - youngandprofiting.com/sponsorships Leave a Review - ratethispodcast.com/yap Watch Videos - youtube.com/c/YoungandProfiting Follow Hala Taha LinkedIn - linkedin.com/in/htaha/ Instagram - instagram.com/yapwithhala/ TikTok - tiktok.com/@yapwithhala Twitter - twitter.com/yapwithhala Learn more about YAP Media Agency Services - yapmedia.io/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Food, Health and Education is the mission of the Kids' Health and Wellness Fair on February 4th, 2023 from 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM at the Pip Moyer Recreation Center at Truxtun Park, Annapolis, MD. The Fair is sponsored by Annapolis Pediatrics.The Fair purpose is to encouraging wellness as a whole for our children and providing information and resources to local families. It is free to families in the community, with lunch from Mission BBQ and food boxes for the first 100 people from the Anne Arundel County Food Bank. The event will host a variety of family-fun activities for kids ages 5-13 and offer many local community resources.Listen in as Dr. Turner and players from the Navy Football team describe what to expect at the Kids' Health and Wellness Fair and how Annapolis Pediatrics has worked with other community groups to make the Fair a reality.Annapolis Pediatrics' partner and pediatrician, Dr. Margaret Turner shares her excitement to bring this free community event to life, “We are excited to host this event with Navy football players in attendance and along with our other sponsors to bring health and wellness education to our community. Healthy eating and exercise are the foundations on which long-lasting habits for wellness are built upon. We hope the kids in our community will come out and take advantage of the opportunity to come play with our hometown football team!”Players from the Navy Football team will be in attendance leading active play with the kids, taking pictures and signing autographs.The Health and Wellness Fair will include many community organizations such as the Anne Arundel County Public Library who will be giving out books for kids to take home and leading a STEM activity. Makeathe bakery will be doing healthy eating demonstrations, the Boys and Girls Club of Annapolis and Anne Arundel County, The Arc Central Chesapeake Region, and Chesapeake Family Life who will be leading family-fun activities, and more!
Anita speaks with Rebecca Britton and Dan Rushing of the Boys and Girls Club about what is going on. Produced by Jim Richards
Leading Education With Jeff Rose
Educational leaders should not ONLY listen to and learn from educators. Districts and schools may be complicated places, but there are also other organizations that are committed to serving our youth that do incredible work. Case in point . . . this week Jeff talks with Jim Clark, the CEO of Boys & Girls Clubs of America. They serve 5,100 centers/locations impacting 4.6 million students! Yeah, you read that right. A massive undertaking and leadership responsibility. You can't listen to this and NOT learn something about strategy, navigating the complexity of the current times, and servant leadership.
On the podcast today: Urban League Young Professionals is growing and hosting a series of events next week, the Boys and Girls Club of Dane County has named its Youth of the Year and the federal government is ending the public health emergency prompted by COVID-19.
Book Vending Machines! Every School Should Get One! “Inchy's Bookworm Vending Machine” was created by Global Vending Group for Book Vending.com. The machines incentivize students to read in a fun way. I saw one in a local school when I went to vote last year and was blown away. The teacher I spoke to said it's a huge success. Golden Inchy tokens are given to children as rewards for positive actions. Every kid during the year eventually earns one to pick a book from the vending machine they get to keep. The kids love it! Global Vending Founder & CEO Jason (Jay) Blumberg joined me on The Debbie Nigro Show to share the backstory of how these machines came to be, how he figured out how to engineer a vending machine to vend books, and how since 2018 they're successfully addressing the literacy challenges in schools across the country. Jay says the experience of being at the ribbon cutton ceremony's around the country seeing the unveiling and the pure joy from the kids and teachers takes his breath away. An avid reader himself and the son of eduvcators, it's now become his passion project. Jay's spoken to over 1000 educators and seen the hardships and and the love the teachers have for their kids and and everything his do is helping the educators communicate and bond with the kids. The book vending machines are now in 4000 schools, in every state, and also all over Canada. The demand is increasing. They're making reading a reward rather than an assignment. One by one schools are signing up to get their own Inchy Bookworm Vending Machine - some even custom designed in their school logos and colors to highlight school pride. Great story and great opportuntity for every school dsitrict in the country to jump in on as there are many ways the funds can be accessed to get these book vending machines in schools. PTA and PTO Presidents are rallying around this project, there are Title 1 Grants, and teachers are having great success getting the funding from Donor Chose.org. Schools can fundraise and crowd fund raise. The United Way has an Education Foundation Fund, the Boys and Girls Club, Kiwanis Club, Wealth investors are all finding the funds and even Elon Musk bought one. Bookvending.com features all the various funding options. Enjoy this inspiring conversation about ther power of “Inchy's Bookworm Vending Machine" and the entrepreneur who brought it to life. Meet ”Global Vending Founder & CEO Jason (Jay) Blumberg who joined me live on The Debbie Nigro Show.
Executive Managing DirectorPat is the Managing Director of the Phoenix Tenant Representation Group and is responsible for all day-to-day operations.He represents clients in facility and site acquisition. His responsibilities include marketing, strategy implementation, site evaluation and selection, detailed financial analysis and lease review and negotiations. His technical knowledge of the real estate process gives him a broad understanding of the important principles that must be incorporated into a transaction. His leadership skills and unparalleled knowledge of the office, industrial and medical industries continue to exceed clients' expectations, including but not limited to Axway, Banner Health, Choice Hotels, City of Phoenix, Freedom Financial, Dial Corporation, Isagenix, Lovitt & Touche, Northern Trust, Progressive Insurance, Shutterfly and the State of Arizona.Pat focuses on user/tenant representation for the following specialties: Acquisitions, Public Institutions, Banking, Technology, Call Center, Corporate Headquarters, Dispositions, Portfolio Management, Financial and Strategic Consulting, Healthcare and Law Firms. Pat received his Bachelor of Science in business arts from the University of Arizona. His civic activities include the Boys and Girls Club and The Phoenix Thunderbirds.
Starting a Podcast in Kips Bay Boys & Girls Club
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Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine: We begin with the Clean Slate Act's failure to pass in Schenectady. Then, Willie Terry brings us coverage from the recent Kwanzaa celebration at the Troy Boys and Girls Club. Followed by Willie Terry's interview with Brother Malik Muhammad on Black History at that Kwanzaa event. After that, Marsha Lazarus interviews an advocate for social justice and equality by the name of Regina Betts. Finally, we hear the second part of Lavender's interview with Steve Piece, co-founder and former executive director of the Sanctuary.
WOOC Roaming Correspondent Willie Terry attended day 4 of the Kwanzaa Celebration (Ujamaa/Cooperative Economics) at the Troy Boys and Girls Club on December 29, 2022. In this segment, he recorded an exert from Brother Malik Muhammad's Kwanzaa presentation and interviewed NAACP President Renee Powell and First Vice President Jerry Ford on their views about Kwanzaa and its importance to the community.
WOOC Roaming Correspondent Willie Terry attended day 4 of the Kwanzaa Celebration (Ujamaa/Cooperative Economics) at the Troy Boys and Girls Club on December 29, 2022. In this segment, he recorded excerts from Brother Malik Muhammad's Kwanzaa presentation on "Black History." Part 2
Hudson Mohawk Magazine Roaming Labor Correspondent Willie Terry attended day 4 of the Kwanzaa Celebration (Ujamaa/Cooperative Economics) at the Troy Boys and Girls Club on December 29, 2022. In this segment, he recorded excerpts from Brother Malik Muhammad's Kwanzaa presentation on "Black History." Part 3
Started in 1954,The Boys & Girls Club of greater Scottsdale now has 9 area locations. It's a safe place for kids to attend camps, after school activities, award winning scholarships and more. President and CEO Ivan Gilreath joins me at the table to talk about the benefits of Boys & Girls Club, how we can support the kids in our community and what's ahead. Calendar of Events To learn more about Scottsdale Boys & Girls Club and how you can help support our kids https://bgcs.org/ Street Eats Food Truck Festival Happening this Saturday & Sunday at Salt River Fields, come and enjoy dozens of food trucks from around the Valley. From 11am-5pm tickets start at $12 for General Admission. Buy ahead to get a discount and kids 12 and under are FREE. Barett-Jackson Car ShowDon't forget to check out the Barrett-Jackson car show happening this week. Buy tickets online to save a few bucks, and remember, it is a family fun event! Listen to last week's episode to hear more from Craig Jackson himself. Scottsdale Western WeekStarts this weekend Jan 28-Feb 5. Events all week long starting with Museum of the West, taking a tour of all the Parada del Sol events, a Western Themed Art Walk on Thursday night and of course the Parada del Sol parade to cap off the week on Feb 4.
6am hour-- a 5th batch of classified documents discovered on Pres. Joe Biden's property (and a search is on-going at a new location, too), a quick scored card between Biden and Trump on classified documents, a KVI caller is skeptical that Biden's private lawyers are being forthright about what's actually been found to this point, one of six anti-police rioters arrested in Atlanta this weekend is from Washington and five-out-of-the-six who were arrested are from outside Georgia so they ostensibly descended on Atlanta from out of state to cause chaos and destruction, witnesses describe the damage and destruction inflicted on Atlanta over the weekend, one witness said the riot was clearly not peaceful. 7am hour -- a 1952 US military fighter jet battle against Soviet Mig jets makes the popular movie Top Gun look like child's play, deciphering what we know so far about Lunar New Year mass shooting attack in Monterrey Park, CA, the suspected shooter is a 72-year-old Asian man who ended up killing himself when confronted by police, the astounding 1952 US military aviation dog fight over the Sea of Japan is becoming a more completely known this week, it involves a US fighter jet pilot shooting down a remarkable 4 Soviet MiG-15 jets, pilot Royce Williams fired all rounds available on his F9F Panther over the course of 30 minutes, 263 bullet holes were counted in Williams' F9 Panther when he landed, Williams and all those involved were ordered not to talk about the dog fight for fear it could ignite WWIII between the US and Soviets, how Williams was honored for his valor despite never speaking of the potent confrontation. 8am hour -- Gov. Jay Inslee, St. Sen. Manka Dhingra and the police pursuit law, the WA stolen car rate has jumped to record breaking levels at the same time the police pursuit law was restricted by Legislative Democrats and Gov. Inslee, why KVI listeners should support HB1363 which will revise the current WA police pursuit law, not much social media bump for Seattle's Kshama Sawant after last week's big announcement, GUEST: organizer of Safe Lynnwood, Vivian Dong talks to KVI about a protest yesterday in Lynnwood regarding proposed opiod treatment center near the Alderwood Boys and Girls Club, why Dong is concerned about Lynnwood's mayor amid all of this, the remaining options for Lynnwood neighbors to block or relocate the proposed treatment center, who is more annoying?: VP Kamala Harris or teen climate panic activist Greta Thunberg??
In this week's #podcast Austin offers his thoughts on the #hyperlocal headlines, including discussion on the #OaklandFl election and the unanimous win of #WinterGardenFl #Mayor John Rees and #Commissioner Lisa Bennett. - West Orange Boys and Girls Club is Coming - Windermere Decides Faith of Dirt Road - Horizon West Discusses the Homeless - Politics in West Orange County! Subscribe on your favorite platform: https://www.westorangeonthego.com/listen Austin Arthur takes us through the hyperlocal news this week with comment. ** Also available for listening on the Winter Garden App LISTEN via that app HERE: https://qrco.de/bbLWIe ** West Orange on the Go is hosted by Austin Arthur and brought to you by the West Orange Times & Observer. #WestOrange! This is your news! “West Orange on the Go” hyperlocal news and comment. Please send Austin Arthur your feedback, questions, and ideas by visiting https://www.westorangeonthego.com #WestOrange #WinterGarden #Windermere #HorizonWest #WestOrangeTimes #ObserverMedia #Observer #AustinArthur #WestOrangeOnTheGo
KVI's John Carlson interviews Lynnwood Mayor, Christine Frizzell, about the city's appeal now to the Washington Department of Health in an effort to relocate or stop the location of an opiod treatment center near the Alderwood Boys and Girls Club.
Can you be FIT over 50 or over 60? Our special guest Carla Jennings is here to help you and me to say yes we can! In this episode, Carla shares her expertise and insights that will help you tip into the health and abundance God has for us for 2023! Fitness is a part of God's plan for you! Carla and I discuss how your fitness goals should match your unique self; discovering your "why" when pursuing health & fitness over 50; is fitness a lifestyle or a season; how parents can model healthly choices for their children, and much more! Carla S. Jennings is a wife, mother of 5, grandmother of 3, business owner and pastors with her husband Dr. Al Jennings II. She has been pastoring an exciting and life changing work with her husband at Summit Church in Fort Wayne, IN for 38 years. It has been a thrilling and pioneering experience. Carla is also an Author with her first book, Is God In The Bathroom? As owner of FIT4U! Studio, located in downtown Fort Wayne, her passion for fitness and health is both contagious and evident. Carla has helped countless ladies transform their lives. She has taken her services outside her studio to organizations, such as Easterseal Arc, East Allen Community Schools, Boys & Girls Club, Euell Wilson Community Center. It's her desire to help her city & abroad get FIT4U! Visit her website https://www.carlajennings.com/ Click the link to get her book Is God In The Bathroom? https://a.co/4bNgoBH Her social media: Tiktok: @carlajennings1 IG: @carlasjennings FB: Fit4u!2 From our sponsor announcement use this link to access the Your Voice Matters - Start Your Podcast Challenge Online Course at https://course.yourvoicematterscoaching.com/ Remember to like, comment, share, and subscribe to this podcast! To find out more about our coaching services go to www.joedetre.com. Show your support for this podcast at https://paypal.me/CU2Sjoedetre or CashApp $JoseDetre Music by Hot_Music from Pixabay --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/joeonthemic/support
Only in Seattle - Real Estate Unplugged
LYNNWOOD, Wash. — A contentious debate in Lynnwood reached a stalemate Monday night over the planned location for an addiction treatment center.Despite pushback from concerned parents, Acadia Health attempted to clear its final hurdle for approval to open its opioid treatment clinic just steps away from the Alderwood Boys and Girls Club, an after-school program for kids and teens.Although Snohomish County makes up only 10% of the state's population, county data shows they now account for more than 18% of the heroin-related deaths statewide. As such, company Acadia Health said drug addiction clinics are badly needed in Lynnwood.Still, protestors at Monday night's Lynnwood City Council meeting said that they are more concerned about location than anything else."I feel like this location is... crazy," said one public commenter at the podium."Safety," Jou Hou, a protester, told KING 5. " Yeah. The safety is our priority. It's the wrong location because it's too close to our kids."Acadia Health is one of Snohomish County's largest treatment centers. On January 23, it plans to relocate its Bothell facility to Lynnwood on H. If it receives final approval from the state, the center would host an estimated 300 patients and it would be one of few local clinics that administers methadone, a medication for opioid dependence.Support the showSign Up For Exclusive Episodes At: https://reasonabletv.com/LIKE & SUBSCRIBE for new videos every day. https://www.youtube.com/c/NewsForReasonablePeople
As a fifteen year old tenderfoot building boats, Ansil Saunders would've never believed he'd one day become a national hero. Stemmed from Scotland, his extended family of boat builders would eventually build the most sought after bonefish skiffs on an Island in the Bahamas. Five generations later, Bimini's Saunders was not only working with local wood to build skiffs, but he too started to guide and eventually became legendary by catching the all-tackle world record 16 pound bonefish (which still stands today) with angler, Jerry Lavenstein. But there was a daunting cloud that always bothered him, people treated him differently because of the color of his skin. Bimini's “Big Game Club” wouldn't serve black people, and at twenty one years of age he walked in and demanded equality. For forty days he was turned away and on the forty first the tide turned and black men and women were finally welcomed. Saunders, Nelson Mandela, and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. all had the same dream of an equal playing field for the black man. Dr. King went to the Bahamas seeking a peaceful place to write his Nobel Prize acceptance speech. It was Ansil that took Dr. King to Bonefish creek to write his legendary oration. Years later he would return to write his striking sanitation workers speech. Four days later Dr. King was assassinated. Saunders' was the Chairman of the Progressive Liberation Party for fourteen years. Bimini declared Independence in 1973. He also started the Boy's and Girls Club in 1969. His goal was to educate the younger generation so that they too may continue to “Level the Playing field!” Ansil Saunders is a National Treasure. It was a special honor to get to know him and have him and his son, Tyrone, in my home. And it's perfect that we bring you his story on Dr. Marin Luther King Jr. Day...
The Monologue: A Tacoma gas station was robbed at gun point. The Interview: Vivian Dong (Safe Lynnwood) is leading the fight against an opioid clinic near a Boys and Girls Club. The Interview: Rep. Jenny Graham (R-Spokane) takes us through her new public safety bills.LongForm: Casey was attacked in Seattle by a homeless man, leaving him with a broken femoral neck bone. He's speaking out about the rise of crime.Quick Hit: Idaho families against transgender locker room proposals.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This season we are interviewing people we think are next-level in light of Ryan's new book called Leveling Up: 12 Questions to Elevate your Personal and Professional Development. Today's guest is Heather Monahan. She is a best-selling author X2, Top 50 Keynote Speaker in the World 2022, Podcast Host of Creating Confidence, TedX speaker, and has most recently been appointed to the Board of Directors of Healthlynked Corp. Having successfully climbed the corporate ladder for nearly 20 years; Heather Monahan is one of the few women to break the glass ceiling and claim her spot in the C-suite. As a Chief Revenue Officer in Media, Heather Monahan is a Glass Ceiling Award winner named one of the most Influential Women in Radio in 2017, and Thrive Global named her a Limit Breaking Female Founder in 2018, and in 2021, Girls Club named her the Thought Leader of the Year. Heather's book Confidence Creator shot to #1 on Amazon's Business Biographies, and Business Motivation lists the first week it debuted on Amazon. Forbes named Confidence Creator one of the five must-have books for women in business in 2021.
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Hour one of Crowder's Toy Drive special at the Lester H. White Boys & Girls Club in Fort Lauderdale. Hoch and Crowder poke fun at Josh Appel for bringing a Sandy bobblehead. Then, we discuss Tua not making the initial NFL Pro Bowl roster.