May 28, 2011
Winkie LaForce is the Executive Director of Leadership Triangle. She shares with us the importance of servant leadership in today’s ever changing economy.
May 14, 2011
Peter Anlyan is the former General Manager of the Durham Bulls and founder of Anlyan consulting. We will explore the what it means to lead by and create a culture with your personal values.
May 7, 2011
William Blackmon, CEO of LinkMeIn, explores how to use LinkedIn to find employment opportunities, create an outstanding profile, and make connections.
April 16, 2011
Reporter Veronica Dagher of the Wall Street Journal discusses her article Before You Choose that College and the advice financial advisers offer parents and students for getting the biggest bang for their buck.
April 9, 2011
Thought provoking Personal and Professional Coach Anita Bess discusses how to Fill in the Blanks in all categories of our lives through our personal choices.
April 2, 2011
Haig Khachatoorian is a world-renowned Industrial Designer and shares his tips for finding your own creativity in the global marketplace.
March 19, 2011
Ryan Allis Is The Co-Founder & CEO if I-Contact. He Talks with Us about Founding a Business, Social entrepreneurship And How to Change the World.
March 12, 2011
Sherrie Dillard is a world renowned psychic/intuitive and author of bestselling books Discover Your Psychic Type as well as Love and Intuition. She walks us through the process of accurately reading the clues in our own lives so we can discover what we were meant to do during this lifetime with your career.
March 5, 2011
Jean McLendon is the Director of Satir Systems and a rock star in the field of organization and personal change. She discusses the essence of transformative change and names the tools we all have within ourselves to create the life we want.
February 26, 2011
Debbie Stier, a self-proclaimed SAT-obsessed mom and founder of The Perfect Score Project: One Mom’s Quest to Get the Perfect Score so Your Kid Can Too, delivers insights, tips, and strategies for getting the perfect score on the SAT. More importantly, she delivers a powerful argument as the why the SAT should be considered fun as well as why it is a great way to bond with your teen! (and yes she is serious – she even goes as far as to have SAT parties.)