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Wednesday, June 7, 2017

2017-06-11 The Right Business Model with Rich Allen & Ed Fulbright On Mastering Your Money Radio




The Right Business Model

80% percent of all businesses fail within five years, and smaller enterprises are even more vulnerable. Too many business owners work themselves and their teams into the ground, never knowing why they can’t turn a profit. The result is often a tremendous loss of revenue and employees. Inspiring your team is critical to any business’ success, and it can’t happen unless you have the direction and a vision to lead them with.  But what’s missing for many small business owners today is a fundamental underlying model that will allow them to focus on the things that matter most for long-term success

Joining us for our discussion on The Right Business Model is Rich Allen who is calling in from his  Dallas Area office. Rich Allen is a visionary business adviser who brings big-picture wisdom to small business owners and helps them find a unique place in the market. Combining his passion for small enterprise with experience as a senior executive, he hosts a weekly radio show, the “Ultimate Business Tune Up.” His new book is The Ultimate Business Tune Up: A Simple Yet Powerful Business Model That Will Transform the Lives of Small Business Owners.

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Thursday, June 1, 2017

2017-06-04 Finding The Money with Carol Broadbent & Ed Fulbright On Mastering Your Money Radio





Finding The Money

Thinking of launching a start-up? Ready to pull the trigger on that great product idea you and your buddies hatched over a few drinks? Here's the ugly truth: Most start-ups fail. The typical start-up lasts 20 months and burns through $1.3 million in financing before closing its doors. So what are the Do’s and Don’ts of start-ups? And what is the forecast for startup success under Trump?  For all the romance and mystique attached to legendary start-ups such as Apple, Google, and Facebook, the reality is that 90% of start-ups fold within their first two years. Those that succeed owe as much to savvy steps in company building and market focus on the part of their founders as to inspiration, vision, and luck.

Joining us for our discussion on Finding The Money is Carol Broadbent  who is calling in from her  San Francisco Bay Area office. Carol Broadbent is a corporate marketing leader with a blend of leadership and hands-on experience with global tech giants and scrappy tech startups. Carol is experienced in creating demand, building authority and thought leadership, and accelerating sales on a global basis. Her Specialties are Startup marketing, thought leadership, global demand creation, market momentum, team.  Creativity, collaboration, results, and team.

Her latest book is THE ULTIMATE START-UP GUIDE: Marketing Lessons, War Stories, and Hard-Won Advice from the Leading Venture Capitalists and Angel Investors.

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Wednesday, May 24, 2017

2017-05-28 Retirement Stats For Everyone with Ed Fulbright On Mastering Your Money Radio




Retirement Stats For Everyone


I was surfing the web and found an article on Retirement Stats Every Baby Boomer Should Know:
http://www.foxbusiness.com/markets/2017/03/28/10-retirement-stats-every-baby-boomer-should-know.html 

A lot of baby boomer are worried about retirement.   If you are worried about your retirement, you are not alone.  A large number of workers nearing the end of their careers are learning the hard way that retirement is expensive and that most older Americans simply aren't prepared. If you're thinking of retiring in the not-so-distant future, we will discuss some stats you should be aware of.

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Confronted By Major Political Crisis



Confronted By Major Political Crisis, The U.S. Financial System Barely Blinked

In a week in which American democracy confronted a major political crisis, the stock market barely blinked.

The Justice Department appointed a special counsel to investigate ties between President Trump’s campaign and Russia, and troubling leaks sprang from the White House at a breathtaking pace.

Yet the value of America’s largest companies barely budged.

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Wednesday, May 17, 2017

Despite The Circus In Washington



Despite The Circus In Washington, Stay Focused On Economic Fundamentals


The circus in Washington is an incredible distraction, but the fundamental economics driving American wealth continue to show considerable strength.

The sideshow does make it hard to stay focused on what’s really important.

But even the National Federation of Independent Businesses was distracted by the sideshow in reporting the news.

NFIB’s monthly press release about the Optimism Index focused on the recent drop in optimism and the sideshow in Washington, rather than the more important news from a long-term perspective: that the level of optimism among business owners has been this high only twice since 1975.

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Tuesday, May 16, 2017

Trump Victory On Health Care



Trump Victory On Health Care And Strong Economic Data Push Stocks To New All-Time High


President Donald Trump enjoyed a major legislative victory on May 4th, when the House of Representatives passed a bill to repeal and replace Obamacare. If the Senate and the House can reconcile their differences over the legislation, the savings on health care spending will pave the way for a major tax cut, stimulating the economy.

The drama in Washington, D.C. has dominated the headlines, stealing the spotlight from recently released data signaling that the economy is surprisingly strong.

The U.S. economy created 211,000 new jobs in April and the official unemployment rate dipped to a 10-year low of 4.4%.

Unemployment has not dipped below 4.4% since 2001.

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Wednesday, May 10, 2017

2017-05-14 Millennials and Money with Beth Kobliner & Ed Fulbright On Mastering Your Money Radio





Millennials and Money

People in their twenties or thirties are a generation that came of age in the wake of the worst economic crisis since the Great Depression. Today’s twenty- and thirty-somethings owe record levels of student loan debt. They face sky-high rents, strict mortgage lending standards, and stagnating wages. Tackling game-changing developments ranging from robo-advisors to the gig economy, can be difficult for millennials and to adopt healthy financial habits for the rest of their lives. We will give you strategies for building wealth and lower debt.


Joining us for our discussion on Millennials and Money?  is Beth Kobliner who is calling in from her  New York City office.  One of the nation’s leading authorities on personal finance for young people and young adults, Beth Kobliner is an advocate, commentator and journalist, and author of the New York Times bestsellers Get a Financial Life: Personal Finance in Your Twenties and Thirties and Make Your Kid a Money Genius (Even If You’re Not!), a guide for parents looking to teach kids money basics, published by Simon & Schuster in February 2017. Her latest book is Get A Financial Life: Personal Finance in Your Twenties and Thirties.

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Friday, May 5, 2017

Fulbright Financial Consulting, PA Of Durham, NC On On The Hunt For Answers About The Future


On The Hunt For Answers About The Future Of The Economy And Stocks

While this is the time of the year to hunt for Easter eggs, economists are busy searching for where economic growth landed in the first quarter.

Their answers are all over the place!

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Fulbright Financial Consulting, PA On Yet Another Strong Quarter, But Stay Focused


Yet Another Strong Quarter, But Stay Focused Beyond The Horizon

In the first quarter of 2017, stocks posted a total return of 6.1%.

That followed a return of 3.8% in the fourth quarter of 2016, 3.9% in the third-quarter and 2.5% in the quarter before that.

For the 12 months ended March 31, the total return on blue-chip companies in the Standard & Poor’s 500 index – if you include the reinvestment of dividends – was 17.2%! What a great run.

For months, politics has captivated the nation but, at the same time, better than expected economic data streaming in month after month propelled stock prices higher.

The nation’s largest publicly-held companies recovered from a 2016 profit collapse in energy and mining and, after the November 8 presidential elections, expectations of a major tax cut under President Trump catapulted share prices to new all-time highs.

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Fulbright Financial Consulting, PA Of Durham, NC On Expectations Are Moderating, But The Economy Is Doing Fine


Expectations Are Moderating, But The Economy Is Doing Fine

Month after month in late 2016, the economy kept surprising investors on the upside. All the economic data for months was better than expected.

For months, Citigroup’s Economic Surprise Index, which measures how often economic news is better than expected, soared — until early 2017. Suddenly, it plunged. Good economic surprises stopped coming in.

On Thursday and Friday, Financial Times and then The Wall Street Journal published reports suggesting investors were facing a new landscape.

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Fulbright Financial Consulting, PA Of Durham, NC On Why Weaker GDP Is Being Greeted With A Yawn

Why Weaker GDP Is Being Greeted With A Yawn

The nation’s economy grew just 0.7% last quarter, less than what was expected and the slowest rate in three years, but it was greeted with a collective yawn by investors. Why?

The main reason is that a slow growth rate for the quarter was expected.

Earlier this month, economists at the Atlanta Federal Reserve had projected a growth rate of just four-tenths of 1%.

In addition, a big pick up is expected for the next three quarters of 2017.

The 61 economists surveyed in early April by The Wall Street Journal expected quarterly growth to average 2.6% for the three remaining quarters of 2017.

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Thursday, April 27, 2017

2017-04-23 Online Identity With Grant Leboff & Ed Fulbright On Mastering Your Money Radio






Online Identity 

For a company to be attractive to an audience, it needs have a strong, clear presence online, whether it’s on a website, blog, or social media. With most of the buying journey taking place online, people need to get a crystalline, relatable sense of just what your business is about.   The digital media transformation has changed everything for businesses — including sales and marketing, and the old methods won’t work. When anyone and everyone has access to media channels, a compelling online identity is the only way to ensure your company doesn’t disappear into the din of information overload.

Joining us for our discussion on Online Identity is Grant Leboff  who is calling in from his London England office. Grant Leboff is a leading expert on digital marketing. Based in the UK, he is the founder of Sticky Marketing Club Ltd., a strategic global consultancy that is transforming how we sell in the digital environment. His approach is that traditional Sales & Marketing doesn't apply in a world that has radically changed, and it has transformed selling success for his clients and followers. An in-demand speaker and thought leader, he is a Fellow of both The Institute of Direct and Digital Marketing and The Institute of Sales and Marketing Management. He is regularly featured in numerous publications and broadcasts, including The Financial Times and BBC Radio. His latest book is Digital Selling: How To Use Social Media and the Web to Generate Leads and Sell More.

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Thursday, April 13, 2017

2017-04-16 Is Your Business Walking Dead With Julia Lellis & Ed Fulbright On Mastering Your Money Radio






Is Your Business Walking Dead?


We’ve all had days when we feel like we’re walking around in a fog, like a zombie. But what about your business? Zombies are confused, haphazard and indistinguishable. Businesses act like zombies when empty communications alienate customers, supporters and partners. “Use your marketing to champion values instead of sell products,” said Jonathan Craig, chief marketing officer of Charles Schwab.  

Joining us for our discussion on Is Your Business Walking Dead? is Julia Lellis  who is calling in from her  Elon, NC office.  Dr. Julie C. Lellis, Phd is an associate professor and associate department chair in the School of Communications at Elon University, where she teaches in areas such as strategic writing and health communication. She has authored numerous articles and book chapters on identity and related topics, including advocacy and strategic communications. She is contributing writer for PR News. As a consultant, Lellis works with clients on identity development and communication strategy Her latest book is THE ZOMBIE BUSINESS CURE: How to Refocus Your Company’s Identity for More Authentic Communication.

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Thursday, April 6, 2017

2017-04-09 Retirement Myths With Ed Fulbright On Mastering Your Money Radio




Retirement Myths 

I was surfing the web and found an article on Retirement Saving Lies from Cheapsheet.com http://www.cheatsheet.com/money-career/saving-for-retirement-lies.html/?a=viewall
Saving for retirement can be challenging. You need to be disciplined and focused on the future if you hope to save enough money to see you through your golden years. You also need to be able to separate the truths about retirement saving from the lies.

Evidence suggests Americans are failing on all of the above counts. The average American family has just $5,000 set aside for retirement, and 43% of working-age Americans don’t have any retirement savings, according to an analysis by the Economic Policy Institute. Seventy percent of families have less than $50,000 in their 401(k). And lest you think younger workers with little in savings are skewing the numbers, consider this: Among households with members approaching retirement, the median savings balance is just $17,000. That’s hardly enough to buy a used car, let alone funding decades long retirement.


Why aren’t Americans saving more? Many just don’t have the money. But a confusing retirement landscape doesn’t help either. People aren’t clear on how much they need to save, what they should do with the money they set aside, and how long they can expect to live once they stop working. Rather than carefully planning for the future, they make decisions almost at random, sometimes relying on myths, misinformation, and outright lies. Swallowing those retirement whoppers hook, line, and sinker can cause people to make critical errors today that jeopardize their financial security down the road

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Friday, March 31, 2017

2017-04-02 Learning From Others With Melinda Emerson & Ed Fulbright On Mastering Your Money Radio






Learning From Others

When you are thinking about starting a business, you  will find that is better to learn from other peoples experiences.  Why should you learn from others mistakes?  It is a lot cheaper.  Let’s face it folks, most of us don’t have an unlimited pocketbook.  Mistakes increases your cost of  education and eats up your business capital.  Avoiding other peoples mistakes can allow you to manage on less capital but every business owner makes mistakes.  One of my first lessons in business is Cash is King and Don’t owe payroll taxes.  Stay tune


Joining us for our discussion on  Learning From Others is Melinda Emerson who is on the phone from her Philadelphia office . Melinda Emerson, Smallbizlady, is one of America’s leading small business experts. She is an author, speaker and small business coach whose areas of expertise include small business start-up, business development and social media marketing. As CEO of MFE Consulting LLC, Melinda develops audio, video and written content to fulfill her mission to end small business failure.    Her latest book is Become Your Own Boss In Twelve Months

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Friday, March 24, 2017

2017-03-26 Performing Under Pressure With Rick Peterson & Ed Fulbright On Mastering Your Money Radio


Performing Under Pressure 

Everyday, in every moment, we can choose what to think. That choice will effect how we feel, act, and the results we reap. In pivotal moments we can consciously re-frame to see and act on an opportunity, whether it's a business deal or the razor's edge of a Major League pennant game. Re-framing teaches us how to retrain our brain to overcome our most primal fears. In this hyper competitive world, from sports to life to work, the technique can work for everyone.

Joining us for our discussion on Performing Under Pressure is Rick Peterson who is calling in from his office. Rick Peterson has coached some of baseball’s best pitchers in the past twenty years, including Cy Young Award winners and Hall of Famers. He was the Oakland Athletics’ pitching coach during the famed Moneyball era and has served as a coach with the New York Mets, Chicago White Sox, Pittsburgh Pirates, and Milwaukee Brewers. He is currently director of pitching development with the Baltimore Orioles. He holds a combined degree in psychology and art. He and Judd Hoekstra are the authors of Crunch Time: How To Be Your Best When It Matters Most.

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Friday, March 17, 2017

2017-03-19 Stress In The Workplace With Andrew Faas & Ed Fulbright On Mastering Your Money Radio


Can we really afford the price of unnecessary workplace stress? According to a 2015 Harvard University study published in the journal Management Science, more than 120,000 deaths a year may be due to stress at work resulting in approximately 5-8 percent of annual healthcare costs.   The desperate need to create psychologically healthy workplaces has come to the attention of major educational institutions including Yale University.  The Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence is mounting one of the most comprehensive studies on the effect of emotions at work.


Joining us for our discussion on Stress In The Workplace is Andrew Faas  who is calling in from his office. Andrew Faas is a management adviser who focuses on organizational transformations. He is a former senior executive with Loblaw companies limited and shoppers drug mart, Canada's largest retailers and now heads the Faas Foundation which focuses on health care, education and medical research.  His latest book is “FROM BULLY TO BULL’S-EYE: Move Your Organization Out of the Line of Fire ”


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Friday, March 10, 2017

2017-03-12 Getting Out Of Debt With Lynnette Khalfani-Cox & Ed Fulbright On Mastering Your Money Radio





Getting Out Of Debt

Eight out of 10 Americans owe some form of debt.  So there is a good chance a listener or someone you know has debt and would like to get out of it.  From excessive credit card bills and mounting student loans to hefty car payments and big mortgages, debt can be crippling – and not just financially.

Debt takes a toll on you in many ways. It hurts your ability to save, invest and create a better life. It impacts your physical, mental and emotional health. Too much debt even spoils relationships, leading to arguments about money and divorce.

Whether you recently got into debt due to circumstances beyond your control, or your own poor choices have kept you in debt for as long as you can remember, know this: Debt does not have to remain a way of life. Regardless of your situation, you can get on the road to financial freedom – and you can do it yourself in the next 30 days!

Joining us for our discussion on Getting Out Of Debt ?  Is lynnette Khalfani-Cox who is on the phone from her Northern NJ office. Lynnette Khalfani-Cox is better known as the money coach and is a nationally recognized expert on debt and credit. She is a frequent radio, television and print contributor.  Her latest book is Zero Debt: The  Ultimate Guide To Financial Freedom 3rd edition.

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Monday, March 6, 2017

2017-03-05 Reducing Your Tax Bill With Ed Fulbright On Mastering Your Money Radio




Reducing Your Tax Bill 


Paying the right amount of taxes is a factor in people finding Financial Freedom.  I believe if a person can control their taxes, pay off their mortgage and car, financial freedom is within their reach in a short period of time.  During today’s show we will focus on helping you to understand about reducing your taxes to fund your Financial Freedom. 

It is more than 30 days before T day that is Tax Day.  We have received emails from our listeners talking about wanting to know how to lower their tax bill or to find missing dollars.  Joining us for this discussion on listener’s question is Aasim Inshirah who is the station’s operation manager and makes sure Mastering Your Money is available to our listeners.

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Sunday, March 5, 2017

This Is What An Economic Sweet Spot Looks Like By Fulbright Financial Consulting, PA

This educational briefing video is how the stars have aligned to put the U.S. economy in an economic sweet spot. The three-minute video is based on independent economist Fritz Meyer's analysis of newly released reports, including: ● January's Conference Board U.S. Index Of Leading Economic Indicators ● U.S. Census Bureau report on January retail sales ● The Citigroup Economic Surprise Index through January ● National Federation Of Independent Businesses' January Survey Of Business Owner Optimism

Wall Street's Idols Were Totally Wrong By Fulbright Financial Consulting, PA






This briefing's video holds Wall Street and the financial press accountable for perpetuating a myth of false financial idols.

Thursday, February 23, 2017

2017-02-26 Account Based Marketing With David T. Scott & Ed Fulbright On Mastering Your Money Radio




   


 Account Based Marketing

Owning your own business is the number one way to rapidly build extraordinary wealth.  A business not correctly manage will be a quick way to lose wealth.   Consistent marketing and client acquisitions are signs of a successful business.  Account Based Marketing (ABM) is the hot new marketing trend, popular with the Fortune 500. The concept is to work in hand with your sales team to identify and build marketing campaigns directed specifically at your ideal customers or target accounts. ABM can be applied to consultants and small businesses.

Joining us for our discussion on Account Based Marketing is David T Scott who is on the phone from his San Francisco office.  

Dave Scott has been a frustrated marketing executive for years. Having faced the 
lead-generation problem while serving as vice president of marketing for a  
Number of businesses, he quickly became an expert.

While touring the country speaking on Lead Generation, Dave quickly realized that 
every company has the same problem which lead him to write 
his latest book “The New Rules Of Lead Generation: Proven Strategies To Maximize Marketing ROI,”


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Monday, February 20, 2017

Stocks Break Record On Trump Tax Talk, As Fitch Issues Warning By Ed Fulbright






Stocks Break Record On Trump Tax Talk, As Fitch Issues Warning


In this week’s news for long-term investors, remarks by President Donald Trump boosted hopes of a major tax cut for corporations. Also with new job openings near a record high, this signals that the economy is approaching full employment and the job market is tightening.

Stock indexes closed for the week by hitting record highs on Thursday and Friday, but the warning from Fitch is a reminder that stocks are volatile.

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Thursday, February 16, 2017

2017-02-19 Five Fundamentals Of Financial Fitness With Aasim Inshirah & Ed Fulbright On Mastering Your Money Radio






Five Fundamentals Of Financial Fitness

It is February, many people want 2017 to be very different than 2016.  They are sick and tired of always being broke.  The problem is they have not done a thing to change what is going on in their life to change being broke.   I will give them a simple tool to measure where they are and 5 steps to guide them to a better life. Get your note pad and a pencil and write these five items down:

1.Pay Yourself First
2.Have Sufficient Liquidity
3.Pay Off All Credit Cards and Consumer Debt
4.Own The Right Sized House
5.Invest in Your Career

Joining us for this discussion on Five Fundamentals Of Financial Fitness is Aasim Inshirah who is the station’s Public Affairs Producer and makes sure Mastering Your Money is available to our listeners.

Interested in knowing where you stand with your Financial Fitness? Click Here to tally up your score.

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Friday, February 10, 2017

Alternative Facts Hits The News By Ed Fulbright

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2017-02-10 Economic News for Long Term Investors With Ed Fulbright


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2017-02-12 Lasting Love And Money With Dr. Willie Jolley & Ed Fulbright On Mastering Your Money Radio




 Lasting Love And Money


How stable are your relationships? It is number six in your Financial Independence success factors.  You may say why is it even included? Let me give two reasons Divorce and Happiness.  Divorce usually results in one party losing assets probably 50% or more.  Happiness is when you have someone to love and they love you back.  The person will help you share your Failures and Success.   Client told me a sad story of how they closed the biggest deal of their life and had no one to share it with. No one to celebrate the victory with or go to dinner with.

Joining us for our discussion on from Lasting Love And Money is Dr. Willie Jolley who is on the phone from his office in Washington DC.  He is a multi-talented person.  He is a best selling author, award winning speaker and singer.  He is also the producer of the mastering your money theme music.  In 1991,  Willie decide to become a full time speaker with less than $200 in bank, a mortgage to pay, a family to support and a dream of success.  He can be heard every weekend on XM radio.  His upcoming book is Make Love, Make Money, Make It Last!

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Friday, February 3, 2017

2017-02-05 What You Need To Know About The Economy & Fixed Income With Charles Curry & Ed Fulbright On Mastering Your Money Radio







Since the election,  the markets and interest rates have risen for the most part.   A new administration with unclear policies gives investors a bit of uncertainty.  You can expect tax cuts in our future.  In the next 30 minutes we will give you a brief education on the economy.

Joining us for our discussion on What You Need To Know About The Economy & Fixed Income? is Charles L Curry, Jr. who is in our Durham Studio.   Charles is the Co-Chief Investment Officer of Fixed Income at Piedmont Investment Advisers, LLC.  Piedmont Investment Advisors, LLC is an minority owned firm specializing in institutional bond and equity investing, both active as well as passive strategies with 6 billion dollars under management.

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Friday, January 27, 2017

2017-01-29 Getting The Best Career With Greg Williams & Ed Fulbright On Mastering Your Money Radio






Getting The Best Career

Can you read between the lines when you interview for a new job? Your body language gives off tells just like you see in poker.  Whether making million dollar deals at work, a new salary, or your next real estate purchase, you not only need to “read between the lines” to detect body language signals but you need to learn how to control your own as well.

Joining us for our discussion on Getting The Best Career is Greg Williams who is calling in from his Roselle NJ office.  With over 30 years of experience, GREG WILLIAMS, The Master Negotiator & Body Language Expert, is an accomplished author/speaker/trainer recognized worldwide. He is often requested to appear on television to critique the negotiation strategies and hidden body language of politicians, entertainers, and others. Williams has also advised numerous small and large corporate organizations.  His latest book is Body Language Secrets To Win More Negotiations: How To Read Any Opponent and Get What You Want.

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Thursday, January 19, 2017

2017-01-22 Become The Go To Company With Dr. Julie Williamson & Ed Fulbright On Mastering Your Money Radio






Become The Go To Company 


In today’s economy of volatility and velocity, the lifespan of a Fortune 500 company has plummeted from an average 50 years to a mere fifteen. When constant disruption is the new normal, how do companies succeed? They find a way to matter.

Joining us for our discussion on Become The Go To Company is Dr. Julie Williamson who is calling in from Denver Colorado.  Julie Williamson, PhD, Chief Growth Enabler of Karrikins Group, responsible for strategy and research. She is a leading voice in how organizations create sustainable growth by linking communication, design, strategy, sales, marketing, and service. Julie is a grounded theory researcher, and she uses traditional and progressive resources in her strategy and transformation work. She focuses on helping clients arrive at solutions that are informed by data and inspired by creativity. Julie has a passion for working with clients on customer and employee engagement, as well as building strategies focused on growth.

Her latest book is Matter: Move Beyond the Competition, Create More Value and Become the Obvious Choice.

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Friday, January 13, 2017

2017-01-15 From Civil Rights to Silver Rights With Ed Fulbright On Mastering Your Money Radio






From Civil Rights to Silver Rights

In 2012, there were more people in the United States today without a bank account -- 17 millions to be exact -- than there were without the right to vote in the early 60's. Think about that for a minute.  Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s final action and unfinished dream was launching a Poor People’s Campaign that attacked unfair housing practices and sought to root out economic injustice and disparity for the under-served.  Now here we are some 40+ years later and we still struggle with tragic statistics like these pulled from a recent study conducted by the FDIC.

The proportion of U.S. households that are unbanked varies considerably among different racial and ethnic groups, with certain racial and ethnic minorities more likely to be unbanked than the population as a whole. Minorities more likely to be unbanked include blacks (an estimated 21.7 percent of black households are unbanked), Hispanics (19.3 percent), and American Indian/Alaskans (15.6 percent). Racial groups less likely to be unbanked are Asians (3.5 percent) and whites (3.3 percent).
Bottom line -- without basic access to mainstream financial services and a fundamental understanding of the language of money, when nearly 20% of Latinos and nearly 22% of Black households remain unbanked, we usher in a new form of social injustice and disparity, an age of what should be considered economic slavery.

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Friday, January 6, 2017

2017-01-08 Present Your Way To More Money With Kerri Garbis & Ed Fulbright On Mastering Your Money Radio

                                  


Present Your Way To More Money

Great presentations have the power to impact people, boost careers, and generate interest in both the speaker and the topic.  Imagine your presentation skills helping you to increase your income thru promotions and raises.  More clients if you are self-employed and possibly making you a high earning speaker.  Wouldn’t you like to Turbo-charge your earning power?  Sure you would!!!

Joining us for our discussion on Present Your Way To More Money is Kerri Garbis  who is calling in from Littleton, MA.   She has trained hundreds of executives internationally on communication skills, etiquette and emotional intelligence.  Her enthusiasm, humor and energy inspire multiple repeat client engagements.  Kerri is a Business Etiquette Expert, certified by The Emily Post Institute, and a Emotional Intelligence Expert, certified by The Hay Group.  A professional actress since childhood, Kerri began her studies in voice and theater at The Baltimore School For the Arts before earning her BFA in Musical Theater from Syracuse University.  She has starred in productions of Evita, Singin’ In The Rain, and The Lady With All the Answers (a one-woman play about Ann Landers), to name a few. You may also have seen her catching a pass from a New England Patriot, singing a Christmas carol or complaining of bloating in a television commercial. Kerri is a member of Actor’s Equity Association.

Her latest book is Presentation Skills for Managers: Convey Your Key Points, Improve Your Delivery Style and Create Effective Visual Aids .

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