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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