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A Conversation with The Honorable Judge LaDoris Hazzard Cordell, Author, ‘Her Honor, My Life on the Bench…What’s Broken and How to Change It’

  Join me and The Honorable Judge LaDoris Hazzard Cordell as we discuss her new memoir, Her Honor, My Life on the Bench… What’s Broken and How to Change It. This frank and honest memoir recounts Judge Cordell’s experiences over nearly two decades on the bench. At the time of her appointment, she became the first African American woman…

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What the Pandemic Teaches About Crisis Management and Leadership

Helio Fred Garcia This week marks the start of the third year of the COVID-19 pandemic in the United States. By the end of 2021 more than a half million Americans were catching COVID-19 every day. One in every six Americans had come down with the virus; one in every four hundred had died. Much…

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Because Of The U.S. Diplomatic Boycott, NBCUniversal’s Coverage And The ‘Proud Sponsors’ Of The 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing Will Receive Negative Media Coverage

Arthur Solomon No matter how they parse it, NBCUniversal and its “proud sponsors” have now been officially accused of seeing nothing wrong with supporting an Olympics in a totalitarian country. Undoubtedly some sponsors will says that while they do not agree with the human rights abuses of the Chinese government the Winter Olympic Games is…

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Opinion Series: Science for Social Good, Part III – How Science and Humanity Can Help Our Youth Mental Health Crisis 

Our Children are Definitely Not Alright Dwayne Flinchum, President, ScientificBrandsTM If the future of this world is in the hands of young people, we’re tolerating and even cultivating a society that thrusts unimaginable burdens upon them. Just look at the proliferation of deadly drugs like fentanyl, an ever-increasing epidemic of school shootings, climate change and extreme…

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A Conversation with Dara Horn, Author, ‘People Love Dead Jews, Reports from a Haunted Present’

  Join me and Dara Horn as we discuss her new book,  People Love Dead Jews, Reports from a Haunted Present, described as a startling and profound exploration  of how the different ways we commemorate Jewish history, whether through Jewish heritage sites, Holocaust fiction or the Anne Frank House, is exploited to comfort the living more than to honor Jewish life. Dara is the…

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Lack of Customer Service is a Critical Broken Window in Business

Michael Levine A “broken window” in a business could be any flaw that is real or perceived by a customer. It could be paint peeling from the walls, an unclean bathroom, or a messy condiment section. But, one of the most significant broken windows in business are the employees. Every employee is going to make…

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Any Room For PR on Mark’s ‘Platform?’

E Tom Madden,  Founder & CEO, TransMedia Group I’m sure Mark Zuckerberg knows something I don’t, but the word ‘platform’ reminds me of the  messy balcony restoration being noisily done at my condo. Every day I see weary hard-hat-wearing workers standing on dirty wooden platforms dangling in the wind, held up by ropes along the side…

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A Conversation with Kirsten Powers, Author, ‘Saving Grace: Speak Your Truth, Stay Centered, Learn to Coexist with People Who Drive You Nuts’

    Join me and Kirsten Powers as we discuss her new and inspiring book, Saving Grace: Speak Your Truth, Stay Centered, Learn to Coexist with People Who Drive You Nuts. Saving Grace offers a compelling prescription for navigating the times in which we find ourselves. Grace, Kirsten compellingly, argues is what makes human coexistence possible. Kirsten is a USA…

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What is Industrial Marketing? (INFOGRAPHIC)

Brian Wallace, Founder & President, NowSourcing The inability to reach purchasing decision-makers is a major industrial marketing difficulty. Engineers visit manufacturing websites in search of part information, which they then use to specify components in their designs. Engineers, particularly those at larger companies, rarely purchase the item themselves. As a result, industrial marketers must figure out…

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This is the Moment

Our ability to reach unity in diversity will be the beauty and the test of our civilization.” ― Mahatma Gandhi About 30 years ago or so, I was in the pre-op room for another in a long series of foot and leg operations – inconvenient and painful, but never life threatening. I was in there with…

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Why And How to Use Workflow Diagrams For Your Business

Brian Wallace, Founder & President, NowSourcing Visuals make it easier for people to understand complex ideas. This is precisely why workflow diagrams aid businesses greatly in enabling efficiency. They use these diagrams to represent their businesses processes with the help of symbols and shapes. Implementing the use of workflow diagrams can help an organization boost the…

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The True Nature Of Magazines… A Mr. Magazine™ Musing

Digital delivers content; magazines deliver experiences. In a nutshell, that’s the premise of my blog today. Magazines are more than content provider; they are experience makers. No experience can be developed without repetition regardless of whether that repetition is weekly, monthly or even annually. Think of it as a weekday, a month, or a holiday. Bookazines are not magazines yet they are invading the…

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A Conversation with Andrea Williams, Author, ‘Baseball’s Leading Lady: Effa Manley and the Rise and Fall of the Negro Leagues’ & Special Guest, Bob Kendrick, President of the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum

  Guests Andrea Williams Andrea Williams is an author, journalist and editor. Prior to turning to writing full-time she worked in marketing and development for the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum. Besides her book, Baseball’s Leading Lady, Effa Manley and the Rise and Fall of the Negro Leagues. Andrea is the best-selling author of the children’s…

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