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The Corporate Headquarters Capital of the World by Terry Canfield – S.P.O.R.T
Leadership and Trials by Brian Burrow: I interviewed more than 50 leaders from the Spokane community to learn what made them tick. I wanted to know the secrets of their success and how they got to where they are today. This is what I learned.
How Lucky Underwear Helped Me Battle Lymphoma by Tony Hines: My long, strange trip through lymphoma diagnosis and treatment in 2007, and the single greatest lesson it taught me: never let any obstacle or challenge–even a life threatening one–take away your sense of humor, or your sense of self.
Secrets of a Professional Magician by Aaron Krall
Why Children Should Rule The World by Deanna Davis: Kids are way smarter than adults. Boatloads of them are spewing profound wisdom without a credential to their names. By harnessing their wisdom NOW, who know what we might achieve as a nation. Kid-based leadership is affordable in challenging economic times. Pay would include, but not limited to, gummy bears, longer playdates iTunes downloads and negotiable bedtimes.
Moosicorn Ranch is an experiment in sustainable living by Scott & Alexandra Mueller: A personal home that sustains the earth. A place for others to learn how we do it and what doing it does for the soul. Welcome to Moosicorn
Feminism & The Jersey Shore by Ashley Paulus: The Jersey Shore is shutting down stereotypes of Italian women and women in general, and showcasing strong and sexually empowered women of this generation. Although there are two types of women portrayed on the series: sex objects used by the male cast (grenades and one night stands), and the aggressive and predator like Snooks’ and Jenny, its the strong and empowered females that get the spotlight from producers, and love from the audience. Ideally I would like to contrast traditional feminist theories, and how they go into play on the show, in a light and humorous way.
Bikes Will Save the World by Barb Chamberlain: The ONE thing that reduces dependence on foreign oil, tackles the twin epidemics of obesity and diabetes, improves air quality, reduces competition for parking, puts more money in your pocket, makes you happy,
The Skipping Encyclopedia by Patty Sanders: Through vast volumes of information at her fingertips, Patty will show how revolutionary skipping is to your health, spiritual well-being, happiness and mentally stability. Patty explains.
The Win-Win Solution to Competing by Victor Nyugen: Victor will discuss the conflicts of competition, what drives failure, advantages of working together instead of against each other, examples of success and the win-win solution. Victor explains.
Listen by Josh Wade: Listen and you’ll learn, listen and you’ll grow, listen and you’ll speak louder than with your voice. If all you ever do is talk, no one will listen.
How To Use Analytics To Get The Girl (and other things in life) by Ed Reese: The data tells stories. All you have to do is listen. Analytics is a growing field that is typically thought of in term of websites, visitor behavior, and metrics like bounce rate and conversions. However, the ability to read data in your everyday life is where you can really make positive changes. It can even help you find true love. Learn how to rise above the spin zone to see the world based on data, not assumptions, doubts, or prejudices. More importantly, it can help you kiss the girl at the end of a date, ask for that raise, and solve the other riddles of life.
Faceless by Angela Monson: Forming relationships with people you don’t know and following them is not new Facebook and Twitter. It is has been going on for decades with the advent of radio.
WOM≈Ρ÷i – The Propagation of a Word by Margaret Croom