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Entrepreneur Is A Lifestyle, Not A Title

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[iframe style=”border:none” src=”//html5-player.libsyn.com/embed/episode/id/5437312/height/200/width/480/thumbnail/yes/render-playlist/no/theme/legacy/tdest_id/105955″ height=”200″ width=”480″ scrolling=”no” allowfullscreen webkitallowfullscreen mozallowfullscreen oallowfullscreen msallowfullscreen] Thinking of leaving that corporate job and starting your own business? That’s a great idea but there are many important factors to consider before you take the plunge. In this audio excerpt, Dr. mOe shares important questions you should ask and answer before you make a commitment that will impact every aspect of your life. Dr. mOe is a serial entrepreneur who has achieved business success in retail, health care, real estate, and publishing. Hear her share lessons learned and best practices from her own experiences. For more, subscribe…

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Dr. GA Jenkins – Conquering Your Jericho (Inspirational)

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Hear G. A. Jenkins’, ThD uplifting sermon on Joshua and the Battle of Jericho. Are you hitting a glass ceiling? Do you feel limited by invisible boundaries? Has someone taken possession of a gift God promised you? Then, this message is for you! Dr. G.A. Jenkins is an ordained minister in Jefferson, Texas at New Zion Baptist Church. This Texas native is also a retired principal with the Fort Worth, Texas Independent School District. She has earned Master’s degrees in education, administration, and theology. She has been married to her husband, Jimmy, for fifty years. She is a mother, grandmother,…

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Is It Time To Start Your Own Business?

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Small business 101 from serial entrepreneur Dr. mOe Anderson. Listen as she shares lessons learned in over three decades of business ownership including a successful retail franchise, publishing company, dental practice, real estate holdings, and running a household (her hardest job so far.) The seminar was during a luncheon for Executive MBA Students at the University of Texas at Austin so try to tune out the cutlery sounds. Remember, it’s FREE advice. Good luck striking out on your own! For more, visit www.drmOeanderson.com Check out this episode!

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Grammy Winner Kirk Whalum Talks About Jazz, Faith, and Austin, TX with Dr. mOe

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Hear Grammy winner and legendary jazz saxophonist, Kirk Whalum, chat with journalist, author, and speaker Dr. mOe Anderson about jazz, Austin, TX, his faith and One World Theater. Read the article which was published by Soulciti.com  One World Theatre Follow Dr. moe on Twitter/@drmoeanderson and visit her website at www.drmoeanderson.com today! Check out this episode

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Billie Jean Isn’t The Mother of Michael’s Kids (7/26/12)

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They are having a big event for bloggers in Austin next month. It’s “exclusive” for “top bloggers” with a “large following.” How in the world I got invited, I don’t know and didn’t ask. Kinda made me nervous though because it occurred to me they may actually read some of my blogs and uninvite me. I don’t write about reality tv, celebrities, or gossip. None of those things interest me greatly and the Nielsen ratings make it clear I am quite possibly alone in my opinion among 44 million viewers. So today on the off chance that someone besides my…

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World Games

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So I’m watching Ice Age (again) with my 3.56 year old grandson while the newborn lies beside me cooing in his sleep.Grandma is babysitting. Yea for me. Today we played, bounced, zoom zoomed, and ate like the world is running out of food tomorrow. The 102 degrees and rude stares of one man (who probably knows the meaning of miscegenation but not the definition of love) not withstanding, it was a very good day. My oldest grandson is his daddy reincarnated from his squeals when the scary T-Rex appears to reclaim his eggs from “Sid” to the way he wipes…

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Fear No Evil

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Disaster in Denver today. A gun man went into a crowded movie premiere for Batman and shot over seventy people, killing several. Every news station has been reporting it since I rose at 6 am. That’s difficult news to digest any time of day but starting my day like that did nothing for my efforts to be joyful and thankful for new mercies each morning. That event, incident, horror was on my mind and everyone’s tongues all day. So this evening when my son talked me into going riding around the city on a Segway, I found my self thinking…

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Rude Awakenings

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I do not find rude awakenings to have nearly the long term impact of slow dawns. For example, a year out of college, I realized my parents were actually able to survive without me. The dishes got washed. Trash day continued to be observed. Their cars got gassed up on the weekend and they managed to dress themselves without my advice. It slowly dawned on me that the value I added to their lives, if any, was completely intangible while they literally gave me everything. Their “I love you” was quiet and implicit unlike recently having someone I care for…

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Blog 18 of 31. I did it!

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My blog for today is short. I have been trying for quite sometime to create podcast and get them on iTunes. I gave in, gave out, and gave all I had but I never, ever gave up. It’s not a big deal to anyone but me but isn’t that true of so many of our goals? Yesterday, my efforts finally paid off. The email copied below was the highlight of my week! I actually skipped to my loo after reading it. So whatever your thing is that seems too hard, too high, or too expensive—try again. Give in, give out,…

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