Dr. Denise Korniewicz to be Featured on CUTV News Radio

CROSWELL, MICHIGAN, UNITED STATES, November 6, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — America is on the verge of a nursing crisis. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, there will be one million vacancies for registered nurses by 2024, but our education system can't train them fast enough, and there simply aren’t enough nurses willing to take on the responsibilities of mentorship and turn those young nurses into great nurses.

Dr. Denise Korniewicz is the exception. A nurse practitioner and nurse educational consultant, Dr. Korniewicz provides mentorship for new educational leaders in the field of nursing.

“There's a saying among nurses that nurses eat their young,” says Dr. Korniewicz. “You find only a few people like me who actually want to inspire the younger generations because they are the future of nursing.”

Dr. Korniewicz has been the dissertation chair and a professor at the Passan School of Nursing of Wilkes University in Wilkes-Barre, PA, since 2017. She has also been an independent research and education consultant since 2017 and a fellow of the American Academy of Nursing. Dr. Korniewicz has consulted in everything from curriculum development and accreditation to faculty development, providing expertise using active instructional strategies and distance education platforms.

We need to make sure our younger people are coming up through the ranks and encourage younger faculty to understand the importance of mentorship,” says Dr. Korniewicz. “I’ve helped new faculty learn how to become leaders, to teach better, but I really love to see students blossom. Many students I’ve mentored have become very good at what they do. That relationship with students is how I demonstrate my success.”

As for the future, Dr. Korniewicz says it’s all about teaching nurses to be advocates for their patients.

“I still feel I have a little zip left in my step. I want to be able to pass some knowledge on to younger faculty and younger students so that they can pass it on, too” says Dr. Korniewicz. “The nurse has been educated to be much more holistic and actually care about people as a person. If we don't pass on this knowledge to other faculty or other clinical practicing nurses, perhaps the profession will die and our responsibilities will be left to secondary technical assistants who come in and do one thing and leave. If I can touch even one out of five people so that they can become better mentors, then the profession of nursing will be better and will be sustained.”

CUTV News Radio will feature Dr. Denise Korniewicz in an interview with Jim Masters on November 8th at 11am EST.

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VisualSP and Realdolmen Partner to Drive More Complete SharePoint and Office 365 Adoption



The two companies announced they will collaborate to drive higher adoption across those two platforms.

VisualSP provides our clients with a unique and user-friendly solution that gives their users context-driven and just-in-time information.”

— Tom Knockaert, Senior Unit Manager Education at Realdolmen

CHICAGO, ILLINOIS, UNITED STATES, November 6, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — Companies that must implement organizational change to achieve higher productivity, better communication, more robust data security, and greater collaboration have a new resource.

Realdolmen helps organizations successfully implement Information and Communication Technology (ICT) changes to maximize internal collaboration and optimize customer service. VisualSP assists with digital transformation by providing automated user support for SharePoint and Office 365.
The two companies announced they will collaborate to drive higher adoption across those two platforms.

"VisualSP provides our clients with a unique and user-friendly solution that gives their users context-driven and just-in-time information", explained Tom Knockaert, Senior Unit Manager Education at Realdolmen.

The relationship will provide significant benefit to companies struggling to adopt SharePoint and/or Office 365. Realdolmen experts can support change with proven steps that produce superior results, leveraging the VisualSP Help System to help end-users understand and maximize new tools in a sustainable way.

"Our partnership definitely provides great value to digital places that we serve; Realdolmen makes digital transformation easier and VisualSP makes user adoption attainable", said Asif Rehmani, founder and CEO at VisualSP. "When users are able to self-support and self-train, there is no roadblock to adopting new tools and new business processes".

Leveraging the expertise of Realdolmen’s workforce of over 1,200 experts and the power of the VisualSP Help System, organizations no longer need to hesitate when considering digital transformation and overall organizational change for greater business output.

To find out more about how Realdolmen can help make ICT initiatives successful in your organization, visit www.realdolmen.com. To learn more about the VisualSP Help System, go to www.visualsp.com, call 630-786-7026, or contact sales@visualsp.com.

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Elementary Public Education Systems Are in Crisis

Successful students, teachers and communities focus on creative solutions

I share a common background and culture with our community, our children and their families. Vote not only for me, but for our kids, their parents and their teachers on Tuesday, November 6.”

— Dr. Norman Quintero

RIVERSIDE, CA, USA, November 6, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — The state of California has the 5th largest economy, among all nations, in the entire world. Its public education system is ranked well BELOW 80% of all U.S. states in teacher-student ratios, money invested per student, child safety and overall academic performance. Obviously, our children are at risk. Obviously, budgets for public education are a low priority in Sacramento and will remain so. Obviously, those who are responsible at the local level are obligated to pursue remedies beyond the financial.

When variable factors require expanded curricula in order to accommodate the ever-growing, ever-changing demographics, elementary schools increasingly fail to prepare students for secondary and higher levels of education. Security, socio-economics, “English as a second language”, special education and social assimilation are only a few of the critical supplements to academics in a young child’s development.

Proactive school boards and educators are becoming more innovative and, “thinking outside the box.” Beyond the exercise of a focus on accountability, both in the classrooms, accounting office and the budget planning process, the efficient allocation of limited resources has become a high priority. Likewise, multiple studies have shown that community outreach, parental involvement and commercial sponsorships have lead to expanded after-school activities, mentoring sessions and tutorials. Combined with recreational events and a communal environment, student absenteeism has dropped dramatically while their motivation has increased as much, if not more so. In turn, funding grows with the former as does overall performance in the latter scenario.

As one notable example, the Perris Elementary School district in Riverside, CA, is a small system of almost 6,000 students. The large majority receive subsidized meals, are “English Learners” and the community as whole falls on the lower side of the socio-economic spectrum. On any given school day, 1 in 5 children are missing from the classrooms. Small wonder that the District is ranked as “underperforming” by most metrics. Yet the blame does not fall upon the kids, or their parents or their teachers.

Other school boards have faced equivalent challenges, if not larger ones. They have not only survived, but thrived through effective management, governance and vision. In the current election to seats on the PESD governing body, one candidate has done the unthinkable in politics. Dr. Norman Quintero is a businessman, educator and mental health professional. He has gone on the record with a six-point “Road Map”, identifying specific failures within PESD and providing demonstrable solutions … all without the usual slogans or rhetoric.

“I share a common background and culture with our community, our children and their families. Their success requires my absolute commitment and support to our highly-qualified educators as well. I was blessed by the American public school system with the opportunity to overcome significant challenges throughout my early childhood. I have devoted my life, my career, to public service. Vote not only for me, but for our kids, their parents and their teachers on Tuesday, November 6.”

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Wisdom Education is Brain Health Education; Where Wisdom Land is a Start...

Our Education System Has Cutting Edge Mind Education While Brain Education Is Under The Radar Screen.

Instead of tasting wisdom in old age live it up ASAP.

Why wait for old age to taste pure life when you can do it now.

All the Attributes of Wisdom Are Generated by Humulity.

Become Humble to Become Wise.

While our experts have correctly defined the ills of society being due to the lack of emotional intelligence; they have misunderstood the very nature of EI.

We need to wake up the world to the true nature of EI. EI is the smoke where emotional health(EH) is the fire. Taking care of EH will create EI effortlessly.”

— Sajid Khan

WASHINGTON, DC, USA, November 6, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — Oprah is a mother to us all. So it is hard for me to say this but it has to be done for the greater good. Oprah has to wake up to the fact that all these experts that she is promoting are focused on fixing the symptoms of the ills of society rather than taking care of the actual disease.

Emotional intelligence is a quality to be desired, pursued and achieved. Unfortunately the way our experts try to define and create emotional intelligence is half-baked.

They have wrongly defined emotional intelligence as a stand-alone, independent entity when it is a secondary entity. Emotional Intelligence is a fragrance that stems from an emotionally healthy brain. When our experts try to teach emotional intelligence it is like trying to improve the fragrance on its own. Just as to improve the fragrance, the plant has to be improved, to create emotional intelligence the brain has to be healed. All these books on trying to educate the mind on emotional intelligence are an exercise in failure. Emotional intelligence education is wise-parenting for the young and brain-therapy for the rest.

The problem stems from the fact that our experts have still not defined the difference between brain and mind. In fact, the mind itself is couched in fuzziness to the extent that there is no topic explaining the mind in High School psychology textbooks. When the leading expert Steven Pinker wrote a book on the brain, he did not even mention the mind even once! To improve professional intelligence lessons and textbooks are rightly needed. To improve emotional intelligence it is the brain that has to be healed. The focus of our experts has to shift from trying to teach the mind emotional intelligence to healing the brain by making the brain emotionally healthy.

Any wonder we have 44,000 books on happiness and not one hardly makes you happy. It is because all these books are focused on teaching the mind happiness. The mind itself is the fragrance of the brain and so it is the brain that has to be healed!

One can be the best of the best and yet not up to the mark. Oprah has the opportunity to correct this. She can invite her experts to discuss with me this unfortunate state of affairs.

While our experts have correctly defined the ills of society being due to the lack of emotional intelligence; they have misunderstood the very nature of emotional intelligence.

The first step to creating an emotionally intelligent society is to correctly define the very nature of emotional intelligence. Emotional intelligence is defined by its attributes, it is like defining a tree by its fruit. So the experts are defining and trying to create the fruit instead of defining and creating the tree.

It is like trying to create fruit without cultivating the tree. The tree of emotional intelligence is the emotionally healthy brain. Creating emotionally healthy brains will generate emotional intelligence effortlessly. The focus of Oprah’s experts has to shift from emotional intelligence to emotional health.

Every single day the world continues to suffer from the ignorance of our experts and nothing changes.

The future of mankind is in the hands of our celebrities like Oprah. They have such a big opportunity to transform the world into a wise world. Yet they continue to promote false data.
Oprah’s fans hang on her every word as if it is the golden rule but alas she is misleading them into absorbing half-baked knowledge. Her experts are leading her fans to the wrong destination.

The world is hurting so bad and yet Oprah continues to push half-baked knowledge. She is doing great but still not good enough, she can do much better by showing the world the true nature of wisdom/emotional-intelligence.

Sajid Khan, President
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All emotions, including wisdom and love etc can now be defined in numbers. The art of living is now a science. Wisdom is a science!

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John Marshall’s 62nd Annual IP Conference Focused on Current Developments in IP, IT & Privacy Law

CHICAGO, ILLINOIS, UNITED STATES, November 5, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — The John Marshall Law School in Chicago was proud to present its 62nd Annual Intellectual Property Law Conference. This one-day conference on November 2 covered developments in patent and antitrust; trademarks, copyrights, music and entertainment law; IP management and in-house counsel practice; and information technology and privacy law.

Last year, the conference expanded the scope of this long-standing IP event, moving from principally single-speaker sessions to panels with plenty of time for discussions and questions from the audience. As part of this new format, the conference expanded its faculty to include a greater mix of expert speakers and thought leaders from government, the judiciary, corporations, NGOs, academia and, of course, practitioners. The event featured participants from across the U.S., Europe and South America, while still drawing extensively from local talent.

“This year, we had over 90 conference faculty from across the U.S. and abroad in 13 sessions,” said Daryl Lim, Director of John Marshall’s Center for Intellectual Property, Information & Privacy Law. “This was our biggest and best conference yet. We are grateful for the continuing support of the administration, our colleagues and our partners outside John Marshall. To better showcase our conference, we set up a website dedicated to giving the latest information about the event.” The website may be accessed at https://ipconference.jmls.edu/

The Hon. Pauline Newman, Circuit Judge for the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, delivered the keynote address.

About the Annual Intellectual Property Law Conference
The Annual Intellectual Property Law Conference is a way for the practicing bar, students and academics to discuss and stay on top of this ever-changing field of law. The conference includes annual developments reviews in all four major fields of IP as well as breakout sessions that focus on the most current and problematic areas of IP protection. A mainstay in IP CLE programming, the conference features judicial, administrative, practitioner and academic presenters who share their insights into the most important IP developments and their future impact. Next year’s conference will be held on November 1, 2019.

About The John Marshall Law School
The John Marshall Law School, founded in 1899, is an independent law school located in the heart of Chicago's legal, financial and commercial districts. The 2019 U.S. News & World Report's America's Best Graduate Schools ranks John Marshall's Lawyering Skills Program 6th, its Intellectual Property Law Program 15th and its Trial Advocacy Program 20th in the nation. Since its inception, John Marshall has been a pioneer in legal education and has been guided by a tradition of diversity, innovation, access and opportunity.

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Distinctive Schools Inaugural Gala Honors Desirée Rogers and Highlights Students and Campuses

Left to right: Joseph Wise, CEO at Distinctive Schools; David Sundstrom, CAO at Distinctive Schools; Desirée Rogers, Distinctive Citizen Award Honoree; Ron Huberman, Distinctive Citizen Committee Chair; and Scott Frauenheim, President at Distinctive Schools

CHICAGO, IL, UNITED STATES, November 5, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — Corporate, civic, and education leaders attended the inaugural Distinctive Schools gala, held November 1 at Savage Smyth in Chicago, Illinois. The dollars raised will go to scaling personalized learning at all Distinctive Schools’ campuses, as well as curriculum and classroom needs for teachers.

“We are thrilled that so many members of our community, including partners in education such as Chicago Public Schools, Chicago International Charter School (CICS), LEAP Innovations, Summit Learning, Communities in Schools-Detroit, NWEA, and Golden Apple, came together to support Distinctive Schools,” stated Joseph Wise, Co-Founder and CEO of Distinctive Schools. “The gala was a testament to what we can accomplish and the opportunities we can provide to our students and the work that we do.”

The positive impact of Distinctive Schools and the future of its work was on display throughout the evening. School teams and Distinctive Schools network leaders shared campus spotlights and flexible learning furniture, from 3 Oaks Resource Group International, was exhibited around the room. Additionally, during the gala, Ron Huberman, Distinctive Citizen Committee Chair, presented the inaugural Distinctive Citizen Award to the first honoree, Desirée Rogers.

Rogers serves on the cabinet of the Conquer Cancer Foundation. She is also the Chair of Choose Chicago, the tourism bureau of the City of Chicago and on the boards of World Business Chicago, Donors Choose, and Northwestern Memorial Hospital. During Rogers’ remarks, she shared her family’s legacy as teachers and community leaders, as well as emphasized the importance of education and giving back.

“We cannot forget that the best way to ensure a great future of our schools, students, and communities is to invest in the education of today’s children,” added Huberman.

The Chicago Children’s Choir, which featured students from CICS Irving Park, also delighted the room with a musical performance, and CICS Prairie’s school director, Jennifer Harth, and staff shared with the audience what Distinctive Schools means to them.

“For me, Distinctive Schools means opportunity. An opportunity for our urban youth to experience safe and loving learning communities that are responsive and personalized based on each child’s academic and social emotional needs,” stated Harth. “An opportunity to receive unconditional love, acceptance, understanding, and a fresh start every single day.”

Gala attendees gained a deeper understanding and appreciation of both the depth and breadth of the the work seen at Distinctive Schools and got to experience what really sets the school network apart: Kindness, optimism, growth, collaboration, and commitment to relationships, innovation and high quality rigorous personalized learning.

“Distinctive Schools is deeply grateful for all the support and for everyone who came to celebrate our inaugural gala with us,” said Wise. “Together, we can paint amazing futures for our kids from the minute they walk into the classroom and as they continue their journey in college, career, and in life.”

For more information on Distinctive Schools, visit www.distinctiveschools.org.

Distinctive Schools is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to supporting and accelerating the work of charter schools serving kids from traditionally underserved backgrounds. We will innovate, trailblaze and collaboratively lead a public education transformation that positively impacts the greater education community and ensure that each and every one of our Distinctive Schools students thrives in college, career and life.

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Money Doctor Neil “Doc” Gallagher makes Fox Business News Debut

Money Doctor Neil Gallagher

The founder, president, and CEO of Gallagher Financial Group Inc., will be having his first Fox Business News interview on Monday, November 5th.

DALLAS, TX, UNITED STATES, November 5, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — Money Doctor Neil Gallagher, founder, president, and CEO of Gallagher Financial Group Inc., as well as successful entrepreneur, investment counselor, and financial retirement planning specialist, will be making his Fox Business News Debut on Monday, November 5th. The interview, which focuses on the release of Gallagher’s newest edition of his book Jesus Christ Money Master: Four Eternal Truths that Deliver Personal Power and Profit, will play the first Saturday in December.

In his book, Dr. Gallagher discusses the advantages of someone putting Christ in the center of spending habits. “If the whole world is His, including our money, it just makes sense to look to the owner of all wealth for direction on how to use it,” states Dr. Gallagher. His book seeks to guide readers towards finding profitable solutions that are in line with God’s plan. It does this by applying the teachings of Jesus and translating biblical principles into modern financial wisdom.

Neil Gallagher has worked in the financial field for more than two decades, managing over one billion in assets and serving over one thousand clients world-wide. In addition, he also hosts weekly radio programs covering financial communication, the psychology of investing, wealth creation, family enrichment, and the importance of estate planning. He was recently awarded the Best of Los Angeles Award – “Best Financial Planner – 2018”, according to Aurora DeRose, award coordinator for the Best of Los Angeles Award community. Through it all, faith has always been one of his most important values.

“Our decisions with money impact countless other aspects of our lives,” explains Gallagher, “We need direction in this critical area, and the perfect model to follow is Jesus Christ, the greatest teacher of finance and everything else that has ever lived.”

Dr. Robert Jeffress, an American Pastor and a reader of Dr. Gallagher’s book, praises, “Dr. Gallagher reminds us that when we follow God’s instructions for money management, we can experience his blessings now! I highly recommend this book.”

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The National Atlas of the Arctic, now Available

Cover image for the National Atlas of the Arctic

Learn about history, discoveries, and research in the Arctic region.

Sea ice melt has allowed container ships to ply a once unthinkable Northern Sea Route between Asia and Europe for the first time. This makes the National Atlas of the Arctic all the more essential.”

— Kent D. Lee, President & CEO of East View Companies

MINNEAPOLIS, MN, UNITED STATES, November 5, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — The long awaited National Atlas of the Arctic is available from East View while copies last.

The culmination of years of intensive scientific research, this library-quality edition (ISBN 9785952303867) was published in 2017 by Rosreestr Roskartografiia and boasts 495 pages of maps, illustrations, and text detailing circumpolar Earth above 66° North, with focus on the Russian Arctic.

“The geopolitical implications surrounding commercial navigation and mineral development in the Russian Arctic region are profound,” said Kent Lee, East View’s President & CEO. “Sea ice melt has allowed container ships to ply a once unthinkable Northern Sea Route between Asia and Europe for the first time. This makes an authoritative resource like the National Atlas of the Arctic all the more essential for academic and commercial entities alike."

Almost 500 thematic, satellite, and nautical maps in National Atlas of the Arctic’s 22 sections feature vivid and comprehensive overviews of Arctic geography; political subdivisions; and geological, climatic, glaciation and permafrost characteristics of the Arctic Ocean and the northernmost parts of the continents of Asia, Europe, and North America.

Also included are narratives on the history of marine expeditions in the Russian Arctic; its geomorphology, mineral resources, and development potential; climate, ocean, and coastal attributes; permafrost changes; soil characteristics; habitat and natural environment; indigenous populations and social structures; economic development; and an outlook to 2020 for exploration and monitoring via satellite.

For more information about the National Atlas of the Arctic, download this brochure with the Table of Contents. To order (USD $935 plus shipping/handling), go to our East View Shop or email books@eastview.com.

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How to Talk to a Loved One About Opioid Addiction

Recovery expert explains how to manage anxiety before difficult conversations

Are you happy with the current people, places or things in your life? Which of those do you need to walk away from to find that happiness?”

— Chris Shea

WASHINGTON, D.C., UNITED STATES, November 5, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — As the opioid addiction crisis continues to make headlines across the country, an addiction recovery counselor offers a “PATH” for families to follow when intervening on behalf of loved ones suffering from addiction.

Chris Shea works with addicts as part of his role as a counselor and life coach. He knows families struggle with the difficult decision to intervene on behalf of someone facing addiction issues, and has come up with PATH, a formula to help families overcome that anxiety.

“PATH is short for Perspective, Acceptance, Take Action and Help others,” says Shea. “It can help anyone work through anxiety but is particularly helpful in steeling the resolve of people deciding whether to intervene in the life of an addict.”

In the first step, Perspective, Chris advises that the interveners focus on what would lead all parties to happiness and peace. “Are you happy with the current people, places or things in your life? Which of those do you need to walk away from to find that happiness? That’s step one.”

In the Acceptance phase, Chris instructs families to accept reality as it is, not as they want it to be. “Denial is a major barrier to helping those with addiction, both for the addict and their support network. Working through that can lead to major breakthroughs and lead people to the next steps of taking action and helping others.”

While the path for an addict to break their addiction will take more than a conversation, Shea says getting that person’s support network to all be on the same page is a major step in the right direction.

Chris Shea has written several books on overcoming adversity in life. His newest workbook, “Discovering ‘Who Am I?’” will be available for purchase at www.lifesjourneyblog.com in November. Chris Shea is available for interviews regarding addiction recovery and intervention. To schedule an interview in person or via Skype, contact Chris at booking@lifesjourneyblog.com.

About Chris Shea:

Chris Shea has spent over 20 years in the addiction counseling field as a clinician and administrator, responsible for the implementation of treatment program models while integrating evidence-based treatments to promote lifelong recovery. His counseling experience is preceded by an almost decade-long pastoral ministry as a hospital chaplain in DC and a retreat leader in the New England region. Chris divides his time between Lifesjourney, serving as the Director of Campus Ministry at a high school in Maryland and as an adjunct professor in the Family Studies and Community Development department of the school of Liberal Arts at Towson University as well as McDaniel College's Graduate School of Counseling.


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Merv Rogers of Leadership and Coaching Partner International to be Featured on CUTV News Radio

TORONTO, ONTARIO, CANADA, November 5, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — Old-school management was all about command and control, but there's no one on the face of the earth who enjoys being told what to do. Today’s workers are knowledge workers hired for their skills. Managers who don't invite their employees into the problem to engage in a solution, surrender their capacity to lead effectively.

Merv Rogers is the founder of Leadership and Coaching Partner International, where he “helps people get to where they want to be, just a lot faster.” More specifically, Rogers helps corporate managers and C-suite executives to communicate effectively to have better conversations with their employees.

“Unless the manager is able to talk to the person who works for them and not their job role, they’re not going to be effective,” says Rogers. “Managers who are ready to make the shift have learned what’s important to the client, the customer, their employee, all the stakeholders, and can make a compelling case for what needs to be done, and, most importantly, why it needs to be done.”

According to Rogers, the most brilliant leaders have a belief system that their employees can actually do what needs to be done. An ineffective leader tells you what to do from a task perspective. Rogers says strong leaders spend time engaging their people in their vision, trusts their people to deliver it and holds them authentically accountable for their contribution.

“It’s all about our willingness to believe in people,” says Rogers. “Of course, part of leadership is giving people the tools they need to succeed, but in my mind a real powerful leader understands that people are not just instruments to accomplish tasks, but contributors. A powerful leader helps everyone understand where they fit into the larger puzzle and continues to invite them in to define how they wish to be held accountable.”

As more traditional leaders retire, more empowering managers are stepping in and stepping up. Rogers says he has great optimism that we’re going to begin to see a lot more creativity in organizations.

“We're going to see a lot more innovation and ingenuity because they're actually tapping into the talent and the passions that exist. says Rogers. If a leader can connect to those passions, it's much more powerful. We're seeing that. I'm really optimistic the world of business is just going to continue to evolve.”

CUTV News Radio will feature Merv Rogers in an interview with Jim Masters on November 7th at 2pm EDT and with Doug Llewelyn on November 14th and 2pm EDT.

Listen to the show on BlogTalkRadio.

If you have a question for our guest, call (347) 996-3389.

For more information on Leadership and Coaching Partner International, visit www.leadershippartner.com

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