Hour 1: OPEN DISCUSSION – Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Data Collection…and More! CALLS INVITED
We’ve all heard about the NSA’s data sweep on ordinary citizens, but what happens to your information after it’s collected? And what about all the information you provide to gain those special membership cards at grocery and big box stores, or your medical records and public utilities? Is there a way to keep your information safe? Join Barb Adams and John J. Higgins as they open the discussion on data collection in America.
We’d love to hear what you think!
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Hour 2: Janice Carlson
Janice is the author of Soul Sensing: How to Communicate With Your Dead Loved Ones.
Think it’s impossible to communicate with your dead loved ones? According to Janice Carlson, “they’re probably already communicating with you!” All you need is to understand the language and messaging methods of the dead.
Janice lost her mother and adoptive father to death by the age of 10. After years spent as an advertising copywriter and then as an author of over a dozen novels and novellas, in 1992 Janice accidentally discovered her ability to communicate with the dead. She now uses her two decades of professional afterlife-communications experiences to help you recognize the signs of visitation by your passed loved ones’ souls; pierce the veil between the living and the dead by awakening your seven soul senses; sense the presence and messages of your deceased loved ones using intuition; use afterlife communication tools; encourage visitation from passed loved ones and pets; monitor your dreams for visitations and messages; send messages and receive replies; understand the differences between being visited by spirits and being haunted; and learn why, how, and when to protect yourself from the spirits of the dead.
Afterlife communications aren’t just for seances anymore. They’re being used the world over to ease grief, help survivors move forward with their lives, and come to understand that most human souls do not perish, but continue to be active in our lives on a spiritual basis.
Janice Carlson holds a B.S. degree in Communications and Secondary Education. Since 1992 Janice has done thousands of professional afterlife communications for clients throughout the U.S., with a money-back guarantee of contact.
For more information, please visit her website at www.JaniceCarlson.com.
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Hour 3: Steven G. Blum
Rejoining Amerika Now during the final hour is expert negotiator and professor in the Department of Legal Studies and Business Ethics at the Wharton School of Business of the University of Pennsylvania, Dr. Steven G. Blum.
While economic science has gathered a vast amount of data that would be worth a lot to most investors, most Americans invest as if this body of scientific knowledge did not exist according to Steven G. Blum. Blum will be discussing the economic truths you need to know to be an effective negotiator, offering tips from his book, Negotiating Your Investments: Use Proven Negotiation Methods to Enrich Your Financial Life.
It’s often been said that everything is open for negotiation – prices, schedules, and even those items supposedly carved in stone. Life’s a series of negotiations, and while we may realize this in theory, we probably don’t realize how often it applies in practice. Think about it, your work schedule, your pay and benefits, prices on cars and in big box stores, cell phone contracts…you name it, it’s negotiable. And once you realize that, it’s a different way of looking at the world.
“Sharpen your negotiating skills and you’ll unlock options and opportunities that you may have assumed were closed to you,” Blum says. “This can truly change your life.”
Negotiating Your Investments is an in-depth guide to applying proven principles of negotiation to your personal finances. With expert insight into the before, during, and after of a successful negotiation, you’ll learn how to prepare for and conduct important financial discussions with an eye toward getting the best possible outcome. What’s more, you’ll learn how to use basic negotiating skills outside the world of investing.
Steven G. Blum has been teaching in the Department of Legal Studies and Business Ethics at the Wharton School of Business of the University of Pennsylvania since 1994 and was a visiting professor at the ALBA Graduate Business School in Athens, Greece, for more than a decade.
He holds two law degrees and has been guiding clients through all aspects of their financial lives for more than 30 years. In addition to maintaining a law practice, he is a principal at Steven G. Blum and Associates, LLC, which places a special emphasis on the ethics of the professional-client relationship. The firm is based near Philadelphia.
Steven also teaches semester-long courses for undergraduate and MBA students, and has taught in Wharton Executive Education programs, lectured and consulted widely, and frequently leads seminars and educational forums. He has led training sessions for a number of Fortune 100 companies as well as organizations of lawyers, physicians, accountants, and other professionals.
Of all the different aspects of his career, Blum takes tremendous pride in his role as teacher. He believes it is the highest calling in society. He has five times won the William G. Whitney Award for outstanding teaching at Wharton.
Blum holds a Bachelor’s degree from Wesleyan University, a law degree from Northeastern University School of Law, a Master’s degree in education from Harvard University, a Certificate of Specialization in Negotiation and Dispute Resolution from Harvard University’s Program on Negotiation, and a Master’s degree in the law of taxation from the New York University School of Law.
If you would like more information, visit his website ww.negotiatingtruth.com.
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