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1. Episode 1-The Power of Focus

Episode 1-The Power of Focus

In Episode 1, Join Adam Meyer as he speaks about The Power of Focus, and shares with you the 5 Keys of Focus to dramatically increase your Power of Focus, and accomplish just about anything you set out to do.

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2. Episode #37: Truly Unleash the Power of Inside Sales, with Trish Bertuzzi

Episode #37: Truly Unleash the Power of Inside Sales, with Trish Bertuzzi

Today inside sales and sales development are more challenging — and rewarding — than ever. Join Trish Bertuzzi, President & Chief Strategist at The Bridge Group, author of "The Sales Development Playbook," and all-around inside sales expert, as she explains why buyers are bored with current sales processes, and how you can turn that emotion around with storytelling, brain science, and team building. Tell a meaningful story to prospects that you add to with each touch. Learn from brain science how to be smarter about time management. Elevate the esprit de corps and success of your team. Listen in to learn new ways to unleash the power of inside sales. Guest: Trish Bertuzzi (@bridgegroupinc) Hosts: Kevin Micalizzi (@kevinmic), Alexa Nayman (http://bit.ly/2mxujgM) Related resources: * When and How to Build a Sales Development Team http://sforce.co/2neS6GB * How Salesforce Built Its Inside Sales Team http://sforce.co/2nt1hUv * The Hottest Job in Sales Right Now http://sforce.co/2mUqzcv * Beat the Clock, and Your Quota, with Jill Konrath http://sforce.co/2nKewfD

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3. Episode #76: The Power of a Global Movement with Dr. Angelina Snodgrass Godoy

Episode #76: The Power of a Global Movement with Dr. Angelina Snodgrass Godoy

A conversation with Dr. Angelina Snodgrass Godoy about leading The Unfinished Sentences Project, and how she got involved with human rights work in Central America. Show notes: http://wp.me/p2ldZ5-rU

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4. Episode #61: The Power Of Habit With Charles Duhigg

Episode #61: The Power Of Habit With Charles Duhigg

In this episode we talk to Pulitzer Prize winning journalist Charles Duhigg about his book The Power of Habit. The Power of Habit was our book of the month in the AoM Book Club and it has served as inspiration for a post and a video on the site, so I was excited that I had the chance to talk to Duhigg about his book. During our conversation we discuss what science has revealed about habit formation and action steps we can take to change bad habits.

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6. Episode 386: The Power of Free

Episode 386: The Power of Free

Everybody likes free. But free can be dangerous. On today's show, what happens when you take something that was free and give it a price. That’s a highly risky move and the damage can be enormous. Image credit: Chana Joffe-Walt / NPR

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7. Episode 30: The Power Of Positivity

  • Published: 2016-11-03T14:32:05Z
  • By HerMoney
Episode 30: The Power Of Positivity

Would you believe me if I told you that you could jet around the world in six-figure style for only $300? We'll teach you how your credit card points and airline miles can make it possible for you. But first, we embrace the power of positivity with Daryn Kagan, former CNN anchor and author of the new book "Hope Possible." Kagan opens up about her journey from losing her job and being single, to a new career and happily married to Trent Swanson — this week's Thrive guest. Swanson, a frequent flyer mile hobbyist, has amassed over 9 million airline miles to date. He tells us how. And in this week's Mailbag segment, I give my take on long-term care insurance and how to check your credit score. Please keep the questions coming! We want you to be part of the conversation. Subscribe, share us with your friends and let us know what you think.

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8. Episode 92: The Power Of Credit

Episode 92: The Power Of Credit

This week we’re joined by Sherrell Anderson to talk about the advantages of having solid, reliable credit. Be sure to check her site at sherrellanderson.net

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9. If The Money's Good (Teen Wolf Song) - Former Vandal

If The Money's Good (Teen Wolf Song) - Former Vandal

Soooooo, this song started about Braeden, but KIIIIIINDA became about mostly the other hunters. We haven’t seen much of her yet, I don’t know what to think. I mean, we know she’s BADASS, but what is she in it for? The money? The power? Or just to protect herself and others? I wanna believe it’s the latter, but in the first episode this season she flat out told Scott she’d kill him if the money was good. So with that said, this is a song for all of those participating in the deadpool, and being motivated by the money. LYRICS: Don’t talk, you speak too much. Just take the cash and get out. Don’t worry, you think to much. Just do what you need and leave I don’t trust no one and I won’t start now. (It’s a bloodsport.) I plan on not dying and I don’t care how. (You always want more.) The money makes up for a good time, good time. And I’ll do what I need to survive, survive. It’s not like I’m dead inside. But you gotta kill your morals if you wanna survive The guilts not heavy if the cash flows steady, Cause I’d sell my own soul if the money’s good. Don’t try to rationalize. You’ll never make sense of it. Cause it’s kill or wait to be killed. You’re the only one who benefits. I don’t trust no one and I won’t start now. (It’s a bloodsport) It’s dog eat dog, so you do what you need, cause you gotta eat somehow.

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10. The Power Through Episode

The Power Through Episode

After taking a week off A-King and Mena are back along with photographer @brotha_kristufar kicking game about powering through a few transgressions as they hold it down for the iconic Combat Jack. #CombatCancer #RaiseTheBar

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11. The Entire Episode "The Poems, The Poets, The Power - A National Poetry Month Special"

The Entire Episode

Poetry isn't just words on a page. Instead it's a form that lets people express themselves in a way that's often far more deep, emotional, and complex than other forms of communication. In this year's National Poetry Month Special, SOTRU explores how people are finding ways to use poetry in surprising ways. For more from this episode, visit http://stateofthereunion.com

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12. Power Rangers Song The Power Inside #NerdOut

Power Rangers Song   The Power Inside   #NerdOut

a playlist to be played with games or just to rock out to, enjoy the playlist that was inspired by Nerdout and for Nerdout to listen and everyone to enjoy. so enjoy:)

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13. ROMP! - from The Poems, The Poets, The Power” episode

ROMP! - from The Poems, The Poets, The Power” episode

A farmhouse in Oklahoma also houses a one-of-a-kind museum about poetry and its influence on farm life. We learn more about the Rural Oklahoma Museum of Poetry (ROMP). For more from this episode, visit http://stateofthereunion.com

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14. The Entire Episode "The Power of African-American Art"

The Entire Episode

State of the Re:Union has made it an annual tradition to commemorate Black History Month with a special episode exploring lesser known corners of African-American history. This year, SOTRU recognizes Black History Month through the lens of African-American art, the role it has played in social movements and everyday life, and why it matters both to the black community and the United States as a whole. From a poem celebrating Nina Simone and her powerful voice for social change, to the story of the surprising event that sparked the hip-hop cultural revolution, to unsung heroes of the culinary arts, SOTRU provides a rich hour of art as a window into African-American history, and how communities have been transformed by it. For more from this episode, visit http://stateofthereunion.com

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15. The Power Inside You

  • Published: 2017-09-07T23:28:58Z
  • By Accretion
The Power Inside You

Primer Demo de la banda!! Wachen!!!

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16. Love Letter to U Street - from The Power of African-American Art episode

Love Letter to U Street - from The Power of African-American Art episode

In Washington D.C., a neighborhood called the U Street Corridor used to be the center of black music, theater, and dance in the city. Everybody from James Brown to Pearl Bailey to Redd Foxx to Duke Ellington used to perform there. But then Dr. Martin Luther King was shot, and the neighborhood burned in the riots that followed his death. D.C. poet Patrick Washington tells the story of U Street, its slow rebirth, and how it’s changed because of gentrification in the past few years. For more from this episode, visit http://stateofthereunion.com Photo Source: Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division Washington, D.C, HABS DC,WASH,234-2, via Wikimedia Commons

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17. Sjammienators - Uptempo Is The Tempo Episode 13

Sjammienators - Uptempo Is The Tempo Episode 13

Sjammienators - Uptempo Is The Tempo Episode 13 Enjoy :D !!!! Tracklist, 1. Juliëx - Walking 2. The Prophet - Punk MF (Mind Compressor Edit) 3. Dj Paul Elstak & Broken Minds - MDFKS (Streiks & Kratchs Bootleg) 4. Sjammienators - Rebel for kicks (Test) 5. Delete - The Power (The MASTA Remix) 6. eDUB - Good Bye 7. Versattchio - Mans Not Hot 8. Blaster - El Control 9. FrenchFaces - Massacre (Barber Remix) 10. JAWZ - How Deep 11. Blaster - Out Of Time 12. Psychoweapon - Sound of Psychoweapon 13. Vandal!sm - Beastie Bassdrum 14. DJ Sim - Cartoons in Progress (FrenchFaces Bootleg) 15. Jappo & Lancinhouse - Exlxaxl (Crime Scene Remix) 16. Radiate & Psyco - De Harde Bass 17. Sjammienators & System Overload vs MC Komplex - Rumble 2.0 (Test) 18. G-Shock - Demons (K-TeztroV Bootleg) 19. Sjammienators & Spitnoise - Ganja Gun 20. Future Kickz & Abaddon - King Kong 21. Sjammienators & Ysiss - Boogie Woogie (GPF Remix) 22. Basspunkz - Pop That Thing 23. Sjammienators & Lunatic - Sector 9 (Remaster) 24. Tharoza & ToXic Inside - G-Spot 25. FrenchFaces - Harder 26. Tharoza - ID 27. Greazy Puzzy Fuckerz & Mind Compressor - Spaghetti Love 28. Killer In Person - Therapy 2018 29. Malice & Rooler - Aggressive Acts (GPF Remix)

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18. The Jemima Code - from The Power of African-American Art episode

The Jemima Code - from The Power of African-American Art episode

When Toni Tipton-Martin was reporting for the L.A. Times, years ago, she noticed something about the cookbook section of the paper. There were no cookbooks by black people. “That just didn’t jive with my experience,” says Martin, who is African American herself. “It didn’t make sense to me that African Americans didn’t give any contribution at all.” So, Toni began on a search to find the voices of the African-American cooks who were absent from the bookstore shelves and cookbook reviews. For more from this episode, visit http://stateofthereunion.com

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19. Black to the Future - from The Power of African-American Art episode

Black to the Future - from The Power of African-American Art episode

From the spirituals that slaves sung to the writings of poet Claude McKay to Public Enemy’s fierce rhymes, SOTRU looks at how African-American art has been used to speak out against injustice. Professor Farah Jasmine Griffin walks us through a timeline of African-American art that has been used to call attention to social issues and protests. For more from this episode, visit http://stateofthereunion.com Photo Source: Claude McKay (The Crisis Magazine) [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons

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20. Reconnecting through Poetry - from "The Poems, The Poets, The Power" episode

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An arts nonprofit in rural Charleston, Mississippi enlists Brooklyn poet Gary Glasner to work with seniors with Alzheimer's and dementia. Using call and response poetry, he helps people slipping away from the world reconnect. For more from this episode, visit http://stateofthereunion.com

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