Forbes Ranks CU Boulder
1779_ 11/02/15 - "Forbes recently ranked CU Boulder as the 18th Most Entrepreneurial University in the country." We are speaking with Brad Bernthal and he says, "...a nice validation as these rankings are subjective, of course. But, we’re at least in the game and in the mix among the best places to be if you are at a university and looking to be involved in the innovation scene. You know it’s a crown jewel that we’re nested within, that out our front door is the Front Range Startup Community. Over the past ten years we’ve done our best to get our students off the campus and into that community as well as bring the community to the campus. That’s been powerful for us as we try to cultivate the activity and the entrepreneurial mindset in our students and faculty across the campus. This year we’ve initiated the Global Entrepreneurs in Residence Program (GEIR Program) and that brings entrepreneurs from other countries to Boulder… The deal is they work half time helping to build entrepreneurship on campus – so these individuals who are experienced entrepreneurs in their country of origin will be resources to help faculty, staff and students, at CU who are looking to build their own companies. This will be a magnet that brings international entrepreneurs to CU Boulder. Brad Feld is helping make this happen and that’s something to watch." RELATED LINKS: Silicon Flatirons Center || Silicon Flatirons Leadership || Boulder Startup History Crash Course || Foundry Group || KEYWORDS: Silicon Flatirons, CU-Boulder, Brad Bernthal, Brad Feld, Entrepreneurs Initiative, Forbes, rankings, international entrepreneurship LISTEN TO: Brad Bernthal, Director Entrepreneur Initiative, SFC
How Employers Are Looking for Talent
1779_ 11/02/15 - (part 1 of 4)Melodie Reagan, President & Owner, i2i Workforce, and Larry have collaborated on a very important four part series, Finding a Job and Being Found. We’re talking about your career and the ‘Job Search Process’ which has changed a great deal. Melodie begins this journey of managing your career and finding a job by developing context and reinforcing it with two words, Relevance and Keywords. Everything is moving so fast. The question you have to ask yourself is, ‘Are you maintaining your relevance?’ Before starting her business Mel worked in corporate as a marketing executive. Marketing has changed so radically in the last 15 years. It is crazy how much has gone online, how digital we’ve become. We’re constantly adapting – product life cycles can be as short as a couple of days, depending on what your sales cycle is. But if you’re not adapting and you don’t know how to use all the cool tools we have today in social media, you are no longer relevant. So, it’s about maintaining your relevance. The other thing – the job search process has gone online. What is a Keyword? It is a word or concept of great significance, you have to make sure you know your keywords… Today managing your career is your responsibility. Employers can no longer afford to invest in you beyond getting delivery of the base job. If you need new skills, you need to invest in you. You need to make yourself relevant, you need to manage your career. It’s about fitting. What is the market looking for and what is available? RELATED LINKS: i2i Workforce || Crazy Good Marketing || KEYWORDS: relevance, keywords, resume, talent, job search, being found, careers, process, manage your career, process, skills, social media, responsibility, employers, invest in self LISTEN TO: Melodie Reagan, President, i2iWorkforce
Top 10 Job Search Tactics [part 2 of 4]
1781_ 1/20/16 - Part 2 Resumes:
Resumes are important = they have become digital and it is how we find you. Whether you’re on a job board or Linked In or wherever you are, what you put together as your profile is actually your resume. And it’s what goes into our data bases. Incredibly important... It is your one opportunity to express your talent, your experience, who you are. And you need to use every single word on this document.
If you’re a consultant and selling yourself, bios are great. If you’re looking for a job, you need a resume and the simplest way to do a resume is chronological order. Let me share, when writing a resume, the most important information goes first!
Listen for more and if you haven't heard part one - it's on this screen, right below... Now LISTEN TO: Melodie Reagan, Job Search Tactics
So, How does one prepare for an interview? [part 3 of 4]
1885_ 02/1/16 - Today we definitely go through background and reference checks. Make sure you pass yours appropriately. Make sure your dates in background checks match. Go to an organization like i2i Workforce and have them run a background check. If you've been considered for employment, you can ask the employer to share some of that information or go to a background check organization and have them run a check on you so you can see how you show up. Like a Credit Check with improper charges, you can have 'bad data' - It's up to you to correct it. LISTEN TO: Melodie Reagan [part 3 of 4]
his is the 4th and last in the series, Finding a Job and being found! presented by Melodie Reagan and it is the inaugural interview for our new channel "Careers and You". Melodie Reagan is the expert with a long successful career in helping both companies and individuals with the perfect fit. Here, now, you've got the entire series to help you make the right career moves...
Top 5 Job Search Tactics and a Bonus Tip! [part 4 of 4]
1886_ 02/22/16 - Melodie raps up this Job Search Series with the Top 5 Job Search Tactics and a Bonus Tip. If you're in transition make sure you have a personal business card - a mini resume. Looking for a job is a full time demand. You need to establish a routine with goals, daily and weekly. Remember it's always a process. Get social - get online. Research, be prepared, ask questions, be in the driver's seat, take control. You're a great candidate - be your own cheerleader. You can find Melodie at i2iworkforce.com where they do outsource HR Teams and a lot of recruiting for companies. And, recently she and Sam Bailey launched a new company called, i.e. You LISTEN TO: Melodie Reagan [part 4 of 4]
Outstanding track record - Gaining coverage for clients 1767_ 9/28/15 - Doyle Albee, President of Metzger Albee Public Relations was interviewed by Larry with a focus on how businesses can get good press and quality inbound links by contributing content. Doyle explained the benefits of and how to write contributed articles and blog posts. This is an area overlooked by many businesses. Another area that is great to tap into is tapping into the interesting angles on ongoing story cycles in the news. Also tap into your area of interest and expertise. Provide expert commentary for breaking news…There’s more, listen now… RELATED LINKS: Metzger Albee Public Relations || PR is Dead || 2014 PodCast Directory || KEYWORDS: Doyle Albee, Metzger Albee Public Relations, Press Releases, Good Press, Quality Inbound Links, Ongoing Story Cycles, Breaking News, Articles, Blog Posts LISTEN TO: Doyle Albee, President, Metzger Albee PR
Simplifying email testing and analytics 1770_ 9/28/15 - Larry welcomes John Thies, co-founder of Email on Acid a Colorado company that does business around the world and focuses on developing tools that simplify email testing and analytics. "When we started this company, email development was anything but easy. The Internet was full of resources for web developers, but we could hardly find anything to help email developers. So we set out to create a service that would make it easy to find and fix email problems, and give developers and marketers a place to talk about email. We love email (obviously), and are dedicated to making email testing and marketing as simple as possible. Email design and development can be difficult, but we've developed an entire body of content to help you hone your skills and improve your efforts." RELATED LINKS: Email on Acid home || Metzger Albee Public Relations || Entrepreneurs || KEYWORDS: John Thies, Email on Acid, Gmail, MailChimp, Constant Contact, Outlook, iPhone, Android, Email Development LISTEN TO: John Thies, Co Founder, Email on Acid
It's Here! DENVER STARTUP WEEK 2014
1604_ 9/15/14 - Since 2012, the most creative and well-connected innovators from Colorado and beyond have come together for a week of learning, discussion, networking, and more. In 2013, 5,500+ startup community members and over 650 companies engaged in over 125 community-driven events all with the goal of celebrating everything entrepreneurial in the Mile High City. Seth Godin told the 2013 crowd that Denver Startup Week is incredibly unique. "This event is pretty rare," he said. "It's not just rare for me; it's rare for the world." And from Eric Mitisek, CEO, CTA "At the speed of startup, celebrations do not happen often enough. So next week, immerse yourself in this free week of 150+ events and meet, support and cheer on our innovators building the companies that will define the Colorado of tomorrow." RELATED LINKS: Denver Startup Week dot org || Registration || More from
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Fiscal Reality from One of the country’s most informed economists 1486_ 1/13/14 - For a little shot of reality, we are talking with Alan Beaulieu during his annual economic forecast at the ACG Denver 2014 Opening Luncheon. (Note: We've interviewed Alan several times over the years - be sure to check out his view of the future then and now.) ITR Economics focuses on the U.S. and European economy with offices here and there. Today Alan is talking about fiscal reality, a refreshing look at life as it is. "We started with the Affordable Health Care Act. You may be hearing the administration saying because of Obama Care they have slowed down the rate of rise in healthcare - you'll be seeing headlines about that in numerous sources. Keep in mind that it is a very negligible change and the numbers they're citing are before the healthcare act really came into being, 2014 is the real year of the healthcare act. So the slowdown really has to do with the softness we had in the economy in 2013 than it does with anything else, just a normal part of the economy. We think the healthcare act could be a headwind for consumers if the administration is right and millions of healthy young individuals go to the exchange." One of the country’s most informed economists, Alan Beaulieu, is a principal of ITR Economics™ where he serves as President. He leads the company’s European office and serves as chief economist for numerous U.S. and European trade associations. He is co-author of Make Your Move, a book on profiting in business cycle changes, and is a contributing editor for Industry Week magazine...Listen for more... RELATED LINKS: ITR Economics || ACG Denver || Presentation Slides || RM Corporate Growth Conference || Event Photos || M&A Channel || KEYWORDS: Alan Beaulieu, ITR Economics, Institute for Trend Research, Financial Trends, ACG Denver, Association for Corporate Growth, Trends, Economic Recovery, M&A, Entrepreneurs, Europe, China, Canada, Latin America >
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Bel-Air, Friday morning 2/27/2015, Leonard Nimoy
1684_ 3/2/15 - DERRIK J. LANG/AP Entertainment Writer |
LOS ANGELES — Leonard Nimoy didn't just leave a lasting impression on the science-fiction genre, he also left his mark on science itself.
Seth Shostak, who researches the possibility of real-world extraterrestrial life as the senior astronomer at SETI Research, recalled that Nimoy was regularly willing to lend the organization a helping hand. When he was asked to narrate a planetarium introduction or appear as a guest at an event, Nimoy did so graciously and never charged.
"That struck me then, and it strikes me now," said Shostak. "If you play a famous alien, you might have little interest in how science is searching for real aliens, but Nimoy was actually interested in the science — and he was always willing to help us out." (w3w3 Interviews) READ MORE
What do Leonard Nimoy, Krista Marks, Vinton Cerf, have in common
1600_ 8/11/14 - [archives/2010-09-27] ...Celebrity status in the realm of science and technology; business, commerce and community, creators, educators, visionaries, philanthropists, leaders, adventurous, courageous people! You will find them and many more stand-out-leaders from actor, astronaut, genius to outspoken critic. Visit the w3w3 Podcast Directory for a comprehensive collection of our most important business leaders over the past eleven years. You won't find all these celebrity interviews any place else. Ask Google: Mike Fries, Lucy Sanders, Ted Turner, Dan Caruso, Larissa Herda, Steve Bigari, Jim Crowe, Denise Brown, Ping Fu, Mark Endry, Kathleen Quinn Votaw, Heidi Roizen, Seth Levine, Jon Nordmark, Nancy Phillips, Stephanie Smeltzer McCoy, Donna Auguste, Sam Addoms, Helen Greiner, Roy Dimoff, Greg Maffei, Vinton Cerf, Guy Kawasaki, Jay Walker, Sam Pitroda, Rick Patch, Terry Gold, Michael Powell, Richard Truly, J.B. Holston, Holli Baumunk and 1000s of more interviews can be heard 24/7 at w3w3.com. We have been doing this since January 1999. Check it out...our Podcast Directory makes it easy... RELATED LINKS: About w3w3.com || w3w3.com Sponsors || w3w3.com Blog || Podcast Directory || KEYWORDS: w3w3® Talk Radio, Leonard Nimoy, Krista Marks, Vinton Cerf, Mike Fries, Lucy Sanders, Ted Turner, Dan Caruso, Larissa Herda, Steve Bigari, Jim Crowe, Denise Brown, Ping Fu, Mark Endry, Kathleen Quinn Votaw, Heidi Roizen, Seth Levine, Jon Nordmark, Nancy Phillips, Stephanie Smeltzer McCoy, Donna Auguste, Sam Addoms, Helen Greiner, Roy Dimoff, Greg Maffei, Vinton Cerf, Guy Kawasaki, Jay Walker, Sam Pitroda, Rick Patch, Terry Gold, Michael Powell, Richard Truly, J.B. Holston, Holli Baumunk
There is lightness and joy after brain trauma injuries 1775_ 10/19/15 - If you're a football fan, especially a Cincinnati Bengals fan, you may well recognize Tim Krumrie. After 27 years in professional football and coaching, Tim now serves as Brain Injury Territory Representative for CereScan, the leading functional brain imaging company specializing in processes that assist medical professionals in the detection and quantification of complex brain disorders, such as traumatic brain injury.
Like so many sports personalities and military personnel you've heard about, Tim suffered several concussions as a professional player. Though Tim is quick to point out, this isn't a problem limited to professional sports. Look in the mirror, at your children and your spouse - traumatic brain injuries occur to so many and we're all so susceptible. Tim tells his story with a mission in mind. He's inspired because he's regained his cherished memories, and the peace and happiness that had been lost because of his untreated and undiagnosed brain traumas. Think what this can mean to our returning vets, to the young student who took a spill while perfecting his skateboard moves, the biker, the individual who slipped on the ice or was in a car accident. Listen to Tim Krumrie for more. RELATED LINKS: CereScan || Frequently Asked Questions || CereScan Blog || TBI and Alzheimer's || Football University || News || KEYWORDS: Timothy Krumrie, Cincinnati Bengals, CereScan, John Kelley, diagnostic brain scanning/imagery, brain trauma, sports injuries, concussion LISTEN TO: Timothy Krumrie & John Kelley, CereScan
The Advantages of Coworking 1769_ 9/28/15 - Larry interviewed Charlie Johnson, CEO and co-founder of Thrive Workplace. Thrive understands that coworking should reflect the needs of entrepreneurs and small business owners and knows that long-term commitments and contracts are a little intimidating. That's why they operate on a month-to-month lease. They encourage flexibility in office space, and have designed our offices to be versatile and adjustable. Their tenants can redesign their space, incorporate custom furniture builds, and remove or add walls when necessary. Flexibility, Location, Community… RELATED LINKS: Thrive Workplace || Cherry Creek Location || Ballpark Location || KEYWORDS: Thrive Workplace, Charlie Johnson, Coworking, Entrepreneurs, Small Business Owners, Secure Mailing Address, Social Media Channels LISTEN TO: Charlie Johnson, Co Founder, Thrive Workplace
"Do or do not, there is no try" 1504_ 2/17/14 - Applications opened Feb. 12 - Deadline April 16, Program begins June 30 - Demo Day Late September and the anticipation is building!! Do you dream big? The Disney Accelerator will bring together an amazing community of entrepreneurs, creatives, mentors, investors, and technologists, all with a common trait: the ability to dream big, and a vision for making an impact on the world of entertainment and technology.
On November 14th, seven years ago, Techstars became official. The founders, David Cohen, Brad Feld, David Brown, and Jared Polis set out to help entrepreneurs with their mentorship-driven accelerator in Boulder, Colorado. It’s mind boggling to see its growth and impact across the world since the beginning. "At TechStars, we are 100% focused on changing the way startups are built by arming them with a massive interconnected network of amazing founders, mentors, and advisors. Building this network with high quality is our true north, and is why we exist. Today we are adding a very powerful new node to the TechStars network. We are thrilled to announce Disney Accelerator, powered by Techstars, and based in Los Angeles. Disney Accelerator combines the magic of The Walt Disney Company with the mentorship-driven accelerator model of Techstars to offer a unique advantage for technology startups in the media and entertainment space." Listen for more as David Cohen and Larry discuss the TechStar magic. RELATED LINKS: TechStars || TechStars Blog || Disney Accelerator || TechStars 7th Anniversary Video || w3w3 Blog || KEYWORDS: TechStars, David Cohen, Disney Accelerator, Brad Feld, David Brown, Jared Polis, Nicole Glaros, Boulder CO, Entertainment, Walt Disney Company, Technology Startups, bytes=6403033 LISTEN TO: David Cohen, Chairman, TechStars
w3w3® Talk Radio - When you need to get the word out [Three-part Mission (Listeners, Sponsors & Community)
1614_ 9/29/14 -
When you need to get your story out w3w3® is here...
1. To support local businesses. 2. To help grow a talented workforce, and 3. To reinforce a community attitude that is invigorating, exciting, entrepreneurial and invested in your success! w3w3® provides an on-demand menu of programs, materials and resources, 24/7. We are committed to support the efforts of our sponsors to be profitable and to serve as a vehicle to help get their
message out as well as keep their prospects informed about the sponsor's latest developments. Also, we actively support a full range of associations, public events and public sector organizations physically as well as offering access to a Web Community Calendar, portal pages and announcements about their activities. We are a virtual historical snapshot of the Colorado Technology and Business Community over the past 15 years and a fabulous resource to reference and learn about the people and events of this community.
Life. It’s about creating yourself
1598_ 9/2/14 -
Larry interviewed Mike Hamers founder of LightSpeed Commercial Arts. Mike said, "Everyone is invited to an Artists Reception night of The Fresh A.I.R.: Artists In Recovery group show Friday, Sept. 5th 2014 from 5:30 to 8:30pm at NCAR’s Community Gallery" (located on west Table Mesa Drive Lab overlooking Boulder). This exhibit features 76 works by 20 artists bearing the theme, Through Art, Visions and Dreams, the Light Comes Through. It’s free and viewable to the public 7-days-a-week until September 26th. The Fresh A.I.R.: Artists In Recovery Show is a series of community-outreach exhibits that’s part of a personal grassroots project by Michael of Niwot. The purpose is to promote, share and celebrate openly with participating artists by extending into the Boulder Community, the daily joy of recovery and flourishing beyond addiction. At its basis is the fresh perspective of adopting healthier attitudes and practices taken toward Life – our family and community, our art and careers – a renewed purpose and sense of freedom, spirituality and acceptance of a “higher power” positively influencing our lives. "Life isn’t about finding yourself. Life is about creating yourself." More at http://www.FreshAirShows.com
Lightspeed Commercial Arts ||
Mastering Change ||
KEYWORDS: Fresh Air Art Shows, Michael Hammers, Lightspeed Commercial Arts, NCAR’s Community
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Michael Hamers, LightSpeed Commercial Arts
Drives the Colorado economic climate forward 1517_ 3/17/14 - Larry asked for an overview of what CTA is doing. Since Erik Mitisek came on board (as CEO, Colorado Technology Association) last June, "Some of the core things we've done to really amplify CTA's impact is to take a look at public policy and government activity in the state of Colorado. To build a business climate that not only exemplifies the climate that we want to represent to those inside and outside the state - but for companies that are building businesses here in the tech sector - making it easier, more economical and more efficient for them to operate within the government. This year within our public policy strategy we've been really blessed with some great leadership to change that. So as we go into 2014 our public policy activity around advocacy for technology related issues has never been stronger. With a board of over 45 technology leaders that really exemplify the core tech leadership in the state - some of the best CIOs, CEOs and service providers that are leading the tech initiative, both in terms of size and scale, and some of the largest employers in the state are represented on our board. But also the innovation and kind of new technology economy with great entrepreneurs that are on our board as well. That board really exemplifies the excitement of Colorado." Erik said, "I think the new future of CTA is to deeply invest in workforce and talent pipeline, to make sure we are matching workers of tomorrow in Colorado both with relevancy and with consistency inside our core IT workforce." Listen for more... RELATED LINKS: Colorado Technology Assoc. || Entrepreneur Channel || w3w3 Blog || C-Level @ A Mile High || In the News || KEYWORDS: Colorado Technology Association, Erik Mitisek, C-Suite Executives, Technology solution providers, CTA, C-Level @ A Mile High, Networking Event, Economy, bytes=6523405 LISTEN TO: Erik Mitisek, CEO, Colorado Technology Association
Fusion of Tech Solutions, Service Businesses & C-Suite Execs 1507_ 3/1/14 - Are you ready, and set to go... if not you'd better hurry. In just days from now, Thursday, March 6, 2014 C-Level @ A Mile High will be held at Sports Authority Field, with over 1,000 executives, leaders and entrepreneurs already booked. And we are talking with Erik Mitisek, CEO with the Colorado Technology Association. He's here to give you an insightful view of this most dynamic event. C-Level @ A Mile High is an opportunity to meet C-suite decision makers and IT team leaders in Colorado - across industries who use technology to power their businesses. Add to this the Live Auction: CIOs/CFOs/CEOs from a variety of industries who are looking to purchase tech solutions in 2014 and of course, the Silent Auction: Trips, restaurants, experience packages (some will rock your world). this is CTA's quintessential event for the technology community here in Colorado. This event is in its 8th year and Erik said, "It's really the fusion of bringing together our core technology solution providers and service businesses in direct contact with our CIO's, and directors of technology, directors of IT and those leading the tech community. It's really a come together and the largest networking event in Colorado for the IT sector." RELATED LINKS: C-Level @ A Mile High || Colorado Technology Assoc. || Entrepreneur Channel || w3w3 Blog || KEYWORDS: CTA, C-Level @ A Mile High, Colorado Technology Association, Erik Mitisek, C-Suite Executives, Technology solution providers, C-Level Auction, networking event, bytes=2441198 LISTEN TO: Erik Mitisek, CEO, Colorado Technology Association
Technology and media and successful entrepreneurs 1575_ 6/30/14 - JB Holston has run a wide range of technology and media enterprises over the last two decades. He served as founding CEO for NewsGator (now Sitrion) from 2004 through 2012. We spoke to JB at the CTA Public Policy & Legislative Session Celebration where he updated us on his role at Sitrion and the exciting developments there. Next he slipped in a big piece of news for the entrepreneurial community in Colorado... Maybe you've heard of BEN Colorado, JB Holston is the executive director.
The Blackstone Charitable Foundation has selected the Silicon Flatirons Center for Law, Technology, and Entrepreneurship at the University of Colorado (founded by Phil Weiser, Dean of the Law School at CU) to host its first expansion of its innovative Blackstone Entrepreneurs Network. Through a gift of $4 million, the Blackstone Entrepreneurs Network in Colorado (BEN Colorado) will strengthen and grow the networks across the aerospace, bioscience, digital/technology, energy, and natural foods sectors. BEN Colorado will initially focus on the Boulder and Denver Metro Area regions. BEN Colorado will work with Master Entrepreneurs and Advisors to open up important networks of influence to a select number of companies on the verge of rapidly 'scaling up'. The goal is to extend, expand, and connect the networks of experience and expertise in and outside of Colorado. Be sure to listen to this interview and check out BEN Colorado.. RELATED LINKS: Sitrion || Colorado Technology AssociationBEN Colorado || Economy Builders || Mastering Change || KEYWORDS: JB Holston, Sitrion, NewsGator, BEN Colorado, Blackstone Entrepreneurs
Network, Entrepreneurs, Phil Weiser, University of Colorado Law School, Silicon Flatirons Center, bytes=4876228 LISTEN TO: JB Holston, Chairman Sitrion; Executive Director, BEN Colorado
LISTEN: Industry Briefing and High Tech Session Recap 1561_ 6/9/14 - We are at the CTA Industry Briefing & Legislative Session Celebration speaking with JB Holston, Chairman, Sitrion and Co-Chair of CTA's Public Policy Committee to talk about the legislative session and CTA's public policy efforts in general. JB said their committee got together about a year ago and decided to make some changes to effect better results from their efforts. They began by "...identifying the key issues we wanted to talk about well ahead of the next legislative session and the other thing was to start developing relationships with the legislators so that as the session started we could have conversations with folks that knew us, we'd gone to lunch with, had coffee with, talked about some of these issues informally with. That was a big change in the way CTA had been involved in the legislative process and I think it paid big dividends this year." The other speakers were: Erik Mitisek, CEO, CTA; Bill Mueldener, Principal, Hein & Associates; Annette Quintana, CEO, Istonish; Roberta Robinette, President-Colorado, AT&T; Sandra Solin, President and CEO, Capitol Solutions; Nissa Szabo, Industry Affairs Manager, CTA...Listen for more interesting details of this hugely successful public policy committee's work during this legislative session. RELATED LINKS: Sitrion || Colorado Technology Association || Event Photos Slide Show || Mastering Change || Software Channel || KEYWORDS: JB Holston, Sitrion, CTA, Industry Briefing & Legislative Session,
Public Policy Committee, Legislative Process, Erik Mitisek, Bill Mueldener, Bill Mueldener, Annette Quintana, Roberta Robinette,
Sandra Solin, Nissa Szabo, bytes=5765227 LISTEN TO: JB Holston, Chairman, Sitrion
Wendy Bohling, Boulder/Denver Moxie;
Chris Coughlin, Revenue North ;
Michael Fields, MSF Enterprises;
John Filwalk, Director, IDIA Lab, Ball State Univ.;
Louise Gunderson, Gamma 2 Robotics;
Ray Hutchins, TiE Rockies Charter Member;
Paul Jerde, Executive Director, Deming Center;
John Kelley, CereScan;
Kelly Manning, SBDC Network WildFire Relief;
Larry Nelson, Difficult People;
Larry Nelson, Disruptive Strategies for Business;
Larry Nelson, Check eMail Subject Line;
Leonard Nimoy, Space Foundation Award, American Actor, Poet, Photographer;
Melodie Reagan, Moxie Exchange Movement;
Tragedy in Aurora, Editorial Larry & Pat Nelson;
Phil Weiser & Brad Bernthal, Startup Colorado - Denver
Achieving Your Personal and Professional Goals
1486_ 1/13/14 - Don't Let Another Year Go By - The Ultimate Win is Yours! Larry Nelson has taught this material in seminars in over a dozen countries, from China to Canada, from Norway to Australia, from Germany to Japan as well as throughout the US. He shares the results of his international research about the Characteristics of an Achiever and then goes on to help you lay out your "personalized blueprint" for personal and professional success. Larry is an internationally published author, has been a consultant to many Fortune 1000 companies and is best known for his train-the-trainer programs and w3w3.com Talk Radio. Larry and Pat developed these materials 20 years ago and put them up on the web in July 2007. The ‘Ultimate Win’ link below takes you to a page that allows you to download and print the entire Resource Guide and listen to all the Audio Sections for FREE. This is our thanks to you…have a great year! RELATED LINKS: Ultimate Win || 3-Filters || Your Goal || Training Trends || Mastering Change || KEYWORDS: Ultimate Win, High-Tech, Goals, Training Trends, Business, Interviews, Photo Chronicles, Pat Nelson, Larry Nelson > Learn More LEARN MORE: Larry Nelson, Exec. Director, Institute for Change Research