Episode 1105 - Critical Mass Radio Show - May 15, 2018 Dr. Mira Farka

May 27, 2018

"Juiced Up, But Also More Fragile" is the headline for the 2018 Spring Economic Outlook and Forecast. Dr. Mira Farka will be on the radio show to provide her insights into what we can expect for the U.S. and Orange County economies.

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Episode 1104 - Critical Mass Radio Show - Ma 15, 2018 Tom McMakin

May 27, 2018

If you're a professional service provider or consultant, you understand the unknown challenges of sharing your skills and expertise with those who need them. Tom McMakin, author of How Clients Buy, offers a survival guide for every service professional with proven strategies.

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Episode 1103 - Critical Mass Radio Show - May 15, 2018 Jay Levin

May 27, 2018

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Real leaders are activist leaders--they activate conditions for transformational winning to occur for everyone across the spectrum. Jay Levin of WinThinking joins us with more on how he's helping high achievers achieve more of what they want while finding a balance between personal and professional success.

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Episode 1102 - Critical Mass Radio Show - May 8, 2019 Randy Platt and Rodney Burris

May 9, 2018

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For Care Partners at Home, each day is an opportunity to deliver compassion, empathy and love. Randy Platt and Rodney Burris, two healthcare leaders, channeled their personal stories of caregiving and love into a completely different approach.

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Episode 1101 - Critical Mass Radio Show - May 8, 2018 Shirley Wiliani

May 9, 2018

When it comes to getting reliable information about your business or gaining valuable insight about your company's financial health, you want the best and only the best. A La Carte Solutions helps you profit from experience by offering custom-tailored accounting teams for your firms. Shirley Wiliani joins us to discuss more.

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Episode 1100 - Critical Mass Radio Show - May 1, 2018 Chris Dyer

May 3, 2018

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Culture is the foundation for success in any organization, so it's no surprise that companies with the strongest cultures earn top rankins on several lists including "best places to work." Chris Dyer is here to discuss his book The Power of Company Culture and the impact of culture on a firm's overall success.

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Episode 1099 - Critical Mass Radio Show - May 1, 2018 Don Schoendorfer

May 3, 2018

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70 million people in the world are in need of a wheelchair but cannot afford one. Free Wheelchair Mission is a nonprofit organization that provides wheelchairs at no cost to people in developing nations. President and CEO Don Schoendorfer joined us to discuss how the organization is transforming lives through the gift of mobility. 

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Episode 1098 - Critical Mass Radio Show - May 1, 2018 Michael Ashley

May 3, 2018

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Michael Ashley and his team at INK Wordsmiths help aspiring novelists and authors to monetize their passion with guidance, utilizing past experiences to offer personalized coaching. He joined us to discuss his firm and the importance of outlining and getting your ideas on the page.

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Episode 1097 - Critical Mass Radio Show - May 1, 2018 Peter Brennan

May 3, 2018

Whether it be an email, blog or article, everyone ends up doing some sort of writing in their work field. If you're looking to improve your writing in an easy way, Peter Brennan is here to help. In his latest book How to Write at Workhe breaks it all down into a checklist with professional tips.

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Episode 1096 - Critical Mass Radio Show - April 24, 2018 Bill Carpou

April 26, 2018

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OCTANe is building the SoCal of tomorrow by connecting people, resources, and capital to drive technology industry growth and new jobs into Orange County. President & CEO Bill Carpou joined us to discuss the company's vision and more.

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Episode 1095 - Critical Mass Radio Show - April 24, 2018 Scott Trotter

April 26, 2018

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Every ten seconds, a child is abused. To raise awareness for Child Abuse Prevention Month, we are shining a spotlight on the Child Abuse Prevention Center, an organization that directly serves at-risk children and families in crisis and works to break the generational cycle of abuse. Executive Director Scott Trotter joined us to share more about the foundation and its work.

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Episode 1094 - Critical Mass Radio Show - April 17, 2018 Chevonna Gaylor

April 17, 2018

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Author Chevonna Gaylor joins us to provide insight related to her work as a mental health expert, as well as to discuss her latest book The Emerging Healer, in which she models the process of exploring one's own personal story to support growth as a healer. 

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Episode 1093 - Critical Mass Radio Show - April 17, 2018 Erik Kerr

April 17, 2018

The concept of creativity can be seen everywhere from business to personal life, and is often the quickest way to get your own colors shown to the public with the utmost attention. Erik Kerr from The Draw Shop joins us to discuss how The Draw Shop is bringing marketing and sales to life.

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Episode 1092 - Critical Mass Radio Show - April 17, 2018 Mae Lon Ding

April 17, 2018

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A rapid rise in state and city minimum wage combined with low unemployment is creating a compensation ticking time bomb for many firm leaders. President of Personnel Systems Associates Mae Lon Ding joins us to discuss two new laws affecting compensation in California.

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Episode 1091 - Critical Mass Radio Show - April 10, 2018 Susan Shelley

April 10, 2018

Susan Shelley is a columnist for the Southern California News Group, a published author and former candidate for the California State Assembly. During our interview we will be covering a wide range of topics including the importance of local newspaper reporting to the business community.

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