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DECEMBER 2010

Eric Alexander, Author, the SUMMIT 12/27/10
Stowe Boyd,Furutrist & Keynote @ Defrag Con 12/13/10
Brian Cheek,YoLink by TigerLogic - Search = Content 12/20/10
Yaacov Cohen, Social & Collaborative Email @ Defrag Con 12/6/10
Karl Dakin, CIO Colorado 12/13/10
Barry Hamilton, Red Canyon Software - Winner CCTW 2010 12/13/10
JBHolston, Newsgator - We're in this 'hot spot' 12/20/10
MarkLogic, Eric Bloch & Colleen Whitney, Sorting out the data overload 12/6/10
Steve Orenstein, Connect 2 Field 12/27/10
Amanda Steinberg, DailyWorth.com & Soapbxx - NCWIT Hero 12/13/10
Dennis Whittle, Global Giving, Social Entrepreneurs 12/6/10
Trent Yang & MaryBeth Vellequette, CU TTO on RASEI 12/6/10


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Steve Orenstein, Connect 2 Field, 
        at DefragCon 2010 The biggest thing is, never stop learning
enclosure-voice 944_ 12/27/10- Larry is speaking with Steve Orenstein, a keynote speaker here at the DefragCon 2010. Steve is here from Sydney, Australia, a fun and favorite stomping ground for the Nelson's when we were living in Australia. Besides speaking here at the conference, Steve's company Connect 2 Field has a booth and we've asked him to tell us about his business.S.O.: "Connect 2 Field is an application we provide to service businesses, and the whole idea is to build the application to simplify the running of the service business. So we provide our client with a customer data base to manage their customer orders and dispatching the work out to the guys in the field. In the field, they receive the information on their iPhone or Androids and those types of devices." While Steve is based out of Sydney, Australia, they have an office in London and do a lot of business here in the U.S. Most of Steve's clients are outside of Australia, S.O."... but it doesn't matter where we are, we talk to our customers using VoIP technology and software like Go-to-Meeting, so we can see what's on their screen and they can see our presentations." Larry asked Steve what he thought were the toughest challenges facing medium sized businesses today. He replied, "I think, for any company it is keeping up with the changing technology, and there is so much happening. There are a lot of things, if you're able to adapt to them, you can use to improve the way that your business operates and streamline, getting rid of inefficiencies, a part of every business. Larry asked, "In closing, Steve, what would you like to recommend to our audience? Steve's timely advice was, "That is a great question. I think the biggest thing is, never stop learning. The people that keep on adapting to new technology and keep on learning are the people that are going to be successful." ...listen, there's more...
Related Links: Connect 2 Field || Defrag Conference || Defrag Agenda || Entrepreneurs || Keywords: Steve Orenstein, Connect 2 Field, DefragCon 2010, Software, Accounting App, VoIP technology, Go-to-Meeting, iPhone, Androids, Sydney, Australia 12/27/10 Chnl: Software bytes=3348587 LISTEN to Steve Orenstein, Connect2Field at DefragCon 2010

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Providing visitors with the ability to find information
Brian Cheek, Director, Business Development, 
        TigerLogic enclosure-voice 942_ 12/20/10- We're talking with Brian Cheek, Director for Business Development for TigerLogic at the DefragCon 2010 conference. Brian explained, "TigerLogic has a family of database products and an application development tool as well. Over the past seven or eight years they have been leveraging their intellectual property into new and exciting technology. Two-and-a-half years ago they introduced YoLink to the market. The yolink technology really provides the ability to mine behind links. The result is visitors to web sites, or users of applications get content and context delivered to them vs. a result set of links. So research has always been the infamous ten blue links. We take search to the next level. So there is a revolutionary step on insert to where we deliver a much more enhanced search experience to a website or to an application. That means a visitor is probably going to stay on your site for a greater period of time, they're going to be happier. That can parlay into all sorts of things like in customer support or customer retention, and less calls to the support desk. So it's really an enhanced search experience where we are delivering information to the consumer vs. a list of links that they then have to try to navigate through." He went on, "The technology is available in a few different platforms. It is offered as a free browser add-on, so as a consumer you can download yo into your browser and utilize it wherever you go. So it's an application that fits in your browser, it's a personal application and you can apply it to all different types of websites and content that you're searching. An application programmer or website owner can, access our API, which is our cloud based service, and with a few lines of code make their website come alive with this rich content. It's very easy to implement and we're not asking you to change anything that you already have on your website. So if you have Google Site Search already we layer yolink right on top of it. If you're on Joomla or WordPress, we can layer the technology on all of these existing indexes, it's not a replacement, it's really an enhancement, and you're really providing the site visitor with the ability to really find information." ...listen, there's more...
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Solving engineering problems facing humankind
Barry Hamilton, Founder & CEO, Red Canyon Software, 
        CCTW 2010 Winner enclosure-voice 940_ 12/13/10- Started in February of 2000, since that time, Red Canyon Software has grown from 0 employees and $0 in revenue to approximately $4.2 million in revenue with 45 employees as of 12/31/2009. Larry interviewed CEO and founder Barry Hamilton and a winner of the Colorado 50 Companies to Watch, 2010 at their extraordinary office. Red Canyon Software is an aerospace technology company focusing on satellite flight and ground software. Their name derives from the red canyons on Mars to which they have been sending satellites to since 1997 as well as the red canyons in the foothills of Colorado where they started. Red Canyon Engineering & Software develops cutting-edge technology to help humankind explore space, other planets, and renewable resources on Earth. Their clients include government agencies such as NASA, the U.S. Air Force, NOAA, and the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) in addition to prime contractors such as Lockheed Martin, Boeing, Ball Aerospace, Northrop Grumman, and Raytheon. They are proud to be involved with important missions ranging from searching for water on Mars, to analyzing the composition of distant comets, and building the next human spacecraft that will take us to the moon and Mars. Barry pointed out, " We focus on solving some of the most influential and beneficial engineering problems facing humankind. We focus on exploring space, helping explore both robotically as well as human exploration. Some of the programs we're working on include Orion which is replacing the space shuttle, with Lockheed Martin. Juneau which is the next Jupiter mission launching next summer. That's also a Lockheed mission. In the past we've helped Ball Aerospace with the Deep Impact Mission, which impacted the comet." Barry is president of the Entrepreneurs Organization, which is a 7,000 member organization, worldwide, which has 110 members here in Colorado, ...listen, there's more...
Related Links: Red Canyon Software || Entrepreneurs Organization || Colorado Companies to Watch Home || CCTW Channel || In the News || CCTW Event || CCTW Gala Celebration || Keywords: Barry Hamilton, Red Canyon Software, CCTW, Colorado 50 Companies to Watch, Orion, Space Shuttle, Lockheed Martin, Ball Aerospace, Entrepreneurs Organization 12/13/10 Bytes:6346190 LISTEN to Barry Hamilton, Founder & CEO, Red Canyon Software

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Overcoming small business challenges
Karl Dakin, Council Member, CIO Colorado enclosure-voice 938_ 12/13/10- We're here with Karl Dakin, Council Member, CIO Colorado, a brand new group of small business owners who have come together to act as advocates for all small businesses across Colorado. Karl stated, "The basic purpose is to try to get the economic development activities of the state doing something productive and positive for the small business community. Our primary goal is to come up with a list of new activities that would be conducted here in the state of Colorado. A list of ten recommendations that we will give to governor-elect Hickenlooper and to the Colorado legislature before the session convenes on Jan. 12th." Larry asked, "Why is the forum of economic development necessary here in Colorado?" Karl replied, "Well we're in the middle of a recession, 85% of the people in Colorado agree that the economy is not where we need to be and small businesses in Colorado, historically, have been the primary source of new jobs. To come out of the recession we need new jobs, since the biggest and best source to do that is small businesses, then we should be focusing on how to start and grow new businesses in the state." Here is their focus... "Any number of things, they typically fall in one of three groups. 1.) More resources for small businesses. 2.) Less burden from the government upon small businesses. 3.) Attacking core issues in Colorado which primarily take the form of spending more money than you have. The initial objective of the CIO Colorado initiative is to create an initial 'crowd-sourcing' activity to capture the best ideas for Economic Reform from the citizens of Colorado using a web-based idea submission process. We are creating a list that includes making more capital available to small businesses; making higher education more accessible to small businesses; reducing regulations and tax burdens." Listen for more details...
Related Links: CIO Colorado || DaVinci Quest || Pushing Water Uphill || PodCasting Directory || Keywords: Karl Dakin, CIO Colorado, Entrepreneurs, Economic Development, Crowd-Sourcing, Taxes, Small Businesses 12/13/10 Bytes: 4911023 LISTEN to Karl Dakin, Council Member, CIO Colorado

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Focus areas: Research, education and leadership
MaryBeth Vellequette, Technology Transfer Office at University of Coloradoenclosure-voice 936_ 12/6/10- We're at the CU Tech Transfer Office talking with Trent Yang, Direct of Entrepreneurship and Business Development, Renewable and Sustainable Energy Institute (RASEI)Trent Yang, Director of Entrepreneurship and Business Dev., Renewable and Sustainable Energy Institute (RASEI) and MaryBeth Vellequette, Licensing Associate, Technology Transfer Office. To set the stage, Larry referred to a statement by Interim Provost Stein Sture... "With this initiative, CU is fostering an invaluable working relationship with an important partner, and opening opportunities for CU researchers to collaborate with Stanford, MIT, University of California at Berkley and other major institutions focusing on the development of new solutions." Trent went onto explain RASEI. "RASEI started about 1 1/2 years ago as a joint research collaboration between the University of Colorado at Boulder and the National Renewable Energy Laboratory, NREL in Golden. The purpose of the institute is to bring together all of the cleantech and renewable energy research that is occurring on campus and marry it with the collaborative efforts going on at NREL and really make a world-class research institute here in Colorado in Boulder." MaryBeth's focus, since being with TTO, is primarily on chemistry and chemical engineering. A lot of the technologies coming out are clean tech, renewable and sustainable energy. Naturally MaryBeth sort of dovetails into Trent's world when it comes to RASEI and some of the programs that they have going for developing those kinds of technologies. RASEI has three focus areas, one is in research, an education program focused on fostering next generation energy leaders here on campus through the energy certificate program. They also working with industry leaders like Toyota, ConcoPhillips, Excel, etc., who understand what the market needs are. MAP is part of our commercialization effort. It stands for Market Assessment Program, something developed at RASEI in conjunction with the Tech Transfer Office. The goal is to bring an early market analysis and focus to the research that we're doing so that we can most efficiently understand how to take our technologies into the market place. Listen for the challenges and opportunities...
Related Links: RASEI Home || CU TTO || NREL || CU TTO Blog || CU TTO Channel || Keywords: Trent Yang, MaryBeth Vellequette, RASEI, CU Tech Transfer Office, NREL, Stein Sture, Renewable and Sustainable Energy Institute, Stanford, MIT, University of California at Berkley, Toyota, ConocoPhillips, Excel 12/6/10 bytes=5868672 Chnl: CU TTO
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Talking about information overload and data deluge
Eric Bloch, Mark Logic at Defrag Con 
            2010 enclosure-voice 934_ 12/6/10- Even here at the conference you hear people talking about information overload or data deluge. w3w3.com is here at the DefragCon 2010 being held at the beautiful Omni Hotel in Broomfield, Colorado and what a conference it is. We've corralled a couple of folks from MarkLogic. If you're dealing with huge data loads that need sorting and mashing, these are the people you Colleen Whitney, Mark Logic at DefragCon 2010need to talk to. We are talking with Eric Bloch and Colleen Whitney we asked what were the challenges being faced, whether a techie or not when it comes to data. Eric said, "If you're running any kind of a business you're getting a lot of information from all sorts of sources including internal processes to external processes. It's the information you get from your customers, and some of the challenges around that are dealing with it in a way to actually make some sense of it being able to capture it all, to make decisions or analysis, all the processes, the tools and technology used are some of the challenges that we hear and some of the reasons ultimately that people start to talk to us. Relational databases have been used traditionally for the past 20+ years to manage and store data and it requires you know up front what the rows and columns are going to look like, you can't change mid stream. So if you are a business with a large volume of documents, what you have is a lot of data that are not structured in a way that relational databases are structured. If you have lots of different data that you want to search across together, you don't have to have separate databases for different document structures. It is a very powerful technology." Listen for more details...
Related Links: MarkLogic || Defrag Conference || Defrag Agenda || PodCast Directory || Keywords: Eric Bloch, Colleen Whitney, MarkLogic, Defrag Conference, Database, Relational Databases, Powerful Technology, Information Overload 12/6/10 Chnl: Software bytes=3642726 LISTEN to Eric Bloch and Colleen Whitney, Mark Logic at DefragCon 2010

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Eric Alexander, Author, the SUMMIT: Faith Beyond EVERST'S Death Zone" The entrepreneur and the challenges
enclosure-voice 945_ 12/27/10- Over the years w3w3® has had the honor and privilege of interviewing a number of best selling authors, Guy Kawasaki, Leonard Nimoy, Jack Uldrich, Curt Coffman, David Cohen & Brad Feld, just to name a few of people who are coming from firsthand experience. Now we are interviewing Eric Alexander and he has a very interesting background. Not only has he climbed Mt. Everest (the highest mountain in the world at 29,535 feet) a number of times, he's also climbed major peaks on six different continents. He's recently written a book, "the SUMMIT, Faith Beyond EVEREST'S Death Zone". This is about his ascent with, Erik Weihenmayer, the first, and still only, blind person that ever summated Everest. On May 25th, 2001 Eric defied the odds and scaled Mt. Everest guiding his blind- friend Erik Weihenmayer to its lofty 29,035' summit. In 2002 the pair traveled to Russia and climbed Mt. Elbrus at 18,500 ft, and again found success on Mt. Kosciusko, Australia –– two more of the seven summits (the highest points on each of the seven continents) notably the pair skied from the top of each of these latter two – making this the first-ever blind ski descents.) Eric relates his experience to the world of the entrepreneur. For the past eight years, Eric has been traveling around the world and giving presentations to businesses, corporations, school and church groups, and the reason he's been doing that is he believes there is an important message for just about everyone. We all face challenges and we all have 'Everest' whether you're an entrepreneur, whether you're a successful person in business that can apply it to family life. Climbing Mt. Everest was a goal Eric set for himself at a very young age, one that he thought he wouldn't accomplish just due to the fact that it is so far away and so expensive. He just kind of held on to that goal, not pushing for it, but thinking maybe someday...until he met his friend Erik who is blind. And believe it or not, it was the blind man who had the vision to put this thing together. There's much more, listen now...
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Those boundaries are completely gone in 2011
J B Holston, Founder and CEO, Newsgator enclosure-voice 943_ 12/20/10- We're talking with JB Holston, founder and CEO of Newsgator, at the DefragCon 2010 conference in Broomfield, Colorado. Recently, Newsgator has been in the news a lot, and everything is looking rosy, a good time to ask for an update. JB said, "Yes, well we're in this hot space, this category called anything from Enterprise 2.0, web 2.0 for the organization, to social business. Gartner Research came out with reports for the last three weeks saying 'An imperative for 2011 for IT is Social Business'. So that's been great, it creates a lot of PR without us having to do a whole lot." Larry asked, "Over the years, you have, and continue to deal with so many different businesses, what do you think some of the challenges are, above and beyond the economic times?" "Right. I really think to some extent it depends on the sector you're in. If you're in the technology space, finding and retaining great employees is harder than it's ever been. I think generally, organizations are trying to figure out how to keep up. Fundamentally that's the issue. As a lot of the speakers here were talking, you know, the world is a small place. We're not competing with the really great innovator in Boulder; we’re competing with someone in China." Larry comments, "I'm thinking back to interviews we've done and things that you've said, even though you're a technical business, it really revolves around the people." JB replies, "Yes, that's central to what we do. In fact, the way we talk about it is collaboration. There's a lot of software around collaboration. The definition has changed, collaboration now is considered to be all about connecting people. So the center of design today for collaboration is around the individual. It's not around some artifact. You and I need to connect in real time with a really good network. The network may be in a document, a blog or who knows what the content type is. It sounds fairly obvious, business was always about people." There's much more, listen now...
Related Links: NewsGator || Gartner Research || Defrag Conference || Defrag Agenda || PodCasting Directory || Keywords: JB Holston, NewsGator, Gartner Research, DefragCon 2010, Software, Collaboration, Network, Fundamentally Social 12/20/10 Chnl: Software bytes=4692744 LISTEN to JB Holston, Newsgator

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Following a career path of politics lead to High-tech
Amanda Steinberg, CEO, 
        Soapbxx and CEO, DailyWorth.com enclosure-voice 941_ 12/13/10- Today she is the mother of two children under four and runs two companies. Lee Kennedy, Founder, Bolder Search and board member for the National Center for Women and Information Technology or NCWIT along with Larry Nelson, Director of w3w3® Media Network spoke with Amanda Steinberg, CEO and co-founder of Soapbxx & Dailyworth. Amanda started with an overview of her two companies. Soapbxx is a website consultancy most specifically focused on online fundraising and marketing strategies for non-profit organizations." DailyWorth.com is a long time dream coming to fruition for Amanda. "DailyWorth is very simple actually; it's a free daily email that teaches women about basic finance. We currently serve 50,000 members and it is growing quite rapidly." When asked about how she got interested in Technology, Amanda talked about her mother who in 1964 was probably the only woman in her class majoring in math and computer science. While most four year olds were doing arts and crafts, Amanda's mother plunked her down in front of a computer. Later, Amanda was actually following a career path of politics. In college she got an administrative position where she graduated into doing VB scripting for databases and just fell in love with technology and realized her brain actually works like this and decided this would be her career. Larry said, "Lucy Sanders likes us to ask this question. "Why are you an entrepreneur?" "Ahh, how could I not be an entrepreneur?" Because she's able to generate business and because she does have certain leadership attributes, she has to be an entrepreneur, it's just not a choice for her. There's much more, listen now...
Related Links: DailyWorth || NCWIT Home || NCWIT Practice || NCWIT Blog || Heroes Channel || Keywords: Amanda Steinberg, DailyWorth.com, Soapbxx, National Center for Women and Information Technology, NCWIT, Lee Kennedy, Bolder Search, ACLU, Entrepreneurs, Technology - 12/13/10 Bytes: 15575983 LISTEN to Amanda Steinberg, CEO, Soapbxx and CEO DailyWorth.com

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Finding the newest and coolest IT toys
Stowe Boyd, Social Network Behavior Expertenclosure-voice 939_ 12/13/10- Larry sat down with Stowe Boyd, Keynote Speaker at the DefragCon 2010 conference, and discussed the future of the Internet. Stowe spends a lot of his time researching what's going on in the social web, he's been doing that for the last ten years. Part of that is working with innovative startups or more well established technology companies that are trying to build the social tools we're talking about. Larry said, "that's why they call you a futurist, and the other title on your twitter is cool hunter"? Stowe replied, "That's the guy finding the newest, coolest toys, but mostly the newest and coolest ideas or innovative technologies. In my presentation I talked about 'Social Cognition'. This is about the way we, as individuals, in fact turn out to be social at our very core. So the way that we make sense of the world, the way that we perceive the world, the judgments we make, the values that we come to hold and ultimately the behaviors that we take on is very strongly correlated to the ways in which we socialize. So that increasingly we are aware that even our thoughts are not our own. We are thinking the things that the networks around us are thinking about. They impinge on us, it's almost like gravity. So we're not totally the masters of our destiny and sometimes that's good and sometimes it's questionable." Stowe mentioned another study, and granted our audience is adult (but we have children and grandchildren) Larry asked him to share that with us. "Well there was a study recently done at Lock Haven University. The professor created a study of students using two groups, one a control group, and a second. He required that they use Twitter on a regular basis, every single day. The interesting thing was in this group the average increase in grade point average went up a half point in a 4.0 system, on the average in the class. So the question becomes what is the cause of that?" ...listen for more...
Related Links: Stowe Boyd Blog || Defrag Conference || Defrag Agenda || Defrag Conference Photos || Find It All || Keywords: Stowe Boyd, Futurist, Defrag Conference, Future of the Internet, Social Web, Social Cognition, Lock Haven University, > 12/13/10 Bytes: 9541906 LISTEN to Stowe Boyd, Social Network Behavior Expert

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Dennis Whittle, CEO and Founder, 
      Global Giving Enable everyone in the world with an idea
enclosure-voice 937_ 12/6/10- The mission for GlobalGiving.org is 'Unleash the potential of people around the world to make positive change happen.' Larry had a discussion with Dennis Whittle, CEO & Co-Founder, Global Giving and asked Dennis if he could expand on the mission statement. "We believe that anyone in the world with a good idea for making their community a better place should be able to have that idea heard and possibly supported. It doesn't mean it will be supported but they should have that idea heard. On the other side we believe that anyone in the world with talent or resources should be able to reach out and directly connect with the people with ideas and help make those ideas a reality." Dennis is a keynote speaker at some 'Social Entrepreneurship' events in Colorado. Larry asked for an example of why people work through and give through Global Giving. "I think more and more, people are looking for a direct connection, transparency and efficiency, speed. It used to be if you wanted to contribute to big causes in the world, you sent money through the mail. Then maybe, you'd get a brochure at the end of the year, telling you in general terms, what an organization had done. Global Giving allows you to go online, choose an organization with a cause that you're interested in, in a country or community you're interested in, see exactly what your $10, $100 or $1000 can do. And then get directly connected with them, get feedback and updates quarterly, you can email them if you want, you can visit them if you want. You can tell your friends about the organization you think is doing good work. So it's really a platform that enables direct connection in real time where you can see a real impact." We're looking forward to your keynote addresses for ACG Denver, University of Denver, University of Colorado at Boulder and a number of other universities around the state. There's much more, listen now...
Related Links: GlobalGiving || Social Entrepreneurship Channel || Daniels College of Business, DU || Capital Investment Management || Social Entrepreneurship Breakfast || ACG: Business/Social Enterprise: Dennis Whittle || Keywords: Dennis Whittle, Global Giving, Social Entrepreneurship, Daniels College of Business, DU, CIMCO, 12/6/10 Chnl: SocEntrp bytes=4691594
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Yaacov Cohen, CEO & Pres., Mainsoft - Harmon.ie at Defrag Con 2010 Social and collaborative tools within email
enclosure-voice 935_ 12/6/10- At DefragCon 2010 Larry Nelson sat down with Yaacov Cohen, Co-Founder and CEO of Mainsoft (harmon.ie). Yaacov is a collaboration visionary, he believes in keeping it human. Technology needs to enhance our human interactions, not consume them. Yaacov and his team have eloquently combined human interaction and technology with harmon.ie, which transforms email into a collaboration console. Larry asked, "This Social Email has a whole new meaning, or is it an old meaning?" Yaacov replied, "Yes, it's very interesting we all love email and we also hate email. Facebook announced the social inbox, bringing email into the social platform of Facebook. It is very interesting and what we are doing with Harmon.ie is bringing the social platform to email. We are working with enterprise to bring the social platform to email. A year ago no one would believe this. Everyone thought email was dead, with texting, blogging and tweeting. But letters are formal and have been around since the beginning of time. Sometimes we will be using stamps and mail, but most of the time we will be using email. Mainsoft is working with enterprises to be more collaborative and social. Actually email is an important component which needs to evolve. So the question is not so much how email will die, but how it will evolve and change in order to adapt to this new world of social interaction. Most of the software companies are geeks developing software for geeks. We focus on the business user and we want to make this business user more collaborative, more social, working together for a common goal within the enterprise. The right way to do that..." He goes onto talking about how Facebook is talking about aggregating vertical ways of communication and interaction...listen for more...
Related Links: harmon.ie by Mainsoft || Defrag Conference || Defrag Agenda || Find It All || Keywords: Yaacov Cohen, Mainsoft, harmon.ie, DefragCon 2010, Social Email, Social Interaction, Facebook, Google, Geeks, Social Networks, Mobile Devices > 12/6/10 bytes=5701593 Chnl: Software
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Achieving Your Personal and Professional Goals
Dynamite Package to Start New Year With 933_ 11/29/10- 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 USA. 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" to 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. ...listen now a complete step-by-step program including a downloadable manual and resource guide...this is an in-depth strategic planning and goal setting system for achievers...Read More about how to Supercharge Your Business... The links below are valuable and extremely helpful to setting your course for the next year! And they're free. Related Links: Ultimate Win Resources || Training Trends || 3-Filters Technology™ || Podcasting Directory || Your Goal || Keywords: Ultimate Win, Your Goal, Training Trends, 3-Filters TechnologyTM, Setting Goals, Larry Nelson; 11/29/10 Chnl: Entrepreneurs

Podcasting for On-Demand Anytime Listening
Podcast Directory for w3w3.com Media Network930_ 11/29/10- For speed and efficiency, the w3w3® Podcast Directory has one overall INDEX our Home Page and is also broken up by month. ARCHIVES - All Interviews for Each Year Follow the Year Links: 2010 Index || 2009 || 2008 || 2007 || 2006 ||...one click will take you there for anytime listening...
Related Links: Podcast Directory || It's the Law || NCWIT Heroes || Blog || Find It || Keywords: Podcast Directory, Blog, It's the Law, NCWIT Heroes, On-Demand, Anytime Listening 11/29/10 Chnl: Entrepreneurs

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