J.R.’s Zaphne Blog News for 10-11-2018

Short Story Long #121 – COMPASSIONATE CAPITALISM I David Meltzer

David Meltzer Short Story Long podcast

David Meltzer grew up in Akron, Ohio and promised himself as a child that his dream was to get rich and take away his mother’s financial worries. Thanks to AJ & Johnny for having me on and go check out their podcast below!The …. Paul George, one of the most talented NBA players in the world grew up in Palmdale, CA loving to fish and play basketball. He has an amazing story that shows his ambition & relentlessness to perfect his craft by learning from cobblers and putting his …. Michael Chernow grew up in New York & experienced a lot when he was young. 

The goal of this episode was to dive deep into his story & give a side of Gar …. This week I sat down with Dee Murthy of Menlo House, Chris Ngo of the Leverage & Miki Guerra from Mag Park to discuss the state of apparel and fashion live at Agenda in Long Beach. He’s the head of World Financial Group, which is a multi-million dollar financial organization, host of the Ed Mylett Show podcast & is a peak performance expert who helps people perform at their highest level. Find out how he became so su …. Eddie Huang who you may know from shows like Huang’s World on Viceland, author of Fresh Off the Boat: A Memoir & owner of BaoHaus NYC & LA has an incredible story. 

Tamara provides an amazing story as well as actionable advice that eve …. Maurice Clarett grew up in Youngstown, Ohio, an All-American football player, Ohio State’s best talent of all time but unfortunately a string of bad events led him to decisions that cost him his career and ending up in prison. Find out what it took to build, sell and …. Jason Treu is an executive coach, author, public speaker & entrepreneur who specializes to help increase performance in your work space by diving into your life story & finding what may be holding you back. List …. 

Brian Toll, hospitality expert and co-founder of H.Wood Group, shares his story of local LA promoter to creating a $35 million dollar nightclub and restaurant business. He’s an extremely funny/awesome dude who does a great job at telling his story. Pia focused on branding as her husband handled desi …. Courtney and Carter Reum grew up in Chicago with some great childhood stories like sitting courtside watching Michael Jordan and being on OPRAH. After college they both worked at Goldman Sachs eventually leaving to start their spirits company VEEV. 

Currently the founders of M13, Courtney and Carter help entrepreneurs grow their businesses provi …. Wiz Khalifa was born into a military family constantly moving around but eventually settling in Pittsburgh, PA. Wiz always had the dream of becoming a successful artist which he did so by following his vision while bringing a new style and sound to hip-hop. This is a podcast you don’t wan …. A.J. 

Jacobs is an author/journalist who grew up in New York City with an amazing story that carries over to the books he’s written. 

Keywords: [“grew”,”life”,”business”]
Source: https://player.fm/series/series-2409506/ep-121-compassionate-capitalism-david-meltzer

TBJA 368 Compassionate Capitalism: A Journey To The Soul Of Business, Blaine Bartlett

Business has the power to change reality on this planet. Blaine Bartlett shares how compassionate capitalism is the only way to truly profit in business. Listen to this episode for a journey to the soul of business. Blaine Bartlett is CEO and President of Avatar Resources, a global consulting firm he founded in 1987. He has coached and consulted worldwide with executives, companies, and governments and has personally delivered training programs to more than a quarter of a million individuals and has directly impacted more than one million people. 

Blaine is an Adjunct Professor at Beijing University, the Founder of the Institute for Compassionate Capitalism and a member of the Transformational Leadership Council since 2008. He sits on the Board of Directors of the Unstoppable Foundation and the World Business Academy and is a member of the Advisory Boards of the All Japan Management Coaching Association and the Asia Coaching and Mentoring Association. In 2012, Blaine was formally invested as a Knight of the Sovereign Order of St. John of Jerusalem Knights of Malta, the world’s oldest humanitarian organization. Blaine is the author of the #1 international best-seller Compassionate Capitalism: A Journey to the Soul of Business, co-author of Discover Your Inner Strength written in collaboration with Stephen Covey, Ken Blanchard and Brian Tracy, and is the author of Three Dimensional Coaching which was published in 2013 and translated into Chinese and Japanese in 2015. 

You can find more about Blaine at his company website avatar-resources.com, his personal website blainebartlett.com, or by reading his blog at idealsinmotion.com. If the relationships are working well the business is going to be successful. Blaine was helping a Japanese client’s client to do a workshop in Japan. 

Keywords: [“Business”,”Blaine”,”more”]
Source: https://thebrandjournalismadvantage.com/tbja-368-compassionate-capitalism-a-journey-to-the-soul-of-business-blaine-bartlett/

A Journey to The Soul of Business: Compassionate Capitalism Friday, December 2, 2016

Blaine Bartlett says this has wrung the soul out of business and enterprise, and the people involved. The world is waking up to the role of business as the most dominant and pervasive agent of change today. Join Cheryl Esposito & Blaine Bartlett on the journey to the soul of business: Compassionate Capitalism. 

Keywords: [“business”,”Blaine”,”soul”]
Source: https://www.voiceamerica.com/episode/96031/a-journey-to-the-soul-of-business-compassionate-capitalism

J.R.’s Zaphne Blog News for 02-08-2018

Asked to describe capitalism, people view it as “Selfish”, “Greedy” and “Corrupt”. Free markets and a liberal economic order continue to be the best ways to cut extreme poverty, to reduce inequality and to make the world richer, healthier, better educated and more equal. In Scotland, the number of young people in private rented accommodation has trebled over the past 20 years. We now live in a world in which whole sectors of the job market may disappear in the time it takes to educate a child from primary to secondary school. To help young people negotiate this new landscape, smart governments will respond by doing more to advance technical education to give young people the adaptive skills, particularly in service jobs, that will help them earn a living in a newly automated world. With the right policies, we can show in 2018 how free markets and the state are not in conflict, but can work in tandem to improve our quality of life. The role of the state must be as an enabler: giving people the opportunities they would otherwise not have-to buy a home, or to learn skills-if we left it to market forces. We must not lose faith in the power of free enterprise and a free society. We should acknowledge that the market can fail, seek out those areas where it is not working, and use government to shift the balance back in favour of the marginalised. Free markets have delivered peace and prosperity to billions.

Keywords: [“market”,”people”,”world”]
Source: http://www.theworldin.com/edition/2018/article/14400/remaking-compassionate-capitalism

Amazon.com: Compassionate Capitalism: A Journey to the Soul of Business eBook: Blaine Bartlett, David Meltzer: Kindle Store

About the Author Blaine Bartlett is a thought leader, author, professor, and keynote speaker. He is CEO of Avatar Resources, a consulting firm with a global presence that he founded in 1987. Over a career spanning almost four decades he has had the opportunity to impact nearly a million individuals and has observed firsthand what business has done as well as recognizing what it is capable of providing. Blaine works internationally and regularly speaks to businesses, universities and global conferences on the future of business and leadership. Through his work and life he embodies the position that the future of business is making the future its business. David Meltzer is currently the CEO at Sports 1 Marketing, a global marketing agency he co-founded with Hall of Fame Quarterback Warren Moon. Sports 1 Marketing leverages over $20 billion in relationship capital and works with the world’s biggest athletes, brands, and sporting events. As a Forbes Top Ten Keynote speaker and best-selling author Dave combines situational knowledge from his career and life journey and speaks internationally to Fortune 500 companies and top business conferences, prestigious universities, and sports seminars. He has positively affected hundreds of thousands of people through his speaking engagements, book, and life coaching.

Keywords: [“speaks”,”business”,”Sports”]
Source: https://www.amazon.com/Compassionate-Capitalism-Journey-Soul-Business-ebook/dp/B01GOUOWFS

Transformational Leadership Council

Blaine Bartlett is CEO and President of Avatar Resources, a global consulting firm he founded in 1987. He has coached and consulted worldwide with executives, companies, and governments and has personally delivered training programs to more than a quarter of a million individuals and has directly impacted more than one million people. Blaine is an Adjunct Professor at Beijing University, is on the teaching faculty of the American Association for Physician Leadership, and is the Founder of the Institute for Compassionate Capitalism. He sits on the Board of Directors of the World Business Academy and the Unstoppable Foundation and is a member of the Advisory Boards of the All Japan Management Coaching Association and the Asia Coaching and Mentoring Association. In 2012, Blaine was formally invested as a Knight of the Sovereign Order of St. John of Jerusalem Knights of Malta, the world’s oldest humanitarian organization. Blaine is the author of the #1 international best-seller Compassionate Capitalism: A Journey to the Soul of Business, co-author of Discover Your Inner Strength written in collaboration with Stephen Covey, Ken Blanchard and Brian Tracy, and is the author of Three Dimensional Coaching which was published in 2013 and translated into Chinese and Japanese in 2015..

Keywords: [“coached”,”Blaine”,”Association”]
Source: https://www.transformationalleadershipcouncil.com/Sys/PublicProfile/41845736

Compassionate Capitalism Is Possible Through Effective Corporate Philanthropy

Charitable giving is no longer just something you do around the holidays. With Millennials valuing socially focused companies more than ever, success is virtually unattainable if you aren’t giving back. In 2014, corporate giving was only at $18.45 billion compared to the $265 billion from individual donations. According to Suzanne DiBianca, the Chief Philanthropy Officer at Salesforce and keynote speaker at New Orleans Entrepreneur Week, it’s because, simply put, companies need money. DiBianca pioneered a philanthropic model that will hopefully usher in a new era of corporate giving. “The real assets in a company are the people that work there, the products that they have, and their ability to advocate for change in policy,” said DiBianca in her keynote speech at New Orleans Entrepreneur Week. As DiBianca puts it, charitable giving is about more than reaching your target audience. Giving back is something that benefits the entire community, helping to build an ecosystem that can support everyone from any background. The most important takeaway from DiBianca’s speech was that the future of business is philanthropic. Get on board with the giving back movement or your business will be left behind.

Keywords: [“company”,”DiBianca”,”giving”]
Source: https://tech.co/compassionate-capitalism-philanthropy-2017-03

J.R.’s Zaphne Blog News for 01-30-2018

Transformational Leadership Council

Blaine Bartlett is CEO and President of Avatar Resources, a global consulting firm he founded in 1987. He has coached and consulted worldwide with executives, companies, and governments and has personally delivered training programs to more than a quarter of a million individuals and has directly impacted more than one million people. Blaine is an Adjunct Professor at Beijing University, is on the teaching faculty of the American Association for Physician Leadership, and is the Founder of the Institute for Compassionate Capitalism. He sits on the Board of Directors of the World Business Academy and the Unstoppable Foundation and is a member of the Advisory Boards of the All Japan Management Coaching Association and the Asia Coaching and Mentoring Association. In 2012, Blaine was formally invested as a Knight of the Sovereign Order of St. John of Jerusalem Knights of Malta, the world’s oldest humanitarian organization. Blaine is the author of the #1 international best-seller Compassionate Capitalism: A Journey to the Soul of Business, co-author of Discover Your Inner Strength written in collaboration with Stephen Covey, Ken Blanchard and Brian Tracy, and is the author of Three Dimensional Coaching which was published in 2013 and translated into Chinese and Japanese in 2015..

Keywords: [“Blaine”,”coached”,”Association”]
Source: https://transformationalleadershipcouncil.com/Sys/PublicProfile/41845736

Compassionate Capitalism by Rich DeVos

Una guía para seguir los sueños, respetarlos y mantenerse fiel a ellos , un mensaje enfocado en poner los dones y talentos al servicio de los demás , un libro predicador de la filosofía del ganar-ganar , la generosidad y la satisfacción obtenida de la recompensa por el esfuerzo empleado. Resumiendo así esta gran obra en un término acuñado como Capitalismo solidario. El libro se pasea por biografías e historias de emprendedores, empresarios y visionarios cuyos. El libro se pasea por biografías e historias de emprendedores, empresarios y visionarios cuyos esfuerzos en pos de la superación personal los han llevado a la cumbre. Y que bajo la guía y reflexión de Rich Devos todos ellos comparten sus frustraciones, experiencias y enseñanzas con el lector para acercarlo a la realización del éxito. Comparto con todos ustedes este fragmento obtenido del libro Capitalismo solidario. “En alguna parte de usted su espíritu emprendedor esta luchando por ser libre”. “Y algún día usted sabrá que la verdadera satisfacción que proporciona el capitalismo solidario no es el encontrar su propia realización y seguridad financiera personal. La verdadera satisfacción es ayudar a otras personas a encontrar para si mismas su realización y seguridad financiera”.

Keywords: [“libro”,”por”,”los”]
Source: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/1026663.Compassionate_Capitalism

Atlanta real estate whiz is changing lives, one apartment complex at a time

Madison Hills apartment complex in Marietta presented Stagmeier challenges from the start. Brumby was one of two Cobb County schools on the Federal Watch List for Failing Schools at the time. “The commissioners wanted to condemn the property, because the school was failing,” Stagmeier said. “They thought if they closed it down, the school would stabilize since they would no longer have to deal with students from this blighted apartment community.” Stagmeier had never before realized how much an apartment community could impact a school. Transiency often contributes to a school’s failure, Richie explained. “Before I left that office, I told her I would help her turn that school around,” Stagmeier said. The children were no longer going home to empty apartments after school because their parents were working two and three jobs to pay the bills. Knowing the children had a safe place to go after school, parents got better jobs. By 2012, all 90 children in the after-school program passed the school systems’ competency tests. The school went from one of the worst in the state to a Title 1 school of distinction. The rent went up, families moved out, Brumby Elementary went back on the watch list for failing schools.

Keywords: [“school”,”apartment”,”Stagmeier”]
Source: http://specials.myajc.com/compassionate-capitalist/

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Keywords: [“author”,”Book”,”Review”]
Source: https://readersfavorite.com/book-review/compassionate-capitalism