Our focus on the News Hour is business. We asked our regular contributor Desmund Adams to give us his insight on the Selma speech given by President Obama marking the 50th Anniversary of Bloody Sunday. What can business learn from that speech? Some interesting thoughts on change and growth:
Usually our friend Desmund Adams comes in to give us his insight on career growth, business growth or personal motivation. Today we visit about the ZKL Black and Gold Ball which happens in Des Moines this weekend. What is it and why should you know more. Here's Desmund!
Over the past week there has been a fire-storm over what the president said or did not say at the National Prayer Breakfast. We don't do politics here at the Business News Hour but when we learned that our friend and regular contributor Desmund Adams was there we asked him to come and tell us what he experience. Here is that conversation:
Twice a month we share our IOB Microphone with Desmund Adams. And today, while the topic was interesting, the first two minutes where a hoot thanks to a six-year-old. How grateful we are that laughter feels so...good. Enjoy and take in a bit of a Life Lesson...that also works for business.
Our friend and regular contributor Desmund Adams came by the studio to chat about chasing dreams, being happy and what really motivates people. Every time Desmund visits us it's worth a nugget or...five. Have a listen.
OK, it surprised us...but in a good way. In this conversation with Desmund Adams he touches on a life event and then explains the cost/benefit of that and...how it relates to business. Here is that conversation:
Twice each month Desmund Adams comes to our studio to visit about his insight regarding personal development and business growth. Today we talk about the "secret sauce" of creating an exceptional career. In addition, this is our 500th episode of the Business News Hour so we had to chat that up a bit. Here is that conversation:
Each month Desmund Adams graces our studio to share with us some nugget of a story that offers insight on personal development and business development. Today he's got a great story about always being ready and the lesson of the $80,000 pen. Good stuff!
Several times each month we lean on the wisdom of our friend Desmond Adams to share his insight on the reality of career and business building. Today we spent some time talking about a new study that suggests why more people are not finding jobs...even though business says they can't find employees. Powerful stuff:
We often don't think of community service and charitable giving as a way to build a business brand but, according to Desmund Adams, we should and here's some thoughts on doing just that.