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Wednesday, June 27, 2012 – 1:00-3:00PM Pacific
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In this wintery economic climate, it is perhaps more important than ever to consider new ways of earning income. The traditional job and paycheck model will never go away, but with constant uncertainty of corporate downsizing and bankruptcy, the threat of unemployment is always lurking over our shoulders. It is in our own best interest to buck complacency and regain the spirit on which our country was founded: entrepreneurship.
This week on One Cell One Light Radio, Dr. Hildy welcomes, in the first hour, author
and entrepreneur, Sandra Lemire, whose new book E-Girls: Entrepreneurial Women comes from her personal experiences gained in starting nine businesses, including sole proprietorships, four corporations, and one limited liability company.
Sandra began her first business in 1979, selling a dozen brown eggs. She wants to show women how they can start building their dream business wherever they are in
their life, and it is her goal to give them the advice they need to know as to where to start, how to dig deep to understand their goals, understand the potential earning power of their business ideas, how to change gears when things demand change, and how to avoid pitfalls.Sandra has been published in an interesting range of venues starting in 1982, specifically focused on raising Yorkshire Terriers and the Care of Toy Dogs. Four years of her research led to bacterial studies related to Dog Breeding and infertility as well as Zoonotic Diseases and she lectured for eight years in both the US and Canada regarding “Bacterial Safeguards”. Over subsequent years she Read the rest of this entry
Oxygen Deficiency: The New Epidemic in America – YouTube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=REuSxTC-JGk
Guest Sandra Lemire, General Manager
Opaline Solutions, LLC
From Dr. Hildy:
I would like to dedicate our Oxygen Deficiency Show to the actor Victor Sen Yung, posthumously, who passed away from carbon monoxide poisoning in his apartment in North Hollywood, CA on November 9, 1980.