Entrepreneur Corey Poirier interviews Jack Canfield, Chalene Johnson, John Lee Dumas, Pat Flynn, Mari Smith, Chris Brogan, Michael Gerber on Passion, Social Media, Passive Income and Podcasting twice each week – Conversations With PASSION! Corey Poirier


Entrepreneur Corey Poirier interviews Jack Canfield, Chalene Johnson, John Lee Dumas, Pat Flynn, Mari Smith, Chris Brogan, Michael Gerber on Passion, Social Media, Passive Income and Podcasting twice each week – Conversations With PASSION! Corey Poirier
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Christopher R Dodd | Digital Nomad Freelancer & Entrepreneur – The Chris the Freelancer Podcast | Interviews with Digital Nomads about Location Independence, Travel and Online Business


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Chris Brown-The Party Tour

Chris Brown-The Party Tour
Event on 2017-04-29 19:30:00
By signing up, you acknowledge you have read and agree with the following:  Games at Schott may be cancelled or staffing reduced if ticket sales are low.  Sign-up notes: Event times listed are subject to change  Arrival times will vary by event and assigned task  Arrival times could be four hours prior to event for some positions Compensation is hourly based on hours worked & may be combined with another event the same day Alcohol training required for alcohol events Must be 18 years of age to work (cannot sell or pour alcohol if under 21) Must be 18 years old for cook lead and help lead – , 21 for cashier. Must be teained for Lead and Help Lead positions. To be fair, please sign up only 1 worker per athlete to work until event is within 10 days Exceptions:  Day game (weekday non-holiday) Multiple event days RSA fundraising reserves the right to remove anyone from the list as needed or required for staffing levels or fairness Valid photo id required at check-in  Changes and cancellations: If you need to cancel, you must find your own replacement Canceling without providing a replacement:: ,00 charge (2nd time: loss of fundraising privileges also) No show / no call: .00 charge and loss of fundraising privileges A minor cannot replace an adult worker Notify RSA Booster of any changes – Notify stand lead if same worker issues If staffing levels change, more positions may become available or may be dissolved  Waitlist: If the event is full, an option for joining the Waitlist will be available Sign-up for the Waitlist only of you can commit to work should a position become available If you are on the Waitlist and a position becomes available, you will be scheduled, if needed. Take clothes for dress code to work or leave them in your car so you are prepared if a position opens up Waitlist scheduling will be in order of sign-up date/time while also taking into consideration the position available If you are on the Waitlist and decide to work in place of a scheduled worker, please let Heidi Walker know. If you do not want to commit to work the event should position(s) open up, do not add yourself to the Waitlist.  Dress code: Pants: Black pants – no capri style, stretch pants or denim, no low waistline Shirt: Provided by Levy each night – must be tucked in and worn when in the stand – no exceptions Hat: Levy hat only – must be worn facing frontward – must purchase for .00 Apron: Provided for cooks by Levy each night for cooks Shoes: skid resistant; tennis shoes work best; no open toe or heel;  no canvas  shoes; no crocks style shoes Levy may fine or remove workers fr dress code violations and may also fine the group  Parking and Entering the Arena: There will be traffic – leave ample time for arrival, parking & check-in (must be in booth by scheduled time) The parking lot for events vary by event – Refer to the stand assignment email for specific event parking All lots are North of the arena accessed from Fred Taylor Drive: Bill Davis Lot (Gray 3 – 7, in front of baseball stadium) Buckeye Lot (closer to Ackerman) Parking Passes required – Available for download If you do not have a pass, tell attendant you are working for Sodexo (may not be accepted & you may be charged) Do not leave valuables in your car. OSU, Levy and RSA are not responsible for damage and/or theft Staff entrance is at northwest corner of stadium (just east of corner spectator entrance) Security person will check your name off the RSA list Valid photo id required for everyone, including teens Proceed to stand (Levy staff can direct you) – Lead needs to report to the office first During the Event: Please treat each customer how you would like to be treated as a customer yourself – and spending your money Register workers are to be facing the register (not with backs to registers talking and socializing) Happy customers return to our stand and spend more money (we are paid on commission, so keep them happy) Wash hands often (wear food service gloves as necessary and required) No cell phones or texting inside the booth (if you must take a call, let the booth lead know and leave the stand) No eating or drinking in the stand (this is prohibited by the Health Department) Breaks will be scheduled and given by the Booth Lead One ten minute break per 4 hours scheduled (taken anytime during your work time as approved by the booth lead) Maximum of 2 people on break at a time if staffing is above six (if six or less, then one at a time) Breaks are for resting, smoking and phone calls (Per Levy, must eat before gates open) Be sure to remove your apron anytime you leave the booth For your own protection, if possible, do not bring your own cash to the event.  End of event: Everyone must participate in cleaning and end of event duties Lead will coordinate cleaning and end of event tasks/duties Lead is responsible for signing workers in and out on RSA Sign-in form Leads & Help Leads are responsible to make sure stand is cleaned and all closing items have been completed. Any charges and/or fines caused from not completing tasks and/or not cleaning properly will be deducted from the event Lead and Help Lead.     Day of event issues?: Contact the Booth Lead for the event (ph# on stand assignment email)   Other Questions? – Contact RSA Booster at rsabooster@yahoo.com                  

at Value City Arena
555 Borror Drive
Columbus, United States

The App Business Podcast | Chris Chidgey Andrew Hubbard and Guests discuss Mobile App News, Mobile Marketing, App Creation and Strategy – App Business Podcast | Mobile App News | Mobile App Marketing | ABP features discussions Apple Apps, Google Android, Amazon


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Vernon Ross Interviews Chris Brogan, Dino Dogan , Farnoosh Torabi, John Lee Dumas, and Michael Stelzner on Social Media, Online Business and Building Relationships – The Social Strategy Podcast: Online Business | Social Media Strategy | Networking | Vernon Ross


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Actionable Interviews with John Dumas (EOFire), Pat Flynn (SPI), Guy Kawasaki, James Schramko, Chris Ducker, Amy Porterfield & more on Creating Freedom and Escaping the 9-5! Make Money With Passive Income, Online Business, Social Media & Podcasting – Inspiring Innovation: Creating Freedom Through Successful Entrepreneurship


Actionable Interviews with John Dumas (EOFire), Pat Flynn (SPI), Guy Kawasaki, James Schramko, Chris Ducker, Amy Porterfield & more on Creating Freedom and Escaping the 9-5! Make Money With Passive Income, Online Business, Social Media & Podcasting – Inspiring Innovation: Creating Freedom Through Successful Entrepreneurship
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Chris Washburne & The Syotos band

Chris Washburne & The Syotos band
Event on 2015-05-19 22:00:00
Website / Facebook / Twitter / Youtube Chris Washburne is one of those rare musicians whose musical activities cross many styles and cultural borders. From early in his career he refused to be pigeon-holed as just being a jazz or classical player, but instead has continually pursued a diverse path. Chris is currently freelancing as a studio musician and performing trombone, bass trombone, tuba, didjeridu and percussion with various classical, jazz, rock and Latin groups in New York City. He also tours extensively with various groups and has concertized throughout the North America, Europe, Asian, Africa, South America, Central America and the Caribbean. Chris received his Bachelors of Music in classical trombone performance from the University of Wisconsin where he studied with William Richardson, Richard Davis and Les Thimmeg. In 1988, he completed a Masters degree from the New England Conservatory in Third Stream Studies where he studied with John Swallow, Ran Blake and Bob Moses. He was the winner of the 1988 New England Conservatory Graduation Concerto Competition. He spent two months living in Zambia in 1985, studying the traditional music of that region, and in 1993, received a Mellon Fellowship to travel to and explore the rich musical traditions of Cuba. In 1999 he completed his Ph.D. in Ethnomusicology at Columbia University. He is currently Associate Professor of Music and Found Director of the Louis Armstrong Jazz Performance Program at Columbia University in New York. He has published numerous articles on jazz, Latin jazz, and salsa. He is author of the book “Sounding Salsa: Performing Latin Music in New York” (2008) and editor of the book “Bad Music” (2004). He has performed with the Duke Ellington Orchestra, Tito Puente, Eddie Palmieri, Justin Timberlake, Celia Cruz, Ruben Blades, Marc Anthony, Celine Dion, Anthony Braxton, Manhattan Chamber Orchestra, the Bang On A Can All-stars, David Byrne, Bjork, Muhal Richard Abrams, Gloria Estefan, They Might Be Giants, Chico O’Farrill, Don Richols, John Cale, Grady Tate, Baba Olatunje, Leslie Uggams, the Smithereens, Ray Barretto, Roscoe Mitchell, Jackie Byard, Danilo Caymmi, Arturo Sandoval, Paquito D’Rivera, Dinosaur Annex directed under Gunther Schuller, Walter Thompson, the SEM Ensemble, Freddie Cole, Lawrence “Butch” Morris, among many others. He leads his own highly acclaimed groups SYOTOS and NYNDK and is a member of FFEAR (Forum for Electo-Acoustic Research).

at New York, New York, United States
New York, New York, United States
New York, United States

A flat-out flip-flop from Chris Christie on income taxes | Mulshine

A flat-out flip-flop from Chris Christie on income taxes | Mulshine
People were fleeing New Jersey because of our high income-tax rates, as explained here: "Here's the math: 10.7 percent top income … That's got to rank high on the list of the most hypocritical maneuvers of the millennium. Forbes compounded that …
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USA TODAY High School Sports composite basketball player recruiting rankings
Much as we did in football, USA TODAY High School Sports has taken the rankings from 247 Sports, ESPN, Rivals and Scout and averaged them to rank the top 50 players. LSU signee Ben Simmons from Montverde, Fla., has been considered the consensus …
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