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Norm Blumenthal

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Norm Blumenthal

Norm Blumenthal attorney for workers and consumers. Selected as the one of the Top Attorneys in Southern California. In 2017, Norm was inducted and recognized as one of America’s Most Trusted Lawyers in Employment Law. Norm Blumenthal is a Regular contributor on Money For Lunch. Watch my Celebrity interviews on my […]

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Allen Adamson

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Allen Adamson

Allen Adamson is a noted industry expert in all disciplines of branding. He is Co-Founder and Managing Partner of Metaforce.co and the author of BrandSimple, BrandDigital, The Edge: 50 Tips from Brands That Lead, and Shift Ahead. Prior to Metaforce, Allen was Chairman, North America of Landor Associates, a global branding […]

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Dan Ramm – Writer on Criminal Minds and Hollywood Weapons

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Dan Ramm – Writer on Criminal Minds and Hollywood Weapons

Danny Ramm is a writer-producer with credits that include Criminal Minds, Booger Bottom USA, and Hollywood Weapons. What is Hollywood Weapons? How did you come up with it? Talk about the hosts. Where can we see it? What’s Booger Bottom USA? Talk about what it takes to get shows off the […]

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Brendon Watt – From Broken to Brilliant!

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Brendon Watt – From Broken to Brilliant!

Brendon Watt is a speaker, entrepreneur, business and life mentor. He is the Australian CFO of Access Consciousness®. Drawing upon his transformation from a struggling tradesman and single dad to global speaker, Brendon facilitates classes and workshops all over the world, encouraging others to step out of judgement and into a […]

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Gregg Bilson, Jr. – Independent Studio Services

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Gregg Bilson, Jr. – Independent Studio Services

Gregg Bilson Jr, Married to Angie Bilson for 33 years, 3 sons, Hayden 29, Eric 24 and Ethan 22, all in the business and or in Local 44 as 3rd generation Prop People. I have run and now own ISS, SAT and Studio Graphics for 24 years. I am a 2nd […]

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Chris Newsome – RecruitMilitary, Job opportunities for Veterans and their families.

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Chris Newsome – RecruitMilitary, Job opportunities for Veterans and their families.

As VP of Candidate Acquisition, Chris’s primary role at RecruitMilitary is to aggregate and support America’s military men, women, and their families with career access, and professional development resources. Following the attacks on America, on September 11th, 2001, Chris joined the US Army’s illustrious 82nd Airborne Division. By June of 2002, Chris […]

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Diane DiResta – How to give Knockout Presentations

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Diane DiResta – How to give Knockout Presentations

Diane DiResta, CSP, is Founder and CEO of DiResta Communications, Inc., a New York City consultancy that serves business leaders who deliver high-stakes presentations – whether one-to-one, in front of a crowd, or from an electronic platform. DiResta is the author of Knockout Presentations. A Certified Speaking Professional, DiResta is one of only 12% of speakers to hold […]

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Doug Branson – The Future of Tech is Female

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Doug Branson – The Future of Tech is Female

Douglas M. Branson is the W. Edward Sell Chair at the University of Pittsburgh. He has been a visiting professor at Cornell University, the Universities of Washington and Hong Kong, and Melbourne University, among others.  He is the author of 23 books on gender and corporate governance. His new book is […]

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Norm Blumenthal – The Trump Slump

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Norm Blumenthal – The Trump Slump

Norm Blumenthal attorney for workers and consumers. Selected as the one of the Top Attorneys in Southern California. In 2017, Norm was inducted and recognized as one of America’s Most Trusted Lawyers in Employment Law. Norm Blumenthal is a Regular contributor on Money For Lunch.   There is one rule for […]

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Is College Worth the Cost?

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Is College Worth the Cost?

It’s that time of year again. Back to school. If you find yourself applying for college, or returning for the fall semester, you may be wondering if college is even worth it at all. With the price of school being so high and the job market so volatile, it’s a […]

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