Never give up…Coach Jim Johnson’s leadership transformed a school and Jason

Based on what transpired in a few short moments in early 2006, Coach Jim Johnson is now an authority on the subject of realizing your dreams. In his many public speaking appearances, the Rochester, New York resident relates his role in a high school basketball game that made national headlines. He emphasizes the importance of teamwork and sportsmanship; concepts which gave Coach Johnson winning high school basketball teams for over 30 years.. Coach has appeared on Oprah, Good Morning America, ESPN and dozens of other National TV and radio shows.  In 2011, he released his first book  A Coach and a Miracle: Life Lessons from a Man Who Believed in an Autistic Boy. Coach was named the Class A Section Five Coach of the Year.  He officially retired from coaching so that he can speak full time; he also works closely a with Rochester-area non-profit:  AutismUp. On Feb. 15, 2006, Coach Johnson made the kindhearted gesture of inserting his autistic manager, Jason McElwain, now known to the world as J-Mac into Greece Athena High School’s final home game, which the Trojans won 79-43. J-Mac scored 20 points in just over four minutes, including six three-point baskets, to become an instant national celebrity. Coach Johnson, also, was featured in major news outlets around the country.

Many people are moving to Florida. How about Naples, Florida?

Naples, Florida, great weather, close to all conveniences… Naples is a city on the Gulf of Mexico in southwest Florida that’s known for high-end shopping and golf courses. The Naples Pier, first erected in 1888, is the city’s symbol, and is a popular fishing and dolphin-spotting destination. It’s flanked by miles of beaches with calm waters and fine white “sugar” sand, including those at Clam Pass Park and Delnor-Wiggins Pass State Park. Naples cost of living depends on where you are in Naples, and yes, there are affordable places to live, as well as very expensive places to llive.

Mold- there is so much more than we think- many types are not dangerous…

Tune in to learn about mold and how not all mold is dangerous. There are over 2000 types of mold. This is a reply pre-covid…refreshing. Robert Hendrick, our guest has inspected over 1600 + properties for mold. He is Nationally Certified trained in all aspects of mold, this is a must listen to. Do you or any of your family members have frequent colds, respiratory issues? Mold is not always visible to everyone.  RC Air and Mold Solutions is an established Mold Inspection and Mold Testing company with over 9 years of experience in identifying mold issues in homes and businesses. Their inspectors are Nationally Certified and are trained to look for causes of mold during the inspection process. 

Stay the Course- Elite Performer’s 7 Secret Keys to Sustainable Success-

Dominique “Dom” Brightmon, DTM is a certified self-leadership expert with the John Maxwell Team from Baltimore, MD that empowers and equips others to share their stories. Because of his love for books, Dominique has written and published “Going North: Tips & Techniques to Advance Yourself”, the follow-up bestseller, “Stay The Course: The Elite Performers 7 Secret Keys to Sustainable Success” and contributing author for the bestselling book, “Crappy to Happy: Sacred Stories of Transformational Joy”. Find his writings anywhere books are sold and you’ll see how you too can become a better you. As the host of the Going North podcast, Dom interviews diverse authors around the world to help listeners become inspired to publish books of their own and overcome the obstacles we have to face daily. Because of this podcast, Dom was listed as one of the top ten self-help podcasters in the world alongside Brendon Burchard, Gretchen Rubin, Lewis Howes, and Steve Olsher for 3 years in a row. Whether it’s humor, information, or inspiration, Dominique is sure to deliver immense value! Reach out to him to learn how you can unlock a higher level of self-worth through book writing, leadership training, and podcasting.

5 G- EMF’s- Electromagnetic fields-

Since falling prey to a violent reaction to his cell phone in 2002 Lloyd Burrell has spent the last 18 years researching the effects of electromagnetic fields (EMFs) on health. You can download his free EMF Protection Health andReport and subscribe to his newsletter by visiting his website http://www.electricsense.com. He is also the author of an eBook entitled “How To Beat Electrical Sensitivity”, which offers a solution to the growing number of people whose health is being compromised by exposure to wireless and similar technologies, also available through his website.

Giving back- Maxine Clark- Founder of Build-A-Bear Workshop and Delmar DivINe

Maxine Clark is the Founder of Build-A-Bear Workshop®, a teddy-bear themed retail-entertainment experience.  In 1996, Maxine left her long and successful career in retail with the May Dept Stores and her role as then President of Payless ShoeSource, to start her own business focused on engaging children though the idea of “what”  was not yet specific. After an unsuccessful trip to a local toy store with her 10-year-old best friend Katie to buy a Beanie Baby, the idea for Build-A-Bear was born.  “We could make these,” declared Katie and 9 months later the first store opened in St. Louis, MO and a generation of makers began. Today there are over 400 Build-A-Bear Workshop stores worldwide, nearly 200 million stuffed animals have been sold world-wide.   Maxine stepped down from her CEB (Chief Executive Bear) position in 2013 to start her next act– to help unleash the potential of women and minority entrepreneurs and to use her entrepreneurial skills create platforms and places that give access to more St. Louis families. Her latest venture is the Delmar DivINe™—the transformation of a neighborhood eyesore, the historic St. Luke’s Hospital, into a multi-use real estate development to open in late 2021.    In 2017 Maxine was named to the Missouri Public Affairs Hall of Fame and in 2015 was named Women of the Year by the Greater Missouri Leadership Foundation.   Maxine is a graduate of the University of Georgia and holds an Honorary Doctor of Laws degree from St. Louis University and an Honorary Doctor in Human Letters from the University of Missouri St. Louis and an Honorary Associates degree from St. Louis Community College. In 2006, she published her first book “The Bear Necessities of Business: Building a Company with Heart.”       Maxine Clark is the Founder of Build-A-Bear Workshop®, a teddy-bear themed retail-entertainment experience.  In 1996, Maxine left her long and successful career in retail with the May Dept Stores and her role as then President of Payless ShoeSource, to start her own business focused on engaging children though the idea of “what”  was not yet specific. After an unsuccessful trip to a local toy store with her 10-year-old best friend Katie to buy a Beanie Baby, the idea for Build-A-Bear was born.  “We could make these,” declared Katie and 9 months later the first store opened in St. Louis, MO and a generation of makers began. Today there are over 400 Build-A-Bear Workshop stores worldwide, nearly 200 million stuffed animals have been sold world-wide.   Maxine stepped down from her CEB (Chief Executive Bear) position in 2013 to start her next act– to help unleash the potential of women and minority entrepreneurs and to use her entrepreneurial skills create platforms and places that give access to more St. Louis families. Her latest venture is the Delmar DivINe™—the transformation of a neighborhood eyesore, the historic St. Luke’s Hospital, into a multi-use real estate development to open in late 2021.    In 2017 Maxine was named to the Missouri Public Affairs Hall of Fame and in 2015 was named Women of the Year by the Greater Missouri Leadership Foundation.   Maxine is a graduate of the University of Georgia and holds an Honorary Doctor of Laws degree from St. Louis University and an Honorary Doctor in Human Letters from the University of Missouri St. Louis and an Honorary Associates degree from St. Louis Community College. In 2006, she published her first book “The Bear Necessities of Business: Building a Company with Heart.”      

Giving back- Maxine Clark

Maxine Clark is the Founder of Build-A-Bear Workshop®, a teddy-bear themed retail-entertainment experience.  In 1996, Maxine left her long and successful career in retail with the May Dept Stores and her role as then President of Payless ShoeSource, to start her own business focused on engaging children though the idea of “what”  was not yet specific. After an unsuccessful trip to a local toy store with her 10-year-old best friend Katie to buy a Beanie Baby, the idea for Build-A-Bear was born.  “We could make these,” declared Katie and 9 months later the first store opened in St. Louis, MO and a generation of makers began. Today there are over 400 Build-A-Bear Workshop stores worldwide, nearly 200 million stuffed animals have been sold world-wide.   Maxine stepped down from her CEB (Chief Executive Bear) position in 2013 to start her next act– to help unleash the potential of women and minority entrepreneurs and to use her entrepreneurial skills create platforms and places that give access to more St. Louis families. Her latest venture is the Delmar DivINe™—the transformation of a neighborhood eyesore, the historic St. Luke’s Hospital, into a multi-use real estate development to open in late 2021.    In 2017 Maxine was named to the Missouri Public Affairs Hall of Fame and in 2015 was named Women of the Year by the Greater Missouri Leadership Foundation.   Maxine is a graduate of the University of Georgia and holds an Honorary Doctor of Laws degree from St. Louis University and an Honorary Doctor in Human Letters from the University of Missouri St. Louis and an Honorary Associates degree from St. Louis Community College. In 2006, she published her first book “The Bear Necessities of Business: Building a Company with Heart.”       Maxine Clark is the Founder of Build-A-Bear Workshop®, a teddy-bear themed retail-entertainment experience.  In 1996, Maxine left her long and successful career in retail with the May Dept Stores and her role as then President of Payless ShoeSource, to start her own business focused on engaging children though the idea of “what”  was not yet specific. After an unsuccessful trip to a local toy store with her 10-year-old best friend Katie to buy a Beanie Baby, the idea for Build-A-Bear was born.  “We could make these,” declared Katie and 9 months later the first store opened in St. Louis, MO and a generation of makers began. Today there are over 400 Build-A-Bear Workshop stores worldwide, nearly 200 million stuffed animals have been sold world-wide.   Maxine stepped down from her CEB (Chief Executive Bear) position in 2013 to start her next act– to help unleash the potential of women and minority entrepreneurs and to use her entrepreneurial skills create platforms and places that give access to more St. Louis families. Her latest venture is the Delmar DivINe™—the transformation of a neighborhood eyesore, the historic St. Luke’s Hospital, into a multi-use real estate development to open in late 2021.    In 2017 Maxine was named to the Missouri Public Affairs Hall of Fame and in 2015 was named Women of the Year by the Greater Missouri Leadership Foundation.   Maxine is a graduate of the University of Georgia and holds an Honorary Doctor of Laws degree from St. Louis University and an Honorary Doctor in Human Letters from the University of Missouri St. Louis and an Honorary Associates degree from St. Louis Community College. In 2006, she published her first book “The Bear Necessities of Business: Building a Company with Heart.”      

VFW- Veterans of Foreign Wars needs you- Bill Miller joins us today.

I am excited today to have Bill Miller on today who has faithfully served his entire life. Veterans of Foreign Wars- did you know you can join if your family member was in the VFW? VFW needs help and helps so many. It is obvious when a returning veteran from a war is disabled for serving our country and we should do as much as we can. There are many that suffer in silence from the invisible wounds of war. Bill Miller who I always will refer to as Commander Miller faithfully volunteers daily and today he will fill us in on ways we can help too. It is easier than you may think. Commander Miller served in the United States Air Force from June 1970- 2006, was a former Supervisor at 175 Wing, Former Personnel Manager at MDANG, Personal Manager at US. Dept. of Defense (DoD), Personal Manager at MD Air National Guard from 1988-2006, State Chief of Staff at VFW from June 2014- June 2015 as well as Maryland State Jr. Vice Commander at Veterans of Foreign Wars, State Senior VIce Commander of VFW from 2016-2017 and State Commander at Veterans of Foreign Wars June 2017-2018 and devoted husband of Penny for over 47+ years. I am excited today to have Bill Miller on today who has faithfully served his entire life. Veterans of Foreign Wars- did you know you can join if your family member was in the VFW? VFW needs help and helps so many. It is obvious when a returning veteran from a war is disabled for serving our country and we should do as much as we can. There are many that suffer in silence from the invisible wounds of war. Bill Miller who I always will refer to as Commander Miller faithfully volunteers daily and today he will fill us in on ways we can help too. It is easier than you may think. Commander Miller served in the United States Air Force from June 1970- 2006, was a former Supervisor at 175 Wing, Former Personnel Manager at MDANG, Personal Manager at US. Dept. of Defense (DoD), Personal Manager at MD Air National Guard from 1988-2006, State Chief of Staff at VFW from June 2014- June 2015 as well as Maryland State Jr. Vice Commander at Veterans of Foreign Wars, State Senior VIce Commander of VFW from 2016-2017 and State Commander at Veterans of Foreign Wars June 2017-2018 and devoted husband of Penny for over 47+ years.

REALTY UNIVERSAL Real Estate Menu Systems

Why Real Estate Menu Systems work in any market. REALTY UNIVERSAL Real Estate Menu Systems and programs work in any  market. Good markets, bad markets, sellers market, buyers market. You still need to protect yourself and follow the basics. Why Real Estate Menu Systems work in any market. REALTY UNIVERSAL Real Estate Menu Systems and programs work in any  market. Good markets, bad markets, sellers market, buyers market. You still need to protect yourself and follow the basics.

Don’t worry about keeping up with the Jones…thinking of selling or buying?

Spring, summer 2021- are you having a tough decision deciding whether to sell, whether to buy? Weighing on on options.  Spring, summer 2021- are you having a tough decision deciding whether to sell, whether to buy? Weighing on on options.