This Week's Show Schedule
Monday - May 25, 2015
Kenneth Davis joins Jim Blasingame to talk about the origins of Memorial Day and how it has changed little since then.
Kenneth Davis joins Jim Blasingame to talk about his new book which chronicles America’s war history in the coverage of a few specific battles.
Bob Dilenschneider joins Jim Blasingame to reflect on Memorial Day and discuss the part played by agape love from those who paid the last full measure on our behalf.
Bob Dilenschneider joins Jim Blasingame to report on some of the momentous decisions that will be made by our government this June that will impact every American and possibly everyone on earth.
Bob Dilenschneider joins Jim Blasingame to talk about how they define patriotism, why our nation has depended upon it from the beginning and why it’s still necessary.
Jim Blasingame reminds Americans that this nation has a rich history of militia volunteers, from the Revolutionary War to Iraq and Afghanistan, who should also be remembered on Memorial Day.
Jim Blasingame reports on the results of a recent online poll showing 83% of respondents believe the media is biased toward Democrats to the degree that it impacts their reporting honesty.
Rich Galen joins Jim Blasingame to report on the events and emotions that come together to honor America’s war dead on Memorial Day.
Rich Galen joins Jim Blasingame to talk about the scandalous conditions of medical treatment our military endures and why it is something that every American should be ashamed of.
Rich Galen joins Jim Blasingame to talk about why President Obama is telling our military graduates that climate change, not Putin, ISIS or a nuclear Iran, is our greatest immediate challenge.
Tuesday - May 26, 2015
Public Speaking: Who Did It Better: Michelle or Denzel?
Diane DiResta joins Jim Blasingame to review commencement speeches made by Michelle Obama and Denzel Washington.
What’s the truth about crowdfunding loans?
Ami Kassar jo ins Jim Blasingame to reveal how crowdfunding borrowing works and how to position it in the other borrowing options available for cost and degree of difficulty.
Dealing with difficult co-workers differs by gender
Katherine Crowley joins Jim Blasingame to acknowledge that women and men deal with difficult co-workers in different ways, plus how to use a mentor with these people.
How to get "unstuck" when work is overwhelming
Ellen Rohr joins Jim Blasingame to explain how it can often be difficult to get yourself "unstuck" when working on big projects or facing overloads of work.
Wednesday - May 27, 2015
Recognizing flaws in new employees & what to do about them
Marie Dubuque joins Jim Blasingame to explain that it's important to recognize the good in your employees, but it's also necessary to recognize the flaws, plus what to do about them.
Communication is still an important part of customer service
Debbie Meyer joins Jim Blasingame to explain that communication is still an important part of customer service, plus why email isn't always the answer.
Why decisions are the building blocks of success
Pam Bilbrey joins Jim Blasingame to reveal the power of having an effective decision making process, that helps you stay focused on your goal.
Beyond Texting: Face-to-face communication
Debra Fine joins Jim Blasingame to discuss why it's important for Gen Y to discover the power of face-to-face communication.
Thursday - May 28, 2015
What were the major factors that caused the financial crisis?
Martin Wolf joins Jim Blasingame to reveal the four key factors that produced the financial crisis of 2008, including globalization, technology and a lapse in financial controls.
Why you should care about a robot that can run like a cheetah
Joel Barker joins Jim Blasingame to talk about the technology and potential applications of a robot that can move and run like an animal.
Why a small business owner should start blogging
Wally Bock joins Jim Blasingame to reveal what a blog is, how it's used, and why advantages that can be achieved by a small business owner by blogging regularly.
The art of asking questions
Jim Canterucci joins Jim Blasingame to talk about how the art of asking questions, whether inside your organization or outside, is more than a skill, but a powerful behavior.
Friday - May 29, 2015
Millennials will be disruptive as business owners and consumers
Kevin Gilroy joins Jim Blasingame to reveal the degree of the impact Gen Y will have on the marketplace, whether you’re selling to them or competing against them.
What’s the state of the video conferencing industry today
Jay Myers joins Jim Blasingame to report on the current condition and disruptors that are impacting small businesses in the video conferencing industry.
Is capitalism a romantic system?
Tim Leberecht joins Jim Blasingame to talk about some of the romantic qualities of classic capitalism and why we need to return to those qualities.
When did America run off track?
Robert Kiyosaki joins Jim Blasingame to reveal some of the things that caused America to diverge away from the things that made us great.