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Home Buyer Tips, Home Seller Tips, Foreclosed Listings, Short Sale Information, FREE Resources, and so much more! Find the answers to all of your real estate questions along with loads of insider advice all provided by expert Monte Mohr, who has over 25 years of real estate experience.
By Monte Mohr | Realtor | Nashville
ROI’s Into the Corner Office Podcast: Powerhouse Middle Market CEOs Telling it Real—Unexpected Career ConversationsJoin Now to Follow
The road to the middle market CEO corner office is paved with mile markers that guide in surprising, unpredictable, and some might even say “mysterious” ways! But how do you get such a widely coveted position? This is the question often heard during decades of ROI’s executive search interviews, conducted with top-level executives. ROI’s Into the Corner Office podcast is a new inspiration and answer platform which premieres visionary tales of adventure with great endings and highlights, from powerhouse CEOs driving the formidable success of the U.S. economy’s middle market sector. The CEOs behind this impressive growth reveal insights which equipped them to lead their organizations. Showcasing dynamic leadership stories, Into the Corner Office dives into the heart of what informed and formed these CEOs. Guests share their backgrounds, talk about their early years, and explore what shaped them before they were known for their successes in growing, developing, and leading extraordinary middle market companies and teams. Telling their own stories – straight up and right Into the Corner Office.
By Resource Options International, Inc. | Executive Recruiting | Middle Market | CEO Career Journeys
“Proudly Resents,” on itunes, Stitcher and ProudlyResents.com – the cult movie podcast, has been going for over a year. We talk about the best in bad movies w/ comics like Steve Agee, Jimmy Pardo, Al Madrigal, Chris Gore, Rob Schrab and writers from “The Daily Show,” “Colbert Report” & “Conan.” We talk to the people behind the scenes Tommy Wiseau from “The Room” actors from “Troll2,” “Pluto Nash,” Uwe Boll’s films, “Dirty Love” and the founder of the Razzies. “Proudly Resents” also had the exclusive interview with the man who claims he secretly directed the worst movie of all time, “The Room.”
By Adam Spiegelman
Born and grown up in 1980 in the former DDR, Fatalgroove discovered already in the mid 90s, in the age of 15, electronic music. In the early years of the techno movement he was amazed by Trance and Progressive Techno and already lived for his music. So it came that he had his first gigs with 17, back then in Cottbus (Ger), until he moved to Düsseldorf (Ger), meanwhile in the age of 18, to find his luck in western Germany. And he found it, being taken up with the Progressive Techno Style completely. Being one of the few DJs and producers these days that saw and shaped those “golden years” them very selves, he owns a absolutely unique style, not comparable at all. Technical perfected and always something extraordinary about his sound. After some years in the techno scene, he began to organize his own events and founded a promotion agency, focusing on the development and encouragement of young artists and newcomer. Some of the biggest and hippest locations he filled in this time were the Tor 3 (Düsseldorf), Kult Kontor (Wuppertal) and the Coopido (Neuss). From 2004 till 2007 he took a creative break from the active DJ business to build up his agency (today know as Decksharks.com / Decksharks-Records). Since 2007 he is back, serving a stunning mix somewhere between his very own Progressive Style and the modern Minimal Techno, making his tracks and sets unique and himself a guarantor for a dancing crowd, touring through Europe and seizing the party peoples hearts!
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By Wendell Bauer/Jared Grabb