Listen to this edition of the TIME with Fred Podcast as my guest, Ore Ogungbayi shares her powerful story bout how she survived being abducted at a very early age and also dealing with the loss of her father and husband.
How much is your ignorance costing you? Oftentimes, the seemingly insignificant things we ignore in life come back to haunt us later. As John C. Maxwell aptly put it, "There are two paths you can take. You can either play now and pay later or pay now and play later. Regardless of the choice, one thing is certain: Life will demand a payment." In this episode, Fred shares an important lesson on "The Painful Cost of Ignorance."
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It is simply not enough to know what you are called to do in life. You also have to understand that it is an art that has to be mastered.
In this podcast, I share four steps that will help you not only to understand your calling, but also to be the best at it!
How committed are you to your dreams? What does it mean to be truly committed to a cause? What if you run into obstacles along the way?
In this episode of the TIME with Fred podcast, I share a lesson on Commitment, and how to stay the course when the going gets tough.
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Listen to this episode of the TIME with Fred Podcast as Fred shares four ways to help insure your dreams against setbacks.
Check out Fred's new book: Believe, Dare, Become: What you believe and dare influence who you become.
Available online at Amazon and Barnes and Noble.
In this episode, I share one of the lessons from my newly-released book: "How crazy are you about your dreams?"
Listen as I share valuable lessons that will help on your journey to accomplishing your dreams this year.
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Why is it important to expand your network?
How do you expand your network?
What are some types of professional relationships?
Tune in as my special guest, Jacqueline Strayer shares valuable insights on this topic.
Jacqueline Strayer is a communication and marketing thought leader, consultant, educator, and cultural enthusiast. She served as an elected officer of three global publicly-traded Fortune 500 companies overseeing marketing and communications. Her industry experience spans medical device, diversified industrials, technology, financial services, consulting, and distribution. She is a faculty member in graduate and executive programs at New York University and Columbia University.