Episode 207: 04-04-2013
Bruce Turkel – CEO/EDC – Turkel Brands – Bruce is one of the leading experts on branding in the USA. We will discuss how to build your brand. We will talk about things our listeners can do immediately to improve their businesses, including the use of social media, how to direct customers to your business, how to set your firm apart and what ideas work and do not work. It will be irreverent and full of useful content. This week: Keeping It Simple Gets Results!
Walk In Lauren’s Shoes
Lauren Book, founder of Lauren’s Kids, was a victim of childhood sexual abuse for six years at the hands of her nanny. Armed with the knowledge that 95 percent of sexual abuse is preventable through education, Lauren has worked to turn her horrific personal experience into a vehicle to prevent childhood sexual abuse and heal survivors by starting Lauren’s Kids. Lauren’s Kids encourages victims to “shine a light in dark places” and “shed the shame.” On March 19, Lauren embarked on her fourth annual 1,500-mile Walk in My Shoes education and awareness journey. This year’s Walk kicked off in the Florida Keys. Lauren will crisscross the state, traveling north and across the Panhandle, before concluding in Tallahassee for the Rally in Tally on the steps of Florida’s Historic Capitol on April 23, 2013. This year’s rally will be especially meaningful, as April is National Sexual Assault Awareness Month, and the national 2013 theme is focused on the prevention of child sexual abuse.
During the 2013 Walk, Lauren will be highlighting a different key aspect of child sexual abuse each week: Signs; Disclosure and Reporting; Predators: Grooming/Pedophile Tactics; Prevalence and Healing; Effects of Child Sexual Abuse; Youth-Serving Organizations; Education and Prevention. To learn more about Lauren and her annual statewide Walk in My Shoes, visit www.LaurensKids.org.
We talk to Lauren from the road every week. This week’s topic: Grooming – how the abuser ingratiates themselves to hide their true intentions.
That Needle is Dirty – Do Not Touch It!
University of Miami medical students Hansel Tookes, Marek Hirsch and Dyani Loo. Hansel, Marek and Dyani were instrumental in the creation of a bill proposing a needle exchange program to be established in Miami-Dade county. We discuss the importance of this initiative to the health of all residents of the county.
Investing in Single Family Rental Homes – The Institutional Approach
Thank you to IMN for providing Chad M. Carpenter, the chairman and CEO of Reven Housing REIT, Inc. Mr. Carpenter is also CEO of Reven Capital, LLC, a private real estate investment firm focused on opportunistic investing. Mr. Carpenter oversees all aspects of Reven Capital and chairs all investment committees and boards for each fund.
Prior to founding Reven Capital, Mr. Carpenter served in various executive officer capacities, including CEO and as a member of the investment committee of Equastone, LLC, since he co-founded the company in 1994. Equastone was primarily engaged in the investment of office properties in the western and southern regions of the United States.
Mr. Carpenter has been involved in over $2 billion in real estate transactions, has over 24 years of experience in real estate, investing, fund management, operations and brokerage across multiple property types. We discuss investing in rental single family residences.
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