Clay Clark, Founder of Thrivetime Show, Celebrates Two Year Anniversary of Podcast with Over Half a Million Downloads

Award-winning team has been featured on Forbes, Fast Company, Bloomberg, and Pando Daily.

LOS ANGELES, CA, UNITED STATES, October 20, 2018 / — Clay Clark, founder of Thrive15 and creator of the “Thrivetime Show – Business School Without the BS,” is ready to celebrate the two-year anniversary of his podcast November 5th, 2018 with over half a million monthly downloads.

A man of many talents, Clark has been called the “Jim Carey of Entrepreneurship.” He was “Metro Chamber of Commerce Entrepreneur of the Year” at the age of 20 and the “U.S. Chamber National Blue Ribbon Quality Award Winner” at the age of 27.

As the result of his endless work ethic, he’s been able to found and co-found several companies including: DJ Connection, Elephant in the Room Men’s Grooming Lounge, and

However, Clark came from humble beginnings. “Poverty. I saw entrepreneurship as a solution,” Clark states as his original inspiration behind starting a business podcast. “My parents vacillated — they moved from middle class to financially struggling to middle class, but whether we like it or not, money is how we buy health insurance, how we feed ourselves, how we get gifts for people. I wanted to move from surviving to thriving. I knew there was a better way to do it.”

The Thrivetime Show allows viewers to “Experience business school without the BS” with Clark and his co-host: optometrist turned business tycoon Doctor Robert Zoellner. The award-winning team has been featured on Forbes, Fast Company, Bloomberg, and Pando Daily. Currently, the podcast has over 1,300 episodes, and has featured Emmy Award-Winners, New York Times best-selling authors, NFL Players, and NBA Players.

Clark, who over the years has also worked as a business growth consultant, educator, and entertainer of choice for countless clients, continues to teach others when he can. “My dad was a college graduate, and there was that fallacy that if you graduate from college you’ll know how to make money,” Clark explains, “a lot of people don’t have moms or dads or people in the picture to teach them, and this is a way we can do it — on the web. We want to help people thrive and live at their peak.”

Andy M., a podcast listener on Stitcher, praises, “It’s a fantastic radio show. Clay and Dr. Zoellner have owned and worked with so many companies. The experience combined with their continual relentless humor makes the show very hard to not listen to everyday. I love it.”

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GWU President Receives North Carolina’s Highest Civilian Honor

Recipient of North Carolina's Highest Civilian Honor  - the Long Leaf Pine

GWU President Dr. Frank Bonner

North Carolina’s Highest Civilian Honor

GWU President Frank Bonner (left) NCICU President Hope Williams (right)

Frank Bonner Awarded the Order of the Long Leaf Pine from Hope Williams

Dr. Frank Bonner Awarded The Order of the Long Leaf Pine

This is a great recognition for Dr. Bonner. Under his leadership, the University has made so much progress, and he’s played a great part in making Gardner-Webb what it is today.”

— Ron Beane, vice chair of the GWU Board of Trustees.

BOILING SPRINGS, NORTH CAROLINA, UNITED STATES, October 19, 2018 / — In a surprise presentation at Gardner-Webb University on Oct. 19, GWU President Dr. Frank Bonner was awarded The Order of the Long Leaf Pine—North Carolina’s highest civilian honor. Conferred by Gov. Roy Cooper, this prestigious award recognizes exemplary service that has made a significant impact and strengthened the state.

A. Hope Williams, president of North Carolina Independent Colleges and Universities, presented the award at a gathering of the GWU Board of Trustees, senior staff and guests. “It was my great honor as a member of the Governor’s Education Cabinet, and on behalf of the state of North Carolina, to present the Order of the Long Leaf Pine to Gardner-Webb University President, Dr. Frank Bonner, for his outstanding career in higher education, which exemplifies the impact that innovative leadership can have on a university, faculty, and students," Williams said.

“This is a great recognition for Dr. Bonner,” affirmed Ron Beane, vice chair of the GWU Board of Trustees. “Under his leadership, the University has made so much progress, and he’s played a great part in making Gardner-Webb what it is today.”

Bonner, who is retiring in January 2019, has served the University for more than three decades in total and as president for nearly 14 years. The award presentation took him completely by surprise. “I am overwhelmed and more appreciative that I can possibly say," he reflected. “I am deeply grateful for all those who had a role in planning this event and were here to be a part of this special honor.”

He joined Gardner-Webb in 1987 as vice president for Academic Affairs. His role later evolved into vice president for Academic and Student Affairs and then provost and senior vice president. In May, 2005, he was named GWU’s 12th president and took office on July 1. A 1969 graduate of Furman University in Greenville, S.C., with a bachelor’s degree in English, Bonner earned his master’s degree in 1971 from the University of Georgia in Athens and his doctorate from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 1977.

Some highlights of his Gardner-Webb tenure include leading the University’s largest-ever capital campaign raising $46 million, receiving gifts to name the Hunt School of Nursing and Godbold School of Business, starting new doctoral programs in education and nursing, launching a Physician Assistant Studies Program, building the 110,000-square-foot Tucker Student Center, purchasing and renovating the former Crawley Hospital for the College of Health Sciences, adding a science lab annex facility and joining the Big South Conference as a full member for athletics. Bonner was also instrumental in developing several programs of academic enhancement and building state-of-the-art athletic facilities.

Among the most sought after and valued awards conferred by the governor of the State of North Carolina, The Order of the Long Leaf Pine is presented to outstanding North Carolinians who have a proven record of service to the state. Established in 1963, television and film personality Andy Griffith and network news legend David Brinkley were the first to be honored with this award.

Located in the North Carolina foothills, Gardner-Webb University is a private, Christian, liberal arts university that prepares students to become critical thinkers, effective leaders and compassionate servants in the global community. Emphasizing a strong student-centered experience and rigorous academics, Gardner-Webb ignites learning and service opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students. Ignite your future at

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Muhammad Kaleem Arshad MD addresses the concepts and controversies regarding Attention Deficit Disorder

Dr M Kaleem Arshad

Dr. M Kaleem Arshad

Muhammad Kaleem Arshad MD, a board certified psychiatrist discusses the controversies surrounding ADD and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).

NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, UNITED STATES, October 19, 2018 / — Muhammad Kaleem Arshad, a diplomate of American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology says that these controversies have surrounded this subject over last 50 years. The discussions in the medical field and general population have centered around the legitimacy of ADHD as mental disorder, its causes, prevalence and use of medications to treat the disorder, specifically stimulants.

Muhammad Kaleem Arshad MD indicates that the diagnosis of ADHD is accepted as legitimate in psychiatric profession based on the fact that the signs and symptoms of ADHD are persistent and rise to the degree where they affect individual’s ability to function in society. In some circles the very existence of this disorder or illness are being questioned and skeptics claim that the medical profession may have chosen to slap a label on the normal variant of human behavior. These critics feel that the symptoms attributed to ADHD are just extreme expressions of normal human behavior. There are very vocal critics who have called ADHD a fraud.

Muhammad Kaleem Arshad, MD who sees patients with this disorder in his practice, points out that some of these controversies exist because the diagnosis is based on entirely on the history of certain signs and symptoms without any objective tests. We can’t see ADHD on X Rays, scans, MRI ‘s, EEGs or laboratory tests. The same is true about multiple widely accepted psychiatric and neurological diagnoses. Only because we don’t see any readily grossly identifiable anatomical or pathological findings, we shouldn’t question the very existence of disorder. We can’t always see environmental stressors and biochemical changes on scans or slides.

It has been widely debated whether some of the differences seen in neuro-imaging of the brain like the thinning of cerebral cortex seen in patients really account for or explain the symptoms of ADHD. ADHD is inherited but but the environment does play a role. We are gradually beginning to accept that some interactions between genetics and the environment contributes to the disorder. Some have argued that ADHD may not be just one illness. It may stem from multiple genetic and environmental sources which converge to cause similar changes in the nervous system causing symptoms of disorder.

Muhammad Kaleem Arshad MD says that even if ADHD remains a fussy clinical entity, it is a general consensus that it is deficit of executive function mostly originating from frontal lobe in brain. This deficit affects a persons ability to pay attention, maintain focus, filter out distractions and control impulses.

Muhammad Kaleem Arshad MD says that there is significant debate concerning the prevalence of ADHD. Some experts believe that current rates still underestimate the prevalence of this disorder even if there have been significant increases in the rates that ADHD is being diagnosed in USA and United Kingdom.The increased environmental demands in this highly technological world and contemporary lifestyle changes may account for true increase in rates or just draw more attention to the symptoms. Some of the under diagnosis may be attributable to the stigma attached to being diagnosed with an illness at a young age and having to go on medications. Conversely some argue that disorder is being over diagnosed. Fairly general criteria for ADHD diagnosis lends to other disruptive behaviors and learning difficulties being diagnosed as ADHD. The subjective nature of assessments and reliance on self reports may lead to over-diagnosis as well. We need more research as to whether gender, socioeconomic status or racial biases influence prevalence rates.

Dr Muhammad Kaleem Arshad states that controversies around the use of psychotropic medication specifically stimulants. In the United States these medications are widely accepted means of treatment. Use of these medications increased almost 4 fold from 1987 to 1997. Over the last 10 years the rate of medication use has not increased. Frequently these medications are being used by non psychiatric physicians without a thorough assessment to establish a correct clinical diagnosis. The unnecessary or inappropriate use of these medications can actually cause more harm than good. Some would argue that while involvement of general practitioners in prescribing stimulants may have increased the access to care, it can actually lead to inappropriate use of these medications.

Muhammad Kaleem Arshad MD further elaborates that adverse reactions from the use of stimulants cause many parents to seek complementary or alternative treatments. Many individuals use complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) because they are attracted to CAM concepts and health beliefs, dissatisfied with the results of the conventional care with stimulants.

Use of these alternative approaches directly reflects on the complexity and heterogeneity of the disorder. Individualized dietary management and trace element supplementation may be beneficial in some children with ADHD. Self-regulatory techniques such as hypnotherapy and biofeedback do not alter the core symptoms of ADHD but may be helpful in controlling secondary symptoms. At present, nootropics, homeopathy and herbs are being researched regarding their role in neurologic regeneration but evidence to support their role in the specific treatment of ADHD is inconsistent.

Muhamnad Kaleem Arshad MD has practiced psychiatry in New Orleans area over last 30 years. He has directed several psychiatric hospitals and programs in the city .

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Holocaust Scholar Dr. Mary J. Gallant to be Featured on CUTV News Radio

GLASSBORO, NEW JERSEY, UNITED STATES, October 19, 2018 / — The Holocaust represented the utter destruction of the European Jewish community, and yet there have been 37 incidents of mass genocide since 1945. How do we make sense of the human capacity for such atrocities?

Dr. Mary J. Gallant is an associate professor of sociology at Rowan University. As a dedicated academic, Dr. Gallant is a Holocaust scholar with an awareness of the Holocaust as a turning point in the lives of millions of European Jews. Her latest efforts in post-Holocaust research focus on new strains of antisemitism and what surviving genocide means globally for individuals and their families caught in the chaos.

“What I’m interested in exploring this time in our history and giving voice to the people who experienced these atrocities,” says Dr. Gallant. “I wanted to use their testimonies to teach all of us something that we may grow closer to the Jewish tradition that informs all of the traditions.”

There are fewer than 100,000 survivors of the Holocaust still alive today, and those who are still alive were only small children at the time. Inspired as a student by Elie Wiesel’s Night, which explored the deep the bond between a father and son in this time of great ordeal, Dr. Gallant became fascinated by the sociological implications of the Holocaust.

“I could hardly keep from crying on every page,” says Dr. Gallant. “This was my introduction to the sociology of the Holocaust, and I needed to learn a lot more clearly.”

Dr. Gallant’s first position was with a small graduate school where she developed grant proposals to support her own research. One of these research grants involved a community ethnography and in-depth interviews with Holocaust survivors who had remained silent about their traumatic memories but could not forget.

“We thought of these interviews as a portrait,” says Dr. Gallant. “I was interested in what had been imprinted on their souls. I wanted them to show me what was important to them because I believed they had something important to tell us. What can we see in all of these children that helped them survive? I was looking for miracles but also how they composed themselves. Through captivity and abuse, how did they persevere?”

These interviews inspired Dr. Gallant’s book Coming of Age in the Holocaust: The Last Survivors Remember, which explored aspects of their survival as emerging from the ingenuity of the survivors themselves under captivity and abuse.

“The Holocaust survivors who had been children that survived the camps or in hiding or with the resistance in different ways became something I explored in great depths,” says Dr. Gallant. “They shared their experience of cruelty, hatred, and indifference, opening a window into the soul that inspires both grief and wonder. What they shared left an imprint on my soul that is still sharp and clear in my memory.”

CUTV News Radio will feature Dr. Mary J. Gallant in an interview with Jim Masters on October 23rd at 3pm EDT.

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Donna L. Lauck of Collaborative Care to be Featured on CUTV News Radio

ABINGTON, PENNSYLVANIA, UNITED STATES, October 19, 2018 / — Donna L. Lauck is one of those people who is proud to say she became what she wanted to be as a child. From the time she could talk, Donna told everyone she wanted to be a Nurse. Today, she is not only a Nurse, she’s an Advanced Practice Nurse (APRN) with a Doctoral degree (DNSc) and a specialization in Psychology. She’s also an integral part of a team approach to healing at the only holistic care center in her area. At Collaborative Care of Abington (in Montgomery County, just outside Philadelphia), Donna draws on her nursing instincts, her compassion for humanity, and her 25-plus years of experience, to help balance all the physical, emotional and neurological sides of an individual.

Donna wants to publicize that people with mood or mental health issues are, after all, just people. There is no reason to degrade them, and there is no reason for anyone to feel ashamed about treatment. Like anything else that affects the body and causes illness, you just need to go and get if fixed! Depending on the individual, fixing might include energy therapy modalities, such as Reiki or IET. Donna may also use hypnosis, classic cognitive behavioral approaches or a special self-esteem program. Donna often assigns clients homework, to help in their therapeutic goals. The modality and approach she’ll choose has a lot to do with the individual and their needs.

Donna credits her knowledge of such advanced and integrative therapies to the many teachers and influencers throughout her career. One big one is C. Norman Shealy, often called Norm, an MD and Psychologist recognized as a pioneer in pain management and alternative healing. Together with his colleague, Carolyn Myss, who is a medical intuitive, he founded a Graduate Seminary at HOLOS University, the first all-holistic medical college. Donna has taken some of their classes and it enables her to treat the many aspects of an individual and inspire wellness.

Donna isn’t sure if it’s an inborn sensitivity or something education inspired, but she does have a talent for evaluating behaviors, offering support, and getting clients to participate in their own self-care. She also really loves working in a setting where the staff is so supportive of one another–offering back-up, insights, and opinions–and practicing a cohesive and well-rounded approach to health and comfort. It’s so collaborative, like their name says, and this kind of practice can also be referred to as mindful care. Donna says that aside from mental health issues, this type of treatment works wonders for stress relief and relaxation, which is essential in a bustling city like Abington.

If you noticed Donna’s e-mail address it refers to her as a Golf Doctor. While she could use therapeutic techniques to help one improve their focus and game, the main reason is her lifelong love of golf. Donna doesn’t play as much since her husband passed on, but still loves the sport, and frequently takes on her son.

CUTV News Radio will feature Doctor Donna L. Lauck in an interview with Jim Masters on Tues, Oct 23 at 1:00pm EDT

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Introducing the recipe version of wheels on a suitcase – an obvious solution to make life easier

Australian company Easy Read Recipes introduces a "brilliant" new, easier to read and follow recipe format, that even caters for those with ADHD and Dyslexia.

This makes my brain smile!”

— Amanda Savastio, Jersey City, USA

BRISBANE, QUEENSLAND, AUSTRALIA, October 19, 2018 / — As October is awareness month for both ADHD and Dyslexia, it is the perfect time to discover Easy Read Recipes by Leanne Foreman. This “brilliant” new recipe format has been developed to help all home cooks – including the one in five who have the challenge of ADHD or dyslexia – to create easy, nutritious and delicious dishes.

Most mothers of small children know all about the bewitching hour before dinner, as they try to prepare a nourishing meal while being distracted by tired and hungry children. They may be struggling to read a recipe that has a too-small, hard-to-read font, or is in a format that requires them to continually go back and forth between the ingredients and the method, while trying to stay on track.

That is until Leanne Foreman developed Easy Read Recipes – a recipe format that provides the cook with a low stress process, and the family with nutritious meals.

“The idea for a more logical recipe format began when I became a time poor mother to a son with autism and ADHD, and a daughter with dyslexia," said Leanne, a former Home Economics teacher.
"It became important for me to have quick and easy-to-read recipes to get the dinner on the table in the least amount of time.”

As her children grew to be teenagers, Leanne felt that it was even more important for them to learn to cook for themselves. However, this was problematic when recipe books were so difficult for them to read and follow. To solve this, she decided to use her studies in education, computing and nutrition to refine her recipes in order to help make cooking “real food, real easy”. She developed a now patented recipe formatting method that is used to create her easy to read recipes.

Leanne has incorporated over 25 subtle criteria needed to make her inclusive recipes as easy as possible for as many as possible to read and follow. She figured if it would help her children, it would help all cooks. As a result, she often gets asked, “Why aren’t all recipes written this way?”
Amanda Savastio from Jersey City, U.S.A. commented, “This makes my brain smile!”

So much like the addition of wheels to our suitcases makes travel easier, Leanne Foreman's new recipe format is an obvious solution to make cooking easier.

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ICare4Autism Hosts National Apprentice Conference in Washington, D.C.

Founder and CEO, Dr. Joshua Weinstein shares his vision at 2018 ICare4Autism National Conference

Texas Workforce Commissioner Julian Alvarez III insightfully responds to questions from the audience.

Professor Dr. Stephen Shore, Psychologist Dr. Robert Naseef, and Mr. David Kearon of Autism Speaks host an open panel discussion.

One Step Forward for Comprehensive Workforce Plan for High School Students with Special Abilities

WASHINGTON D.C., UNITED STATES, October 18, 2018 / — WASHINGTON D.C., UNITED STATES – On October 10th, 2018, ICare4Autism hosted the National Conference on Apprentice Training Programs focusing on high school students with special abilities in apprenticeship programs prior to entering the workforce. The event was attended by people from a variety of professional fields and served as a pathway to introduce the comprehensive plan for the national apprentice training program.

Dr. Beth Diviney, New Initiatives Director for ICare4Autism and primary organizer of the conference highlighted in her opening remarks the purpose of the ICare4Autism initiative, noting that “a lot of people are out there doing really marvelous, wonderful things…part of what we are trying to do is find a pathway to bring people together so that these things may be pulled together and shared by all.”

Dr. Joshua Weinstein, CEO and founder of ICare4Autism shared his vision with stakeholders, “Our ultimate goal is the high school graduation of each student with a general education degree, and the readiness skills needed to pursue higher education and/or a well-paying job that will enable them to live full and independent lives.”
Distinguished speakers showcased their perspectives and efforts in the spirit of the national collaboration. Mr. Julian Alvarez III, Commissioner at Texas Workforce Commission and representative of the Labor of the Texas Workforce, featured the high school pre-apprenticeship programs that happen in Texas. Dr. Stephen Shore and Dr. Robert Nassef shared their findings on the development of the neurodiverse curriculum in Philadelphia. Mr. Donald M. Payne Jr., a Congressman from New Jersey, shed light on the state with the highest rate of disabilities and declared, “We need to take action to ensure that people with special abilities are free to fully engage in the workforce, in civil society, and in public service.”

Other eminent speakers included Congressman Don Beyer of Virginia and Ms. Carol Schall, a Special Education Director of the Virginia Autism Resource Center. Panel discussions were held by professionals who work in the field, Mr. David Kearon, Director of Adult Services at Autism Speaks, Business Connections Program Manager Ms. Rachael Rounds, and Ms. Jennica Johansen, Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor. The conference was also attended by representatives from the Department of Labor. Dr. Scott Michael Robertson, the policy advisor from the ODEP discussed the competitive integrated employment. Ms. Jennifer Sheehy, ODEP Deputy Assistant Secretary presented her vision on inclusive apprenticeships.

In the closing session, Dr. Weinstein thanked everyone for attending the conference and emphasized the importance of increasing awareness and collaboration. He also announced the plan for an ICare4Autism Workforce National Training Program Committee and its formation in the nearest future.

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Poodll Your Moodle and Get Great Reporting with IntelliBoard

IntelliBoard, the premier reporting and analytics plugin for Moodle, provides expanded reports for users of Poodll, the HTML5 Audio and Video Recording Platform

The need for quality reports for Poodll users has really grown, and Intelliboard's fantastic reporting system is a perfect companion.”

— Justin Hunt, Creator of Poodll

MONROE, CT, UNITED STATES, October 18, 2018 / — IntelliBoard, has just released a suite of reporting tools for Poodll, the HTML5 audio and video recording platform/plugin for the Moodle™ LMS.

With deep Moodle integration, Poodll allows users to collect voice responses from students, create content quickly, and provide students audio and visual feedback.

IntelliBoard reporting for Poodll includes "Activity Details," "Plugin Instances," Recording Locations," and "Poodll Recordings." The Plugin Instances report identifies quickly and easily the various adoptions of Poodll within a site, indicating the specific locations where Poodll has been utilized (such as in an activity), and the subsequent occurrences (presumed student use) for the activity. Poodll Recordings identifies usage for a Site Admin, showing the file count and size for the Poodll files within the Moodle LMS for both the teacher and the learners within the site.

Tonya Riney, VP of Client Services for IntelliBoard, and former college professor, used Poodll within her courses, "Current teachers and professors are so fortunate to have the use of Poodll within the LMS; Poodll allows for richer, more detailed feedback with less effort on behalf of the instructor. The use of Poodll within the language classroom is obvious. The need for reporting to demonstrate adoption and usage is ideal to improve instruction, and react to how teachers and learners use various tools."

"The need for quality reports for Poodll users has really grown, and Intelliboard's fantastic reporting system is a perfect companion. So many Poodll users are already Intelliboard users, it just made sense to leverage their team's expertise and high quality platform. Poodll has produced a whole range of new plugins for release over the next few months and our partnership with Intelliboard will be important in meeting the reporting needs of Moodle Poodll users," stated Justin Hunt, creator of Poodll.

About IntelliBoard offers analytic and reporting services to education communities and institutions who use the Moodle™  LMS. IntelliBoard extracts the statistical data collected in Moodle™  and presents this rich data on a single dashboard in the form of easy-to-read, aesthetic, and printable charts, graphs, and formatted reports. We strive to be the premier analytics dashboard for Moodle™  LMS users. Feel the strength of empowered learning with our purposefully built analytics for education and training. Our mantra: provide the best instantly-available, most-simplified point-and-click access to your Moodle™  LMS data to inform your educational business decisions.

About Poodll

Poodll headquarters are located in Nagasaki, Japan. But Poodll’s pawprint has spread all over the world. Poodll is used in Africa, Europe, the Middle East, the Pacific Islands, India, China, USA, GB … all over the world. Poodll was born in 2010 on Moodle 1.9 and has been updated and re-released periodically. It has survived the transition to Moodle 2, the demise of Flash, the rise of the iPhone and embraced HTML5. Poodll is still open source, because software should be. But it is now professionally supported and maintained. Poodll has been a general purpose recording tool, and will remain so. The range of ways in which Poodll is used constantly surprises us. On top of Poodll we are building a range of voice and video powered educational applications.

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100 Employers, 6,000+ Jobs at the Diversity Job Fair – November 16th, 2018 Amway Center Orlando

Jobs in Orlando Florida

Over 6,000 W-2 Jobs, Career Expert Speakers and Free Professional Head Shots

ORLANDO, FL, UNITED STATES, October 18, 2018 / — Media Contact:
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October 19, 2018 – (Orlando, FL) – This year’s job fair at the Amway Center on November 16, 2018, from 11 pm until 3 pm promises to showcase some of Central Florida’s top employers. The ten-year anniversary of The Florida Blue, Florida Classic Career Expo & Diversity Job Fair will feature over 100 employers and 6,000 open W-2 jobs.
A variety of employers from over 15 sectors (both private and public) will be present. This event will feature jobs in healthcare, hospitality, education, trade skills, engineering, customer service, police, government defense industry and many more.

“So many people ask me how a “diversity” job fair is different from other job fairs?”, said Roger Lear, President of “It’s simple; employers understand that the more diversified their workforce becomes, the more profitable their companies will be. In low Central Florida unemployment, employers have a record number of jobs. Anyone looking for a great job or to changes jobs, this event is a first-class opportunity to showcase your skills directly with employers.”

Top notch companies participating include Amazon, UCF, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, UPS, Hilton Grand, Orange County Government, Regions, Pearson, Home Depot, Mears Destination Service, Harris, Orlando Health and Florida Blue to name a few. Updated information about all job fair related information can be found at

As important as the jobs, the career expo has four world-class career speakers who can help you tackle the job search world. Lisa Maile’s session, “Power Interviewing: Present the Strongest, Most Marketable YOU” is so powerful it will make you realize that your appearance, nonverbal communication, and soft skills when perfected may be more important than many of the skills needed for the job. All sessions take place for FREE at the Amway Center.
“The career speakers are powerful and extremely important.”, said Lear states. “Getting a great job, not just any job is the key, and if you find out you are struggling in your job search, our experts will 100% absolutely help you and give you real solutions to hiring issues”.

The 2018 Florida Blue, Florida Classic Career Expo & Diversity Job Fair on November 16, 2018, is free
to the public and job seekers are urged to sign up today. Free parking at the GEICO Garage sponsored by Hilton Grand and free professional headshots by Mindy Kerr Photography. All job fair information for employers and job seekers can be found at

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Happiness Film Selection Featured at Silver Screen for Short Films

TAMPA, FLORIDA, USA, October 18, 2018 / — The October monthly screening by Silver Screen for Short Films (SSSF) in Tampa included another chapter in the award-winning The Way to Happiness book on film. SSSF chapter president Anjani Pandey, and The President of The Way to Happiness Association of Tampa Bay, Kelly Yaegermann, introduced the film selection, “Do Not Take Alcohol to Excess”. The screening hosted over 40 guests. There was a short Q&A after the screening at which Ms. Yaegermann introduced herself and answered questions about her campaign to spread the precepts contained in The Way to Happiness.

The Way to Happiness was written by L. Ron Hubbard and is available in 112 languages, with some 115 million copies distributed in 186 nations. The campaign to distribute the book has been embraced by more than 257,000 groups and individuals. It held the Guinness World Record as the single most-translated nonreligious book and fills the moral vacuum in an increasingly materialistic society.
Using the unabridged and complete text, exactly as written by L. Ron Hubbard, The Way to Happiness book-on-film follows the printed book chapter by chapter, precept by precept. The interweaving stories of a cast of characters illustrate each concept contained in the book.
The two-hour book-on-film, produced by the Church of Scientology at Golden Era Productions, its film studio in Southern California, is available on DVD in English and 15 other languages. The DVD has been placed in more than 86,000 schools, public, national and academic libraries around the world.
Educators, parents, community and religious leaders, law enforcement officers and many others use The Way to Happiness book-on-film in their programs.
The Way To Happiness film has won the Telly Award, The Indie Festival Award of Excellence, The Aurora Awards – Gold Award, 3 awards of Merit from the Accolade Awards and The Communicator Award of Distinction.

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