Language Structures

How to Structure a Small Real Estate Team for Success

http://www.TheRealEstateTrainer.com - Real Estate Trainer & Coach Brian Icenhower interviews the top producing Ron Henderson Team (Ron Henderson, Scott Parman & Elizabeth Gilbert) as they explain some of their key strategies that have contributed to their team's amazing success.

Fetal Head Ultrasound

Brief description on what you will be focusing on when scanning the fetal head.

JAMES TURRELL : SHARDS OF COLOR

Film by Eric Minh Swenson. James Turrell is an internationally acclaimed light and space artist whose works play with perception and the effect of light within a created space. With the commission for Crystals at CityCenter, Turrell responded to the unique architecture of the space to create artworks that can be experienced from multiple vantage points; whether seen from afar as subtly changing planes of color or from immersed within an area flooded with light. He believes human perception to be his true medium; in his words, ''My art is about your seeing.''   Since 1972, Turrell has been transforming Roden Crater, a natural volcano located in northern Arizona, into a monumental artwork. Like the Mayan temples and other great structures of civilizations past, Roden Crater is built to reveal and enhance celestial phenomena. Its completion will mark an historic achievement in the arts.   In addition to exhibiting at the world's foremost museums and galleries, James Turrell is the recipient of a MacArthur Fellowship as well as a Guggenheim Fellowship, The University of Virginia's Jefferson Medal for Architecture, a National Endowment for the Arts, Frankfurt's Friedrich Prize, and France awarded him its highest honor for the arts, making him a Commandeur de l'Order des Arts et des Lettres. For more info on Eric Minh Swenson visit his website at thuvanarts.com. His art films can be seen at thuvanarts.com/take1 Eric Minh Swenson also covers the international art scene and his writings and photo essays can be seen at Huffington Post Arts : http://m.huffpost.com/us/author/eric-...

Blain : Un nouveau partenariat pour le St laurent

Tv sur erdre et le Cinéma de Blain, le St laurent, s'associent afin de proposer aux associations locales la production et la diffusion de reportages sur leurs évènements ou structures.

Today in Blain - Elizabeth River Boat Ramp upgrades

Today Nathan Barrett looks into safety and shade structures at the popular Elizabeth River Boat Ramp.

Unit Franchise Opportunity - Franchise Experience Series

Todd Murphy of http://www.janiking.com/jani-king-of-san-antonio-commercial-cleaning/ discusses how Jani-King is a proven franchise. Learn more about unit franchising here: http://www.janiking.com/jani-king-unit-franchise/

Design@Large: Daniela Rosner: Critical Fabulations

Abstract: Critical Fabulations Today design has come to constitute a dominant discourse of innovation and social change. Within the academy, design has infiltrated not only the arts, where it has had considerable influence and longevity, but also departments of engineering and business where it promotes widespread forms of economic development and entrepreneurship. This narrative of empowerment through commerce brings with it underlying disjunctures between design’s rhetorics of plurality and the power structures design tends to reinforce. In this talk I intervene in this prevailing paradigm, expanding what is considered “design” to include long-silenced narratives of practice, and enhancing existing design methodologies based on these rediscovered inheritances. Drawing on discourses of feminist technoscience, I reflect on a mode of storytelling that helps foreground situated histories always present but too often suppressed. I focus on one particular story of collaborative manufacturing where public narratives render the work of women technicians invisible. Revealing legacies of practice elided by contemporary technology cultures, this talk reminds designers that worlds of handwork and computing, or weaving and space travel, are not as separate as we might imagine them to be. Biography: Daniela Rosner is an Assistant Professor in Human Centered Design & Engineering (HCDE) at the University of Washington and co-director of the Tactile and Tactical Design (TAT) Lab. Her research critically investigates the role design practices play in materializing collective futures, focusing on practices historically marginalized within engineering cultures such as electronics maintenance and needlecraft. Rosner's work has produced several best paper nominations and awards and appeared in Public Culture, New Media & Society, and other journals, conference proceedings, and edited volumes. She is the author of Critical Fabulations: Reworking the Methods and Margins of Design (MIT Press). Her work has been supported by multiple awards from the U.S. National Science Foundation, including an NSF CAREER award. Rosner earned her Ph.D. from the University of California, Berkeley. She also holds a BFA in Graphic Design from the Rhode Island School of Design and an MS in Computer Science from the University of Chicago. Rosner serves on the Editorial Board of Artifact: Journal of Design Practice and as the editor of the “Design as Inquiry” forum for Interactions magazine, a bimonthly publication of ACM SIGCHI.

"Grow a Successful Real Estate Team and Maximize Profitability" GSD Interview with Lars Hedenborg

Join the Free Private GSD Mode Facebook Group - http://www.facebook.com/groups/gsdmode Lars HendenBorg, Top Realtor and Real Estate coach, talks with Joshua about buyer/sell transaction fees, compensation structures for employees, and the transition from being a realtor to a coach. Watch this episode and get more tips on growing your business! Notes (1:20) Intro into Entrepreneurship (5:00) Transitioning from the corporate world to the real estate world (7:20) How were the first few years being a new agent during the market crash? (11:15) At what point did you realize that you needed to build a team? (13:20) Breakdown of team structure and how to keep everyone equally productive (15:15) When did you realize it was time to step out of production and become more of a leader? (18:20) Recommendations of compensation structures for employees (23:20) How can buyer/seller transition fees increase your profits? (28:25) How important are systems inside your organization? (34:00) What led you to want to become a real estate coach? (38:20) What kinds of agents would benefit most from realestatebschool.com? (41:35) Do you see yourself being pulled one way or the other from real estate and actual coaching? (44:05) What personally keeps you constantly leveling up? (46:07) What are your thoughts about people saying entrepreneurs are greedy? (48:30) What does your personal self growth program look like? (53:35) What advice would you give your younger self, knowing what you know now? (56:00) What books would you recommend to up and coming entrepreneurs? (58:20) Last words of advice to viewers http://www.realestatebschool.com Subscribe to our YouTube Channel - https://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=joshuasmithaz iTunes - https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/gsd-mode/id964583650?mt=2 Full Site - http://www.gsdmode.com SUPPORTED BY Perfect Storm (http://www.perfectstormnow.com) 90 Day Mastery (http://www.90daymastery.com) GSD Apparel (http://www.gsdmode.com/gsd-mode-apparel Hit Me Up! Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/JoshuaSmithGSD Instagram: https://instagram.com/joshuasmithgsd/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/JoshuaSmithGSD

KQED Spark - Fletcher Benton

Visit the de Saisset Museum in Santa Clara with sculptor Fletcher Benton. Original air date: March 2008. For more information, go to: http://www.kqed.org/arts/programs/spark/profile.jsp?essid=22453

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