The Best Ever You Show
Summary: Welcome to The Best Ever You Show live on Blogtalkradio! Host Elizabeth Hamilton Guarino & guests are on a mission to raise awareness - to inspire you to embrace the inner love, gifts, and talents that create the essence of who you really are - and to challenge you to share this uniqueness with the world. Best Ever You is a safe place to discover, or re-discover your authentic, best self - to create a vision and practice that vision, to really live - where each moment in your life matters. Our goal is assist you to connect with your true self, to others around you, and to the world as a whole, in peace - for peace.Your highest-best-self and best-life mean making a commitment to yourself to become healthy in all ways - mentally, physically, spiritually, financially and emotionally. Today, Best Ever You is a leading multi-media provider of lifestyle and self-help content. We are dedicated to helping YOU and all people across the globe live life to the fullest by being their best. We provide unique content, creative insight and tools you can use in your everyday life. Our network is a community of people making a difference. We are all dedicated to helping you be your best and create and live your best life.
"How do I...?" is the most frequently asked question on Best Ever You. Best Ever You CEO and Founder, Elizabeth Hamilton-Guarino shares five actions you can take to help yourself be your best or be better. The five actions are: Practice Personal Compliance, Be Consciously Ambitious, Propel One Daily, Be a Life-Long Learner and Be Community Minded. Elizabeth Hamilton Guarino is a mom of four, bestselling author, business consultant, entrepreneur and a recognized leader in personal development and optimal mindset strategies. For more than 20 years, she’s been teaching entrepreneurs, educators, businesses, corporate leaders, and people from all walks of life how to illuminate their light within and help them reach their highest, best potential. Elizabeth is the CEO and Founder of The Best Ever You Network and author of Percolate - Let Your Best Self Filter Through (Hay House / Random House 2014) Elizabeth graduated with honors from St. Ambrose in Davenport, Iowa. She also holds several certificates in Business Leadership and Project Management from St. Thomas University in Minneapolis, MN and is also a Certified Professional Life Coach and certified Food Over Medicine instructor.
Join Best Ever You Founder and Hay House author, Elizabeth Hamilton-Guarino, for an hour coaching session to ring in the New Year 2019! It's a new year and Elizabeth would like you to have your best year yet! Learn how to have the year you dream of having! Elizabeth will walk listeners through 5 action-techniques and mindset strategies you can take and immediately apply to your life. Learn Elizabeth's tips for personal compliance and conscious ambition as well as "the gratitude flip" and more. Elizabeth is on a mission to raise awareness - to inspire you to embrace the inner love, gifts, and talents that create the essence of who you really are - and to challenge you to share this uniqueness with the world. Your highest-best-self and best-life mean making a commitment to yourself to become healthy in all ways - mentally, physically, spiritually, financially and emotionally. About Elizabeth: Elizabeth Hamilton Guarino is a mom of four, bestselling author, business consultant, entrepreneur and a recognized leader in personal development and optimal mindset strategies. For more than 20 years, she’s been teaching entrepreneurs, educators, businesses, corporate leaders, and people from all walks of life how to illuminate their light within and help them reach their highest, best potential. Elizabeth is the CEO and Founder of The Best Ever You Network and author of Percolate - Let Your Best Self Filter Through (Hay House / Random House 2014) Elizabeth graduated with honors from St. Ambrose in Davenport, Iowa. She also holds several certificates in Business Leadership and Project Management from St. Thomas University in Minneapolis, MN and is also a Certified Professional Life Coach and certified Food Over Medicine instructor. Vsit BestEverYou.com for more information.
Protecting Your Mutual Fund Assets: What You Need to Know and Do As you’re investing in mutual funds for your retirement, children’s education, or for a rainy day, you want to keep others from getting their hands on your savings! Sometimes the threat comes from a fraudster, and sometimes it comes from little-known rules buried within your state government’s bureaucracy. Because educated investors are more able to protect their assets, you’ll learn about potential risks to your assets being taken or stolen, and the steps you can take to avoid them. Hear from two mutual fund industry experts about: * How to shield your financial accounts from winding up in the hands of the state; * What funds are doing to protect the accounts of senior investors from financial exploitation and abuse and how you can assist; and, * How funds defend against fraud, as well as common warning signs you should watch for when monitoring your accounts. ICI Associate General Counsel Tami Salmon and ICI Director Joanne Kane will discuss these issues and answer your questions. Join us!
Welcome to our annual Good Morning Gratitude show on The Best Ever You Network! Call us and share what you are thankful for and how you practice gratitude in your life. 646-787-8537
Radha Agrawal is a community force. She is the Co-founder, CEO, and Chief Community Architect of Daybreaker, the early morning dance and wellness move-ment that currently holds events in 25 cities and more than a dozen college campuses around the world and has a community of almost half a million people. She is a successful entrepreneur (Co-Founder THINX, LiveItUp), author, speaker, DJ, inventor, and investor, and was named as “one of 8 women who will change the world” by MTV. Radha is also the recipient of the Tribeca Disruptive Innovation Award and has spoken about social entrepreneurship and community building to audiences around the world. Her new book, BELONG: Find Your People, Create Community, and Live a More Connected Life, answers the questions “How the heck do I find my people?” and “How do I create large and meaningful communities in the real world?” Radha lives in Brooklyn, New York, with her love, Eli, a baby on the way, and her twin sister, Miki—and lots of family and friends within a few blocks. You can most often find her tinkering with community and experience design projects, or on the dance floor at Daybreaker in New York City (if she’s not dancing at sunrise in another part of the world.)
Learn smart ways to make the most of your retirement savings plan and get the latest on what other investors are doing when it comes to mutual funds and exchange trade funds (ETFs). I’ll talk to two industry mavens from the Investment Company Institute. First, Sarah Holden, a nationally known retirement maven and Ph.D. economist who leads ICI’s retirement and investor research, will share insights on building your retirement nest through… * Investing in your 401(k), and preserving your nest egg when changing jobs or retiring. * Maximizing savings by taking advantage of opportunities outside the workplace, including individual retirement accounts (IRAs). * Understanding your investment options, including target date funds, domestic and international equity funds, and domestic and international bond funds. * And she’ll talk about the similarities and differences between generations of savers from baby boomers to millennials, touching on the growing rollover trend from 401(ks) to IRAs as boomers enter retirement. Then, ICI Senior Director for Financial and Industry Analysis Shelly Antoniewicz will join me. Shelly has her finger on the pulse of fund investment and she’ll offer the latest on where fund investor money is headed in today’s financial markets, including… * What to know about bond funds in a rising interest rate environment. * Trends in equity fund investment. * How American fund investors are increasingly thinking global. * And touch on what to keep in mind for those times when markets get bumpy. For More Information: Website: https://www.ici.org/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ici.org Twitter: @ICI
Please welcome ICI's Susan Olson and Tamara Salmon to The Compliance4 Podcast. Susan and Tamara will join us for an hour to talk about the Top Compliance Trends and the SEC Agenda for Funds: What the Mutual Fund and ETF Industry is Watching. It’s a dynamic time in the world of fund compliance and regulation. Technology, innovation, and simplification are just a few of the big trends driving changes in how funds are serving investors. To find out what’s on the minds of regulators and those in the industry, I’m talking to two experts from the Investment Company Institute. First, ICI General Counsel Susan Olson will fill us in on the agenda for funds at the US Securities and Exchange Commission, including… * Planned changes to the approval process for exchange traded funds. * SEC plans for modernizing shareholder report delivery. * And, potential changes to fund investor disclosure documents. Then compliance maven and ICI Associate General Counsel Tamara Salmon will fill us on all of the latest mega-trends affecting the fund compliance world, including how fund compliance professionals are… * Embracing technology to sort through large data pools. * Preparing their firms for compliance with the SEC’s liquidity risk management program. * And, harnessing artificial intelligence and machine learning to increase efficiency.
A former Division 1 Wrestler at the University of Northern Iowa for Olympian Doug Schwab, Mark Jolcover has a story for the ages. When he was 16 he suffered a tragic injury, which could have left him paralyzed or even dead. A year later Markstepped back on the wrestling mat in dramatic fashion and was called by local newspapers “The Comeback Kid” as Doctors told him he would never wrestle again. Since graduating from the University of Northern Iowa Mark’s journey of faith, adventure, triumph and hardship has led him all over the United States and even the world! He traveled to Mozambique, Africa to serve and learn from the poorest people in the world about humility, love and servanthood. He then returned to the US and began to Coach Wrestling at Detroit Catholic Central High School where he helped Coach the 2018 D1 Michigan Wrestling Team State Champions including, 5 Individual State Champions, while leading a weekly team bible study to help encourage the young men on the team in their faith. Mark currently lives in Lincolnshire, Illinois where he coaches wrestling at his former high school with his former high school coach Shane Cook! Mark is also currently looking to begin to pursue his Masters degree in Special Education.
David Anderson is the head coach for the Watertown Rapids. He is also an assistant coach for Cornell University. The Watertown Rapids is a summer baseball team in the Perfect Game Collegiate League and is located in Watertown, New York. Anderson joined Cornell University Baseball -Big Red- in Fall 2017 as a volunteer assistant coach. After a four-year career at Muhlenberg, he returned to his alma mater as pitching coach for the 2016 season. Anderson was one of the Mules' top starting pitchers for his final three seasons. As a junior, he won three games and compiled a staff-leading 3.14 ERA for a team that qualified for the Centennial Conference playoffs. Anderson served as a team captain during his senior season and led the team in innings pitched and strikeouts while recording two wins and a save. In between his junior and senior seasons, he was a first-team all-league selection and a New York Collegiate Baseball League all-star with the Geneva Twins, going 9-0 with a 1.03 ERA over 60 innings. Between playing and coaching at Muhlenberg, Anderson played professionally in independent leagues with the Newburgh Newts, Bridgeport Bluefish and New Jersey Jackals. A native of Syracuse, N.Y., Anderson graduated from Muhlenberg in 2015 with a double major in business administration and media & communication.
Morgan Brown Sanborn recently finished her second season with Nevada Ballet Theater. Prior to joining NBT she spent six nonconsecutive seasons with Portland Ballet Company. In 2013-2014 she joined Teatrul Balet de Sibiu, Romania. During her 9 seasons as a professional dancer she has enjoyed several roles including Myrtha in PBC’s Giselle. Summer in TBT’s Four Seasons. And Hungarian and Swan corps in Cynthia Gregory’s Swan Lake at NBT. Sanborn is a 2009, magna cum laude, BFA dance graduate of Point Park University. Originally from Standish, ME she began her training at the Darcy Leavitt School of Ballet before graduating from the Portland Ballet preprofessional CORPS program. Morgan studied many styles of- dance at several local studios and attended summer intensives at American Ballet Theatre, Festival Ballet of Providence, Point Park University, and Boston Conservatory. Her choreography has been featured by both professional companies on professional dancers as well as students. She has over 17 years of teaching experience at a variety of studios in Maine, New Hampshire, and Nevada. And has held administrative positions and directed preprofessional training programs as well. Sanborn is an ABT® Certified teacher, who has successfully completed the ABT® Teacher Training Intensive in Primary through Level 3 of the ABT® National Training Curriculum. She is also a certified Pilates Academy International instructor and former high school and college field hockey coach.
David Lui is the Co-Editor of Modern Compliance, an 835-page treatise focusing on best practices for compliance with American securities and financial services requirements. The book is published and distributed by Wolters Kluwer Financial Services and contains chapters written by 35 of the leading attorneys and compliance professionals in this area of practice. Lui edited the book with John H. Walsh, former Chief Counsel of the Securities and Exchange Commission’s Office of Compliance, Inspections and Examinations and Jason Mitchell, Chief Compliance Officer of a Investment Adviser in Minneapolis. David is a nationally recognized speaker on compliance issues. David earned a B.A. in History from Brown University and a Juris Doctor from the University of California, Hastings College of the Law. Modern Compliance: Best Practices for Securities and Finances The book helps compliance professionals understand the internal control structure and ethical considerations necessary to navigate one of the most challenging roles in American business today—that of a chief compliance officer at a financial services firm With this book, we’re giving compliance professionals the resources they need for the greatest chance of success.
Beth Navarro is a children's book author and Journaling for Self Care teacher. Her two picture books Grambo and Kiko the Hawaiian Wave were published by the innovative publishing company Be There Bedtime Stories. She was nominated 4 years in a row for Los Angeles Business Journal Women Making a Difference Awards for her writing. The Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators has awarded her numerous times for her writing for young adults and dedication to the organization. She is also a veteran member of The New Hollywood, a group dedicated to supporting socially conscious storytellers and change makers. Beth co-authored a guidebook they use to create the lives they want with founder, Brianna Brown. This book, Manifesting your Mission, is now available to the public. Beth believes in the power of stories and words. They can create empathy, connection and healing. She lives with her family in Los Angeles, California. To learn more about Beth go to www.bethnavarro.com.
Brandon Noble is the General Manager of the Watertown Rapids. The Watertown Rapids are entering their inaugural season as a summer collegiate baseball team in Watertown, NY. The Rapids will be members of the 13-team Perfect Game Collegiate Baseball League, playing their home games at the Alex T. Duffy Fairgrounds. General Manager of the Rapids, Brandon Noble, is a Potsdam, NY native and played junior college baseball in Watertown for the Jefferson Cannoneers, who also play at the Fairgrounds. Noble has experience working in minor league baseball and hockey, most recently in Greenville, SC with the Swamp Rabbits of the ECHL. Visit http://www.watertown-rapids.com
Phillip Andrew is a Los Angeles based television producer who has been asked to speak around the country educating and encouraging High School and College Students through high energy entertainment and unforgettable storytelling. To read Phillip Andrew’s blog please visit: www.PhillipAndrew.co/Blog IG: @PhillipAndrewLA Twitter: @PhillipAndrewLA Audio Blog: https://soundcloud.com/phillipandrew/
Head Coach Will Sanborn '86, who registered his 25th season at the helm for the Monks in 2017, has built one of the most consistently successful NCAA DIII programs in the country. As a testament to his growing legacy, Sanborn was inducted into the Maine Baseball Hall of Fame in 2013. Late in the 2014 season, Sanborn became the 44th coach in the history of NCAA DIII Baseball to reach the 600-victory plateau. During his 25 years as the Monks' skipper, Sanborn has accumulated a 686-364-5 (.653) record with 19 championships, including 13 conference crowns and five NAIA New England titles, and 22 winning seasons. Saint Joseph's has reached the 25-victory plateau in 18 of Sanborn's 25 years and posted 30 or more wins on 12 occasions. The Monks have been particularly strong since the start of the 2005 season. Over the last 13 years, Saint Joseph’s has posted an incredible 405-167 (.708) overall record, including an otherworldly 152-30 (.835) mark versus conference foes. Over this 13-year span, St. Joe’s has made eight NCAA DIII Tournament appearances with an ECAC Tournament berth in 2005. In the New England Regional, the Monks have been seeded as high as #2 on a pair of occasions and have won 11 NCAA tourney games, including 10 over the past four appearances. Visit: http://www.gomonks.com/sports/bsb/index