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  • Networking Definition, Business Networking, Networking Tips, Networking Basics, Events, Mason Vera Paine, Carlota Zimmerman, Network Strategist, Millennial

    The Art of Networking

    You know networking is a staple in everyday life. Many opportunities are based on who you know more so than what you know. Is that a bad thing? What if you are not in a position to network or more importantly know how. Well joining me to give answer to these questions and more is Success Strategist, Carlota Zimmerman. http://serve.castfire.com/audio/3367519/3367519_2017-06-20-220319.64kmono.mp3?ad_params=zones%3DPreroll%7Cstation_id%3D5823.mp3 Want to hear more of Mason? Check out: MasonVeraPaine.com for the latest interviews. Like Mason on Facebook at: Facebook.com/MasonVeraPaine and follow […]

  • Mason Vera Paine, Made In America, James Stuber, Author, India, China, Millennial, Products, Alibaba

    Why Should We Support American Products?

    You hear about how important it is to have things made in America and to buy American goods, but that is easier said than done. Some products are manufactured overseas and then assembled here, without being labelled.  Many consumers like the deals and will purchase items that are made overseas instead of American  made. To explain the importance of American manufactured goods and why we should support them is author James Stuber. http://serve.castfire.com/audio/3366377/3366377_2017-06-17-185417.64kmono.mp3?ad_params=zones%3DPreroll%7Cstation_id%3D5823.mp3   Want to hear more of Mason? […]

  • WGN Radio Theatre #190: Suspense, GunSmoke & Dragnet

    Carl Amari and Lisa Wolf bring you the best from the Golden Age of Radio on the WGN Radio Theatre on June 18, 2017. First, a classic episode of the night is: “Suspense: The Morrison Affair” starring Madeleine Carroll (09-02-48). Next we have: “Gunsmoke: The Juniper Tree” starring William Conrad (08-30-52).  For our final episode of the night we have: “Dragnet: The Big Pill” starring Jack Webb (10-19-52) Have questions about a specific show or wish to comment, like us on Facebook […]

  • WGN Radio Theatre #189: Father Knows Best, Dr. Christian & Inner Sanctum

    Carl Amari and Lisa Wolf bring you the best from the Golden Age of Radio on the WGN Radio Theatre on June 17, 2017. First, a classic episode of the night is: “Father Knows Best: Taking On City Hall” starring Robert Young (01-04-51). Next we have: “Dr. Christian: The Kidnapped Husband” starring Jean Hersholt (01-02-38).  For our final episode of the night we have: “Inner Sanctum: The Judas Clock” starring Berry Kroeger (04-17-45). Have questions about a specific show or wish to […]

  • Cyber Terrorism, Criminals, Terrorism, Hacking, Hacktivist, Mason Vera Paine, Governments, Sandro Gaycken

    The Dangers of Cyber-Terrorism

    With the entire world heading towards a digital utopia, cyber terrorism is an issue. However it is an issue that is not being addressed and seemingly has no solution. What will be the outcome if this trend continues? Founder and Director of the Digital Society Institute at ESMT Doctor Sandro Gaycken explains what dangers face us if Cyber terrorism is not addressed.   Want to hear more of Mason? Check out: MasonVeraPaine.com for the latest interviews. Like Mason on Facebook […]

  • Empathy, Sympathy, Compassion, Understanding, Manipulation, Mason Vera Paine, Psychotherapist, LeslieBeth Wish

    Is having empathy a good or bad thing?

    We have all empathized with people and situations and sometimes we end up getting hurt. Is having empathy a good or bad thing? Joining me to break down empathy and how to protect yourself from being taken advantage of is an award-winning, nationally recognized author and licensed clinical psychotherapist Dr. LeslieBeth Wish. Want to hear more of Mason? Check out: MasonVeraPaine.com for the latest interviews. Like Mason on Facebook at: Facebook.com/MasonVeraPaine and follow her on Twitter at: Twitter.com/MasonVeraPaine  

  • WGN Radio Theatre #188: Crime Classics, The Lum & Abner Show & The Falcon

    Carl Amari and Lisa Wolf bring you the best from the Golden Age of Radio on the WGN Radio Theatre on June 11, 2017. First, a classic episode of the night is: “Crime Classics: Killing Story of Corder and the Farmer’s Daughter” starring Lou Merrill (11-25-53). Next we have: “The Lum & Abner Show: Boat Launch Blues” starring Chester Lauck and Norris Goff (06-19-49). For our final episode of the night we have: “The Falcon: The Case of the Stooge’s Errand” starring […]

  • WGN Radio Theatre #187: Broadway Is My Beat, The Whistler & The Jack Benny Program

    Carl Amari and Lisa Wolf bring you the best from the Golden Age of Radio on the WGN Radio Theatre on June 10, 2017. First, a classic episode of the night is: “Broadway Is My Beat: The Earl Lawson Case” starring Larry Thor (06-9-51). Next we have: “The Whistler: Death Carries a Lunch Kit” starring Elliott Lewis (10-23-44). For our final episode of the night we have: “The Jack Benny Program: Whistler Spoof” starring Jack Benny and all his gang (10-26-46). […]

  • Ghosting, Avoidance, Dating, Relationships, Friendships, Work Place, Psychology, Sociology, Mason Vera Paine, Bruce Cameron

    Ghosting: Society’s new norm

    Are you familiar with the term ghosting? Ghosting is a term that was originally associated with dating. The action of ghosting was when someone whom you went out on a date with never returned any sort of communication with you afterwards; whether it be an email, phone call or even a text. They just disappeared like a ghost. This term and behavior has now transcended into friendships, family and even the work place.  To explain why ghosting has become the […]

  • Mason Vera Paine, Retro Game Search, Doc Mack, Galloping Ghost, Brookfield Illinois, Arcade, Video Games,

    Contrary to some belief, video game arcades are not dead yet!

    Back in the day, you could find an arcade within any two block radius. Almost every mom and pop shop had some sort of arcade game to play too. Arcades these days are few and far between. One of the last and best arcades in the Midwest is Galloping Ghost Arcade in Brookfield Illinois. The owner and founder Doc Mack joins me to explain why he decided to open an arcade and what has made him successful. Galloping Ghost Arcade […]