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February 22, 2011
Pastor Paul Clines of Westchase United Methodist Church
Listen in to our last two shows with CBS Radio. Our guest Stacie Henry runs her own gift market while Paul Clines is a local Pastor of the Westchase United Methodist Church. These two individuals will be sure to give everyone something to think about.
The economy has affected businesses, large and small, in many ways. One of the biggest and most feared affect is bankruptcy. What do you do when your business has run out of money? How can you avoid bankruptcy? Jim Rohr, author of Crisis Cash Management talks to us on Midtown Meeting about how you can save your business when you are running out of money. This is a topic that any entrepreneur has thought about and Jim gives you options to avoid the big, bad wolf called Bankruptcy.
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Unemployment is a scary word. No one wants to be unemployed, especially now. Unfortunately, we do not have control over the economy and the first to feel hard times are employees who live on paycheck to paycheck. If they miss one, they could be on the streets the next day. Search Homeless is a non-profit organization in Houston that offers services to the homeless in an effort to provide hope, create opportunities, and transform lives. Heather Jackson, Program Manager, assists in this mission through Search’s Employment Services. Heather discusses how she does this with the help of the community. Would you guess that Houston is one of the leading cities in the nation in green building? The U.S. Green Building Council-Texas Gulf Coast Chapter talks to Midtown Meeting about how and why Houston has joined the Green movement. Lora-Marie, Executive Director, tell us USGBC’s efforts to educate the public of green practices and how they can improve the environment as well as save money.