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Every has setbacks, failures, and challenges, but how do you work through those? Eric Presley shares some of his personal experience, on how he handles failure, and challenges.

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You may look at the world differently, maybe your child sees the world differently. Steve Dorff looks at the world different, and as a child would be composing music based on his surroundings. Steve gives some tips on how to relate to your child who may look at the world differently than you do. Encourage them.

Full episodes released each Sunday at www.blsnow.net

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We all face stress in life, but recognizing it can sometimes be difficult. That's where Dr. Phil Caron shares signs of how to identify when it's starting to affect your life, and health.

Stress can cause deterioration in not just your life, but with the relationship you have with those around you.

Full episodes released each Sunday at www.blsnow.net

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Brandon Lewin, http://www.brandonmlewin.com/, shares some tools for marketing that are up and coming, that you should be paying attention to and using. Tools like SnapChat are great to reach out to the younger audience, and reinforcing the importance of SEO.

Full episodes released each Sunday at www.blsnow.net

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In the entrepreneur world, frustrations and setbacks are a norm. How you handle them is important. Joe Saumweber shares his take on how to handle setbacks, by getting mad and getting over it fast.

There's also going to be a period where you will feel overwhelmed, almost in desperation, and have self-doubt. "You have to work through it, remember the good times will come again".

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Espree Devora describes what success looks like for her.

1: Amy I happy each day?
2: What does happiness mean to me- Am I smiling, do I feel light in my body, am I well rested?

What is true success? True success is taking action. You can control being pro active, and taking action to achieve success.

Full episodes released each Sunday at www.blsnow.net

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Tom Hunt shares some unique, and powerful free tools for your online marketing. Snipley is a tool that not only gives you shortened links, it gives a little advertisement for your content on the side of the page that you linked to.

Optimizely allows you to run several A/B test for digital products, and campaigns. It also gives you a lot of in depth analytics as well.

Full episodes released each Sunday at www.blsnow.net

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If you own a business, you need to be on SnapChat. Mathew shares why you, as a business owner, should be on SnapChat to give your viewers an inside look into your business and life. Consumers love seeing a behind the scene look, and SnapChat offers a great opportunity for that with it's limited viewing time of each post.

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Matt Miller, an acclaimed pilot and Air Force Academy graduate, to the corporate work, and now the gumball machine guy. Not your usual progression, but Matt talks about how his education, and past career built the foundation of where he is today as a successful entrepreneur.

Full episodes released each Sunday at www.blsnow.net

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This is a must listen to episode!

Derek interviews 2018 Songwriter Hall of Fame Inductee, Steve Dorff. Steve talks with Derek about his personal journey, legendary career, dealing with personal tragedy, what success looks like, and stories of writing and working with the top musical artists of all time.

Steve also shares highlights from his new book "I wrote That One Too...A Life In Songwriting From Whitney To Willie". Order Steve's book here: https://www.amazon.com/Wrote-That-One-Too-Songwriting/dp/1495077292

3 time Grammy and 6 time Emmy nominated Steve Dorff has written songs sung by the likes of Barbra Streisand, Kenny Rogers, Celine Dion, Whitney Houston, Anne Murray, George Strait, Garth Brooks and countless others, while also establishing himself as a gifted film and television composer. He’s tallied over 40 BMI awards with hits like Rogers’ “Through the Years,” Murray’s “I Just Fall in Love Again” (Billboard’s top country hit of 1979), Strait’s “I Cross My Heart,” Lee Greenwood’s “Don’t Underestimate My Love for You,” and Eddie Rabbitt’s “Every Which Way But Loose”—the title track from Clint Eastwood’s 1978 film. His songs have charted in 5 successive decades, with #1 records across 4 decades.

Dorff has also composed TV music for Spenser: For Hire, Murphy Brown, The Singing Bee, Just the 10 of Us, Growing Pains, Murder She Wrote, Columbo and Reba; his other film contributions include songs and scores for Bronco Billy, Rocky IV, Pure Country, Tin Cup and Honky Tonk Man.
Key songs in the Dorff catalog include: * Through The Years * I Just Fall In Love Again * Heartland * Every Which Way But Loose * Hypnotize The Moon * I Cross My Heart, and countless others recorded by over 250 Artists from all genres of music.

His many TV and cable movie credits include the Emmy nominated CBS mini-series "Elvis", the Hallmark Hall of Fame "Rose Hill", the animated Christmas classic "Annabelle's Wish", "Babe Ruth", "The Quick and The Dead", "Moonshine Highway" and "The Defiant Ones". Dorff’s many movie songs and scores have been featured in "Bronco Billy", "Blast From The Past", "Rocky IV", "Pure Country", "Tin Cup", "Michael", "Dudley Do-Right", "Dancer, Texas", "The Last Boy Scout", "Curly Sue" and "Honky Tonk Man".

Perhaps Dorff’s most ambitious move to date has been a giant leap into his first love, musical theater. He currently has two projects making their way to the stage: "Josephine" (The Josephine Baker Story) and "Pure Country" (The Musical).

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