How to Build a Powerful Business using System Creation and Intelligent Staffing What’s Inside of “Build Your Dream Team”? Immersion Session 1: Smart Business Process Creation: This is our Secret. This is What Makes Us an Income Generating Machine and is the Engine behind Millions of Dollars in Sales and High Quality Products and Service. Inside this section you’ll learn how to create intelligent business processes that each make you money (over and over).
NBA TV celebrates the 20th anniversary of USA Basketball's iconic team, which captured the attention of fans around the globe and is considered one of the greatest sports teams ever assembled. Narrated by writer/director/producer Ed Burns, this film is the definitive documentary of the historic 1992 USA Basketball team, featuring recent interviews with all 12 members, including Michael Jordan, Magic Johnson, Larry Bird, and Charles Barkley. The 90-minute documentary showcases never-before-seen footage and untold stories of how the most dominant team ever assembled returned USA Basketball to glory, while turning basketball into a global phenomenon.
Darek Oleszkiewicz, a native of Poland and member of the music faculty at the California Institute of the Arts, makes his recording debut as a leader with this remarkable CD. Not yet thirty-years-old at the time of these sessions, the bassist shows surprising depth as a composer, arranger and soloist, with a gift for lyricism and a virtuoso technique reminiscent of Niels Pedersen. The first five songs are sterling duets with pianist Brad Mehldau (with whom he has worked in the past). The only standard, "You Don't Know What Love Is," evolves from a conversational duo improvisation, with both men avoiding typical approaches. His shimmering "Like a Dream" ought to have lyrics, while his "Blues for Eden" is very playful with hints of "Kerry Dance" worked into it. On two tracks, Oleszkiewicz leads a quartet with saxophonist Chuck Manning, guitarist Larry Koonse and drummer Mark Ferber. "Precious Moments" is an intricate composition that gives a strong indication of the leader's classical background.