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Tue, 15 May 2012 16:25:09 -0400

It’s talk your business Tuesdays on The Things That Matter radio talk show. Host Kirk Johnson sits down with his special guest Corporate Trainer and Motivational Speaker Spence Finlayson to discuss how to achieve employee “buy in,” how to sustain a business through the tough times and proven strategies to make the customer “king.”

Mon, 14 May 2012 13:25:18 -0400

Jasper Haewood, Apryl Moss and Stephen Hanna, a talented group of up and coming media personalities join The Things That Matter host Kirk Johnson to talk about their new youth-focused radio shows on Guardian Radio 96.9FM and their candid recommendations for the new government administration.

Thu, 10 May 2012 15:13:40 -0400

Living a Dream

Thursday’s are about learning the secrets to success as we highlight dreamers and achievers on The Things That Matter radio talk show. Host Kirk Johnson sat down with President and CEO Lambert Rahming.

One of his companies has achieved three consecutive national awards for quality service and he has been voted Entrepreneur of the Year. He is the President of two very successful businesses, Reliable Tours and Travel and Eye Witness Surveillance. He is also a past president of the First Bahamas Branch of Toastmasters International Club 1600.

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Thu, 10 May 2012 09:26:22 -0400

Kirk Johnson, host of The Things That Matter, sat down with international author and speaker Dr. Myles Munroe to discuss his thoughts on leadership, governance and the path the country should take post the 2012 General Elections.

Topics among their discussion included: What lessons should we learn from the 2012 General Elections? How do we achieve national unity and healing? What is the difference between being a leader and being a politician? Ask the questions. Learn the answers.

Thu, 03 May 2012 14:48:21 -0400

The FNM – Who Are They?

On The Things That Matter, host Kirk Johnson sits down with FNM candidates Heather Hunt (Marathon) and Henry Bostwick (Bains & Grants Town) to get to know them beyond their political lives.
Who are they personally? Do they favour performance over personality? Should they win, what are their plans for their constituency? What is their record of community work? What makes them the best choice? Their vision for The Bahamas and their thoughts on national issues.

Ask the questions….Learn the answers.