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Serial Entrepreneur and Author Tom Niewulis on Your Book Your Brand Your Business

Please join Daria Anne for Your Book Your Brand Your Business on Monday, April 23 at 5 PM Eastern when she welcomes serial entrepreneur and author Tom Niewulis. Tom has 40 years in strategic planning, financial and organizational management. He has been the Architect of early technology convergence in the 1980’s. He was the early developer of the business plan and technical architecture for the Internet business in the Independent Local Exchange Carrier (ILEC) business environment. Tom has written a number of business and strategic plans for startups and has participated in developing private and public offering documents.

As a serial entrepreneur, Tom has been involved in or directly starting several technology companies including what is now known as cloud computing and wireless video. He was predictive regarding IoT in 1999 when he spoke at ISPCon talking about ‘The Matrix of Connected Everything’.

Tom has consulted to Bay Area venture capitalist, small business and fortune 500 companies. Tom’s consulting company NCDCS, Inc is a multifaceted entity which gives Tom the flexibility to offer his Virtual COO consulting as well as be involved in educating our next generation of policy-makers through his work with the Samuel Adams Center for Political Science.

Due to being technically adept and business-savvy, Tom has been called a modern Renaissance man. He is well studied in the Foundation of the Republic and the Constitution, with a detailed insight of Samuel Adams and the American Revolution. He has been published internationally regarding telecommunications optical networking and digital technologies and has presented at Internet and Telecom conferences in the US and Europe.

Tom’s most recent publications are focused on political science, policy and Constitutionalism in the United States. He has a business book in the wings titled ‘Real Life Lessons Learned In Business’. His two recent books are ‘Not ALL Conservatives Are Constitutionalists’ with the newest one out titled ‘From Covenant To The Present Constitution Workbook’. Tom delivers seminars on Constitutionalism that required this newest book for attendees.

His educational background is in Physics, Behavioral Science and Telecommunication Management. His education in strategic planning was through the Naval Post Graduate School. He is self-studied in the Reformation and Early American History.

For more, visit www.ncdcs.com and www.samueladamsreturns.com.

Art Imitates Life, Then Life Imitates Art: My Water Signs Happy Ending

Ten years ago, I started writing my first novel Water Signs: A Story of Love and Renewal, after a visit with a psychic unleashed suppressed memories of my first and only love. To catch up on the back story behind the book, click on the Water Signs category of my website, www.dariadigiovanni.com.

In what I can only describe as the most magical moment of my life, two weeks ago I reconnected with the real life “Ken” in person. When I saw his smiling face at the door, my nervousness and apprehension melted way, replaced by a single, comforting thought: “I’m home.” Even though I’d always known in my heart and soul we were meant to be together, the human part of me felt a twinge of doubt as I waited for him to arrive; after all, we hadn’t seen each other in over 20 years.

But God’s timing is always perfect.

The second I laid eyes on him, I realized the happy ending I’d written a decade ago was unfolding according to a divine plan. He and I share an undeniable soul connection that sustained us through two decades of physical separation and has only grown stronger over time. Now that the reunion I fictionalized in the pages of Water Signs has materialized in the physical world, it is even more beautiful than anything I’d written back in 2008. My heart is bursting with love, joy, and gratitude…and at the same time, I’m filled with a peacefulness I’ve never experienced before. This man is my twin flame, my soul mate, my bashert. Every morning, I wake up and thank God he has returned to me, though sometimes I still have to pinch myself to make sure I’m not dreaming.

As a longtime student of spiritual laws, including the Law of Attraction, and a member of Tasha Chen’s Science of Getting Rich Academy community, I realize now that by writing my love story and happy ending, I brought it into manifestation, with the help of God Almighty. I also know that my experience is a testament to trusting the process and His ingenious ways and sure methods…even when appearances are bleak and people who love you tell you to move on for your own sake. No matter how many times I temporarily lost hope or felt sad or missed him with an indescribable intensity, I always believed we’d find our way back to each other. And thanks to Tasha, I learned how to stay alert to “evidence,” or signs along the way.

In the next few months, I plan to release and launch a third edition of the book (once I’ve fulfilled some client obligations and projects) with an updated introduction, where I’ll include photos of the couple who inspired the characters of Ken and Madeline. For now, I’m living fully in the present moment, enjoying every second of time he and I have to spend together.

For more, visit me at my website: www.dariadigiovanni.com and be sure to tune in to Your Book Your Brand Your Business, every Monday at 5 PM Eastern. Preview and purchase Water Signs: A Story of Love and Renewal in paperback or Kindle on Amazon.com.

Is HR Still Viable in the New Digital Age?

Join us this Thursday at 5pm ET for the Future-Proof Workplace show!

Many have been challenging the role of Human Resources (HR) in the new workplace, as more technology takes over what HR professionals have traditionally done. The whole entire employee life cycle with an organization is shortening, and there is a trend to managers being more HR savvy. We also now have predictive analytics, digital onboarding and career planning. How do HR practitioners add value in this digital age? We contend they will be needed more than ever, but some of the old industrial and bureaucratic practices of the past must be updated or thrown out all together. This week’s show will explore with Neil Reichenberg, the Executive Director of the International Public Management Association for Human Resources (IPMA-HR), who will offer his perspective on the changing role of HR and what HR professionals must do to stay current in an ever-changing field.

Neil Reichenberg serves as the chief executive officer of IPMA-HR and is responsible for the overall management of the association. He is in his 38th year with IPMA-HR and his 22nd year as Executive Director. He is a graduate of the University of Maryland and New York Law School.