Elinor is also the author of the Best-Selling book, “Nice Girls DO Get the Sale: Relationship Building That Gets Results”published by Sourcebooks was featured in TIME Magazine, translated into multiple languages and sells worldwide.
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About Elinor Stutz
Elinor Stutz is the CEO of Smooth Sale, an Inspirational Speaker, Author and Trainer.
Elinor ‘s International Best-Selling book, “Nice Girls DO Get the Sale: Relationship Building That Gets Results”published by Sourcebooks was featured in TIME Magazine, translated into multiple languages and sells worldwide.
Years of community service work teaching groups of job seekers how to land the job they desire led Elinor to writing her second book, “HIRED! How to Use Sales Techniques to Sell Yourself On Interviews” .
Revealing all she learned through the years and on the stretcher that fateful night, comes her third book, INSPIRED Business ~ A New Vision for Building Business and Communities. The theme of the book is, Believe, Become, Empower.
Shelton has had his writing compared to the likes of Ray Bradbury, David Lynch and Stephen King and his cartoon work to that of Charles M. Schulz, one of Dave’s idols. As senior writer and head of cartoons at National Lampoon, he put out two best-selling cartoon collections as well as handling writing and cartooning for the flagship magazine. Some of his early work includes art for Tim Allen and Robert Wuhl on their HBO specials and as cartoonist and writer for Tiger Beat’s Superteen Magazine, created the hugely popular comic strip “Toon Groupies”(c). He is the creator of Snuggy Bear and the T-Shirt Kids(c) which has already achieved world-wide attention and multiple brands of merchandise. A line of Snuggy Bear children’s eye wear licensed by Crystal Clear Vision Group had a highly successful premiere in New York City at the International Vision Expo and sold out. Dave has illustrated several popular children’s books including Bellaboo, the Purple Princess written by General Hospital star Nancy Lee Grahn and The Lemming Shepherds, which was distributed throughout Taiwan and is being adapted into an animated film. He created the popular Hackidu characters for Everybody Loves Raymond. His sitcom pilot Against Type, starring Roland Kickinger, Jillian Clare,Stephen Furst and ICarly’s Jennette McCurdy, which premiered in 2007, aired on the national RBS Cable Network, beating out over 1000 submissions to be selected to their pilot showcase series. Against Type also aired on the Global Broadcasting Company in Europe, on China’s CETV and on the Dish Network’s Simply Kids channel. Dave’s voice work can be heard on the Sci-Fi Channel film, Path of Destruction, directed by Stephen Furst and was a lead voice in his animated series Alien House co-starring Kim Possible’s Christy Romano.
Other credits: Wrote theme song for Special Olympics, which named several of their teams after Snuggy Bear(c). His cartoon work is part of the Charles M. Schulz (Snoopy) museum in Santa Rosa, California and the Haig Museum of Cartoons in New York. Former song writing partner of the late Albert Hague. An avid golfer, Dave is sponsored by Roger Dunn Golf Shops. Dave is a direct descendant of the Romanian ruler Vlad the Impaler, the inspiration for Dracula. In 2012 he illustrated the book “Full Frontal Tenudity” for famed comedienne Judy Tenuta.
His successful book Brain Explosion (released by Bear Manor Media Press-June, 2013), a collection of his work from National Lampoon days now available on Amazon is being adapted into a sketch comedy TV project. Eye Crusties(c), a new line of kids granola, and several film projects are also on tap. Dave stars as a regular judge on the hit show American Stars on ICN TV China, viewed by over 100 million people. IMDb Mini Biography By: Commander PR Shel
EOTM (Entrepreneurs on the Move) is a syndicated Internet Radio Network that has produced over 3500 traditional radio formatted shows on BTR since 2007.
The new media network boasts radio programs featuring celebrity interviews, exclusive talk, entertainment, political, cultural, world news, red carpets, comedy, business segments and more.
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EOTM Radio Broadcast for Sunday November 18th through Friday November 23rd.
Below is the current weeks schedule of the syndicated EOTM Radio Network of shows — broadcast for the week— with some new and classic Hip-Hop, Pop & Fusion Music, entertainment news,fashion hits and misses,author interviews, progressive talk, commentary and more from your favorite EOTM radio EJay’s.
Since February 2007, EOTM Media Group aka EOTM Radio & Media, LLC has become the new voice of the Entrepreneur. With their innovative approach to integrating engaging entertainment interviews with equally alluring informative business, pop culture, urban views, music,film, political and cultural segments under the EOTM Radio network. Headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia, EOTM has helped to pioneer the “New Media” industry and has most definitely carved the acronym into the granite, with a new more popular meaning that is sure to hold the reigns for years to come. “Entrepreneurs on the Move”. EOTM is documenting the present successes and triumphs of our community, by building on the accomplishments of the past and helping to seek higher levels of success for the future.
They are actively involved in the transformation, by shaping and perpetuating the continuity of their communities and abroad. EOTM is the premiere agency helping individuals and businesses manage news, generate buzz and land major media attention.
EOTM covers not just the lives of the famous; they highlight and give much needed attention to the everyday entrepreneur in communities and around the world. They are creating generational traditions with their annual Celebrating the Queens in our Communities Awards Gala, E! Music Business Empowerment Conference, Roc the Mic talent shows, EOTM Mixers, Get in the Game events and radio talk shows such as the Queens of Internet Radio Show, The Rahn Anthoni and Mother Jenkins Gospel Show, The Conscious Hip Hop Series, E! Buzz entertainment Shows,The Stunnaz Mag LIVE Show, The Don Adams Jr Show, The Steven Knight Show, The Tre Luv Show, The Queen G Talk Show,EOTM Music Critiques, Grandma Grip Comedy Shows, Mixture of Arts, The World is Yours Business Hour, The Kick it Spot, Smooth Latte’, Let’s Face Reality,Musical Madness with Dzire, The Sassy Diva Show, The HotWire Report, Greg Reifsteck Movie Maniacs, Love, Hate & The Dance Between Them.
“Be very serious, be focused. You got nothing to lose in this game by being consistent, and not just thinking you are going to get in and make 100 million dollars, cause that’s not going to happen. Make a career; I rather sell 10 million records over ten years than 10 million records once, it’s a business,” Chris Lighty.
For many Chris Lighty will be remembered as one of the most powerful figures in the hip hop business. A fundamental key player in transforming the rap game from being grimey to appealing to mainstream media, ushering in the era of white collared hip hop moguls.
Chris Lighty - May 8, 1968 – August 30, 2012 - Image credit: Jim Cooper - AP
Brokering some of the biggest deals in hip hop music with entities like Sprite and Coca Cola. The brain behind 50 cents’energy drink which netted the rapper more than $400 million dollars and negotiating LL Cool J’sGap endorsement back in 1999, which was one of the most genius case studies in hip hop to date. It was also momentous due to the fact that LL Cool J was the first rapper to ever be called on to endorse a mainstream apparel company.
LL Cool J:
“Jeans popping in every mall in town and city. G-A-P gritty, ready to go, for us, by us, on the low,” he rapped.
And that right there ya’ll was something sales and marketing experts like to call, ‘guerilla marketing 101.’ With the help of Chris Lighty, the hip hop icon was able to incorporate a little somethin somethin for his financial interests, on the sly…promoting all things, ‘FUBU.’
To be given the opportunity to endorse a company as big as Gap and then successfully add a smaller apparel name to the final product was straight, ‘gangsta.’ As you can see from the video above, LL Cool J also rocked a FUBU hat during his commercial spot.
Lighty also claimed to have been instrumental in hooking up Gee and his client Drake with a Sprite endorsement, saying, “Here’s a quick $850,000, let’s get busy baby.”
Chris Lighty’s focal point was to build rappers and their brands without sacrificing their connections to their hood.
The New York Times called him “one of the most powerful figures in the hip-hop business.”
According to Forbes, Lighty merged Violator with Primary Wave Talent Management to form Primary Violator Management last year, in a move that could have potentially brought even bigger deals.
The 44-year-old reportedly owed the IRS $5 million in taxes.
Despite the entrepreneur taking his own life, his portfolio is very impressive and his work speaks for itself. He leaves a legacy for his family, friends, fans and entrepreneurs alike. So as we ponder over his reasons of why he did what he did…let’s stop. Focus on what he left behind for the seasoned professionals as well as the up and coming entertainers/entrepreneurs that find themselves immersed in the music industry, an industry that many have sacrificed so much to be in. An industry that is built for the strong, not the weak or the naysayers.
Lighty had immeasurable impact on the music industry and has left a clear path to success for those that choose it. His platform makes it possible for a generation of entertainers to learn and flourish.
In a 2010 interview Lighty shared his thoughts on what it takes to make it in the music business and leaves us with an uncanny quote on the industry and his life….watch the video below.
“Be very serious, be focused. You got nothing to lose in this game by being consistent, and not just thinking you are going to get in and make 100 million dollars, cause that’s not going to happen. Make a career; I rather sell 10 million records over ten years than 10 million records once, it’s a business. Everybody fronting like the money is nonstop, it’s nonstop until it stops. I’ve seen a lot of people come and go in the game so, I plan to be here until I decide I don’t wanna be here know more,” Lighty said.
Gandhi famously said, “Be the change you want to see in the world.” I don’t doubt that, in recent years, Lighty did just that. Lighty made the rap game more beautiful and his family, friends, fans, colleagues, clients loved him for it. Lighty made the rap game more ideal, and the billions of us with no voice will be forever impacted.
EOTM! Online extends our condolences to the Lighty family, Violator Entertainment and all of Chris’ friends and associates. Leave your comments below.
Actor, New York Times Best Selling Author & Activist Christopher Lawford Kennedy visits Carla B’s E! Buzz Talk Show to chat about The Dizzy Gillespie/Englewood Fundraiser, his life in public service, the non-profit sector, working for the Joseph P. Kennedy, Jr. Foundation, The Special Olympics, and The Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse at Columbia University and Caron Treatment Centers & more.
Kennedy also holds positions as a Public Policy Consultant for Caron Treatment Centers and a national spokesperson for a Hepatitis C public awareness campaign and was recently appointed to the California Public Health Advisory Committee.
Christopher Kennedy Lawford invites you to the Dizzy Gillespie/Englewood Benefit at the Cotton Club in New York on October 16th.
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