Q&A: Chris Voss, Negotiation Expert – Craig Groeschel Leadership Podcast (audio)



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The best leaders are always working toward the best outcomes, no matter the situation. Today’s guest, Chris Voss, knows his fair share about how to negotiate in stressful situations. He’s a former FBI hostage negotiator and the author of Never Split the Difference: Negotiating As If Your Life Depended On It.

In this bonus episode of the Craig Groeschel Leadership Podcast, Craig sits down with Chris for a one-on-one conversation to talk about strategies you can use every day to work toward the best outcome for you and your team.

Chris Voss has used his many years of experience in international crisis and high-stakes negotiations to develop a unique program that applies these globally proven techniques to the business world. What sets Voss’ strategies apart is the injection of emotional intelligence and empathy into the negotiation process.

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Craig Groeschel is the senior pastor of Life.Church, recognized as one of the largest and most innovative churches in the United States. Craig started the Craig Groeschel Leadership Podcast in 2016 as a way to bring empowering insights and easy-to-understand takeaways you can use to grow as a leader—whenever, wherever.

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*Audio* Oh Zion: The Metropolitan Spiritual Churches of Christ, Inc. “Congress Choir”.



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The Metropolitan Spiritual Churches of Christ, Inc. Presents The Congress Choir 66th Annual Convention. Live in Detroit, MI. Released in 1992.

Police Dispatch Audio From Charleston Shooting Released



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Authorities in South Carolina have released the radio dispatch traffic related to the fatal shooting of a black man who was running away from a white police officer. Mark Kelly reports. Image: AFP/Getty

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Apostle Gino Jennings vs. Minister Reginald Young (Trinity & Baptism debate 1994) *audio only*



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This is a debate/discussion on the topic of the Trinity & Baptism by Apostle Gino Jennings of First Church of Our Lord Jesus Christ in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania & Minister Reginald Young of the Church of Christ in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. This debate happened in the year of 1994, those who seen or heard it, OK, but there’s still many people who haven’t seen or heard it.

First Church of Our Lord Jesus Christ, The New International headquarters campus is in Philadelphia, PA 19120, address is 5105 North 5th street, to email the Church is [email protected]

Clip cut out by Tony Harvin, For contact, search Facebook, this is my primary page ([email protected] or Tony FastHandz Harvin) or email.

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Old Brownsville Texas City Jail Paranormal Investigation – Audio Enhanced



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The Graveyard Shift Paranormal Investigations team investigated the Brownsville, Texas Old City Jail building back in February 2012, here is the investigation and paranormal evidence. The audio has been enhanced and made louder on this video, due to the sound quality on the previously uploaded video. Graveyard Shift Paranormal maintains the commercial right to everything in this video.

R.Evans Choir, Baltimore, MD 1997 *AUDIO* “I’m Encouraged/ God’s Got It/ Lord I Love You”



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Baltimore, MD at the Bethel Temple Church Of Christ,a throwback medley from the young adult choir, R. Evans singing..The choir was aptly named after the Late Apostle Robert Evans, Jr…The audio is from a service on November 16, 1997..”I’m Encouraged”, lead by Lesley Neely, “God’s Got It” Lead by Jay Curtis & “Lord I Love You” by (now Pastor & Overseer) James Smith..enjoy

Hot Intimate Romance Scene



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Projection System at St Mary’s Church Watford



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Multi screen projection system driven from dual Kramer Scalers allowing independent images on side screens and main screen. Eiki X71 (5500 lumens) & 2 x EIP3000 (3000 lumen) projectors utilised. Main screen is a 2.5m Da-Lite Cosmopolitan Tensioned screen custom made with additional 2m drop fabric. System also features an AV optimised Lenovo PC, remote camera and Neets Foxtrot touch panel control interface.

“Great Is Our God”-R. Evans Choir Anniversary 1998, Baltimore,MD (audio)



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From their choir anniversary 1998 in Baltimore, MD at the Bethel Temple Church, here is James Hall’s “Great Is Our God”