|Montgomery Frazier - "The Image Guru", MODMagazineOnline Fashion Director; HonestlyNow-FAB50 Pro|
Your "image" is what you present to the public. It's your "brand", the total package. Why is it important? We live in a beauty perfect society, at least that's what the media portrays. So "putting your best foot forward" can only enhance your life and perhaps even help you get a job. Montgomery Frazier, the Image Guru, helps clients maximize their potential. He's one-part publicist, one-part marketer, one-part manager and one-part life stylist. And his expertise is being shared at no cost on a new website: Honestly Now? A community of experts including Frazier are available for your questions such as "Is this skirt too short?" "Do you think I need botox?" or "Is it ever appropriate to walk out on someone during a dinner date?" Whatever your question, it will be answered honestly without bias by the appropriate expert. Or you can ask your friends. Just sign up: www.honetlynow.com/p/881. Frazier discusses the importance of image with Judith West on Getting Your Money's Worth.
|Sandy Sandler - Founder, Crafters 4 Kids; Creator, The Bowdabra|
Sandy Sandler never thought she was creative. She has an M.B.A. in International Management, developing import/export programs. Every time she attended gift trade shows, she saw the crowds drawn to gift wrapping and bow-tying workshops. "Viola!" She created and manufactured a goof-proof bow maker. She has morphed into creating a non-profit organization, "Crafters 4 Kids", to teach kids in school crafts. She demonstrates her talents on Getting Your Money's Worth with Judith West.
Themes: Lifestyle, Kids
|Nancy Wackstein - Executive Director, United Neighborhood Houses, New York|
New York City is comfortable and safe for it's aging population. And working to make New York even safer is Nancy Wackstein, executive director, United Neighborhood Houses. Yet to come, but on the agenda, are benches in front of stores, longer "walk" lights at busy intersections and easily accessible restrooms. Wackstein relates how her organization is providing a valuable service for you and your parents on Getting Your Money's Worth with Judith West.
Themes: Aging, Lifestyle
|Linda Samuels - Founder, Oh! So Organized!|
How much time do you spend/waste WISHING you were organized? NOW, organize the papers on your desk: sift through KEEP/DISCARD. Set up folders: monthly payments, kids' forms/schedules, personal, etc. SEE: one piece of your life chnged from stress to organization. Clutter is stressful -- rooms of clutter chaotic. Such disorganization damaging to mental and physical health! You weren't born disorganized; help your family: don't die that way. Linda Samuels, founder of Oh! So Organized!, gives tips on Getting Your Money's Worth with Judith West.
Themes: Lifestyle, Quality of Life
|Jeff Gordinier - Editor-at-Large, DETAILS MAGAZINE|
It's hard to believe, but the Baby Boomers -- Generation X's 78 million people are turning 60 every 8 seconds. These Boomers are making it easier for everyone to get older. They're staying young, starting a second act, having sex. It's the new 30. For proof, look at capitalism -- Sidney Harman bought NEWSWEEK at 90 and the Reverend Moon, also 90, is buying back the WASHINGTON TIMES. Learn more about generations on Getting Your Money's Worth with Judith West and Jeff Gordinier, author of GENX and editor-at-large for DETAILS MAGAZINE.
Themes: Lifestyle, Life Choices, Aging
|Susie Coelho - Founder/CEO, Susie Coelho, Lifestyle Expert, Best-Selling Author|
Money is tight but you want to entertain. Coelho style diva has good practical tips: Shop for holiday deals at the 99 cent store; Instead of a fully stocked bar, make it chocolate and bubbly wine. Handmade cards are great family momentos and great ornaments. Use pine cones -- spray with gold paint to preserve and they are beautiful Get more styling tips from Coelho on Getting Your Money's Worth with Judith West
Themes: Money Tips, Lifestyle
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As the title of the show, "Getting your Money's Worth" implies, the show concerns itself with gaining value as a consumer of education, health services or, indeed, as a tax payer. Everyday consumer spending will be included. The dialogue may not present solutions, but certainly will present alternatives in an entertaining and colorful way with experts in their respective fields.
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