KKIM 1000 AM & KXKS 1090/ WWLN 1080AM / WDZY1290AM / 103.3FM KWDF 840AM / 99.7FM 10/13/2018

Lee Abbamonte – Youngest person to go around the world is our first guest today.  He has visited all 193 UN member states; 321 total countries and am one of the world’s most-traveled people. He is also one of the few people to ever visit every country in the world plus both the North & South Poles!

An entrepreneur, multimedia travel personality, brand ambassador, travel expert, travel writer, author and global adventurer. I appear regularly on Fox News Channel & FOX Business and have appeared on HLN, Bloomberg TV, Travel Channel, NBC, CBS, CNN, BBC, Sports Illustrated, History, AJAM, ESPN and many others. I have also been featured in the New York Times, Washington Post, Chicago Tribune, Conde Nast Traveler, New York Magazine, Huffington Post, Yahoo Travel, US News & World Report, Forbes, Discovery Channel, Today, Travel Zoo, Smart Money, Slate, OK! Magazine, Frommers, USA Today and countless others. For more information go to his website at www.leeabamonte.com


Katherine Bruce, Manager, Market Insights in the Corporate Strategy and Program Metrics Department of Cotton Incorporated. She discusses today Holiday Spending Habits and the newest survey. Katherine talks more about holiday shopping and how consumers plan to spend this holiday season. From Black Friday and Cyber Monday, to the rush right before Christmas, she’d decode how consumers react to sales. She’ll also talks about how things like layaway, ship to store options, and social media opportunities can save us money. For more information please visit lifestylemonitor.cottoninc.com.


Our last guest is Dr. Lisa McAdams, Acting Regional Administrator for the Southwest Regional Office of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services. Since May, millions of people have received and are successfully using their new Medicare card. In October 2018, CMS will be mailing new cards to people with Medicare in Texas and New Mexico. Everyone with Medicare in these states should get their new Medicare cards by the end of October. Each new card will have a unique new Medicare number—instead of a Social Security number. Removing Social Security numbers will help prevent Medicare fraud. While there’s a new card and number, Medicare benefits remain the same. Receiving new cards: You don’t have to do anything to get your new Medicare card, they will be arriving automatically by mail. Find out when your card is coming: Sign up online at Medicare.gov/newcard to get emails that tell you when cards are being mailed to your area. It takes about a month for everyone in your mailing area to receive their cards.


WCVX 1160 AM 10/13/2018

Our guest today is Dr. Gerald Blumenthal a mechanical engineer, an industrial psychologist, Speaker, business man & the author of six books.

Over the past 35 years Gerry has been examining the handwriting of criminals.  In his latest book – SERIAL KILLERS-THEIR LIVES-THEIR CRIMES & THEIR HANDWRITING he describes the commonalities found in the handwriting of 34 serial killers.

Aside from idiosyncrasies found in their handwriting he also examined the childhoods of these killers. Contrary to many reports serial killers are not born to kill. In 99% of all cases he found that these serial killers had traumatic childhoods – Divorce, adoption and physical & sexual abuse. Bed-wetting, arson, petty theft and the killing of small animals were found in almost every case.

The most common observation was the so called – Felon’s Claw. This appears in almost every one of the 34 killers I examined. I also found the use of block capitals in the middle of cursive handwriting was a common factor.

In fact the case of Oba Chandler (murderer of a mother & her two daughters) is noteworthy because he used the felon’s claw & the block capitals in his handwriting. He was eventually caught after an alert police force in Tampa placed a sample of his handwriting on five billboards around the Tampa Bay area. For more information to book Dr. Gerald Blumenthal as a speaker or to purchase his books  go to www.drgeraldblumenthal.com


W4Cy 10/11/2018

Our first guest is Russ Schrader – Executive Director, National Cyber Security Alliance NCSA Executive Director Russ Schrader provides expert tips on how to stay safe online and discuss how anyone who uses the internet can get involved in the month’s activities and events. He also discusses the importance of workplace cybersecurity, predictions for where the future of the internet is heading and how to everyone can help to protect the internet.  National Cybersecurity Awareness Month (NCSAM) kicks off on October 1st and this year, there is a strong focus on the role we all play in protecting our online lives and contributing to a safer, more secure and trusted internet.  For more information, please visit: www.staysafeonline.org


Our next guest is Dr. Carey August – Director of Anatomic Pathology at Advocate Illinois Masonic Medical Center in Chicago; Board Member, College of American Pathologists’ CAP Foundation.  She will discuss why is Cancer is the leading cause of death for American women. Many of those women live in underserved communities and have no access to life-saving screenings like mammograms or pap tests. Even worse, many more women who work hard every day, can’t afford health care at all and forgo their yearly screening to put food on the table for their family. The College of American Pathologists believes no woman should die because they don’t have access to these health screenings and health care. The good news, the CAP Foundation sponsors an innovative health education program for women who don’t have the resources or the support to receive cancer screening and care. For more information, please visit www.foundation.cap.org
or www.yourpathologist.org

John Kontor, MD, serves as executive vice president at Optum Advisory Services, where he plays a pivotal role in leading electronic health record (EHR) implementation, EHR optimization, and population health/value-based operations efforts. John leads the firm’s efforts with large pharmaceutical companies, advising them in the use of health information technology and analytics to improve screening, diagnosis, and evidence-based treatment and adherence for multiple conditions across a variety of partnerships, integrated delivery networks (IDNs), providers, patients, and payer networks.When physicians follow computer alerts embedded in electronic health records, their hospitalized patients experience fewer complications and lower costs, leave the hospital sooner and are less likely to be readmitted, according to a study of inpatient care.  FOR MORE INFORMATION VISIT: OPTUM.COM


Sharon Miller, Head of Small Business, Bank of America will discuss the Bank of America Women Business Owner Spotlight. It is an annual study exploring the concerns, aspirations and perspectives of 1,000 small business owners across the country. New findings from the 2018 Spotlight released ahead of National Women’s Business Owner Month in October reveal an increasingly confident mindset among women entrepreneurs with respect to the business environment and their outlooks for growth. In addition, the survey finds women leading the charge on the adoption of digital technologies in business, and also reports women business owners’ view that while access to capital for women has improved in the last decade, they still face greater challenges to business ownership compared to men. For more information, please visit: www.bankofamerica.com/smallbusiness