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In this episode, we talk to Oginga Carr(Certified High-Performance Coach), as we discuss the importance of having a coach, his opinion on the $15 dollar minimum wage, and he talks about the importance of the championship belt at his events.

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Oginga Carr is an author, international seminar leader, organizational structure expert and consultant. He brings 20 years of experience in Sales, Management, and Human Resources. His passion is in the dynamic of change; dealing with it, working through it, and preparing for it. He has worked in the telecommunications, flooring, and print industries.  He is also a serial entrepreneur and has served as a magazine publisher, radio show host, TV show host, Executive Director of a non-profit foundation and many other capacities. Oginga focuses on productivity through structure and human capital development. He has trained tens of thousands of HR Professionals in 49 states.  He consults with and trains organizations in Human Resources and compliance. 

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  Written by: Dominic Lawson

Executive Producers: Dominic Lawson and Kenda Lawson

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