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Waqaa! And welcome to an On The Land Mini Series featuring Indigenous Youth Voices! Lemau Bantatua is from Norvik, and created a podcast about Iñupiaq fur sewing based upon an interview with her Ana (Grandma).In spring of 2021, we teamed up with the Alaska Humanities Forum, See Stories, and Bitanga Productions to host a month-long podcasting workshop with a small group of middle and high school students across western Alaskan villages. Students had the opportunity to create their own 5-15 minute episode featuring interviews with their family, friends, and their teachers.Mentioned in this Episode: Alaska Humanities Forum https://www.akhf.org/Bitanga Productions https://www.bitangaproductions.com/See Stories https://www.seestoriesalaska.org/On The Land Media ontheland.orgCoffee & Quaq https://www.coffeeandquaq.com/Native Time: Village City https://www.nativetimeak.com/The music for this episode was provided by Epidemic Sound featuring the song Glimmer by AGST
Betsey Jacobs’ new puppy falls through river ice and gives her the scare of a lifetime and Seth and Jenny Robinson’s dog Murphy senses an avalanche may be coming. FYI No dogs die or are seriously injured in this episode!
There are over ten million people in prison worldwide, and the experiences of those prisoners differ drastically from prison to prison and from country to country. The pay gap between men and women has shrunk a lot since the 1970s, but progress has stalled. NASA's developed a plan to clean up orbit. Also on today's show: Alaskan middle schoolers endure an unusual final exam; robot designers borrow a trick from the human body.
We hope this episode doesn't actually find you the day after US Thanksgiving - because you're doing something awesome outside. But if it does, take a moment to appreciate nature and show the planet your gratitude - it works hard everyday to take care of us. Our topic this week is a slight break from the norm. We decided to share some stories and perspectives from indigenous people in the Alaskan arctic. We also talked about a Yupik historic site in the Russian arctic. We felt it was important to share these stories with you and that they are more than just stories. indigenous knowledge is rooted in living a life fully in tune with the cycles of our planet - a connection that still can baffle Western society. We encourage you to seek the truth of the indigenous people that originally lived in your area, honor them and learn a little about how they lived before colonial contact.
Waqaa! And welcome to an On The Land Mini Series featuring Indigenous Youth Voices! Jessica Chingliak is from Goodnews Bay, and created a podcast about teaching in Goodnews Bay based upon an interview with her English / Language Arts Teacher.In spring of 2021, we teamed up with the Alaska Humanities Forum, See Stories, and Bitanga Productions to host a month-long podcasting workshop with a small group of middle and high school students across western Alaskan villages. Students had the opportunity to create their own 5-15 minute episode featuring interviews with their family, friends, and their teachers.Mentioned in this Episode: Alaska Humanities Forum https://www.akhf.org/Bitanga Productions https://www.bitangaproductions.com/See Stories https://www.seestoriesalaska.org/On The Land Media ontheland.orgCoffee & Quaq https://www.coffeeandquaq.com/Native Time: Village City https://www.nativetimeak.com/The music for this episode was provided by Epidemic Sound featuring the song Glimmer by AGST
As right-wingers get more and more frustrated with the spineless GOP and big-tent conservatism, many are asking, what is the way forward for our party? Libertarian Austin Petersen goes head to head with conservative John Doyle to discuss the future of the Right and how we could possibly save this country. ________________________________________________________________ ⇩ TODAY'S SPONSORS ⇩ MOINK: Tired of not knowing where your meat comes from? Our newest sponsor, Moink, delivers grass-fed and grass-finished beef and lamb, pastured pork and chicken, and wild-caught Alaskan salmon, direct to your door - helping Family Farms become financially independent outside of big agriculture. Go to https://www.moinkbox.com/offensive right now and get FREE GROUND BEEF for a year!! RAYCON: Tired of spending hours untangling headphones? Or spending hundreds on having to continuously replace your wireless pair? Head over to https://rayconglobal.com/offensive for 20% off the most high quality pair of wireless earbuds you've ever experienced. SCOREMASTER: Scoremaster is introducing a new feature to help protect your personal information and privacy. Go to https://scoremaster.com/offense to add credit score points fast and to get your privacy back! ________________________________________________________________ Become a subscriber at BlazeTV https://get.blazetv.com/slightly-offensive/ use my code "ELIJAH" to get $10 off a full year ________________________________________________________________ Slightly Offens*ve Merch: https://shop.blazemedia.com/collections/elijah-schaffer ______________________________________________________________ ➤BOOKINGS/INQUIRIES: ELIJAH@SLIGHTLYOFFENSIVE.COM _________________________________________________________________ ⇩ SOCIAL MEDIA ⇩ ➤ ELI'S LINKTREE https://linktr.ee/elijahschaffer ➤ SAV'S LINKTREE https://linktr.ee/savsays ➤ INSTAGRAM https://www.instagram.com/slightlyoffensive.tv ➤ PARLER https://parler.com/profile/Elijahschaffer/posts ➤ TWITTER: https://twitter.com/ElijahSchaffer ➤ FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/officialslightlyoffensive _________________________________________________________________ The Idea Of A Free Society...For Kids! Head to https://teachrealprinciples.com for a unique book series that introduces the important ideas that schools no longer teach. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Artist Valisa Higman lives in Seldovia, Alaska, where she has a separate art studio. She makes cut paper illustrations, carving away at the background using an exacto knife. The images are revealed in an intricate lacework of lines. Using the black as the foreground, she fills the negative space by piecing together layers of paper in vibrant colors and textures. As a finishing touch, she adds the last details and shading with watercolor or gouache. Her artwork reflects her love of community, nature and Alaskan life, featuring animals like bears or sea otters, in the forests and bays. Show notes for all of these episodes can be found on my website at https://suzanneredmond.com/my-podcast/list-of-artists/
On this weeks episode, Andrew speaks with Alaskan offender Jason Vukovich. Jason Vukovich has been dubbed 'The Alaskan Avenger'. Jason is serving a 28 year prison sentence, 5 of which is suspended, for attempted assault and robbery.Unforbidden Truth Linktree: https://linktr.ee/UnforbiddentruthJason's Linktree: https://linktr.ee/jason.vukovich
It's not everyday that you get to interview a massively talented touring musician who has a lot of interest in being a really good human. Zach is a Portland loving Alaskan who has a really infectious smile that lights up his whole face and sets the tone for the first part of this two part special. First we get into family love, travel chaos and long term friendships. As a bassist in a band so many people know from the radio and commercials and more, it's so refreshing to know how much he loves pet hamsters and cherry squares. There is so much more than music to this brother from another mother ( Hi Judy!). We all trip down music poster memory lane and hear awesome band mom stories galore. Plus Zach gives a very excellent tip for getteing the most out of a one day trip to a new place.The second part to this heavy hitter is a big honor for us. We are following the lead from our friends at the PTM foundation and asking April Holder to talk with us about topics that are often ignored because of the seriousness of cultural divide. April is an incredibly talented artist who has a snarky wit and sharp edge to her personality. We had the best time talking before this sit down and we had many hugs and laughs afterward too. But for this segment we are getting into the hard stuff so buckle up. Boni and Shannon ask several questions while listening to April and they know it may sound ignorant or off putting. In our opinion not asking is worse than asking the wrong things and learning how to be better. As we are in the week of Thanksgiving let's look at what we are mindful of and treat this "holiday" in a way that is respectful and inclusive. Being thankful everyday is something April touched on and it resonated.Thankful and grateful for these two beautiful souls and for all of you.Find Zach and April at the following social media spots.You can find Zach and his Portugal.The Man adventures here:@zacharycarothers@portugalthemanYou can find April on Instagram @aeon_fluxus and also on TikTokYou can find out more about the PTM Foundation online at www.ptmfoundation.org and on IG @ptmfoundationYou can find the YAT sisters at the regularly scheduled locations:InstagramTwitterPatreon - New Bonus Episodes and silly cutting room floor episodes coming soon.You Are That Merch!! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
WE ARE BACK!! In this episode, you'll learn all about our hosts, Lesli and Sidney, and what to expect on this new-and-improved podcast, Generation Whatever!! Get ready for girl chat, real talk, and lots of bunny trails! In this weekly podcast, Sidney Roth and Lesli Olsen, a 20-something and a 40-something take you behind the scenes of life as Alaskan women, influencers, among all the other hats they wear. Join in as Sidney and Lesli offers a front row seat and an inside look into their corners of the world. Including, but not limited to: their relationships, social media, entrepreneurship, girl chat, pop culture, and so much more! We can't wait for you to listen!
Hey HBs! It's Thanksgiving week for us Americans! That means a special encore episode of a favorite Thanksgiving book! This one features an heiress determined to prove her worth in the Alaskan wilderness and a lawyer with *deep* *dark* *issues* who accidentally-on-purpose got lost in the wilderness. They're objectively terrible people! CW: faith, specifically Christianity, is a huge topic in this book. We tried to be respectful of religion in general, while still comment on these characters and their actions. If we missed the mark, we apologize. It was unintentional. Bonus Content: Erin gives us the skinny on the Anchorage Heiress scene, so much awesome *Bing Boong Bong* Wilderness/Camping/Alaska/Bear/Safety facts with Erin, Melody sings you a little diddy, a snowman called Parson Brown, and SO MUCH MORE. Lady Loves: Erin: Coffee and Quaq! It's an awesome podcast all about life as modern Alaskan Natives. Get the real story from people's lived experiences! Melody: Dash and Lily on Netflix! IT'S SO GOOD! Support Us by supporting our sponsors: - Maggie Preston's Hearts of Louisiana series! - Radish! Unlimited romance stories in a serialized format right from an app on your device, and it's free! Go to radish.social/hb to sign up today! By going through our link, you get a 12 coin bonus!! Make sure to check out Mel's new podcast Bonkers Romance! Subscribe! Rate! Review! Tell all your friends :) Get more content on PATREON!! Sign up for our Newsletter! MERCH! Teepublic, Chicaloo Kate, Redbubble Make your life better and hire Natalie to assist you!!! And follow our socials: Instagram: @heavingbosoms Twitter: @heaving_bosoms
Writer Blair Braverman takes us inside the world of dog mushing. Braverman and her racing partner / husband Quince Mountain have a book, 'Dogs on the Trail,' that profiles their team of Alaskan huskies. We talk about the Iditarod race and her experience on the Discovery reality show 'Naked and Afraid.'We also talk with Nikole Hannah-Jones, who created the '1619 Project,' marking the 400th anniversary of the beginning of American slavery, when a ship carrying enslaved Africans landed in the British colony of Virginia. It started as a 'New York Times Magazine' edition and is now a book called 'The 1619 Project: A New Origin Story.' Hannah-Jones won a Pulitzer Prize for her essay in the project.And David Bianculli reviews a new documentary about Kurt Vonnegut that was almost 40 years in the making.
Today is a historic day for justice and the rule of law we will discuss briefly. We have Special Guest Robert Eric Canterbury joining us to discuss his run in Maricopa 2024 as well as some great hunting and sustainable forage this time of year. My favorite and irreplaceable Guest Host Lori-ann Host of the Lucid Libertarian w/Lori-Ann Show joins us. Patriots Now is the time to organize for 2022 elections. I know it seems early but flipping EVERY SEAT RED is the only clear path forward to surviving until 2024. Join The Discussion Call in 1-(319)527-6208 Then Press1
Will MacKenzie has lived in an Alaskan cave for 30 days, worked as a kayak instructor in Montana, sold grilled cheeses at Grateful Dead concerts and won twice on the PGA Tour. He's now found his footing as a caddie for the likes of Chris Kirk, where he grapples with thoughts of making a comeback and the reality that fishing sounds a lot more enjoyable than hitting range balls. He joins Tom Coyne between rounds at the RSM Classic at Sea Island to unpack his wild ride of a life, and to pinpoint why it always seems to lead back to golf.
Good show this week where I'll have the 2021 Smoked Porter from the Alaskan Brewing Company as the Beer In Front. I also talk about good beers from Revolution, Brooklyn, and Wellspent. I have some details on a beer from Dovetail that will use malt that hasn't been used in beer since WWII. Alaskan Brewing Company Dovetail Brewery
This Episode of Booch Ball is brought to you by Zip Kombucha. Go to Alaska and visit Jessie in the Zip Kombucha taproom, located at 3404 Arctic Blvd, Anchorage, AK 99503. (bring a jacket, its cold up there)Jessie hooked the boys up with a six-pack of Zip Kombucha, made with real Alaskan glacier-melt water. The boys sample Jessie's favorites, Ginger Rodgers and Blueberry Mary.Turns out there's not much football in Alaska, but Jessie gave it his best shot in Pickin' anyway, with the help of his trusty nickel #CoinFlipSlate:Michigan State @ Ohio StateSMU @ CincinnatiOregon @ UtahColorado St @ HawaiiVirginia Tech @ MiamiZip Kombucha Alaskan for Booch
Have you dreamed of taking an Alaskan vacation with your family? A cruise is an easy option but have you ever considered flying to Anchorage and exploring from there? We have Brooke Milne from Look It's Brooke joining us to share all the details on planning a family vacation to Alaska. She share the 5 cities she visited with her family, what they did, what they booked ahead of time, where they ate, hikes they took, glaciers they saw, and so much more.
The tight rental market in Anchorage is forcing some families into homelessness. Also, the medical director of a local child abuse clinic draws scrutiny. And an Alaskan is turning his bear attack experience into a movie.
Braverman says you never ask a musher how many dogs they have, because between puppies, fosters and retirees, you'll never get a straight answer. "The secret" she says, "is to ask, 'How many dogs are you feeding?'" For Braverman, that number right now is 24. Braverman and her racing partner / husband Quince Mountain have a book, 'Dogs on the Trail,' that profiles their team of Alaskan huskies. We talk about the Iditarod race, her dogs' personalities, and her experience on the Discovery reality show 'Naked and Afraid.' Also, Ken Tucker reviews 'Breaking Point' by Jackson+Sellers.
On this episode we talk with the guys from 40 mile air in Tok, Alaska. We talk about winter coming early, the logistics of going hunting in Alaska, the difference in being a pilot now and 50 years ago and much more.To learn more about 40 Mile Air and inquire about bookings check them out here: https://40-mileair.comTo get your gear and to check out Seek Outsides Black Friday deals, check out our website: https://seekoutside.com
On this episode we talk with the guys from 40 mile air in Tok, Alaska. We talk about winter coming early, the logistics of going hunting in Alaska, the difference in being a pilot now and 50 years ago and much more.To learn more about 40 Mile Air and inquire about bookings check them out here: https://40-mileair.comTo get your gear and to check out Seek Outsides Black Friday deals, check out our website: https://seekoutside.com
Watch the full video interview on YouTube here: https://bit.ly/michaeleaster441 Michael Easter (IG: @michael_easter) is the author of The Comfort Crisis, a contributing editor at Men's Health magazine, columnist for Outside magazine, and professor at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV). His work has appeared in more than 60 countries and can also be found in Men's Journal, Vice, Scientific American, Esquire, and others. In this episode, we discuss: The evolution of The Comfort Crisis Time spent outdoors has great mental health benefits Michael's 33-day Alaskan backcountry hunting trip Boredom tells us to go do something different The nature pyramid The feeling of hunting for the 1st time The unforgiving weather conditions in the Arctic tundra Understanding for one thing to live, another has to die How do other cultures view death? Traveling to Bhutan to learn the secret to happiness The cosmic calendar concept Death used to be more intimate Rites of passage What is a misogi? The discomfort of failure The benefits of accomplishing a misogi Experiencing periods of hunger Expanding your comfort zones makes your life better Practicing gratitude gives you perspective Working for your food The big difference between loneliness and solitude Block off time every day for solitude Balancing screen time Show sponsors: Organifi
Sponsor: Moink delivers grass-fed and grass-finished beef and lamb, pastured pork and chicken, and wild-caught Alaskan salmon, direct to your door - helping Family Farms become financially independent outside of big agriculture.Their animals are raised outdoors, their fish swim wild in the ocean, and Moink meat is free of antibiotics, hormones, sugar, and all the other junk you find pre-packaged in the meat aisle. Sign up at https://MoinkBox.com/BUBBA to get a Year of Bacon for FREE and then pick what meats you want delivered with your first box. Change what you get each month and cancel anytime. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this 104th in a series of live discussions with Bret Weinstein and Heather Heying (both PhDs in Biology), we discuss the state of the world through an evolutionary lens.How can higher education be saved? The University of Austin launched this week, to much enthusiasm, some ridicule, and cautious optimism. We discuss what higher ed in general, and UATX in particular, needs to consider, including that faculty need to know something real, be able to communicate it, and have a fundamental belief in the humanity of their students. We discuss religion in the context of Chesterton's fence, and apologies. What is an apology, why are apologies not just valuable but necessary, and how is modernity rendering them less useful? Finally: an update on the zoo giraffes who died, which we discussed last week: they had not been vaccinated, according to a Newsweek fact check. And a short discussion of quail.Get your Goliath shirts right here: store.darkhorsepodcast.orgHeather's newsletter, Natural Selections (subscribe to get free weekly essays in your inbox); last post: why we should not allow medical transition for children; next post: higher ed: https://naturalselections.substack.comSupport the sponsors of the show:Moink: Grass-fed and grass-finished beef and lamb, pastured pork and chicken, and wild caught Alaskan salmon. Visit www.moinkbox.com/darkhorse to get a year's worth of ground beef free when you sign up. Allform: Get 20% off any order (of a beautiful sofa) from Allform at https://allform.com/darkhorseVivo Barefoot: Shoes for healthy feet—comfortable and regenerative, enhances stability and tactile feedback. Go to www.vivobarefoot.com/us/darkhorse to get 20% off, and a 100-day free trial.*****Our book, A Hunter-Gatherer's Guide to the 21st Century, is now available for at amazon. https://www.amazon.com/dp/0593086880/ref=cm_sw_r_tw_dp_5BDTABYFKRJKZBT5GSQAHeather's newsletter, Natural Selections (subscribe to get free weekly essays in your inbox): https://naturalselections.substack.comFind more from us on Bret's website (https://bretweinstein.net) or Heather's website (http://heatherheying.com).Become a member of the DarkHorse LiveStreams, and get access to an additional Q&A livestream every month. Join at Heather's Patreon.Get your Goliath shirts right here: http://store.darkhorsepodcast.orgLike this content? Subscribe to the channel, like this video, follow us on twitter (@BretWeinstein, @HeatherEHeying), and consider helping us out by contributing to either of our Patreons or Bret's Paypal.Looking for clips from #DarkHorseLivestreams? Check out our other channel: @DarkHorse Podcast Clips Theme Music: Thank you to Martin Molin of Wintergatan for providing us the rights to use their excellent music.Q&A Link: https://youtu.be/NIOycjlVc5kMentioned in this episode:University of Austin: https://www.uaustin.orgFact Check: Did Dallas Zoo Giraffes Die After COVID Vaccine? https://www.newsweek.com/dallas-zoo-giraffe-covid-vaccine-death-sick-1647415Fact Checkers Aren't Scientists (Heather's first Substack post, from July 2021): https://naturalselections.substack.com/p/coming-soonSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/bretweinstein)
Are you really prepared for these coming months perhaps years of food shortages? I will share the essentials your pantry must have as well as keeping it all pest free. Would love to hear from listeners your favorite pantry or prep tips. Call in 1-(319)527-6208 then press 1 to join the show. We also will have commentary on the current crisis that our Country is in the midst of. I will be joined by my Guest Host Lori-ann. The Host of The Lucid Libertarian w/Lori-ann Show on Freedomizerradio.live Sundays 6-9pm Pacific
Quite often on the show, what you'll hear me say is stuff along the lines of "Hey, you are just a salesperson chasing another check if you are only counting the commission as the real value of closing a transaction instead of leveraging your transactions. When I was selling real estate, the goal of the listing was not to sell the damn house, the goal was to leverage the house for additional buyer leads brand building, and certainly to solidify the relationship with the person that we represented. It's never a matter of just selling a house. So today, Sherry Johnson is going to walk us through exactly what she calls sort of the gold mine pipeline. She's a coach nationally. She's been doing this for years, and she's got a wealth of knowledge. She sold for almost 10 years, then went into leadership and management with a huge company, Howard Hanna Real Estate. There, she grew the sales volume of 750 agents from 600 million to 1.7 billion in four years. Today, she provides solutions for agents, individual agents, teams, large teams, mega teams, and also provides management and brokerage executive level coaching for companies.Three Things You'll Learn in This EpisodeWhy you should be running a business and not being a salesperson chasing a checkWhat the goldmine pipeline system isHow to grow your sales volumeResourcesSherri Johnson CoachingReal Estate Marketing DudeThe Listing Advocate (Earn more listings!)REMD on YouTubeREMD on InstagramTranscript:So how do you attract new business, you constantly don't have to chase it. Hi, I'm Mike way ambassador, real estate marketing. This podcast is all about building a strong personal brand people have come to know, like trust and most importantly, refer. But remember, it is not their job to remember what you do for a living. It's your job to remind them. Let's get startedWhat's up ladies and gentlemen, welcome another episode of the real estate marketing dude podcast, another Friday here, and actually, this show is gonna go live tomorrow. So this is like real time, like, I'm low on shows, and I'm loading up. But it's a good one. I was just on her podcast. And I know the last few weeks, I've been doing a lot more like training and whatnot. But I wanted to bring on a coach. And she's got a really cool system. Quite often on the show, what you'll hear me say is stuff along the lines of like, Hey, you are just a salesperson chasing another check. If you count the real value of closing a transaction that only commission you have on that deal specifically, and not leveraging your transactions, the next one. So when I was selling real estate, the goal of the listing was not to sell the damn house and it was gonna sell fucking house. The goal, the goal was to leverage the house for additional buyer leads brand building, and certainly to solidify the relationship with the person that we represented. Because it's never a matter of selling a house. Like my goal is to sell everyone for houses and under referred into for more relationships that I can read, rinse and repeat the same damn thing. So we're talking about running a business and not being a salesperson chasing a check. So our guest today is Sherry Johnson is going to walk us through exactly what she calls sort of the gold mine pipeline. She's a coach nationally. She's been doing this for years, and she's got a wealth of knowledge. So without further ado, let's go ahead and welcome Miss Sherry Johnson to the show. Sherry, how are you and thank you for joining us.Hey, Mike, thanks for having me. I'm excited to be on your awesome podcast and talk about this. Yeah, it's gonna be to be hopefully one of your best episodes I have, I think.Let's go in. I want you to tell everyone, just brief background, who the hell are you? Where do you come from how you been doing this, and then we'll get into it.Awesome. So I am in Cleveland, Ohio, born and raised, and I've been a real estate broker for 25 years, I'm going to 26 I was a top agent at a company we had two huge independent companies here in Cleveland. So I sold for almost 10 years, I then went into leadership and management with a huge company, Howard Hanna real estate. They're huge. We had, I think I had 750 agents in my territory after managing a couple of offices. Through the goldmine pipeline system that I created, when I was an agent, grew the sales volume of those 750 agents from 600 million to 1.7 billion in four years. And that was done through aggressively coaching and helping agents through the go my pipeline, but also, you know, going after being a listing agent, and as you said, selling three to five houses off of every listing and also, you know, getting clients for life and building a 90% referral base. So four years ago, or maybe now almost four and a half years ago, I started sharing Johnson coaching, which was a life goal of mine since I was 27 years old to have my own national speaking coaching and consulting company. We provide solutions for agents, individual agents, teams, large teams, mega teams, and then we also provide management and brokerage executive level coaching for companies and we are our preferred coaching company for some of the large brands. But at the end of the day, it's all about giving and adding value to agents to help them compete and win at higher level and grow really amazing businesses while working smarter, not harder. And, you know, not getting distracted by a lot of things out there. lead sources can come we're gonna talk about that, where can you go deep and one of those is with your database, or client base, also known as and I think we you know, there's there's lots of ways to do this business. I think agents just need to focus and have a system and a strategy and that's what I'm gonna deliver today for you with the goldmine pipeline. I have two kids by the way, I didn't mention that.Manage that you managed to finally get a couple kids in there through all this.I love my daughter Tori and 14 year old son Matthew, they're like little awesome individual. Many people they're just amazing. And they inspire me every day and I'm a big runner. I run half marathons and I love to run and I love I love real estate. I'm just like so stoked to be here. So thanks. Cuz you're amazing. And you were amazing on my podcast, by the way, sothank you. Yeah, well, um, let's get into it because you're exactly right. When you say there's a system, they're running this business. And I think we're the why so many agents like fail from the beginning is because they don't approach it like a business or have a system to it, they approach it, like you're working in for a sales position, and you're working for someone that hires you to go out and sell stuff each and every month. And you can't run a business that way. It just won't work. It just, it doesn't work. I mean, statistically, and I hate saying that cliche, but 87% of agents fail after five years. And that's because for reasons that's four out of five people don't make it. And I think a lot of it has to do with what they're being taught at the very beginning. Cold calling door knocking and you're burning people out, you're so you're taking like a bunch of sales, people who aren't even really sales, people are trying to mold them into salespeople, and then it just turns into an ugly mess. So let's get into this gold mined pipeline and start from square one, I want you to walk me through sort of give me what are we going to focus on first, and let's go through sequential order, so everyone could sort of follow it,I send out so you are the CEO of your business, you're gonna call yourself CEO, but you have to run out like a business, as Mike just said. And, you know, it's, it's not just gonna happen, like people, I think, get the get their license, and they mistakenly think that everyone in their sphere is gonna use them, which happens at some point, it will happen. But you have to have a plan. And we can't hope that people are just going to use, you can't hope you're going to do this business, you have to actually have a plan and make it happen, and be intentional and on purpose and what the goldmine pipeline is going to do for you. And what's so great about this pipeline, Mike is that it works, no matter what someone's current production is, okay, so if someone's already doing eight or 10, or 15 million or 20 million, they can use it to do 10, or, you know, to grow their business double or triple it, I have agents that are doing 100 million that use this system, everyone on their team is on it. So it doesn't matter what your current production is brand new, or you've been licensed for a long time. So it doesn't matter your years of experience, it doesn't matter your current production, this will create what I love the most which every agent, the reason 87% fail, is they don't ever develop consistent or predictable monthly income and they sell a house one month, don't sell a house the next month. And it's this ugly roller coaster issue. So perfectly stated. It's like, they just don't have enough people. And the biggest thing I've seen over these 26 years of leading and developing agents is that they have like two to three people that they focus their time and attention to over a 30 to 40 Hour Work Week, you've seen this movie, doing research for those three to five people. And they just don't have enough people that are having have conversations with enough people. And so while agents discount the ones who say, I'm not going to do anything for six to 12 months, they don't put them on a list, they never follow up with them. And what I say is opportunities are not lost. We didn't lose those opportunities. Those people went and bought a house eventually and listed their home with somebody else. So opportunities are lost, they go to someone else go my pipeline system will help alleviate that and not have that happen anymore. When you lose that listing. You know, agents will say to me Why didn't believe these people because they said they weren't going to do anything for a couple of months. And two weeks later the house is you know, frickin listed. And there's a sign in the yard or they see an MLS and they're like whiplash thinking How did this happen? And I'm like, Well, you didn't maximize the opportunity. And you didn't overcome their objection to listen, somebody else did. The what the goal my pipeline system will do is create consistent and predictable monthly income, which I love. So you're starting out and you want five grand a month or eight grand a month or 10 or 12,000 a month or more. You can create consistent and predictable monthly income by having more people on the list and taking everybody I mean, do we really care when I meet somebody at an open house and they don't know they started looking, you know, my line is hey, I work with you at your pace and your speed. Whether this takes two weeks, two months or two years I'm not going anywhere. Right and we take out that like Parana pneus of like I only want to work with you if you're ready now and and so when people like that they like that I'm not going to show houses for two years for God's sakes that's another problem people do but I'm saying is keep them on your list because even the two year person is going to sell in less than two years Okay, they just haven't wrapped their head around that yet. So what happens is they agents are spending all their time and attention on these two to three people they consider a buyers and if those things don't pan out Mike what do we have? We have like a big fat wellthis is what happens when you do I mean it's why the peaks and valleys everyone spends time on the two to three you close them you're like shit, I need two to three more. Then you spend two to three months trying to find those two, three more than you rinse and repeat the same fucking thing over and over again. And that's why the average agent only sells six to nine houses. I could trip over six to nine sales a year. But I want to point out something that you said, it's really good. You're right, you have to, it's like, you meet someone in an open house, you have a good conversation, you know that if they were ready now that they would probably work with you, you just either get that feeling or you don't. And same thing, if it comes off a lead online, you're like, hey, you have a good rapport with somebody, Okay, I gotta, this guy's gonna buy a house. But the problem is, he's not gonna move here till about nine months. So How the hell am I gonna stay in touch with them? Listen, folks, if you just like continuously, every time you communicate with them, for the first time that you meet them to the time they're ready, if it's always about work, you're fucking slick salesman, at least in their eyes. And there's a way to humanize and nurture that relationship through other ways that you're not always having to talk about work, like trust me, once you meet someone first, and you establish the point that your agent, like, great, I got your an agent, okay, but doesn't mean that every time you talk to him in the future, you're gonna be like, written by anybody where he saw you already. So think about that salesperson that did that to you. Usually, it's in the form of a financial planner. And every time they come up to you, they just keep coming after you, you're like, your ego ready to go, we're gonna go dinner, like, I know, you're trying to sell me something, and then we get turned off. So I'm really interested to see how you're going to position this Go right ahead, keep going.So the goldmine pipeline will actually cast a wider, bigger net, so that you're having more conversations with more people at varying stages of their home buying or selling process. And so some of those people are going to be a, but that might look like a right now, some are going to be be some are gonna be C and then in the pipeline, where we define a, b, and c is like, A, it's going to be 70. In the next 60 days, they're given Lister or bi, B would be up to six months, and C would be over six months, right? And what happens is we actually take your list instead of Mike, everyone has a list of leads, and we take the list, and you actually monetize the sales value of each of those people. So if you're in an average $400,000 market, and you have 10 leads, that would potentially be listing prospects, even if you haven't even spoken to them yet, you just know they might be a possible listing. And even when you know you're getting 10 of those leads for 100,000 apiece, we're at 4 million already right now, just intend. Now you say okay, Sherry, I've got 20 potential sellers, at varying stages of ready to sell. Now I met 20 times 400, a pop or $8 million. And I haven't even talked to you about your buyer side, potential client relationships yet. So think about this. So now go to page two on the form, and the strategy and we're gonna look at all buyers, okay, same thing, identify what timeframe they're in roughly A, B, or C ranking, and then put a value for them. And when we add that up, and it's 10, we've got another 4 million if it's 20, we have another 8 million. And so if you have 20, buyer leads and 20. Let's do it. So it's many of you do, you're sitting on what I call unrealized business, when you look at it in terms of monetized value, not because we look at people as $1 sign sale, but because if you saw what's on your pipeline right now, and it was $16 million, I think you'd feel like the Rockstar agent that you are or could be, right? So coaching is not making people great. It's actually bringing out your potential of what you have. And you just don't realize youhave given potential.When agents come to me and they say, oh my god, here's a here the two bad examples everybody resonates with. They come to me and they say I have these three things that are happening. And I'm going out of town for you know, four days. I said, okay, can any of them happen before you get them any signed before you leave now? Okay, great. Let me know if you need anything. Well, two of them got listed. When was one was an expiring listing for 350 that got listed by you know, it's sold, actually. The other one got listed. It was 215. And it was that lifted by another agent in the office. She lost that so both those deals are gone. Before the four days are up. She comes into my office. My name is Jane, God bless her and she says you're not going to believe this. And I said why? She said my buyer that was going to write for 450 bought a for sale by owner. And I said, well, obviously you have other people in the pipeline. She said no. And this is what we hear. I was counting on those three things. She's crying, she was counting on a commission. I'm gonna sucks people. This is not how you This is why you are failing. And so to be totally blunt, it's like, oh my god, okay. So now as you said, we have to start over 90 days, two months it takes to cultivate, so then conversely with a better story, so you cannot just have three eggs and The basket people, it just it's not the way to do this business and you'll hate it. It is an up and down financial roller coaster. And again, any one of those blows would have been would have sucked just one of them all three, she didn't have if she had 25 or 30 more people to go talk to you, okay, she could have absorbed those hits. And then and and failures, you know, as out of her control a little bit. But like she could have gone to those other 25 to 30 leads, she didn't have anything in the backlog. So on the on the opposite spectrum. I had an agent come to me, one of the office and she came in and she said, You know, I feel like a loser 15 year veteran. Okay, she said, I feel like a loser. I said, Well, you're not a loser. She said, But I only have four buyers. And I said, Okay, handle the forum, I said, how many people you're talking to about listing their house? And she's like, well, I have a lot of those I said, are touch that have a ton of them. They said, Well, what's a ton? And like she said, I have 25 of those at least. And I said, if 25 listing leads, and you're telling me you're a loser, right? She said, Yeah. And I said, How many of those people are moving out of state? And she said, none of them and I said, Okay, so you have 54 pieces of business right here. Go fill this out, write down the numbers, fill in the blanks write down that value of each one of those potential sale, she came back 12 and a half million dollars. Okay, she's hugging me. She's feels like 10 She feels like 10 million 12 million. And And the truth was she about a 225 average sale price. And what I what she said to me, Mike is this, and this is where we fail again, she said to me, Well, none of these people are asking me to list their house. And I said they're not going to like we know what to do when a lead says Hey, Mike, I'm ready to sell my house. Hey, Cherie, like, I'm ready to go, I already bought a house and moving my leases up, I've already sold my house, I need to do this. Now. We know what to do when people call us. And when they do. What happens for these agents is it shows up in a blue frickin Tiffany box with a white bow on it, it's a gift. It happens once in a while. And it doesn't certainly doesn't happen often enough for people to make 150 or $350,000 a year. So if you want to be an agent that's making more money, you have to go make this happen. And so I said to her, they're not going to you have to add value and get yourself appointments of these people and get them excited about moving and go see their house. And so once you fill this pipeline up, she had, again, 54 pieces of the business 24 or 25, listing leads, and 29 buyer sides. And I said to her, you don't have any dialogue scripts, or talk tracks or strategies to get an appointment. So you need to come to life coaching each come i training and Thursday, whatever it was, and I'll teach you how to get appointments. So we fail, and we suck miserably as an industry at adding value to convert leads into clients and then getting appointments. So if you you could actually work a smaller number of people and just be more effective with a better strategy and get more business than trying to throw you know, whatever.I mean, these are these are conversations. All right. These are. So these are so in would you say within the last three to six months? What's what's timeframe, like how often? What should we call these as like conversations that you guys have had, whether you're buying or selling with consumers, over a periodof what? Well, whatever it takes. So people stay on this list really until they buy or die or tell you to stop calling and most people are not going to tell you to stop calling unless they have bought something. So I followed up with it with a lead from an open house Mike for 11 months, I didn't show houses for 11 months, I followed up with a 45 second voicemail that I left people that said, hey, Sherry Johnson, with XYZ company, I sent you some less days I'd love to show you these houses when you're ready like no this day or this day. They didn't call me they didn't call me. And there are many coaches out there that say after someone goes shoo, you know, dump them after the third time. That's not my strategy at all. If they're just not calling me back, that's okay. I actually would call and laugh and say, Hey, tell me if you want me to stop calling and I will. But I probably won't. I'm gonna I'm gonna call you again next month. I'm going to call you again next month. And what happened is these folks were like, in the 11th month, which coincidentally happened to me November, they said to me, Sherry Johnson, you are the only person that stayed in touch with us. We'd like to listen and sell our house. Can you come over this week now? I was like, yeah, and then I and then here's what's crazy. They listed and bought with me and then less than two years in less than two years they did it again. And that time the house I sold them was for it was a 450 list and they bought for 650 and this is a repeatable and the fortune is in the follow up people it is how long did it take me to make those two calls a month, right? It did. I made two calls. Add value, I stayed in touch. And really those people had I not stayed in touch with them 11 months. So here's what's cool. The Goldmine pipeline is like the Alaskan pipeline, it goes on forever. And you're sitting on a goldmine if you build a big enough backlog of people, like I used to sell 75 houses. And I had about 125 good leads on my list at all times. And so you can very mathematically with my formula, figure out exactly how many people have to be on the pipeline that you're going to convert over, you know, the next 636 12 months, you need business six months from now. So when somebody says they're not ready, that's okay. That's awesome. I actually need business eight months from now, because I don't know where that sales gonna come from. And this is funny, Mike, this actually came from me sitting around as an agent, saying, where's my next deal coming from? I did about three and a half million my first year in 1996, when we still had books, and we weren't online, really MLS books. And, and I was like, where am I getting my next sale? So I would write down everybody, because I'm even remotely talking to you. And then I would write down everybody about buying. And I would add it up. And I would I would be like, Look, I could do 8 million look, I could do you know, it'sfunny, I used to run around the notepad. That's how I kept track, as I said, but the white notepad and I remember having like 10 pages of people, I would just go through those names every day. And I would write my last notes. There's no system of follow up, and it's okay, follow up on this one, or I'd add it to my paper calendar. And follow up on it. So let's get into the communication part. Sure. How are we staying in touch? What's the conversation? Like? Are you reaching out on phone? Are you hitting any given them through email? So let's just take the average person that you have a conversation with, but I think where people get stuck is like, alright, they're not ready. But what the fuck do I say to them during this time? So like, let's get through the nurturing content? And how are we nurturing these people until they're ready, because you can't, you have value but you can't always be like, by you got it, it's there's a thin line, right? There's a you can always just be like, you can't be that slick salesman, but you can also be that non aggressor either, because that also says something. So what is the communicationyou're doing? Once somebody comes into your fold into your environment, they go on everything, right, you get their email, and you add them to your, your, your Facebook group, that's a private group that only your clients and past clients and family friends referral sources are in, you start to build a relationship with them. And, you know, if you identify at the beginning, you say here, I have an exclusive homebuyer guide that has everything I need to know about buying a home, I tell agents to take the explicit homebuyer guide, we give them one, but if you don't, if you already have one, and break that into like 15 emails, if they're gonna buy with you and list with you, you use that campaign and you say, it's never too soon to have me over to look at your house, I'm not coming to list it. I mean, I am coming to list it. But I want to come there first and see the house. Because I add value to the process before you go to Home Depot or hire a contractor. I can tell you, I could save you time and money and tell you exactly what to do with that slight floor in the back hall that you're thinking needs to go because you haven't sold a house in 15 years. And you don't know that today's buyers love slate. So you can add value early on. And then what happens is those people are like, You know what, we met you and now we're excited and the interest rates and this and that, we're gonna move it up, and now we're going to buy and move sooner. So I would put them on a very good email campaign doesn't have to be complicated. You don't have to spend a ton of money on a CRM, you can if you have a CRM, these come with those, you could just develop 16 emails that go out over time, with different points where you would say, you know, I'm still here, I'm if you're looking, if you're ready, still thinking of making a move? You know, for your SI people, I think your follow up, you know, a lot of times people make the mistake of thinking a C person is a C person six months after they put them on the list. And it's like, they could have changed, and you just, you're remembering that you made them a C, but that was six months ago or three months ago, they might see people turn into eight people very quickly. And you want to be the one that maximize that opportunity. So I would I would call them I would put them on an exclusive buyer program. Like everyone says, Well what's so exclusive? Well, it's yours number one and you are different than every other agent. So if you don't know that sit down over the weekend or this tonight and say what am I doing that's different than everybody else. My homebuyer guide was my listing tool like I used it as a prop and it got me more listing appointments because I would talk about the buying side but then I would quickly sort of identify you know, I want to come into your house that helps me to see your house while I'm out looking for a house for you. I can see your room sizes, your furniture, colors, things you love about your house and you You heard about your house. And they're like, Oh, no one's ever done that. That makes sense. And I just say, that's how I do things. I want to come see your house, what's in their house. Now we're talking about listing it. Now we're talking about a time frame. It shortens the sale process. And if you all would listen for like a second, here you are salespeople, like we said at the beginning, and your job is to get appointments, like nothing happens. You're not going to write an offer, not going to write a listing contract. If you don't have appointments in your in your schedule this week, it's not going to happen again. And I don't want that to happen is you have bills to pay and your whole family thing. Sure, you know, outworking and I want you to be in that 13% That's actually making money. So go my pipeline, over time should be carried around with you. And when you get lower, you start to see that you sold everything, if Bill your calendar by going back to that thing and saying okay, well to a bar.Like seriously, just go out to a family party. Okay, get together, like, oh, yeah, you have Thanksgiving, like this time that Thanksgiving, Christmas, Halloween, all the parents that were just trick or treating around the neighborhood's 10 to 15% of the people that you're walking around are moving this year, and all of them have referral for you. But here's what we're talking about is talking about building your audience building your list over time and building the wider net. She mentioned something that was important. The Facebook group, not all communication always has to be about real estate, that drip campaign should references just one touch through emails. But if they're also the Facebook group, or friends on Facebook, she's probably also talking about the news restaurant in the community. Right, right. She's also talking about a picture with her fabulous kids. She mentioned earlier, I'm sure it's mixed and matched somewhere in there. And it all starts by that little homebuyers guide you have what's the hook? That was the what gave you the excuse? So like, do you guys have any tools? Or do you guys have any content you own, you guys have any original content that will position you as an expert, like you have to have the basic tools and know your brokerages site is not good enough, because that's their tool, not yours. And you need your own brand. I mean, that's what people are hiring. Soyeah, it could be it could be educational, you could do a video series on your homebuyer guide, put on your YouTube channel and say, Look, if you're interested this is this is available for a minute already. In the meantime, I'm not going anywhere I work at your pace, your speed if we need to, if we need to move that up quicker, I will. But in the meantime, I'm going to put you into our system. And I'm going to share with you we do stuff on you know community involvement, we do a lot for the community, it's just other stuff outside of buying and selling and you're gonna love it because it's all great information. And it's part of the community, we all live work and play, I think that say, I love having conversations that have nothing to do with real estate, because you're at the center of those. So if you haven't done a networking event where you put four or five or eight women together that could all help each other, you know, do that. You're the, you're the center of those things. And when eventually the someone's gonna say, Hey, how's the real estate market share, and you're gonna start talking about the real estate market, everywhere you go. And like you said, this, you know, I made $18,000 at the carwash because I said real estate and I and I was available. And I I capitalized on talking to someone, which is again, what you're supposed to be doing, you know, if you don't like the word prospecting, I say talk real estate to everyone you meet, everywhere you go, you're gonna bump into people, Kid event, sports event, a work event, holiday event, birthday, whatever, you can make money in this business so easily, if you would just think about serving with, you know, value add a value driven strategy, the goal mind pipeline, what's so cool about this is that on the very last page of the pipeline, we separate the A's from the A, B, and C. And when we look at all A, B, and C, it's a pretty big number 16 20 million, whatever. When you just look at the A's, you're able to now forecast like a business owner, what your sales and listings will look like over the next two months. And ultimately what your cash flow will look like which again, we never see that we agents or make money, make no money, right? You don't have to be in that feast and famine, you can actually look at and say I'm I should, over the next two months, make this and this and now you're saying predictability, predictability, I now am in control of my business and you can make whatever you want. You want to double your business, double the amount of appointments should go on, put more people on the pipeline. And by the way, I almost forgot to say like if someone says they have a referral for you like this one guy friend of mine, Josh said I have a referral and my neighbor wants to sell and we're like in a park There's no way I'm getting that information right then. And I said, great, cool that his neighbor, they live in a 650 plus neighborhood. So I'm going to write on the goldmine pipeline under listing lead Josh's neighbors 650. Why cuz I want to remind myself to call the lead referral source, right? Otherwise, that's going to go through the cracks, I'm going to see that house listed and be like, Oh, my God, I talk to somebody and be pissed at myself. Now, you won't be because you put Josh's neighbor 650 on the go my pipeline sheet as a reminder, as a placeholder until you get the clients actual information. So this system is like simple, but it's brilliant, if I may say so. And I've helped 1000s of people like that we're gonna quit the business, say, You know what, I did this. And now I've already sold 3 million. I mean, we take people from a million and a half to 6 million in one year, we take people from six to 60, and so on. So you know, if you want a copy of this, I'm happy to you know, go to just email me, man, you rock at Sherry Johnson comm. We'll put that in, in your podcast if you want. But I'll give you the system, the form and the ways to maximize it. It is a simple system we have provided also in an Excel spreadsheet for people who like it, most agents don't like Excel. But the bottom line is talking to more people. And using this as this is your list to follow up with every week. And if you can't follow up, because your scripts soccer you feel like you just can't you're dead ending everywhere, then, you know, hire somebody hire coach, though, listen to some free content that is out there.So easy, though. Like, it's so easy, like you can't, if you can't follow up? No, I'm just gonna tell them I quit the business like you're not, it's not gonna work like this is really simple. And I don't want to be the negative Nancy over here. But you'll just be honest, like if this is really simple, so I want to, it's so similar to how I used to run my business back home. So here's what I walk you guys through this. And we'll wrap this up and get Sherry's info. So you guys can get a copy of this thing, you definitely get it. But I used to carry a yellow pad in my back pocket. It's how I got started. At four o'clock in the morning in the nightclubs during bottle service, I'd be getting everyone's drunk email addresses and phone numbers. And when conversations for me to get them to start talking about a house was always asking them what they do first, and they always have to ask you what you do next. And it always opened up the conversation for real estate. So like if I knew that 10 to 15% of the market moves every every night, or every night, every year and every night when I go out. I know that I'm just looking for 10 to 15 people to talk to I don't know yet. What I ended up doing was building an email list and a direct mail lists, just friends and family some conversations with real estate or not. But I would always add them to my direct mail list, which meant they got my next touch each and every month. I always add them to my email list, which meant they got my next touch and I wasn't ever talking about real estate. I was just building an audience and it still worked. I was I was I was wishing people happy St. Patty's Day in town where the bar specials were. I was wishing people happy Valentine's Day. My direct mail pieces were just like toilet humor. Fun facts have nothing to do with real estate. But what I realized is that if you have brand associated on communication, whether it's a shirt, you're wearing a hat, you're wearing the sign and Sherry's video right here behind her I know she has Sheri Johnson coaching, she's not doing that on accident. She's doing that on purpose, because you might not be listening to the audio of this. You might be watching the video and um, she's branding, branding, branding, but that consistent communication, because you're right 80% of those people that you have conversations with, end up hiring the first person they meet with when they're seriously ready. So just because you have that one conversation up front, like it's your job to continuously follow up and you don't always have to follow up in a way that involves them, like hogtied them and sending them into a house and getting them pre approved. Like you could just be in relationship with people but it starts by consistent communication to the same audience over time, not only build your brand, but get those people that you're talking to once to actually come back. Well put Jerry, I love it. Why don't you go ahead and give them your website again, so they can know we'll get this all wrapped up?Absolutely. So you can find us at Sherry Johnson calm and that is Sh e r i Johnson. No t so Sherry Johnson sh t ri johnson.com. If you're listening to this, and in there is a on demand webinar on the go mind pipeline that you can download in a minute and just put in fillable form it'll email the the download of this very strategy as a web. It's on our it's on demand, an on demand webinar. The other thing you can do is send an email to you rock at Sherry johnson.com and ask for the goldmine pipeline and mentioned this podcast if you want or just say I want a copy of the Gulf, my pipeline, we'll send it out to you right away. And we have you know, my podcast is you Rock cherry Johnson, are you rock to share Johnson podcast, which is really fun. You can listen to our exclusive interview with Mike because it was fantastic and it was awesome. And yeah, that's how you can find us love to love to share anything with any of you whether you want coaching or you just want some really good free content, I have a tendency to give out a lot of just helpful staff to help you and if you do want coaching, we're happy to help any of you. You could also see all of the coaching programs on my website.Love it. Thank you Sherry class, give her a call. Look her up guys and thank you guys for listening another episode of the real estate marketing dude podcast. I appreciate you guys each and every month. Why don't you guys go ahead and follow us on social if you'd like to contact us seeing subscribe to the show, follow us on Instagram, Facebook, YouTube, subscribe to that channel. And you know if you need more real estate marketing help, we'll script that and distribute all your video content for you without making you look like a total loser on camera will make you look really really really cool. 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It was just shy of closing time at the Common Grounds Coffee Shack on February 1, 2012. 18-year-old barista Samantha Koenig was busy cleaning up towards the end of her shift when her final customer of the night approached the kiosk window. Nothing about the man seemed initially threatening; he ordered an Americano and waited patiently while it was prepared. Not even the ski mask he wore (which might otherwise be a red flag) was out of place in the Alaskan winter. But this man was not here by chance, and he certainly wasn't here for coffee. He had carefully selected this location from a number of shops in the area, singling it out because snowdrifts had obscured the shack from view, and because the employees worked alone. But to Samantha, he was just another customer. She had no idea that she was serving one of the most dangerous serial killers of the 21st century: Israel Keyes. Songs: Infados by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution licence (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/...) Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-... Artist: http://incompetech.com/ Detective Caution - https://www.fesliyanstudios.com/ Dark Shadows - https://www.fesliyanstudios.com/ Footage: Dice Rolling: Video by Wendy Laplume from Pexels Coffee: Video by cottonbro from Pexels Coffee 2: Video by cottonbro from Pexels Money: Video by Tima Miroshnichenko from Pexels ATM Withdraw: Video by Monstera from Pexels ATM Card Insert: Video by RODNAE Productions from Pexels Man Walking in the Woods: Video by Åke Wall from Pexels Police with Red Lights: Video by KM L from Pexels
We can never know another person's thoughts and motivations. Most killers have a reason to commit murder; whether for revenge, jealously, or money, they understand why they killed their victim. Kyung Yoon, though, said he did not know why he killed Amy Sue Patrick. He claimed he murdered her on the spur of the moment, but some evidence suggests Yoon premeditated the crime. Events in this case took a bizarre twist when the troopers arrested Yoon and hauled him to prison. Sources Mathiesen, Peter B. 2015. The Story of Amy Sue Patrick. Tales of the Alaska State Troopers. Skyhorse Publishing. New York, NY. Doto, Pamela. 9-27-1991. House sitter, 18, disappears. Anchorage Daily News. Wohlforth, Charles. 10-7-1991. Wasilla woman apparent murder victim. Anchorage Daily News. 10-8-1991. Suspect apparently took his life after confessing. Anchorage Daily News. 10-8-1991. Man held in murder falls sick in jail, dies. Sitka Sentinel. Enge, Marilee. 10-9-1991. Troopers say Yoon took arsenic. Anchorage Daily News. 10-9-1991. Arsenic Found after murder suspect dies. Sitka Sentinel. 10-12 -1991. Toxicologist tells how arsenic works. Anchorage Daily News. 10-14-1991. FBI probes death of suspect in Anchorage. Sitka Sentinel. Enge, Marilee. 10-16-1991. Yoon's letters ask forgiveness. Anchorage Daily News. 10-16-1991. Troopers defend way murder case handled. Sitka Sentinel. Randall, Gail. 10-19-1991. Troopers call in dogs to search for body. Anchorage Daily News. 10-20-1991. German Dogs to search Alaskan landfill for body. The Seattle Times. Available at: https://archive.seattletimes.com/archive?date=19911020&slug=1311977 Doto, Pamela. 10-26-1991. Search for body on again. Anchorage Daily News. Doto, Pamela. 10-27-1991. Teen's Body Found. Anchorage Daily News. 11-15-1991. Murder suspect's rights not violated, FBI says. Sitka Sentinel. Randall, Gail. 11-20-1991. Crime lab can't tell if teen was molested. Anchorage Daily News. Randall, Gail. 12-4-1991. Yoon killed himself, inquest finds. Anchorage Daily News. Randall, Gail. 3-22-1992. Why did Kyung Yoon confess? Anchorage Daily News. ___________________________________________________________________________ If you would like to support Murder and Mystery in the Last Frontier? Become a patron and join The Last Frontier Club. Each month I will provide one or more of the following to club members. · An extra episode of Murder and Mystery in the Last Frontier available only for club members. · Behind the scenes glimpses of life and wildlife in the Kodiak wilderness. · Breaking news about ongoing murder cases and new crimes in Alaska · Merchandise or discounts on MMLF merchandise or handmade glass jewelry. Become a Patron! _______________________________________________________________________________________ Check out the store: Murder and Mystery in the Last Frontier merchandise. _______________________________________________________________________________________ Subscribe to my free, monthly Murder and Mystery Newsletter for more stories about true crime and mystery from Alaska. Join me on: Facebook Instagram Twitter LinkedIn Visit my website at http://robinbarefield.com Check out my books at Author Masterminds ___________________________________________________________________________________ Recent Book Release __________________________________________________________________________________ If you would like to check out one of my novels, visit The Readers and Writers Book Club, where you can read Murder Over Kodiak - Free! While you are there, take a look at some of the other free book serializations by wonderful authors in nearly every genre you can imagine. Robin Barefield is the author of four Alaska wilderness mystery novels, Big Game, Murder Over Kodiak, The Fisherman's Daughter, and Karluk Bones. Sign up to subscribe to her free, monthly newsletter on true murder and mystery in Ala...
Waqaa! And welcome to an On The Land Mini Series featuring Indigenous Youth Voices! Today's episode features Arthur Hanna. Arthur is from Bethel, and created a podcast documenting the ice road on the Kuskokwim river from his own perspective and from an Elder's perspective.In spring of 2021, we teamed up with the Alaska Humanities Forum, See Stories, and Bitanga Productions to host a month-long podcasting workshop with a small group of middle and high school students across western Alaskan villages. Students had the opportunity to create their own 5-15 minute episode featuring interviews with their family, friends, and their teachers.Mentioned in this Episode: Alaska Humanities Forum https://www.akhf.org/Bitanga Productions https://www.bitangaproductions.com/See Stories https://www.seestoriesalaska.org/On The Land Media ontheland.orgCoffee & Quaq https://www.coffeeandquaq.com/Native Time: Village City https://www.nativetimeak.com/The music for this episode was provided by Epidemic Sound featuring the song Glimmer by AGST
Good Tuesday to you. This is Pastor Toby Sumpter. Today is Tuesday, November 9, 2021. This is the CrossPolitic Daily Newsbrief. Find all our shows at Crosspolitic.com and download the Fight Laugh Feast App at your favorite app store so you don't miss anything. We are currently suspended by youtube for saying bad COVID words, and we don't plan to abide by their rules, so even if we are back up on youtube soon, we will probably get sent back to the corner with a dunce cap shortly. Alaskan Governor Mike Dunleavy Issues Order Background: Recent actions and statements by President Biden attempt to control the health and welfare of Alaskans; an area clearly within the sovereign authority of the State of Alaska under the Tenth Amendment of the United States Constitution. (“The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people”). Neither the President nor the federal government may arbitrarily claim authority from Congress in order to violate the Tenth Amendment. If Congress has not passed clear and specific legislation authorizing action, the federal government cannot impose its will on States and their residents. … Under the authority of Article III, Sections 1, 16, and 24 of the Constitution of the State of Alaska, I, Mike Dunleavy, Governor of the State of Alaska, order the following: The Attorney General shall review any new federal law, regulation, or policy related to IRS monitoring of bank accounts owned by Alaskans and Alaskan businesses. The Attorney General shall review any federal vaccine mandate issued by the Biden Administration and determine whether there are legal grounds to challenge such mandates in court. To the extent allowable by law, no state agency shall participate in, or use state funds or personnel, to further a federal vaccine mandate for employers. The Attorney General will review and oppose efforts by the Federal Government to monitor and negatively affect the ability of Alaskan parents to exercise their constitutional rights by participating in school board meetings. To the extent allowable by law, no state agency shall participate with a federal agency, or spend state funds to participate in, or further any action by a federal agency that infringes on the constitutional rights of Alaskans. Nor may a state agency take actions that would unconstitutionally chill free speech or infringe upon other constitutional rights exercised by citizens against or in support of local school district policies. State agencies shall continue to enforce the criminal code of the State of Alaska. If a federal agency proposes an action to a state agency that would require a state agency to act in a manner that may violate the Alaska or U.S. Constitution, the agency's commissioner shall immediately inform the Attorney General for the State of Alaska and seek legal advice as to how to proceed. Even if this doesn't have much legal teeth, I would still encourage more of this kind of talk by all lesser magistrates. This is called the bully pulpit, and it is one of the ways leaders lead. This is important for fathers, husbands, pastors, and magistrates of every stripe. Say it outloud. Say what is true. A reminder: Have you subscribed to the Fight Laugh Feast Magazine? Three issues are now out and the fourth is being put together for Christmas. Back issues are available to order. Quarterly magazine with articles from Douglas Wilson, George Grant, Gary Demar, Gabe Rench, and myself and many others: plus recipes for feasting and Psalms for singing. $60 for an annual subscription, that's $15 per issue which is like a small glossy book. Perfect for a Christmas gift. Give a subscription to someone you love -- even some enemy you are called to love. Ohio abortion bill seeks to ban all abortions. Bill is called the 2363 Act, which is the number of children killed by abortion everyday. https://thehill.com/homenews/state-watch/579944-ohio-lawmakers-introduce-abortion-bill-that-goes-further-than-texas-law Ohio Republicans introduced a bill on Wednesday that calls for a total ban on abortions in the state, reaching farther than the Texas “heartbeat” law that is currently under examination by the Supreme Court. The bill, called the 2363 Act, which the lawmakers said is the number of children lost to abortion everyday in the U.S., seeks to ban all abortions in Ohio and, like the Texas law, empower “any person” to bring civil action against an individual who performs and abortion or “knowingly engages in conduct that aids or abets the performance or inducement of an abortion.” Individuals who filed such lawsuits will be permitted to ask for $10,000 or more, according to Cleveland.com. The legislation does not include exceptions for rape or incest, but it would shield abortion patients from being sued by individuals who may have gotten them pregnant through rape or another form of sexual violence. The controversial Texas law bans abortion after a fetal heartbeat is detected, something that can occur as early as six weeks into a pregnancy — a point where many women will not know they are pregnant. Ohio Rep. Jena Powell (R), who introduced the bill, said it is about protecting life. “The sanctity of human life, born and preborn, must be preserved in Ohio,” Powell said, according to Cleveland.com. “The 2363 Act is about protecting our fundamental, constitutional right to be born and live. Abortion kills children, scars families, and harms women. We can and must do better.” Here's the bill: https://legiscan.com/OH/text/HB480/id/2440290 Meanwhile, Pittsburgh and Portland now allow city employees to take up to three days of paid “bereavement” leave after having a miscarriage, stillbirth, or abortion. https://www.cnbc.com/2021/10/27/pittsburgh-portland-ore-pass-bereavement-leave-for-pregnancy-loss.html Portland, Oregon, is the latest city to provide bereavement leave for people experiencing pregnancy loss, including abortions. The city's amended bereavement leave policy allows city employees to take up to three days of paid leave if they've had a miscarriage, stillbirth or any other type of pregnancy loss. The policy covers time off for people to recover from an abortion “irrespective of whether deemed medically necessary,” according to the text. The city council approved the changes unanimously earlier in October. Bereavement leave that covers miscarriages and stillbirths is rare, said Elizabeth Nash, a state policy analyst with reproductive health research organization Guttmacher Institute, to OPB. Even more rare is paid leave to recover from an abortion, she told OPB: “This is just incredibly uncommon.” But while paid leave to recover from pregnancy loss is rare, the event itself is “extremely common,” per the Kaiser Family Foundation, which estimates miscarriages occur in up to an estimated 30% of all pregnancies. It can take several weeks for the body to recover physically from pregnancy loss, and longer to recover mentally. In one instance, Rodriguez told OPB, a staffer shared her experience of being a new employee who had yet to accrue any paid time off to use following her pregnancy loss. “She essentially took days without pay to deal with both her physical reaction to what ended up being a medical termination with her doctor's help and the emotional and psychological impact of what happened,” Rodriguez said. “I'm like, ‘OK, we need to figure out how to actually call this out and be proudly saying that this city wants to support families as they're going through this process.'” Saturday Night Live Tries to Laugh About Abortion Play Audio 1:05-1:18, 2:26-3:09 Ok, not really funny. Not really funny to joke about the murder of babies. But the joke is actually Saturday Night Live and Liberals who want to be able to pretend that killing babies is funny or laughable. The Pro-live stance is that women are not clowns. They are amazing creatures made in the image of God. They are to be honored and protected and defended in the covenant of marriage because they are the kind of people who can make new people inside of them. That isn't a joke, but when you try to laugh at the murder of your own child, you are making women into clowns, sad sadistic clowns. Despite the fact that I really don't like agreeing with Portland very much, the fact that they are listing abortion under bereavement leave is far closer to the truth (despite their schizophrenia) than Saturday Night Live. Psalm of the Day: Psalm 3 from My Soul Among Lions Play: 0:00-2:20 Amen! Remember you can always find the links to our news stories and these psalms at crosspolitic dot com – just click on the daily news brief and follow the links. This is Toby Sumpter with Crosspolitic News. 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Bill Molls, the modern day mountain man, has lived a life of real adventure as an Alaskan guide. His stories are amazing and his journey is incredible. Hear all about it this week on A Fist Full of Dirt podcast.
We welcome YOU back to America's leading higher education podcast, The EdUp Experience! It's YOUR time to #EdUp In this episode, President Series #115, YOUR guest is Dr. P. Wesley Lundburg, President at San Diego Miramar College, YOUR special guest cohost is Steven Rice, YOUR host is Dr. Joe Sallustio, & YOUR sponsor is Unmudl! Joe & Steve talk with Wes about higher education & the value proposition clarity of community colleges, especially in the non-credit space. Wes also discusses some of the struggles students face - how one little event can be the straw that breaks the camel's back. There is also a lively discussion around free community college in this episode with some differing opinions, enjoy! P. Wesley Lundburg, a veteran educator who also has served in the Coast Guard & as an Alaskan fisherman, was named president of Miramar College in Mira Mesa, on July 1, 2020. The San Diego-native was interviewed & hired via the Zoom teleconferencing system, making him one of the first college presidents to be chosen that way since the start of the pandemic. Make sure to be the first person to claim YOUR school on Unmudl! Thank YOU so much for tuning in. Join us on the next episode for YOUR time to EdUp! Connect with YOUR EdUp Team - Elvin Freytes & Dr. Joe Sallustio ● Learn what others are saying about their EdUp experience! ● Join YOUR EdUp community at The EdUp Experience! ● YOU can follow us on Facebook | Instagram | LinkedIn | Twitter | YouTube Thank YOU for listening! We make education YOUR business!
Today's recipe is Creamy Spinach Stuffed Salmon.If you'd like to try some sustainably caught Alaskan seafood, you can have it frozen dockside and shipped right to your door if you visit Catch Sitka Seafoods and order there. Use coupon code COOKTHESTORY15 to save $15 on your first box! #adIf you want to make sure that you always find out what today's recipe is, do one or all of the following:Subscribe to the Podcast,Text the word Dinner to 1-833-413-1352,Join the ROTD Facebook Group here (this is a brand new group! You'll be a founding member!),Subscribe to get emails here.Here are the links to some of the items I talked about in this episode: #ad"100 Perfect Pairings: Main Dishes To Enjoy With Wines You Love" by Jill Silverman Hough"100 Perfect Pairings: Small Plates To Serve With Wines You Love" by Jill Silverman HoughInstant-read thermometerHave a great day! -Christine xo
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Ella Embree is a born and bred Alaskan with a big sense of adventure. Recently Ella was inspired by Lael Wilcox to tackle a new adventure – bicycle touring 1000 miles around her home state, some on a tandem. It's all about touring Alaska on this best of, as we listen in on what she was thinking on the eve of the first leg! Originally podcast May 31, 2018.
Waqaa! And welcome to an On The Land Mini Series featuring Indigenous Youth Voices! Today we feature Alfred Barr's episode. Alfred is from Deering, and celebrates his Mom's home cooking and catering business in his podcast. In spring of 2021, we teamed up with the Alaska Humanities Forum, See Stories, and Bitanga Productions to host a month-long podcasting workshop with a small group of middle and high school students across western Alaskan villages. Students had the opportunity to create their own 5-15 minute episode featuring interviews with their family, friends, and their teachers.Mentioned in this Episode: Alaska Humanities Forum https://www.akhf.org/Bitanga Productions https://www.bitangaproductions.com/See Stories https://www.seestoriesalaska.org/On The Land Media ontheland.orgCoffee & Quaq https://www.coffeeandquaq.com/Native Time: Village City https://www.nativetimeak.com/The music for this episode was provided by Epidemic Sound featuring the song Glimmer by AGST
Mary's story is about a chance bear encounter in the Alaskan wilderness, involving some adrenaline, a barking dog, and a whole lot of appreciation for the beauty that can be found in a mother grizzly and her cubs. Mary Emerick is an author and a wilderness planner with the Forest Service, but her real love is long distance hiking. She began her backpacking career at age 5, carrying a pack with a sweatshirt and a stuffed animal. Working as a seasonal wilderness ranger in Idaho and a wilderness kayak ranger in Alaska were highlights of her life. She has section hiked the entirety of the Pacific Crest Trail and a few sections of the Arizona Trail. She enjoys meeting other women on the trail and would prefer never to answer the question, "are you alone out here?" again. Guest Links- Mary's author page- http://maryemerick.com Mary's Personal blog- http://mountainsskin.blogspot.com/ Facebook- https://www.facebook.com/Mary-Emerick-Author-751689821631076 Connect with Anna, aka Mud Butt, at firstname.lastname@example.org You can find the Trail Dames at: Our website: https://www.traildames.com The Summit: https://www.traildamessummit.com The Trail Dames Foundation: https://www.tdcharitablefoundation.org Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/traildames/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/traildames/ Hiking Radio Network: https://hikingradionetwork.com/ Hiking Radio Network on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/hikingradionetwork/ Music provided for this Podcast by The Burns Sisters "Dance Upon This Earth" https://www.theburnssisters.com
We have a feeling that after listening to this episode and imagining the terrain you would cover and the sites you would see hunting upland birds in Alaska, that many of you might research and book a hunting trip to Alaska! Eric, originally from Iowa, moved up to Alaska and took his passion of birds with him. Eric tells many stories of hunting ptarmigan in the Alaskan range. He tells us his story about how he was finally able to bag a sharpie after many years of wanting to bag one! Definitely let us know your thoughts on this episode and be sure to follow Eric on Instagram for some great photos - Alaskan Bird Hunter Check out our Sponsors Tetra Hearing - Use code "FlushEm2021" to save 10% - https://tetrahearing.com/FlushEm MANSCAPED - Use code "RNR20" to save 20% on Man Scaped products Gun Dog Outdoors - gundogoutdoors.com use code "Ringnecks" to save 10% Dakota283 - dakota283.com use code "RNR10" to save 10% Cornerstone Gundog Academy - Save $50 - https://www.cornerstonegundogacademy.com/a/39346/oQ3aXZZf
Our first Halloween Special! Host Rob Prince investigates creepy screams coming from a classroom nearby, an anonymous storyteller talks about the time she heard mysterious voices talking upstairs in the middle of the night, and the legend of the Delta Hand.
Knitted eco-friendly penises, bunny pronouns, and January 6 now being categorized as a war are enough to make anyone's head spin. The farther we delve into the Left's progressive America, the worse and worse it all seems to get. Darren Beattie, from Revolver News, joins the show to talk about the feds' involvement with Jan. 6 as we continue to try to shed light on a seemingly dark and confusing time. ________________________________________________________________ ⇩ TODAY'S SPONSORS ⇩ BIRCH GOLD: Inflation is already running hot…which is why we don't put our trust in fiat currency, we trust gold. Not sure how to get into investing in gold? Check out Birch Gold! Get started on protecting your savings with gold in a TAX SHLETERED account and request a free info kit from Birch Gold by texting the word "OFFENSIVE" to 9-8-9-8-9-8. MOINK: Tired of not knowing where your meat comes from? Our newest sponsor, Moink, delivers grass-fed and grass-finished beef and lamb, pastured pork and chicken, and wild-caught Alaskan salmon, direct to your door - helping Family Farms become financially independent outside of big agriculture. Go to https://www.moinkbox.com/offensive right now and get FREE BACON for a year!! _ RELIEFBAND: Politics making you nauseas? Yeah us too...that is until we found Reliefband. Reliefband is a 100% drug free, non-drowsy band that helps relieve nausea and anxiety. If you go to https://www.reliefband.com/ and use promo code OFFENSIVE you'll get 20% off plus free shipping and a 30-day money back guarantee. Get yours now! _______________________________________________________________ Become a subscriber at BlazeTV https://get.blazetv.com/slightly-offensive/ use my code "ELIJAH" to get $10 off a full year ________________________________________________________________ Slightly Offens*ve Merch: https://shop.blazemedia.com/collections/elijah-schaffer ________________________________________________________________ DOWNLOAD AUDIO PODCAST & GIVE A 5 STAR RATING!: APPLE: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/slightly-offens-ve-uncut/id1450057169 SPOTIFY: https://open.spotify.com/show/7jbVobnHs7q8pSRCtPmC41?si=qnIgUqbySSGdJEngV-P5Bg (also available Google Podcasts & wherever else podcasts are streamed) ______________________________________________________________ ➤BOOKINGS/INQUIRIES: ELIJAH@SLIGHTLYOFFENSIVE.COM _________________________________________________________________ ⇩ SOCIAL MEDIA ⇩ ➤ ELI'S LINKTREE https://linktr.ee/elijahschaffer ➤ SAV'S LINKTREE https://linktr.ee/savsays ➤ INSTAGRAM https://www.instagram.com/slightlyoffensive.tv ➤ PARLER https://parler.com/profile/Elijahschaffer/posts ➤ TWITTER: https://twitter.com/ElijahSchaffer ➤ FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/officialslightlyoffensive _________________________________________________________________ The Idea Of A Free Society...For Kids! Head to https://teachrealprinciples.com for a unique book series that introduces the important ideas that schools no longer teach. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
“The reason that most businesses do not grow and scale fast, or scale at all, is that the owner thinks that they can do it better themselves… That is the challenge for most small business owners, and why they can't get over the hump." CEO/Founder of Groove Life, Peter Goodwin, is a husband, father, and adventure guide who realized his adventure-inspired lifestyle demanded gear that could keep up. After selling The General Lodge - a wilderness retreat that he built with his own hands - Peter founded Groove Life from a desire to design premium, innovative adventure products that are backed by unbelievable customer service. Born in an Alaskan garage, Groove Life now employs over 170 people and produces adventure-inspired outdoor lifestyle product lines with well over 100,000 five-star reviews. Key takeaways: The transformative power of being in nature. [5:30] Bear sleeping? [9:28] Peter's journey to finding his purpose. [12:36] Looking to sell a product online? Here's the formula. [16:38] The best way to differentiate yourself in a competitive market. [19:58] How shifting your thoughts will open the door to success. [22:04] The process of eliminating self-limiting beliefs, and the power of the mind. [25:53] What is the meaning of life? [32:22] The terrifyingly uncomfortable, but necessary, thing we should all be doing at least once a year. [38:48] What's next on the agenda for Groove Life? [43:15] Sponsors: Epoch Whey Protein is a verified grass-fed, delicious tasting and easily digestible whey isolate. Use coupon code JAY to save 20%. With 75 ingredients working together to help with 11 different areas of health, Athletic Greens help detoxify your body, boost your energy, and strengthen your immune system.
This week's hometowns include an Alaskan cruise ship murder and a Liberian champagne punch recipe.
Robert Hansen (or “Butcher Baker” as he was known in the media) is a serial killer who's fascinated Hollywood for years! He and his gruesome crimes have inspired movies (“The Frozen Ground”) and TV shows (“Mind Hunters,” “Criminal Minds”). Robert kidnapped his victims, tortured and sexually assaulted them, and then turned them loose in the Alaskan wildnerness in order to HUNT THEM DOWN like animals! It's believed that he raped 30 women, and abducted and murdered another 17 between 1971 and 1983 though he was only convicted (and ultimately sentenced) for 4 murders total. Jamie and John from True Crimecast return to discuss Robert's background and life, details of the case, stories of the victims, and explain how Robert Hansen was finally captured and why prosecutors only tried him for 4 murders.
[Part 2 of 2] In June 1983, Cindy Paulson ran out onto a highway in Anchorage, barefoot and handcuffed. She was the prized prey of a prolific serial killer who was plaguing the region and had escaped his plans to hunt her down in the Alaskan wilderness – something he had done with many other women... Narration – Anonymous Host Research & writing – Erin Munro and Milly Raso Creative direction – Milly Raso Production & music – Mike Migas Music – Andrew D.B. Joslyn This episode's sponsors: BetterHelp – Get 10% off your first month of professional counselling with a licensed therapist Article – Get $50 off your first order of $100 or more ZipRecruiter – Post your jobs for FREE ShipStation – Try ShipStation FREE for 60 days with promo code ‘CASEFILE' Noom – The last weight loss program you'll need. Start your trial today Coinbase – Get €5 in Bitcoin when you sign up and verify your account. Limited offer for new users only For all credits and sources please visit https://casefilepodcast.com/case-190-the-butcher-baker-part-2