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Wholesale Hotline
The DANGER Of Buyer Broker Agreement Explained! | Astroflipping Breakout!

Wholesale Hotline

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 4:11


  The DANGER Of Buyer Broker Agreement Explained! The danger of a buyer broker agreement is that it contractually ties you to that broker or realtor for six months. There are those agents or realtors who are so protective of their time that for them to agree to work with you, they'll require you to sign an exclusive, six months buyer broker agreement. In their mind, they're thinking that you are a regular buyer who may just be shopping around for a house and who could drop them in an instant even after they've exerted much effort in finding you your house. To ensure that the agent won't mistake you for a regular home buyer, do a good job of explaining what you do in your business, and what exactly you are looking for. Make it clear to them that you are working with many realtors to get deals. Should they insist on making you sign a buyer broker agreement, you can agree to sign a property-specific buyer broker agreement. Sign up for BATCHLEADS: http://www.batchleads.io/Jamil What does Batchleads do? -Map search -Skip tracing -List manager -Text messaging -Direct mail Let's find out how much your deals are ACTUALLY worth! Enjoy a 7-day Trial + 5,000 Property Records for FREE! https://batchleads.io/jamil   ➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖ ☎️ Welcome to Wholesale Hotline & Astro Flipping breakout

Vegas Film Critic
The Astro Twins Interview: Cosmic Love (Prime Video)

Vegas Film Critic

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 5:48


Vegas Film Critic (Jeffrey K Howard)  speaks with The Astro Twins for their new dating reality series, Cosmic Love - streaming on Prime Video. 

Astrological Intentions
211 | Full Moon in Aquarius & Astro Interesting Day!

Astrological Intentions

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 48:47


In the Transits: Mon, Aug 8 Venus opposing Pluto: Love Tune-Up Thu, Aug 11 Sun square Uranus: Freedom & Fear Thu, Aug 11 Venus ingress Leo: Loyal & Royal Thu, Aug 11 Mars sextile Neptune: Feel It Thu, Aug 11 Full Moon in Aquarius: Hot Air Mess⇩ Sandy's Astrological Interesting Day ⇩ Sun, Aug 14 Sun opposing Saturn: Restricted & Challenged Sun, Aug 14 Mars trine Pluto: Make That Change! (Central Time for all dates & times)   Talisman Times: FINISHED:   None UPCOMING: Mon, Aug 8 To excel in the entertaining arts. - SOLD    TALISMAN OF THE MONTH - To retreat in calm solitude. $222 https://intentionbeads.com/collections/talisman-of-the-month On the Horizon WATCH NOW USA's Pluto Return Part IIhttps://intentionbeads.com/products/usas-pluto-return-astrology-webinar-part-ii WATCH NOW USA's Pluto Return Part Ihttps://intentionbeads.com/products/usas-pluto-return-astrology-webinar WATCH NOW August Astrology Forecasthttps://intentionbeads.com/blogs/news/augusts-astrology-forecast August 29 - October 11 Fall Equinox Constellation Bracelet Workshophttps://intentionbeads.com/products/constellation-bracelet January 7 - 14, 2023 2023 Mexico Retreat https://intentionbeads.com/products/retreat-deposit April 1 - 11, 2023 EARLY BIRD: 2023 Bali Retreat https://intentionbeads.com/products/retreat-deposit September 7 - 14, 2023 EARLY BIRD: 2023 Amargos, Greece Retreat https://intentionbeads.com/products/retreat-deposit (Central Time for all dates & times) Our House: Sandy has a news update on the Mars Uranus North Node transit… tune in!   Astrology Meditations: Subscribe now! https://anchor.fm/astrology-meditations

Rune Soup
Talking Devotional Astro Magic and The Decans | Brian Wilkins

Rune Soup

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 93:49 Very Popular


Poet, author, taiji instructor and intentionist (this will make sense shortly), Brian Wilkins joins the show this week, on the occasion of the publication of his book, A Wheel of Small Gods. We discuss how poetry can be a container or place for spirits, different methods of experiencing and understanding energy, healing magic, magic-as-time-travel as well as the how's and why's of coming into relation with star spirits. Super fun discussion. Enjoy! Show Notes Get A Wheel of Small Gods. Brian's website.

MediumPodden - Vivi & Camilla
Veckans Astro/Tarot - Budskap för 8-14 aug. Se hur ditt stjärntecken påverkas

MediumPodden - Vivi & Camilla

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 16:24


Veckans Astro/Tarot - Budskap för 8-14 aug. Se hur ditt stjärntecken påverkas. Varje söndag ger vi budskap för kommande vecka. Vi önskar er en fin vecka! Vivi & Camilla See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

mixxio — podcast diario de tecnología
¡Necrobots, transfórmense!

mixxio — podcast diario de tecnología

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 11:56


¿Qué ha pasado a nivel tecnológico las últimas dos semanas? Muchísimas, muchísimas cosas. He vuelto de vacaciones. Una semana más que no había planeado, pero ya estoy aquí. Andorra muy bonita y muy fresquita. La vuelta a España, pues tan calurosa que me hizo tirarme varios días básicamente hibernando viendo la tele, persianas bajadas y aire acondicionado. — Os resumo lo más interesante de estos últimos días. ¿Qué ha pasado a nivel tecnológico las últimas dos semanas? Muchísimas, muchísimas cosas.

Esotech Podcast
36: Adding Displayed Point Sets to Astro Gold macOS

Esotech Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 6:05


Adding Displayed Point Sets to Astro Gold macOS Astro Gold macOS has the ability to add many extra displayed points to a Chart Wheel. In this Episode Stephanie Johnson explains how you can add Displayed Point Sets to Astro Gold once you have created them. 

Video Game Purists
Grosse Pointe Fred

Video Game Purists

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 155:05


This week Trees fights the mighty creatures of the sea while Fred attends his 20 year high school reunion. 01:15 - Trees' Week 23:00 - Fred's Week 1:07:30 - Lawn Mowing Simulator 1:21:00 - Fight Night Champion 1:31:00 - Stray 1:51:45 - Astro's Playroom 2:04:30 - Returnal 2:22:40 - AC Origins

astroinsight's podcast
Astro-Insight for August 8-14, 2022

astroinsight's podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 9:21


This week in "And in this ever-changing world in which we're living:" Shake-ups hit closer to home. Sorting hats materialize and reassign alliances. It feels good. Astro-Insight for August 8-14, 2022. Please do not forward w/o copyright notice intact, which is: Text & recording © ℗ Kathy Biehl 2022. Transcription of this episode Support this podcast   Listen to Celestial Compass on OM Times Radio Find out what this means for you! Bonus content at Patreon Instagram: @kabiehl Facebook: Empowerment Unlimited The Astro-Insight Lounge  Read my Uranus in Taurus guide Watch my talk about Saturn in Aquarius Listen to this podcast on your iPhone, iPad, Android, and Windows Phone. My podcast app host uses an app called The Podcast Source. You can download that app (and from it, my Astro-Insight app) from the Apple App Store  and from Google Play. You can also subscribe to my podcasts through Apple Podcasts (which have replaced iTunes) and get them delivered straight to your email box! Visit the astroinsight page to sign up. And please give them lots of stars! For the Windows Phone, go to the Windows App store and search for astroinsight.

Wedded Wellness
Life Lately, Astro Updates and Self-Care Shifts

Wedded Wellness

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 19:44


Learn more:Follow along on Instagram: @yogamagicpodcast and @ashley.sondergaardLearn more about Ashley and Yoga Magic at www.ashleysondergaard.com Let's stay connected! Get the Cosmic Self-Care Mini Course for FREE when you sign up for our email list HERE.  Let's Work Together: **Now booking for September! Book a Joint Astrology and Human Design Reading with Ashley & Sarah Leverett | During these 1 hour joint readings, Sarah will cover the basics of your Human Design chart including type, strategy, & authority. Then, Ashley will cover the key components of your natal chart & how you can work with the energy of your chart in your life today.Book a 1:1 Cosmic Self-Care Session with Ashley  | Learn how to use your astrological birth chart to personalize your self-care routines, rituals and practices with this 60 minute session and customized self-care plan. Book a Birth Chart Reading with Ashley | Learn about the key components of your natal chart and how you can work with the energy in your life today during this 30 minute reading.

TerraSpaces
Astro Heroes AMA and Community Update

TerraSpaces

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 69:36


Today on the Ether we have the Astro Heroes AMA and community update space hosted by The DeFi Jedi. You'll hear from Amanda, Hooligan, Trev, and more! Recorded on August 3rd 2022. If you enjoy the music at the end of the episodes, you can find the albums streaming on Spotify, and the rest of your favorite streaming platforms. Check out Project Survival, Virus Diaries, and Plan B wherever you get your music. Thank you to everyone in the community who supports TerraSpaces.

WGospel.com
Instrumento Teu, Pai!

WGospel.com

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 1:44


Senhor, lembra-nos sempre de que somos importantes, mas não essenciais. Tu És o Astro principal. Obrigado por nos permitires ter uma pequena parte que seja a […]

B.T.W (Beginner to Winner) PvP Podcast
This Episode is Mostly Questions

B.T.W (Beginner to Winner) PvP Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 186:04


Verses Draft, Hisuian Cup, Element Cup, Astro being dumb and Questions and Answers Oh and somewhere there was supposed to be a sound clip buuuuuuuut......Community Meetupshttps://pokemongolive.com/en/post/irl-community-day-august-2022/Special Thanks to Off The Post for our awesome theme music.You can follow them on Instagram @offthepostband you may see a familiar face on there *wink wink*BTW Web Site: BTWPvP.comSubscribe to our YouTube channel!https://youtube.com/channel/UCTu6PZMQ3e6GfNWtJnHSwcACheck out our Merch Store!Check out our mate FishOnAHeater and Pallet Town PvPhttps://linktr.ee/pallettownpvpTeam BTWLyleJeffs111 on Twitchhttps://www.twitch.tv/lylejeffsiiiInstinctLeaderSpark on Twitchhttps://www.twitch.tv/nstinctldrsparkKyleThrows on Twitchhttps://www.twitch.tv/kylethrowsCnfessionhttps://www.twitch.tv/cnfessionIf you have suggestions, ideas, or inquiries, you can contact:Our Executive Producer: matthewbraeker@btwpvp.comYou can email us at the following:The Show: info@btwpvp.comAstro: astrozombie954@btwpvp.comDinho: dinhoelmagico@btwpvp.comWildcat: wildcatdad17@btwpvp.comGood Luck and Get Good! Become part of Team B.T.W See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Wine, Spirits & Witches
Astro Report August 2022

Wine, Spirits & Witches

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 59:11


Welcome back witches for another monthly installment of WSW's Astro Report featuring none other than our very own Space Daddy: Jerel! Lots going on this month so lets dive right in.

In The Loop
An Apology To Nick Caserio From The National Media?

In The Loop

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 43:30


ITL Hour 2: Nick Caserio's longest national appearance and an apology from Pat McAfee. Very awkward stuff with the newest Astro. HITS LIT and Pep with ITL.

Living Astrology
Astro-Inklings for August with Tam Veilleux of The Energy Almanac

Living Astrology

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 62:00


Join Living Astrology with Janet Hickox Mondays and Fridays at 8:00 am PT/11:00 am ET for your Astrology, Human Design, Gene Keys, and energy report featuring AstroDesign. Live on the Living Astrology Facebook page and Living Astrology YouTube page   It's the beginning of a new month, so it is time for me to chat with The Energy Almanac's creator, Tam Veilleux. We'll break down all the important transits for you to know for August. Facebook:  https://www.facebook.com/LivingAstrology   YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/livingastrology

Wholesale Hotline
BUILD A Sustainable Business As A Beginner In Real Estate | AstroFlipping Breakout

Wholesale Hotline

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 4:14


You can build a sustainable business even if you are a beginner in this business of wholesaling real estate. Although you'll see a number of people do wholesale real estate in multiple markets at once, this strategy is not the most sustainable way to do things. You will get checks that way but you will have to chase them every single month. My advice, if you want to do this business consistently is to focus on your market, focus on building agent and wholesaler relationships in that market, and connect to the power players in that market. Focus on building strong relationships in one market rather than going here and there to chase after deals. In due time, it will result in getting inbound and goodwill opportunities. Build enough relationships to get consistency. Be systemized enough to have a consistent and systemized day. Bouncing all over the place, will only exhaust you. ➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖ ☎️ Welcome to Wholesale Hotline & Astro Flipping breakout

Mad Radio
P&P - Trey Mancini is an Astro and Observations from Day 3 of Training Camp

Mad Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 38:32


HOUR 1 - Wade Smith is in for Seth today. Sean and Wade are out at Texans training camp. They briefly touch on the Watson suspension, dive into the Astros bringing in Trey Mancini, and give their takeaways from day 3 of Texans training camp.

98.5 The Sports Hub Audio
What Happened Last Night // Vázquez traded to Astro // Ugly day at Patriots Training Camp - 8/2 (Hour 1)

98.5 The Sports Hub Audio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 41:17


(00:00) The guys open the show discussing Fred's new shiner after getting hit with a baseball. (12:56) WHAT HAPPENED LAST NIGHT: The Red Sox trade Christian Vazquez to the Houston Astros while talking to reporters. Plus, not the best day for Patriots at yesterday's training camp. CONNECT WITH TOUCHER & RICH Twitter: @Toucherandrich | @fredtoucher | @KenGriffeyRules Instagram: @Toucherandrichofficial | @fredtoucher Twitch: twitch.tv/thesportshub 98.5 The Sports Hub: Website | Twitter | Facebook | Instagram

NixyPod
Astro-Mythology & The Cosmic Feminine, Kelley Hunter on NixyPod #24

NixyPod

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 45:18


Kelley's exceptional understanding of the cosmic feminine brings deeper insight into how astrology can work for you. Discover an intriguing African myth; an asteroid named after the Goddess Salacia - that's beaming in new light consciousness; and the Hawaiian Goddess Haumea - how she connects you to your creativity. Kelley Hunter is an astrologer working deeply with mythology, cosmology and human psycho-spirituality. Discover more about Kelley: https://heliastar.com/ I make these podcasts with love and joy, and they are my gift. You can find out more about my latest film on the sacred sites in Southern Africa on the link below. About connecting our human spiritual awakening to sacred geometry in nature, and light paths that awaken our deepest knowing. Watch the teaser trailer & follow our progress: https://www.facebook.com/OriginsOfConsciousnessFilm Insta: @nickyfelbert Twitter: @NickyRFelbert You can join my occasional newsletter here: https://www.subscribepage.com/freedomwithnicky

Toucher & Rich
What Happened Last Night // Vázquez traded to Astro // Ugly day at Patriots Training Camp - 8/2 (Hour 1)

Toucher & Rich

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 41:17


(00:00) The guys open the show discussing Fred's new shiner after getting hit with a baseball. (12:56) WHAT HAPPENED LAST NIGHT: The Red Sox trade Christian Vazquez to the Houston Astros while talking to reporters. Plus, not the best day for Patriots at yesterday's training camp. CONNECT WITH TOUCHER & RICH Twitter: @Toucherandrich | @fredtoucher | @KenGriffeyRules Instagram: @Toucherandrichofficial | @fredtoucher Twitch: twitch.tv/thesportshub 98.5 The Sports Hub: Website | Twitter | Facebook | Instagram

MediumPodden - Vivi & Camilla
Veckans Astro/Tarot - Budskap för 1-7 aug. Se hur ditt stjärntecken påverkas

MediumPodden - Vivi & Camilla

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2022 15:22


Veckans Astro/Tarot - Budskap för 1-7 aug. Se hur ditt stjärntecken påverkas. Varje söndag ger vi budskap för kommande vecka. Vi önskar er en fin vecka! Vivi & Camilla See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The Cosmic Earth Podcast: Astrology, Soul Purpose and Earth Magic
Astro Class: How Your Destiny is Changing, Through The Zodiac Signs

The Cosmic Earth Podcast: Astrology, Soul Purpose and Earth Magic

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2022 42:05


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This Crazy Little Thing Called Life
{Prepare Yourself Wise Child} August Akashic & Astrology Forecast | Paetra Tauchert

This Crazy Little Thing Called Life

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2022 47:52


This month on the Akashic and Astro forecast, we have a special guest astrologer, Paetra Tauchert. Paetra is an international consulting astrologer. She has helped hundreds of clients synchronize their lives to cosmic cycles, and live with greater harmony and understanding. She is a contributing columnist to the Mountain Astrologer magazine and a part of the editorial team.Paetra was certified as an Evolutionary Astrologer through Maurice Fernandez in 2017, was voted Most Promising New Astrologer at the i-Astrologer Conference in 2018, completed Fundamentals of Astrology, with Austin Coppock in 2019, and in 2021 completed the Practitioners Level Horary Course from the School of Traditional Astrology in London.Paetra has a background in holistic healthcare and all things plants, which she brings into her consultations. She teaches astro-botanical illustration classes, using art and astrology, and teaches a year-long class called the Wheel of the Year, blending astrology, herbalism, and heirloom magic. In this episode, we dive into: - what's growing in our gardens- node placements and how Mars and Uranus are affecting this- death as a portal- new beginnings growing out of chaos, destruction and disintegration-US Pluto return-living in the moment while still planning and being particular about our to do lists-discerning the information we're consuming-pioneering adventurism supported by JupiterLINKS:Paetra's Website: https://www.paetratauchertastrology.com/Paetra's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/paetratauchertastrology/Meg's instagram: https://www.instagram.com/iammegthompson/

Liam Photography Podcast
Episode 265: A DIY Telescope for Astro, 107 Hour Time Lapse of the "Eye of GOD" and More...

Liam Photography Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2022 48:40


In this episode I am sharing the news and rumors that caught my attention this week. You can find the show notes here https://www.liamphotographypodcast.com/podcast-episodes/episode-265-a-diy-telescope-for-astro-107-hour-time-lapse-of-the-eye-of-god-and-more/ Also be sure to join the Liam Photography Podcast Facebook Group https://www.facebook.com/groups/liamphotographypodcast/ You can reach the show by call or text @ 470-294-8191 to leave a comment or request a topic or guest for the show. Additionally you can email the show @ liam@liamphotographypodcast.com and find the show notes at http://www.liamphotographypodcast.com. You can find my work @ https://www.liamphotography.net on and follow me on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter @liamphotoatl. If you like abandoned buildings and history, you can find my project @ http://www.forgottenpiecesofgeorgia.com. and http://www.forgottenpiecesofpennsylvania.com. Please also stop by my Youtube channels Liam Photography Forgotten Pieces of Georgia Project Forgotten Pieces of Pennsylvania Project

Talk Cosmos
Astro Jam - Mystery Charts Come To Life!

Talk Cosmos

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2022 55:56


The fun and exciting “Astro Jam” panel where planets come to life in two mystery charts. Hear planets talk through their cosmic energies just as they do in our minds and hearts. Scheduled quarterly each Summer, Autumn, Winter and Spring, Astro Jam is like a music jam full of surprise! Joining Talk Cosmos founder and eclectic evolutionary astrologer Sue Rose Minahan will be guests Israel Ajose of London from the UK, and in the USA, Justin Crockett Elzie of Pt. Angeles, WA, and in California Marie O'Neill of Santa Rosa, Rae Sapp of Nevada City, and Sean Kelley of Mt. Shasta. Follow us and subscribe for emails and the Talk Cosmos YouTube Channel. Find Talk Cosmos on your favorite Podcast and heard on KKNW radio and online formats. ISRAEL AJOSE: has a Diploma Psychology of Astrology, completing full honors in psychological astrology at the Center of Psychological Astrology in London with Liz Greene. He is a full-time practitioner and teacher of astrology, tarot, philosophical and esoteric teachings. -Israel combines traditional, mediaeval, psychological, and Vedic techniques to provide guidance, answers, and consultations to students and clients worldwide -He is currently the President of the Astrological Lodge of London -Much of his studies and practices also include cosmology, mythology, occult sciences, Kabbalah, shamanism, and divination. Email: astrologyofthesoul@gmail.com JUSTIN CROCKETT ELZIE: is an Archetypal Astrologer, Teacher, and Author. He combines both Western Ancient Astrology and Modern Psychological Astrology with Eastern Vedic Astrology and specializes in Predictive/Electional, and Karmic Astrology. -His work with clients includes in-depth analysis of Natal charts. Synastry (couples' charts), Draconic Charts, and works with Progressions, Transits, and Planetary -He does Astrological research into arcane Astrological concepts, focusing on the mystical/occult side of Astrology -Justin is a Certified Aromatherapist/Essential Oils Specialist and an Herbalist -Member of Talk Cosmos Archetypal Symbols and past Moonbeam Team. JustinCrockettElzie.com SEAN KELLEY: had his real first look at Astrology after a natal chart was handed to him in his philosophy class at San Diego State. He innately understood the archetypes associated with the symbolism. -Worked with many of thew world's renowned astrologers, from Kelli Fox and Jan Spiller to Henry Seltzer and Michael Lutin -Instrumental in the 2000's driving business for Tarot.com -He has done thousands of charts, however considers himself a perpetual student of Astrology. AnthologyBrands.com MARIE O'NEILL MBA: founder of Padma Life Coaching, Santa Rosa, CA with years as a life coach, astrologer, speaker, past-life regression facilitator and lecturer. -Distinguished Toastmaster, Toastmasters International -On Board of Directors with TEDx Sonoma County -Astrology mentor with Forest Center of Evolutionary Astrology (FCEA) -Astrology conference lecturer. Published author of the book, “and the Lotus Opened” -Facilitates a bi-annual Healing Retreat presented by Padma Life Coaching. PadmaLifeCoaching.com and andtheLotusOpened.com RAE SAPP: is the new owner and Publisher of The Mountain Astrologer magazine. -Passionate about psycho-horology, sexology, and narratology Rae is a 2nd-generation astrologer and lifelong student of the craft -You can find her between the covers of TMA -Also known as “the breathing time machine” @thewitchwaycafe.com -MountainAstrologer.com SUE ROSE MINAHAN: is the founder of Talk Cosmos, an eclectic evolutionary astrologer consultant and certified color energy life coach. -Vice President of the Washington State Astrological Association -Member of Kepler Astrology Toastmaster Club -Has a Dwarf Planet University Diploma, and AA with Music degree -Ardent mythologist. Artist, writer. Student of life. TalkCosmos.com

Gaming History 101
Vacation

Gaming History 101

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 204:32


This week features a massive amount of content including both hosts vacations and over 2 hours talking about games. Yes, we talk about games! 10:00 - Trees' Weeks 29:00 - Fred's Weeks 1:04:00 - Stranger Things 1:18:00 - Mercenaries 2 1:24:45 - Fall Guys (Switch) 1:25:40 - House Flipper 1:29:10 - CMS 2021 (100% full completion) 1:30:20 - PS5 1:53:20 - Stray 2:07:00 - Astro's Playroom 2:15:45 - PSVR on PS5 2:23:15 - Fred's Come to Jesus Moment (Nope Games) 2:51:30 - Cuphead DLC 3:05:30 - Dragon's Dogma 3:08:30 - THPS Remaster 3:12:30 - Metro 2033 Redux

The Reese Waters Show
Fans of the Week: Old Astro's Fan

The Reese Waters Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 13:40


Every week Reese looks at all of the folks that make this possible and really are just like us. This week Reese discusses an old Astros fan acting a fool and a paid member of security ignoring his job to have a moment. 

Food School: Smarter Stronger Leaner.
Digital Nomad, Astro Coach, Psychologist. Mariana combines the science of human behavior with yet-to-be-explored human/cosmos connection to shortcut your path to discovering your brightest talents and biggest business and career opportunities.

Food School: Smarter Stronger Leaner.

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 64:27


TUNE IN TO LEARN:This was one fascinating conversation we did in Playa Del Carmen, Mexico, with one-of-a-kind human, astro coach Mariana, from Peru that taught me quite a lot about what astrology can do for personal and professional development. During our chat we realized that we do the same thing, using a different approach - helping people to express their full potential. Isn't this what drives us all? Be everything we can be while still here?We'll chat about:What astrology and your birth chart are;How Mariana ended up being an astro coach after getting a degree in psychology, and how it clicked for her that she can help people better, combining a scientific approach with what is yet-to-be-fully-understood by the scientific community;How astrology can save you years spent on self and soul-searching - it's always easier to find what you look for, if you are directed to a smaller search area;How astrology and psychology can help you shape your career and business journey, finding opportunities you love faster;For skeptics out there (we both partly are) - why astrology makes sense and how it shapes our lives whether you believe in it or not, in fact, it's silly to think we aren't affected by what happens in the cosmos;Mariana's nomadic journey, how she ended up in Playa Del Carmen, finding her life partner;Mariana's intuitive approach to healthy eating and fitness, having overcome (like many of us women) a challenging relationship with food;Mariana's lifestyle non-negotiables to keep going no matter how challenging nomadic life of an astro coach gets;This is a conversation not to miss for open minds committed to growth - trust me on this!MARIANA'S BIO:Mariana (master's in integral psychotherapy) graduated from the California Institute of Integral Studies, and became an astro coach. Mariana has almost 10 years of experience in the field. But maybe the most important thing that you should know about Mariana is that she is passionate about human potential. Mariana loves to see individuals embracing their unique power, helping them to create extraordinary lives. Connect with Mariana's work:https://linktr.ee/esenciabymariana.engProduced by Angela Shurina,Schedule our call HERE.CERTIFIED NUTRITIONIST,  BRAIN PERFORMANCE COACHNutrition + Neuroscience + Behavior ChangeI help you use nutrition and lifestyle protocols, biohacking and space design as tools to unlock your brain genius and unlimited energy level, off-the-charts productivity

Cosmic Scene with Jill Jardine
August 2022 Astro Update with Sun Sign Forecasts

Cosmic Scene with Jill Jardine

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 31:31


August augurs an action-packed astrological month, with the historical Uranus, North Node and Mars conjunction on August 1st and through early August, the powerful Lionsgate Portal opening on 8/8 followed by the Aquarius Full Moon on August 11, and Uranus turning retrograde on August 24 leading up to the New Moon in Virgo on August 27.KEY ASTROLOGICAL DATES IN AUGUST 2022:August 1-3 Historic Uranus, North Node and Mars conjunction in TaurusAugust 1-10 Uranus conjunct North Node in TaurusAugust 4: Mercury transits into VirgoAugust 8:  8/8 LIONSGATE ActivationAugust 4-22 4 planets in dignity in home signs including, Sun in Leo, Mercury in Virgo, Saturn in Aquarius and Neptune in PiscesAugust 11: FULL MOON with Sun in Leo/Moon in Aquarius August 11: Venus transits into LeoAugust 20:  Mars transits into Gemini until March 2023August 24: Uranus goes retrogradeAugust 25: Mercury transits into LibraAugust 27:  NEW MOON in VirgoIf you missed the fireworks in August, get ready for shocks, explosive news, chaos and other unexpected twists and turns during the epic Uranus, North Node and Mars conjunction which kicks off the month from July 31-August 3rd.   Big surprises come at the end of July and early August  when a very intense astrological occurs with a Mars, Uranus and Rahu (North Node Conjunction).    There is a possibility of some event in the world that will shock many.  The sign this conjunction occurs in is Taurus which is a money sign, so the economy could certainly be affected by this event or the event is economic and throws the global financial markets into chaos.Despite the unexpected and shocking energies of the Uranus-North Node and Mars conjunction in early August, it seems that we will all have time to integrate whatever goes down, due to four of our of the five traditional outer planets are transiting retrograde. The planets traveling backward are Jupiter retrograde in Aries, Saturn retrograde in Aquarius, Neptune redux in Pisces, and Pluto retrograde in Capricorn, and Uranus goes retrograde on August 24th.  August is ushered in under the auspicious stars of Sirius preparing for August 8, 8/8, the Lions Gate, where doors to manifestation open wide! The Lions Gate, is a big portal date (8/8) in the galactic consciousness community, which blasts open from the time that the Sun transits into Leo, (this year on 7/22- peaking at the date 8/8, and winding down through the Full Moon on August 11.  The portal is activated every year during the Leo equinox forcing purification of mind, body and spirit in order to squeeze through the "eye of the needle."Full Moon occurs with the Sun in Leo, Moon in Aquarius forming a fixed T-square to Uranus and North Node in Taurus The Sabian symbol for the degree of this Full Moon is Aquarius 19: AQUARIUS 19°: A FOREST FIRE IS BEING SUBDUED BY THE USE OF WATER, CHEMICALS AND SHEER MUSCULAR ENERGY.KEYNOTE: The skill and courage necessary to bring under control the destructive potential of carelessness of karmic "visitations."Mars blasts through the Gemini time -space portal on August 20th where it will have an extended stay until March 2023, due to a long retrograde cycle from November-January.  Here we go, Mars is the warrior, becomes the fact finder, revealing information that was distorted and non-disclosed .Uranus goes retrograde on August 24th, marking the 5th out planet to be retrograde Summer into Fall- Uranus retrogrades people wake up to the wool being pullGarden Basics with Farmer FredThe healthiest food you can eat is the food you grow yourself. We have the tips.Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify

astroinsight's podcast
Astro-Insight for August 1-7, 2022

astroinsight's podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 7:02


Radical changes are upon us, in very concrete ways. This way to the future! Astro-Insight for August 1-7, 2022. Please do not forward w/o copyright notice intact, which is: Text & recording © ℗ Kathy Biehl 2022.  NEW: Transcription of this episode Support this podcast   Listen to Celestial Compass on OM Times Radio Find out what this means for you! Bonus content at Patreon Instagram: @kabiehl Facebook: Empowerment Unlimited The Astro-Insight Lounge  Read my Uranus in Taurus guide Watch my talk about Saturn in Aquarius Listen to this podcast on your iPhone, iPad, Android, and Windows Phone. My podcast app host uses an app called The Podcast Source. You can download that app (and from it, my Astro-Insight app) from the Apple App Store  and from Google Play. You can also subscribe to my podcasts through Apple Podcasts (which have replaced iTunes) and get them delivered straight to your email box! Visit the astroinsight page to sign up. And please give them lots of stars! For the Windows Phone, go to the Windows App store and search for astroinsight.

Clairvoyant Conversations
August 2022 Horoscopes

Clairvoyant Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 158:25


In this episode of "To The Stars!" Alexander breaks down the Astrology for each sign! Find your Sign via the timestamps below! To calculate your Rising Sign, go here: (requires an accurate birth time) https://horoscopes.astro-seek.com/ascendant-rising-sign-calculator Timestamps: Aries: 3:00 Taurus: 18:00 Gemini: 31:00 Cancer: 44:00 Leo: 55:00 Virgo: 1:07:00 Libra: 1:20:00 Scorpio: 1:35:00 Sagittarius: 1:48:30 Capricorn: 2:00:00 Aquarius: 2:12:14 Pisces: 2:24:30 Work with Alexander: www.dogstaroracle.com Join Alexander for exclusive weekly Astro-updates, livestreams, and personalized monthly forecasts on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/dogstaroracle Watch the video version of this podcast: https://www.youtube.com/c/AlexanderKriech Follow him on social media: https://www.instagram.com/dogstaroracle/ https://www.tiktok.com/

Houston Sports Talk
Astros' Trade Targets Josh Bell, Luis Castillo & Wilson Contreras | Texans' WR Metchie fights Cancer

Houston Sports Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 36:51


On this Houston Sports Talk podcast, Sports Radio 610's Shaun Bijani is back with Host Robert Land to look at Astros' trade deadline targets. Should the Astros pursue Josh Bell, Luis Castillo and Wilson Contreras and is it worth the potential trade capital? Are there any other players worth pursuing and which Astro is taking too much garbage from the fanbase? Plus, we hit on Texans' 2nd round pick John Metchie's Cancer diagnosis and how to improve MLB's Hall of Fame weekend.Subscribe on Youtube, Spotify, Google & Apple.

Billy Newman Photo Podcast
Billy Newman Photo Podcast | 224 Final Cut Pro 360 Editing, Scouting Campsites

Billy Newman Photo Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 34:27


Donate to the podcast directly with the links below. ⚡️Donate any amount from a Bitcoin Lightning wallet ( including Cash.App ) to Billy Newman https://strike.me/billynewman ⚡️Donate $5 from a Bitcoin Lightning wallet to Billy Newman https://yr.link/lightningpay5 ⚡️Donate $11.11 from a Bitcoin Lightning wallet to Billy Newman https://yr.link/lightningpay11 ⚡️Donate $50 from a Bitcoin Lightning wallet to Billy Newman https://yr.link/lightningpay50 *New* You can send a Bitcoin Lightning payment direct from the Cash.app Get a Bitcoin Lightning wallet for free instant transfers https://breez.technology https://muun.com https://bluewallet.io Value streaming payments system enables listeners to send Bitcoin micropayments to podcasters as they listen, in real-time. Start streaming value! It's easy to remember: http://value4value.io/ newpodcastapps.com I use https://fountain.fm If you're looking to discuss photography assignment work, or a podcast interview, please drop me an email. Drop Billy Newman an email here. If you want to look at my photography, my current portfolio is here. If you want to read a free PDF eBook written by Billy Newman about film photography: you can download Working With Film here. If you get value out of the content I produce, consider making a sustaining value for value financial contribution, Visit the Support Page here. You can find my latest photo books all on Amazon here. Website Billy Newman Photo https://billynewmanphoto.com/ YouTube https://www.youtube.com/billynewmanphoto Facebook Page https://www.facebook.com/billynewmanphotos/ Twitter https://twitter.com/billynewman Instagram https://www.instagram.com/billynewman/ About   https://billynewmanphoto.com/about/ 0:14 Hello, and thank you very much for listening to this episode of The Billy Newman photo podcast. I just mentioned yesterday how much more video editing I'm doing. But today what I wanted to talk about was the editor that I'm using. And so I'm really using a lot of Final Cut Pro. I think everybody is I think, well, what am I saying? I think I think a lot of people are using Final Cut Pro, but really a lot of people are using Adobe Premiere. That's another one that's out there. We'll talk about that later, I guess. But I just did an update to Final Cut 10.4. And I've talked about this a few times to have switching over to try and process more 360 video and sort of a professional way or you know, kind of like as a product or something, some kind of nicer version of 360 video other than, I guess just what simply could be put together, but is absent What is it still simple, it's easy. So 510 point four is pretty cool, because it has the ability to edit actual rectilinear images and then render those out. So you get to you get to visualize those in a VR environment, or you get to visualize those, visualize those out to an mp4 that you get to open up. And any kind of player throw up onto YouTube or Facebook, which is also pretty accepting of these 360 format videos. But it's been really interesting working with it. And really what makes it kind of possible is the modern editing software of something like a Final Cut template for the as those those additions to work with, you know those pieces but interesting stuff. I like working with it, you know, it's a lot of fun. And I think Apple has this design theme right now, where they you know, they have like a couple buttons, I don't know what there's probably like a little designer name for him like how they had the hamburger A few years ago, that was an element and apps and on mobile websites have the little stack of lines that would be at the upper left hand corner of a web page, you click on that, and it would fall out into a little menu or something that developers would talk about that as a hamburger, something about the way it looked in layers or something that developers are hungry, so I can figure that out. But in this one, there's like three little icons that are up in the top kind of menu bar of Final Cut, when you click on those it has, it kind of pulls away different elements, different modules from Final Cut, like the browser, the project pane, or the information screen that you have kind of on the right side. And so it's interesting, you know, they're kind of messing around with it a little bit, but I like the darker theme of it all of it seems really great. And I appreciate it. I mean, it's probably a smaller upgrade from what was like 10.3 point something. But really what you get out of this, like I mentioned is the ability to edit those 360 videos, and to do some stuff in VR. And I think some of its like, what is it and then you now get to like put up text, like text walls or word, you know, like Word Art or, you know, I guess effects in the 360 environment. We're in the VR environment. And that's kind of a cool addition to what you can do in Final Cut 10.4 3:15 you can see more of my work at Billy Newman photo comm you can check out some of my photo books on Amazon. I think if you look at Billy Newman under the authors section there and see some of the photo books on film on the desert, on surrealism on camping, you cool stuff over there. 3:39 Really trying to do a lot of scouting stuff, which I've enjoyed to doing some scouting stuff through the summertime has been pretty cool. Where I'm really trying to go through some of these backroads I'm trying to like Mark spots in the map where there's good campsites, which I hadn't really done before. You know, it was a lot of places I've driven a lot, a lot of roads I've been on, especially, you know, like back country roads, to Forest Service roads, BLM roads, and I know a lot of good dispersed camping areas. And really, I understand the context of how to find those areas so much better now that I'm older than when I was young. I mean, when I was young, and I go camping with my dad, you know, we'd go out to Eastern Oregon we'd find some spots and they'd note about this spot since you know he was a kid and he was going over there and hunting camps and stuff with his grandpa. So it's cool for me to get to go over to those same spots and get to check out that area and stuff. But I think there's been or at least when I was a kid, I didn't really understand that the land, like the public land rights that you have, and really how those are organized like how public lands are organized and what you can do on him and then sort of how it operates. I didn't really understand the difference between national forest land and BLM land or national Parkland and state Parkland or wilderness areas, National Wildlife Refuge areas, man there's just so many different distinctions of different things and then also just private property so I didn't really have a clear recollection of Any of those things and really a lot of time when it's public land, you can go on it, but there's some things you can't do on it like I they maybe hunt in some circumstances, like a, like a national park, or I think you can't discharge a firearm inside of national park, but for specifically permitted events, maybe probably national wildlife refuges. I think those hunting opportunities are are limited. Also, though, you can still do some things in those areas, I think you have to get permitted and you have to drop tag for that location, I think is what it is. But, but yeah, it's kind of interesting. So we're learning about that learning how these things go, and also finally getting some maps that you can use that you can kind of trust better. While you're in the back country. I think that's something that's really helped me kind of understand where I can go and what I can do and i don't know i mean, we've had those map books you know, like that, that 50 page or 100 page book of Oregon and you know, every every page is 25 mile map of that area is always super useful to have that kind of grid out everything and show you that you know, the mile by mile marking and the topography of the area, the different little roads and stuff but even those roads, those mapmakers still got things wrong, I remember to you know, back in like, was it 2004 I think we were out in an area in Southern Oregon near the Nevada border was a Druze reservoir somewhere south of Gearhart mountain. And I remember we were on some, some little, some little road I don't even know if it was if it was a national forest area, I think it was just in between private and public lands as it kind of jumps back and forth in those pretty remote areas. All of it is just remote, desert and forest and sagebrush and Juniper. But some of it goes into like ranch land, it's more managed and some of it cuts back into BLM land as this as this little road sort of meander through it. But I remember being out there and noticing that the map on the page was just totally different than the map or than, you know, the real world ground truth of where the road went. And I thought oh, wow, yeah, you can't really trust the maps to show you the information that you want to see when you need it other times too you know, you'll see like Oh, hey, like it shows there's a road right here. Good deal we'll take that road Well, you know, it shows it's on the map so you cut down there you get on the road and then it's washed out like crazy or it's super bumpy and like and just terrible, right? And but it's the same green road the same label, the same marking is the road next to it that was graded and, and 7:29 aren't was that paved, right? It's graded gravel, they put more gravel down, I think is what I'm trying to say they've, they've made it an easier going road to drive on. But then you get those washboard sections out there. I don't know if you guys have done that, where you're driving around in the Forest Service roads and those gravel roads. And I think it's a natural process of erosion that occurs that creates these waves in the material. You know, as I think as a rainwater comes down, it sort of naturally over time generates these, these little ripples. And that's the washboard effect that you get when you're driving. That's also the thing that kind of kicks your car sideways when you're, you're going a little too fast on a gravel road. So I started doing today I think I kicked it pretty hard side or you know, like, it's pretty loose on the traction and it was starting to tip sideways in my truck. And so I slowed down and threw it into four wheel drive after that, and was able to cruise around out here pretty freely. But yeah, I wanted to talk on this podcast about hanging out in the Fremont National Forest and I just got finished with a huge thunderstorm that came through. It just really finished raining a little bit ago. We were kind of I think when I arrived to today at this Meadows still a few hours before sunset, so I walked around and kind of went along the perimeter of the meadow and then and then I noticed that you know, I mean it's cloudy. It's been kind of cloudy today, and there's been thunderheads that have been building up over the location that I've been ever since I kind of came over the past the Cascades have been in like a pretty solid string of a thunderheads that have sort of coalesced into big mass over the Cascades some of the here over the Fremont National Forest river mountains these are that I'm in and and yeah it seems like this section in Eastern Oregon was getting hit with a good Thunder a good summer August thunderstorm today which was kind of fun to sit through and go through it was cool if I got rained on pretty hard earlier when I was driving over I thought I'd get out here and be a little bit more free of it but it seemed like that storm kind of drifted over this way and it was sort of drifting north from here and and yeah, there's a new system but man there's just a bunch of lightning that was coming through and huge cracks of thunder just big deep rumbles I haven't heard Thunder like that. And in years and years probably you know where it just kind of stays and like hangs and rolls for 10 seconds. 15 seconds it seems like you know you just really kind of like whoa is Can it really still be just cracking and rumbling and rolling and And there was enough activity and if lightning activity that was going on there where you'd hear thunder, I mean, it was almost like 45 minutes there where there was just a crack and a roll of thunder almost continuously like it was. It was pretty intense. It's, it's, it's really I think one of the more strong lightning storms I've been in in a while but that's sort of how it goes out here when you have these higher elevations I think I'm floating around up in the 5100 feet or so above sea level. And so it just means I'm up in the mountains where these these thunderstorms get started, you know, they get there, they get there. I think that's where they they'll kind of coalesce over these big mountain tops and then float over in the hot weather. I don't really understand the weather enough to say I know how a thunderstorm starts it doesn't start now. I've just gotten cold enough I'm trying to throw jacket on. Now you gotta live through it. I'm really camping. It's been good. But I'm gonna be out here for two nights I think is what I'm going to do and then tomorrow a cruise out and I'll try and hit some of these Forest Service roads for a bit. drive around do some exploring mark a couple spots on the map as a as I'm cruising around. I think that'll be that'll be a good time but the I haven't been out here before. I think I've heard of a couple friends that have been out in this area that have done some. I think they did a couple scouting trips for a hunting trip that they're going on in the fall. I think this is an area where we're one of my friends goes I think they try and draw a tag for not this area. I think it's a drainage over from here but I think I've heard about this area a couple times from from people talking about it. So yeah, it's cool, it's cool spot it was out taking pictures earlier taking some photographs I've been working mostly probably for almost a year and a half now. I've been working a lot with this 17 to 40 millimeter wide angle Canon lens. And it's a pretty inexpensive lens and you can get it for like 400 bucks, maybe a little less if you're lucky and you get it on a sale time sometimes in the fall as we're kind of ramping down toward 12:09 what Thanksgiving I think you can get some good deals on it but that's it's sort of in the the $400 range I think sometimes maybe it's more around five or something but I picked it up a couple years ago when I was starting to do some real estate photography or was working for Airbnb for a while where they had hired me as a photographer to go into these Airbnb plus listings and get a new set of photographs. I was interested in kind of learning about how specific they wanted all this. This photographs and this this really specific art style and and you know format of it and that was fine. It was interesting to do for a while but but what was cool is that I picked up that lens to get in and do that work. But really after that I've been appreciating how much I can do with that wide angle lens and then you know 40 millimeters isn't way different than 50 millimeters. It's certainly different for the effects of portraits and stuff but when I'm out here doing landscape stuff and I'm trying to take pictures of a lot of this stuff is kind of sketch photos to where I'm sort of going around and midday I'm taking some photos of some different things I want some cat photos and my track and my my little cooler set up in the back here. 13:18 And so all that's been good in addition to that the the Astro photography stuff that I can do with it is pretty cool because it drops down to the 17 millimeters. It's an autofocus lens, it's a sealed lens, it's it's pretty it's it's pretty good and most ways and I've really noticed over time that I'm not as as absolut have a mandate for me to be shooting at a really wide open f stop you know, shooting in a wide open aperture almost all my photos early on were 1.8 or or 2.0 or two eight or something and I would do that really because I was trying to I was really trying to get because I didn't have very many lenses I was really trying to get as much effect out of that book k out of that soft background as I could. So I was really trying to lean into that and get some photos with it and I noticed with my camera and equipment at the time that it just it just looked better. They just did look better when it was at you know f1 eight I think I just had that nifty 50 Nikon 50 millimeter for the longest time that's what I did. I did my early trips on and did a lot of my portfolio building stuff on that but but I've got a different 50 millimeter lens with me now I've got it on my film camera in my bag right now which I need to take out too and I'm trying to finish a role of avatar film it's been on there for a while and I've enjoyed shooting it it's cool it's a it's a new Canon camera to me at least I got it used on kth and spent 35 bucks on it 10 bucks to ship it and it takes a weird battery to it's one of those 90s film cameras it has this weird it almost looks like a battery pack. This it's like to almost like to double lays if they were a little fatter, but are bonded together in this little Plastic pack and then you pop that in there and shoot for a little while I guess and it runs a meter okay so I'm I'm getting by with it but I've noticed the film cameras stuff it's it's fun to have an awesome film camera it'd be cool to have a Leica and all the lenses I wanted but a lot of the time with that you know the good lenses I have this this new or like canon l glass that I get to shoot through and for film photos and for the variety of images or the variety of lenses i have i can i can do telephoto I can do prime I can do really wide angle all with the modern digital Canon lenses that have you know chips in them that read well that meter well that make contact with or send information back and forth or at least from the lens to the camera I think xao works that works in the autofocus stuff for the digital camera this is this is autofocus yeah it's an autofocus digital camera it's sending information back it's working yeah that makes sense yeah so it's it's cool like and that's something I didn't really have available to me for a long time you know, I think what I've probably on this podcast if you go way back in the archives I'm talking a lot about film with a Nikon f4 you know i mean that just had autofocus I was the first camera like 88 to get autofocus period. So it's cool to have that in a more flexible way now but what I remember talking about in the past that was that I had like limited options with glass all the time, I didn't really always have the lenses that I would have preferred and so I've kind of made a collection of that now with this canon stuff I got a Canon camera and so I can throw all those lenses on and have that same flexibility that I have with my digital set. But just with this, this film body that I get to shoot a roll through so I kind of saved the film stuff for when it's a thing that I want but what I've noticed though for a little while is that I miss a lot of those moments and I ended up just having the the norm you know the regular digital camera with me with a bunch of my other gear whenever going out and trying to kind of just take the camera with me and then I'll leave the bigger bag back at the truck so that I'm not really carrying as much stuff with me I've also started carrying like when I'm out here in the woods and stuff I'm carrying that binocular harness with me which is kind of cool. You can get them in different sizes but it's sort of like if you imagine like a backpack but what they do is they strap on to the front so it's right on your chest. And what you can do is fill is put like a pair of binoculars in there so you can pull them out and then scatter around with your binoculars do some glassing and then pop them back into your into your harness and then kind of carry on with whatever you want to do but if you leave that empty without the without the binoculars if you have a smaller Camera Rig probably like a mirrorless or a Sony camera you know like one of those Sony A 6000s and if you were a backpacker, and you had a Sony A 6000 and this this front carry 17:53 like binocular pack, you'd be really sad that would be like all the camera bag but you'd need in fact really if I'm thinking about ever doing some like over you know some longer backpacking travel where I just have to pack everything in a way it's gonna be something I'm more conscious of and I think that's really like the way to go is I've kind of been thinking about it a little bit it's like get to get a lighter camera. Or I mean it'd be great to like carry like a 360 camera you know if you're going up someone else's those are almost nothing as it is anyway but but if you're carrying like an SLR or something that you want to try and do some some more controlled photography with you had something like a an A 6000 from Sony or an a seven seven or three or whatever it is something that size with a lens attached to it you know, that could fit in one of these binocular hearts is harnesses and carry kind of route on your front and then you see something and we take it, pop that open right on your chest, pull it right up to your eyes got straps on it in the harness, pull it right up to your eyes ready to shoot and you can take photos or take photos you know as quick as you want to so it's kind of a cool process if you're out hiking a lot for what I'm doing. I have my binocular harness but it's got binoculars in it and I've been kind of going around and trying to do some bird watching stuff while I'm out here and so cool Hawk was posted up who's looking at me, that's about all I've seen so far. So I coyote the other day. That was cool. I'll talk about that later that but because I had those binoculars in there and I've been kind of going out on these, these shorter hikes and stuff that I've been trying to go around and like just kind of watch them stuff or watch land and kind of keep an eye out but I just had the camera on my longer strap on my side with that 17 to 40 millimeter lens. And that's worked really good and it's been a pretty flexible kit for me to go around and take a bunch of photographs with so it's pretty easy, pretty lightweight to work with and I can kind of move back and forth between those things strapped around my neck, you know, it's not everything just hanging around my neck with a lanyard. It's all kind of put somewhere or packed in somewhere. So that's been kind of cool. But it was good going out and taking some photos tonight. I was trying to get some of the i didn't i didn't get any lightning in the camera though. The lightning stone kind of passed as soon as it was getting really dark enough to do like a long exposure kind of thing where I could, I could sort of catch something, something spark and otherwise, you know, you gotta you gotta beat the lightning bolt with your shutter finger. And that's a pretty tricky task to do. I think that's how they do it, you know, when you get those, you get those like magazine photos back in the day of powerful lightning bolt striking, I don't know, the center of a road or something like that, it's what they'd show, you know, some kind of power lightning bolt, but the way that they would do that stuff is I think, I think it was like it was dark out, you know, are pretty dark out. And so they'd set the camera up for just a cycle of long exposures, and then they would just kind of let it ride, you know, so they'd have a couple seconds to expose the image to whatever you know, at work, and then they just kind of have that rolling so that when, when a bolt of lightning did strike, and it would be captured, and you could go through that collection of captured or, you know, how is it that when a lightning bolt would strike the ground, the camera would have already been exposing for a photograph. Because it's just cycling the shutter on a four second exposure, let's say something like that. And so you know, it takes a four second exposure stops, processes for a second, it takes for second exposure stops processes for a second. So I think that's how they did some of that stuff where they, they kind of anticipate. Alright, it's been a couple minutes, let's take a frame now and then it's just going to be an event in the future so we don't know if it's going to happen or not. We're going to wait for this event in the future when we boom, see a lightning bolt and then that light then exposes the sensor or the film and the camera and then you're left with an image that has that lightning bolt represented in the frame when you're shooting on a tripod or something like that with with like a short cycle, long exposure. And I thought that was pretty cool but I didn't really get a chance to get all that stuff set up before the storm kind of passed me by I did get a lot of cool handheld stuff that was that's great if the thunder heads and stuff and really unfortunately just in the location that I'm at a lot of the and I guess maybe for the better but that lightning storm didn't pass right over my head, it was still a little ways away so I could see the lightning bolts cracking through the trees can out in the distance more, a few they stretched across the sky pretty good too. It's just a big old, you know, from east to west, it was like a big old chunk of boulders crack all the way across the sky. It was cool. 22:34 So I got photos of the thunderheads, the sunset, the the big field out here, it's cool, it's a nice area. But I was also thinking about some of the other stuff that I want to be doing tomorrow. So I'm out in the Fremont National Forest. I'm going to be heading I think maybe south from here and I'm going to try and explore a couple areas that are still open or I guess it's all open publicly This is like a pretty large contiguous section of national forest land here and really like that's a big part of Oregon overall right it's like 53% public lands it's cool Yeah, if you look at a map, you'll see the cities and you'll see like the highways and stuff but if you have the right map it'll show you where the BLM land is and where the different national forest are. And it's cool this whole area the Northwest is just there's a lot of public land that you get to use and there's a lot of open area that you get to go to and and yeah now that I've got a good map of the outdoor off road, roads and some of the terrain and stuff with some good notes and I'm able to kind of move around and get out to a lot more places than I had before. So it's been cool the app that I'm using is the on x off road app it's I think 2999 a year and so pitch that out picked up this app and then you can download offline these these really detailed off road maps that are supposed to show you all the trails you know even just walking trails all the roads all of the like the pieces of information you'd need for kind of moving around in the back country and really as surprising as it is as remote as a lot of these places are people go yeah you know it's it's also public land is managed by the the forest department forest Forest Service. Yeah, I think a lot of stuff managed by the Forest Service the BLM stuffs managed by the BLM and that's why these roads are as good as they are or maintained and that's why I like when trees are down on these mountain roads you know someone has to go through at the beginning of the year and cut all those out, rip them out filling the potholes, all that sort of stuff. So all these areas are are known about and you know kind of managed in a pretty significant way. In fact, I think more so to come in the future. I think they just announced yesterday or the day before that they've passed the great American outdoors act which I really don't know the first thing about or or what it does or doesn't do or what puts in or leaves out but I think part of my understanding is that it's supposed to change some of the funding mechanisms that go into supporting the the maintenance of these public lands that are out here across the country but really significantly out here in the western states so it's it's pretty cool I think before that it was like well we should spend you know X amount of money but there's a more important place for that money to go so it wasn't like a guaranteed amount sort of what I understand so if I understand it correctly, it was like I think they said $3 billion a year of mandated funding for projects I think here in the back country BLM land Forest Service land and like national wildlife refuges and stuff so pretty cool But yeah, I think that's gonna well maybe we'll see a change in that I think it's supposed to better fund the operations of BLM and forest service people as they're going through and trying to get these areas ready for for the public to be using more regularly so it's cool I think it'll mean a lot over the next few years or what maybe we'll see how it how it kind of transforms some of the way that these these areas are managed, I think maybe it's more for mine, I probably shouldn't even speculate. I'm not sure at all, but it's pretty cool. I'm excited about being out here and doing some camping and stuff dealing with this thunderstorm. I think it's one of those things where by the morning, you know it's going to be or at least well I was looking at the weather it should be mostly cloudy, partly cloudy, mostly sunny tomorrow for a while so I think that's pretty cool. I'm excited to be hanging out, do some cabin stuff, do some podcasting I'm in the back of my truck right now like I was saying it was rain and early after this thunderstorm so I got that canopy in my truck. And I'm nice and dry, nice warm, kind of feels like I'm just inside somewhere so it's it's a cool cool rig having the four wheel drive having the canopy on the back having your staff and your sleeping area just kind of set it back there and I'm ready to go. So I've been having a good time being out here and 27:11 it's been pretty good. Pretty good trip so far. I so appreciate you guys checking out this podcast from me. I'm gonna do a couple more podcasts while I'm out here on this camping trip and I'll I'll try and try and set up a little backlog of them on my website. I think it'll be a good idea. Now I kind of take their breaks and stuff from it. I'm sure no one no one keeps listening when it when it is there. But hey, if you listen to this and the podcast, shoot me an email time for the plugs. It's Billy Newman that photo.com if you want to check out my website, see some of my photographs, check out more podcasts that I've done, or books that I've tried to put together which is maybe what I'm going to try and do out here to try and get some photographs for another good book. You can check out more information at Billy Newman photo comm you can go to Billy Newman photo.com Ford slash support. If you want to help me out and participate in the value for value model that we're running this podcast with. If you receive some value out of some of the stuff that I was talking about, you're welcome to help me out. And since value my way through the portal at Billy Newman photo comm forward slash support, you can also find more information there about Patreon and the way that I use it if you're interested or feel more comfortable using Patreon that's patreon.com forward slash Billy Newman photo. I don't know. I mean, like it's kind of kind of fun to be checking out some stuff. What's the other stuff I had to talk about? I think it was trying to figure out some stuff on like my Mac laptop, I've been trying to set it up more so that as the full set of applications and features and utilities on it that I wanted I've talked a little bit about that. I went ahead and I got the I stat menus application on there. So I can look at the sensors that are in my Mac Book. The one is the the network in and out speeds that our current and the history of the network up and down speeds I guess over the last day or so you know, seven days or you know all that all that information is in there, the amount of disk space or all these different pieces of information you kind of want to know about your computer in your system. Now it's work and have Daisy disk, which is what I've been using in the past a lot it's a really cool are pretty good graphical way of sort of showing the pie chart of what's taking up space on your hard drive. I'm using Gemini as a de duplication application to go through and find like different versions of photos that I don't really want to keep stored anymore, which has been interesting to go through or just these just straight duplicates where you know, the photograph pulled in. It's just the raw version twice. And there's no difference between it other than just one files named two. Something like that sort of silly so it's taking a silly amount of space. This has been Good program to kind of find some of those programs and then eliminate them. And it's good also to showing you like, or letting you compare like, these two are said to be the same do I'm gonna kind of automatically go through and take them out, I don't really recommend that, it seems like it's best to sort of go through and select a number of them and start pulling them out 30:17 was sort of with some thought and care to it seemed like that made a difference to me when I did it. So it might make a difference if you tried to to another app that I jumped on to was the magnet app, which reproduces some of the functionality started seeing a Windows seven now in Windows 10, where the the windows like if you have a, some, some window up in some program and you drag it over to the left side, it'll snap to the left side, and then kind of fill that side of the screen or if you drag it straight up, it'll fill the full screen, if you bring it over the right side of that right side of the screen. That snapping stuff isn't really on the Mac, it's always sort of been set it to do these sort of multi window painting things, but I kind of like snapping over to the side. And it helps me have some bigger monitors to where you can kind of grab over to a side with if you have a couple programs. So I got this program called magnet, it's one of the top selling paid apps. In the App Store. There's a few different competitors to that people seem to be interested in, also, but I got this one, it was working great enough, it's a little different than the way that the windows one does it but it's fine. And it adds the functionality that I was looking for, which is great, great benefit for me. The other one, the other utility that I was picking up was paste the paste app, which I think is kind of interesting. It's it's like a clipboard app. So every computer I think, since we started getting graphical user interfaces, I think since as I recall, Windows 3.1 had a clipboard in it, but that's when you do the copy paste stuff if you copy or cut, copy or paste if you cut or copy something, it goes onto your clipboard and then when you paste it, it's pulled off the clipboard and paste it in to where it's gonna go. But really the computer convention for whatever reason is just set to that you can only copy or cut one item at a time. And if you cut again, a copy again, there's really no history of it or there's no way to track back the level of things that you've had copied or cut if you want to paste those in so it can kind of add into some frustrations. But this clipboard utility paste the paste app I think is set to sort of store like snippets and and pieces of information that you're going to try and pull up and use repeatedly over time through like your workflow. So I was trying to figure out a way to do that I'm doing a bunch of SEO stuff, like I was saying on that website. So going through and having like, like, you know, this is a block of links, this is a block of explanation. Texas is like a great meta tag This is for this stuff. If I have all that sort of laid out, that's a great workflow where I can just kind of pull up and sort of it's like, it's visually the UI is that like a command on the keyboard and a poll at the bottom third of the screen and you have this history this row this like timeline of all the different times that you've copied something over to your clipboard, and you can go back to as far as a month or maybe even more than that and it'll share it with iCloud too. So if you have different computers, you can have this app on there and you can kind of share everything on your clipboard around. It's kind of interesting and it's a cool little little useful Mac utility if you are so inclined to do copy paste, but I don't know I you know, a lot of people seem to survive, which is what is it command community community? I guess I have up until this point, but try it out. That'd be kind of fun. So thanks a lot for checking out this episode of The Billy Newman photo podcast. Hope you guys check out some stuff on Billy Newman photo.com few new things up there some stuff on the homepage, some good links to other other outbound sources, some links to books and links to some podcasts. Like this. blog posts are pretty cool. Yeah, check it out at Billy new minnesota.com. Thanks a lot for listening to this episode and the backend.

Nikki Network
Astro Gems : new moon in leo

Nikki Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 4:44


In time for the new moon in Leo here's an addition to the Creative Album. Astro Gems is a section where we will discuss astrological events, energies and themes with the support of long time professional astrologers. Embark on a new venture. Join the Creative Community to unlock episodes for members only. Website https://instabio.cc/belleoflight or https://instabio.cc/belleofbeauty Financial contributions accepted Cashapp $belleofbeauty Venmo @lashnikki PayPal Niketra Beraud --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/nikbcreative/message

B.T.W (Beginner to Winner) PvP Podcast
It's a Hisui way of life

B.T.W (Beginner to Winner) PvP Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 162:55


Special Thanks to Off The Post for our awesome theme music.You can follow them on Instagram @offthepostband you may see a familiar face on there *wink wink*BTW Web Site: BTWPvP.comSubscribe to our YouTube channel!https://youtube.com/channel/UCTu6PZMQ3e6GfNWtJnHSwcACheck out our Merch Store!Check out our mate FishOnAHeater and Pallet Town PvPhttps://linktr.ee/pallettownpvpTeam BTWLyleJeffs111 on Twitchhttps://www.twitch.tv/lylejeffsiiiInstinctLeaderSpark on Twitchhttps://www.twitch.tv/nstinctldrsparkKyleThrows on Twitchhttps://www.twitch.tv/kylethrowsIf you have suggestions, ideas, or inquiries, you can contact:Our Executive Producer: matthewbraeker@btwpvp.comYou can email us at the following:The Show: info@btwpvp.comAstro: astrozombie954@btwpvp.comDinho: dinhoelmagico@btwpvp.comWildcat: wildcatdad17@btwpvp.comGood Luck and Get Good! Become part of Team B.T.W See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

ASTRO Journals
Radiation Therapy for Brain Metastases: An ASTRO Clinical Practice Guideline

ASTRO Journals

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 0:56


Practical Radiation Oncology deputy editor James B. Yu, MD, Columbia University Irvine Center hosts a conversation on ASTRO clinical practice guideline on radiation therapy for Brain Metastases. Eric Chang MD of the Keck School of Medicine of USC and Veronica Chiang, MD, of Yale University School of Medicine discuss the recommendations in the four key areas: what are the indications for radiosurgery alone for brain metastases, what should be done before or after surgical resection of brain metastases, when and how should we do whole brain radiation, and what are the risks of radionecrosis. Two of the guideline authors, Jona A. Hattangadi‐Gluth, MD of the University of California, San Diego and Vinai Gondi, MD of Northwestern Medicine Cancer Center and Proton Center discuss the development process of the guideline and the evidence for the recommendations.

Wholesale Hotline
Personal Branding And HOUSING MARKET CHANGE 2022 With Jamil And Pace | AstroFlipping

Wholesale Hotline

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 76:12


In this video, Pace and I talked about personal branding. We shared tips on building a personal brand and putting up content that revolves around what you want to be known for which may range from your favorite food to your work ethics and the community you associate with. Also, we deep dived into the hottest topic in real estate right now: the housing market change in 2022. We're going to address questions that have been bugging most people for the longest time like, will the housing market change in 2022 lead to the market crashing, what to do if the housing market crashes, and would now still be a good time to do wholesaling real estate even if the housing market does crash? We talked about these and so much more. This is such a treat guys, don't miss this.  ➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖ ☎️ Welcome to Wholesale Hotline & Astro Flipping breakout

Paint the Black
Ep 8: "Memory Lane" with Julia Morales Clark

Paint the Black

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 37:59


In this episode we had the opportunity to sit down with Houston Astro's reporter Julia Morales Clark and walk down memory lane. We talked about the rough years to the Astro's we know now. Julia gives us an in-depth look at how she got her start and what it's like breaking into the world of sport's reporting as woman!! From stories about Jason and his career to life after baseball, Julia gives us her perspective and you won't want to miss it!

Zone 1150 - Louie Belina Show
July 25th, 2022 (Hour 3)

Zone 1150 - Louie Belina Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 43:22


On the final hour of the Louie Belina Show presented by King Ranch Saddle Shop, Louie talks about Aggie Basketball, the failures of the All-Star Break, and Astro's. Then he hosts a "listen in" with Coach Sam Pittman! All that and more!

Film Jerks Podcast
FJ28 - Open Discussion 20220723

Film Jerks Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 72:18


The Jerks discuss the trailer for "Fear (1996)", Anime talks about Netflix's current adaptation of "Bastard!! (2022)", and Bow Tie covers the film, "I Am a Ghost (2014)". Additionally, we discuss fan-dubbed anime, independent films, film festivals, and licensing in cinema.

14 Waves
Mixtape 75: I am the astro creep.

14 Waves

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 58:07


Lizard Skin – “Afterlife Saloon”, 2020. Joy Division – “She’s Lost Control”, 1980. House of Harm – “Isolator”, 2020. Psyche – “Insatiable (US Mix)”, 1988. Ultravox – “Dancing with Tears in My Eyes”, 1984. Spandau Ballet – “To Cut a Long Story Short”, 1980. Zack Zack Zack – “Alles was du hast”, 2021. ACTORS – “Slaves (FM Attack RMX)”, 2019. SØLVE – “SVNT LACRIMÆ RERVM (Null Device Remix)”, 2021. Download – “Gaslighter”, 2019. White Zombie – “More Human Than Human (Meet Bambi in the King’s Harem Mix)”, 1996. Tense – “Body Conscious”, 2011. Years of Denial – “Human You Scare Me”, 2019. Maenad Veyl – “Out of Sight”, 2019. Website link: https://skullandcrossfades.com/i-am-the-astro-creep

Nourishing the Mother
NTM 370: Recession proofing your family financially and emotionally with Coco, the astro-economist - Part 2

Nourishing the Mother

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 44:32


If you can't deal with your emotions, you can't deal with your money. So in this episode with Coco the astro economist, we talk building your intuition to build your wealth, working on your self-worth to build you net worth, busting your ‘hard work' beliefs, and not waiting for the perfect time. We also explore how empowering ourselves as mothers, empowers our daughters so they may free themselves from a life of financial abuse. In this two-part series we cover:* The crippling effect of the fear of 'losing it all' that holds you and your family back* What a good money manager is and how to become one* Your self-worth underpins your ability to make money and build your wealth* Make love to the numbers you hate* Earning more than your partner is not a bad thing, you just usher in a new version of your partner* Choosing intuition over intellect towards financial growth* Following the small signs each day to build a strong trust in your own intuition* We can subconsciously sabotage ourselves and 'lose it all' in order to stay connected to our friends and family circles* The importance of building a network that helps you go through the ceiling - your network is your net-worth!* You first have to trust your own intuition, then you 'train' your family/partner to trust it* Everything has a gift, what is your gift right now? Especially when life has dealt you a huge challenge.* The difference between intuition and emotion and how to nuance the difference for yourself* economic cycles have synergy with astrological cycles* How to 'read the media' for where we're at in the bull or bare cycles* How to beat FOMO - everything has an 'opportunity cost' - it's only important that you're grounded and in-alignment with YOUR values, comparison is death* focusing on where you CAN monetise To connect with Coco, find her on Instagram at @iamcocodee and at https://coralinedufroux.comTo explore feminine embodiment, intimacy and relationship in Honey Club with Julie, visit https://julietenner.love/To explore conscious parenting and inspiring motherhood in Reimagining Motherhood with Bridget, visit https://www.bridgetwood.life/

StarSound Speaks
Episode 183: Your Astro Weather For The Week of July 24, 2022

StarSound Speaks

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 23, 2022 20:32


Lovely star friends! It's Episode 183 of StarSound Speaks with your astro weather for the week of July 24, 2022. Enjoy!

PTI
Double-Headed Loss

PTI

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 26:12 Very Popular


Tony Kornheiser and Pablo Torre discuss If the Astro's sweeping the Yankees in a double header means anything, if the Nationals should trade Juan Soto, and if they're betting on Shohei Otani or Max Scherzer.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

astroinsight's podcast
Astro-Insight for July 25-31, 2022

astroinsight's podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 8:38


Oooo-ooo-oooo you're on fire.  Astro-Insight for July 25-31, 2022. Please do not forward w/o copyright notice intact, which is: Text & recording © ℗ Kathy Biehl 2022. Fire songs playlist US Pluto Return Phase Two  Support this podcast   My Taurus/Scorpio eclipse talk  Working With Pluto visualization Listen to Celestial Compass on OM Times Radio Find out what this means for you! Bonus content at Patreon Instagram: @kabiehl Facebook: Empowerment Unlimited The Astro-Insight Lounge  Read my Uranus in Taurus guide Watch my talk about Saturn in Aquarius Listen to this podcast on your iPhone, iPad, Android, and Windows Phone. My podcast app host uses an app called The Podcast Source. You can download that app (and from it, my Astro-Insight app) from the Apple App Store  and from Google Play. You can also subscribe to my podcasts through Apple Podcasts (which have replaced iTunes) and get them delivered straight to your email box! Visit the astroinsight page to sign up. And please give them lots of stars! For the Windows Phone, go to the Windows App store and search for astroinsight.

Paranormalish
Mini Episode: When Lucid Dreaming Goes Bad ft Yung Gravy

Paranormalish

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 6:44


Mini Episode: Yung Gravy (and his friend) attepmted Lucid Dreaming and Astro Projection, this is what happened!

Wholesale Hotline
Why Jamil NEVER Use An Agent's Title Company | AstroFlipping Breakout

Wholesale Hotline

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 4:31


Why Jamil NEVER Use An Agent's Title Company There's a number of reasons why you should never use an agent's title company when wholesaling real estate. You want to work with a title company that will let you do a wholesale deal. A title company that is unfamiliar with wholesaling and unfriendly with wholesalers may cause all your hard work to unravel. In this video, I'm also sharing with you the reasons I give an agent why I can't use their title company. ➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖ ☎️ Welcome to Wholesale Hotline & Astro Flipping breakout

Destination On The Left
Episode 288: Creating a Stellar Experience for Astro Tourists, with Michael Marlin

Destination On The Left

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 40:28


Marlin is the quintessential Renaissance man and has led a life that reads like a novel—running away with the circus, seeing the world with his juggling act, living in a tree house in the jungle, writing and illustrating a book, dreaming up an illuminated show that would go on to play internationally, inventing a one-of-a-kind toy, and building a homestead where he lives in a solar-powered house. On this episode of Destination on the Left, I talk with Michael Marlin, known as Marlin, about his fascinating role as an astro tourism consultant, speaker, and author. I was so excited to discuss what dark skies tourism means for businesses and how destinations can begin to create a story that offers an amazing experience to their visitors. Marlin also shares some examples of where destination marketers can find creative examples of how businesses can leverage their proximity to a dark sky destination. What You Will Learn in this Episode: Marlin shares how he first became aware of dark skies and how that experience piqued his interest in astro tourism How Haley's Comet led to Marlin's interest in performance artwork in the dark, which eventually led to his founding of theatrical a touring production called Luma Marlin describes how people can find places with dark sky certifications and the impact of the certification on the local travel and tourism industry Some of the places in the world where travelers can find dark skies to enjoy, including Norway, South Africa, and Hawaii How social media is drawing people to dark sky experiences Marlin gives his advice to communities in the path of the solar eclipse in North America in 2024 on how they can prepare to give their visitors and residents the best experience possible How to create a positive and cohesive experience for people interested in Astro tourism, from music to folk stories, to help tourists understand what they are seeing in the night sky Some travel industry trends coming to the fore right now, including sustainable tourism and eco-tourism, and how they feed into the theme of astro tourism What a business or a destination can do to take advantage of their dark skies How Dark Skies Impact Tourism Opportunites Visitors interested in taking advantage of the experience of visiting a dark skies certified park have to stay overnight, which is a massive boost to the local economy. Marlin suggests how businesses, including hotels, restaurants, boutiques, and entertainment venues close to dark sky parks, can create content to enhance the experience they offer to astro tourists. Destinations need to connect the dots for visitors and create an experience for when people come out to see the dark sky covering themes such as astronomy, music, and the culture and storytelling that connects us to space and the stars above us. Marlin shares the most important things destinations can do to enhance visitors' view of the stars, including ditching white LEDs and going back to an amber-colored light in outside areas. Dark Skies and Sustainability On the podcast, Marlin discusses how dark skies connect to other key themes in the travel and tourism industry, such as sustainability and climate change. He shares why people who are interested in dark skies have an interest in protecting dark skies and are therefore more likely to be drawn to those causes. Marlin explores how central Idaho dark sky reserve, Ketchum, Sun Valley, changed their lighting to achieve a dark sky certification and how that impacted on their contribution to slowing climate change. The International Dark-Sky Association works to protect dark skies and can also provide lots of resources on dark sky friendly lighting that destinations can seek out. Communities Near Dark Sky Areas Parts of North America are in the path of the upcoming solar eclipse in 2024, and on the show, Marlin shares advice and insights with communities in the path of totality. He discusses how they can prepare to give their visitors and residents the best experience possible by incorporating music and folk stories into the astro tourism offering to help people connect with what they see in the night sky. Resources: Website: http://mindofmarlin.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/m-marlin-2a6b6214/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/michaelmarlin Twitter: https://twitter.com/mindofmarlin We value your thoughts and feedback and would love to hear from you. Leave us a review on your favorite streaming platform to let us know what you want to hear more of. Here is a quick tutorial on how to leave us a rating and review on iTunes!: https://breaktheicemedia.com/rating-review/

Wholesale Hotline
16-Year Old HIGH SCHOOLER Aces Wholesaling Real Estate | AstroFlipping Breakout

Wholesale Hotline

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 23:35


  ndy is one of the most inspiring people I've met. My youngest mentee in Astroflipping, a high schooler who aces wholesaling real estate. Who's been successfully closing deals, and now building a wholesale business at the age of 16. Growing up, he's already had his mind set on being an entrepreneur, seeing how his parents run their restaurant business and how cool it must be to be your own boss and work at your own terms. He started working as a cashier at the age of 8 from his parent's restaurant. It was his first experience at talking to people. In middle school, he did side hustles for extra cash by selling some of his own things. At age 15 he even sold surplus pallets that were just taking up space in his father's business partner's company. Like most kids his age, Andy also liked playing video games but he soon realizes that they're such a waste of time and that he can make better use of whatever free time he has. He found Astroflipping through one of my funny ads. He dove right into the course but got distracted by a lot of things he was trying to do and he took a break. Andy was brought back by seeing Noah, a fellow Astroflipping student who's about the same age range as he is and realized that he needs to get himself back into Astroflipping and get really serious about it. He re-started the course, this time with much hunger for success, he focused on wholesaler outreach and is now selling deals to hedge funds. Imagine that, age 16 and he's selling to institutional buyers. If anyone is on the fence right now, if you want to be successful, be actionable. If you really want it, you'll find a way to come and get it. Connect with Andy for deals on TX, FL, and GA: 832-292-7286 ➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖ ☎️ Welcome to Wholesale Hotline & Astro Flipping breakout