It's National Fluffernutter Day, and Producers Josh and Iyube tried these sweet creations for the first time. Jaresha at Store 2821 in Richmond, Virginia, was our Associate of the Day. Carlos brought the sunshine with him from Store 3473 in Las Vegas, Nevada, with his shoutout to the entire store. We had marvelous milestones on today's show, with Angelina at Store 184 in Blue Springs, Missouri, reaching 35 years with the company. Sherry from Store 205 in Philadelphia, Mississippi, and Allan from Store 1483 in Yankton, South Dakota, both celebrated 30 years with Walmart. Juan from Store 4108 in Springdale, Arkansas, jammed his way through a fun round of 5 Seconds or Less going up against Josh to test his musical knowledge. Bo's Impossible Question of the Day asked: the first of these appeared in 1970. The answer may shake everyone up a bit. Tune in to find out what it is!
Opening Statement - 5 min 20 secLet's Have A Chat w/ Ray Reed - 7 min 45 secTalkin' Politics - 30 min TRUE OR FALSE - The Pandora papers are a big dealEarly voting already well under way in Virginia in a tight racehttps://www.politico.com/news/2021/09/27/mcauliffe-youngkin-virginia-race-514355https://projects.fivethirtyeight.com/polls/governor/virginia/ JORSH's Revenge - Alleged smear of Nicole Galloway for auditing Hawley's AG officehttps://www.kansascity.com/news/politics-government/article254623527.htmlGalloway investigated Hawley's AG office during the time of his Senate race, that information was publicly released, Hawley claims he is a client Bi-partisan Infrastructure/BBB Planhttps://www.politico.com/news/2021/10/01/house-democrats-biden-infrastructure-deal-514878Hyde Amendment issue https://thehill.com/homenews/senate/574621-manchin-says-reconciliation-bill-must-include-controversial-hyde-amendmentIs the progressive stance the right stance here?LAST CALL - 1hr 10 minThe Culture Wars: COVID-19https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2021/oct/03/missouri-coronavirus-covid-culture-wars
If you love America, you will love the Ryder Cup this weekend. If you don't follow golf or even like it that much, we have a short course on why this matters so much as we celebrate an event that is about American pride and patriotism. This week, the Chiefs are not in first place for the first time in years. Years. Sunday, believe it or not, their game against the Chargers is for sole possession of last place in the AFC West. There is one key that will decide this game, we'll tell you what it is. A Jackson County judge has ordered authorities to do whatever is necessary to close Rae's Cafe in Blue Springs. We don't know where this goes next but if that place is shut down, it's going to be ugly. And Al Sharpton went to the border to try to make money off the chaos and his speech was totally shouted down by conservatives that want a stable immigration system. He's called out for inciting rioting and violence an his protesters are spot on.
In today's episode, we have Jake Oreskovich, a passionate entrepreneur and investor who has been active in the real estate scene since 2009. Before investing in his hometown of Pueblo and Southern Colorado, he was an on-site property manager at a 48-unit apartment complex in Blue Springs, Missouri. Along with his current real estate endeavors, Jake owns and operates a commercial asphalt maintenance company called Patriot Sealcoating and eventually became a silent partner and passive investor in the company to allow more time to further his real estate education and growth. Join us as we dive deep on how to get with Direct to Seller or DTS! [00:01 – 21:15] Opening Segment Let's get to know Jake Oreskovich Jake talks about his real estate journey Education through experience Starting an asphalt company Learning through trial and error Moving a lot and taking advantage of the market Managing large multifamily properties and seeking mentorships [21:16 – 43:50] How to Get Started with Direct to Seller What Direct to Seller (DTS) means Benefits of going DTS Network with people or get some software to start with DTS Generating a list of units and the corresponding strategies Step-by-step gameplan of what to do with the list of units Tips on how to reach out to people [43:51 – 33:25] Closing Segment Jake's biography title Breaking the cycle in Jake's familySetting big goals and riding on the momentum Connect with Jake through the links below Final words from us Tweetable Quotes: “I would say start with smaller stuff first, because the bigger you go, the less likely it is that you're going to go direct to seller because there's more people involved.” - Jake Oreskovich Find out more and connect with Jake by sending him an email at email@example.com. LEAVE A REVIEW + help someone who wants to explode their business growth by sharing this episode. I believe that you only need a small axe to build a lasting empire. Let's start building yours! To know more about me and all the real estate opportunities you can find, you can connect with me on LinkedIn, Instagram, and Facebook or check out my website https://smallaxecommunities.com/ and book a call with me.
Historian Ben Baumann talks with former American football star Brandon Lloyd about his journey to the NFL, what it is like playing in the NFL, and what it takes to become a professional athlete. (Brandon Lloyd retired All-Pro NFL wide receiver, completed 11 seasons of professional football; in 2010, he led the NFL with 1,448 receiving yards. The only Denver Bronco in NFL history to do so and 11 touchdowns on only 77 receptions. Upon retirement, Brandon returned to the University of Illinois to complete his undergraduate and walked with the class of 2018. Brandon is passionate about business and youth development. While playing in the NFL, he founded a private music publishing entity; in the latter part of his NFL career spent his off-season's working in aerospace sales. Philanthropically Brandon mobilized a regional chapter of Blessings in a Backpack to feed youth in his hometown of Blue Springs, Missouri. Post-NFL, he has mentored DACA recipients and is active in faith-based Denver Dream Center serving families suffering from recidivism, loss of faith, and poverty. Locally as a medical device sales representative for Zimmer Biomet Spine, Brandon provided intraoperative support for orthopedic and neurosurgeons. He is currently serving as a Business Partnerships and Apprenticeship Ambassador at CareerWise Colorado, a registered youth apprenticeship non-profit. He combines his two lifelong passions of engaging in business and youth advancement.) For more on Brandon Lloyd visit the following links: Twitter: https://twitter.com/mrblloyd?ref_src=twsrc%5Egoogle%7Ctwcamp%5Eserp%7Ctwgr%5Eauthor CareerWise Colorado: https://www.careerwisecolorado.org/en/team/brandon-lloyd/ (The memories, comments, and viewpoints shared by guests in the interviews do not represent the viewpoints of, or speak for Roots of Reality)
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On this edition of The Mary Faye Headrick Good Deed Segment, we are at Blue Springs Elementary School in Limestone County, Alabama, to recognize some amazing teachers who are part of the Mustang Academy. Maria Tyler wanted to do something nice for them for being so important to her own children's lives and she invited me to cover this special moment. Listen and share.
The episode where we share our haunted investigation of the Dillingham Lewis House in Blue Springs, MO! This place is beautifully restored by the historical society and has several ghosts that are rumored to be haunting the grounds to this day. We've got a Dementor in the basement, so many Christmas trees that you know this place is LIT (get it?…get it?!), and reports of a woman passing by a window. Plus you get to hear about some hardcores, Sarah asks people if they know WAP, Boydston gets mad at us and prefers recording Lindsey, and Lindsey was almost Mevlina. Lots of fun times to be had here, so pour yourself some spiced wine and enjoy our retelling of the ghosts at the Dillingham Lewis House! www.thetipsyghost.com Find us on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and TikTok @thetipsyghost. Email us your stories at firstname.lastname@example.org Show your support when you subscribe, leave a great review & give us a 5 star rating—it really helps!
Knowing a dude who makes flamethrowers for a living is pretty amazing. Having that same guy based right here in town? IS F**KING AWESOME!! Carl Salvatore of Vulcan Flamethrowers is just such a guy!! Based in Blue Springs, Carl is pumping out high quality flame throwers like there's no tomorrow!! And, let's face it...having someone who encourages our pyro tendencies is both a bad idea, and the best damn thing ever!! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Blue Springs native Khalil Davis will be playing for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in Super Bowl 55. This week, we talk to Khalil, his parents, and high school coach about his rise from foster care to the NFL. It's a story he shares with his twin brother Carlos, who plays for the Steelers. Both men made it to the postseason in their rookie seasons in the NFL.
On this episode of “The Building Code,” the fourth episode of our COVID-19 series, Paul is joined by Matt Kowalske of Kowalske Kitchen & Bath in Delafield, Wis., and Dana Webb of Ashlar Homes in Blue Springs, Mo., to talk about their experience with managing their businesses amid the pandemic in the Midwest region of the United States. Listen to the full episode to hear more about their company stories and how they're maintaining internal processes and sub relationships during COVID-19.
Meteorologists like beer, too. In fact, this week's guest brewed a beer at Wind Shift Brewing in Blue Springs, MO. Joining us this episode is KMBC weather chief Bryan Busby. We talk about his recent adventure in brewing and learn he’s great at character voices and just a generally funny dude.This week’s mystery beers include Slush from Prairie Artisan, Hazeus Corpus from Legal Draft and Write Drunk, Edit Sober from Fat Orange Cat Brew Co.