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Human Capital Innovations (HCI) Podcast
S31E7 - Employee-Centric Versus Capital-Centric Organizations, with Kevin Hancock

Human Capital Innovations (HCI) Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2022 28:03


In this HCI Podcast episode, Dr. Jonathan H. Westover (https://www.linkedin.com/in/jonathanhwestover/) talks with Kevin Hancock about employee-centric versus capital-centric organizations. See the video here: https://youtu.be/DF_sGKzra9U. Kevin Hancock (https://www.linkedin.com/in/kevin-hancock-6bb0501a1/) is an award-winning author and speaker. The CEO of Hancock Lumber Company, one of the oldest and best known family businesses in America, he is a recipient of the Ed Muskie Access to Justice award, the Habitat for Humanity Spirit of Humanity award, the Boy Scouts of America Distinguished Citizen award, and the Timber Processing Magazine Person of the Year award. Kevin is also a member of the Maine Indian Tribal State Commission. A frequent visitor to the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South Dakota, Kevin is an advocate of strengthening the voices of all individuals—within a company or a community —through listening, empowering, and shared leadership. Kevin is also the founder of The Seventh Power, a non-profit organization dedicated to advancing economic sovereignty for native communities across America. Please leave a review wherever you listen to your podcasts! Check out the LinkedIn Alchemizing Human Capital Newsletter: https://www.linkedin.com/newsletters/alchemizing-human-capital-6884351526333227008/. Check out Dr. Westover's book, 'Bluer than Indigo' Leadership, here: https://www.innovativehumancapital.com/bluerthanindigo. Check out Dr. Westover's book, The Alchemy of Truly Remarkable Leadership, here: https://www.innovativehumancapital.com/leadershipalchemy. Check out the latest issue of the Human Capital Leadership magazine, here: https://www.innovativehumancapital.com/hci-magazine. Ranked #6 Performance Management Podcast: https://blog.feedspot.com/performance_management_podcasts/ Ranked #6 Workplace Podcast: https://blog.feedspot.com/workplace_podcasts/ Ranked #7 HR Podcast: https://blog.feedspot.com/hr_podcasts/ Ranked #12 Talent Management Podcast: https://blog.feedspot.com/talent_management_podcasts/ Ranked in the Top 20 Personal Development and Self-Improvement Podcasts: https://blog.feedspot.com/personal_development_podcasts/ Ranked in the Top 30 Leadership Podcasts: https://blog.feedspot.com/leadership_podcasts/ --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/hcipodcast/support

Tell Em Steve-Dave
#506: Big, Blue, Boy Scout

Tell Em Steve-Dave

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 107:14


Bry, Walt, and Q bring the razzle-dazzle of the Patreon show ‘I Buy Comics' to TESD.

Radiolab
Darkode

Radiolab

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2022 38:34


It would seem that hackers today can do just about anything they want - from turning on the cellphone in your pocket to holding your life's work hostage. Cyber criminals today have more sophisticated tools, have learned to work collaboratively around the world and have found innovative ways to remain deep undercover in the internet's shadows. This episode, we shine a light into those shadows to see the world from the perspectives of both cybercrime victims and perpetrators. First we meet mother-daughter duo Alina and Inna Simone, who tell us about being held hostage by criminals who have burrowed into their lives from half a world away. Along the way we learn about the legally sticky spot that unwitting accomplices like Will Wheeler find themselves in. Then reporter and author Joseph Menn tells us about the surprisingly lucrative professional hacker structure in places throughout the former Soviet Union. Finally, the co-creator of one of the most notorious online marketplaces to ever exist speaks to us and NPR cyber-crime expert Dina Temple-Raston about how a young suburban Boy Scout can turn into a world renowned black hat hacker. Support Radiolab by becoming a member today at Radiolab.org/donate.Radiolab is on YouTube! Catch up with new episodes and hear classics from our archive. Plus, find other cool things we did in the past — like miniseries, music videos, short films and animations, behind-the-scenes features, Radiolab live shows, and more. Take a look, explore and subscribe!

Turmeric and Tequila
126. Gaining > Losing in 2022!

Turmeric and Tequila

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 60:48


It's a new year and an opportunity to check in, so let's do so! I am pumped to welcome Steve Nagib, to the T&T mic to dial in an approach and mindset for 2022. Steve is a long-time health and wellness professional working with all levels and arenas from personal training, to collegiate sports, to the pros. Through Steve's diverse experience and wealth of time spent with all kinds of human beings, he's formed a very forward-thinking approach to life, health, and wellness. Steve equally emphasizes the focus on the mental and the physical heath, passionate about broadening the perspectives of his clients to truly achieve wellness, the right way. We, as humans, are getting more and more conscious as consumers and are seeing a multitude of new options to questions a better way- especially around our health. That being said, the health and wellness arena can be overwhelming to navigate. If you have a trustworthy guide like Steve to help light the way, you streamline your path to wellness! Don't be overwhelmed with the idea of immediate, dramatic changes… go one step at a time, keeping the mindset right so the body can follow. Enter into this new year the right way, knowing you are already enough.   Highlights: Questioning a better way. Health, wellness, and evolving paths to happiness. Passion, purpose, and the journey. Evolution and evolving missions. Mission driven humans. Adding in vs. taking out. You don't need to be more. Slow, sustainable change. Mindset over masochism. Your crew, your inspiration. Mental health and physical health and how they work together. Whole human approach. The human condition. Therapy, because that's how you level up.     Steve Nagib: A native of Eastern Pennsylvania, Steve earned his undergraduate degree in Athletic Training from the University of Pittsburgh. After completing an internship with the Pittsburgh Pirates, his passion for sports and sports medicine only grew deeper. His love for the outdoors, stemming from his participation in the Boy Scouts, led him across the country to explore, hike, and continue his education at the University of Oregon. There he earned a Master's Degree in Human Physiology while serving the Duck's football program. Steve's diverse work experience has included collegiate athletics at Gonzaga University, professional athletics with the NBA Developmental Academy, and amateur athletics as a personal trainer. Steve likes to combine skills from both his ATC and CSCS credentials, because he truly believes that movement is medicine. When he's not nerding out on work, you can find Steve reading a good book, cooking a tasty meal, or watching a stand-up comedy. IG: @SteveNagib , @denversportsrecovery  FB: Denver Sports Recovery  Twitter: @DenSportsRecov #RecoveryLikeAPro  . . .   Connect with T&T: IG: @TurmericTequila Facebook: @TurmericAndTequila Website: www.TurmericAndTequila.com   Host: Kristen Olson IG: @Madonnashero Tik Tok: @Madonnashero Email: Info@KOAlliance.com Website: www.KOAlliance.com     #turmericandtequila,  #gracefuldisrution,  #youtube,  #youtuber,  #diy,  #conversation,  #socialchange,  #turmeric,  #tequila,  #podcast,  #show,  #community,  #motivation,  #koalliance,  #branding,  #marketing,  #howto,  #newvideo,  #glow,  #discover,  #lifestyle,  #fyp, #subscribers    

Crazy Sh*t In Real Estate with Leigh Brown
322 - Helping Veterans Get Their Homes with James Heaslet

Crazy Sh*t In Real Estate with Leigh Brown

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 13:21


Today's episode is all about a piece of lesser-known information that Realtors® and veterans should know. Chief Appraiser from the Veteran Administration James Heaslet shares some tips and insights on how to best help veterans from inspections to appraisals. Key takeaways to listen for Dealing with an agent misleading the price market value Comparing homes with different comparables What you should do as an investor   About James Heaslet James Heaslet is the Chief Appraiser for the Department of Veterans Affairs. As a retired Gunnery Sergeant of the U.S. Marines, he has an aggressive track in the Appraisal industry. James has just 10 years as an appraiser, he was appointed to the Arizona State Board of Appraisals by the Governor and served for 6 years. He had served as Chairperson of application, personnel and was Vice Chair of the board. Adjudicated over 2500 cases est., both residential and commercial.  During this time, he maintained his business as an independent Fee Appraiser, and earned his Executive Masters in Business Administration (MBA) degree from the University of Arizona. James now oversees an appraisal panel with over 6500 Appraisers Nationwide, and over 6000 Staff Appraisal Reviewers. While serving on the Appraisal Board, took Level I and II Investigator training, and is a member of the Mortgage Fraud Task Force overseen by the FBI. James is also an associate member of the Certified Fraud Examiners Association. Volunteers as an Assistant Scoutmaster with the Boy Scouts of America. Connect with James LinkedIn: James Heaslet MBA   Start your free, all-access trial today. There's no credit card required. For a limited time, Follow Up Boss is doubling the free trial for CSIRE listeners—that's a full 30 days to see how Follow Up Boss helps you close more deals. LINK: Followupboss.com/crazy   Connect with Leigh Please subscribe to this podcast in iTunes or in the Podcasts App on your phone, and never miss a beat from Leigh by visiting https://leighbrown.com. DM Leigh Brown on Instagram or on Twitter or any social networks by clicking here. Subscribe to Leigh's other podcast Real Estate From The Rooftops!

Silver On the Sage
Andrea Watson

Silver On the Sage

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 52:29


Beginning in 1950, the facilities surrounding the Villa Philmonte were built, and it became the National Training Center of the Boy Scouts of America - known today as the Philmont Training Center or PTC. Today, Andrea Watson joins the show as an authority on the Philmont Training Center.  She first arrived at Philmont in 1986 as a 7 year old, on a trip to PTC with her family.  Andrea describes PTC as a subset of the larger Philmont culture, where a melting pot of dynamic positions and departments unite to make the magic happen.   After working seasonally at PTC, Andrea became a District Executive for the BSA with the goal of some day returning as the PTC Associate Director of Program.  Andrea achieved her goal much quicker than anticipated and in 2011 was offered, and accepted the position.  Today, Andrea continues to work for the BSA as the Director of Outdoor Programs and Properties.  She shares a brief update on new initiatives for PTC programs as the BSA continues to evolve.  These include, goals towards reaching more diverse families as well as families without a legacy or tradition of engaging in the outdoors. Lastly, Andrea shares stories and love for the Philmont full-time community and the incredible hard work and sacrifice that they do, to enable Philmont to succeed year after year.  She challenges us all to recognize the importance of getting families outdoors - whether that be your immediate family, work family, or a family of friends. Philmont ExperienceParticipant'86, '87, '92: PTC Program '95, '96, '97: Trek Seasonal Staff2000-2001: PTC Group Leader2002: PTC Silverados Coordinator2003: PTC Asst Program Director2004: PTC Program Director2002-2004: Fall/Winter Seasonal Staff at PTCFull-Time Staff2011-2015: Associate Director of Program – PTC Notable Mentions:Mark and Linda AndersonDiane and John ClarkShelley O'NeillAmy Ray HallCoralie GrahamSupport the show (https://pod.fan/silveronthesagepodcast)

MinistryWatch Podcast
Ep. 157: Boy Scouts, Preemptive Love Coalition and Lysa TerKeurst

MinistryWatch Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2022 26:29


On today's program, news about the sex abuse case involving the Boy Scouts of America. Survivors appear to have rejected the settlement plan. And clergy burnout has become more acute in the era of COVID, but some pastors say sabbaticals are helping them and their families cope. And Proverbs 31 Ministries founder and president Lysa TerKeurst announced on social media Jan. 1 that she and her husband Art are getting divorced. We begin today with a story that we've been following here at MinistryWatch for more than two years, and that's the story of a ministry called Preemptive Love. The producers for today's program are Rich Roszel and Steve Gandy. We get database and other technical support from Cathy Goddard, Stephen DuBarry, Emily Kern, and Casey Sudduth. Writers who contributed to today's program include Anne Stych, Shannon Cuthrell, Bob Smietana, Paul Clolery, Audrey Jackson, and Randall Chase. Special thanks for The Christian Chronicle and The NonProfit Times for contributing material on this week's podcast. Until next time, may God bless you.

Intentional Living and Leadership with Cal Walters
#79: Secretary Bob McDonald — On Helping One Person at a Time and Lifelong Learning

Intentional Living and Leadership with Cal Walters

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 65:42


Join us on Jan 22, 2022 at the MMoment in the Washington, DC area!  Register here.   I'm really excited to welcome Secretary Bob McDonald to the Intentional Leader podcast. We cover a lot of ground with Bob on this episode.  We dig into his upbringing, overcoming a fear of swimming at West Point and how he deals with fear in general, how he thinks we should measure success as a leader, what he was laser-focused on at Proctor & Gamble, how he stays motivated during tough moments, and much more.  Bob served Procter & Gamble for 33 years with the last four as Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer.  During his tenure as CEO of P&G Bob helped to expand the footprint of the company brands such that one billion people became new customers of a company product. Following his career at P&G, Bob was selected by President Obama in 2014 to head the Department of Veterans Affairs.  While at the helm of the VA, Bob was able to help transform the agency into one that truly delivered better care for our Military veterans. Bob McDonald is the recipient of numerous leadership awards and Honorary Doctorate Degrees that include: Hampden Sydney College, University of Cincinnati, Xavier University, Robert Morris University, and Drexel University. In 2010, the University of Utah Alumni Association named Bob a Distinguished Graduate. The West Point Association of Graduates named McDonald for its admired Distinguished Graduate Award in 2017, recognition provided annually to “West Point graduates whose character, distinguished service and stature draw wholesome comparison to the qualities for which West Point strives.” With that distinction, Bob joins Academy graduates like Gen. Matthew B. Ridgway, Gen. William C. Westmoreland, Gen. Alexander M. Haig Jr., Dr. Buzz Aldrin, Gen. H. Norman Schwarzkopf, Mr. R. James Nicholson, Gen. Eric K. Shinseki, among others. In 2014, The President of the Republic of Singapore awarded Bob the Public Service Star for his work helping shape Singapore's development as an international hub connecting global companies with Asian firms and enterprises. Lastly, Bob has received an award as Scout Leader from the Boy Scouts and Far East Council. Bob McDonald is personally and professionally committed to values-based leadership and to improving the lives of others. He is Chairman of the Board of RallyPoint Networks, Inc.—an online community of active duty military members and Veterans—and serves on the Board of Directors of the Partnership for Public Service, Audia International, Inc., the Association of Graduates of the United States Military Academy, the Boulder Crest Retreat Foundation, and the McCormick Research Institute in Orlando, Florida. Bob and his wife, Diane, are the founders of The McDonald Conference for Leaders of Character at West Point—an annual gathering that brings together the brightest young minds from the best universities around the world and partners them with senior business, nongovernmental organization, and government leaders in a multi-day interactive learning experience. In July, 2020 Bob became the April and Jay Graham Fellow of the George W. Bush Institute.  In this endowed role he serves as a key member of the Bush Institute's Military Service Initiative team, advocating for post-9/11 Veterans and building awareness for the issues that affect their successful transitions to civilian life including employment,  education, and health and wellbeing.  In September, 2020 Bob was appointed to the Biden Transition Advisory Board, to ensure a smooth administration transition if Vice President Biden is elected. Bob McDonald graduated from the United States Military Academy at West Point in the top 2 percent of the Class of 1975. He served as the Brigade Adjutant for the Corps of Cadets and was recognized by The Royal Society for the Encouragement of Arts, Manufacturing, and Commerce as the most distinguished graduate in academics, leadership, and physical education. In 1978, Bob earned his MBA from the University of Utah. An Army Veteran, Bob served with the 82nd Airborne Division. He completed Jungle, Arctic, and Desert Warfare training. And he earned the Ranger tab, the Expert Infantryman Badge, and Senior Parachutist wings. Upon leaving military service, then-Captain McDonald was awarded the Meritorious Service Medal.

Smith & Nelson In The Morning
Things to Look Forward to in 2022

Smith & Nelson In The Morning

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 33:23


Boy Scouts are collecting Christmas trees. What would happen if COVID hit either team before Saturday's title game? Local connection to Vogue list for 2022.

QSO Today - The oral histories of amateur radio
Episode 382 Charlie Brown NJ7V

QSO Today - The oral histories of amateur radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2022 66:04


Charlie Brown, NJ7V, is twice a mountain goat, a title that comes from many SOTA activations.  Of course this means achievement and expertise operating portable from mountain tops across Arizona and the West.  NJ7V will share his amateur radio story, secrets to SOTA success, and some ideas on how to build a local SOTA organization in this QSO Today.

The Bryan Hyde Show
2021 December 30 The Bryan Hyde Show hour two

The Bryan Hyde Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 42:28


Looks like my show is finally on the radar of the YouTube censors. This won't change a single thing in how I do what I do. Like Caitlin Johnstone says, Silicon Valley should not restrict public discourse about Covid measures which affect everyone. It used to be that anyone who mentioned the deep state was dismissed as a wild-eyed conspiracy theorist. Judge Andrew Napolitano has a reasoned and rational explanation of the deep state and its tentacles that spells out the danger unelected bureaucrats and agents pose to our freedoms. Social change takes place gradually enough that it can be hard to recognize what's happening unless you are paying close attention. For anyone who has wondered whatever happened to the Boy Scouts, Walter Block has a solid explanation. As a follow up to the article I shared earlier about George Washington as a prophetic president, here's the latest from David Butler. He recounts how Dwight D. Eisenhower correctly identified and warned of dangers that would come from our own government. These are my sponsors. They make it possible for me to do what I do: Monticello College Life Saving Food (get a 15% discount, free shipping and NO sales tax) The Heather Turner Team at Patriot Home Mortgage HSL Ammo Sewing & Quilting Center Govern Your Income

Leading From the Front!
David Secunda - Leaping from Rock to Rock - Finding your Zone of Genius

Leading From the Front!

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 39:57


David Secunda found his Zone of Genius as a young Boy Scout jumping from rock to rock on one of his first hikes. While carrying a backpack he effortlessly bounded from rock to rock while others thought it was too hard to traverse. This experience and others lead him to become an Outward Bound leader and propel him into entrepreneurship. He served as CEO of three successful companies over 20 years before starting WorkBrite. We discuss culture, hiring, and on-boarding employees…and many other important leadership topics in this insightful episode. Company Website: workbright.com David's LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/dsecunda

Permanent Goode
Ep 67: Chitty Chitty Bang Bang & The Sunroof Boy Scouts

Permanent Goode

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2021 74:13


This week Craig and Alex review Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, look at memories of our ghost dad, and come up with our 2022 resolutions!    Next week we are watching Kingsman: The Secret Service!

Body Counts And Beer
Episode 112 - The Last Boy Scout (1991)

Body Counts And Beer

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2021 110:07


Hey, remember when Bruce Willis still TRIED? We do! As such, for your (very late) Christmas gift, this week we're discussing 1991's THE LAST BOY SCOUT! Listen in as we cover your Shane Black-est needs, including: Harsh words for Aaron Sorkin! High praise for Bob Einstein! Sly Stallone drops by! We play a rousing game of Jeopardy! PLUS: Jon does not know the difference between a coach and an owner! Please subscribe via Apple Podcasts, Spotify, SoundCloud or pretty much anywhere fine podcasts are purveyed. Leave us a rating and review or we'll continue to release episodes sporadically at best! Follow us on Twitter: twitter.com/BodyCountCast Like us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/bodycountsandbeer/ Email us: bodycountsandbeer@gmail.com Let us know what you liked, what you hated, your favorite Wayans, your least favorite Willis, what movie to watch next or ANYTHING AT ALL!

ROBIN HOOD RADIO ON DEMAND AUDIO
Marshall Miles Interviews Dave Moran, Boy Scouts Christmas Tree Removal!

ROBIN HOOD RADIO ON DEMAND AUDIO

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2021 6:21


Got a Minute with John Ed Mathison

Boy Scouts learn to “be prepared.”

ROBIN HOOD RADIO INTERVIEWS
Marshall Miles Interviews Dave Moran, Boy Scouts Christmas Tree Removal!

ROBIN HOOD RADIO INTERVIEWS

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2021 6:21


KZYX News
County fees to go up in the new year for cost recovery

KZYX News

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021 6:28


Dec 22, 2021 — Fees for many county services are due to go up in mid-January, leading to sticker shock after years of unchanging prices. Last week, department heads made their various cases to the Board of Supervisors as to how bringing up the cost of fees is the only way to achieve cost recovery, or in some cases, retain staff. Environmental health, the sector of public health that covers everything from land use to body art to Boy Scouts facilities, told the board that many of its fees were last adjusted in 2010, when they still didn't achieve full cost recovery. The covid response was not factored into any of the requests to increase fees. Most of the presentations included highly technical educational material as well as pitches for why they deserved higher fees. Kirk Ford, with hazardous materials in environmental health, explained that his department is seeking fee increases. He wants a 33% increase for underground tank inspections, from $15 to $20, and a 170% increase in the hourly cost for a hazmat spill response requiring two people, from $270 to $730. Back in 2010, the Board decided that full cost recovery would be a major goal in setting the fees for county services. The calculations include the salary and benefits of the person doing the task that's paid for by the fee, as well as the services and supplies that are needed. Nash Gonzalez, the head of Planning and Building Services, told the board that his department has increased its productivity by 30% in the last year, partly due to the presence of a contractor in the coast office. The department has also hired another planner, who is training in both the coast and inland offices. When Supervisor Glenn McGourty asked about what impact it would have if the county waived the fees for solar installations, Gonzalez said that could cost $175,000 a year or result in the loss of two positions. Brian Hoy, the supervisor of the Consumer Protections department of Public Health, argued for raising fees to hire more staff and pay them well. He said his department is down two people, but found three good candidates. Still, Supervisor John Haschak wondered if raising the fees so much, so suddenly, might discourage people from getting the permits and licenses they need to comply with the law. Gonzalez told him incentives were still outstripping disincentives.

30 Years Later
The Last Boy Scout - Live

30 Years Later

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021 47:00


In our first-ever live show, author Rax King joins us to talk about The Last Boy Scout, live from Nitehawk Prospect Park! You are now legally required to buy Rax's book Tacky, here: https://www.penguinrandomhouse.com/books/669783/tacky-by-rax-king/ See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Mountain Bike Radio
Trail EAffect - "Episode 50 - Vernon Huffman – Access 4 Bikes Marin County" (December 20, 2021 | #1415 | Host: Josh Blum)

Mountain Bike Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021 67:47


December 20, 2021 Trail EAffect Show Page Rad Apparel Company 15% Discount Coupon Code: traileaffect Check out with the RAD Affiliate Link: https://radapparelcompany.com/r?id=53tsmc   ABOUT THE EPISODE Topics Covered in this Episode: No Bikes Signs, and how No Bikes Signs motivated Vernon learn more about these signs Vernon's background and how he landed in Marin County Prohibition and how it relates to Mountain Biking The Paradigm Trail in Marin County Trail Wars Vernon's professional career / background, and how that helps him provide scientific background for trails and mountain biking Access 4 Bikes, why it was created and how it started as a political organization vs a nonprofit The difference between a 527 political organization and 501c3 Nonprofit organization The need to depoliticize some for the work for Access 4 Bikes, and created the Access 4 Bikes Foundation (501c3) – Basically copying what the Sierra Club has done with creating dual status Camp Tamarancho, Marin Council of Boy Scouts of America – and how this partnership was formed.  Access 4 Bikes and Lessons Learned and Tools for gaining additional access for Mountain Biking Key Point – Mountain Bikers need to be present at every meeting where mountain biking and access for mountain biking is being discussed Access 4 Bikes Tool Kit The need for surveys to see what is really happening on trails and with trail use Road and Trail Management Plan – Marin County Parks / Marin County Open Spaces Directional Use Trails Famous Failures California Mountain Biking Coalition Places that Vernon has visited / likes to visit for Mountain Biking Closing Comments RELATED SHOW NOTES Access 4 Bikes: https://access4bikes.com/ Freehub Magazine -Beyond Dedication: https://freehubmag.com/features/vernon-huffman Camp Tamarancho Marin County: https://www.boyscouts-marin.org/tamarancho-biking/4023 Access 4 Bikes – The Facts: https://access4bikes.com/the-facts Trail Use Conflict Study by California State Parks: http://www.parks.ca.gov/pages/980/files/app_c_trailuseconflictstudy_chginuse_draft.pdf Road and Trail Management Plan Marin County Parks: https://www.parks.marincounty.org/-/media/files/sites/marin-county-parks/projects-and-plans/road-and-trail-management/system-designation-all/rtmp_final_120614.pdf?la=en California Mountain Biking Coalition: https://camtb.org/ Rad Apparel Company Discount Coupon Code for 15% off: traileaffect ------------- Trail EAffect Show Support Rad Apparel Company: https://radapparelcompany.com/r?id=53tsmc Smith's Bike Shop: https://smithsbikes.com/Evolution Trail Services: www.evotrails.comContact Josh at evolutiontrails@gmail.com If you have any questions about Mountain Bike Radio in general, please contact Ben at Ben@Mountainbikeradio.com -------- ABOUT TRAIL EAFFECT Trails build community and Communities build trails. What came first you may ask… Host Josh Blum digs into the stories of how trails effect and affect the people and places we call home and those we might like to call home. -------- ABOUT THE HOST Josh Blum is a father and doer of stuff - paired with Advocate, Builder of Trails and Community. Originally from La Crosse WI, Josh has been enjoying the outdoors, trails, and mountain bikes since a young age. Always curious and learning about better ways to improve trail users' experiences. Josh is employed by WisDOT, and is the owner / operator of Evolution Trail Services.

The By Land Podcast
EP 135 60 Years of Backpacking with JR Harris

The By Land Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021 64:40


JR Harris has been backpacking for 60 years. It all started when his parents decided to send him to Boy Scout camp to avoid summers in NYC and though he may have gone against his own will that first time, it soon became something he missed when the summer came to a close.JR is now in his mid 70's and has seen adventures all around the world. He's been to incredible places, diverse countries, and seen the wildest places, mostly on his own. In 1993 he was elected to the Explorers Club, which is a pretty prestigious honor. You can read all about his adventures in his book “Way Out There: Adventures of a Wilderness Trekker.”I first learned of JR through a backpacking group on Facebook. He'd post vintage backpacking pictures of himself throughout the years and it didn't take me long to realize he was the real deal, so I reached out. We jumped on a call and I knew right away that JR was my kind of person. He was humble, kind, and honest. The kind of person you become after spending so many years exploring the backcountry.It was an honor to speak with him that first time, and I was even more excited to learn he'd be willing to join me for an episode of the podcast. I wanted to learn from JR and hear what his life has been like, how it got started, and where he came from. What happens to a person after 60 years of backpacking? Does it still mean the same things as it once did? Is the fire still alive?I had all the questions and JR answered them with grace. He is no doubt an inspiration to so many and I couldn't be more excited to bring him to you through the podcast. I sincerely hope you enjoy this conversation as much as I did.Emory, By LandBy Land LinksLEARN HOW TO BACKPACK https://www.learnhowtobackpack.com/YOUTUBE https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChSSISEgIfwYz2cc0aHQj3gFACEBOOK GROUP https://www.facebook.com/groups/1192723304224313/INSTAGRAM https://www.instagram.com/emory_by_landDONATE: https://byland.co/donateShow Notes and Linkshttps://www.jrinthewilderness.com/JR's Book - Way Out There: Adventures of a Wilderness TrekkerGetting to know who JR is and his background How and why JR's parents sent JR to summer scout campsWhat it was like returning to the city after a summer of ScoutsHow summers with the Scouts impacted life in the cityJR's thoughts on taking time to himself to re-energizeWhat JR gets out of living on the edge of discomfortThoughts on the life-changing trajectory JR's parents put him on as a young manOn setting an example for younger generationsThe power of being an example JR's book!JR's favorite backpacking tripOn having an adventure regardless of the outcome

The Writers Room with Sam and Jim
Good Scouts Know When to End a Pilot with Kevin Ramlal

The Writers Room with Sam and Jim

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021 46:55


Sam and Jim invite Kevin Ramlal into the room, and together they work on his Boy Scout murder mystery, tentatively titled "On My Honor". Join us in the room for a discussion on creating emotional arcs, making readers care about the protagonist's journey, and ending a pilot before the protagonist learns too much.Follow us on Twitter and Instagram: @thesamandjimProducer: J.R. Zamora-ThalLogo Design: Julien Debar-Monclair, @jude.orangeMusic: Buddha Rays, @buddharays

MinistryWatch Podcast
Ep. 154: Dave Ramsey, Russell Moore, Boy Scouts and More

MinistryWatch Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2021 21:50


On today's program, financial guru Dave Ramsey gets sued by a former employee.  A pastor who sexually abused a teenager gets 45 years in prison.  And we'll tell you about churches and ministries who have stepped up to help in the aftermath of last weekend's tornadoes in Kentucky and neighboring states.  We begin today with the latest in the ongoing story of the Boy Scouts of America. We have had a number of requests from our readers for recommendations.  Which organizations are most effective in these post-disaster situations? MinistryWatch has published a list of organizations that are doing relief work and which have an “A” Transparency Grade and a 3-, 4-, or 5-star rating for Financial Efficiency.  It's a list of about 30 ministries, and you can find it on the front page of our website.  I'll also include a link in the show notes to this program.  Link to list HERE. FINAL THOUGHTS:  I want to share with folks that this will be our last regular podcast of the year.  We're going to take off next Friday, Christmas Eve, and the following Friday, New Year's Eve.  We'll be dropping a couple of shorter, extra episodes, but we'll commence with our weekly news roundups in the new year. That said, I hope you'll therefore allow me to make a special appeal to those of you who like the podcast to give us a year-end gift.  MinistryWatch is unique, even among Christian media outlets, in that we don't take advertising, we don't take money from the ministries we cover.  We are completely independent.  We serve our readers, our listeners, and donors who want to be more informed and effective stewards of the resources God has entrusted to them. If we have served you in this way, we hope you will consider a small gift to help us keep going in the new year.  As always, we want you to give to your local church first, to carefully researched Christian ministries second, but if we have helped you in your own journey of generosity, please consider a gift to us, too.  To donate, just go to MinistryWatch.com and hit the DONATE button at the top of the page. The producers for today's program are Rich Roszel and Steve Gandy. We get database and other technical support from Cathy Goddard, Stephen DuBarry, and Casey Sudduth.  Writers who contributed to today's program include Anne Stych, Yonat Shimron, Shannon Cuthrell, Bob Smietana, Randall Chase, and Christina Darnell. Until next year, may God bless you.

20 Minute Leaders
Ep680: Kevin Hancock | Chief Executive Officer at Hancock Lumber Company

20 Minute Leaders

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2021 22:09


Kevin Hancock is an award-winning author and speaker. The CEO of Hancock Lumber Company, one of the oldest and best known family businesses in America, he is a recipient of the Ed Muskie Access to Justice award, the Habitat for Humanity Spirit of Humanity award, the Boy Scouts of America Distinguished Citizen award, and the Timber Processing Magazine Person of the Year award. Kevin is also a member of the Maine Indian Tribal State Commission. A frequent visitor to the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South Dakota, Kevin is an advocate of strengthening the voices of all individuals—within a company or a community —through listening, empowering, and shared leadership. Kevin is also the founder of The Seventh Power, a non-profit organization dedicated to advancing economic sovereignty for native communities across America.

The Bottom Line
12/14/21 - Late-Night Talk Show Host, George Barna & Millennial's, Boy Scouts of America

The Bottom Line

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2021 83:56


- "CBS Late-Night Talk show Host Stephen Colbert TORE into the US Supreme Court Regarding the Oral Arguments in the Case that Might Overturn Roe V Wade. His Audience Cheered His Remarks - but is it Possible They were Applauding the Comedian's INACCURATE Take on the Constitution?" - George Barna: "Understanding the Millennial Mindset" - "The Boy Scouts of America's Insurer Just added $800 MILLION to the Trust Fund for Abuse Victims - Brining the Total to Payout in Claims to $2.6 BILLION in Payments"

Church of Lazlo Podcasts
Tuesday 12.14.2021 - The Church Of Lazlo Podcast

Church of Lazlo Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2021 96:47


​It's hard to keep up with all these dating terms but have you heard about snow-globing? It's when you think you like your partner better than you do because it's the holidays and you're in a good mood. Lazlo explains why he's broken up with more girlfriends in December than any other month. *There's a movement online to boycott IHOP. It's really just another story about people getting way too worked up about stuff that doesn't matter. *Doomscrolling! Don't let Liz Cheney get ahold of your text messages. A new iPhone feature will check texts being sent to kids and automatically blur ​ inappropriate pictures. There's a massive civil lawsuit against Oxford High. The Boy Scouts want you back and they could probably use a few financial donations as well. *Nick Wright is on the show and he's being a Karen. *It's finally here! The PornHub 2021 review! We dig deep. *Slimfast teaches us how to send a nude safely. *Have a great day. Thanks for listening and don't forget to follow us on social @churchoflazlo -Everybody Wang Chung!!!  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Jayme & Grayson Podcast
HR 2: Teacher "Dash for Cash" / Boy Scout settlement

The Jayme & Grayson Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2021 39:30


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The Rewatchables
‘The Last Boy Scout' With Bill Simmons and Chris Ryan

The Rewatchables

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2021 81:49


This is the '90s. The Ringer's Bill Simmons and Chris Ryan don't just go around punching people. They have to say something cool first. We revisit Tony Scott's 1991 action film, ‘The Last Boy Scout,' staring Bruce Willis and Damon Wayans. Producer: Craig Horlbeck Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The Conspirators Podcast
Ep. 169 - The Atomic Boy Scout

The Conspirators Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2021 30:26


In 1994, the residents of a quiet suburban Detroit neighborhood were startled by the site of an Environmental Protection Agency cleanup crew in hazardous materials suits swarming a house on Pinto Street. It turned out the 17 year old son of the homeowner had attempted to build an atomic breeder reactor in the back yard. Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/theconspiratorspodcast Merchandise: https://www.teepublic.com/stores/the-conspirators-podcast?ref_id=13696 Notes: https://medium.com/the-mystery-box/the-legend-of-david-hahn-the-radioactive-boy-scout-e0fefdd4261a https://www.amazon.com/dp/B000FC1AJS/ref=redir_mobile_desktop?_encoding=UTF8&qid=1638961144&ref_=tmm_kin_swatch_0&sr=8-1 https://harpers.org/archive/1998/11/the-radioactive-boy-scout/ https://www.iflscience.com/chemistry/the-radioactive-boy-scout-who-built-a-nuclear-reactor-in-his-back-yard/ https://archive.epa.gov/epa/aboutepa/love-canal-tragedy.html http://content.time.com/time/specials/packages/article/0,28804,1936731_1936743_1936745,00.html

Making Geeks Podcast:
Making Geeks Ep0243 "OMG It's Sean O'Steen From Tinkering Rocks"

Making Geeks Podcast:

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 11, 2021 73:13


This week we welcome special guest, Sean from Tinkering Rocks as we talk about Mechanical Bears, Boy Scouts, Programming and other sorts of maker goodness

Fun Times with Dana and Heidi
Crow Presents and Boy Scout To The Rescue

Fun Times with Dana and Heidi

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2021 19:48


In this episode, co-hosts Dana and Heidi discuss the latest positive news stories, including the world's first 3D printed eye, presents brought to a man by a group of friendly crows, how a twelve-year-old boy scout rescued a lost couple and their injured dog, the holiday season, and more!

Boo Bois Podcast
Nuclear Boy scout is the cooler title...

Boo Bois Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2021 45:26


This week! Dalton, Daniel, Ivey, and Kelly go into details about David Hahn and his Breeder reactor, as well as talk about how rude it would be to display glow in the dark bones. Follow us! Instagram: @booboispodcast for pictured hints of our next episodes and shamelessly showing our faces! Reach us at BooBoispodcast@gmail.com --- 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/boobois/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/boobois/support

Comic Cons
The Last Boy Scout

Comic Cons

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2021 68:05


Nick and the mono moto James Powell travel back to '91 with Joe Hallenbeck and Jimmy Dix to celebrate The Last Boy Scout's 30th anniversary! Enjoy! comicconspodcast@gmail.com @comicconscast (twitter)  @comicconspodcast (instagram)  --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

1010 WINS ALL LOCAL
Mayor de Blasio Implores New Yorkers To Mask Up Indoors Against Omnicron, as The Travel Ban Starts Today;A Missing French Bulldog is Found ni Suffolk Co.--Yes, Again!; Update on Boy Scouts Restructuring

1010 WINS ALL LOCAL

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021 5:22


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upNXT: The Unofficial NXT Podcast
upNXT MOVIE REVIEW: Batman v Superman - Dawn of Justice (2016)

upNXT: The Unofficial NXT Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 121:55


"Tell me... do you bleed?" Braden Herrington and Davie Portman are back with the bat reviews and this time they leave Gotham for Metropolis. The BDE review Zack Snyder's Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice featuring Ben Affleck as Batman, Henry Cavil as Superman, and Jesse Eisenberg as Lex Luthor.  It has everything like Superman going to court, Bat-fleck forming the Justice League, Wonder Woman's first on screen appearance, hidden comic book easter eggs, "Martha", and the main event between two of DC's biggest icons: Bats vs Boy Scout. The lads give thoughts on the film, how it was perceived by millions around the world, the interesting casting choices, plus give their bat ratings, take your feedback and much much more!   Support this podcast at Patreon.com/upNXT for bonus podcasts including retro NXT reviews, Best Match Ever, Top 5, Movie Reviews, and more. This week: Thursday 25th: upYOURS w/ Dan Reid - NXT TakeOver: Toronto 2016 Friday 26th: The Sesh w/ MJ From NJ - Succession S03E06 “What It Takes” Sunday 28th: Reviews From The 6ix - Loch Ness (1996) w/ Director John Henderson Last week's shows included Survivor Series Draft III, Survivor Series 2001, The Sesh and more!  Only $5 for NA tier to access all these shows and everything in the back catalogue!  Photo Courtesy: WWE upNXT Synth Theme by: Betaclub Fieldtrip Subscribe: https://www.postwrestling.com/subscribe Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/702343790308154 Twitch: https://twitch.tv/upNXTpodcast

The Reseller Hangout Podcast
Five Ways To Take Your Flipping Side Hustle To The Next Level. Interview With Nick Loper.

The Reseller Hangout Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 33:09


Reseller Hangout Podcast - Nick LoperDownload your digital copy of The Progress Journal here: https://nickloper.lpages.co/progress-journal-reseller-summit-bonus/Check out more flipping resources at https://fleamarketflipper.com/Rob: All right, guys. Welcome. We are so honored to have Nick Loper here with us today to give some awesome advice and nuggets in this realm of side hustling, side hustles. Nick has been doing this for over eight years. He's been interviewing all different types of individuals who have side hustles, and has done over 400 interviews.So he's got some great wisdom, some great knowledge on information that [00:01:00] he can, he can bring to all of us in the realm of side hustles and on the flipping aspect of it. So, Nick, thank you so much for jumping in here with us. We're so excited to have you today. Nick: You bet. I mean, you were one of the early guests, I want to say 2014 or something. It was pretty early days for the show. Rob: Yeah, that's what I was going to say. That Nick was actually our first Flea Market Flipper, he was our first podcast interview. And I still remember talking to Nick on the phone before the podcast and not knowing what I was doing, but he pulled me on and it was awesome.Had a great time with him back in the day. Nick: I love it. That's what brings me the most joy is like trying to like scoop these up and coming stories, of people like yourself who just have cool creative, interesting businesses. And, well, how does that work? You know, just play in playing the curious host and seeing where that takes us.Rob: That is awesome. And we're so thankful that you do do that because you give us so much great information and insight in all different side hustles. So, but today we are actually going to focus on, some key aspects of our side hustle, how [00:02:00] we can get more out of flipping and more definite about if you have a full-time job, how do you, how do you balance it?How do you balance that time that you're spending on the side hustle? And how do you, how do you keep your full-time job and without going crazy and throwing kids into the mix of it? So, yeah, let's go ahead and jump into it. We'll go ahead and ask Nick some questions and, get some, some great feedback from him, for sure.Melissa: Yeah, first, before we started, we wanted to ask you, Nick, what got you started in exploring sides hustles? Nick: I mean in the very early days, I was the person who just knew they didn't want to climb the corporate ladder. It's like, there's gotta be, there's gotta be a different way. There's gotta be a way out. My original side business was a comparison shopping site for footwear.So I've been playing mostly in the online space. You know, for, for my entrepreneurial journey, but prior to that I painted houses. I was the kid like trying to sell candy to my fellow, Boy Scouts at summer camp, that kind of thing. But the house painting gig [00:03:00] definitely like solidified like, oh, you're, you know, it's a lot more fun to kind of like be in control of your own destiny in, in some way, more stressful, but more rewarding as well.So I started the shoe business while I was working corporate. It was three years of nights and weekends before I felt comfortable. Yeah. Giving my notice at work, turning the keys to the company car and said, all right, I'm going to make you go with this. I kind of thought like that could be my thing.Like, I'll just be the guy who sells shoes on the internet. Like a lot of businesses, they had a finite lifespan, and I'm really fortunate and grateful to have started a bunch of other side projects while the shoe business was running, most of which for full disclosure, you know, died a quiet death in some corner of the internet, but a couple of stuck around.And one of those was, the sidehustlenation.com blog and the Side Hustle Show podcast. We started in 2013. So it was like, you know, five years deep into being a full-time entrepreneur full full-time side hustler at that point. And so it was kind of a result of my own. And you kind of do [00:04:00] some of the questions that a lot of people will, will turn back to you.If you're like, well, how do I figure out, you know, what to do? And so the questions would be like, well, you know, what do you never get tired about talking about? What lights you up? What do other people come to you for advice for? And, you know, since I'd already done the thing and quit my job, people were naturally at well, how did that work?You know, how are you able to stay at home and do it and stuff? I found, I really enjoyed, you know, deconstructing other businesses like you know, where does, where does the money come from here? You know, how did you market that? Like, you know, all that stuff is, was instilled is really fascinating to me.So that's kinda how the, the podcast got its start. Rob: Awesome. I love it. I love it. And one of those big things is what lights you guys up? That is the big thing. Most of you guys that are here right now, you are lit up like me when you're out there searching for awesome stuff. You're looking for those deals, whether it's in a flea market, a thrift store, whether it's retail shops, wherever it's at, wherever you can find those deals. That's what lights you up. And like Nick said, that makes it [00:05:00] awesome. That makes your profession or your side hustle is so much better when you actually have a great time doing it. Melissa: Because there's always going to be something about it that you don't like, but if you really love, you know, the most part, what you're doing, you're slightly passionate about flipping.So, Nick, what would you say, what makes some people successful with their side hustle while others might struggle to make it work? Nick: Oh my gosh. I mean, there's lots of different things that we can, we can get into, but one of the biggest at the very start is this willingness to step off of the ledge, or maybe, you know, that, that connotes a following.So maybe like taking that step first, step up the mountain, you know, not necessarily knowing the rest of the path, because it's, it's so easy to stay stuck, kind of on the entrepreneurial sidelines with the side hustle sidelines, like trying to map out the entire route, trying to map out this entire path.And I just, I don't know if that's super realistic in getting started. It's like, okay, choosing what's next doesn't mean choosing what's forever, but like, you gotta be [00:06:00] willing to do that first thing and seeing, okay, what kind of reaction it gets? Do you find it something that you enjoy doing? I mean, that was, that was the podcast. It was, you know, $50 mic in the corner of the living room. Is this thing on? Yeah. I was like, am I going to run out of people to talk to? What did I just commit myself to? But it was something that I found that I enjoy doing. It was seeing just enough traction to justify, continuing to do it.And I think you either find that or you or you don't and then you say, well, luckily it wasn't a life-threatening experiment. I can kind of go back to the drawing board and try something new, but that hesitation to get started for fear of failure or fear of not knowing steps two through 10,, I think holds a lot of people back.Rob: Great point for sure. That's awesome. And you have to, like Nick said, you have to be willing to take that next step. Even if you do have some failures in the business, I've had tons of failures myself, but it's one of those things that you're willing to do. You're willing to course correct along the way.And yeah, I think that's a huge point, Nick, that you'd have to be willing to go that next up the mountain, [00:07:00] take that next step in. And it, the pay off is huge when you find it and you get there, but yeah, that's an awesome point. Yeah. Nick: Did you guys meet Todd Tresidder at one of your fin cons over the years?Melissa: I don't think so. Nick: So Todd is kinda like my dad's age, so he's kinda, and he's like a long lean guy and like a really good skier. So I like, he reminds me of my dad in a lot of ways, but when Todd was on the show, he kind of, and I'm going to butcher this quote, but he's like, the of, you know, wealth creation is, you know, probability times, outcome or, you know, so he had some weird formula for it, but what he was trying to say was, you know, if you minimize your downside risk and you have positioned these, you know, side hustles or businesses or startups in such a way that the upside is large enough, it just becomes a matter of taking enough swings. Like it's like your, your wealth almost becomes inevitable as long as you, you know, minimize that downside on each one. And same thing, you know, [00:08:00] starting flipping it's like, well, what, what are you comfortable with investing in initial inventory?You know, for, for all my online stuff or a lot of my online stuff, it's like, well, domain name and hosting. It's like, you know, a hundred bucks, you know, you'd get stuff off the ground really, really affordably. So kind of managing, you know, managing the risk and then, you know, positioning it. Well, how does this scale, like three to five years down the road, if it hits.Is that a win for me? And sometimes yes, sometimes. No. And so that kind of, align that with your goals. Melissa: Yeah, that's awesome. Rob: I love it. I love it for sure. Melissa: Would you say there's any common traits or characteristics or habits like of all these people that you've interviewed in your that are doing a successful side hustle?Do they have any commonalities among them that you've picked up?Nick: I think. Well, let's talk about the, the time aspect first. And then, and then we got five traits that I think, will make you more effective in your side hustle and, and some of the common threads and themes that we've seen from, from the years of the interviews.First off, like at the time, and I don't [00:09:00] know about you, but I have found myself guilty yet. I didn't have enough time. I would do that if I just had the time and what I have been trying to force myself to reframe that as is I prioritized something else. It's a little more honest. It's a little more brutal, but I prioritize something else.I've got this post er, you know, we just moved. So it's still like sitting on the floor. We haven't hung it up yet, but it's a little artistic print and it says, you know, everything in life got so much easier once he realized there was exactly enough time for the priorities in his life or for the most important things in your life.And it's like, we kind of know that instinctively where we, we vote our priorities with our time and you know, I'm not faulting anyone because there's, there's different seasons in life too. Like we were just at the park with a couple of friends of ours. They've got like twin one year olds. It's a different season in their life side hustle.Not really on the radar right now. And that's, that's totally fine. But, being honest with yourself, so 168 hours in the week, asking yourself, well, where is that [00:10:00] time going today? Do you really? Cause I've been there too. Like, there are days where, like I did not have you know, a minute to just like, you know, breathe and focus in like, you know, do this.But if you zoom it out over the course of a week, 168 hours seems a little bit more manageable, more doable. And so what I've recommended in the past is like to do this time tracking, audit in there, you can do that, like on your phone. I think a time of blogger was an app that was recommended. Toggle is another one T O G G L.I was, you know, if you're working from your computer, you might find it, you know, just have an Excel file. Like start time, stop. What were you doing? And just being able to tell you that up at the end of the week to say, oh, you know, I spent, you know, three cumulative hours, like getting kids ready to go out the door or, you know, on some sort of like, maybe it was my commute or maybe, you know, trying to get a log of like, where, where those hours are actually going.And it doesn't mean I'm, I think you guys are like the examples of like multitaskers extraordinary, like [00:11:00] with your morning runs like, oh, we got we're working on our fitness and we got, you know, we got the kids with us. We got some family time going on. Oh, we're listening to a podcast or like doing the entrepreneurial education thing.Oh, by the way, we might, we might spot something that's worthwhile to source while we're out there. It's like the ultimate multitask. But, but starting there, you know, with this time audit and getting honest with yourself, like, okay, if it's a priority to me, I will carve out the time and make it a consistent habit.Even if it's 10 minutes a day, 15 minutes a day, like something like that, because it's easy to. It's easy to build positive momentum, but it's just as easy to build negative momentum. You skip it for a day, skip it for two days. I think that's James clear to roll. Like don't ever take two days off in a row.Cause then it's like, oh, it's a slippery slope to go down from there. But I've got five habits that I think will make you a more effective side hustler, more effective flipper, more expective, entrepreneur. And the first of those, I'm bringing my list here, but the first of those is like [00:12:00] tracking.Your, your key performance indicators, like identifying your, the metrics that matter in your business. And those, you know, are the levers that you have some influence over that you can test different things and maybe it's. You know, the hours I've spent scrolling on, on offer up, or maybe it's like the offers made.Maybe it's like the percentage take rate on your offers and maybe it's the target margin that you're shooting for. Maybe it's, you know, the ROI on certain flips. So the second thing that I think will make you more effective. At least I've found it to be helpful for me is instead of, you know, year-long goals or even like, oh, here's my five-year goal.I think that it's good, but it's, it's kind of just a wild guess at that point. So I like to set what I'll call like sprint goals, short-term sprint goals. These are maybe, you know, four weeks, eight weeks, something that has a, a tangible deadlines, kind of like, you know, registering for a half marathon.That's two months out. Like, okay, I [00:13:00] better get training for that. Versus like, if I registered for something next year, I got some time I'll figure that out. So like an urgent deadline with some urgency or a goal with some ideas, especially for like project based stuff. Like I want to get this book done.I want to watch this summit. I want to launch this podcast. I want to hit $5,000 in eBay sale, whatever it is. So kind of these shorter term goals. The next thing that I have, number three, is this habit of writing down your top three priorities for tomorrow the night before. And I feel like when I get up in the morning and I have done this, I know exactly what to work on.And in what order, before I dive into reactive mode, someone else's agenda, I want to be moving my own life forward my own goals forward. Before I dive into Facebook, dive into email and start like this. You're putting out fires, right? It's like, okay, if I can, if I can get, you know, one, maybe two of those done, you know, before going into seeing what the rest of the [00:14:00] world has going on.I, I know that's going to be a much better day. And so that's kind of the, the third habit like this, you know, writing this down and like, and then trusting that. You know, cause it's easy to be like, oh, that's what yesterday Nick said like, is that really important to do that? And then at the end of the day, I try and do kind of like, I called it, my I'd done this habit for a lot of times. There was, I think there was a service that maybe still is called, I'd done this, which is just like it sends you an email, or it did, and you just reply back with like, what'd you get done today? So that I had rigged up a system with like Google sheets.And so you could kind of combine all that, and say, well, what did you get done today? Like recorded this episode. And I updated this thing and I, you know, met with resellers, you know, all these different things, but like, it's easy to, because that's the, that's the like, look in the mirror, honesty, honesty question.Like, did I do work [00:15:00] that mattered today? Did I make progress today? And sometimes, you know, you spend a lot of time on maintenance mode or, you know, things that kind of feel productive, but if you have your short-term sprint goal in mind and this, you know, I've done this habit, you know, you kind of have to be honest, did I, am I making progress toward that goal that I said was important to me and, and go from there?Number four is, something that I have found like personally beneficial, for, you know, habits that I want to change because I was, I would be the person, you know, who, who would look at, you know, December 31st and say, okay, new year's resolutions, what are we gonna do? Like, okay, well, I'm gonna, you know, get up at 5:30, I'm gonna drink a healthy smoothie.I'm going to journal and meditate and I'm going to eat no sugar, no carbs. And, you try and change too many variables at once and you do it for a day, you do it for two and then kind of fall off the wagon. So the fourth thing is what I call like micro habits. These are like one small tweak [00:16:00] to your day that you want to experiment with that, that you think might be meaningful for you.And so this could be starting a meditation habit. This could be, you know, doing 10 pushups, doing 10 burpees. This could be making the bed, this could be, you know, a dietary change of, you know, avoiding processed sugar and stuff like that. It could be a reading. I'm going to read a chapter of the book, you know, of some book every night, I'm going to write a chapter of my book every night, or I'm going to write 500 pages, one page, you know, kind of this, you know, building this daily habit, positioning it as, as an experiment, like, okay.And if I try and make it too small to fail, like one of the first ones I did was, just pushups and it, you know, the, the micro examples, like, well, if I just do one push-up, I can check the box and make that away. And if I just floss one tooth, I can check the box and make that a win. But what I ended up doing was like, well, how many pushups can I do?You know? And I think I did like 27 on day one. And then every day we'll try and do one more kind of could I beat yesterday's [00:17:00] record? And by the end of the month it was like 70 something. So I was like, oh, okay, just trying to stack up these, these little incremental improvements. And so that's kind of the, where I think you'll find there is like this slight edge or this compound effect of, you know, stacking up these marginal gains, you know, establish one tiny habit at a time until it becomes ingrained and then on to the next thing and onto the next thing.And it kind of comes from Amazon. I read at one point, Amazon is testing like a thousand different variables. They're running like a thousand different split tests on their site. You know, the position of this button, the shape of the size of this text, all of these different things like trying to eke out an extra point, zero 1% of conversion rate or something, because like, you know, with the volume that they're doing, that would be significant to the bottom line.And I think you can apply that same. Always be testing mentality to yourself, always be experimenting on, you know, one little, one little thing. And then the fifth thing, and there's a lot of data to back this up is this gratitude, practice, [00:18:00] gratitude, journaling, you know, what were you, what are you thankful for?Because I find when, there's always fires to put out. There's always stuff that goes wrong. There's always like, you know, one brother kicking the other brother in the neck. It's like easy to get, like today was just nuts, but a little bit of a pause to say, What am I grateful for? And I kind of combine this with the priority task for the next day.I say, what I get done today? What am I grateful for? What do I need to tackle tomorrow? And I find that that leads to a happier and more effective, Nick for sure. Rob: I love it. I love it. And I like how you break down and it's not, it's not about that thing. Like you said, creating those goals that are unattainable.It's not like doing that a year in advance. You're making these small incremental, wins that you guys can stack up. And I relate it more to, I mean, something that came to my mind while you're talking is Dave Ramsey talks about, getting out of debt and stuff like that. But one of the keys he always talks about is taking your credit cards and paying off [00:19:00] the lowest credit card first or the lowest balance.And then go to the next balance and then the next balance and the next balance. And when you do that, you get this quick win. It's a quick win, but it's also this feeling of accomplishment. I just did one, man. I can go do another one. And then you just start getting that. And the same thing that Nick saying, you're getting these accomplishments because they're not unattainable, they're micro, but at the same time, that's what's going to push you to the next level. You get those successes and then you keep going and you adjust and you keep going with it. So excellent, Nick. That was awesome. Melissa: We both took good notes too. Nick: So I'm like, I I've been back and forth on this. I'll get your guys' take on it too. Here's like process oriented goals versus outcome goals. Like the outcome goal is I want to have a billion dollar business. The process oriented goal is like, I want to do the thing that will maybe, hopefully get me there. It's like, I will write. 500 words a day. I will ask for raises from my affiliate partners.I will, you know, make sure I list 10 items a week. You know, it's [00:20:00] kind of this process oriented goal versus this. Cause you have more control over like, you know, I dunno. So I've gone back and forth on that because I think you need maybe a combination of both, versus. What do you, what do you guys think?Melissa: I like the process oriented just because you can, I can control that then the other one, but then it usually leads to the other one. But when we are talking about goals, we usually go to the outcome goal, which it should be more of a process oriented. Rob: I think of it as people want, they get into a side hustle, they get into a flipping and they want to make an extra thousand dollars a month.But exactly how is it going to be? And then that's where you make the commitment of okay, money comes in when I list stuff, whether it's offer up whether it's Facebook marketplace, whether it's eBay, wherever it's going. So what can I do to get to that thousand dollars? I need to list one thing a day. I need to make sure I list one thing a day, at least one thing, maybe two things a day, and you have to get to that.And that's the goals that you have to set and then you have to stick behind them. But I agree with you, Nick. You're the more that you do that and you start to get those [00:21:00] wins. Also, the habit is building of you listing one thing a day by the end of the day. Just like your push-ups, you're going to be there because you're making the commitment and you're following through with it.And it's not something that's unattainable. So I a hundred percent agree that. Nick: Yeah, I think if you're trying to reverse engineer, like the revenue flow in your business, and maybe that's where your, you know, your KPIs, your key performance indicators come into play. Maybe it is this, listing one, you know, one item a day. Again, the painting business, it was, you know, leads to estimates, to sales, towe're doing the work, like going and painting the house. And so like really the top of the top of the funnel, so to speak was leads. And those were mostly cold calling like door to door. And so hours spent cold calling was kind of the lead domino for a lot of this. A lot of everything that came after.Rob: Yeah, I love it. Melissa: Yeah. So for us, it's like sourcing those good items and getting them listed is always the bottle for most, most people, it is, and then get them listed and then, cause they can't sell if they're not listed. Rob: For most people who like [00:22:00] reselling the problem is not finding items. We can get out there and we can find some great items and we can find lots of them.It's the bottleneck is they're sitting up in that death pile of stuff you bought and you don't have it listed yet. So you got to get a list of, to make that money. Melissa: So get those KPIs going, exactly. One thing that I really love that you said, Nick, was the top three priorities the night before, because I think that is so important because it's so easy, especially now in to get distracted, like there's so many distractions in our life, you wake up in between emails, social media.I look at this screen time. Pop-up you spent this much time on screen time, like, oh yeah, it was all work. It was all work that I was on my screen. Nick: That's what I try and justify too. It's like you spend an hour and 20 minutes on your phone, you know, last week or something and you know, a per day per day.Melissa: Yeah, I try to justify it, but yeah, I know a lot of it was not, so that was that's wasted time and I should have been doing something else and getting my priorities. Then if you work on those top three, because I have a tendency to go, well, what's my top 15 priorities for the day. Like, and then too [00:23:00] big it's too much.And I get overwhelmed and then I go to social media. So, so having three it's very good. Nick: And breaking them down into like the smallest actionable steps. Cause I've been the person, you know, where the item, it just sits on the to-do list for. For weeks and for months. And you're like, why, why is this not getting done?And then again, you look in the mirror, well, it's on you dummy. You know, if you don't take action on it, nothing's going to happen. But it, it sits there because you never going to have this uninterrupted 37 hour block of time to tackle it. And so it's like, okay, if I were to chip away at this, okay, what could I do to, you know, start working on this?I had a book project this summer and it took like nine months, 10 months. Like it took way longer than I ever expected it to. Cause it was, it was a really intimidating project to tackle it. So I never felt like, well, I don't have time. I don't have the bandwidth to deal with this right now. But you know, there was a hundred stories in the book.Like I could have made the habit. Well, let me just do one a day. Let me just go through edit one a day. [00:24:00] And, you know, I would have been done in three and a half months instead of 10. So, it's a, it's a do, as I say, not as I do kind of thing with that example. Rob: I love it. Good, for sure. Melissa: We just had a couple quick more questions, was, so you've interviewed a wide range of resellers. So what are some of the different niches of sellers and flippers that you've had come across that you've seen? Nick: Oh, my gosh. We've had people doing, phones, doing books, doing, cars. That wasn't a, that was just a post on the site doing sneakers, doing appliances, which, that was one of the earliest ones that we did that was Ryan Finley from, Re Craigslist.I don't know if he's still active, but it really opened my eyes to the possibility of what was available. And it's like, could you imagine like a heavier bulkier, more difficult to transport type of item to, to go out and flip, but he was doing well, supporting his family, doing that stuff. And in a couple of things that he stood out, in that call that were really interesting [00:25:00] was, you know, in the early days set yourself a daily goal, I'm gonna go find 50 bucks where the profit today I'm gonna go find a hundred bucks worth of profit today.And I think he did that until he had erased his debt. And then. It's like, oh, if I can do this consistently, this could be a full-time thing. And the other thing that he said was, you know, opportunities become visible once you're in motion. And at that time, you know, going back probably 2014 timeframe, I kind of dismissed that as like, yeah, that sounds like kind of hippy-dippy advice.But I have seen it to be 100% true. Like the conversations that you have, the ideas that get sparked while you're out doing the thing. Those, those are sometimes worth way more than the thing itself. Like I was working on a failed one of my failed side hustles or like this wine related site and no reason to exist.I have no, I know nothing about wine. And it was just kind of a garbage site while I was doing research for that, I happened upon this website that was reviewing wine clubs as an affiliate, like an affiliate model site. And I was like, well, that's kind of cool. Like, what else can I pivot that to? Like, what else could I [00:26:00] start creating your crowdsourcing reviews for?And one thing that had come up in my. You know, personal, pains and struggles as an entrepreneur was hiring help. So I started the site called virtual assistant assistant, which just sold about a year ago, but ran this thing for nine years, it was one of my most successful side projects that was clearly a result of this idea that was sparked while I was working on something completely unrelated, but it was just like, okay.Opportunities become visible once you're in motion. So that was one that definitely stood out from that call with. But we've seen people flip. I mean, all sorts of things. I don't know if anybody goes any bigger than you guys in terms of the industrial equipment, but we talked to Stacy Gallego, student of yours who was doing sleep number beds, like sometimes kind of bulky stuff.She's like, yeah, freight shipping was, you know, it's intimidating until you do it once and then it's not so bad. And w you know, we're finding as new homeowners, we're finding the same thing with home improvement projects. It's. [00:27:00] Until you do it once. And you know, it was so bad. We just swapped out the sink and dishwasher this weekend and like, Okay.You know, of course it took a few more trips to the hardware store than we had originally planned, but we'll feel more confident for the next one. Every, every step of the way it kind of builds up. Rob: It is for sure. And with YouTube out there, you can do almost anything. The more you do it, the better you get at it.Melissa: So, people always ask how he can like fix a lot of stuff and yes, you're handy, but you, he looks up a lot of stuff on YouTube. Rob: But I am handy because I've done it. I've done it over and over. Swap out a sink once, you swap out a sink twice, three times, four times, by the time you do, I mean, you're pretty much a pro.Same thing for dishwashers, probably 15, 20 dishwashers. So it's not that it's anything. That's the thing with anything, the repetition, the more that you do it, when you're listing items, it takes you 10 minutes to list your item. The first time, one item, by the time you do 100 of them that you're doing it in like two or two minutes, you know, a minute and a half to get an item listed.So that is, it's a good point that the [00:28:00] more that you do something, the better you get at it, for sure. Nick: Like thrift store finds, you know, vintage clothing, like all that type of stuff, but where you got to make it worth your while, or it's like, you know, this was the guy who was, you know, flipping sneakers.And he was like doing like the limited edition, you know, super rare sneaker drops. And sometimes like I was, you know, it was like reselling t-shirts. He's like, okay, that's great. But I make 10 bucks. It's like, I could resell this pair of shoes and make 200. I was like, okay. So it's like the same, same amount of effort really required to do both. And so, you know, trying to aim him a little bit higher as your, as your budget allows, I had a guy who, this is an interview that's just coming out on the side hustle show who was, you know, kind of specialized in flipping iPhones. And it was, you know, you might have several thousand dollars worth of inventory.At any one point before you go out and sell those or resell those, but it was like, you know, pretty clear metrics here. You know, you had a little price sheet. Here's what these phones [00:29:00] are worth in this condition, you know, kind of like. Grid matrix type of thing. So he knows what kind of offers to make aiming, to make a hundred bucks a flip and just kind of was go into town.How do I go out? And his goal, his KPI was to have one deal lined up. By the time he leaves the house in the morning, it would be time by the time he wakes up in the morning, just like, okay, I'm going to go meet the seller over here. I'm gonna meet this seller over here. And he was getting it done. Melissa: Awesome. Rob: Huge nuggets, guys. You guys should be thinking about your business right now and how you can set those KPIs, how you can do that, that next step, because those are great notes. Melissa: Make them watch the replay, too. Rob: Sure. Melissa: Did you have any other tips or advice you want to give the attendees? Nick: The question that, that comes up a lot is like, well, how do I know when it's okay to go full time into this?And that's one question that I always ask you, Rob, it's like, well, you ever worry about the deals drying up? Like it's very much a, you know, a eat what you kill kind of a business. So you gotta always be out sourcing and hunting [00:30:00] for profit. You know, once you develop the skillset and you build the confidence, you kind of understand like the deals aren't going anywhere.Like there's, there's more than enough inventory to go around, but it's like having that, having that practice. And so what I tell most people is I want to see a track record of revenue, you know, going back six or 12 months, like just making sure maybe it, maybe it doesn't fully cover your day job income, but hopefully, you know, you're living below your means and it covers your fixed expenses.So you're, you're not, at least you're not dipping into savings. You're not taking on more debt if you do, make that leap. So you have, you've kind of built it up on the side using these effectiveness habits and, you know, time prioritization habits to the point where it's like, okay, you know, if I had another 40 50 hours a week to dedicate to this I think I could get it to the day job income level and beyond in a lot of cases, what people find. So just trying to, you know, I hear a lot of people, you know, an entrepreneur is, somebody [00:31:00] who jumps out of the airplane and figures out how to build their parachute on the way down. And this is a, a Reed Hoffman quote from LinkedIn.It's like, that sounds terrifying. Like don't do that, you know, proof of concept on, on a low risk scale and, and build it up from there. Melissa: Yeah.Rob: I love it. Melissa: We need to get to get that question a lot too, because people jump in. They're really excited and it's great that you're excited, but get the side hustle going first.So don't just go quit your job. Rob: Nick just gave you the formula guys, if you're at that point where you're trying to figure out if you're ready to scale, ready to get rid of your daytime job, because you love this so much more. There's the formula right there, guys. So you definitely want to be that level.Yeah. Yeah. So where can everybody find you? Nick: Okay. Of course would love to have you tune into the side hustle show where we cover. Not just flipping, but, any variety of a side hustle under the sun through the last eight years, tons of good stuff in the archives. If you don't know where to start, I put together a free Spotify playlist, greatest hits playlist.[00:32:00] If you want to dive in there. Sorry, Sidehustlenation.com/RSSbonus, reseller summit bonus is where you find a free digital copy of the progress journal. This is my personal productivity tracker. That incorporates the five habits that we talked about today. So you can get a free digital, six month version of that over there at sidehustlenation.com/rssbonus.Awesome. Rob: I love it. Awesome. Melissa: Well, thanks so much for Nick. Rob: We greatly appreciate your time. We greatly appreciate all your wisdom and your knowledge in this arena. So thank you. Thank you. Thank you. We can't thank you enough for doing this and, and helping everybody out with this side hustle. So you rock.Thank you. Have a great day. You guys are awesome.

Crime Curious
88: Episode 88: Come on Irene

Crime Curious

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 59:58


Irene Schroder was the youngest of 15 children born in poverty with very little life skills and choices ahead of her. When she meets married Boy Scout leader and Sunday school teacher Walter Glenn Dague the choices they make together would lead to Irene being the first woman in Pennsylvania to be executed via electric chair. Music By: Jonas Bjornstand Cover Art By: Charnell 23 February 1931 – Irene Schroeder | Execution of the day (wordpress.com) Irene Schroeder – Pennsylvania ‘Trigger Woman.' – Crimescribe irenes (rowdiva.com) Murderpedia, the encyclopedia of murderers

Your Brain on Facts
Best Served Loud (do-over, ep. 172))

Your Brain on Facts

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 35:48


A microphone is a good enough platform for getting back at people, but an entire recording studio is even better.  Popular music is littered with songs getting back at an ex lover, from Waylon Jennings to Taylor Swift, but a fair number of the tracks you know by heart are actually clap-backs to the people in the mixing booth or the record label offices. YBOF Book; Audiobook (basically everywhere but Audible); Merch! Hang out with your fellow Brainiacs  .Reach out and touch Moxie on Facebook, Twitter,  or Instagram. Support the show Music by Kevin MacLeod, Steve Oxen, David Fesliyan.   Links to all the research resources are on our website.   I love this podcast and am so happy Moxie is so prolific! A very compelling mix of the obscure to the commonplace, and a riveting listen no matter what.

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Ask Win
Win Charles interviews Michelle Willis on speaking

Ask Win

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 31:04


Ask Win: http://askwin.weebly.com. Please donate to Ask Win by going to Payment Venmo Win1195 at https://venmo.com/. Win Kelly Charles' Books: https://www.amazon.com/Win-Kelly-Charles/e/B009VNJEKE/ref=dp_byline_cont_book_1. Win Kelly Charles' MONAT: https://wincharles.mymonat.com.   On Ask Win today (Friday, December 18, 2020), Best-Selling Author, Win C welcomes Michelle Taylor Willis. Michelle is married with four sons and lives in Atlanta, Georgia. A Florida native and graduate of the University of Florida, she is now an award-winning entrepreneur, publisher, and speaker.  Her work with corporate companies, small businesses and non-profits enables Michelle to be a valued resource in the business community.  Michelle has been recognized as “Top 25 Most Powerful Women in Atlanta,” Top 25 Most Extraordinary Atlantan, and has made several “Top 100” lists in Atlanta, Georgia.  In addition, she has received countless outstanding business/businessperson of the year by different organizations.  Her publication, South Fulton Lifestyle, was awarded “Publication of the Year” twice in recent years.  Michelle sits and chairs on many boards of directors and advisory boards, including the United Way and Boy Scouts, and has been recognized repeatedly for her work in the community. Michelle lives a busy life, which she loves.  She is an amateur triathlete, speaks French, cooks and bakes from scratch, reads, volunteers, travels, is a socialite, and loves watching tv and movies (who knew)?  Her children, Trae (20), Braedon (12), Triston (10), and Pace (8), are tops in their class, multilingual, excel in sports and have their own businesses.  Michelle created the Moms All In® brand after working with many entrepreneurial and working moms who always asked her the question, “How do you do it all?”  She realized the main answer was that she crafted the life she wanted to live around a spirit of entrepreneurship, and by monetizing her talents and passion, she was able to live the life she wanted to live without sacrificing her family, her friends and most importantly, herself.  The MAI Conference helps to show others how to do the same. Follow Michelle on Linked In, Facebook and Instagram @michelletaylorwillis, and Twitter @michelletwillis.  And you can learn more about her at her website michelletaylorwillis.com.

The Patriots In Tune Podcast
MASS MURDER AS SUV PLOWS INTO CHRISTMAS PARADE! Special Guest: CHRISTINE BISH #CA06 - Patriots In Tune Show - Ep. #496 - 11/22/2021

The Patriots In Tune Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 136:41


CHRISTINE BISH #CA06 - THE BISH IS BACK! Join Toots Sweet & The Lovely Jewels Jones  -Patriots In Tune Show - Ep. # 496 Tune In 2 In Tune Monday Night November 22nd & Find Out What The Buzz Is All About On The Patriots In Tune Show. Watch As Toots Sweet & The Lovely Jewels Jones Spend The First Half Of The Show Dissecting The Current News For ONE FULL HOUR Of Uninterrupted Commentary from 7pm to 8pm ET time on The Patriots In Tune - IT'S FREE! Then Stick Around For Congressional Candidate CHRISTINE BISH #CA06 See You All Soon On Patriots In Tune, Cause This Party's Just  Getting Started!  

THOSEGUYSYOUHATE
Session 95: 7th Heathen

THOSEGUYSYOUHATE

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 68:23


This show vows to never body shame... except when it does. Ryan gives in to peer pressure and Tiler calls out the audience, aggressively and directly. There's another Happy Death Day™ (I can't believe it's been 15 years already) and we finally, FINALLY, get to say goodbye* to the Flesh-Light saga. A fun family game of "Am I Racist", relationship advice, and what were we thinking with the Boy Scouts of America? They are THOSEGUYSYOUHATE! *good riddance Support this podcast

Upworthy Weekly
3. The '90s, Dating Questionnaires, The Mall

Upworthy Weekly

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2021 57:56


Our third episode is a Gen X extravaganza where Alison and Tod talk about the short-lived swing craze of the mid-‘90s and review a list of things people miss from the “last great decade.” Also, a brave Boy Scout rescues an injured dog, great news the media isn't telling you, and the mysterious event that occurs before death.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Reborn with Ashley Horner
Clint Emerson: The Right Kind of Crazy

Reborn with Ashley Horner

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 61:51


My guest on Reborn is a podcaster, defense expert and is the only SEAL ever to be inducted into the International Spy Museum. Clint Emerson is a retired Navy SEAL who served more than 20 years in the SEAL Teams.   He is also the author of the books, The Right Kind of Crazy: My Life as a Navy SEAL, Covert Operative, and Boy Scout from Hell, the upcoming, The Rugged Life: The Modern Guide to Self Reliance, as well the 100 Deadly Skills series.The series examines techniques Clint learned during his time working in special operations and explains how those skills can help private citizens who find themselves in dangerous situations. Clint also hosts the show Can You Survive This Podcast? Clint is the founder of the security consulting company Escape the Wolf and the survival-oriented online store violentnomad.com.  You can follow him on Instagram @100deadlyskills. SPONSORS: Manscaped: For a limited time - Get 25% OFF the biggest sale of the year at Manscaped when you visit www.manscaped.com/ashley Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Jesse Kelly Show
Pay-Per-View Gladiator Fights

The Jesse Kelly Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2021 120:12


You know what day it is: Ask Dr. Jesse Friday! The devil's in the details. The GOP's junk yard dog. Establishing dominance at the movie theater. The Boy Scout's new badge. My Associates degree. Stepping into an arena with a 6000 lbs rhino. Long distance relationship advice from the Oracle. For the public good. He is listening. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

The Dana Show with Dana Loesch
Absurd Truth: Manchin's Maserati Madness

The Dana Show with Dana Loesch

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 20:20


The Boy Scouts announce a new CRT requirement, meanwhile climate protesters surround Joe Manchin's Maserati as the House plans to vote on the infrastructure bill.Please visit our great sponsors:Patriot Mobilehttps://PatriotMobile.com/DanaStand with Patriot Mobile. Free activations with promo code DANA. Patriotmobile.com/dana or call 972-PATRIOT. Kel-Techttps://KelTecWeapons.comKelTec: Creating Innovative, Quality Firearms to help secure your world. Delta Rescuehttps://deltarescue.orgGet your complete Estate Planning kit at deltarescue.org/dana today and let your passion for animals live well into the future. Black Rifle Coffee Companyhttps://blackriflecoffee.com/danatvUse code DANATV to save 20% off your first coffee club, coffee and select gear purchase. Bonner Winehttps://conservativewines.comDana listeners now receive 50% wine and 50% shipping only at www.Conservativewines.com.Legacy Precious Metalshttps://legacypminvestments.comPick up your free guide to precious metal investments today.Superbeetshttps://DanasBeets.comStart your day a new way and receive a 30-day supply of SuperBeets Heart Chews with your first purchase.

The Dana Show with Dana Loesch
Absurd Truth: Manchin's Maserati Madness

The Dana Show with Dana Loesch

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 20:20


The Boy Scouts announce a new CRT requirement, meanwhile climate protesters surround Joe Manchin's Maserati as the House plans to vote on the infrastructure bill.Please visit our great sponsors:Patriot Mobilehttps://PatriotMobile.com/DanaStand with Patriot Mobile. Free activations with promo code DANA. Patriotmobile.com/dana or call 972-PATRIOT. Kel-Techttps://KelTecWeapons.comKelTec: Creating Innovative, Quality Firearms to help secure your world. Delta Rescuehttps://deltarescue.orgGet your complete Estate Planning kit at deltarescue.org/dana today and let your passion for animals live well into the future. Black Rifle Coffee Companyhttps://blackriflecoffee.com/danatvUse code DANATV to save 20% off your first coffee club, coffee and select gear purchase. Bonner Winehttps://conservativewines.comDana listeners now receive 50% wine and 50% shipping only at www.Conservativewines.com.Legacy Precious Metalshttps://legacypminvestments.comPick up your free guide to precious metal investments today.Superbeetshttps://DanasBeets.comStart your day a new way and receive a 30-day supply of SuperBeets Heart Chews with your first purchase.

The Dana Show with Dana Loesch
Friday November 5 - Full Show

The Dana Show with Dana Loesch

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 108:07


Protesters surround Joe Manchin as the House plans to vote on the infrastructure bill. Leftists go after CNN for running a piece on a family struggling with inflation prices. The Democrat spending bill gives special tax handouts to media companies with up to 1,500 "local journalists”. The Boy Scouts announce a new CRT requirement. Pete Buttigieg claims the Build Back Better plan will help inflation. Energy Sec. Jennifer Granholm laughs at the idea that we can lower gas prices.Please visit our great sponsors:Patriot Mobilehttps://PatriotMobile.com/DanaStand with Patriot Mobile. Free activations with promo code DANA. Patriotmobile.com/dana or call 972-PATRIOT. Kel-Techttps://KelTecWeapons.comKelTec: Creating Innovative, Quality Firearms to help secure your world. Delta Rescuehttps://deltarescue.orgGet your complete Estate Planning kit at deltarescue.org/dana today and let your passion for animals live well into the future. Black Rifle Coffee Companyhttps://blackriflecoffee.com/danatvUse code DANATV to save 20% off your first coffee club, coffee and select gear purchase. Bonner Winehttps://conservativewines.comDana listeners now receive 50% wine and 50% shipping only at www.Conservativewines.com.Legacy Precious Metalshttps://legacypminvestments.comPick up your free guide to precious metal investments today.Superbeetshttps://DanasBeets.comStart your day a new way and receive a 30-day supply of SuperBeets Heart Chews with your first purchase.

The Dana Show with Dana Loesch
Friday November 5 - Full Show

The Dana Show with Dana Loesch

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 108:07


Protesters surround Joe Manchin as the House plans to vote on the infrastructure bill. Leftists go after CNN for running a piece on a family struggling with inflation prices. The Democrat spending bill gives special tax handouts to media companies with up to 1,500 "local journalists”. The Boy Scouts announce a new CRT requirement. Pete Buttigieg claims the Build Back Better plan will help inflation. Energy Sec. Jennifer Granholm laughs at the idea that we can lower gas prices.Please visit our great sponsors:Patriot Mobilehttps://PatriotMobile.com/DanaStand with Patriot Mobile. Free activations with promo code DANA. Patriotmobile.com/dana or call 972-PATRIOT. Kel-Techttps://KelTecWeapons.comKelTec: Creating Innovative, Quality Firearms to help secure your world. Delta Rescuehttps://deltarescue.orgGet your complete Estate Planning kit at deltarescue.org/dana today and let your passion for animals live well into the future. Black Rifle Coffee Companyhttps://blackriflecoffee.com/danatvUse code DANATV to save 20% off your first coffee club, coffee and select gear purchase. Bonner Winehttps://conservativewines.comDana listeners now receive 50% wine and 50% shipping only at www.Conservativewines.com.Legacy Precious Metalshttps://legacypminvestments.comPick up your free guide to precious metal investments today.Superbeetshttps://DanasBeets.comStart your day a new way and receive a 30-day supply of SuperBeets Heart Chews with your first purchase.

Behind the Bastards
Part Two: The Boy Scouts are a Bastard

Behind the Bastards

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2021 74:55


Robert is joined again by Matt Lieb to continue to discuss the Boy Scouts of America. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Behind the Bastards
Part One: Robert Baden-Powell: Founder Of The Boy Scouts

Behind the Bastards

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 89:09


Robert is joined by Matt Lieb to discuss Robert Baden-Powell, the founder of the Boy Scouts of America. FOOTNOTES: https://time.com/longform/boy-scouts-sex-abuse/ https://www.bloomberg.com/news/features/2018-12-19/bankruptcy-on-the-table-as-boy-scouts-confront-sex-abuse-claims https://archive.md/1livE#selection-2825.0-2829.173 https://archive.md/ePU2Q#selection-2483.0-2537.46 https://documents.latimes.com/arthur-w-humphries/ https://web.archive.org/web/20210304192148/https://www.latimes.com/local/california/la-me-scouts-leaders-2-20121231-story.html https://archive.md/ExPOA#selection-3545.0-3522.30 https://archive.md/w4Ij7#selection-2241.47-2265.90 https://abcnews.go.com/US/12000-boy-scout-members-victims-sexual-abuse-expert/story?id=62573567 https://www.washingtonpost.com/powerpost/boy-scouts-lobby-in-states-to-stem-the-flow-of-child-abuse-lawsuits/2018/05/08/0eee0a44-47d8-11e8-827e-190efaf1f1ee_story.html https://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-54971579 https://www.sgtlaw.com/case/ex-boy-scout-awarded-more-than-12-million-in-sex-abuse-case-following-jury-trial/ http://exitinterview.biz/essays/bl_noped/index.htm :https://www.jstor.org/stable/25475829 http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/england/gloucestershire/8403956.stmrober https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-england-dorset-53007902 https://indiancountrytoday.com/news/boy-scouts-have-been-one-of-the-worst-culprits-of-cultural-appropriation https://www.theguardian.com/uk/2000/may/16/historybooks.books https://www.irishtimes.com/news/a-man-and-his-manual-1.1151580 https://www.theatlantic.com/magazine/archive/2004/06/young-men-in-shorts/302962/ http://scoutguidehistoricalsociety.com/setonfeud.htm https://www.theatlantic.com/national/archive/2013/01/christopher-hitchens-on-the-mildly-fascist-founder-of-the-boy-scouts/272683/ https://www.policeprostitutionandpolitics.com/pdfs_all/CHILD%20MOLESTATION%20PORNOGRAPHY%20TEACHERS%20ETC/Catholic%20Church%20Other%20Clergy%20%20and%20Boy%20Scout%20Sex%20Scandals/Scout's%20Honor.pdf Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com