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Support on PATREON!!!Thank you, Patrons! - Bellefonte Bricks Studio, Ryan Moore, Franco Portelli, Jimmy Tucker, Ryan S, DavidSee some of the designs I've built - REBRICKABLE.COMHead over to Back2brick.com for links to the latest LEGO set discounts!In this episode, we explore the dynamic world of LEGO during Black Friday Weekend, featuring exclusive sets, discounts, and charitable initiatives that resonate globally. From highlighting special deals and perks for Insiders to capturing the festive magic of the Macy's Day Parade in Miniland, LEGO offers a unique holiday experience. As a gesture of goodwill, LEGO encourages fans to contribute to the Ukraine effort, providing a chance to win sets inspired by Ukrainian heritage. Whether you're a seasoned builder or new to LEGO, don't miss the details on deals, parades, and making a positive impact in the world—tune in to the podcast for the full scoop.SET REVIEW (affiliate link): 10289 Bird of ParadiseFortnite Event!Black Friday 2023Biggest Black Friday Ever!Thanksgiving ParadeNationwide LEGO theftAdvent Calendar Discount - FRIENDS, Star Wars, Marvel, Harry PotterUkraine United24 LEGO Sets - SUPPORT NOW- Mother Ukraine statue by Maksym Mityakin @maksymmitiakin - Swallow's Nest castle by Artur Samkov @sahaidaczny_architecture- Mariupol's Old Water Tower by Yevgen Tonyev @zhekin Bricklink Series 3 finalistsClone Wars PosterNew Battle PackNatural History Museum tourDuelling rollercoastersBricklink Designer Guidelines updateNo motors for the Orient ExpressFriends SetStitch!Support the showHave a question? Want to be a guest? Send me a firstname.lastname@example.orgHead over to Back2Brick.com to follow all our blog posts!Support the podcast through our affiliate links AND join the Back 2 Brick Patreon!Back 2 Brick Podcast is not an affiliate nor endorsed by the LEGO Group.LEGO, the LEGO logo, the Minifigure, and the Brick and Knob configurations are trademarks of the LEGO Group of Companies. ©2023 The LEGO Group.
Durante la puntata di oggi di Bricks and Music, con Paolo Leccese ed Emiliano Cioffarelli, su Casa Radio, sono intervenute:Rosa Giovanna Barresi, Avvocato e Professoressa in Lab in Cryptoasset, Scuola di Economia e Management dell'Università degli Studi di Firenze e la RIcercatrice Laura Caroleo per parlare dei temi che saranno da loro trattati nell'evento, DONNA IMMAGINE CITTA', che si terrà a Roma il 24 novembre 2023 dalle 9:30 alle 14:30 presso l'Aula Magna Rettorato Università Roma Tre, via Ostiense 133, Roma. L'evento ha come titolo:Inclusione e uguaglianza: tracciamo un percorso di collaborazione disciplinare.Innovazione e transdisciplinarità per l'uguaglianza e l'inclusione.Ingresso libero e gratutito, per informazioni email@example.com
In the face of a nationwide rental crisis characterised by soaring rents, historically low vacancy rates, and a surge in immigration, one might expect investors to be flocking to the real estate arena. However, the reality is starkly different. Investors are hitting the sell button, prompting us to ask the crucial question—why? Today, we're privileged to have Nicola McDougall — chair of PIPA, join us in dissecting the intricacies of this market upheaval. Nicola brings her wealth of expertise to help us dissect the intricacies of the current real estate landscape. Together, we explore the reasons behind the increasing number of investment properties hitting the market when conventional wisdom suggests the opposite. Tune in and join the conversation as we explore the forces shaping Australia's property landscape and seek to understand why, in the midst of apparent opportunity, investors are choosing to take a different path. Episode Highlights: 00:00 - Introduction 01:03 - Who is Nicola McDougall? 01:53 - What's the methodology behind the PIPA investor sentiment survey? 07:09 - What constitutes the national rental pool in terms of property numbers? 12:51 - Is the government a key factor in shaping investor attitudes currently? 15:44 - Some primary motivations for investors selling properties in Australia 23:14 - Understanding factors behind tenancy reform and investor divide 25:33 - Anticipating the impact of regulations and borrowing costs on investor trends 31:27 - What broader issues are indicated by the housing shortage beyond just the rental crisis? 36:16 - The effect of the COVID-19 pandemic on property investors and their market presence 39:54 - Why the expected impact of increased interest rates hasn't played out in Sydney 44:00 - Is the government fully aware of the property market's long-term investment issues? 49:38 - How investors can navigate the tightening credit environment 51:28 - Nicola McDougall's property dumbo About Our Guest: Nicola McDougall has served as the Chair of PIPA (Property Investment Professionals of Australia) since early 2022, bringing to the role her expertise as an award-winning property and finance journalist, author, and successful property investor. As the Director of Bricks & Mortar Media, she has co-authored notable works such as "The Female Investor: Creating Wealth, Security & Freedom Through Property," which secured the personal finance and investment category award at the 2022 Australian Business Book of the Year. Additionally, Nicola has contributed to the 3rd edition of "Property Investing For Dummies" and authored the 1st editions of "Buying a Property for Dummies" and "Property Investing Essentials for Dummies," all published in 2023 by Wiley. With a background as the former editor of Australian Property Investor magazine and head of corporate affairs at the REIQ, Nicola has been a dedicated PIPA board director since 2014. Connect with Nicola McDougall: Nicola's LinkedIn profile https://www.linkedin.com/in/nicola-k-mcdougall/ Resources: Visit our website https://www.theelephantintheroom.com.au If you have any questions or would like to be featured on our show, contact us at: The Elephant in the Room Property Podcast firstname.lastname@example.org Looking for a Sydney Buyers Agent? https://www.gooddeeds.com.au Work with Veronica: https://www.veronicamorgan.com.au Looking for a Mortgage Broker? https://www.blusk.au Work with Chris: email@example.com Enjoyed the podcast? Don't miss out on what's yet to come! Hit that subscription button, spread the word and join us for more insightful discussions in real estate. Your journey starts now! Subscribe on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@theelephantintheroom-podcast Subscribe on Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/ph/podcast/the-elephant-in-the-room-property-podcast/id1384822719 Subscribe on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/3Ge1626dgnmK0RyKPcXjP0?si=26cde394fa854765 See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In today's episode of Bricks & Bytes, we have Bryan Charter, Co-Founder & CEO of SuSy.house In this episode, we learn how sustainable housing will become achievable for everyone., strategies for homeowners to improve the energy efficiency of their homes, tips for better time management and staying focused, and much more! Tune in to find out: The role of technology in reducing friction for sustainable housing upgrades. Strategies for homeowners to improve energy efficiency and the potential financial incentives involved How a two-sided marketplace operates in Construction Tech Common challenges entrepreneurs face in time management Role of Government Incentives and regulations in motivating homeowners to upgrade their houses If you enjoy today's episode, leave us a comment. And don't forget to subscribe to our channel! ---------------------------------------- Bryan Charter | Co-Founder & CEO of SuSy.house ---------------------------------------- Today's Sponsor: beta – Construction and technology network platform – connecting the tech industry with traditional construction partners. Check www.the-beta.com ---------------------------------------- Timestamps: (00:00:00 - 00:03:03) - Intro (00:03:03 - 00:08:24) - What SuSy.house Does (00:08:25 - 00:15:09) - Government Policies for Housing (00:15:10 - 00:19:39) - Managing a Two-Sided Marketplace in Tech (00:19:40 - 00:23:49) - Encouraging People to Undertake Construction on Their Houses (00:23:50 - 00:28:03) - Key Learnings from Working at SuSy (00:28:04 - 00:32:58) - Tips for Time Management and Dopamine Detox (00:32:59 - 00:33:57) - The Importance of Cold Calling (00:33:58 - 00:35:06) - Managing Technical Aspects as a Non-Technical Person (00:35:07 - 00:37:26) - Essential Advice for Founders (00:37:27 - 00:40:32) - Outro
Support on PATREON!!!Thank you, Patrons! - Bellefonte Bricks Studio, Ryan Moore, Franco Portelli, Jimmy Tucker, Ryan S, DavidSee some of the designs I've built - REBRICKABLE.COMHello LEGO enthusiasts! This week's podcast is a celebration of creativity and holiday cheer. First off, we're diving into the unveiling of LEGO's new Orient Express train set. Brace yourselves for a detailed exploration of this exquisitely crafted masterpiece, perfect for both train aficionados and LEGO enthusiasts looking for their next building challenge.But the festive spirit doesn't stop there – we're also taking you on a virtual tour to LEGOLAND New York, where a colossal 35-foot Christmas tree has taken center stage. Get ready to be enchanted by the holiday magic radiating from this LEGO-adorned wonder. And if that wasn't exciting enough, we're gearing up for the highly anticipated LEGO Insider Weekend. From exclusive sets to behind-the-scenes peeks, join us as we unravel the excitement surrounding this special event tailored just for LEGO Insiders. It's a jolly good time in the world of LEGO, so tune in for all the brick-building bliss!All this and more await you in this week's episode of Bricking News. Don't miss out!SET REVIEW (affiliate link): 21325 Blacksmith ShopTwo Gift's With PurchaseInsiders WeekLEGO discountsC02 removing blocksTaxi GWP... crapAvengers Tower is missing something...Snowball fight!Build to GiveLEGO Wish List Largest LEGO store in the worldTechnical axle strength - YouTube videoSuper Mario setsInsiders set salesFortnite crossover potentialChristmas in LEGOLAND NYLEGO investment in Mexico$10 gift card at TargetLEGOLAND California celebrates 25 yearsChristmas at the LEGO HouseOrient Express RevealedSupport the showHave a question? Want to be a guest? Send me a firstname.lastname@example.orgHead over to Back2Brick.com to follow all our blog posts!Support the podcast through our affiliate links AND join the Back 2 Brick Patreon!Back 2 Brick Podcast is not an affiliate nor endorsed by the LEGO Group.LEGO, the LEGO logo, the Minifigure, and the Brick and Knob configurations are trademarks of the LEGO Group of Companies. ©2023 The LEGO Group.
Nella puntata di oggi di Bricks and Music, condotta da Paolo Leccese ed Emiliano Cioffarelli, sono intervenuti:Il Prof. Claudio De Stefano Sistemi di Elaborazione delle Informazioni, Dipartimento di Ingegneria Elettrica e dell'Informazione, dell'Università degli Studi di Cassino e del Lazio MeridionaleLa Dott.ssa Alessandra PernaGlobal Medical & Scientific Affairs Leader - Pharmaceutical Industry I temi trattati sono stati:le nuove tecnologie applicare al mondo della sanitàl'inclusione e le differenze di genere e l'intelligenza artificialeE' intervenuta l'ideatrice dell'evento Donna Immagine Città, l'Arch. Sonia Marino,Roma - 24 novembre 2023 - 9:30/14:30L'evento ha come titolo:Inclusione e uguaglianza: tracciamo un percorso di collaborazione disciplinare.Innovazione e transdisciplinarità per l'uguaglianza e l'inclusione.Ingresso libero e gratutito, per informazioni email@example.comAula Magna Rettorato Università Roma Tre, via Ostiense 133, RomaSito di riferimento: www.immaginecitta.org
Welcome to Off the Bricks, poets and poetry lovers! This month we have poet and physicist Samuel Peralta with us to share his astronomically themed poetry. We have linked Peralta's Amazon page here . This week's natural moment poem is The Freedom of the Moon by Robert Frost.
MAPP's head of people and talent, Sean Greathead, joins EG's Sarah Jackman to discuss the range of policies that the firm has implemented to help create and support DEI within the business. In a wide-ranging discussion that covers both recruitment and staff retention, they discuss gender and ethnicity pay gap reporting, the positive role of employee forums in capturing staff sentiment and ideas, and the significance having role models within the business. As Greathead says: "There's a joy, an excitement and a value with difference."
Nella puntata di oggi di Bricks and Music, condotta da Paolo Leccese, su Casa Radio, è intervenuto Giulio Azzolini, Responsabile della rete del Gruppo Frimm. Tra i temi trattati:l'organizzazione delle agenzie immobiliaril'intelligenza artificialela formazione
This evening, I am joined by Emma Osmundsen, CEO of Sixty Bricks. Emma was appointed as its Chief Executive in January 2023, having joined Sixty Bricks from Exeter City Living. Raised in Wales with Norwegian roots, Emma has more than 25 years in the construction industry and is one of the leading global voices in the development and delivery of low-energy, healthy and climate resilient homes and buildings.You can join in the discussion using our LinkedIn group: https://www.linkedin.com/groups/9054319/Please keep your questions and voicenotes coming. It is best to contact me on LinkedInEmma's journey underscores the significance of perseverance, finding purpose, and prioritizing the impact of one's work on communities while facing personal and professional challenges.1. Passion for Innovation: Emma's drive and energy fueled her ambition to push boundaries, delivering groundbreaking projects like the world's first Passive House, Climate Ready, Building Biology Compliant Leisure Centre.2. Challenges as a Pioneer: As a disruptor in her field, Emma faced resistance and discomfort from those not aligned with her vision. Achieving recognition and success sometimes led to jealousy and insecurities among peers.3. Transitioning to New Challenges: Despite her significant achievements in Exeter, Emma felt the need for a change. She sought a new challenge and ultimately joined Sixty Bricks, driven by the desire for a fresh start and new ambitions.4. Ambitions in New Role: Emma aims to scale up innovative housing solutions, making them accessible and equitable across social and private housing sectors. Her goal is to demonstrate that building better homes is feasible and financially viable.5. Navigating Public Sector Challenges: Running a local authority development company presents hurdles like bureaucratic processes, differing risk appetites, and aligning shareholder ambitions. Emma believes these companies are part of the solution to housing crises but require better understanding and alignment with the public sector.6. Finding Purpose and Resilience: Emma emphasizes the importance of discovering one's purpose. Her personal battle with cancer reinforced her belief that being in a supportive environment allows individuals to navigate challenges, contributing positively to the workplace. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
In this episode, our special guest, Jamie Schisler, Chief Comfort Officer at Upwest, delves into the unique challenges faced when initiating a brand within a well-established corporation. Additionally, the episode touches on the role of brick-and-mortar stores in retail and the evolving landscape of digital-first brands.Jamie Schisler has more than two decades of experience in merchandising, strategy development, design, marketing, and digital within the retail sector. Jamie's retail journey commenced in merchandising at Abercrombie & Fitch and continued through Express, the parent company of Upwest.
On today's podcast episode, we discuss the future of the bank branch. • In our “Headlines” segment, we chat about why banks are closing so many branches and how consumers want more digital experiences. • In “Story by Numbers,” we explain what Curinos defines as branch share and why it used to account for more primary new accounts than it does today. We also discuss the value of closing a branch in order to save operating expenses in a low-rate versus high-rate environment. • In “Pretend CEO,” we look at regional banks and their deposit portfolios in a high-rate environment. Listen to the discussion with host Rob Rubin and Curinos director Andrew Hovet. Follow us on Instagram at: https://www.instagram.com/insiderintelligence/ For sponsorship opportunities contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org For more information visit: https://www.insiderintelligence.com/contact/advertise/ Have questions or just want to say hi? Drop us a line at email@example.com For a transcript of this episode click here: https://www.insiderintelligence.com/content/podcast-banking-payments-show-counting-on-bricks-when-banks-stick-their-branches © 2023 Insider Intelligence
Web design educator Dave Foy (the go to 101 resource for learning the Bricks WordPress Page Builder) shares his insight on how Bricks stacks up next to other page builders like Divi and Elementor and gives his perspective on the pros and cons of where WordPress is headed.In This Episode00:00 - The Battle of WordPress Page Builders05:15 - Page Builders09:51 - WordPress Community Debate and Division22:13 - Comparing Page Builder Options35:32 - Progression to Bricks and Teaching Methods40:20 - Teaching Web Design With Bricks51:29 - Webflow vs WordPressGet all links, resources and show notes at:https://joshhall.co/297Sign up for my free, weekly newsletter Web Biz Weekly™ at joshhall.co/weekly
Welcome to Hempaware Radio, where we explore the world of hemp innovation and entrepreneurship. In today's episode, our host Tyler Hemp speaks with Derek Wolf, the co-founder of Hemp and Block, a company dedicated to producing hemp-based construction materials. Derek shares his journey and the inspiration behind creating hempcrete blocks, emphasizing the sustainability and health benefits of integrating hemp into construction.They delve into the practical applications, limitations, and potential future of hempcrete, tackling misconceptions and the path to industry acceptance.With insights into the manufacturing process, building regulations, and the vision for the future, this episode promises to inspire and educate on the transformative potential of hemp in the construction industry.So, join us as we venture into the world of hemp and building with Derek Wolf on Hempaware Radio!Guest BioDerek Wolf's passion for construction and craftsmanship was ingrained in him from a young age, as he watched his father and grandfather work as tradesmen and craftsmen. His family's immigrant background played a role in shaping his work ethic and passion for the industry. From a young age, Derek was drawn to the construction trade, often seen helping his father with various projects. This early exposure led to his development as a skilled and talented craftsman in the field of construction.Primary Topic: Introduction to Hemp and Block- Derek Wolf introduces Hemp and Block, a company creating hemp-based construction materials- Focus on the production of hempcrete blocks in Colorado since 2018- Derek's background in construction and manufacturing leading to the creation of Hemp and BlockSub-Topic: Benefits of Hempcrete Blocks- Discussion on health, environmental, breathability, anti-mold properties, and acoustic benefits- Adaptability to different builder preferences and convenience in cuttingSub-Topic: Drawbacks of Conventional Construction Methods- Use of non-breathable materials and toxic substances- Sustainability and carbon footprint considerationsPrimary Topic: Philosophical Perspective on Hemp and Life- Derek shares a message of hope, belief, perseverance, and dedication- Host Tyler expresses admiration for Derek and his motivational messagePrimary Topic: Thickness and Use Cases of Hempcrete Blocks- Manufacturing of 8 and 12-inch thick walls for insulation requirements- Cost comparison and safety benefitsPrimary Topic: Approval and Expansion of Hempcrete Applications- Designation for 1 to 2 story buildings in residential building code- Potential use in larger structures and commercial buildings by 2025- Limitations and expectations when using hemp blocks in building projectsPrimary Topic: Contact and Reachability- Contact information for reaching out to Derek for inquiries- Discussion about the best way to reach Hemp and BlockPrimary Topic: Shifting to American Factories and Automation- Development of precast hemp block with benefits in consistency, automation in production, and ease of use- Addressing misconceptions about hempcrete and challenges related to building approvals
Support on PATREON!!!Thank you, Patrons! - Bellefonte Bricks Studio, Ryan Moore, Franco Portelli, Derek Graeff, Jimmy Tucker, Ryan S, DavidSee some of the designs I've built - REBRICKABLE.COMGet ready because the Avengers are on their way, and it's about time to construct their epic headquarters, the Avengers Tower! This week, our spotlight is on the highly anticipated Black Friday deals that are set to drain your wallets. From Costco to Walmart, incredible discounts await, but be prepared to part with your hard-earned cash just in time for the holiday season.For all you LEGO enthusiasts out there, we've got a special treat on our YouTube channel – the ultimate guide on how to send those LEGO ships to the depths! So, if you've been wondering how to create the most spectacular aquatic showdown, head over to our YouTube channel.And if you're in need of a well-deserved vacation, look no further than LEGOLAND Florida. They're offering a range of new and amazing experiences at their brand-new aquarium. Dive into a world of wonder and adventure!All this and more awaits you in this week's episode of Bricking News. Don't miss out!Get 10% off your order with code back2brick from a community dedicated to LEGOWLWYB.comSET REVIEW (affiliate link): 21330 LEGO Ideas Home AloneBricklink goes downCostco $100 off deal - https://www.costco.com/lego-the-razor-crest.product.4000226848.htmlAvengers TowerTax Gift With PurchaseBoat sinking time! - Youtube Link 1 set November - 71426 Piranha Plant2K GoalFriends 2024Minecraft 2024Super Mario 2024Monkie Kid CityChinese New YearWalmart DiscountsLEGOLAND Flordia Ferrari & Aquarium expansionBird of a LEGO feather - Instagram linkLoki Girl winnerHoliday JumperIdeas 15th Anniversary contest - Enter hereJedi templePeppa PigMoon Rover rumorSupport the showHave a question? Want to be a guest? Send me a firstname.lastname@example.orgHead over to Back2Brick.com to follow all our blog posts!Support the podcast through our affiliate links AND join the Back 2 Brick Patreon!Back 2 Brick Podcast is not an affiliate nor endorsed by the LEGO Group.LEGO, the LEGO logo, the Minifigure, and the Brick and Knob configurations are trademarks of the LEGO Group of Companies. ©2023 The LEGO Group.
A Tapestry of Cultural DiversityTampa's cultural landscape is as diverse as its population, reflecting the influence of various communities that have shaped the city's identity. From the historic Ybor City, once known as the "Cigar Capital of the World," to the contemporary art scene in the Tampa Bay area, the city is a melting pot of different cultures and traditions. Visitors can immerse themselves in the vibrant Cuban, Spanish, and Italian heritage, evident in the local cuisine, architecture, and lively festivals that celebrate Tampa's rich multicultural tapestry. Some of the most unique areas of Tampa to visit are Downtown Tampa, South Tampa/Bayshore, Ybor City, and Citrus Park.Ybor City is a vibrant, historic district filled with attractions, unique restaurants, and plenty of entertainment opportunities. The area is known for its Cuban heritage, evidenced by the many cigar factories and Cuban restaurants, bakeries, and cafes. Ybor City also has numerous antique stores and specialty shops, accompanied by a variety of museums, art galleries, nightclubs, and music venues. The area holds several festivals, such as the annual Cuban Sandwich Festival, as well as performances from the Tampa Bay Rowdies soccer team. Ybor City is also home to the world's largest fireworks display, held on the Fourth of July every year. It's also home to many popular restaurants, like The Columbia Restaurant and The Bricks of Ybor City. Overall, Ybor City is an ideal destination for visitors who appreciate culture, history, and a unique atmosphere.A Paradise for Nature Enthusiasts For nature enthusiasts, Tampa offers a myriad of opportunities to explore its breathtaking natural beauty. The city is renowned for its stunning beaches, including the famed Clearwater Beach and the picturesque Honeymoon Island State Park, where visitors can indulge in water sports, sunbathe on pristine sands, or enjoy a stroll along the shoreline. For Class II rapids, check out Hillsborough River State Park.Additionally, the nearby Florida Aquarium and the Lowry Park Zoo provide immersive experiences for wildlife lovers, showcasing an array of marine life and exotic animals worldwide. On hot summer days, don't forget to visit Adventure Island and Water Works.Urban Excitement and Entertainment GaloreBeyond its natural allure, Tampa is a bustling urban hub that never fails to impress with its dynamic entertainment options. The lively Riverwalk, flanked by trendy restaurants, bars, and shops, offers a scenic backdrop for leisurely strolls and exciting evening activities. For shopping, and hanging with friends, visit Hyde Park, Armature Works, Centro Ybor (Historic District), Sparkman's Warff, and Channelside. Hyde Park offers a vintage experience with rustic cobblestone streets, and the yummy treats you will find within the village cannot be overstated. In addition, Bayshore Blvd has many trails to explore. Tampa has its very own large-scale amusement park, Busch Gardens. As Florida's premier amusement park, Busch Gardens is an excellent option if you want the whole family to be involved. From roller coasters to shows to animals, you can spend your entire day smiling and laughing. If you like escape rooms, Breakout Games Escape Room is the best escape room I have ever been to. Armature Works is a historic building & outdoor event space in the historic Heights district on the banks of the Hillsborough River. The historic building is a vibrant space containing bistros, bars, boutiques, and a full-service restaurant. Here, visitors can experience the rich culture of Tampa, the best of the city. Sporting Events Gone WildSports enthusiasts can catch a football game at the iconic Raymond James Stadium or a hockey game at the Amalie Arena, home to the city's professional football and hockey teams, respectively. Fun fact about Amalie Arena- students who show up in Lightning apparel and present their student ID can get into the "student rush," where they will place you in empty seats. You could be sitting right behind the glass!Stay like a CelebrityThe most unique hotel to stay in when in Tampa is the national landmark hotel, the Floridan. Located on 905 N Florida Ave, the Floridan was officially listed in the National Register of Historic Places on March 12, 1996, and is Tampa's only historic grand hotel still standing. Developed by architect Francis Joseph Kennard from 1926 to 1927, the hotel reflects a roaring 20s vibe. It shows the rich oasis that was inhabited by orange juice barons and other business tycoons, as well as high-ranking Military officers, Mafia members, and movie stars. The hotel is also a base for the Cincinnati Reds baseball players during Spring Training!Drinks and ClinksSome of our favorite breweries include Tampa Bay Brewing Co. (located in Ybor and Westchase), Coppertail Brewing Co. (located in Ybor), Brew Bus Brewing (they have buses that take you all over Tampa to different breweries), Cigar City Brewing Co. (located in South Tampa), and Six/Ten Brewing (located in Central Tampa by the airport). Bru is a 16-tap taproom that sells beers from only Florida Breweries. They have games and trivia. They are dog-friendly and kid-friendly and have a kombucha and cold brew for non-alcoholic options.Culinary Delights and Epicurean AdventuresTampa's culinary scene is a tantalizing fusion of flavors, reflecting the city's diverse cultural influences and its proximity to the Gulf of Mexico. From traditional Cuban sandwiches and Spanish paella to fresh seafood delicacies and farm-to-table dining experiences, Tampa offers a culinary journey that caters to every palate. Visitors can indulge in gastronomic adventures at the local farmers' markets, upscale restaurants, and charming cafes, savoring the delectable creations of talented chefs and experiencing the warmth of Southern hospitality at every turn.Hidden Gem Foodie FavoritesMichael's Grill has impressive authentic Italian food. Ulele has super cheesy macaroni and cheese in Tampa and has won several awards. King of the Coop is the spot for Nashville Hot Chicken. Bahama Bucks has top-notch shaved ice, and Jeremiah's has the best Italian ice. Green Lemon has excellent Mexican food, and Loli's Tacos has the most authentic tacos that are served in a little shack. La Teresita Restaurant was established by Cuban immigrants in 1972 and has served presidents, governors, senators, mayors, and other movers and shakers. The Floridian has the best Cuban sandwich around (pork, swiss cheese, mustard, pickles and salami).The Alessi Bakery evolved from a small bakery on Cherry Street in 1912 to a full-scale dining establishment with a bakery, deli, and distribution center. Alessi has long been a household name in Tampa. Founded by Nicolo Alessi, this Tampa landmark has been passed on down through the generations and remains a family-owned and -operated company today.Tavern FoodiesMaloney's Irish Pub has incredible $7 burgers on Wednesdays and trivia nights as well. Burger Culture is a food truck that serves fresh burgers to order. They have great fries, too. Eddie and Sam N.Y. Pizza is top-notch pizza. Front Porch and Bart's Tavern is located in a two-story Victorian house on Florida Ave. They have string lights and frequent live music.Deli DelectablesMott and Hester's Deli has the best cheese ziti and meaty sandwiches. Datz is a deli that serves eclectic food, from sandwiches to bacon-stuffed meatloaf. They also have a chocolate shop that makes incredible little truffles and a bakery called Datz Dough (two locations, one in Downtown Tampa and the other in St. Pete). Upscale EatsColumbia Restaurant is a renowned upscale restaurant, famous for its 1905 salad and amazing traditional Cuban food. Daily Eats is very fancy and serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Bern's Steakhouse and Dessert Room is phenomenal, and you can also just come by to try their specialty desserts. On Swann is located in a renovated historic home in south Tampa. Comfortable yet classy, industrial and vintage, On Swann is unique and trendy. On the menu, you'll find everything from shareable dishes like wings and flatbreads to entrees like sea bass and risotto. There's also a fantastic selection of cocktails and wines, as well as several vegan and vegetarian options. The pork chop is my personal favorite. For those with dietary restrictions, On Swann has something for everyone. Whether you're vegan, gluten-free, or lactose intolerant, the staff goes above and beyond to ensure that each diner enjoys a delicious and enjoyable meal. But that's not all — On Swann also has a unique game room. Here, you can play pool, darts, foosball, and other classic games. The unique ambiance of On Swann makes it an excellent spot for date night, as well as a great place to hang out with the girls.If you're looking for a chic stop for lunch or brunch in Tampa, look no further than Oxford Exchange! Located in a historic 19th-century building, Oxford Exchange is a beautiful and inspiring oasis of food, goods, and services. Dining-wise, guests can choose from breakfast, lunch, grab-and-go items, and espresso and tea beverages. The menu features dishes from hand-flipped trout and fried green tomato sandwiches to the mega-popular breakfast burrito. Dinner and a book are also available, you can order up some delectable red wine and a tasty dinner and browse their selection of books. Oxford Exchange's goods selection features gifts, books, and home decor. Whether you're looking for the perfect tea towel to give as a gift or a cozy candle to light up your own home, this eclectic selection is sure to satisfy you. Finally, Oxford Exchange offers signature cocktails, private dining and events, full-service catering, gift wrapping, and more. Whether you're looking for an enjoyable evening or a cool place to grab brunch, Oxford Exchange is the spot to go!Tampa, Florida, is a city that seamlessly blends history, culture, nature, and modernity, creating an enchanting tapestry that leaves a lasting impression on all who visit. With its warm climate, welcoming locals, and an array of attractions for every interest, Tampa promises an unforgettable experience for travelers seeking a perfect blend of relaxation, adventure, and cultural exploration. Plan your next getaway to Tampa and immerse yourself in the allure of this coastal gem in the heart of the Sunshine State!
Join John, Cam, and Jesse as we pull back the curtain on the Open Pike Night Stage and talk about something even more important than Star Trek: Strange New Worlds...Us!Send your voice hail to OPNSign up for the OPN NewsletterVisit our new website OpenPike.comPlease Check out our MerchSupport us on PatreonFollow @openpike on TwitterFollow OpenPike on InstagramFollow Openpike on Youtube
Curious about jazz? Ever wonder how musicians can learn so many songs by heart? Or are you one looking to expand your skill set? John Elliot has some ideas you might find interesting. He's the author of Insights in Jazz , which lays out a roadmap to learn over 200 jazz standard songs, along with a podcast of the same name. In this episode I interview John about his Lego bricks methodology for breaking down jazz songs into their atomic parts. An idea he developed himself when trying to play more with other musicians. We also touch upon what is jazz, and the differences in the genre. (0:00) - Introduction (4:08) - Learning for a Lifetime (21:36) - The Book and Method (28:12) - Defining Jazz (33:47) - The Divide Between Popular Music and Academia (40:04) - Breaking Down a Song into Chunks and Bricks (48:28) - The Form and Structure of Jazz Songs (52:54) - Transcribing and Learning Jazz Songs (57:11) - The Importance of Boredom and Inspiration (1:02:47) - The Positive Side of Technology (1:06:14) - The Method of Learning Jazz (1:11:35) - The Importance of Finding Your Passion (1:18:02) - The Lingua Franca of Jazz: B-Bop (1:24:09) - The Fundamentals of Expression Image generated by MidJourney
Support on PATREON!!!Thank you, Patrons! - Bellefonte Bricks Studio, Ryan Moore, Franco Portelli, Derek Graeff, Jimmy Tucker, Ryan S, DavidSee some of the designs I've built - REBRICKABLE.COMGet 10% off your order with code back2brick from a community dedicated to LEGOWLWYB.comDiscover The LEGO Group's Newest Modular Set and Explore the Natural History Museum - Bricking News Podcast Ep. 44.In this exciting episode of Bricking News, we dive into the world of LEGO with a stunning new modular set announcement from The LEGO Group. With over 4,000 pieces and even a dinosaur, this set promises a fantastic Saturday building experience. But that's not all - we've got the latest updates on upcoming sets for Mario, Jurassic Park, and Sonic, all in a single day!Plus, join us for a thrilling adventure as we take you on a virtual ride through the Pirates of the Caribbean with a working water ride that's just like the one at Disney World. There's so much more to explore, so don't miss out!Tune in to this week's episode for all the latest news and updates in the world of LEGO. Subscribe and stay up-to-date with Bricking News!SET REVIEW (affiliate link): 10270 BookshopTiny Plants - PreorderLargest LEGO StoreLEGO wedding time!BIG pumpkinbrick built homesThe Natural History MuseumJurrasic World setsGet your LEGO set displayed in a museum!Shadow Escapes!Minecraft 2024Super Mario 2024LEGO Succession remakePirate of the Caribbean rideSupport the showHave a question? Want to be a guest? Send me a email@example.comHead over to Back2Brick.com to follow all our blog posts!Support the podcast through our affiliate links AND join the Back 2 Brick Patreon!Back 2 Brick Podcast is not an affiliate nor endorsed by the LEGO Group.LEGO, the LEGO logo, the Minifigure, and the Brick and Knob configurations are trademarks of the LEGO Group of Companies. ©2023 The LEGO Group.
The best tips for entering the mass retail market with a product or brand. Host Michelle Thames and Jasmene Bowdry discuss the unique challenges of e-commerce and saturated markets. Learn how to set up and optimize your online store to get maximum conversions and how to use social media to build your brand and customer loyalty. At the intersection of fashion, styling, retail education and entrepreneurship, you'll only find one woman pairing it all like the perfect outfit: Jasmene Bowdry. This multi-passionate retail expert and style maven has made income, impact and influence her first, middle and last names for 15+ years. She honed her skills as a corporate retail buyer for industry titans like Tiffany & Co., Saks Fifth Avenue and Office Depot, overseeing over half a billion dollars in revenue — all while simultaneously building a stellar reputation as a fashion stylist. Her knack for dazzling audiences through the power of fashion and visual storytelling has led to an impressive list of costumer credits, including Creed III and Amazon Prime's series “Them.” While moguls and A-listers rely on her keen fashion sense, she doesn't reserve her talents exclusively for celebrities. Jasmene's luxury wardrobe styling services, Styled By Jas and Atlanta-based clothing boutique, SHIFT StyleHouse, ensure that women have access to signature pieces and closet must-haves that reflect their individual style. To learn how to get into mass retail, start and grow an e-commerce business like a Fortune 500 company, stack your wardrobe with confidence-boosting essentials or demystify the art of professional styling, visit Jasmene at jasmenebowdry.com/links to get started. WATCH ON YOUTUBE: https://youtu.be/90Z5zwSxGIQ--Jasmene's retail consultingJasmene's styling servicesCatch up on other podcast episodes on Apple and SpotifyWatch the Social Media Decoded Podcast on YouTubeFollow Michelle on InstagramJoin Michelle's Cashflow Queens Facebook groupLeave a review for Social Media Decoded Support the show
Hi everyone, and welcome back to the Couchaholics podcast. I'm your description writer, Jake. In this one, the boys celebrate national stout day as well as the marriage of our very own Tyler and Duke Moose! Along the way, we uncover what really gets Bricks nips hard, talk about the hardest hitting topics such as why you wouldn't tip a waiter or waitress, and listen to Mason recolect hoe he embarrassed himself at yet another wedding. It's definitely one you don't want to miss! Prost!Disclaimer: As fun as it is to kick back with friends and consume alcohol; The Couchaholics always condone drinking responsibly and never drink and drive... all of our opinions are our own, and don't reflect upon the quality of any particular brewery or business. This podcast contains explicit language.Beers featured in this episode:High Grain Brewing Co | Bourbon Barrel Oyster Stout | Oyster StoutGoose Island Beer Co. | Bourbon County Brand Stout 2022 | Imperial StoutEquilibrium Brewery | Almond Coffe Cloud | Imperial Pastry StoutBlue Earl Brewing (RIP) | Mojo Hands | Mocha Java Oatmeal Stout
Daniel discusses the pressures that the real estate sector is facing across the globe, what are the key drivers and when a turn in sentiment is likely.Speaker:Daniel Lam, Head of Equity Strategy, Standard Chartered BankFor more of our latest market insights, visit Market views on-the-go or subscribe to Standard Chartered Wealth Insights on YouTube.
Our heisting Kobolds find themselves trapped in a Beasty Burger with some aggressive security, how will they escape with the burgers of cheese! Debbie Devis - Pykul Pr0mythean - Tweek Kate O'Sullivan - Tryp, Ross Balch - Squeak, Ben Keirnan - DM/NPCs
Give us a call - 888-723-4630 Send us an email - firstname.lastname@example.org visit us at ebay.com/podcast Welcome to eBay for Business! This week, eBay Seller Mayumi Roehm, Manager of My-D Pins and Collectibles on eBay talks about their business outlets on eBay and in their shop in Anaheim outside of Disneyland, where they focus on Disney pins and other collectibles. Brian and Griff answer questions about how to send a buyers a label for returning an item sent in error, stacking shipping discounts on accepted Best Offers, and setting communications preferences for eBay marketing emails. To have your questions answered on our eBay for Business podcast, call us at 888 723-4630 or email us at email@example.com. To give us feedback, please take our podcast listener survey at (https://connect.ebay.com/srv/survey/a/sellerops.podcast) 00:01 - Intro 08:44 - Managing a Hybrid Online & Bricks & Mortar Shop 21:55 - Q&A and Outro New links for Ep 266 My-D Pins and Collectibles - https://www.ebay.com/str/mydpinsandcollectibles Communication Preferences - https://commspreferences.ebay.com/commsprefs Recurring Links / Phone Numbers / Hashtags Mentioned: 888-723-4630 - Call in Line eBay Seller News Announcements - ebay.com/announcements eBay Community - ebay.com/community eBay Weekly Community Chat - ebay.com/communitychat eBay Help - ebay.com/help/home eBay Meetups - ebay.com/meetups Managed Payments on eBay - ebay.com/payments eBay for Business Podcast - ebay.com/podcast eBay Seller Center - ebay.com/sellercenter eBay Seller Hub - ebay.com/sh eBay System Status - ebay.com/sts explore.ebay.com facebook.com/eBayForBusiness eBay for Business Podcast Listener Survey - https://connect.ebay.com/srv/survey/a/sellerops.podcast #ebaypodcast
Support on PATREON!!!Thank you, Patrons! - Bellefonte Bricks Studio, Ryan Moore, Franco Portelli, Derek Graeff, Jimmy Tucker, Ryan S, DavidSee some of the designs I've built - REBRICKABLE.COMGet 10% off your order with code back2brick from a community dedicated to LEGOWLWYB.comIn this week's episode, I had the pleasure of engaging in a conversation with Shane, also known as Brick.bucks, as he shared his remarkable journey as a LEGO investor. We delved into his experiences with LEGO and explored his mission to impart knowledge on how to invest money, time, and LEGO expertise into a lucrative venture. I gained a wealth of insights during our one-hour discussion, and I'm confident that you will too. Perhaps, it will even inspire you to embark on your own LEGO investment journey!Head over to Shane's YOUTUBE, INSTAGRAM, and PODCAST to learn how to invest in LEGO!Support the showHave a question? Want to be a guest? Send me a firstname.lastname@example.orgHead over to Back2Brick.com to follow all our blog posts!Support the podcast through our affiliate links AND join the Back 2 Brick Patreon!Back 2 Brick Podcast is not an affiliate nor endorsed by the LEGO Group.LEGO, the LEGO logo, the Minifigure, and the Brick and Knob configurations are trademarks of the LEGO Group of Companies. ©2023 The LEGO Group.
It's Week 9 of the college football season and Carla and Crappy are both wearing black. One of us likes black jerseys; the other one is in mourning. (We're willing to bet that you can guess who is who here.) Carla, though, is more than happy to talk about the chaos that was the ACC last weekend. She absolutely, definitely, under no circumstances however wants to talk about that other little football game … but somehow manages to talk about it pretty extensively anyway. Crappy, meanwhile, doesn't gloat too much about his Buckeyes, but is more than happy to gloat about his USC prediction. (Also, Iowa? You totally got screwed. We're sorry.) He's also thrilled to boast about the Cornell Big Red Bears and their huge win last week. After all of that, it's time to focus on what lies ahead. And we're on board with AJ's assessment of the #GroupOfFiveAfterDark games this week. There are some absolutely great games late in the day. So here's our advice: Sleep in. The 3:30 window is absolutely berserkers, and we have an amazing game to stay up way late for. Hit that snooze button Saturday morning and caffeinate accordingly. Let's go. No. 6 Oklahoma at Kansas (Big Nude, FOX): Can the Jayhawks actually do this? We give it a solid maybe. But they absolutely can put a scare in the Sooners. (See: UCF.) No. 1 Georgia vs. Florida (3:30 ET, CBS): No Brock Bowers for Georgia means the Dawgs are most definitely mortable here. Can the Gators … pounce? (Do Gators pounce? Is that a thing?) No. 8 Oregon at No. 13 Utah (3:30 ET, FOX): Two really great defenses on display in this one. This should be an absolutely fantastic game. Put it on the biggest screen possible. No. 20 Duke at No. 18 Louisville (3:30 ET, ESPN): The status of Riley Leonard has a huge impact on this game … as well as our predictions. See what we mean about that 3:30 window? Bonkers. But we're not done yet, because we add two more in our honorable mentions: BYU at No. 7 Texas (3:30 ET, ABC) and the Battle of the Bricks, Miami (OH) at Ohio (3:30 ET, CBSSN). Crappy's pumped for that latter one, for obvious reasons. Carla also offers a recommendation for Colorado at No. 23 UCLA (7:30 ET, ABC) because after that loaded mid-afternoon of football, we're all going to need something stupid to watch. And finally, don't miss the reason why we're all staying up late: As AJ would say, UNLV at Fresno State (10:30 ET, FS1) should be an absolute banger. So, there you have it. Get your sleep early and hang out with us starting at 3:30 on Saturday. Also, enjoy the last week of CUSAction – MACtion is back next week! We'll check in with yinz then. Cheers!
Some people collect stamps. Coins. Trading cards. And as you've heard on our show before, some people collect barf bags. Tiny chairs. Bricks. And some people's collections are a bit… darker. Today, come with me as I tour the John Zaffis Museum of the Paranormal in Stratford, CT, containing hundreds of objects that are suspected of being haunted. And find out what William Harder has learned about humanity by amassing one of the world's largest collections of art solely created by convicted murderers and serial killers. GUESTS: William Harder: Collector of artwork made by imprisoned serial killers John Zaffis: Paranormal investigator, nephew of famous paranormal investigators, Ed and Lorraine Warren, and owner of theJohn Zaffis Museum of the Paranormal in Stratford, Connecticut Support the show: https://www.wnpr.org/donateSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Support on PATREON!!!Thank you, Patrons! - Bellefonte Bricks Studio, Ryan Moore, Franco Portelli, Derek Graeff, Jimmy Tucker, Ryan S, DavidSee some of the designs I've built - REBRICKABLE.COMTune in on Monday for a special LEGO investor interview! Get ready for another thrilling episode of Bricking News! This week, LEGO transports us to the mystical sands of Arakkis with its latest release, the Royal Ornithopter set. Join us as we take a high-flying adventure over this exciting new addition to the LEGO universe.But that's not all; LEGO enthusiasts, listen up! We've scoured the LEGO landscape to bring you incredible discounts, from the beloved LEGO Ideas treehouse to this year's holiday advent calendars. It's the perfect time to expand your LEGO collection without breaking the bank.Join us in making a difference as we highlight a noble cause in this episode. Discover how you can support efforts to provide LEGO sets to underprivileged kids, spreading joy and creativity one brick at a time. It's a heartwarming story of the LEGO community coming together for a meaningful purpose.Don't miss a beat; tune in to this week's episode of Bricking News for all the LEGO news and excitement you crave. Subscribe, like, and share as we explore the endless possibilities with LEGO!SET REVIEW (affiliate link): 42230 Walt Disney Tribute CameraIdeas Treehouse Discount - Affiliate linkSteamboat WillieLEGO Avengers: Code Red TrailerLEGO Ornithopter - Pre-order linkCreations for Charity - Donate today!Bricktales Halloween DLC - TrailerAward-winning Braille Bricks - Purchase linkGalileo tribute GWPAir JordansCostco building tableLEGO sperm...LEGO education on vehicle safetyAdvent calendars discountedTrade in Your bricksAustralian couple go overboard!Support the showHave a question? Want to be a guest? Send me a email@example.comHead over to Back2Brick.com to follow all our blog posts!Support the podcast through our affiliate links AND join the Back 2 Brick Patreon!Back 2 Brick Podcast is not an affiliate nor endorsed by the LEGO Group.LEGO, the LEGO logo, the Minifigure, and the Brick and Knob configurations are trademarks of the LEGO Group of Companies. ©2023 The LEGO Group.
On this episode We want the Bricks! (CFB Week 9 & NFL Week 8) Segment 1 CFB Week 9 Big Game Previews (OKLAHOMA @ KANSAS GEORGIA VS FLORIDA OREGON @ UTAH DUKE @ LOUISVILLE MIAMI OHIO @ OHIO OHIO STATE @ WISCONSIN UNLV @ FRESNO STATE) & then our Good Game Guide (quickly running through the rest of the notable games on the schedule) Segment 2 NFL Week 8 Big Game Previews (BUCCANEERS @ BILLS JAGUARS @ STEELERS @ SEAHAWKS BENGALS @ 49ERS) & then we'll quickly run through the rest of the schedule Segment 3 LOCKS (Gambling Plays & Advice) Segment 4 RACIN' NASCAR (Homestead recap, NASCAR Playoffs Round of 8 update & Martinsville Preview/Race Picks & Champ 4 selections) F1 (US GP recap, Mexico GP Preview/Picks) RATE REVIEW SUBSCRIBE! Follow the show on X @podcockpeacast & Facebook also @ PodCock PeaCast, Available on Apple Podcast, Spotify, Amazon Music, Google Podcast & the rest of the major & minor podcast platforms!!! Finally enjoy your listen!!!! A semiprofessional sports podcast that may or may not have a gambling problem, we will touch some entertainment subjects as well & elements of general tomfoolery, also it may have a witty moment or two along the way. X @podcockpeacast Facebook PodCock PeaCast --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/podcock-peacast/message
In 2012, LEGO made a commitment to make all of their bricks out of sustainable materials by 2030, just in time for the company's 100th anniversary. As Tim Guy Brooks, LEGO's head of environmental responsibility said, “We can't say we inspire and develop the builders of tomorrow if we're ruining the planet.” The company has been willing to invest and experiment, but a solution continues to elude them. Corn-based bricks were too soft and wheat-based ones didn't look right. Bricks made from other materials proved too hard to pull apart or lost their grip, known as “clutch power” in the LEGO community. Partnerships with companies across industries have failed to generate viable options, and all the while LEGO has been dogged by criticism from environmental groups like Greenpeace and advocates for food production. Will LEGO achieve their sustainability objectives? In this week's Dial P for Procurement, Kelly Barner traces LEGO's push towards plant-based materials as a way of studying the challenges of finding a way even when there is a will: How their current sustainability efforts serve as a continuation of the history and overall philosophy of the company What LEGO has achieved to date, and what options have been eliminated as viable possibilities along the way The criticism and negative publicity the company has received, and how it has increased their already elevated sense of urgency Links: Kelly Barner on LinkedIn Dial P for Procurement on AOP Subscribe to This Week in Procurement
This podcast goes into depth on the controversyand background of the “Pile of Bricks” piece byCarl Andre. We discuss the historical context,the meaning, and the symbolism around it. Michael,Gabriella, and Camilla all share opinions on howthey think the Pile of Brick controversy affected (atthe time) modern-day thinking of “what is art?”
The Battle of the Bricks. One of the oldest rivalries in college football takes place Saturday. Which side will the guys be on? Find out on this episode of Cash the Ticket today. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
On this extra spooky episode of For Flux Sake, the gang talk about flame ware, the best length of time to mix casting slip, and fast firing manual kilns. They also share a mysterious tale about the blood bricks of Boston. If you have a ceramic chemistry problem you'd like help with, send us a voice memo with your question to firstname.lastname@example.org. Today's episode is brought to you by: AMACO Brent www.amaco.com The Rosenfield Collection of Functional Ceramic Art www.Rosenfieldcollection.com. The Bray www.archiebray.org Hello For Flux Sake Listeners! Until the end of November, we are offering a 25% discount on our beginner glaze workshop - Glaze of Our Lives. This is one of our on-demand workshops that help people learn about what glazes are, and how they really work. We answer the questions you've always wondered about and smash the ceramic myths you may have been told. Head over to www.ceramicmaterialsworkshop.com and use promo code - forfluxsake (all one word)- at time of check out to receive the 25% discount. Check it out and don't forget to keep on test, test, testing!
Susan Jadlos grew up in Troy and returned after a 20 year hiatus. She has been fascinated by the Troy landscape, and she will be exhibiting photographs, a book, and collages at the exhibition opening at Collar City Mushroom that will take place on Nov. 11 at 4pm.
Real estate investment is a popular wealth growth and passive income strategy, but what's it like in one of the most prime cities in the world?Welcome to the 94th episode of The Growth Booth Podcast, a show focused on supporting budding entrepreneurs and established business owners alike, towards achieving lifestyle freedom through building successful online businesses.Aidan is joined once again by Manhattan real estate property expert Wei Min Tan to talk about the lucrative property market in Manhattan, and how much one can expect to grow in investments when diving into this market armed with the essential know-hows.Whether you're looking for step-by-step strategies to start building an online business, simple game plans to grow your business, or proven lifestyle freedom frameworks, you're in the right place.Stay tuned and be sure to join the thousands of listeners already in growth mode!Timestamps:00:00 Intro03:50 Interest in Manhattan Market13:40 His First Transaction15:45 Negotiation17:08 Buyer's Market & Seller's Market21:00 Episode Sponsor22:01 Long-term Investments in Manhattan26:09 What Makes The Manhattan Market Unique28:45 Recommendations for First-Time Buyers36:50 Most Common Risks44:22 Real Estate Legacy47:01 Final Tips52:07 OutroLinks and Resources Mentioned:Cartzy - https://thegrowthbooth.com/cartzyStreetEasy – https://streeteasy.com/ Castle-Avenue – https://www.castle-avenue.com/ Zillow - https://www.zillow.com/ Trulia - https://www.trulia.com/ About Our Host:Aidan Booth is passionate about lifestyle freedom and has focused on building online businesses to achieve this since 2005. From affiliate marketing to eCommerce, small business marketing to SAAS (software as a service), online education to speaking at seminars, the journey has been a rollercoaster ride with plenty of thrills along the way. Aidan is proud to have helped thousands of entrepreneurs earn their first dollar online, and coached many people to build million-dollar businesses. Aidan and his business partner (Steven Clayton) are the #1 ranked vendors on Clickbank.com, and sell their products in over 100 countries globally, as well as in 20,000+ stores across the USA, to generate 8-figures annually.Away from the online world, Aidan is a proud Dad of two young kids, an avid investor, a swimming enthusiast, and a nomadic traveler. Let's Connect!● Visit the website: https://thegrowthbooth.com/ ● Follow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aidanboothonline ● Let's connect on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/aidanboothonline/ ● Subscribe to our YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/TheGrowthBooth Thanks for tuning in! Please don't forget to like, share, and subscribe!
In this episode students investigate the qualitiesthat separate works of art from everyday objectsthrough a comprehensive analysis of Carl Andres“equivalent VIII” more commonly known as “Pileof Bricks” Through a review of what led to theintense criticism and rejection this contemporarywork faced, and the factors that aided in its riseand influence on the art world, a more clearunderstanding of what constitutes art can bereached.
This podcast episode dives deep into the qualifications of art. How does one identify art? We analyze Carl Andre's work "Equivalent VIII" to answer this question. Luis, Megan, and Dianelys provide their thoughts and opinion on the matter.
We look at how the DNR is balancing tribal traditions with science in its wolf management. Then, we hear from a Milwaukee judge who was part of the first generation of kids desegregating a southern school district. We learn how an augmented reality training tool can help people treat concussions. Plus, we look at Milwaukee's history with Cream City brick.
An announcement, an explanation, and a release tie this ModChat episode together! First the latest Analogue offering teased is discussed, this being the Analogue 3D, an upcoming N64 based clone console. Switch owners who might have had their console modded at any point in time (whether they know it or not) might have been experiencing some unfortunate bricks updating to the latest 17.0.0 system firmware. Thankfully SciresM comes in with a fix AND an explanation to explain exactly how and why these bricks were happening. Finally, J-Runner with Extras gets a fork with the release of DirtyPico360. This is a firmware for the Raspberry Pi Pico which allows anyone using a glitch chip to program it with the Raspberry Pi Pico, benefitting costs and accessibility for anyone looking to modify an Xbox 360.
Support on PATREON!!!Thank you, Patrons! - Bellefonte Bricks Studio, Ryan Moore, Franco Portelli, Derek Graeff, Jimmy Tucker, Ryan S, DavidCome see some of the designs I've built - REBRICKABLE.COMLEGO had an amazing VIP weekend for some people, and some people just have to wait for Black Friday! This week was the 100th anniversary of the Walt Disney Company and LEGO is helping to celebrate with a fun gift with purchase. More leaked images of the Avengers Tower and some fun horror posters you can get over at the VIP Rewards Center!SET REVIEW (affiliate link): 21248 The Pumpkin FarmBlack FridayUCS Star Wars 30% off!Steamboat WillieCalifornia Brick ChicksLEGO = DisneyInside Tour 2024 - LINK TO APPLYInside Tour 2023 EPISODE LINKStar Wars Visual DictionaryWhy another Yoda?Tennesse LEGO robbersAvengers Tower leaksHorror posters!Fan-designed Bricklink sets2K drive carLEGO Lofi Girl ContestLEGO Ideas Round 2 in reviewGet your Christmas wishlist!?Ninjago travels to IndiaGotham city rumorSonic Nintendo contestCardboard minifig pack discussionSupport the showHave a question? Want to be a guest? Send me a email@example.comCheck my pages outBack 2 Brick Links!Back 2 Brick Podcast is not an affiliate nor endorsed by the LEGO Group.LEGO, the LEGO logo, the Minifigure, and the Brick and Knob configurations are trademarks of the LEGO Group of Companies. ©2023 The LEGO Group.
In today's Talmud page, Kiddushin 60, we hear the story of one hundred men who each betroth themselves to the same woman, each setting different time periods as conditions for their betrothal, and thus allowing space for the other men to attempt betrothal. In order to better understand this idea of the failures of each of these men in their betrothal attempt, we are joined by Arynne Wexler who shares her essay the “Freedom to Fail”. What can our experience of the Jewish holidays teach us about failure? Listen and find out. Like the show? Subscribe to our weekly newsletter. Send us a note at firstname.lastname@example.org. Follow us on Twitter at @takeonedafyomi and join the conversation in the Take One Facebook group. Take One is a Tablet Studios production. The show is hostedby Liel Leibovitz, and is produced and edited by Darone Ruskay, Quinn Waller and Elie Bleier. Our team also includes Satephanie Butnick, Josh Kross, Robert Scaramuccia, and Tanya Singer. Check out all of Tablet's podcasts at tabletmag.com/podcasts.