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Cadillac Jack - My Second Act
When have you ever gotten lumber?

Cadillac Jack - My Second Act

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2021 60:28


Donna is still getting herself hyped up for the SEC Championship this weekend, this time with an offer to become the local lumberjack. But there's some doubt over whether or not Donna actually knows what lumber is. You learn something new every episode of the Cadillac Jack: My Second Act Podcast.  PT is back, where the hell has he been? Caddy tells us what he's missed most about radio, spoiler alert: it's you. Last week Caddy tried to put high schoolers in an active intersection, don't worry nobody got hurt. Then we add plenty of songs to the Spotify Hype Song Playlist before closing with another edition of Dear Preston. What cover band would you most want to be stranded with? Let us know. 7704646024.

Land Academy Show
Affordable Housing vs. Affordable Cadillac Escalades (HA 1645)

Land Academy Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 13:38


Learn More About House Academy Here Affordable Housing vs. Affordable Cadillac Escalades (HA 1645) Transcript: Steven Jack Butala:Steven and Jill here. Jill DeWit:Hi. Steven Jack Butala:Welcome to the Land Academy Show, House Academy Show today. Entertaining real estate investment talk. I'm Steven Jack Butala. Jill DeWit:And I'm Jill DeWit, broadcasting from the Valley of the Sun. Steven Jack Butala:Today, Jill and I talk about affordable housing versus affordable Cadillac Escalades. Jill DeWit:Do you know before we start, I would like to follow up with something from yesterday, because I'm sure you are dying to know. I checked on Milli Vanilli, and let me tell you what happened here. In case you weren't sure, they were German-French R&B band from Munich founded in 1988. So what all happened everyone? Well, here it is. In July of 1989, they were doing fantastic by the way. I liked them, who didn't like them? Steven Jack Butala:Me. Jill DeWit:Okay well. But it was fun, easy to dance to, good music, right? Well, what happened was, they were on stage during an MTV concert and there was something wrong during the audio course. And they found out that they were lip syncing is how it all went down. And I will have to say too, one of them is still with us. One passed on and they actually performed in July of 2021 at some kind of a festival. And if you really want to know how it all panned out, the one, I will tell you, the net worth of the one who is still with us. I don't know his name here. But anyway, the one that's still with us. Oh, Fab Morvan. His net worth is, ready for this, everyone? And you decide if this worked out. $250,000. Not a million. $250,000. Steven Jack Butala:Oh my gosh. Jill DeWit:I know, bless his heart. Steven Jack Butala:I don't know how they know that, but. Jill DeWit:I know. He lives in France. Well, it's expensive in France. So anyway. Steven Jack Butala:I don't usually say stuff like this, but we have cars worth more than that. Jill DeWit:Yeah. Anyway, that's the update from yesterday. I thought that was funny. Steven Jack Butala:Oh, before we get into it, let's take a question posted by one of our members on the LandInvestors.com online community. It's free. And don't forget to subscribe on the Land Academy, YouTube channel and comment on the shows you like. Jill DeWit:Charlie wrote, "I was told today the buyer and seller can use different title companies for the same transaction. Is this right? It came up because I want to use a title company that I bought the property with. But the seller requested a different one." Excuse me. "Anyone ever done this? I guess they're saying, do the title work with their escrow company and use mine for escrow slash closing." I wouldn't do this. Okay. So here's the scoop. Can I cover this? Steven Jack Butala:Yeah. Jill DeWit:Alright. Steven Jack Butala:Because, in all my years- Jill DeWit:[crosstalk 00:03:00]. Steven Jack Butala:All my years I've never heard of this. It's not like real estate agency. Jill DeWit:No, you don't. This is not how it goes. You're going to be paying double. If you're hiring. Because if you think you're using their title company for all the work and then your title company's doing something else. They're just acting as your transaction coordinator or doing double. Usually they're just going to go, "What?". They're going to go, "Why are you talking to me?". Steven Jack Butala:I think the answer to this is no. Jill DeWit:Right. [crosstalk 00:03:24] Steven Jack Butala:So everything else that Jill says after this is just information. In a good way. Not in a bad way. She's explaining why. But let's answer the question. Jill DeWit:No. Steven Jack Butala:No you don't ever really have two escrow and title companies. Jill DeWit:No, but let me clarify something, because I think this is where this gets confusing. What I do is I'm going to buy a property with tile insurance. And if I can get a hold open clause or carryover policy,

House Academy Show
Affordable Housing vs. Affordable Cadillac Escalades (HA 1645)

House Academy Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 13:38


Affordable Housing vs. Affordable Cadillac Escalades (HA 1645)

Games We Don't Play
Your Genetics Caused Thanksgiving

Games We Don't Play

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 153:46


Welcome to Cadillac on Mars!  This month Chaufie, Delvin and Tayrel are joined the be infamous Mike Fowler @MikeFowler93 of Fuck Mike Fowler fame and The CuznCiseal Show.  We talk about movies, TV, Comics, Games, Thanksgiving and End of the Year Highlights and What's up with that. Shaun was invited but he probably had enough of me since we kicked it at his crib for Thanksgiving and will be meeting up at C2E2. If you want to chime in with a comment or questions, you can reach us mostly on Twitter at @CadillacOnMars.   Also, chat with Chaufie @ElChaufie  Devlin at @delvin_cox, Tayrel @TAYREL713 and Shaun at @ETMFpodcast

Cadillac Jack - My Second Act
You can't flip a car with bare hands.

Cadillac Jack - My Second Act

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 50:02


Everyone is on the hunt for tickets to this weekend's SEC Championship Game, and Donna has put together her pitch to take your extra ticket. She'll be a very nice guest, but a car may get flipped. You're elite, or you're nothing.  We've got a new word that we can all learn that will undoubtedly make us more self-conscious: cheugy. Then Caddy has a new parenting tip on keeping your car smelling clean on the mountain roads. We venture across the pond for some drama with the Royal Family, before coming back home to cover the drama in Caddy and Donna's own neighborhood. And finally we close with a little laugh from Fortune Feimster. What was your damage for Cyber Monday? Let us know. Call or Text 7704646024.

MTR Podcasts
Jon Bregel

MTR Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2021 39:30


Jon Bregel is a multidisciplinary filmmaker and photographer located in Baltimore, MD. He is also the founder and photographer of BaltimoreSmall.com, a media platform that gives voices to small businesses and nonprofits through photography and storytelling.Jon tends to have a very hands-on approach which has led him to Direct, DP, and Executive Produce branded content for clients such as; Nike, Audi, National Geographic, Cadillac, ACLU, Samsung, Pfizer, Gap, Tiffany & Co., and many more. Jon's films have earned him Thirteen Vimeo Staff Picks, and has been featured in Adweek, Huffington Post and Gizmodo and awarded at Cannes Lion, AICP, Adweek ARC Awards, LIA, Clio, Webby, Shorty, One Show, Creativity, PDN and Spikes Asia..Jon's heart for connecting deeply with people keeps him rooted in his Baltimore community, while also giving him opportunities to travel around the world capturing humanity at large.★ Support this podcast ★

Cadillac Jack - My Second Act
Leftover American Pie

Cadillac Jack - My Second Act

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2021 46:25


It's a few days after Thanksgiving, and just like you we're moving slow here on the My Second Act podcast. So here's the promised Turkey Day special episode. It's full of leftovers, Swifties and two roasted birds. Trust me- it really is better the day after. 

Cadillac Jack - My Second Act
Turkey Day Preview: One dead bird and a loaf of bread.

Cadillac Jack - My Second Act

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 3:38


"Hmmm. Looks pretty good to us...." We wanted to spend a day with our family, just like you. So there's no episode today. Or, is there? How about you just try the bangers and mash and find out.   From us, and Carl, and Preston, and Bun, have a great Thanksgiving. 

The Royal PalmCast
You Can Negotiate Anything: Josh Cadillac (Best of TRP)

The Royal PalmCast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 42:10


While we're away for Thanksgiving, we think you'll enjoy this classic episode of TRP, which was originally released on 1/27/21.Can you really negotiate anything? Yes, you can, and you can WIN, says real estate educator Josh Cadillac. In this episode, Josh details proven techniques for Realtors® who want to achieve the best results for their clients. When negotiating price (of anything) for example, he recommends alerting the other party that you are working under the constraints of a budget. Another technique involves pointing out that you are restricted by policy in your negotiations — and you won't believe his example for how you can do just that! Part 1 of 3 shows with Josh. Host: Jim Sanville. Producer: Jerry Johnson. 

The Photo Banter
Travis Carroll

The Photo Banter

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 67:12


On today's podcast I speak with photographer Travis Carroll. Travis is a commercial photographer based in Kansas City, Missouri where he has worked with clients such as Bose, Energizer, Gatorade, and Cadillac to name a few. In this interview I speak to Travis about his passion for automotive photography, working as a retoucher, and how he made the transition from assisting to shooting full time. I've gotten to know Travis over the last year and really respect the passion and attention to detail he brings to his work so I was excited to get him on the podcast so I hope you enjoy and thanks for listening! www.carrolltravis.com @_chravis

Cadillac Jack - My Second Act
Have you always lacked empathy?

Cadillac Jack - My Second Act

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 41:22


Donna's got a horrific injury, Caddy can't really be bothered to care. It's a bit of the theme of this episode as our favorite podding couple works through the week's entertainment news and trends.  We're in need of clean needles to fulfill Donna's dream, not that kind of dream. It's kind of amazing what you could get away with at UGA if you didn't need to study so hard. Then, in honor of thanksgiving we're revisiting an all-time great SNL skit: The Back Home Baller. Adele has given us a lot of feelings lately, and we close with an update on the new COVID-19 guidance. Want to get in touch with Caddy? Call or text 7704646024.

Cadillac Jack - My Second Act
RED (Caddy's Version)

Cadillac Jack - My Second Act

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2021 54:01


Well we are a music and entertainment podcast after all. If you've moved away from Earth and live on Mars, you may have not noticed that Taylor Swift re-released her critically acclaimed RED album. Caddy and Donna have thoughts, you don't want to miss it.  Before we even get going, the opener here concerning Eric Church is not for the light-hearted. We begin with a recap of Caddy's trip back home. He found some things you'll see in this weekend's “Letter.” Then, Caddy gives an update on his new radio adventure, including how you can tune in. Good news, Beyonce is back! You can hear her on the Spotify Hype Song Playlist. And then we close with a very special pod peed. Want to get in touch? Call or text 7704646024.

SPOTLIGHT Radio Network
Tony Young, Owner – Young Chevrolet Cadillac Buick GMC in Owosso

SPOTLIGHT Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 8:30


Cadillac Jack - My Second Act
Re-Upload: CMA Awards 2021

Cadillac Jack - My Second Act

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 43:48


We're giving Caddy a small break today with a shorter episode than usual. We've got a little bit of added fun to the episode we released this past Saturday on the CMA awards, enjoy!  We begin with a “who's hot, who's not” segment from Donna. Then Caddy gives a brief history of the CMA's before we dive into the events of the night. Then we bring in industry legend Steve Mitchell to cover the night's controversies. From Mickey Guyton to the Osborne brothers, there's plenty to talk about from this year's awards. Have thoughts? Call or text 7704646024.

The Get Around Podcast
The Get Around Episode 196 — Suttons Bay's Shawn Bramer & Brayden Opie

The Get Around Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 64:52


The Hook and the Ladder — Suttons Bay's Brayden Opie and Shawn Bramer — stop by the studio to chat with the guys about their exciting state semifinal win over Rudyard. Brendan, James and Andrew also break down the upcoming state finals for volleyball with Traverse City Christian and Cadillac vying for a spot in Battle Creek. The Get Around trio also talk about Traverse City Central and Traverse City St. Francis as they continue on in the football playoffs.

Cadillac Jack - My Second Act
Special Edition: CMA Awards 2021

Cadillac Jack - My Second Act

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2021 40:01


We've got a special edition of the Cadillac Jack: My Second Act podcast covering the 2021 CMA Awards. You don't want to miss it.  We begin with a “who's hot, who's not” segment from Donna. Then Caddy gives a brief history of the CMA's before we dive into the events of the night. Then we bring in industry legend Steve Mitchell to cover the night's controversies. From Mickey Guyton to the Osborne brothers, there's plenty to talk about from this year's awards. Have thoughts? Call or text 7704646024.

Roadie Free Radio
224: CADILLAC TRAMPS | HELL ON WHEELS | SPECIAL SERIES

Roadie Free Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 5:01


Every Friday I'll be reading a chapter out of this book; HELL ON WHEELS: A tour Stories Compilation by GREG JACOBS. This weeks story is about the band CADILLAC TRAMPS. Subscribe to the podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/roadie-free-radio/id1115332289 Buy the book: https://amzn.to/3mcVWNc One of One Productions: https://www.oneofoneproductions.com/ Support a ROADIE HERE: http://www.roadiefreeradio.com/merch/ (A percentage of the sales goes to Musicares.org or Roadiecare.com) GEAR USED (Yes, these are affiliate links!) Lewitt LCT 440 Pure Microphone: https://one-of-one-productions.myshopify.com/products/lewitt-lct-440-broadcast-ready-microphone?_pos=1&_sid=928392802&_ss=r Focusrite 2i2 Scarlett Interface: https://amzn.to/2XSu0Wc Canon M50 MKii: https://amzn.to/3kJt7YZ Sigma 16mm EF-M Lens: https://amzn.to/3AQGo7Q More Affiliate links: Create ‘n Cast Bundle from SHURE & Focusrite: https://amzn.to/2LTUTTv The camera CAGE I use: http://amzn.to/2fWUwI2 My DESKTOP mixer: https://amzn.to/39yiSzZ BEST FIELD recorder: http://amzn.to/2wfzCYI My FAVORITE mic stands: http://amzn.to/2xnBn6d

Cadillac Jack - My Second Act
Off the Digigames and on the Dogeytrain.

Cadillac Jack - My Second Act

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 50:16


Is that title written in english? Yes but it definitely requires some explanation. In short, Donna is about to bankrupt the entire Appen Podcast Network. Just another day on the Cadillac Jack: My Second Act Podcast.  We open the show this week by thanking all of our veterans for their service and sacrifice. We preview some CMA drama, more to come in our special episode dropping in your podcast feed this Saturday. In some post COVID news, Santa's are back and they're raking it in. Then we continue the conversation on Keith Urban and the early days of his career. And finally, ghost kitchens really are scary and Adele is back in the news. As Donna said, do you have any Shibanudigiduda? Call or text 7704646024.

Windows Weekly (Video HI)
WW 750: The Cadillac Cimarron of PCs - Windows 11 SE, Surface Laptop SE, .NET 6

Windows Weekly (Video HI)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 115:16


Windows 11 SE, Surface Laptop SE, .NET 6 Microsoft introduces Windows 11 SE, new $250 Surface Laptop SE for the education market Microsoft Announces $249 Surface Laptop SE for Education Windows + Microsoft 365 Announcing Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 22499 | Windows Insider Blog Another Brick in the Wall (Premium) Microsoft to Kill OneDrive for Windows 7, 8, 8.1 in Early 2022 Apple Finally Targets Small Businesses Developer Microsoft makes Visual Studio 2022 and .NET 6 generally available Microsoft is folding Channel 9 into its Learn portal Xbox Microsoft Announces Xbox 20th Anniversary Event Forza Horizon 5 is Now Available Forza Horizon 5 is Biggest-Ever Xbox Game Studios Release Tips and picks Tip of the week: Black Friday App pick of the week: Mozilla Firefox Enterprise pick of the week: Teams and Workplace (by Meta) team up Codename pick of the week: Hailey and Vivian Beer pick of the week: Talea Overnight Oats Hosts: Leo Laporte, Mary Jo Foley, and Paul Thurrott Download or subscribe to this show at https://twit.tv/shows/windows-weekly Get episodes ad-free with Club TWiT at https://twit.tv/clubtwit Check out Paul's blog at thurrott.com Check out Mary Jo's blog at AllAboutMicrosoft.com The Windows Weekly theme music is courtesy of Carl Franklin. Sponsors: wwt.com/twit hover.com/twit business.eset.com/twit

Windows Weekly (MP3)
WW 750: The Cadillac Cimarron of PCs - Windows 11 SE, Surface Laptop SE, .NET 6

Windows Weekly (MP3)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 114:43


Windows 11 SE, Surface Laptop SE, .NET 6 Microsoft introduces Windows 11 SE, new $250 Surface Laptop SE for the education market Microsoft Announces $249 Surface Laptop SE for Education Windows + Microsoft 365 Announcing Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 22499 | Windows Insider Blog Another Brick in the Wall (Premium) Microsoft to Kill OneDrive for Windows 7, 8, 8.1 in Early 2022 Apple Finally Targets Small Businesses Developer Microsoft makes Visual Studio 2022 and .NET 6 generally available Microsoft is folding Channel 9 into its Learn portal Xbox Microsoft Announces Xbox 20th Anniversary Event Forza Horizon 5 is Now Available Forza Horizon 5 is Biggest-Ever Xbox Game Studios Release Tips and picks Tip of the week: Black Friday App pick of the week: Mozilla Firefox Enterprise pick of the week: Teams and Workplace (by Meta) team up Codename pick of the week: Hailey and Vivian Beer pick of the week: Talea Overnight Oats Hosts: Leo Laporte, Mary Jo Foley, and Paul Thurrott Download or subscribe to this show at https://twit.tv/shows/windows-weekly Get episodes ad-free with Club TWiT at https://twit.tv/clubtwit Check out Paul's blog at thurrott.com Check out Mary Jo's blog at AllAboutMicrosoft.com The Windows Weekly theme music is courtesy of Carl Franklin. Sponsors: wwt.com/twit hover.com/twit business.eset.com/twit

All TWiT.tv Shows (MP3)
Windows Weekly 750: The Cadillac Cimarron of PCs

All TWiT.tv Shows (MP3)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 114:43


Windows 11 SE, Surface Laptop SE, .NET 6 Microsoft introduces Windows 11 SE, new $250 Surface Laptop SE for the education market Microsoft Announces $249 Surface Laptop SE for Education Windows + Microsoft 365 Announcing Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 22499 | Windows Insider Blog Another Brick in the Wall (Premium) Microsoft to Kill OneDrive for Windows 7, 8, 8.1 in Early 2022 Apple Finally Targets Small Businesses Developer Microsoft makes Visual Studio 2022 and .NET 6 generally available Microsoft is folding Channel 9 into its Learn portal Xbox Microsoft Announces Xbox 20th Anniversary Event Forza Horizon 5 is Now Available Forza Horizon 5 is Biggest-Ever Xbox Game Studios Release Tips and picks Tip of the week: Black Friday App pick of the week: Mozilla Firefox Enterprise pick of the week: Teams and Workplace (by Meta) team up Codename pick of the week: Hailey and Vivian Beer pick of the week: Talea Overnight Oats Hosts: Leo Laporte, Mary Jo Foley, and Paul Thurrott Download or subscribe to this show at https://twit.tv/shows/windows-weekly Get episodes ad-free with Club TWiT at https://twit.tv/clubtwit Check out Paul's blog at thurrott.com Check out Mary Jo's blog at AllAboutMicrosoft.com The Windows Weekly theme music is courtesy of Carl Franklin. Sponsors: wwt.com/twit hover.com/twit business.eset.com/twit

All TWiT.tv Shows (Video LO)
Windows Weekly 750: The Cadillac Cimarron of PCs

All TWiT.tv Shows (Video LO)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 115:16


Windows 11 SE, Surface Laptop SE, .NET 6 Microsoft introduces Windows 11 SE, new $250 Surface Laptop SE for the education market Microsoft Announces $249 Surface Laptop SE for Education Windows + Microsoft 365 Announcing Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 22499 | Windows Insider Blog Another Brick in the Wall (Premium) Microsoft to Kill OneDrive for Windows 7, 8, 8.1 in Early 2022 Apple Finally Targets Small Businesses Developer Microsoft makes Visual Studio 2022 and .NET 6 generally available Microsoft is folding Channel 9 into its Learn portal Xbox Microsoft Announces Xbox 20th Anniversary Event Forza Horizon 5 is Now Available Forza Horizon 5 is Biggest-Ever Xbox Game Studios Release Tips and picks Tip of the week: Black Friday App pick of the week: Mozilla Firefox Enterprise pick of the week: Teams and Workplace (by Meta) team up Codename pick of the week: Hailey and Vivian Beer pick of the week: Talea Overnight Oats Hosts: Leo Laporte, Mary Jo Foley, and Paul Thurrott Download or subscribe to this show at https://twit.tv/shows/windows-weekly Get episodes ad-free with Club TWiT at https://twit.tv/clubtwit Check out Paul's blog at thurrott.com Check out Mary Jo's blog at AllAboutMicrosoft.com The Windows Weekly theme music is courtesy of Carl Franklin. Sponsors: wwt.com/twit hover.com/twit business.eset.com/twit

Radio Leo (Audio)
Windows Weekly 750: The Cadillac Cimarron of PCs

Radio Leo (Audio)

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 114:43


Windows 11 SE, Surface Laptop SE, .NET 6 Microsoft introduces Windows 11 SE, new $250 Surface Laptop SE for the education market Microsoft Announces $249 Surface Laptop SE for Education Windows + Microsoft 365 Announcing Windows 11 Insider Preview Build 22499 | Windows Insider Blog Another Brick in the Wall (Premium) Microsoft to Kill OneDrive for Windows 7, 8, 8.1 in Early 2022 Apple Finally Targets Small Businesses Developer Microsoft makes Visual Studio 2022 and .NET 6 generally available Microsoft is folding Channel 9 into its Learn portal Xbox Microsoft Announces Xbox 20th Anniversary Event Forza Horizon 5 is Now Available Forza Horizon 5 is Biggest-Ever Xbox Game Studios Release Tips and picks Tip of the week: Black Friday App pick of the week: Mozilla Firefox Enterprise pick of the week: Teams and Workplace (by Meta) team up Codename pick of the week: Hailey and Vivian Beer pick of the week: Talea Overnight Oats Hosts: Leo Laporte, Mary Jo Foley, and Paul Thurrott Download or subscribe to this show at https://twit.tv/shows/windows-weekly Get episodes ad-free with Club TWiT at https://twit.tv/clubtwit Check out Paul's blog at thurrott.com Check out Mary Jo's blog at AllAboutMicrosoft.com The Windows Weekly theme music is courtesy of Carl Franklin. Sponsors: wwt.com/twit hover.com/twit business.eset.com/twit

Founders
The General and the Genius: Groves and Oppenheimer—The Unlikely Partnership that Built the Atom Bomb

Founders

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 32:36


What I learned from reading The General and the Genius: Groves and Oppenheimer—The Unlikely Partnership that Built the Atom Bomb by James Kunetka. Sign up to listen to the rest of this episode and get lifetime access to every full episode. You will: Immediately unlock 223 full length episodes that are available no where else.Get access to every future episode for free.Learn from history's greatest entrepreneurs and apply their ideas to your work.Tap this link on a mobile device so you can install your private podcast feed into your favorite podcast player. It takes less than 29 seconds to set up. You will learn the key insights from biographies on Steve Jobs, Elon Musk, John D. Rockefeller, Coco Chanel, Andrew Carnegie, Enzo Ferrari, Estee Lauder, Jeff Bezos, Warren Buffett, Charlie Munger, Phil Knight, Joseph Pulitzer, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Alexander Graham Bell, Bill Gates, P.T. Barnum, Edwin Land, Henry Ford, Walter Chrysler, Thomas Edison, David Ogilvy, Ben Franklin, Howard Hughes, George Lucas, Levi Strauss, Walt Disney and so many more. You will learn from the founders of Nike, Patagonia, Apple, Microsoft, Hershey, General Motors, Ford, Standard Oil, Polaroid, Home Depot, MGM, Intel, Federal Express, Wal Mart, JP Morgan, Chrysler, Cadillac, Oracle, Hyundai, Seagram, Berkshire Hathaway, Teledyne, Adidas, Les Schwab, Renaissance Technologies, IKEA, Sony, Ferrari, and so many more. WHAT OTHER PEOPLE ARE SAYING:“Without a doubt, the highest value-to-cost ratio I've taken advantage of in the last year is the Founders podcast premium feed. Tap into eons of knowledge and experiences, condensed into digestible portions. Highly, highly recommend. “Uniquely outstanding. No fluff and all substance. David does an outstanding job summarizing these biographies and hones in on the elements that make his subjects so unique among entrepreneurs. I particularly enjoy that he focuses on both the founder's positive and negative characteristics as a way of highlighting things to mimic and avoid.”“I just paid for my first premium podcast subscription for Founders podcast. Learning from those who came before us is one of the highest value ways to invest time. David does his homework and exponentially improves my efficiency by focusing on the most valuable lessons.”“I haven't found a better return on my time and money than your podcast for inspiration and time-tested wisdom to help me on my journey.“I've now listened to every episode. From this knowledge I've doubled my business to $500k a year. Love your passion and recommend your podcast to everyone.”“Founders is the only podcast I pay for and it's worth 100x the cost.”“I have listened to many podcasts on entrepreneurship (HIBT, Masters of Scale, etc.) and find Founders to be consistently more helpful than any other entrepreneurship podcast. David is a craftsperson, he carefully reads biographies of founders, distills the most important anecdotes and themes from their life, and draws commonalities across lives. David's focus is rightfully not on teaching you a formula to succeed but on constantly pushing you to think different.”“I highly highly recommend this podcast. Holy cow. I've been binge listening to these and you start to see patterns across all these incredible humans.”Listening to your podcast has changed my life and that is not a statement I make often.“After one episode I quickly joined the Misfit feed. Love the insight and thoughts shared along the way. David loves what he does and it shines through on the podcast. Definitely my go-to podcast now.”“It is worth every penny. I cannot put into words how fantastic this podcast is. Just stop reading this and get the full access.”“Personally it's one of my top 3 favorite podcasts. If you're into business and startups and technology, this is for you. David covers good books and I've come to really appreciate his perspective. Can't say enough good things.”“I quickly subscribed and it's honestly been the best money I've spent all year. It has inspired me to read biographies. Highly recommend.”“This is the most inspirational and best business podcast out there. David has inspired me to focus on biographies rather than general business books. I'm addicted.”“Anyone interested in business must find the time to listen to each any every Founders podcast. A high return on investment will be a virtual certainty. Subscribe and start listening as soon as possible.”“David saves you hundreds of hours by summarizing bios of legendary business founders and providing valuable insight on what makes an individual successful. He has introduced me to many founders I would have never known existed.”“The podcasts offer spectacular lessons on life, human nature and business achievement. David's enthusiasm and personal thoughts bring me joy. My journey has been enhanced by his efforts.”"Founders is the best self investment that I've made in years."GET LIFETIME ACCESS TO FOUNDERS

Cadillac Jack - My Second Act
Caddy's next chapter.

Cadillac Jack - My Second Act

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 56:34


You may have heard through the grapevine, but Caddy is coming back to radio! Don't worry, the podcast is going nowhere. But get ready to hear about the great things coming your way courtesy of this next chapter for Cadillac Jack.  Atlanta clearly isn't used to having championship parades, that bus was flying down the downtown roads. We cover some obligatory music news with a quick heads up about our CMA's coverage and a dive into the songwriting brain of Keith Urban. And finally, we close with some thoughts on the tragic situation at last week's Travis Scott concert. Want to get in touch? Call or text 7704646024.

Autoline Daily - Video
AD #3199 - Cadillac Slashes U.S. Dealers; Advantages of Lithium-Sulfur Batteries; Honda Slams Union EV Tax Credit

Autoline Daily - Video

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 10:06


- Honda Wants Employees to Oppose Union EV Tax Credit - Cadillac Slashes Amount of Dealers - Elon Musk Polls Twitter Followers About Selling Tesla Stock - Tesla Sells More Than 54,000 China-Made Models Last Month - Renault Repurposes Plant to Remanufacture Used Cars and Batteries - UK Looks to Revive Rare Earth Magnet Production - VW Launches New ICE Models in India and South America - Advantages of Lithium-Sulfur Batteries

Autoline Daily
AD #3199 - Cadillac Slashes U.S. Dealers; Advantages of Lithium-Sulfur Batteries; Honda Slams Union EV Tax Credit

Autoline Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 10:07


- Honda Wants Employees to Oppose Union EV Tax Credit- Cadillac Slashes Amount of Dealers- Elon Musk Polls Twitter Followers About Selling Tesla Stock- Tesla Sells More Than 54,000 China-Made Models Last Month- Renault Repurposes Plant to Remanufacture Used Cars and Batteries- UK Looks to Revive Rare Earth Magnet Production- VW Launches New ICE Models in India and South America- Advantages of Lithium-Sulfur Batteries

Insider Interviews
Cadillac CMO Melissa Grady Dias on Marketing a Maverick (with heart)

Insider Interviews

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2021 43:10


A milestone! It's Episode 40 of Insider Interviews! And for that, who better to interview than Cadillac's Global Chief Marketing Officer, Melissa Grady Dias, who is, herself, marketing a milestone: the launch of what will be the first all electric line of luxury brand vehicles (EVs), starting with the Lyriq! This episode was recorded in September, and since then the new Lyriq has sold out of pre-sale reservations. So how did it get so popular? Why is Cadillac “the maverick” of the GM brands, and how does its marketing deliver on its corporate parent's promise to be the most inclusive company in the world? For the past two years, Melissa Grady Dias has held the key. She is a marketer's marketer, a master of math and of insight-driven creative. With a heart. That "brand and demand" combo (as I'll write more about in The Continuum) is what's helped infuse those corporate cause-oriented values into everything from gaming tie-ins to 6-second ads, to experiential marketing with Michelin-rated chefs. To hear Melissa be moved by the definition of equity and inclusion is to understand what "drives" (sorry) much of the brand messaging, but messaging that is always backed by data. As she explains: “I try to understand how and where my audience is consuming media, and how they're entertaining themselves. Then I try to be in those places, but to do it in a different way, so that it really breaks through.” While always in pursuit of an advertising career, (“I used to watch Who's the Boss and I loved Angela and I wanted to be like her,” she confesses) Melissa almost took a wrong turn. But discovering Database, Direct, and e-Commerce studies in a Masters program led her to expertise in performance marketing and technology. Her passion for good creative added the rest of the fuel. After discussing how she “followed her career north star to OnStar” we took some deep dives into how she is marketing the 125-year old brand, including: What it means to “show up differently” and how the Cadillac marketing team approaches the funnel differently, too (hint: upside down!) With GM looking to go all EV and towards a 0, 0, 0 world (zero emissions, zero crashes, and zero congestion) how Cadillac, historically an innovator brand, is at the forefront of that effort: Just why Cadillac overall -- from the Escalade to the XT6 -- is like the maverick of GM brands, while still infused with corporate cause-oriented values. "Cadillac is also a bit of a maverick and we've always stood for those people who really have big dreams and bold ambitions, but really they're the change-makers." Melissa's reaction to CEO Mary Barra's statement on making GM one of the most inclusive companies in the world, and how they're doing that -- on social, in a campaign or in how they're spending money; “Equity is treating everyone the same and fairly. So if there's a dance everyone's invited to the dance. Inclusion is being asked to dance.” Campaign development: "When Regina King heard the brand manifesto, she could relate it to her story. And ...it inspires me to be a better person, too. That's how the “Never Stop Arriving” campaign was born: it's about hitting a moment, celebrating yourself and then thinking ‘Now, how do I keep making the world better? How am I going to keep moving forward?'" How they identify prospects and find them, starting with addressable and digital then filling in as they go up the funnel, right to tentpole events like their Oscars™ or PGA sponsorships; Melissa's perspective on audience demographics “I'm never saying, ‘where are the 25-54 year olds with a certain income'” and feelings about linear TV to podcasts...even their innovative use of gaming and AR and VR as part of the sales process; (Note – Take a look at Cadillac Live for a unique view of how vehicles can be experienced in our showroom and supply-chain challenged times! And fun fact: More test drives happen on YouTube than in a car de...

Cartwright! A Seinfeld Podcast
Seinfeld Episode 13 (Season 7) - The Seven

Cartwright! A Seinfeld Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2021 46:21


Seinfeld Episode 13 (Season 7) Summery: “George announces that he wants to name his first child Seven and loses it when Susan's cousin decides to use that name. Elaine buys a bike but hurts her neck when it falls off the shelf onto her. Jerry's girlfriend wears the same dress every time he sees her.”Original air date: February 1, 1996This week on Carwright! A Seinfeld Podcast, Adam and Corey have a blast breaking down and reviewing a really solid episode of everyone's favorite show about nothing! Is it a perfect episode? Well, not really but it's definitely another strong foundation in what's shaping up to be a fantastic season of Seinfeld! Let us know what you think of it on our Patreon page.ATENTION: The next episode (The Cadillac) will be Patreon exclusive!—————————————Our complete SEINFELD archive plus our CURB YOUR ENTHUSIASM aftershow can be found exclusively at patreon.com/CartwrightFollow us on Facebook: facebook.com/cartwrightpodcastThis podcast is part of the BFOPNetwork.com

Cadillac Jack - My Second Act
Is the house being shown tomorrow?

Cadillac Jack - My Second Act

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2021 52:26


Did you have the party house growing up? We discuss a few moments where Caddy and PT were a little too close to being exiled by their own mothers. You don't want to miss it.  We begin  the show by continuing to remember Atlanta broadcast legend Jovita Moore that sadly passed last week from her long fight with brain cancer. Tributes have continued to pour in, and Caddy shares his live on air. It's emotional, but it includes some learned lessons and heartfelt remembrances from one of Georgia's best. Thoughts on the show? Let us know. Call or text 7704646024.

Radio Record
Zeskullz presents @ Record Club #143 - Cadillac Express (04-11-2021)

Radio Record

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021


Zeskullz Presents mixtape by: Cadillac Express 01.Darksydevinyl & Cadillac Express - Planet X 02.Darksydevinyl & Cadillac Express - Macedonia (Sean & Dee Remix) 03.Cadillac Express - Macedonia 04.Cadillac Express & Norequest - Dark Means Disco 05.Hugo Cantarra & Jinadu - The Sign (Cadillac Express Remix) 06.Pavel Khvaleev feat. Blackfeel Wite - Another land (Daniil Waigelman Remix) 07.Daniil Waigelman & Cadillac Express - Road to Tokyo 08.Darksydevinyl & Cadillac Express - Effect 09.Cadillac Express feat. Enheduanna - Black Circle 10.Darksydevinyl & Cadillac Express - Tantra

Healthy Wealthy & Smart
564: Paul Wright, Seven Critical Mistakes Which Reduce Profits, Increase Stress and Chain You to Your Health Business

Healthy Wealthy & Smart

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 46:22


In this episode, Creator of Practiceology, Paul Wright, talks about 7 critical mistakes that healthcare professionals can make that can hurt their bottom line and their business in general. Today, Paul talks about Perfectionist Syndrome, the implications of discretion, and doing your own PnL. What is the true role of your business? Hear about the danger of falling in love with your product, packaging an outcome-driven solution, and maintaining effective recruitment and internal systems, all on today's episode of The Healthy, Wealthy & Smart Podcast.   Key Takeaways “If it's [your business] robbing you of your life, it's not what it's there for.” “Find the hungry market and satisfy that need.” “If you're not embarrassed by the first launch of your product, you've launched too late.” “To the blind man, the one-eyed man is king.” “If you haven't upset someone by midday every day, you haven't said anything really important.” “One of the single biggest and most effective things you can do in your practice is to tighten up the reporter findings conversation.” “Remove discretion at the operating level of your business.” “Once you are the only person that has that program, you can't be compared on price.” “You can't put a monetary value on family time.” “There's no such thing as quality time with your family. Family time is quantity time.”   More about Paul Wright Paul Wright is a Physiotherapist and former owner of multiple allied health clinics in Australia (which he rarely visited). He is the author of the Amazon Best Seller "How to Run a One Minute Practice", founder of the Practiceology™ health business freedom program, and has helped thousands of allied health business owners across 57 countries, earn more, work less, and enjoy their lives.   Suggested Keywords Healthy, Wealthy, Smart, Physiotherapy, PT, Business, Practiceology, Supply, Demand, Mistakes, Solutions, Healthcare, Entrepreneurship,   Resources: Get a hard copy of "How to Run a One Minute Practice" ($4.95AUD. Use promo codes below) Promo Codes: Non-Australian Buyers: KARENOS (Get $15 OFF) Australian Buyers: KARENAUST (Get $5 OFF) Register for the next Practiceology demonstration   To learn more, follow Paul at: Website:          PhysioProfessor.com                         HealthBusinessProfits.com                         OneMinutePractice.com LinkedIn:         Paul Wright   Subscribe to Healthy, Wealthy & Smart: Website:                      https://podcast.healthywealthysmart.com Apple Podcasts:          https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/healthy-wealthy-smart/id532717264 Spotify:                        https://open.spotify.com/show/6ELmKwE4mSZXBB8TiQvp73 SoundCloud:               https://soundcloud.com/healthywealthysmart Stitcher:                       https://www.stitcher.com/show/healthy-wealthy-smart iHeart Radio:               https://www.iheart.com/podcast/263-healthy-wealthy-smart-27628927   Read the Full Transcript:  00:02 Hey Paul, welcome to the podcast. I'm happy to have you on.   00:06 Absolute pleasure to be here. What a boss.   00:09 I know it's so we're doing a little podcast swap here which I love. I love being able to swap podcasts with other hosts where you come on mine I come on yours and we get to know each other better. So it's been really great leading up to these podcasts. And today, you are going to talk about seven critical mistakes that healthcare practitioners can make. That can really hurt their bottom line and their business in general. But before we get to that, can you tell us your story of your career and how you ended up where you are so the listeners get a better idea of who you are?   00:52 Well, I'm I was born for a young Karen. Now I'm from from a small country town. I'm obviously Australian by my accent. I live in beautiful Newcastle but an hour north of Sydney. But I grew up in a small town about seven hours northwest of Sydney in the middle of the outback. They talk about Australia next so I'm in the outback. And what does what does a young kid do as in a small country town he Bhikkhu like sport, he becomes a physical education teacher. Because that was all I thought you could do as as a kid. I love sport. So I went to Newcastle University studied my physio, field education qualification, and then didn't even know what a physio was, but I met a physiotherapist at a party. And I liked anatomy I liked physiology. I thought, gee, that sounds cool. I don't think I could be a teacher for a long time I had an entrepreneurial streak I think so I didn't know I could work for someone else for my rest of my life. So I'll get into this physio course went to Sydney Uni did my physiotherapy degree and within two years after graduating I had started my first practice I then ended up with six of them in Sydney, one in Newcastle and five in Sydney. And I think my claim to fame Karen is I as I went through this journey I didn't go to them I was fortunate that I stumbled across the E myth by Michael Gerber very early in my business career and and I'm trading at my window counter in my practice and and looking out on the road that goes past in Sydney and there's a bus keeps going past one on the side of the bus why most small businesses fail and what to do with that is on the side of the bus and I'm getting there watching the sun come up in the morning watching the sun go down like most most help business owners and this bus kept going past and I'm getting better now I wasn't good there but I'm better now that the universe was telling me something followed up with this with this he ended up getting it to a Michael Gerber seminar read the book EMF and then I created then systematize the practice and as I said eventually had six didn't go to any of them and I then sold them which is a lesson for all of you guys the major role of a business is eventually to sell it and then started teaching other health business owners how I did it how I was able to run the remotely and how how you can still be a great health professional and have a successful business and still have a great quality of life which I think most of us miss out   03:19 yeah that's a great point talking about quality of life and I think that we'll probably get into that throughout this interview so without yeah without further ado, why don't you share with us these seven critical mistakes that can reduce your profits increase your stress and really not allow you to live your life outside of your business. So let's start with number one.   03:47 Well the first one having said I've done all of these by the way so you have earned the right to   03:52 I can't I kind of I kind of assumed that so I've done   03:57 I've done all of them but the smart people learn from other people's mistakes so hopefully you'll listen to what's happening now. That Mistake number one that I identified early is failing to understand carrying the true role of your business and if you think about what what does what does your business do for you and if it's robbing you of your life it's not what it's there for the role of your business is to serve you it's your certain needs to give you more life yet when you ask most health business owners why they started this I I wanted to be my own boss or I wanted to make my own decisions or the guy was working for before was an idiot. Whatever they like to say but is this really happening now and as Gerber talked about when I first read it you're now doing the hands on work of the practitioner plus you're also doing the business stuff the marketing the recruitment in any wonder we get overwhelmed so early. And and that's why Gerber talks about it's true. I was probably better off opening a plumbing business because I couldn't do it. plumbing work I was better off opening a business that I couldn't physically do then I could list run the business and that's the whole idea of this. My brother who's a plumber would be staggered because I'm hopeless with power tools and I he's banned me from using any sort of manual labor things but the idea of the businesses to serve you and one thing I suggest you look at guys, his his work out what I call your freedom score. And your freedom score is simply how many hours per week on average? Do you spend treating patients at your practice? How many hours per week do you spend physically treating patients and if you're telling me that we've done this in seminars, 50 6070 I've heard I've had one guy doing it five hours. And they're still trying to run the business, you just, you just can't do that. So and we talk about this thing between practice ology, right is law, which is, which is as your number of team members increases, your freedom score must decrease, you can't keep adding team members to your roster, because they time suck, they have to take energy out of you, and still see all the patients, there's going to be this balance. And that was how I was able to run it. But when that being said, you have the choice of how you run your business. Now my model was to replace myself, get therapists in do the work for me. So I had freedom of time and freedom of money. But some of our clients have a Mr. X. Mr. X is the guy that runs healthcare practice, but he runs it on his own terms or her own terms. Doesn't work, school holidays, start at nine finishes at two sets his own hours or her own hours charges, what they feel it. And guys I'm thinking about that don't even have sometimes receptionist though, sometimes if the surfs up, they don't turn up at the practice, they just gave surfing. But the patients know that's the deal. If you want to see this person, that's the model. But even in that case, Karen, the business is still serving that person. It's, it's it, you're the master, but not the other way around. And I don't know if you've ever made that. But that's understand what you want your business to do for you. And make sure it does it. Otherwise it'll suck the life out.   07:17 Yeah, and I think that's why when you look at your business, whether you're just starting, you've been in it for a couple of years, you've been in it for 20 years, if you've never written down what your goals are for your life, not what your business goals are, but you know, do you want to spend, do you want to be able to watch a movie a week workout five days a week, spend dinner with friends, pick up your kids from school, drop them off, you have to write those goals down while you're looking at your business. Because that's that's how you're going to have that freedom. And that's how you're going to have your own life outside of the business.   07:58 And the natural recourse for all health business owners is typically to see more patients, regardless of what happens in their business. Regardless, they need more money, they see more patients, team member leaves, I'll see more patients. So that that's that's the recourse their natural recourse is to go back to what they know. We teach our clients sometimes that's the worst thing you can do. You need to do something exactly the opposite. And one point also to this is that this is probably one of my worst moments. You've got understand to the concept of current bank and future neck when you think about your business. Now I had a current bank business meeting. I had one of my practices earlier was inside a fitness center. So I had a physiotherapy practice inside a fitness center in Sydney. And it was a good business. It was a cash cow. But what I didn't realize at the time was it was fragile. So it was it was making me lots of money at the time. How I knew was fragile. I got a phone call from one of my clients would have been a Thursday night. He said, Paul, I've got some news for you. The owner of the gym I've heard hasn't paid rent for three months. Okay, this is a $300,000 business like I'm running here. Oh, that's the good so I ring the owner who when you will do the gym tonight what's the deal? He said it'll be sold out Don't worry about Okay, I arrived at the practice the next day cancer that patient list hard to track proceeded to put everything inside the trap that day. So by Friday, five o'clock, I've been everything inside the event saying what are you doing wrong? What are you doing? Well, I said I'm taking everything out because I don't know what's happening here. This is all a bit unstable because I went to give the owner the gym my rent check for the month and he didn't accept it. He said hold on to that for a second. Roger, you might need it. So okay, the writing's on the wall, drove off in the truck and everyone's saying Ronnie, another another gym Chad's gonna buy this place, you'll be back open on Monday. So when I open on Monday, I'll bring the truck back and I'll check everything back in then I'll be fine. But I'll tell you, I never again set foot inside that building. It shut that day and I never will went back in there. So overnight, a business goes from 300 grand to zero. What's the lesson I had a current bank business, there was nothing. I was relying on someone else's rent someone else's tenancy. If you're leasing a space in a Medical Center in a fitness center in something else, you think you've got a business you can you can sell. There's no real future banking, that you are at the mercy of your landlords. So it's not a bad way to test the market to see if there's available market. But that's not your long term gig. Because there's a problem with it, and I've suffered badly. Anyway, yeah, yeah, start number one.   10:41 Big mistake, mistake number one. So let's talk about Mistake number two.   10:46 All right, we do this all the time. We fall in love with our product. We fall in love with the idea of being a therapist, like I fell in love with the idea of being a physio, but I didn't know was there a market for that? Was there a need for more physios, I just wanted to be one. But we do that all the time, we fall in love with our product of therapy, what we got to fall in love with is, is the market, you got to fall in love with the market once, so you might have a passion for trading on that elbow pain in one arm. Gullfoss, that might be your passion. But if there's not enough one arm golfers out there, you're not going to do any good. So the market doesn't care what you want, find what the market wants. So your job is to listen to all of your patients, listen to the doctors, listen to the community, what's missing, your job is to fill the need. And if you do that, you'll be successful in business. My favorite one, hope you guys watch Shark Tank, you guys have shark tech in the States. That's shark tank with a my favorite one is the guy that turned up with the pad for guys shirts. So now that so you put up your stick to pads on the ROM so your shirt didn't get all sweaty, there was his product. The Sharks wouldn't touch it. I said I'm not really interested. And they said how many have you sold? I've been doing it for seven years now. I've sold about 500 so in seven years, and out the back the entity in there. So what are you gonna do now he said, Our, I believe in this, I'm gonna keep going I fell in love with this product, the market had already said they didn't want to move on. So find the hungry market and satisfy that need. If you do that, you will be okay. And you see that lock county if people so they open a practice in, in a country town or regionally because they might have identified there's a market for that service. So they've done well. But the part that missing is the available labor supply. Because there's two drivers of every business available market available labor, you haven't got enough labor, you're going to be staffing that thing yourself for the rest of natural life. And that happens all the time. So be very aware, don't, don't fall in love with a product, fall in love with the market, what's the desperate need in your community? solve that and you'll be halfway there. And that's that's kind of what I did in my second my next career because I I knew help business owners struggle with business and finance and marketing and other things. And it happened to marry up with something I liked and was good at. So that was a fortunate thing. But you've got to find the hungry crowd first.   13:18 Yeah, do your research. If you don't do your research first. You're in big trouble.   13:22 I had a guy come to me once and he said, Paul, I want to open seven practices on the northern suburbs of Sydney That's what he said to me in the seminar. I said oh is there is there enough market for that automatically sell so i think so he said he just he cuz he wanted to do it. Karen he wanted to open I saw Kenya available. I was a bit tired. Can you staff those seven practices? Will you find your start? I'll just advertise. There's a guy with his head in the sand. It's not funny. But I think the key thing I want to do I want to do this. Now that's okay, if that's a passion project. But if you want to generate a revenue and a business successful and you can sell it down the track if that's what you want to do, solve solve the desperate problem. Yeah, yeah,   14:14 turn it around. It's not about you. It's about you, but it's not about you all the same time, right.   14:21 If you get married up, it's great if you can find that that thing but be careful of what you do. So make sure there's a hungry market for an audit this we found out in one of our practices, there was a real market for lymphedema treatment. So massive market lymphedema and we had a guy who knew all about it the therapist and knew all about it. So we got him doing the lymphedema program. It was great. But But don't be Dora here didn't get him to train everyone else on how to do you know what happened? The guy leaves. Three years after we're still getting phone calls from people wanting lymphedema treatment and every time they rang it killed me. So Solve the desperate problem. Yes. But then protect yourself with the viable labor supply if you're doing something like that.   15:06 Yeah, absolutely. That's a great example. Okay, what's number three. So we've got failing to understand the true role of your business falling in love with your product, your product number two, what's number three,   15:18 we'll do this falling in love or falling victim to our own perfectionist syndrome. I was probably fortunate, I had some good mentors early in my career, and they'd tell me, Roddy, it's better to be 80% and out the door than 100%. And in the drawer. And it's so true, we just worry so much about putting something out there, because it's not quite perfect yet. Reed Hoffman, I think, was the founder of LinkedIn. one of the founders, he said, if you're not embarrassed by the first version of your product, you've launched too late. If you're not embarrassed by the first version of your product, you've launched too late. Meaning put your put something out there and you see if it's got traction, is it going to get some market share? Is it going to work for me? If it does, then you can then do version two, then do version three. But so many health professionals I get so caught up in making it perfect. I just want to do this, I just want to finish this, I just want to do this. And they end up not doing it. They wait that long, and they just slowly implement. Maybe it's because we're analytical thinkers, we're sometimes slow to implement, and we just, we drag the China bit. And I like this expression to, to the blind man, the one eyed man is king. But one of my mentors said to me, Roddy, you don't have to be the best in the world. You just got to be the best in their world. Say there might be a nice specialist down the road, who's who's a superstar does all the courses and is on all the all the seminars and other things and you've got your own new program. That's great. But don't let that stop you from what you're doing. Just be the best in your clients world at it. You don't have to be as good as that guy. You just have to be the best in the client's world. And, and that also, I think, Karen, sometimes maybe it comes from our universities that that we want to be anointed or we want to be awarded, or we want to wait for someone else to recognize me. Don't Don't wait to be anointed by your profession. Don't that's too slow, anoint yourself. Someone. Someone says to me, Roddy, who's the best health business mentor in the world? Well, I want to do wait for the National Association of physical therapists to make the announcement I'm not going to wait for that I am. And I think we're going to have some balls do that. But people take you at your own appraisal aren't going away in? And if not, that's your choice. But that's it again, don't wait to be annoyed because it's just too slow to do it that way. So don't fall victim to perfectionism because it's just a curse   18:12 for us. Yeah, very, very common. Especially I think I see it more in women than men. Men will often center feel like I'm just gonna do it and see what happens and women are more like, okay, it needs to be like this, it needs to be perfect. And I think sometimes our women judged more harshly than their male counterparts for things. There aren't as many women in leadership positions so you don't have that person that looks like me in those leadership positions as a point of reference, and so I think oftentimes women tend to keep putting things off because it's got to be as almost perfect before it goes out because we don't want to get judged harshly on something. And I see that consistently. Again and again. And a lot of men will just throw shit out there and it's like, yeah, this is fine. Who cares and women are like a   19:12 you got to remember littering once I was I did electric in the fitness industry years ago and in the in the personal training space. And I remember doing anatomy lecture one day to a group of trainers and I in the audience was my anatomy tutor from uni, like a superstar like this person, you everything about everything and I'm at the front talking anatomy and and it was a pivotal moment for me because I'm so self conscious about what I'm saying in front of this, this mentor. But no one asked her any questions. They all asked me the questions. I was at the front of the room. I had the clicker. I was in charge. I was the best in their world. She was the best in mind, but I was the best. There's that's it. I'll leave all of you to make the comments about Gaza girls, I can't say that sort of stuff. So knock yourself out cam   20:05 Yeah, yeah, I'm just that's just what I've seen, you know, over and over again, is, is that women tend to be a little more hesitant at putting themselves out there. And I get it, you know, as someone who has and who does put themselves out there, the criticism is harsh people can be mean, mean spirited, especially when it comes to social media can be a little toxic and, and you are judged very harshly and people say really mean things. So you have to grow a thick skin, I think if you're going to want stepping into kind of those leadership positions   20:43 that was published one of the key things, I think my management style of the business that you had to have a thick skin to work for us. I mean, maybe I was more suited to being an owner back then that I would be now I don't think I'd be as quite as sensitive as I'd need to be now. Anyway, that's if one of my mentors said to. And I love that when I say this, if you haven't upset someone by midday every day. You haven't said anything really important. What everyone's gonna agree with you You don't you don't have different doesn't have to agree with you. You just you haven't you have the right to have your opinion in this, but I think you need to do you'd have to agree with me, that's just what it is. But if everyone's agreeing with you, are you really saying anything of any importance possum?   21:24 Right, right? Very true. Very true. You don't want to surround yourself with Yes, people all the time, that's for sure. Because then you'll never move forward because you're never kind of grow and challenge yourself. Okay, let's, let's move on to number four.   21:40 Number four, ineffective, non existent. And unsupervised internal systems. You we've seen it, we've seen it, countless times someone goes to a seminar or they or they get an idea and they launch it into their practice. And, and they seem so excited about it. But the team have seen this before they've seen you come in with an idea and they've seen you launch it and they know you'll just it'll blow over. Once you get you'll see more patients and get busy so so that sometimes they do it for a while and you can see this owner because you'll say to them, do you have for example, you have a follow up system in your practice? I think we did here we look we did do something like that. Ryan, are we still doing that follow up system so that they haven't followed up and measured it. So one of the best things give you the tip, one of the single biggest and most effective things you could do in your practice is to tighten up the report of findings conversation. That's that's after I've done your history of January, your examination, and I'm saying what we're going to do to fix you that's the chiropractic wellness report the findings in their words, it's the action plan or it's our treatment plan, get get that script, right? Get that conversation, right? Write it down, sit the person next to you and write it down Mary to get you back running in that marathon in two weeks time. You need to see me three times a week for the next two weeks. I'll reassess you then and we'll get you ready for that race. How does that sound like that? Does that conversation that that currently is not done? Well in most practices? And and because I'm an analytical guy can often How do I measure that? How can I control that conversation. So I created an action plan a written plan. And, and the penny dropped for me when there is a number at the bottom. So the numbers at the bottom was how many how many sessions, how many times a week for how many weeks. So that's three times a week for two weeks, I had a number six, so that person needs at least six sessions before the next assessment. So I then made it mandatory that every patient would walk out at the front counter with that sheet that would give it to the admin person who and would verbally hand over that patient current to get married back to her run in two weeks time she's doing a marathon she's gonna do it really well. She needs to make three appointments for the next three weeks for the next two weeks and we'll get there admin to person books in in. And then I then got a spreadsheet that we created that has consults on plan. So that would be a six, the column next to it, consults booked. So you recommended six and how many were booked. Now if I if I then log into that spreadsheet and I see that my therapist has recommended six and a booking one so 616151 to one with it's a one on that on that booking column. I've either got a therapist problem or I've got an admin problem. Has the therapist not been good enough to get the confidence in the patient or is the admin under pressure and hasn't got time to book those sessions in advance. And you will know the dangers of a session by session appointment diary. It's just it's a recipe for disaster it's but that's that's an example of a system Karen you've got to put in to your business that you can then measure and stay on top. And you'll love this. So in true Polaroid style there was only one time in All of my practices where the therapist did not have to do one of those sheets written physical shit. And I get them all in a room and say guys, what's the only time that you can get away without doing one of these things? And they'd say, the person need to go and see a specialist or I ran at a time or whatever else that said, Now none of those things. The only reason I'll accept the no completion of this form is if the patient dies during the consultation and they've got a chuckle it's a chocolate gets a check. I want to talk about it now. But there's an element of truth to it. Everyone else gets one. Now that's that's the problem with most health businesses, we don't enforce our systems, we don't put them in and we don't make them mandatory. One of the keys to business success, remove discretion at the operating level of your business. Remove discretion, remove the chance for seminar I was going to give them a plan but I didn't think they needed it or the Garda see the surgeon or like, I want to look at the that report and say, Okay, what happened with Mrs. Johnson yesterday said news about Mrs. Johnson. She didn't make it through the consultation. And the therapists were Hi, can I get it ready? And then I can say, Man, I've noticed Mrs. Jones didn't get an action plan either. What's happening here is, is something that I'm wanting to do not sinking in, is there, imbalance here? And if it happens a third time we're gonna have a serious discussion. Now that's that may be used multiple that's hardcore. But   26:37 would you tolerate a therapist turning up without a shirt on? Would you tolerate that? horrifically bad breath? Would you tolerate them being late all the time? What are you going to tolerate? removed discretion?   26:53 Yeah, yeah, she just, Yep. Yep. That's a great system. Yeah. So really making sure that you've got systems in place that work for your practice, because every practice is different. And so you have to know what works for you. What are the KPIs that work for your business?   27:12 And quints of non compliance? What if you don't do it? Unfortunately, can we notice it now with with available library a bit short? Too many owners don't enforce this systems because they worried the therapists will leave so they're trapped they're trapped because they can't enforce this system. So what if they leave Well, what are they costing if they stay you know there's a cost for them to stay you're happy to where the cost make the decision. We've got a client in practice soldier now he's got an admin person just off sorry, a therapist, but just might want follow that action plan system to the letter, but he's got a labor supply issue. We know our numbers, we know what she's worth to the practice. We just made a decision to tolerate it for the moment that we could jump on if one day but it's not worth the fight because we're gonna have trouble with that off. Better Off fighting our battles in the right order. But it's a decision. It's a strategic decision.   28:07 Yeah, yeah. makes sense to me. Okay, let's move on to number five.   28:13 Number five, using your accountant to do your p&l for you. is a mistake because most accountants on average your account but assuming even give you a p&l, like most accountants, their job is to keep you out of out of jail and to make sure you pay enough tax and that's pretty weird. But what we want to know is, is a down and dirty profit loss for your practice. We want to know take out all the dodgy expenses take out the trip you took to the conference in New York take out all that. Even the year there was a conference there, but it's a bit dodgy like what take everything out of the car, all the other things that are legally claimable, but aren't really required for the business, get a down and dirty profit loss on a calendar month basis. Revenue we build, this is what we spent a know your numbers every month, and you shouldn't be able to wait for the end of the month to come to track your numbers. And one thing you must allocate Karen, you must have an owner consulting wage in there. Which is not the amount of money your accountant told you to take. It's not the dividend. It's a reflection of your consulting effort. So how you do that freedom school, so how many hours per week you're at the practice, multiply that by what it would cost to replace you, as a therapist, assistant your replacement costs, that money is not changing hands, by the way, the accountants looking after that. But this is we've got that in our p&l as a reflection of your consulting time. Because I can tell you now from having done this a long time, the only way sometimes you can get over practice to drop their consulting is to show them a down and dirty profit loss and show them that it hasn't changed or has improved if they dropped their consulting hours. Then you got it and you don't do that with your accountants p&l because it's a different spreadsheet, you got to deal with a down and dirty p&l. But because our natural recourse, Karen is to just consult more, whereas as a result of that we're not mentoring our team. We're not recruiting, we're not marketing. We're not with the kids, all these other things we're not doing.   30:17 Right? Yeah, no, that makes perfect sense. Yeah, I yeah, yeah, it's different. I mean, my accountant does do my p&l. But I also do monthly p&l is for myself. So on a month to month basis,   30:32 it can work if you're if you're doing a percentage of grossmith. But I just the problem with most therapists, we don't know their personal contribution to consulting and the overall scheme of things and we've show owners if you if you cut your hours, 20 hours a week, we can maintain your profit. Would you be happy to do that and see it because they're their natural recourse is to see more patients that just happens all the time. Sure. Anyway, can do it? He's know the numbers, the numbers will set them free.   30:58 Yeah, absolutely. Absolutely. No, I like that. And so when you're saying putting your consulting numbers in, you're talking about not just the time that you're with patients, but time that you're working on the business as well. Or just time when you're   31:14 just you're just you're face to face consulting time, because everything else is part of your profit margin. Right? Right. But the other thing is product and it's the other stuff is discretionary. You You can do your marketing when you want you can cancel a staff track you can you can you've got freedom to that, but your patient list. That's that's the one that use you're stuck in. So that's when you would change your business. Got it? Yeah. And, and most of ours, we try and get that down to zero. We try and get your owner consulting wage to zero maintaining your profit, then they have discretion. They can go to work if they want to say they're doing they're seeing patients because they want to not because they have to. Yeah, that's a differentiation. Not enough of us, Mike.   31:55 Got it. Okay, that makes sense. All right. So let's go on to number two to go six.   32:02 ineffective recruitment systems is a is a classic problem. And I know what it is we just we take it personally if they don't, if they leave we we don't get the right people always stuff this recruitment stuffs a nightmare. And I think it comes back a lot of it. As an owner, you have to make make a big decision regarding your team. Do you want to be liked? Or do you want to be respected, to be liked, or to be respected. I believe too many health business owners worry so much about being liked by their team, they can't have those difficult conversations, they don't have the respect of the team. And you're not always going to be like just accepted as an item of business. You know, there was going to be popular, you control the way ours you control the wages, you control everything in the business. It's important to be liked all the time. And if you're trying to be liked, it's going to be very difficult for you. Everyone is replaceable, except that and if they're not you want to make them replaceable. You need to think about the systems in a bit like my lymphedema God big mistake. I, I had an epiphany one night, I often have these epiphanies there. So there I am. And my admin, I had an admin superstar one of the practices and she knew everything. And she was so good everything she just did everything. And I had an I'm in there in bed one night, when I bought up right? What happens if something happens to Gina and I remember I couldn't sleep the rest of night. So I rang Gina, June at nine o'clock in the morning, I want you to come in, I've got someone to replace you at front desk, I've got my camera, you're going to show me everything. And we sat in the back room with the camera, show me how to do this show me how to do that show me and we just that we did that for a whole day. And I had all this stuff so if something happened you can watch the Gina file that someone can do. If you aren't doing that you are you are in all sorts of trouble. So recruitment systems, people are replaceable, except they're going to move on Don't take it personally. One of my mentors, we did a recruitment training program recently and one guy said, Just accept the fact that people are gonna, your business is like a train journey. People are gonna get onto certain station, get a bit down the track and then they get off the train. That's just that's what this journey is like they're not going to stay with you till the end of the line. Don't expect them to that's just just accept they will move on. And the final one and are running in the time, final one, not packaging your services, not packaging it into into an outcome driven solution. The bite write program for TMJ, the run marathon pain free program, whatever you do, we had a corrective orthopedic rehab program with exercise so name it something because once you are the only person that has that program, you can't be compared on price. If I'm bringing around the practices and you're charging 80 bucks and someone's charging 75 you're commoditizing yourself but If you're the only person with the x y Zed migraine program, because no one else has got that you can't put a price on that. So So you got to make sure you don't you have to package your services as a solution driven outcome, not just as a session by session deal. If you do that you're reducing the church have been caught up as a commodity. Now we've got time for one bonus mistake, I think. Yeah, all right. This is one bonus mistake. And too many owners do this. They, they think, well, they put a monetary value on their family time. They put a monetary value on their family time. Meaning I could finish at four o'clock in the afternoon. Or I could I could if I stay I'll make an extra $1,000 whenever I stopped but but I'll miss my daughter's concert. There's there's a so we put a monetary value if I do that, it'll cost me this. You just there's some things in life, you can't put a monetary value on. You just you can't put a monetary value on your family time. And people who told me that it's that it family time, I don't have much but I have quality time. And again, I don't want to guilt you into this stuff. But there's no such thing as quality time with your family. Family time is quantity time. things just happen. When you're around them. things just happen. I'm on. I'm on the back porch of my house. My second youngest daughter was about 17 on home a lot as I was on the on the back porch in she comes in she stands at the door. Not a crier young Jade. She's a very, very stout young lady. And she I said okay, down, and she dissolves like just the tears coming up. Right? a Cadillac for five minutes. Yeah, Caden are just a few things happening at school done. Um, right now, as you took off, yeah. I couldn't plan that.   36:59 I can't, you can't. You can't plan that. That just happens because you're around. And again, I'm not I'm not guilting you guys. Yes, you have bills to pay, they have other things to do. But the business is there to serve you. You do what you need to do to make sure your family is happy and fed and everything else but don't put a monetary value on it. Because it's it's a it's just not a fair comparison. You can't price it. It's just ridiculous to even think about it. Anyway. All right. Sorry to guilt everyone into something but that's the deal. Now I've lost you can you muted yourself.   37:40 There's a loud siren going by sighs just   37:44 could not go to Yes.   37:53 That was allowed one. Well, obviously edit this out. But I was like, I couldn't even I couldn't even It was so loud. Because it must have been like right in front of my apartment. So we'll edit that out. So annoying. That's that has not happened in a while that was allowed one. And didn't I don't even know what it was. Anyway. So we'll just sort of I'll do a little clap, and then we'll start. So this helps me for editing. But uh, you're killing me. I know, he's, I don't like it's fine by me. You know, I don't even realize he's there. But okay. So all right, so we went through seven mistakes, plus a bonus, which is great. And, you know, if you weren't taking notes, don't worry, we'll have all of these written out in the show notes to make it really easy for you and to follow along. But now, where can people find out more about you get some more resources so that they don't make all these mistakes.   38:59 best place to start, we do a monthly demonstration of practice ology. It's a webinar we do every month. And we'd basically show how our clients across 54 countries earning more, working less and enjoying their lives, even during a pandemic. So we talked about some of the principles to talk about today. And it's really a very interactive demonstration of how we do it. So if you go to my practice, ology.com forge forward slash Litzy li Ts Ed, why obviously. So my practice ology.com forward slash, let's see, you'll get the you can log in and register for the next next session. And if you want to get a copy of the book, I wrote a book how to run a woman a practice, as Karen explained at the start. It's not a it's not a big book, I didn't want to write it. It doesn't make sense to have a massive journal for how to run a woman in practice. It's got to be a woman's book, you should read that in less than an hour. Just covers a lot of the action plans and the bookings and there's great resources sample action plans you can get from the book If you just get to one minute practice.com forward slash book sales. So one minute practice.com forward slash book sales. And if you just put in the code, Karen Oh s for overseas. So if you're not Australian, which I don't imagine you will be if you're not Australian, do Karen r West. And it'll take 15 bucks off and you get it for $4.95 Australian which I think's about $1 us. That's a bit more than that. But it's not it's a pretty good deal. If you happen to be Australian, listen to it put in Karen, au, s t. So I'm going to practice.com forward slash Bob sales. Karen Oh s get it for if you're if you're outside Australia, or Karen a USD if you're Australian, and you get that for $4.95. And we'll post it out for you. And my social media platform is LinkedIn believer not I'm an old school, LinkedIn. So follow me on LinkedIn. Paul, right, Newcastle, I'd love to have a chat. And I hope you can join it for join us for a webinar and get some of those great resources from the book. And posted sorry, posters is a bit slow, I think we've covered but once you, once you buy the book, you do get the PDF of the book straightaway. And there is a second page, a link to all the resources and the action plans and all the scripts and stuff. So that's perfect.   41:16 And we will have links to all of that at podcast at healthy, wealthy, smart, calm. So one link will take you to the webinar to the books and to your LinkedIn page. And before we wrap things up, I'll ask you one last question. And it's one that I asked everyone knowing where you are now in your life and in your business and in your practice. What would What advice would you give to your younger self?   41:40 Oh, you love this one? Okay. I would probably be a podiatrist or an optometrist. You're sitting thinking, Okay, what are those things got in common? Well think about it. They've got a product arm. They've got a range of products, because I, I did what we talked about earlier, I became a physiotherapist because I wanted to be a physiotherapist. I didn't know I could be limited in what I can sell our products. So if I could go my time again. podiatry, I would, but I don't like feet. So maybe it's a problem. optometry, I'd be okay. Maybe orthodontics? I'd want a product range. That would be that would be why don't go and say all my diamonds done. Put a product range in your current business, if you can. That helps. But the idea of relying on your hands and trading time for dollars, I'd probably do differently.   42:38 Right? Well, great advice to your younger self, for sure. Thank you so much for Paul, for coming on and sharing seven mistakes that you've made and probably a lot of us who have been in business for more than a couple of years or more than a year have made and hopefully all the listeners out there you will not make those mistakes because we have covered them here. You've got them in your head. You'll sign up for the webinar and you won't make up and it'll be clear sailing. Fingers crossed. So thanks, Paul, for coming on and sharing all of that with us. I appreciate it.   43:14 Absolute pleasure, your superstar. Thanks for having me.   43:17 Thank you and everyone. Thanks for listening, have a great couple of days and stay healthy, wealthy and smart.

Cadillac Jack - My Second Act
Is it possible for an episode to get a XXX rating?

Cadillac Jack - My Second Act

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 68:27


Fair warning about today's episode of the Cadillac Jack: My Second Act podcast. It contains some mature themes discussed in an occasionally immature way. But then again, you could say that about every episode.  We start by checking in with friend of the pod and choreographer extraordinaire Mr. Clayton Joshua Cameron. He's got a surprise announcement that has one member of the studio questioning their life choices. Then we discuss the connection between media personalities and their audience as we mourn the loss of Atlanta giant Jovita Moore. And finally, we close with some obligatory music news on this year's class of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and another edition of Dear Preston that you won't want to miss. Have thoughts on PT's answer? Give us a call and your message could be heard on the show. Call or Text 7704646024.

72&10 podcast
Season 7 Episode 316 "Cadillac Converter"

72&10 podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 139:58


Season 7 Episode 316 "Cadillac Converter" by EverydayMedia

America on the Road
Hitting the Gas Hard in the 2022 Cadillac CT5-V Blackwing, Most Powerful Cadillac of All Time

America on the Road

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 42:31


The 2022 Cadillac CT5-V Blackwing delivers 200-mph top speed, coma-inducing acceleration, and commensurate handling prowess. But, amazingly, it also offers pleasant ride quality. The CT5-V Blackwing is the most powerful production Cadillac in the brand's long history. Not only will it top 200 mph, but it will also rocket from 0 to 60 miles per hour in a scant 3.4 seconds. Hold onto your synapses! For perspective consider this — the 1984 Ferrari Testarossa, one of the most highly regarded exoticars of all time, had a top speed of just over 185 mph and took 5.0 seconds to reach 60 mph. So Cadillac has assembled an amazing car, but is the brand getting the credit it deserves? In this episode of America on the Road Host Jack Nerad will review the CT5-V Blackwing and explore that question and others regarding this incredibly capable 4-door sedan. We will also take a look at another performance car with more modest credentials and a much more accessible price. Co-host Chris Teague will road test the 2022 Hyundai Elantra N Line. Is it fast? How well do his daughters fit in the back seat? He will cover all that and more in America on the Road's vehicle test segment. Our special guest this week is Melinda Godec, Volkswagen product planner. She and Host Jack Nerad will discuss the heavily revised 2022 Volkswagen Tiguan, the brand's most popular model. Nerad got a chance to drive the new Tiguan at a recent Southern California-based event. In the news, electric vehicles will get serious coverage this week. These days most global carmakers are heavily promoting electric vehicles as a solution to climate change. But a major car company just said that EVs aren't for everyone. We'll tell you which company that is explore why they said that in this episode. Meanwhile Canada is none too happy about new proposed U.S. tax credits on EVs that some new legislation would institute, and some car dealers aren't either. We'll tell you about the special-interest deal hidden in the proposed tax credits in this episode of America on the Road brought to you by Mercury Insurance and Driving Today.com.

ETMF Podcast Network
What Happened to you Dave Chappelle? You used to be beautiful!

ETMF Podcast Network

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2021 117:16


Welcome to Cadillac on Mars!  This month Chaufie, Delvin and Tayrel talk about Dave Chapelle, daily life stuff, What's up with that and shout out to Devin Tyus for winning the Death Loop Steel Book. Shaun was invited but he said he was on full Dad duty. If you want to chime in with a comment or questions, you can reach us mostly on Twitter at @CadillacOnMars.   Also, chat with Chaufie @ElChaufie  Devlin at @delvin_cox, Tayrel @TAYREL713 and Shaun at @ETMFpodcast

Games We Don't Play
What Happened to you Dave Chappelle? You used to be beautiful!

Games We Don't Play

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2021 117:16


Welcome to Cadillac on Mars!  This month Chaufie, Delvin and Tayrel talk about Dave Chapelle, daily life stuff, What's up with that and shout out to Devin Tyus for winning the Death Loop Steel Book. Shaun was invited but he said he was on full Dad duty. If you want to chime in with a comment or questions, you can reach us mostly on Twitter at @CadillacOnMars.   Also, chat with Chaufie @ElChaufie  Devlin at @delvin_cox, Tayrel @TAYREL713 and Shaun at @ETMFpodcast

Ten Thousand Worlds
The Family Altar Audio Devotional - Day 301

Ten Thousand Worlds

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 6:00


For God hath not given us the spirit of fear; but of power, and of love, and of a sound mind. (2 Timothy 1:7) 40 My little girl asked me the other night, she said…Or, it was little Joseph, he said, “Daddy, is there such a thing as a witch?” I said, “Oh, sure.” 41 He said, “Does she have a long nose, and she rides on a broom at nighttime?” 42 I said, “No. She has a painted face, and rides in a Cadillac to a—a cocktail party.” That's the new modern version of it. 43 And he said, “Is that a witch?” I don't know whether I should have told him that or not, because every time on the street he sees one, he says, “Daddy, there's a witch. Isn't it?” Well, I suppose that… 44 You know, they used to have old Charlie Barleycorn. Some of you older people remember him, with the hat pulled down over his ears. And even a crow would be scared of him, Charlie Barleycorn. Oh, he's changed since prohibition went out. But now he's in a little bumper, setting in every icebox, and he's the most popular fellow in the city. But he is still the same damnable thing that sends man's soul to hell, and young people to the insane institution; and has got an age up here of rock-and-roll idiots and beatniks, and juvenile delinquency, till it's become insanity. Even till our schools can't touch them; we lost twenty thousand teachers last year. 45 Why? They are searching for Something. They are looking for It, and the church has failed to give It to them. The reason they do that, because they were made that way, to search. 46 Finally, what does it end up in? Murder and suicide. Man who thinks that he's doing something when he gets a date with his neighbor's wife, or would break up some home or some woman. You think you're getting by with something, but finally you'll end up with a pistol to the side of your head, and blow your brains out, or jump from some scaffold somewhere, or kill yourself, take poison, dope, or something, and go into a miserable condition, and die and go to a devil's hell, because you've rejected the—the real Cure. 47 We got a cure. Calvary is that cure. Christ is the cure. And He is the only cure, the only foundation, the only way. There is things that you can get from Christ that you can't get from nowhere else. Christ is the way; not a way, It's the way. The church is fine, we love them, but the church is not the way. Jesus is the way! Can't cast your cares upon the church, the church has no salvation. It can only point you to Jesus, Who is the only salvation. He is the Way, the Truth, the Life. The only way to the Father is through Jesus! The only Comforter, the only One Who can, knows how to care for us. 48 For, we can't even care for one another. I read in the Scripture some time ago, where It said, “Not discerning the Lord's Body.” And I thought, what a statement! Found in First Corinthians 11. …not discerning the Lord's body. And for this cause many are sick and weakly among you… 60-0301 - "He Careth For You" Rev. William Marrion Branham ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Order your own copy of the Family Altar at http://store.bibleway.org Appreciate what we do? Consider supporting us: https://anchor.fm/ten-thousand-worlds/support --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ten-thousand-worlds/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ten-thousand-worlds/support

Cadillac Jack - My Second Act
I am giving my child permission to purchase this sword.

Cadillac Jack - My Second Act

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 41:40


We know that kids get themselves into trouble, but what happens when a bunch of 15 year olds are armed with swords? We'll find out soon on the Cadillac Jack: My Second Act podcast. Donna may be taking a surprise pilgrimage to Jerusalem, but we're looking to spread out our love for Jesus. We revisit the “most disgusting thing” friend of the pod Tug Cowart has seen, and again find more ways to show that Atlanta traffic will never go away. In obligatory music news, an update on Donna's failure to find Harry Styles tickets. Female fashion icon Carl Appen briefly chimes in for a spanx update. And finally we close with Mani Young, board member of TurningPoint Breast Cancer Rehabilitation and her powerful story of recovery. Want to reach out to Caddy? Call or Text 7704646024.

The Storm Skiing Journal and Podcast
Podcast #59: Ski Cooper President and GM Dan Torsell

The Storm Skiing Journal and Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 100:05


The Storm Skiing Podcast is sponsored by Mountain Gazette - Listen to the podcast for discount codes on subscriptions and merch.WhoDan Torsell, President and General Manager of Ski Cooper, ColoradoRecorded onOctober 18, 2021Why I interviewed himWe’ve all seen the signs, westbound on I-70. Ski Cooper this way. Copper Mountain that way. And many of us have probably thought some version of “that’s funny, I wonder how many European tourists mix them up and show up at Ski Cooper with their Ikon Pass? Anyway, which way to the free lots at Copper?” And that’s as much as most of us have probably thought about the place.It’s easy to overlook. Lost between the world-famous monsters of Summit and Eagle counties, Ski Cooper is mostly a locals refuge. Most people reading this have probably skied some combination of Vail, Beaver Creek, Copper Mountain, Breckenridge, Keystone, and Arapahoe Basin, all Epic- or Ikon-aligned mountains, the smallest of them more than three times Cooper’s 500-ish acres. And yet, Cooper persists. It is, according to the NSAA, the fifth oldest ski area in Colorado, founded in 1942 as a training site for the legendary 10th Mountain Division, whose alumni would go on to found at least 64 ski areas throughout the United States. Any place with that kind of history and grit was, I figured, worth learning more about.What we talked aboutPennsylvania ski culture; turning skiing from passion to career; moving from snow-draped Utah to gritty Tussey Pennsylvania to frantic Killington; the dramatic technological advancements and swashbuckling energy of the late ‘80s-to-early-‘90s ski industry; applying the lessons of monster ski areas to community bumps; why Dan left the ski industry and what drew him back in; why small ski areas matter; the intensity of running a night-skiing operation with a short season; the thrill and challenge of running big parts of Sugarbush; working under Win Smith as he revitalized the resort; the story behind Sugarbush’s cabin Cat; first impressions of top-of-the-world Cooper; leaving an East Coast ski career to manage Ski Cooper; transitioning from one of the Northeast’s top dogs to one of Colorado’s underdogs; the enormous terrain expansion opportunities at Cooper; how the Tennessee Creek Basin expansion has transformed the mountain; why the ski area went with a T-bar for that terrain; running Cooper debt-free; snow distribution across the three sides of the ski area; avalanche mitigation; Cooper’s minimalist grooming philosophy; U.S. America’s culture of over-grooming; the scale of Chicago Ridge Cat Skiing and whether it will return this year; whether portions of the Cat-skiing terrain could ever be folded into the lift-served side of Ski Cooper; the potential to increase the ski area’s vertical drop; potential lift additions and upgrades; timelines for improvements; why the frontside double is likely to stay intact even if the mountain adds another lift; the beautiful simplicity of running a ski are with no snowmaking; why Ski Cooper doesn’t play the stay-open-as-late-as-possible game with A-Basin even though they have the coverage to ski until June; Ski Cooper’s bargain season pass and its incredible coalition of coast-to-coast reciprocal partnerships; how the mountain managed to mostly eliminate partner blackouts; how many passes it sells; why reciprocal partnerships are proving resilient even with the advent of the Indy Pass; why Ski Cooper raised its minimum wage to $15.25 per hour; whether the mountain will institute a worker vaccine mandate; and how Ski Cooper will build off its record 2020-21 ski season. Why I thought that now was a good time for this interviewAs anyone who reads this newsletter on a regular basis knows, I’m obsessed with the evolving U.S. season pass landscape. In particular, the evolution of the multi-mountain pass under the giant ski conglomerates, and how independent ski areas are responding to that. Some are joining the Indy Pass. Others are banding together to form reciprocal coalitions for their passholders. Cooper is a master of the latter strategy, building a partner network so vast that the mountain’s season pass is a de facto national megapass. And a cheap one.I first connected with Torsell and the pass’ conductor, Dana Johnson, over the summer. It was supposed to be a quick-hit interview, but I was impressed by the whole operation. Ski Cooper is the definition of composure in the maw of impossible competition. Would you open a ski area next door to Vail? Would you be able to keep one open if it was one-tenth the size and one one-millionth as famous? It takes resilience, patience, and some kind of brilliance to make it as a ski area in ruthless Colorado, ground zero of the modern skiglomerate. With a big expansion behind them and vast potential ahead, I knew Ski Cooper was a story worth following.Questions I wish I’d askedIt occurred to me while I was editing this that I had no idea who owned Ski Cooper. As you’ll see in our conversation, however, the mountain has plenty of big things ahead, and something tells me that Dan will be back on the podcast at some point to talk about those developments, and I’ll save the ownership question for then. In the meantime, this article by The Colorado Sun’s Jason Blevins details the whole ownership structure. I’d also like to have talked a bit more about the mountain’s founding as a training ground for the 10th Mountain Division.Why you should ski CooperBecause why not? When a lift ticket at its six closest neighbors is roughly the price of a new Cadillac, the compromises you make on sheer vertical drop and skiable acreage to hit Cooper seem acceptable. With no crowds and a magnificently affordable season pass, this is an entirely reasonable supplement to Epic and Ikon passholders looking for a weekend and holiday refuge. And while Cooper has traditionally been an intermediates mountain with very little terrain for the freight train skiers, the Tennessee Creek Basin expansion – opened just before the Covid shutdown – adds a rambling pod of full-throttle double-blacks. Yes, the runs are short – the T-bar rises just around 700 feet – but that’s roughly the same vertical drop you get on The Dumps at Aspen, and no one’s filling up the complaint box about those elevator shafts. Add in a minimalist grooming philosophy and all-natural snow, and you have a damn fine ski experience if you go in accepting what the place is, rather than obsessing over what it’s not.About that incredible season passIn July, I wrote an extended analysis of Ski Cooper’s amazing $299 (now $499) season pass, which acts as a de-facto alternate Indy Pass/megapass. I called it “America’s Hidden Mega Ski Pass:Ski Cooper’s sprawling season pass access is also the logical end state of a lift-served skiing universe increasingly defined by the Epic and Ikon passes, with their dazzling collections of poke-through-the-clouds resorts, relentless marketing, and fantastically achievable price points. Small ski areas, sitting alone, have a harder story to tell and far fewer resources to do it. Band together, and the story gets more interesting. And Ski Cooper is telling one of the best stories in skiing.Since I wrote that article, the ski area has added several new partners, including Lookout Pass, which sits on the Idaho-Montana border but does not appear on this map:Additional resourcesLift Blog’s inventory of Ski Cooper liftsHistoric Ski Cooper trailmapsSki Cooper today: Get on the email list at www.stormskiing.com

Women Shifting Gears Driven by Hemmings with Amanda Busick
Season 2, Episode 23 - Jamie Brewer - Executive Chief Engineer for the Cadillac LYRIC

Women Shifting Gears Driven by Hemmings with Amanda Busick

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 37:11


Jamie Brewer is the Vehicle Chief Engineer of Future Electric Vehicles at General Motors, including the Cadillac LYRIQ.  She has been an integral part of the GM team since the early 2000s, working her way from Vehicle Performance Engineer to Director and Global BOM Leader of Garnish, Overhead Systems, Carpet, Acoustics, and Trunk Trim to now leading the EV area.Brewer chats with host Amanda Busick about her GM journey, the feeling she'll have when the first Cadillac LYRIQ rolls of the assembly line, how she and her team will listen to the customers to continue to develop their products and how she continuously challenges herself to get outside her comfort zone.And… she has an identical twin sister who is the Executive Chief Engineer for GM's full-size trucks!  We can only imagine how proud their parents are!

You Are Not Alone - A Recovery Podcast
Making Big Decisions in Recovery

You Are Not Alone - A Recovery Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 59:19


Getting sober doesn't mean you won't face challenges in your life.  Getting sober means you don't have to drink when you have these challenges.The challenges faced in this podcast, are admittedly Cadillac ones.  Both Steve C and Matt J were given career opportunities.  With both, it involved a lot more money and responsibility.  Just because someone gets more money and a better title, does not mean it is the right fit.  Steve, Matt and John I talk about making big decisions when in recovery, how they did it and how they got to the best decision for them.Regardless of your situation, identify, don't compare.  We hope to help you in your own journey.Please help support the show by giving it a review and rating in Apple Podcasts.  Find Recovery Links, access to social media and email at https://notalonerecovery.com/Please share with friends and family.

Cadillac Jack - My Second Act
A Dummy's Guide to a Funeral.

Cadillac Jack - My Second Act

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 55:57


In case you missed the news last week, Cadillac Jack lost his mother Jane, known as “Gammy” to her three grandchildren. We open the show with a discussion on grief and the love shown over the last several days.  Donna finds out that Atlanta is perpetually under construction. Then Cadillac Jack lets slip the secret for being late to school, although with the effort put into his plan it might be easier to just show up on time. Then we're joined by two special friends of the pod. First is Tug Cowart to discuss the Atlanta Braves in the World Series for the first time in 22 years, then a clogging update from Mr. Clayton Joshua Cameron that you won't want to miss. Have thoughts on the show? Call or Text 7704646024.

Autoline After Hours
AAH #576 - Cadillac Lyriq

Autoline After Hours

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 77:21


GUESTS: Brian Smith, Director, Cadillac Exterior Design; Tristan Murphy, Manager, Cadillac Interior Design PANEL: Henry Payne, The Detroit News; Gary Vasilash, on Automotive; John McElroy, Autoline.tv

420 Wrap Up Podcast
4:20 Wrap Up Podcast Ep. 115 "TWIG'S AND BERRIES"

420 Wrap Up Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 68:06


I'm this episode: KG and Gee start the episode off in the most 420 wrap-up way, discussing some of the best weed we've smoked in Cali (17:45). KG speaks on how Gee's dad was roasting KG at the Cadillac car show (23:02). They discuss Brittney Renner on the prowl at Jackson State (38:20). And we can't go another episode without discussing the song of the “ISLANNNND BWOY” (59:18). And much more!! Listen

EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast
1247: Polestar Offering Two Years of Free Electrify America | 22 Oct 2021

EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 19:20


Show #1251 If you get any value from this podcast please consider supporting my work on Patreon. Plus all Patreon supporters get their own unique ad-free podcast feed. Good morning, good afternoon and good evening wherever you are in the world, welcome to EV News Daily for Friday 22nd October. It's Martyn Lee here and I go through every EV story so you don't have to. Thank you to MYEV.com for helping make this show, they've built the first marketplace specifically for Electric Vehicles. It's a totally free marketplace that simplifies the buying and selling process, and help you learn about EVs along the way too. TESLA SUPERCHARGING NETWORK TO TRIPLE Drew Baglino, Tesla's senior vice president of powertrain and battery engineering: "On the Supercharger side, the supercharging team monitors congestion and plans expansion to ensure customer experience with minimal wait times alongside the growth in our vehicle fleet. While we certainly have work to do in expanding capacity in some congested areas, average congestion on the network has decreased over the past 18 months. Nonetheless, we're not standing still. We are executing on accelerating expansion plans globally. The network has doubled in the last 18 months, and we are planning to triple it over the next two years. And even so on an individual-site basis to combat existing congestion more quickly where it is isolated and problematic, we expedite local relief sites, deploy mobile Superchargers, and we try to introduce pricing strategies that encourage more off-peak usage to avoid the waiting." There are 29,281 Superchargers and 3,254 locations worldwide. TESLA'S DRIVING DATA STORAGE SYSTEM HACKED BY DUTCH INVESTIGATORS "A team of Dutch forensic researchers have decrypted Tesla's data storage system, providing access to a trove of information that could be useful in crash investigations. (The news was first reported by Reuters.) It's no secret that Tesla records information about its customers' driving behavior, both to improve its advanced driver assistance system, Autopilot, and also in the event of a crash, to provide to investigators." says The Verge: "Netherlands Forensic Institute (NFI) discovered that Tesla's vehicles store far more detailed data than previously known, including speed, accelerator pedal position, steering wheel angle, and brake usage. Some of this data can be stored for up to a year, the institute said. The team was investigating a crash involving a Tesla with Autopilot in use that had rear-ended another vehicle after it braked unexpectedly. Rather than seek the data from Tesla, the Dutch investigators chose to “reverse engineer” the company's data logs in order to “objectively” assess them. The NFI said that even though Tesla has complied with data requests from the government in the past, the company also left out a lot of data that could have proven useful." Read more: https://www.theverge.com/2021/10/21/22738747/tesla-driving-data-hack-dutch-investigators-autopilot TESLA GIGA BERLIN FACES FURTHER DELAY OWING TO REGULATORY PROCEDURES "A regional environmental ministry in Germany will conduct a repeat online consultation with local citizens to review objections to Tesla's Berlin manufacturing facility, Reuters reported on Thursday." says Benzinga: "The repeat consultation will run from Nov. 2 to Nov. 22 and is open to those who expressed an objection in previous public consultation rounds but were not satisfied with the response from Tesla or the environmental ministry, as per Reuters. The agency is carrying out some consultations again to address concerns that the earlier process did not comply with regulations. There were also concerns that citizens were not given enough information that the consultation would be digital. Objections submitted in the previous round will still be valid. The fresh consultation could further delay the production start at the Gigafactory Berlin." Read more: https://www.benzinga.com/government/21/10/23500299/tesla-giga-berlin-faces-further-delay-owing-to-regulatory-procedures BMW TO SOURCE HYDROGEN-PRODUCED STEEL FROM H2 GREEN STEEL "With the potential that hydrogen-produced steel has in decarbonising the supply chain for car manufacturing, BMW Group has revealed that it will source green, hydrogen-produced steel from Swedish start-up H2 Green Steel." writes h2-view.com: "With the steel production facility set to be constructed in the province of Norrbotten, Northern Sweden and close to the Arctic Circle, H2 Green Steel employs hydrogen produced using green power to remove oxygen from the iron oxide. The direct reduction of the iron ore produces almost no carbon with water the emission and will be used in BMW's manufacturing operations from 2025. In addition to this, BMW and H2 Green Steel have also agreed to create a closed-loop material cycle. Raw materials can then be used multiple times in a circular economy to protect natural resources." Read more: https://www.h2-view.com/story/bmw-to-source-hydrogen-produced-steel-from-h2-green-steel/ TOYOTA EXEC: NOT EVERYONE SHOULD DRIVE A BATTERY ELECTRIC VEHICLE "Many people are passionate about climate change, but not everybody should drive a battery electric vehicle as a means to combat climate change, Toyota Motor Corp (7203.T) Chief Scientist Gill Pratt said on Thursday at the Reuters Events Automotive Summit. Pratt's comments, during a discussion on electric vehicles, appeared to amplify remarks made over the past year by Toyota President Akio Toyoda." reports Reuters: "Toyoda and other company officials have said that electric vehicles will play a greater role in reducing emissions, but other solutions should be used, Toyota's gasoline-electric hybrid models or hydrogen-powered fuel cell electric vehicles." Reuters adds: "Toyota was among major automakers that supported the Trump administration in its attempt to bar California from setting its own zero-emission requirements" Gill Pratt said: "It's not for us to predict which solution is the best." Read more: https://www.reuters.com/business/autos-transportation/toyota-exec-not-everyone-should-drive-battery-electric-vehicle-2021-10-21/ *AD BREAK* GM INAUGURATES NEW ULTIUM CENTER FACTORY IN CHINA "A few weeks after launching a marketing campaign for the Ultium platform in China, General Motors has just inaugurated the new Ultium Center factory in the city of Shanghai. The Ultium Center is qualified as a “super factory” that will produce entire battery systems and state-of-the-art motors for the automaker's upcoming fully electric vehicles in the Asian country." says GM Authority: "SAIC-GM, the US automaker's main joint venture in China, announced the start of operations at the new Ultium Center factory as a milestone for mass production of next-generation Buick, Cadillac and Chevrolet electric vehicles. As such, it will become the main supplier of powertrains and battery packs for Ultium EV platform-based electric vehicles built in China." Read more: https://gmauthority.com/blog/2021/10/gm-inaugurates-new-ultium-center-factory-in-china/ VOLTIA TO PRODUCE ELECTRIC VANS IN 2022 BASED ON STELLANTIS PLATFORM "Electric vehicle conversion company Voltia has announced the launch of five new electric XL van models. The new 11-cubic metre vans are based on the Stellantis platform for Peugeot, Citroën, Opel, Vauxhall and Toyota vehicles." reports electrive: "As with the well-known Voltia models based on the Nissan e-NV 200, the Slovakian specialist's conversions only affect the body, specifically the load compartment. While the Stellantis models and the Toyota are offered in three vehicle lengths (4.60 metres, 4.95 metres and 5.30 metres), Voltia uses only the 5.30-metre version. Voltia specifies a range of 280 kilometres for the large and 190 kilometres for the small battery. For the intended use, which is mainly in last-mile delivery, these values are sufficient. For AC charging, Voltia will offer both the 7.4 kW charger and the three-phase onboard charger with 11 kW." Read more: https://www.electrive.com/2021/10/21/voltia-to-produce-electric-vans-in-2022-based-on-stellantis-platform/ POLESTAR IS OFFERING TWO YEARS OF FREE DC-FAST CHARGING FROM ELECTRIFY AMERICA TO POLESTAR 2 DRIVERS "The free charging offer is being provided to all Polestar 2 owners, even those that have already purchased their vehicles or are still waiting to take delivery. Each free charging session will be good for 30 minutes, which is enough to provide a Polestar 2 with an optimal amount of charge when stopping on a long journey, according to Polestar. " reports FutureCar: "Drivers will be able to access the free charging offer through Electrify America's smartphone app using a unique enrollment code, from late October.  Existing Polestar 2 owners will receive a communication from the company containing their enrollment codes or can visit their local Polestar Space retail showroom to get one. New customers will begin their two-year free charging period upon delivery." Read more: https://www.futurecar.com/4945/Polestar-is-Offering-Two-Years-of-Free-DC-Fast-Charging-From-Electrify-America-to-Polestar-2-Drivers ARE RECYCLED EV BATTERIES AS GOOD A NEW ONES? "A new study by Professor Yan Wang and a research team from the US Advanced Battery Consortium (USABC), in partnership with battery company A123 Systems, has found that batteries with recycled cathodes are as good as, or even better than brand new ones." says The NExt Web: "The recycled material ended up having a more microscopic porous structure, which makes it easier for lithium ions to slip in and out. According to the research, the new structure produced some amazing results: the batteries displayed the same energy density to those made with commercial cathodes, and showed a longer life by a whopping 53%. This makes it difficult to argue that batteries with recycled cathodes will leave you stranded in the middle of nowhere, calling for road assistance." Read more: https://thenextweb.com/news/are-recycled-ev-batteries-as-good-a-new-yes-thousand-times-yes NEW QUESTION OF THE WEEK WITH EMOBILITYNORWAY.COM When buying a used electric car, how do you feel about servicing? Do you want the previous person to have been back to a dealer every year? Do you care? Some manufacturers like Tesla don't even have a service schedule so how do you feel about buying a used EV and it's service history, or lack of. Email me your thoughts and I'll read them out on Sunday – hello@evnewsdaily.com It would mean a lot if you could take 2mins to leave a quick review on whichever platform you download the podcast. And  if you have an Amazon Echo, download our Alexa Skill, search for EV News Daily and add it as a flash briefing. Come and say hi on Facebook, LinkedIn or Twitter just search EV News Daily, have a wonderful day, I'll catch you tomorrow and remember…there's no such thing as a self-charging hybrid. PREMIUM PARTNERS PHIL ROBERTS / ELECTRIC FUTURE BRAD CROSBY PORSCHE OF THE VILLAGE CINCINNATI AUDI CINCINNATI EAST VOLVO CARS CINCINNATI EAST NATIONAL CAR CHARGING ON THE US MAINLAND AND ALOHA CHARGE IN HAWAII DEREK REILLY FROM THE EV REVIEW IRELAND YOUTUBE CHANNEL RICHARD AT RSEV.CO.UK – FOR BUYING AND SELLING EVS IN THE UK EMOBILITYNORWAY.COM/

Style by Mary Michele
34. Deanna Kuempel on Finding the Courage to Start Over

Style by Mary Michele

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 42:38


Deanna Kuempel's story is one of struggle, determination, fortitude, faith – and fashion. Born & raised in the Chicagoland area and she studied Business & Accounting at Harper College. She went on to become an entrepreneur, simultaneously running 4 different businesses and closing multi-million dollar contracts. In 2013, Deanna's best friend and husband Richard became critically ill, and they set out on a very difficult battle with his health… one that was all too soon lost. Following open heart surgery and in need of a kidney transplant, Deanna dedicated herself to caring for her husband. Serving as a caregiver in those final days of Richard's life was a true awakening for Deanna. In an instant, she realized the preciousness of this one life we are given, and that we all must live out our legend. After Richard died, Deanna was forced to start over. She always had a passion for fashion and in 2017, embraced the mantra be yourself – be fierce – be fashion by launching the Deanna Marie Label. She designed, produced and launched 3 collections over the course of a few years and was named a finalist for Style Chicago's Design Challenge Presented by Cadillac. In 2019 Deanna read an article on how to start a podcast and just decided to go for it. Having overcome much abuse & trauma she decided on the name Label Free. Label Free Podcast, a show that highlights stories of people breaking free of the confines of societal labels to live a life that is truly fulfilling. In this episode you'll discover: How dressing well helped Deanna to reclaim her power during a difficult time What it means to live label-free How to find the courage to start over after loss How clothes can help you shift your mindset Be sure to share this with a friend! And don't forget to leave me a review. Merci.�� Join me for a free MasterClass and discover The Secret Power of Color: https://stylefinder.clickfunnels.com/the-secret-power-of-color Connect with Deanna here: www.labelfreepodcast.com www.instagram.com/labelfreepodcast www.facebook.com/labelfreepodcast www.facebook.com/deanna.kuempel.9 www.linkedin.com/in/deanna-kuempel/ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC5t_ELs5dkqBxa0DLxegKsw Follow me on Instagram: @stylebymarymichele Follow me on Tiktok: @stylebymarymichele Join the StyleFinder School of Style: https://sfschoolofstyle.com/join49186980 Connect with me on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/stylefindervipgroup Shop our boutique: https://shopstylefinder.com/ Download the StyleFinder APP for iPhone: https://apps.apple.com/us/app/stylefinder-boutique/id1525834450 Download the StyleFinder APP for Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.CSstylefinder.android&hl=en_US&gl=US

The BluzNdaBlood Blues Radio Show
The BluzNdaBlood Show #369, Halloween Blues!

The BluzNdaBlood Blues Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 64:48


Intro Song – Zac Harmon, “Deal With The Devil”, Long As I Got My Guitar First Set –Johnny Burgin, “Pumpkin's Boogie”, No Border BluesEric Hughes Band, “Zombie Song”, Paycheck Boogie Guitar Shorty, “Smokie the Ghost”, Trying to Find My Way Back Second Set –Eddie Martin, “Zombie Attack”, Looking Forward Looking Back Roomful of Blues, “Phone Zombies”, In A Roomful Of BluesSmiling Jack Smith, “Zombie Love”, This Blue Before Third Set – WIB Kara Grainger, “Living With Your Ghost”, Living With Your GhostCandye Kane, “Walkin', Talkin' Haunted House”, Sister Vagabond Paula Harris, “Haunted”, Speakeasy Fourth Set – James Cotton, Johnny Winter, Muddy Waters, “Dealin' with the Devil”, Breakin' It Up & Breakin' It DownWatermelon Slim & The Workers, “Devil's Cadillac”, Watermelon Slim & The WorkersMississippi Heat, “Ghost Daddy”, Handyman Delta Highway, “Devil Had A Woman”, The Devil Had A Woman

Founders
Hard Drive: Bill Gates and The Making of the Microsoft Empire

Founders

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 36:58


What I learned from reading Hard Drive: Bill Gates and The Making of the Microsoft Empire by James Wallace and Jim Erickson.Sign up to listen to the rest of this episode and get lifetime access to every full episode. You will: Immediately unlock 218 full length episodes that are available no where else.Get access to every future episode.Learn from history's greatest entrepreneurs and apply their ideas to your work.Tap this link on a mobile device so you can install your private podcast feed into your favorite podcast player. It takes less than 30 seconds to set up. If you prefer to subscribe monthly you can do that here. You will learn the key insights from biographies on Steve Jobs, Elon Musk, John D. Rockefeller, Coco Chanel, Andrew Carnegie, Enzo Ferrari, Estee Lauder, Jeff Bezos, Warren Buffett, Charlie Munger, Phil Knight, Joseph Pulitzer, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Alexander Graham Bell, Bill Gates, P.T. Barnum, Edwin Land, Henry Ford, Walter Chrysler, Thomas Edison, David Ogilvy, Ben Franklin, Howard Hughes, George Lucas, Levi Strauss, Walt Disney and so many more. You will learn from the founders of Nike, Patagonia, Apple, Microsoft, Hershey, General Motors, Ford, Standard Oil, Polaroid, Home Depot, MGM, Intel, Federal Express, Wal Mart, JP Morgan, Chrysler, Cadillac, Oracle, Hyundai, Seagram, Berkshire Hathaway, Teledyne, Adidas, Les Schwab, Renaissance Technologies, IKEA, Sony, Ferrari, and so many more. WHAT OTHER PEOPLE ARE SAYING:“Without a doubt, the highest value-to-cost ratio I've taken advantage of in the last year is the Founders podcast premium feed. Tap into eons of knowledge and experiences, condensed into digestible portions. Highly, highly recommend. “Uniquely outstanding. No fluff and all substance. David does an outstanding job summarizing these biographies and hones in on the elements that make his subjects so unique among entrepreneurs. I particularly enjoy that he focuses on both the founder's positive and negative characteristics as a way of highlighting things to mimic and avoid.”“I just paid for my first premium podcast subscription for Founders podcast. Learning from those who came before us is one of the highest value ways to invest time. David does his homework and exponentially improves my efficiency by focusing on the most valuable lessons.”“I haven't found a better return on my time and money than your podcast for inspiration and time-tested wisdom to help me on my journey.“I've now listened to every episode. From this knowledge I've doubled my business to $500k a year. Love your passion and recommend your podcast to everyone.”“Founders is the only podcast I pay for and it's worth 100x the cost.”“I have listened to many podcasts on entrepreneurship (HIBT, Masters of Scale, etc.) and find Founders to be consistently more helpful than any other entrepreneurship podcast. David is a craftsperson, he carefully reads biographies of founders, distills the most important anecdotes and themes from their life, and draws commonalities across lives. David's focus is rightfully not on teaching you a formula to succeed but on constantly pushing you to think different.”“I highly highly recommend this podcast. Holy cow. I've been binge listening to these and you start to see patterns across all these incredible humans.”Listening to your podcast has changed my life and that is not a statement I make often.“After one episode I quickly joined the Misfit feed. Love the insight and thoughts shared along the way. David loves what he does and it shines through on the podcast. Definitely my go-to podcast now.”“It is worth every penny. I cannot put into words how fantastic this podcast is. Just stop reading this and get the full access.”“Personally it's one of my top 3 favorite podcasts. If you're into business and startups and technology, this is for you. David covers good books and I've come to really appreciate his perspective. Can't say enough good things.”“I quickly subscribed and it's honestly been the best money I've spent all year. It has inspired me to read biographies. Highly recommend.”“This is the most inspirational and best business podcast out there. David has inspired me to focus on biographies rather than general business books. I'm addicted.”“Anyone interested in business must find the time to listen to each any every Founders podcast. A high return on investment will be a virtual certainty. Subscribe and start listening as soon as possible.”“David saves you hundreds of hours by summarizing bios of legendary business founders and providing valuable insight on what makes an individual successful. He has introduced me to many founders I would have never known existed.”“The podcasts offer spectacular lessons on life, human nature and business achievement. David's enthusiasm and personal thoughts bring me joy. My journey has been enhanced by his efforts.”"Founders is the best self investment that I've made in years."GET LIFETIME ACCESS TO FOUNDERSIf you prefer to subscribe monthly you can do that here.