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Best podcasts about cold stone

Latest podcast episodes about cold stone

Talking Catholic
Mary Rowan

Talking Catholic

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2022 55:30


[Producers Note: This episode is not an ad for Cold Stone Creamery, however, we started talking to our guest about her store and, well, you're going to learn a lot about the business :) However, don't miss our conversation with our guest about her spirituality and how it's buoyed her during the tough times.] We love to highlight Catholic business owners. We love it even more if they own a place of business that serves food and they have us sample their products on air! On this episode of Talking Catholic, co-hosts Mike Walsh and Kari Janisse, got to sample one of their favorite desserts - ice cream - as they interview Cold Stone Creamery franchise owner, Mary Rowan. Mary shares about her faith journey and how opening this unique shop helped her deepen her faith! During the conversation, Mary opened her heart and her ice cream gallons to Mike and Kari.    Visit Mary at her Cold Stone located at 2530 Aramingo Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19125. Listen to Talking Catholic everywhere podcasts can be found, at https://talking.catholicstarherald.org/show/talking-catholic, or catch us on Domestic Church Media radio Sundays at 11 AM or Mondays at 4 PM domesticchurchmedia.org. Follow us on... Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TalkingCatholic Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/talkingcatholic Twitter: https://twitter.com/talkingcatholic

Doughboys
Cold Stone Nintendo with Heather Anne Campbell and Matt Apodaca

Doughboys

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 101:49 Very Popular


 Heather Anne Campbell and Matt Apodaca (Get Played/Get Anime'd) join the 'boys to discuss their favorite Nintendo franchises and Lunchables before a review of Cold Stone's new Nintendo flavors. Plus, a special edition of Slop Quiz.   Want more Doughboys? Check out our Patreon!: https://patreon.com/doughboysSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Dave Chang Show
Seafood Shacks, Magical Food Temperatures, and Going Down the Coffee Rabbit Hole

The Dave Chang Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 65:16 Very Popular


A Cometeer-fueled trip to the Codfish State has Dave buzzing with new discoveries about how to make familiar things just a little bit better—and how to make the modern-day airport experience a good bit worse. Also covered: what to eat near Gloucester, Joe Versus the Volcano, Spider-Tracers, a shout-out to Claud, Tristar strawberries, Jimmy Nardellos, gourmet Cold Stone, Dave becoming a coffee taster, making miso in Kyoto, three-buck Chardonnay, Wrigley's gum, haddock bites, sublime Rhode Island chowder, and Dave Chang's seafood shack commandments. Hosts: Dave Chang and Chris Ying Producer: Sasha Ashall Additional Production: Jordan Bass and Lala Rasor Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

TK's Juicy Pod
Jake Miller - How To Utilize TikTok In The Music Industry, Touring & Becoming An Independent Artist

TK's Juicy Pod

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 67:39


This week on Making Moves, TK is joined by singer, and songwriter, Jake Miller! They talk about his journey from FL to LA, his humble beginnings at Coldstone, and how he became the Independent artist he is today! Follow Jake: @jakemiller Jake's Single/Video 8 Tattoos out now - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fcNvwVkstSE 8 Tattoos Tour - tickets available jakemiller.com/tour  Follow the Podcast on Insta: @makingmovespod_ Follow Taylor: @tksjuicypolls Thanks to my Sponsors: Continue your credit journey with Chime. Get started at chime.com/tk. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Read and Write with Natasha
How this author found an agent and published a novel at 15 years old

Read and Write with Natasha

Play Episode Play 27 sec Highlight Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 41:40


Hear the story of Sarah Humphreys, who achieved what many writers struggle to do: Find an agent and get a publishing deal when she was only 15 years old.You can get her book Cold Stone  here.********************************************Connect with me:

Rico Brogna
Cold Stone Wilmer Flores

Rico Brogna

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 21:30


Talking about what's to come over the next few days regarding trade deadline, we take a deeper dive at a teammate of Wilmer Flores. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Made Up Movies
Ep. 20: Bobby

Made Up Movies

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 81:26


Mike and Matt review a documentary about bobby pins that takes some surprising true crime turns. Join us for a discussion of hallucinogenic hair-ties, unfortunate Cold Stone experiences, and a serial killer who uses bobby pins to murder his victims. This submission comes from Amanda Kolar. Have a fake movie for us to review? Tweet the title and premise to us @madeupmoviespod. Shore's Main Twitter: @shorester Shore's Gaming Twitter: @shorestergamer Cold Stone Nintendo Ice Cream: https://nintendowire.com/news/2022/07/07/cold-stone-creamery-debuts-nintendo-themed-ice-cream-flavors-hosts-sweepstakes-for-switch-oled/

The Madoian's and Friends
#97 - Cold Stone The Musical

The Madoian's and Friends

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 30:05


In this episode, Alex and Mike talk about, NPC encounters, bankers hours, Cold Stone Creamery The Musical, road signs, and Dominoes Mind Ordering. Shop Our Merch: https://teespring.com/stores/the-madoians-and-friends-shop Social Media https://www.instagram.com/themadoiansandfriends/ https://www.instagram.com/madoian93/ https://www.instagram.com/mikemadoian5/ https://soundcloud.com/doibeats/sets/the-madoians-and-friends https://www.tiktok.com/@themadoiansandfriends?

The Kluck Index
July 11 2022

The Kluck Index

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2022 4:26


There are a ton of people going to family reunions, Cold Stone is going after our hearts, Thor is a huge deal and we brought up the Menendez brothers! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Ferret64
God of War Ragnarok, E3 coming back in 2023, Skull & Bones, Lollipop Chainsaw Remake, + More

Ferret64

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 10, 2022 65:18


Hello and welcome to this episode of Ferret64 with me, YemmytheFerret! This episode covers news between 7-4 and 7-10-22 including: Klonoa Phantasy Reverie Series, Hypercharge Unboxed, Fall Guys, Neon White, Card Shark, God of War Ragnarok release date, E3 is coming back, Forspoken delayed, lollipop chainsaw remake revealed, Games with Gold dropping 360 games, Nintendo x Cold Stone, Skull & Bones officially revealed, Psychonauts 2, Fogun, Cursed to Golf, The Lord of the Rings: Gollum, RoboCop: Rogue City, and more! Thanks for listening on all platforms! Song in the intro and outro: Night Shade - Adhesive Wombat. Timestamps: 00:35 - Intro, 01:32 - What I've Been Playing, 28:57 - Video Game News, 45:10 - Coming Soon

PokeProblemsPodcast

Episode 237: the Hitmontop episode of the PokeProblemsPodcast! Pokemon Go is jam packed for July! Pokemon Go has been GOING for 6 years!!! The Pokémon GO Anniversary Event is going on through July 12, 2022, and that includes Battle Weekend! July 17 is Community Day: Starly. Ultra Beasts will be here for everyone soon! Buzzwole will be appearing during Pokémon GO Fest Seattle From Friday, July 22, 2022, to Sunday, July 24, 2022. In Pokémon Masters EX, N & Zoroark are here until July 16, 2022. New holowears in Pokemon Unite! And we are all waiting for the Unite first anniversary! The celebration is already starting in-game with giveaways. Plus, Unite has been nominated for Esports Mobile Game of the Year! It's time to begin our lesson! What do you mean the school year is almost over? Professor Style: Slowbro is now available in #PokemonUNITE! pic.twitter.com/5AffhzQwsL— Pokémon UNITE (@PokemonUnite) July 4, 2022 We're honored that #PokemonUNITE is nominated for Esports Mobile Game of the Year! 🤩Vote for #UNITEesports at: https://t.co/mPSW9Qgixv https://t.co/dek09zBV2n— Pokémon UNITE Championship Series (@UniteEsports) July 1, 2022 In Pokemon Legends Arceus, get the Hisuian Baneful Mask (Shiny) for free through Mystery Gift! In Pokemon TCG... This is just a cool extra... read stories based on Pokemon TCG illustrations. Plus, check out a hilarious joke deck! This madman entered the Pokémon TCG North American International Championship with a 60 card deck made purely of novelty jumbo cards. The judges debated and ruled it was legal because card size is not specified in the rules.😂 pic.twitter.com/82qwN2UAuY— Joshua Yehl (@JoshuaYehl) June 24, 2022 Enjoy Pokémon: Advanced Challenge Episodes Added to Pokémon TV. Clothes for your real Pokemon Go avatar... Check out team clothes at the Pokemon Center! Pokemon and Nabisco Back to School is here! Miz Sylver bought the Graham Crackers & Ritz Bitz. There's an enormous inflatable Alolan Exeggutor in Japan's Miyazaki Bougainvillea Airport, along with a great pop-up shop! In Switch news, the upcoming Splatoon 3 OLED Switch looks INCREDIBLE. Rocket League is having its 7th anniversary event, "Birthday Ball", until July 19. Yes, Fall Guys for Switch is here! Monster Hunter Rise Sunbreak DLC is coming soon! More video game food... Super Nintendo World Coke! Kung Fu Tea Kirby! Cold Stone Nintendo, including Kirby! D&D Nerds! Let's take this game to the next level! 🎮 Our Dream Team of Nintendo® Creations for summer are here! 🤩🍦 🍨 The Mighty Pink Puff 🍓⭐Superstar Sprinkle Blast 🌈🎂🏝️ Island Getaway 🍫🍌🍓Available to order now on https://t.co/qnWte8vQ1d or in the Cold Stone® app! pic.twitter.com/rEFFRvCuI0— Cold Stone Creamery (@ColdStone) July 6, 2022 Miz Sylver made it for another visit at the Garcade! Inspired by @class hilarious #ishowspeed tweet... what @Pokemon would make the best firework?— PokeProblems (@pokemoncast) July 9, 2022 Thanks for listening! If you have any questions or comments, we want to hear from you. Tweet, email, or comment on the blog or Facebook to let us know! Follow @pokemoncastTweet!function(d,s,id){var js,fjs=d.getElementsByTagName(s)[0],p=/^http:/.test(d.location)?'http':'https';if(!d.getElementById(id)){js=d.createElement(s);js.id=id;js.src=p+'://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js';fjs.parentNode.insertBefore(js,fjs);}}(document, 'script', 'twitter-wjs');!function(d,s,id){var js,fjs=d.getElementsByTagName(s)[0],p=/^http:/.test(d.location)?'http':'https';if(!d.getElementById(id)){js=d.createElement(s);js.id=id;js.src=p+'://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js';fjs.parentNode.insertBefore(js,fjs);}}(document, 'script', 'twitter-wjs');

Trust Fall
Minisode : Checking In & What's Next!

Trust Fall

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 7, 2022 9:44


We're on a bit of a break for the Fourth of July but we made a quick stop (on the side of the road and in a Cold Stone parking lot) to check in and see what's next for the show. As always, send us your topics or episode ideas and we'll get to it! Don't let your drunk uncle start a fire this month! Thanks y'all! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

The Trance Library
Cold Stone vs. Hardwell Ft. Chris Jones - Reborn Young Again (Mr. Trancetive Mashup)

The Trance Library

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 7:02


Here's a brand new mashup for everyone who wanna feel young again.

Voices From The Eyrie: A Gargoyles Podcast
Voices From the Eyrie – 16 – Reawakening

Voices From The Eyrie: A Gargoyles Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 92:44


As we dive into the first season finale, Keith David (Goliath, himself!) joins us, alongside Greg Weisman, to discuss how he got into acting, taking on the role of Goliath, his involvement with the fandom; and bringing Goliath from a brooding pessimist just trying to survive back to a heroic protector who regains his optimism. We also discuss the casting of Michael Dorn as Coldstone, just how fargone Demona has become; and Greg's approach to... Continue reading

The Good, The Bad, and The Movies

Oh boy! If you liked "The Cat in the Hat" episode, you are in for a treat here, as this is one polarizing film. This week, the space sluts watched "Space Chimps". This animated movie follows several chimps from NASA and one circus chimp who is the grandson of a former NASA chimp, heading off into space and through a wormhole to encounter alien life that an unmanned probe has found. Along the way, these chimps realize the importance of friendships, trust, and the reality of animals working for humans. Sadly, the space sluts did not realize these things with such grace and dignity within our own group. This episode has everything, from Lukas drinking beers brought to you by Cold Stone, conversations about AIDS and the Casting Society of America, and what Gabagool actually is. Do the chimps actually discover alien life? What is a ham horn? And would a chimp make a good bomb defuser in Iraq? Tune in to find out all these questions and more, but only on "The Good, The Bad, & The Movies"! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/tgtbtm/message

The Mallory Bros Podcast
Episode 105 | ”The Upside Down”

The Mallory Bros Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 99:39 Very Popular


On this episode of the Mallory Bros. Podcast, the bros begin with a Salute to Fatherhood as they show love to fathers old and new, step fathers, and father figures. They then talk Juneteenth, and speak to controversy around whether we should or should not continue to celebrate the freeing of the Slaves as a holiday. Terrances takes center stage to speak vulnerably about substance abuse, and its affects. He gives us a window to his journey and words of encouragement for anybody who may potentially be battling the same thing. The fellas talk Squid Game, Terrell finally started Stranger Things. Terrell gets in his Brick and Mortar Leadership bag for a minute to address a recent clip that went viral behind an encounter at Cold Stone, and the guys close with the NBA Finals, and the NFL's new partnership with Lil Caesar's Pizza. 

George Wrighster Podcast by Unafraid Show
Wrighster Or Wrong - Jack Del Rio Fined $100K, LIV Golf, Geico $5.2M, Cold Stone, Warriors

George Wrighster Podcast by Unafraid Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 56:23


On today's episode of Wrighster or Wrong, George Wrighster and Ralph Amsden talk about Washington Commanders DC Jack Del Rio's January 6th "dust up" comments, and the $100,000 fine levied against him by Head Coach Ron Rivera. The PGA Tour has suspended all of the golfers that have chosen to participate in the Saudi government funded LIV Golf Tournament, what do the guys think about the fracture in golf? In today's Top 5 segment, George and Ralph give their Top 5 Bad Ass Action Movie Stars. Geico is forced to pay a 5+ million dollar claim for something you'll have to hear to believe. George asks for Ralph's take on a viral meltdown inside a Cold Stone Creamery. Last up on the show, have the Golden State Warriors gone soft? #fsrweekends  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Fox Sports Radio Weekends
Wrighster Or Wrong - Jack Del Rio Fined $100K, LIV Golf, Geico $5.2M, Cold Stone, Warriors

Fox Sports Radio Weekends

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 56:23


On today's episode of Wrighster or Wrong, George Wrighster and Ralph Amsden talk about Washington Commanders DC Jack Del Rio's January 6th "dust up" comments, and the $100,000 fine levied against him by Head Coach Ron Rivera. The PGA Tour has suspended all of the golfers that have chosen to participate in the Saudi government funded LIV Golf Tournament, what do the guys think about the fracture in golf? In today's Top 5 segment, George and Ralph give their Top 5 Bad Ass Action Movie Stars. Geico is forced to pay a 5+ million dollar claim for something you'll have to hear to believe. George asks for Ralph's take on a viral meltdown inside a Cold Stone Creamery. Last up on the show, have the Golden State Warriors gone soft? #fsrweekends  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Fan Morning Show
Crowley's scare, Dorin's Ice Cream!

The Fan Morning Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 15:42


Crowley was spooked by someone smoking a cigarette outside the building at 3:25 am. Crowley waited until the shady figure went inside before he walked into the station. Colin asked if we prefer hard or soft ice cream. Do you bite ice cream or slurp the tip? Phrasing. Dorin worked at Cold Stone growing up and had to sing a song to the Wisconsin coaching staff when they were in on a recruiting visit. 

Jubal's Phone Taps
Phone Tap: Cold Stone Screamery

Jubal's Phone Taps

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 6:04


We're calling the manager of an ice cream store and telling her somehow, someway, we've gotten our tongue stuck to the frozen granite and we need assistance.

Live 95.5
Coldstone Screamery

Live 95.5

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 4:52


Coldstone Screamery by Live 95.5

Brooke and Jubal
Phone Tap: Cold Stone Screamery

Brooke and Jubal

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 6:04


We're calling the manager of an ice cream store and telling her somehow, someway, we've gotten our tongue stuck to the frozen granite and we need assistance.

cold stone phone tap brooke and jeffrey
Something Good For Ya
Episode 118 - Paul Bunyan Was A Kaiju

Something Good For Ya

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 8, 2022 88:04


Lots of big changes are coming to our world! Morrison is moving to Charlotte, Cap's moving in with his girlfriend and recording in Muscle Shoals AL, and Mikey is leaving The Fill Ins. We take a moment up top to discuss these changes and what the future will look like. We also end up doing an “EITHER OR” roundtable game, riff on 90s bro country, bad Bill Clinton impersonations that never get old, Alex's strict rules for what makes a “grilled cheese”, and Chris hates Cold Stone.ARTIST: The Summer HolidaySONG: Subway DreamsListen to other shows on the SOMETHING GOOD NETWORK: https://linktr.ee/somethinggoodnetwork Join our Discord: https://discord.gg/Ge53Nu9SGFY Spotify Music Playlist: goo.gl/XemDeL

Jay Towers in the Morning
Allyson's Account Was Hacked

Jay Towers in the Morning

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 4, 2022 48:24


People were getting messages about a grant from 'Allyson's Facebook' over the weekend. Peeps ice cream is coming to Cold Stone just in time or Easter. Alan Longstreet is back from spring break. Find out where he went and what he did.

SHE 100.3 Flash Briefing
So much stuff coming out today...

SHE 100.3 Flash Briefing

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 1, 2022 1:25


Omaha Steaks releasing new roll on perspirants in new scents, Bud Seltzer is coming out with a Bridgerton themed pack, and Peeps lovers rejoice because Duke's Mayo and Coldstone have new Peeps flavors!!! APRIL FOOLS (Except the Coldstone one)

Land Academy Show
Land Academy Membership vs Owning a Franchise (LA 1729) RERUN

Land Academy Show

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 29, 2022 21:57


Land Academy Membership vs Owning a Franchise (LA 1729) RERUN Transcript: Steven Butala: Steve and Jill here. Jill DeWit: Hello. Steven Butala: Welcome to the Land Academy Show, entertaining land investment talk. I'm Steven Jack Butala. Jill DeWit: And I'm Jill Dewitt broadcasting from awesome Scottsdale, Arizona. Steven Butala: Today. Jill and I talk about Land Academy membership versus owning a franchise couldn't be more different. Jill DeWit: But sounds like, well, hey, wait a minute though, well, Land Academy to be an investor, right? So it's really kind of about being an investor versus this business... What business do you want to be in? You want to be an investor, which is what we teach you how to do and set you up for, versus owning a franchise, which is kind of, they teach you how to run, let's just say it's Cold Stone Creamery. You even go to Cold Stone school, and then you have your business. But there's a lot of different things going on. Steven Butala: We teach you how to get free, and autonomous, and independent, and happy and done. We don't have our hooks in you forever, like, let's say, Cold Stone. Jill DeWit: Well, we'll talk about that because I made a list and you're tying into my list. I'm trying to just state the facts, man. Steven Butala: I'm not talking about you. Jill DeWit: Okay. Steven Butala: I just, I'm not a huge franchise fan. Jill DeWit: No kidding. Steven Butala: 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. Jill DeWit: I'm here to tell you, truth time, there's one and only one franchise this person likes to go to, and it's Wendy's. Steven Butala: Just because I want to eat for free? Jill DeWit: No, just the chilies. No, not because you want to eat for free, I'm here... it's truth time. You're like, "I don't like that, I don't like... " You don't like the franchise, anything, but you're like, "I do like Wendy's Chili." How's that? Okay. Steven Butala: Let's see. If you had a franchise, it would be a Zales Jewelry or something. Jill DeWit: No. What would my franchise be? Oh, Nordstrom. Steven Butala: Yeah, that's for sure. Jill DeWit: Well, it's not a franchise- Steven Butala: I know, I know. Neither is Zales- Jill DeWit: Oh yeah- Steven Butala: ... I'm just joking around. Jill DeWit: I don't know what my... Maybe subway? No. I have to think about that. Jill DeWit: Okay. Herbert asks, "Hello. I know this isn't our typical vacant land leasing, single family convo, but I would like some help clarifying some things, and figured what better place to gain information about this topic than from our super knowledgeable and amazing group here at Land Investors?" Jill DeWit: Okay. Herbert, are you trying to get brownie points? Because you're winning. It's working. Jill DeWit: All right. I'm pretty new to real estate in general, never owning a home before. So I'd like your advice on the process slash plan of action for acquiring a four unit, multi-family property to serve as a primary residence. I plan to purchase the four units by using an either FHA or FHA 203(k) loan to renovate, and then live here in Miami, Florida. Jill DeWit: My questions are, number one. Am I correct to assume that our direct mail approach to acquiring real estate is also the best way to acquire my first multi-family deal for a primary residence? Steven Butala: Yes. Jill DeWit: What are some of the differences in the approach that I should be aware of? Jill DeWit: Number two. Will House Academy teach me how to acquire multi-families as well as single families? Steven Butala: Yes. Jill DeWit: Steven. Ready. Go. Steven Butala: Yes, but I have to tell you, I think you're on the wrong path here. Jill DeWit: Ah, uh-oh. Well, like you said, Herbert, you really want to pick the brain from the knowledgeable, amazing group here at Land Investors. And one was going to really pick apart your thing, and I'm sure he's right.

Pro Wrestling Podcast Podcast
Stone Cold! Stone Cold! Stone Cold! Week of Mar 6 - Mar 12

Pro Wrestling Podcast Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 13, 2022 76:54


This week on the Pro Wrestling Podcast Podcast: - CM Punk SHOOTS on ROH and WWE Network - Stone Cold Steve Austin return at WrestleMania is OFFICIAL! - Eric Bischoff SHOOTS on Tony Khan buying ROH - Bret VS Shawn - MVP on meeting Freddie Prinze Jr backstage in WWE - Lita on return and working more matches Listen each and every week as host Seth Grimes breaks down the best highlights from all of your favorite pro wrestling podcasts. The Pro Wrestling Podcast Podcast is a clip show reviewing everything going on outside the ring in the world of professional wrestling. From all the top podcasts to YouTube shows and media interviews. It's Talk Soup meets Pro Wrestling podcasts Follow Seth Grimes on: Twitter @sethgrimesmedia Facebook /sethgrimesmedia TikTok @sethgrimesmedia YouTube.com/unitedunderworldmedia paypal.me/unitedunderworld Contact Me: sethgrimesxiii@gmail.com Seth Grimes is an independent Author, Podcaster, Rapper, Host, Pundit, Journalist, Graphic Designer, Editor, Content Producer, and Hulkamaniac BROTHER! A United Underworld Media production Fair Use Copyright notice: This video contains unauthorized clips from other content providers which we do not own nor do we claim to own or have created. Nor do we have permission to use. Any clips or other copyright protected content in this video are strictly for the use of parody, reporting, critiquing, or review, legal under section 107 of the Copyright Act otherwise known as the Fair Use Act “the fair use of a copyrighted work […] for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching (including multiple copies for classroom use), scholarship, or research, is not an infringement of copyright.” View US Copyright Act section 107 Fair Use Act here: https://www.copyright.gov/title17/92chap1.html#107 --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/prowrestlingpodcast/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/prowrestlingpodcast/support

Foodies Reviewing Movies
S1 EP34: The Princess Bride

Foodies Reviewing Movies

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 15, 2022 52:14


It's our Valentine's Day episode and what's the best way to celebrate? With some sweet eats and a classic movie treat of course!  In this episode, Kali welcomes Coli back to the studio for her first full length episode to review one of her favorite movies - The Princess Bride. The ladies chew on Fairy Tale Brownies & give the scoop on Cold Stone's peanut butter cups. Bon appetite, friends!  *Sound effect courtesy of kiddpark on Freesound.org

Docs Outside The Box - Ordinary Doctors Doing Extraordinary Things
Why this doctor owns franchise Cold Stone and Subway stores - and loves it! #267

Docs Outside The Box - Ordinary Doctors Doing Extraordinary Things

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 15, 2022 34:23


We're talking to Dr. Melva Pinn-Bingham, who is a board-certified radiation oncologist, and owner of 2 Cold Stone Creameries and a Subway restaurant. She's on the show today to discuss why owning franchises is a tool she and her husband use to build wealth. Prior to this episode, I didn't have the best opinion of the franchising business. I have to admit, after talking to her, I am more open to this business model. Let's say I'm keeping notes now.    Things you'll learn in this episode: Dr. Melva's entire ownership portfolio Why she prefers Cold Stone over Subway and most other franchises Is owning a store difficult especially with managing teenage employees? How she was selling donuts at Duke University home basketball games Does being a doctor have to dictate your personality?   Connect with Dr. Melva: Personal Page: https://www.facebook.com/docmelva/ Business Page: https://www.facebook.com/doctormelva/ Fb Group:https://www.facebook.com/groups/1codecollective The One Percent Code Podcast    WATCH THIS EPISODE ON YOUTUBE! https://www.youtube.com/drniidarko   JOIN MY COMMUNITY Text PODCAST to 833-230-2860   Twitter: @drniidarko Instagram: @drniidarko Email: team@drniidarko.com   Podcasting Course: www.docswhopodcast.com Merch: https://docs-outside-the-box.creator-spring.com

Lactic Acid with Dominique Smith
Episode 9: Four-time Olympian Kara Winger talks the javelin, the outdoors, fishing, Cold Stone Ice Cream and more

Lactic Acid with Dominique Smith

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 1, 2022 60:36


Four-time Olympian Kara Winger talks the javelin, the outdoors, fishing, Cold Stone Ice Cream, being voted captain and carrying the flag at the closing ceremony at the Tokyo Olympics and more. This episode is sponsored by the Paper Trails Greeting Company. Use the code LACTICACID for 15% off your purchase. Visit the https://www.papertrailsgreetingco.com Be sure to follow Lactic Acid on the following platforms: Official Website: https://www.lacticacidpodcast.org YouTube: Lactic Acid Podcast with Dominique Smith Twitter: Lacticacid_pod Instagram: Lacticacidpodcast TikTok: Lacticacidpodcast

20 Minutes of Banter
307: Cold Stone Steve Creamery

20 Minutes of Banter

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 31, 2022 23:52


The continuum of sandwich violence, help me step-Ginsburg, and Maus: furry gateway drug.

The Tournament Podcast
Best Ice Cream Flavor: Bracket Results

The Tournament Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2021 28:14


For the last time, we'll say: When it's ice cream weather, get the gang back together. We're happy we got you back together for another crazy tournament.On this episode, we discuss each ice cream match up in depth, telling you which ones won and lost each round and by how much. Tangents include but aren't limited to: the days of yore when we used to order Coldstone delivery, values-based decision making, and, icons of Americana itself, The Beach Boys *Ebmaj-->Bbmaj*. ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★

The Tournament Podcast
Best Ice Cream Flavor: Bracket Reveal

The Tournament Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2021 50:21


I scream. You scream. We ALLLLLL scream for ice cream!On this week's episode, we break down sixteen classic flavors of ice cream and ask you which one is the best. Tangents include but are not limited to: James Spader's teenage years with JFK Jr., the time we saw Styx, and of course, America's Band The Beach Boys *Eb-->Bbmaj*Sweet Sixteen: Monday 9/20Elite Eight: Tuesday 9/21Final Four: Wednesday 9/22Championship: Thursday 9/23Winner revealed on the new episode on 9/24 ;)And the link to vote? Scoop it right here, bbs. ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★

The Winning Rotation Podcast
Cold Stone Creations

The Winning Rotation Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2021 48:19


Video available on YouTube. The homie Steezburger joins us to build Cold Stone orders. Curious about the format of the show? Head to winningrotation.com Social Media: Twitter: @winningrotation Instagram: @winning_rotation Podcast artwork by Anthony Seeburger (IG: @steeezburger_)

Moore Time

What do sandwiches have to do with anything? Well in this episode you'll find out how sandwiches led to today's topic.Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/Mooretimecoffee)

The Rage and Pillage Podcast
#25: Cold Stone Steve Austin: Part 2 (Feat.@chefgenitals)

The Rage and Pillage Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2021 124:27


Part 2 of the Epic Genitals Podcast!

But I'm Still A Good Person by Vince Nicholas
Taste Test - Cold Stone and McDonald's

But I'm Still A Good Person by Vince Nicholas

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2021 81:55


Plus, West Sac Best Eats dined at Jefferson Bar and Grill with our parents.

The Rage and Pillage Podcast
#25: Cold Stone Steve Austin: Part 1 (Feat.@chefgenitals)

The Rage and Pillage Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2021 126:02


This week Burley is joined by the one and only Chef Genitals. They talk Pizza, Insane Clown Posse, and Being swallowed by a whale. 

Culture Crush Business Podcast
012: Trusting and Agile: Chocolate Soup and Assembly – Making Sure that Employee Recognition Comes First

Culture Crush Business Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 3, 2021 59:28


This episode of Culture Crush focused on the conversation of employee recognition. We were able to highlight two great individuals leading two employee recognition companies. Dan Silivestru with Chocolate Soup and Jonathan Fields with Assembly provided insight into the need for company recognition to the employees as we way that can increase company culture, brand recognition, and increase engagement and retention of the staff. Their two companies compliment each other with the support they give to employee recognition. Assembly allows the employees the opportunity to provide recognition to their peers while Chocolate Soup allows the leadership team to provide recognition to the employees on all of their special days. 85% OF HR LEADERS SAY EMPLOYEE RECOGNITION PROGRAMS ENHANCE THEIR ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE. 79% OF EMPLOYEES SAY THEY WOULD BE MORE LOYAL TO THEIR EMPLOYERS IF THEY RECEIVED MORE RECOGNITION. This episode is great for all listeners. We can all connect with working for a company with a good culture or a bad culture, so we can all connect to the discussion of employee recognition as well. We encourage company leaders to listen to this episode to gain two new resources that are designed to help employee recognition and therefore the overall health of the company culture. These two resources can drastically help improve the engagement of the staff by showing them the recognition they need. Chocolate Soup was born out of a sheer passion for building great company culture in support of happy, caring, and respectful teams. They're here to help companies of all sizes discover the power of radical generosity, surprise and delight by recognizing important employee milestones with expertly curated, personal gifts. Chocolate Soup offers a subscription-based employee recognition program that delivers beautifully curated gift boxes filled with treats and gifts. Companies can recognize their employees' work anniversaries, birthdays, children and pet birthdays and more. They also offer custom gift boxes for company events or for unique milestones including weddings and new home purchases. Chocolate Soup lives and breathes employee happiness! Dan Silivestru is the co-founder and CEO of Chocolate Soup. A life-long entrepreneur, Dan and his partner Pj Lowe have founded three previous startups, selling TinyHippos to RIM (BlackBerry) in 2011. Their experience closing down their last startup, bitHound, gave them the idea for Chocolate Soup and its mission to help companies with employee recognition, engagement, and retention through beautifully curated, locally sourced gift boxes. In addition to running Chocolate Soup, Dan also serves on the board of several startups and mentors early-stage founders with their startups. Follow Chocolate Soup on LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Assembly is an employee recognition and rewards solution that ensure employees feel appreciated and acknowledged for their hard work. Jonathan Fields started his career in investment banking. After one short year he realized that his efforts were not truly valued and wanted to work in a more collaborative environment. Jonathan joined a small startup called ZipRecruiter as the 15th employee. The company went on to grow to over 1,000 employees and recently went public. After 7 amazing years at ZipRecruiter Jonathan realized he wanted to better the employee experience and make work more efficient so he went on to build Assembly. In the past year Assembly has grown over 3,000% and continues to better work life culture in this changing environment. Jonathan is an avid golfer, lives in Marina Del Rey with his fiance Eliana and has a mini golden doodle named Charlie. Jonathan also has a very immature sense of humor and is obsessed with Coldstone. Follow Assembly on LinkedIn.  

The Bald Monkeys Network
The Stack with Val Pancakes - Cold Stone Tim Boston

The Bald Monkeys Network

Play Episode Listen Later May 28, 2021 114:47


We're back with another episode of The Stack with Val Pancakes.  Tonight she welcomed wrestler and talented artist Cold Stone Tim Boston!  They shared tons of stories including Chicken Pants!  Listen in as there's a lot of laughs and even some circus peanuts! Go Follow Tim Boston @CS_TimBoston on Twitter & Instagram! Find Val Pancakes on twitter at: @ValPancakes Find the Bald Monkeys at: Twitter: @TheBaldMonkeys @TBMCaptChuckles @TBMChristopher @TBMDaBoss @TBMKreamyK Twitch: twitch.tv/TheBaldMonkeys Find more at: linktr.ee/BMWP

Whatever Whatever
22: No, no, no fingerprints

Whatever Whatever

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2021 135:14


On this weeks episode: Coldstone is apparently a thing again Meryl Streep, we are sorry! How Justin is really asking for it And if you're dining with Mike, make sure you tell him how broke you are before the check comes All this and more on Whatever Whatever Follow us on social media FB page: http://facebook.com/Whatever-Whatever-100483835182809 IG page: http://instagram.com/whatever.whatevercjm?igshid=tniqrddz738f --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/cjmwhateverwhatever/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/cjmwhateverwhatever/support

MCW Geeks Podcast
4: Stone Cold! Stone Cold! Stone Cold!

MCW Geeks Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 5, 2021 133:36


Join Mike and Kevin with their guest Andrew Husvar from the Major World Order podcast while we discuss a little bit of comics and a whole lot of Stone Cold Steve Austin.

Somewhat Intelligent Conversations

So many flavors of covid to choose from!!! If you have question or just want to say Hi, or fuck you guys you can reach us at SomewhatIntelligentconversations@mail.com Every Sunday 11am central on https://www.twitch.tv/coldsteelcreation https://Somewhatintelligentconversations https://twitter.com/Somewhatintelligentconversations You can see other content at https://www.instagram.com/greatwhiteoakmedia/ https://www.coldsteelcreation.com --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/somewhat-intelligent/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/somewhat-intelligent/support

Good Stuf with Rob and Nick
Birthday Cake Oreos

Good Stuf with Rob and Nick

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 2, 2021 48:50


Rob and Nick review birthday cake oreos! It's basically Rob's birthday so he gives lots of shoutouts to his friends and favorite things. Nick reminisces about Coldstone. Also, it's time for us to unpack the cultural event that is "Bean Dad." If you like us please be sure to subscribe on your favorite podcatcher and review us on itunes! Good Stuf is: Rob Mulligan Nick Pappas Theme by Kenny Gray

Quest for Adventure
Episode 49: Not the Stones You're Looking For

Quest for Adventure

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2020 107:38


Hilyp out da show, funnybums! Patreon: https://patreon.com/questforadventure Twitter: https://twitter.com/QuestforAd Facebook: https://facebook.com/questforad Recording Date: October 10th, 2020 Release Date: December 1st, 2020 Luke Stonewalker and Stone Solo infiltrate the Imperial base on Coldstone to rescue the princess. But the Emperor and Stone Vader have other plans. Music: John Williams - Star Wars Theme (8-Bit) John Williams - Imperial March (8-Bit) L'Orchestra Cinematique - The Mandalorian Theme (8-Bit) --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/questforadventure/message

Wet Jeans
Episode 103: Cold Stone Crematorium

Wet Jeans

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2020 49:12 Transcription Available


On this episode we mostly discuss thanksgiving stuff and then we come up with a great business plan to make a drive-thru crematorium so people can get dead peoples ashes on the go for a way cheaper price. It would be a killer deal. For an extra episode per week + our video show...join patreon.com/wetjeanspodcast for just $3.99 per month! This episode is brought to you by Kylecovers.com and Manscaped.com (20% off and free shipping with code WETJEANS on manscaped)FOLLOW US ON SOCIAL MEDIA IF YOU WANT:ANDY:twitter: @champagneanyoneinsta: @andychampsROB:twitter: @robbywgucciinsta: @robbywgucciWJ:twitter: @wetjeanspodinsta: @wetjeanspodcastSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/wetjeanspodcast)

The Caffeinated Christian
What do Roman Catholics actually believe? Part 1

The Caffeinated Christian

Play Episode Play 30 sec Highlight Listen Later Nov 14, 2020 43:52


In this episode the guys sit down with Father Justin and Father Rob to talk what Roman Catholics actually believe in.  We had a great episode and had our minds changed for the better on Catholicism. Be sure to keep an eye out for part 2.Our coffee of the week is from New Day Coffee Roasters it was so good we had to stop recording multiple times in order to get refills! Head over to https://www.newdaycoffeeroasters.com/ to get your own amazing coffee! Everyone, but Pastor Stephen who is lame, also recommends trying out The Cold Stone sweet cream coffee creamer with this coffee you won't regret it.  

Spelunkers Game Exploration Podcast
A Plague Tale : Innocence

Spelunkers Game Exploration Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2020 201:14


We are Tyler, Tom, Chris and Ryan and this is Spelunkers: A Game Exploration Podcast. This time around we are discussing the entirety of A Plague Tale: Innocence! Join us for our most in-depth discussion yet going deep into the rat infested, rot filled depths of France in the 1300's and find out what Dairy Queen and Cold Stone have to do with it! Big thanks to these lovely community members: Nubby who made our intro music, you can check out his band camp at https://disc0music.bandcamp.com/ and FlaminQueso who provided our outro music along with @hugoh2pixels for doing our awesome cover art check him out on IG https://www.instagram.com/hugoh2pixels/ We are big on community interaction so if you care to join us on any of our future game explorations you can give us a shout through email at spelunkerspodcast@gmail.com or jump in our discord server https://discord.gg/pnQsCYf. You can also watch us play games at twitch.tv/Spelunkers. Thank you for listening.

The Money Mindset Podcast
Episode 37: 3 Simple Tips to Transform Your Money Stress into Excitement!

The Money Mindset Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2020 34:05


Charissa talks about the 3 things she did to turn her money stress and fear into excitement so she could pay off her debt and put her husband through college debt free! Grab your freebie at changeyourfinances.com/easy Resources mentined in this episode: Paycheck Budget Spreadsheet: www.budgetsmadeeasy.com/spreadsheet The Millionaire Woman Next Door by Thomas Stanley (affiliate link) https://amzn.to/31SU2XO Full transcript: Welcome to the money mindset podcast, where you will find the inspiration and motivation. You need to manage your money better. So you can stress less as living the life you want with budgets and the money mindset podcast. And today we are talking to Charissa from www.changeyourfinances.com. And she's going to tell us all about three ways that she has changed, how she approaches money to get rid of the money stress. She has implemented these three tips to change the fear she had around money in to excitement. Now she gets to be excited about her finances, as well as her story about paying off her debt while putting her husband through college debt free. So let's jump into Karissa's interview. Hi Chris. Thank you so much for being with us today. Hey Ashley. You're welcome. Thank you so much for having me. I'm so excited to be here. I am so excited to talk to you about your not only your debt payoff journey and just how that has affected your life, but really about how you have turned that journey and those financial fears into confidence. And I know you've got some really cool freebies for my audience as well that we'll get to at the end, but before we jump into all of that, can you kind of just give us like a background on your story? Um, I know you paid off some debt and so if you want to just kind of give us a little bit of background about yourself. Sure, absolutely. Uh, I think it all started really at the grocery store and I was right next to the flour and chocolate chips and, you know, I was struggling to keep bacterias, uh, because I had counted out my groceries again, and I realized that overspent and I was just overcome like with, you know, why couldn't I make this work? And I felt like such a failure and all these things like money and budgeting really made me panic. I really didn't know what to do. So I was newly married and we both brought that into our marriage. I had my car loan and he had a student loan and his credit cards and it wasn't a lot, but the burden fell upon me as the sole provider. And I had a no regular income and I'm putting my husband through school and like, I didn't know what I was doing. And it was just so overwhelming for me, but you know, what if he decides all of this chaos is stress with my money that I had. I had this like dream in my heart to see my husband graduate debt free. Now I really didn't know how we were going to do this because like I said, money was super tight. Uh, the debt that we did have was 20% of my income that year. And I was trying to figure out how to pay off debt and how to manage my money and still pay for school, pay cash for school. So we didn't take on any more debt. Uh, I had seen my parents pay off their debt when I was in, I don't know, early teens or young teens preteens. And that made such an impact on me that I knew somehow was possible. I just didn't know how I could do it. So I stumbled along, um, best. I could just trying to make things work, trying to manage the money and trying to pay things off and, um, pay for school. And then one day, you know, a couple of years later I looked up, I was trying to match up all my receipts and do my budget and all that I looked at. And I realized if I could come up with a couple hundred dollars extra today, we could be debt free. So I called my husband in, I mean, it was his student loan. And so I made him, he didn't really know what he was doing, but I made them like click submit the payment because, uh, you know, it was system alone. And as I watched the, that balance dropped to zero, I didn't realize that that day, March 17th, 2010, which is kind of special because it's now March 17, 2020. Um, but that moment was such a defining moment in my life. And that's awesome. Yeah. I taught my 10th dad free anniversary and you know, like that has been such a pivotal point in my life that I celebrated every year. Um, because here's the thing like immediately afterwards, like I watched those numbers dropped to zero and I was expecting some like huge life changing, you know, I dunno something and it wasn't, it was just quiet. And we actually went up to celebrate that night on a gift card. We went to Coldstone celebrated with some ice cream, but as I headed into the summer with my slow work period, that's normal, slow. You know, I was completely struck by the fact that there's so much peace of mind, even though everything else about our situation hadn't changed. Money was still tight. A work was going to be slow. Um, we were paying for school, all those things. There was peace of mind. And so now I have to be honest, like at this point when I paid off my debt, I didn't like money at all. I still at like budgeting and that I had this, I had this bigger fear, Ashley and this fear the was being stuck in the same place. Uh, still stressed out, still overwhelmed and worried about money and not ever making the progress on the goals that I wanted. So I, that really drove me into figuring out how to handle money. God's way, how to, to be wise with my spending, how to do all those things. And so I ended up over the next few years, I turned around and saved up over $79,775 in Oh wow. My husband's school. Holy cow. That's awesome. Thank you. Yeah, it was, it was a huge thing. I didn't know, uh, how we were going to make it a lot of times, but you know, God provided it and we were all able to do that. And now I've lived at free for 10 years. And so then at that point, friends and family really started asking me like, Carissa, how did you pay off that so quickly? Uh, you know, how are you budgeting? How are you paying for school? And then they started asking if I could help them with their finances. And so it was at this point, I realized that, you know what, I have gone through something that's really big. And I now have a gift that I can take something as stressful and complicated as money can be, and I can really break it down into simple steps that get results. And so, uh, and that was probably a couple of years after becoming debt free. At that point, I just completely fell in love with budgeting. Um, it makes me so happy to talk about your money and talk about budgeting. And I also dedicated my life to helping other women overcome the same money struggles and gain financial peace with a biblical perspective so that they can have confidence with handling money. They can provide well for their families and they can impact their communities. And the methods I've taught have worked, which is so humbling. Um, I, the women I've worked with, uh, they've been able to stick to a budget, pay off tens of thousands of dollars in debt, and just a couple of years put money into savings and most importantly, gain confidence and peace of mind when it comes to money. And I'm just so amazed that the struggles that we went through and the trials that we went through, um, was a, has been used in that way to help other people. Yeah, that is amazing. Um, so whenever you decided that you were going to pay off your debt and pay cash for your husband's school, um, what were some of the things that you did to get there? Like what did you start doing at first? Uh, so at first, um, I just knew I wanted to pay off my car, so I really didn't have a plan on paying off debt. I feel like I just stumbled through paying it off. Um, I was paying minimum payments. I think I paid a little bit extra on my debt, but I really bounced around. I didn't have a plan. I didn't have a strategy. I just, uh, you know, somewhere in the back of my mind, I'm like, I want to see them graduate debt free now paying cash for school. That's something different. Like I really was intentional about, we lived very frugally, um, in a cheap apartment. Uh, we drove old cars that my husband kept fixing. I just worked and saved up as much money as I could for each semester. That's, that's amazing that you're able to do that. Um, what were some of the things that you did to, um, you know, save money, like, uh, grocery planning, a meal planning, or, you know, with your budget, anything like specific that you can, um, maybe tell somebody if they're thinking about doing that as well? Cause that's a lot of money to save. You know, most people don't think that they can save a thousand dollars, so to save over $70,000, that's a huge feat. So, um, what would you tell somebody that is just even wanting to save like a thousand dollars? Well, first of all, I mean, you have to remember, like it doesn't, I didn't go out trying to save $79,000. I was trying to say for the next semester. And so I'm breaking down a goal into smaller pieces. And what I've learned now is there's a couple of things, um, that to really have a plan for your money to be on a budget, which I know you love budgets. And, uh, because when I, when I'm control in control of my money and I have a plan for it, like, it really makes a difference because I am able to tell my money where to go and then I have extra money, you know? So if I, all my expenses are covered and then I have extra money, I am intentional about telling that money to go to savings. Then the other thing, like I close out my budget and I skim off anything that I didn't spend and I add that to it. But I think also, um, let me think, you know, I, I just, I think one of the big things that I came to with paying cash for school was the realization that you can't look at anybody else, um, for comparison because, you know, they have, you know, on social or whatever, you see all the fancy cars, the houses of vacation, whatever. But I had to come to a point where I'm like, I need to do what's best for my family. And if that means saying no to going out and buying whatever all my friends were doing, then I had to be okay with that because my family, I needed to provide for my family, I needed to put my husband through school and I was committed to not taking on any more debt at that point. So I had to do what was best for my family. And, you know, that became such a motivator for me. And it really freed me from, you know, like, Oh, I don't have this, Oh, I don't have that. I must be not as good of a person or good with my money. Like, no, it doesn't have anything to deal with that you have your goals and what's important to you. And like everyone is different everyone's situation is so different. Absolutely. And, um, how long did you save up this money? Cause some people may be thinking, Oh, well, that's great, but I don't make, you know, $79,000 in a year. There's no way I could do that. But it sounds like this was kind of small steps over time. So just like how long did it take you to save up that much? Well, I mean, like I said, it was semester by semester, so, you know, I had four months at a time that I had to save up, uh, you know, at the beginning my husband was going to community college. So it was like, I dunno, $1,500. And then as we got up to the university, it was more like five or 5,500. And so you, um, but I started out, you know, that first year when, um, we had debt, we got married and all of that, like my income was $37,000, so I didn't start off, you know, having it. But I think it's just the discipline of you having a big goal and you breaking it down into small manageable pieces. That's still a stretch that you can save for the kind of pushes you past it. And then you just keep working on that smaller goal until you reach it, then you add another smaller goal and you just keep you keep adding it because that's another thing I learned. Um, I did, I got to a point where, Oh, you asked me how long it took and then I'll get under my other story. Uh, so w it took us a long time to get through school. And it was about 10 years that we went through school and that I was paying cash for my husband's school. Well, that's awesome. I mean, then when you say it like that, you know, that seems a lot more doable for, you know, an average family and you might, I mean, you weren't making like an extravagant income or anything like that. So, you know, just like you said is to not focus on like the big amount. Cause then that just gets overwhelming, but focus, like you said, each semester and just chug away at the smaller amount. So you don't get so overwhelmed and go ahead with what you were going to say. So a couple years in a few years ago, uh, I was just, I had gotten to a point where it felt like no matter what money I brought in and I had increased my income at this point, but, you know, it was all just going out. It was all just going out and I'm like, I can't say I'm not a saver, like what is wrong with it? You know? And I was really discouraged and kind of burned out. And so I actually, for an entire year, I tracked every single dollar that I spent, excuse me, every single dollar that I put into savings, even if it was money such as, cause I saved for like Christmas, I saved for annual bills, you know? So any type of money that I put in the savings, whatever, the reason I was four and you know, some months I only put in $33, uh, other months I put in more, but as I track my progress through the whole thing, I realized that even small amounts, uh, really add up. And so at the end of the year, I had put in over $19,000 into savings. Wow. That is amazing. And I always try to stress that to people too, because I get the same way. Like, especially with savings, it seemed like when I was paying off debt, I was like, so focused that, and we did it really, really fast, but then once we got to the savings part, it's like, Oh my gosh, I'm never going to get there. Like it took forever. There's constantly things coming up and you know, it's like, you don't feel like you're making progress some months, but you know, even like you said, $33 or even not going back into debt is progress. So yeah, definitely. I like the idea of tracking each month or, you know, every week, every payday, whatever, so that you can actually see all the small progress that you're making that adds up over time. That's great. And, and, you know, I colored in a picture. I actually like went way crazy. I colored in a picture, I wrote a blog post. I had an Excel spreadsheet that my husband made up for me. Cause I was like, I am determined that I'm going to prove that I can be the saver and having those visual things that I actually colored in or seeing that Excel sheet, you know, like really motivated me. I was like, Oh, this is dumb. You know, whatever at the beginning. But as I did it, I was like, wow, because one, it showed me that I was making progress and not only was I making progress, like the amount I had to go was a lot less than when I started and the amount where I had come from, you know, like you could see all that. And so that really just motivates you to find extra money, to skim off your budget or to sell something or make more whatever the, you know, cut expenses and all of those things add up. And so I still, I don't, I mean, I still call her in a picture for my savings goals now, but I don't, I'm not all that crazy as far as tracking everything, but I still skim off money and every single month I'm looking for ways to put more money into savings. And because I know even, you know, like for example, like my cell phone bill, I have it at $70 in my budget and it's usually like 66 and some change, but I like round numbers. Yeah. And so then, but at the end of the month, I'm going to skim off that $3 and something and put it with everything else I can skim off so that I can have some extra money. And that usually gives me, you know, close to a hundred or a couple hundred dollars depending on the month extra that I hadn't even planned on. That's awesome. And that's just a habit that you have built over time, which really helps, you know, with sticking to the budget and just building those habits for the longterm. Now, what were some, um, other ways that you stayed motivated, you talked about the picture, um, and then the tracking, was there anything else that you did to kind of stay motivated over this time to save up money for my husband's school or yeah, just saving, um, you know, whether it was saving for that or just saving in general now that you're past that? I think one thing that's really motivated me is the incredible peace of mind and freedom I've had been debt free. And so that, cause I remember how stressed out I was. I mean, I told you I was crying in the grocery store and I remember just that feeling of panic and failure and all those things. And once I became debt free and really figured out how to manage my money at that point, um, there's very few things I'm going to even consider going back into debt for because my peace of mind is worth so much. And so that has been a huge motivator. So, um, even if I like I'm saving, I'm saving. And let me give you an example, you know, for when I was trying to do this great savings experiment, like I was talking about, uh, I was actually trying to save for school tuition. I was trying to save for another vehicle. I was trying to save to move. I was trying to save for an emergency fund. I was trying to save for all these things. And what would happen would be, is I would put this much, little, tiny bit here, a little tiny bit here, a little time right here, a little tiny bit here. But then when it came time for a tuition payment, I had to clean out all those accounts and put it towards the tuition. Cause I didn't have enough money or, you know, a car repair or something. And you know, at one point I was like really discouraged that, you know, so things kept coming up, but then I realized I'm like, you know what, even if I had, you wanted to use that money for something else, I didn't go back into debt. Exactly. I had the money, uh, I was able to make it work and um, I'm just super, I'm really goal, more motivated. You know, I love, we have big goals where, uh, renting right now, we're renting a house and we're saving up to buy a house at this point. And so I have all these things I want to do, but what I realized is it's okay to just focus on one at a time. And when you focus on one, it may seem at first, like you're going to make really slow progress and you're not going to get to all the things that you want to do, but that's not true. You do. It's just, it's a matter of priorities, but here's the thing you're actually making progress and you, uh, once you get it, then you can enjoy it. And then you're not like when you're trying to be spread so thin trying to do so many things at once. It's really discouraging. Cause you're not making any progress towards anything. Yeah. I'm the same way. Like, especially with saving for things like you talked about with Christmas and vehicle repairs and all that stuff. I can't stand to have like all those little things coming out of my budget each month. And so what I like to do, it sounds like you're really similar is I like to just fill up one fund, just focus on that one thing, get it done. And over with. So like in January I'm usually done for Christmas, like I'll cause my husband gets a end of the year bonus usually. Um, but the, you know, the amount changes, but, um, and so I usually try and fill that up like in January. So then I don't have to worry about Christmas the rest of the year. So I don't have like all these little things coming out of my budget every single month. Like it just, I can't do it. I'm the total opposite. So those things like that are regular expenses that I know are on the come up. My insurance, I pay every six months, Christmas, um, car repairs, you know, all of those things. I actually, even my renter's insurance, which isn't much I will take that and that, cause I prefer to break it down into a smaller bite size thing that I can absorb into my monthly budget. I put it into its own savings account. So then when the insurance is due in may I already have the money and I don't have to stress about coming up with, you know, this big bill. And so I actually do, I actually do it differently, but you know what, that brings up a really good point, Ashley, because this is the thing like personal finances, personal for a reason, exactly like your income, your expenses, your stressors, your goals, you know, all of them are different than anybody else's. And so you really can't focus on what other people are doing because it doesn't even make sense for what you're doing. Right. Exactly. You're exactly right. So I know, I, I, uh, yeah, I just, don't like a whole bunch of stuff coming out every month. I'd rather just like do it. I I'm the type that I just want to do something, get it over with like, I just want to move on. I don't want to think about it every month. So how, um, how did you take that fear about money and turn it into, you know, confidence? What are, what are some tips for that? Well, I got three things that really made a difference and I'm happy to share them with you. So the first one is really the power of an intentional plan for your money. And this is such a huge tool. Uh, now I'm talking about a budget. I've mentioned that several times, but when I originally started budgeting and I use that term very loosely is I would have this pile of receipts. And every time I came home, I'd crumble up the receipt and then throw it in this pile until it became so big and like fall off the desk and like on the floor. And like, I'd have to clear out a whole Saturday to try and figure out from these faded white crumpled receipts where my money had gone for the last two months. And I would be in tears and I'd be panicked and my husband totally stayed away. And I just felt like the budget was telling me like a neon sign saying you're feeling with money. And I felt like I couldn't do it. But what I realized as I, as you know, in my whole transformation is that a budget is actually a plan for your money ahead of time and where you're in charge and you get to decide what's important to you. And, uh, you know, something, um, eating out is not important to me. So we don't eat out very often. So that amount is very small, but I have other things that is larger, but for whatever your family is, you get to decide and you're going to set up, what's important, you set an amount to it and then you stick to it each month. Now I use a prioritize budget, which I have found to be the most easiest way to set up a budget, simple, to set up and simple to stick to. And this helps me close out my budget every single month so that I can actually bring, um, you know, skim off extra money, like I was talking about to put towards my money goals. And so a couple things, first of all, uh, for your readers, I do have a prioritized budget worksheet, and I would love to give it to you guys as a gift. Um, and that's free. Do you want me to give the website or you want to just put it in the shadow? Um, and I'll add it to the show notes as well. Changeyourfinances.com/easy and that's for budget made budgets made easy. Uh, but one thing I really realized is if I put the four essentials, my food, my life's in water, my housing and my transportation at the top of my budget, all my gosh, a whole bunch of money stresses completely melted away because I knew my family's needs were taken care of. And that gave me the mental ability to, um, tackle debt, save money. And you know, you get creative ideas on how to come up with more, to put towards your money and goal. But most importantly, like that gives you hope and you know, that you can make it at this point. And so that has totally changed my life. And that's what I teach. And, you know, I have students telling me all the time, how much this budget method has really changed their lives. So that's the first thing is having an intentional plan for your money. The second thing is I learned is that money really doesn't have to be stressful because here's the thing. Anyone can change their finances and it's all small changes that you would make today and then are going to make a huge difference in your future coming up. It's like a plane, like you take a plane and you're going to, um, across the country say, I'm coming to visit you Ashley, but just the slightest change. In course, the slightest degree of difference. I'm going to end up in Alaska or instead of coming to see you. Yeah, that's a good point. And that's, It's the same with your money. So it's small changes that you make today that will make a completely different future. And the problem with money, like when we're stressed out about it is we don't know where it's going and we, we're not sure how to manage it. You know, trying to manage the debt. We don't have any savings and you feel like you're not making any progress and you're not making any traction. But what I have found is one, when you have that plan, like it gives you a roadmap to follow so that you know exactly where your money is going so that you're in control. And that, you know, I've seen how, um, God has provided all these years when I had no idea how I was going to make the next tuition payment or, um, pay off the debt before graduation and everything. And he's provided all these things, uh, and just really shown me that managing money God's way really makes a huge difference. Not only in your stress and your, um, mental status, but just how you're able to reach these goals. So that's the second thing is money doesn't have to be stressful. The third thing is that God has given each of us a gift and he wants us to use it. But too often, like money struggles hold us back. You don't have the ability financially, emotionally, you don't have the ability mentally or the space to be able to use that gift, to bless other people. And when you're in control of your finances, you can change your finances. And when you do not only are you providing well for your family, but you're able to change your life and you're able to be able to be a blessing for other people. And so I just want to encourage you guys, like it's not just about you and your money. I mean, that's totally taken care of our families is a good thing. Changing our financial future is amazing, but there's also a bigger purpose that you have to impact those around you and whatever gift it may be. Like. We all have different things that our heart is drawn to and different gifts and abilities. And it can even just be the, the, my, my family's needs are met. And I have peace of mind on that, that I can go volunteer or, I mean, it doesn't have to be like you giving financially, although that could be, but it just has you, aren't worried about your family survival and you have the ability to look beyond that. So that's, those are the three things that have really made a huge difference in transforming that fear of money that I had that panic overwhelm and that worry into something that I'm super excited about. And I love seeing that transformation in the lives of the women that I help. That's amazing. I really love those three points and completely agree with you. Um, so I do like to, at the end of every episode, ask what your favorite nonfiction book is, um, just so that we can, you know, improve our minds and our lives, not just our, not just our finances, so it doesn't have to be, um, financial, but do you have a favorite nonfiction book? Um, I would say probably right now, one of my favorites was it's the millionaire woman next door by Thomas Stanley. And I was just really impacted by the fact that one, a lot of the things that I've learned actually is legit and works for so many people, but so many women in particular, but just the fact that you, uh, as a, as a woman, we have an incredible ability to really make an impact and change our family's finances. And I just want to empower women, especially, I mean, men too, I focus on my audience is all women. Um, but you can create a better financial future. You can get out of debt, you can save money, you can stop living paycheck to paycheck. And it's, it's not really that hard. It doesn't have to be that hard and complicated can actually be pretty simple. That's great. I didn't realize there was a women's version of that book. I have the, just the millionaire next door, but I didn't know they had another, you would love it, like highlighting every single page. I'm like, Oh, I guess I can't give this one away. Yeah. Yeah. I like to highlight my books too. I'm to have To check that one out. Um, I say that like every episode, so my reader or my listeners here are probably getting tired of me saying that, but I, I didn't know, they had a women's version so, well, I appreciate you being with us today. And before we go, can you, um, give us the website again and tell us how, um, people can find you, like, are you on Facebook or Instagram, Pinterest, all those things. Sure. But could I just share one last thing with you? Yes, absolutely. So, uh, one of the proudest moments of my entire life I'm sitting there in the crowded stands, uh, the air horns are blowing. People are cheering when they're not supposed to. And I was watching my husband walk across that commencement stage and this cap and gown, he was completely debt free and we had done it. Uh, we had paid off our debt. We had paid cash for his school and along the way, I really overcame the fear of money. And I started handling it with confidence and I had peace of mind. And so I just want to encourage you guys like it's now is the perfect time to start making those changes to change your finances because, and your future, because small things. And I didn't even realize it at the time that was going to make such a huge difference, and it really has completely changed my life. Uh, you can find me@changeyourfinances.com and I might change your finances on Instagram, on Facebook. Uh, I don't, I have a, I have a Twitter account, but I don't ever use it. So come check me out on Instagram or Facebook, all that changed your finances. Oh, well, thank you so much for being with us today. You are so welcome and I am so thrilled to be here, and I'm just so excited for all of your readers, to our listeners, to be able to see what they do with their finances. Thank you. Thank you so much to Carissa for being with us today and sharing those wonderful tips on transforming your fear of money into excitement, as well as some simple tips on reaching those big financial goals all while doing it on an average income, just, you know, small wins over time. So be sure to go check out her website and get your freebie. It changeyourfinances.com/easy. And also don't forget. You can go get your paycheck budget spreadsheet www.budgetsmadeeasy.com/spreadsheet. And I will see you guys in the next episode. Special Guest: Charissa Quade.