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Even though he grew up as a preacher's kid, Oklahoma Governor Kevin Stitt didn't completely turn his life over to Christ until he was in college. Today, the father of six says, Everything in this world is meaningless compared to our relationship with the Lord. On today's edition of Family Talk, Governor Stitt, known as the most pro-life governor in the country, says he signed the toughest abortion ban in America which protects babies from the moment of conception. He thinks it's simply barbaric that states like Colorado and New York legalized abortion on demand up to the moment of birth. His message to a woman who is in a crisis pregnancy: God has a redemptive plan for you and your baby. To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/707/29
When a 59-year-old father is found dead in his home, family members assume it is related to his ongoing health issues. But when the coroner reveals he didn't die of natural causes, police begin an investigation questioning some of his family members. Keith Morrison reports.
On this week's episode I'm telling Russ about the tragic murder of Tim Watkins. Tim was an expert mountain biker from Colorado and is known to be the first mountain biker to ever be murdered during a ride. Tim had a gentle soul with zero enemies, so that's why the community of Palmer Lake CO was shocked when Tim was found dead. Was this an accident and attempted cover up? Or was this crime committed by an unstable individual who has done this before? #Justice4Tim Watkins Moral of this story.... life is so short and we never know when it will end. Live your passions, don't put them on the back burner. Become a Patron!: www.patreon.com/wifeofcrimepod Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Subscribe Apple | Google | Spotify | Stitcher | iHeart Support The Daily Gardener Buy Me A Coffee Connect for FREE! The Friday Newsletter | Daily Gardener Community Historical Events 1686 Birth of Antoine de Jussieu ("Ann-twan do Jyou-sue"), French naturalist, botanist, and physician. Born in Lyon, Antoine was the son of an apothecary. After touring Spain, Portugal, and southern France with his brother Bernard, he went to Paris and ultimately succeeded Joseph Pitton de Tournefort as director of the royal gardens. In 1713, Antoine shared the first scientific reference to coffee with the Royal Academy of Sciences of France. He called it Jasminum arabicanum, but Carl Linneaus gave the official botanical classification forty years later in 1753. Antoine once wrote about finding plant fossils in a quarry. I observed on most collected stones the imprints of innumerable plant fragments which were so different from those which are growing in the Lyonnais, in the nearby provinces, and even in the rest of France, that I felt like collecting plants in a new world... The number of these leaves, the way they separated easily, and the great variety of plants whose imprints I saw, appeared to me... as many volumes of botany... [in] the oldest library of the world. 1865 On this day, members of the John Wesley Powell expedition raided a garden on an island in the Green just above the mouth of the White River. The expedition had just thrown out more spoiled food, and the group faced the constant fear of hunger. In Powell of the Colorado (2015), William Culp Darrah wrote, Fresh fruit had been mighty scarce and the temptation to steal some greens was irresistible. The Major, Andy, and Bill Dunn filled their arms with young beets, turnips, carrots, and potatoes. The men rowed a few miles down the river and paused to enjoy the stolen fruit. Of course the season was not advanced enough to yield sizable vegetables, so Andy cooked up the whole mess as greens. It was a not-quite-unpleasant stew. After eating their fill and disposing of the remainder, the men resumed the journey. They had not gone a mile before all hands except Bradley and Howland were violently nauseated. Bradley explained that the potato tops were so bitter he had not eaten any. The Major said their illness was caused by a narcotic in the potato leaves, but Hall swore that it was all his fault; in their haste he had only half-cooked the stuff. Sumner wrote in his diary, "We all learned one lesson--never to rob gardens." 1887 Birth of Marc Chagall (born Moishe Shagal)(books about this person), Russian-French artist of Belarus. He was an early modernist and created in various formats, including paintings, drawings, stained glass, ceramics, and tapestries, among many others. The art critic Robert Hughes called Chagall "the quintessential Jewish artist of the twentieth century." And Pablo Picasso once said, When Matisse dies, Chagall will be the only painter left who understands what color really is. It was Marc Chagall himself who once wrote, Art is the unceasing effort to compete with the beauty of flowers – and never succeeding. 1907 Birth of Frida Kahlo (books about this person), Mexican painter. Frida is remembered for her portraits, self-portraits, and work inspired by Mexican nature and artifacts. She once wrote, I paint flowers so they will not die. She also wrote, I wish I could do whatever I liked behind the curtain of “madness”. Then I'd arrange flowers, all day long. I'd paint pain, love and tenderness. I would laugh as much as I feel like at the stupidity of others, and they would all say: “Poor thing, she's crazy! Grow That Garden Library™ Book Recommendation The Ultimate Flower Gardener's Guide by Jenny Rose Carey This book came out in 2020, and the subtitle is Simple Ideas For Small Outdoor Spaces. In this book, Jenny Rose Carey is essentially teaching a master class on ornamental gardening. If you are looking for ways to add interest, color combinations that are guaranteed to work instead of clash, and how to incorporate favorite blossoms or aspects of flowers, you'll find everything you're looking for in this very inspiring and jam-packed book on all kinds of beautiful flowers. Most flower experts teach color first. Jenny brings new dimensions into play - namely shape and texture. But Jenny's focus on texture and shape works surprisingly well - especially if you are someone who struggles with color in the garden. Shape and texture are two often overlooked floral elements, but they are equally important as color in garden design. Without shape and texture, gardens would lack that sense of excitement, mystery, and magnetism that exist in our most beloved gardens. Jenny also does a great job of keeping today's gardener in mind. She selected the annuals and perennials that she recommends in her book based on their ease of care, appeal to pollinators, and wildlife friendliness. This book is 364 pages of beautiful flower gardening all season long - no matter how big or small your space - giving you the confidence you need to make flowers the focus of your dream garden. You can get a copy of The Ultimate Flower Gardener's Guide by Jenny Rose Carey and support the show using the Amazon link in today's show notes for around $27. Botanic Spark 1932 Death of Kenneth Grahame, Edwardian British writer, and conservationist. Born in Edinburgh, Scotland, Kenneth is most famous for The Wind in the Willows (1908), one of the classics of children's literature. The book celebrates nature, friendship, loyalty, and adventure among four anthropomorphizing animals: Mole, Rat, Toad, and Badger. Kenneth had a lifelong appreciation of nature and landscapes. Throughout Kenneth's life, the beauty of nature was a balm to his many sorrows, including the death of his mom and alcoholic father. When he was five, after his mom died, Kenneth and his siblings went to live with their grandmother, who lived in an old, dilapidated house with a huge attic to explore and an entire garden to play in. The garden backed up to willows that framed the shores of the Thames river and would later serve as the inspiration for the setting of The Wind in the Willows. During his miserable married life, Kenneth once confided in his wife that he felt a better understanding of nature and wildlife than of his own species, writing, I like most of my friends among the animals more than I like most of my friends among mankind. As a father, Kenneth began telling the story of The Wind in the Willows in installments at bedtime and in letters to his only son, Alastair, who Kenneth nicknamed "Mouse." In the story, Kenneth wrote of 'the pageant of the river bank,' referring to the array of wildflowers in bloom: purple- and white-flowered comfrey, willow-herb, purple loosestrife, dog roses, and meadowsweet. Throughout his life, Kenneth's favorite indulgence was reading books in his garden. Sadly, Mouse's life story was tragic. He grew up battling chronic illness and blindness in one eye. He had challenging behaviors and was bullied in school. After his struggles grew worse in college, Alastair committed suicide at 19. At his funeral, Kenneth scattered lilies of the valley over his coffin. For twelve long years, Kenneth lived out the rest of his days with his wife. Kenneth never got over the loss of his darling Mouse, and he stopped writing altogether. Aside from lengthy trips to Italy to avoid friends and family, Kenneth and his wife lived reclusively in their house along a riverbank until Kenneth's death from a stroke on this day in 1932. At Kenneth's funeral, the church was decorated with gifts of willow branches and flowers from children across England. Kenneth was buried next to his beloved Mouse in the cemetery at St. Cross Church. Thanks for listening to The Daily Gardener And remember: For a happy, healthy life, garden every day.
This week Jen & Mal get drunk and chat with Joanna Meoli about the 1996 American romantic comedy-drama, Mrs. Winterbourne. Subjects covered include but are not limited to: our love for Brendan Fraser, abortion, and the tango. Remember to like, rate, review, and share with a friend!Follow Jen & Mal on Instagram: @drunkweddingpod Twitter: @pod_drunkFacebookEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Episode 36: Budget Overland Community Roundtable DiscussionIn this episode of the Budget Overland Podcast, members of the Budget Overland Community join the roundtable for a open mic style conversation about a variety of overlanding topics. This episode is brought to you by Trail Rate Coffee Company! What is a Trail Rated Coffee Company? They are a small family-owned coffee roasting company located in Colorado. When you buy coffee from Trail Rated Coffee Company, you are buying directly from the family that roasts, packages, and ships your coffee order to you with care. Their coffee is premium specialty grade, fairly traded, naturally grown, and sourced directly from small independent farmers. Trail Rated Coffee is committed to supporting volunteers and organizations who build and maintain trails for recreational use. For every Trail Rated Coffee product sold, they donate $1 to trail restoration programs. Get 15% off your order - use code “BUDGET15” at checkout! Benji Ward is the founder of FB Budget Overland and co-host of the Budget Overland podcast. Benji is an off-road enthusiast, entrepreneur, and has been involved in the automotive industry for the past ten years. He enjoys spending quality time with his wife and son, exploring God's creations, and sharing tips and tricks along the way for overlanding.Jay Tiegs is co-host of the Budget Overland podcast, a 26 year veteran of the U.S. Army, outdoor enthusiast, and endurance athlete. He is passionate about outdoor adventure travel in his Toyota 4Runner and loves sharing his experiences to encourage others to get outside.If you enjoy the podcast, would you please consider leaving a short review on Apple Podcasts/ITunes? Your feedback is important to me and it would also take less than 60 seconds and make a difference in getting those hard to get guests as we expand our reach.Visit the Budget Overland Store: https://budget-overland-swag.myshopify.com/Join the Budget Overland Newsletter: https://www.jaytiegs.com/pl/2147549465Join the Budget Overland Facebook Community: https://www.facebook.com/groups/312054236893725Watch the Budget Overland Youtube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCcro_9fySgsgZiwO1E1lj1gContact/Follow Benji: Instagram: @slow.yotaEmail: Budgetoverlandofficial@gmail.com Contact/Follow Jay: Instagram: @freedomrunneroverlandLink Tree: https://linktr.ee/dohardthingsEmail: email@example.comSponsors/Affiliates: Overland Spices: www.overlandspices.com Use Discount Code BOSPICE
VOTE FOR US AT THE BRITISH PODCAST AWARDS: https://www.britishpodcastawards.com/vote Hello, Eavesdroppers! This week, Michelle drops a bombshell on Geordie about last week's episode, where we learn some interesting news about the former professional skater turned killer Gator Rogowski and his current situation… Followed by a chat about head injuries and the mysterious deaths of 22 teenagers in a nightclub in East London (no, not Dalston but South Africa)... All before she gets to Mysterious Mysteries! In particular, the chilling stories of kids who go missing in the wilderness… You're out in remote woodlands, wild camping and having fun, when your child suddenly vanishes, often within moments of being seen, as if a giant pencil came down from the sky and erased them off the face of the Earth. That's what Geordie's talking about in this episode, including the disappearance of Deorr Kunz Jnr from Timber Creek, Idaho, Bobby Bizup from the Rocky Mountains, Jaryd Atadero from Colorado and more. Listen in to find out about these mysterious vanishings, what happened to these kids and Michelle's theory (ie, aliens). Michelle then discusses the case of Warren Jeffs – the controversial cult leader of FLDS, the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints and some mysterious deaths an ex cult member called Briell Decker claims happened while she was in the church. Listen in to discover more about Briell's story, staged deaths, Warren Jeffs and the horrific crimes he committed, the fact Michelle didn't know there was a documentary about the guy called Keep Sweet, Pray and Obey on Netflix, Blood Atonement, The Law of Sarah, aliens and more! 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What's up, dudes? Lani (the comedian formerly known as Holli) Cuomo of NetfliXmas stopped by to mail her letter to Santa for Letter Day! That's right! We talked all about the 1986 TV movie “The Christmas Gift!” Is John Denver in it? Yep. Is it set in Colorado? Of course. Does he sing to the mom from “Malcolm in the Middle?” Definitely! So grab your letter to Santa, hop in a sleigh, and ride to the foreclosed ranch that is this episode!Lani CuomoTwitter: @LaniCuomoIG & TT: @lanicrazycurvywavyNetfliXmasFB: @netflixmaspodcastTwitter: @netflixmasPodIG: @netflixmaspodcast
AJ Osborne is an American entrepreneur, businessman, and investor who owns and manages his self-storage portfolio of over $212 million of assets through his companies Cedar Creek Wealth, Bitterroot Holdings, and Clearwater Benefits. He's the owner and host of the largest self-storage podcast, Self-Storage Income. As an operator and private owner with over 1.2 million square feet of self-storage, he regularly keynotes at national conferences on operations related to investing in, buying, and managing self-storage facilities. AJ specialized in developing, converting, and turning around underperforming facilities with a value-add strategy, and loves to show other entrepreneurs and investors how to focus on technology and self-storage automation. To learn more or to connect with AJ, tune in to today's podcast where he covers mindset shifts that we can be making as investors, as well as what we should be aware of if we're interested in getting into the self-storage industry. Episode Links: https://www.ajosborne.com/ https://www.selfstorageincome.com/ https://www.instagram.com/ajosborne/?hl=en --- Transcript Before we jump into the episode, here's a quick disclaimer about our content. The Remote Real Estate Investor podcast is for informational purposes only, and is not intended as investment advice. The views, opinions and strategies of both the hosts and the guests are their own and should not be considered as guidance from Roofstock. Make sure to always run your own numbers, make your own independent decisions and seek investment advice from licensed professionals. Michael: Hey, everyone, welcome to another episode of the Remote Real Estate Investor. I'm Michael Albaum, and today I'm joined by AJ Osborne, who is a maniac in the self-storage industry, absolutely killing it and he's going to be talking to us today about some mindset shifts that we can be making as investors, as well as what we should be aware of if we're interested in getting into the self-storage industry, so let's get into it. AJ Osborne, what's going on, man? Thanks so much for coming to hang out with me today. Appreciate it. AJ: Thanks for having me on, I appreciate it. This is gonna be fun though. Michael: It's gonna be a lot of fun, I'm really looking forward to it. So I know a little bit about your background. I know you spoke very recently at the BP conference in Denver, Colorado in the spring. Give us all the quick background, who you are, where you come from, what is it you're doing in real estate today? AJ: Yeah, so I'm up here in Boise, Idaho. I'm like, I don't know, like sixth generation Idaho and my family came and we're herding sheep over the mountains here and we grew up to see the big change that's happened in Idaho, which has been crazy over the last 20 years. But my dad grew up in extreme poverty in the southern, I mean, nothing like no running water, like poached to eat. They didn't have you know, they took baths with a pot of hot water to try that they boil over the fired. Try to get it like poverty that, you know, we don't, nobody knows that America today, right doesn't even exist anymore and that wasn't that long ago. He's only 64 years, so he's not even that old. Yeah nut when he was growing up, you know, he had it really brought this father died and early and so he married my mom and he wanted to get out of that. So he started selling insurance and then I grew up and I followed in his footsteps and I sold insurance too and we did that for a long time and you know, I quickly realized that selling insurance is awesome. I loved it, it taught me so much broke away. But it I called it the treadmill, you know, you got to run, you got to run hard and the end of the day just didn't feel like we're going anywhere and it was like, You know what happens when this treadmill stops. So we started to really invest in real estate. In a big way, after a wait, we started in prior 2004-2005 and then we stopped in 2006/ 7 because things didn't make sense, started back up in 2010-11 and we have been building ever since then I but we like the asset class self-storage. When we got into self-storage, it was very much looked down upon people were like, you want a junkyard? My has that changed today. So storage is so hot and seems like every investor wants in and wants a piece of it. That that's not at all how it was when we started, banks didn't want to give us money. You didn't know really what to do with them. But we liked them because it was more of a BIST business than real estate. That made a lot more sense to me. I don't even view myself as a real estate investor. We own and operate businesses and that's our approach we took to self-storage. We didn't take the approach of traditional real estate, things that people viewed and hold it standards on valuations like cap rates, things like that. I couldn't tell you what a cap rate was on any property that I've ever bought, don't have any clue. We just fundamentally looked at it differently. We focused on revenue, only improving those revenues and cash flows due to operations technology, training and we needed because we didn't have anybody to manage these assets. We had to manage them ourselves. There was no third party management at the time and that meant we needed to get our velocity of money, meaning we needed to turn our money over. We didn't want to have it trapped because we needed it to grow. But at the same time we had to pay for the management. So we needed the cash flow. So our strategy became that we would buy really underperforming assets, we turn them around, we'd have a capital event at the refinance time and that would give us our money back plus profit to go redeploy it, but we still would have the asset. We still own it. It was still making money and it could pay for everything we needed to and we did that out of necessity and so we grew that way and We did really well and that models worked very, very well for us and we did that for a long time. I became paralyzed from head to toe about five years ago and I was working for major brokerage firm out of Chicago $40 billion company or something like that I can remember and I was let go in the hospital, but I didn't need to worry about it because we had our real estate and I was put on life support at the hospital, I was put into a coma, then put on life support for months and then I had to relearn how to do everything. I had to relearn how to talk, I'd relearn how to eat, oh, my god, occupational therapy, speech therapy, everything else in between and I spent the following. Six months from the time I got into the hospital, trying to learn all that kind of stuff, again, going home, paralyzed, and just kind of relearning things from scratch and it, you know, it obviously changed the direction of my life, for obvious reasons. But as well, it really changed the way that I view investing and financial security and wealth, and income and from there, we thought, you know, this is really important. I'm like, we need to share this with the rest of the world. So we started to allow investors to come in and invest with us alongside us. We started different things like podcasts, we do it, we just need to openly share information and that kind of became my passion, financial independence and, and education. Overall, my wife started a school that blew up, she has hundreds of students, it's OK through high school that focuses very largely on economic functions a way the world works and financial literacy and I started to do three companies out of my wheelchair and we've just been going strong sense. So that's yeah, so I am, that's what I do. Michael: That is amazing, AJ, and I mean, there's just so much there to unpack but before we even get there, I mean, before we hit record here, I was telling you how good you were looking and I had no idea that you were paralyzed, so you've clearly come a long way. Good for you, man. That's, that's amazing. AJ: Thank you. It's been a long, long road, but been very, very fortunate and the gains that we've seen and had so not over yet, I still have paralysis in my lower legs, I still have pain, because my nerves were destroyed. So I have to deal with that but I mean, it's not that point complain about where we couldn't be happier with what I have to deal with, we do that as a blessing. So it's, you know, we are just so fortunate and excited to be doing what we're doing. Michael: Awesome. So talk to us a little bit about kind of the new perspective that you got on investing that you had as a result of being paralyzed. What was that, like? AJ: I think I didn't realize probably the entire position of where I was at in life, what that meant, and tell that happened and that changed the way I viewed my own position, maybe the value that I inherently had, and the knowledge and things that we could do and it also changed kind of the idea where it was like, you know, at the end of the day, we all stop working at some point in society, we call this retirement and I didn't have really a choice and when that happened to me, and it the whole idea of it just kind of became a little silly, to me, this this path that we came on and this idea of risk that, you know, entrepreneurship or investing is risky and I'm like, but it doesn't make sense when I think actually probably having a job is the riskiest thing you could do. It's a single point of failure, so meaning you have no control over that income or that revenue at all and it's one single point that everything else is predicated on. So the moment it's gone, everything else falls apart, right? It's not diversified you so you have no control. It has no you don't own the source or the means you aren't diversified. It's, you know, I'm like that's, that's the risk. That's the risk right there and it was something I obviously always knew, but I interpreted it in a very different way and I thought there is no reason why people shouldn't be participant eating in the economy, and we have to change people from being economic consumers to economic participants and that's how we're supposed to be. This idea of us being economic consumers and holding a job is actually relatively new in society. This isn't something that has been around for a long time. The idea of retirement is no, I don't believe in it, I will never retire, like, what am I supposed to do? Go sit on a beach. If I'm retiring, I'm dying, right? You know, we're supposed to do things that give us purpose, and we're supposed to be participants, and we're supposed to be delivering value to society and if you're not, you should really start to think about what the heck you're doing with life because you can tell people feel fulfilled, and it's in who we are. As humans we want to be busy, we want to work, we want to be participating. We are not meant to sit around and watch Netflix, we are not meant to not be in control of our lives. Yeah, that's we're not meant for that and we've seen in society, particularly over the past 20 years where, although problems across society have tanked. Like we have this viewpoint that there's so many problems in society today and that's just unequivocally not true. I mean, everything from murderers to it, just name it any metric you can think of in society, and we are 10 times better off than we were 50 years ago. We are you go back 150 years ago, and there's nobody I don't think anybody could survive. That's alive today, just 150 years ago, right, and you keep going back, and you're just like, wow, us as humans, we live so differently in such a very short period of time and yet, during this time, of incredible prosperity, and during this time of incredible lack of risk in anything, I mean, anything, you we live so long, you there financial safety nets in this country, are crazy to even think about, and yet mental health has skyrocketed and people are unhappier than they've ever been and when you start to look at these problems, it's because people lack purpose and they lack drive, and they lack control and, and it's we're not meant to be like that and I think when you look at financial independence and financial prosperity, it's about dealing with means like it's not money, it's just means like, money is this weird intangible thing that makes no sense at all and people give different meaning to it, depending on their own experiences, or whatever, it's but it's nothing, it's just debt, all money is debt. Paper money is a fraction of anything we even have everything else is ones and zeros on a computer. All it is, is a means to accomplish something and it's crazy that no one knows how to use this means it would be the equivalent of you know, a few 100 years ago, you're not understanding how to grow food or hunt, you're dead. You just die, right? Like, and so if this is a means or a tool that we have, yet society, we don't know how to work within it. We don't know how to function it. It's not taught. It's not. And I think that makes so many people feel out of control. They feel helpless and they're stuck in this position that, you know, we just weren't meant to be in and so I get, I got really passionate about this stuff, and rethinking you know, what we're doing and why we're doing it and we're made to be creators and we're, you know, we are made to be driving after our passion to take care of each other. That's just so core and fundamental to our being and I want people to have that power, to feel that they are driving towards a purpose that they're caring for the ones that they love and they have the ability to do that and in today's modern society, that's an economic function. It's not a natural function, which thank goodness, it's not because if it was a natural function, that means you would have to be the biggest and strongest to really accomplish that, right and if it was a natural function, I'd be dead long fires because I would never, I would have never been put into a coma I would have just died. So you know, it we have to rethink in today's society, all of that, and it just seems like nobody is and our school systems are failing. Clearly they're failing and society where we're concerned with things that don't matter and it's, it's making us all very unhappy and we don't we don't need to be like that. Michael: Kind of, in that same vein, AJ, you have a little bit of a different view on leverage, wondering if you could talk to us a little bit about what that is. AJ: Yeah. So leverage is a very interesting thing. When you look at when we're talking about creation, right? Leverage, leverage is synonymous qith capital, and it shouldn't be because no matter what you do in life, you're leveraging something. We leverage each other, we leverage knowledge, we leverage time we leverage resources, right and leverage is a component that we all have to use. We have to, you cannot do everything by yourself. That doesn't exist this idea, I think that we have these stereotypical entrepreneurs that were like, oh, I started in my garage, and now I'm a billionaire, right? It's just all by myself. Michael: I did all by myself, right? AJ: That's never happened once. That's not how it happens and I also think that that makes people feel really inadequate because they're like, Well, I'm not like that and you're, of course, you're not because nobody is right now. Michael: Have you read Outliers? AJ: No. Michael: Oh, it's such a good book, it talks about things like exactly this point about, like the circumstances surrounding all of these people's rise from seeming, you know, rags to riches, and there's so much more there than meets the eye that that isn't talked about. So for anyone listening, if you're feeling that way, check out the book, Outliers. Great read, super interesting. AJ: Well, and, you know, I felt that way and I think a lot of people do and it's a component of marketing. You know, aside the idea that Steve Jobs created apple, and he was just this Renegade, that, you know, it's a great marketing ploy, but it's not at all and, you know, you're gonna have a lot of haters out there for saying this, but it's just the truth. Venture Capitalist had way more to do with Apple success, and Steve Jobs rights than he ever did. You know, he was working on nothing in a garage. Like, it's not like they were really building a business. They were toying around with something and a venture capitalist was driving by saw them and said, hey, why don't I actually make this into something and that's how Apple came to be and then he went back, and he had all of their resources and their tools and their employees, and they really built something from nothing. But that's what it takes. It takes way more than you, you aren't enough. You never will be enough and that's okay. That's not a bad thing. People say that. And then they get upset and I'm like, don't win when you use this like, hurrah, hurrah stuff of No, I am good enough. No, I am I can accomplish anything. You always feel let down and actually does great damage because you're not, you never will be, and no one is. And so like, you need like, you need to be totally okay and understanding that you're not like, why would you think that you are? We can't do everything all the time? I don't think I am and because I realized that when I hear that voice in the back of my head that says, AJ, you can't do this. Instead of saying, Oh, shut up, I can write that's pride. First of all, I actually lean into it, say, okay, you're right. Why, so I either need to find someone, or something that can help me accomplish this, because this isn't either a natural skill set that I possess. Now, I can either really take the time to learn it and do it. But if you had to do that, for every single thing, you would be stuck. You would never function in life or society. And so it's like, nope, lean into those, though your insecurities is the voice of reason. That's a good thing, right? I'm a dyslexic ADHD kid, right? Do you think that I really care and think that I have to be able to spell to function in life? No, it's not something I'm going to work on my brain doesn't work like that. I don't need to worry about it. It's I find somebody else that can do those things and move on. Those insecurities are actually just things that are telling you, hey, you need to improve here, or you need to figure out ways around it. Listen to him, don't fight them, say great, thank you, and then get to work. But I mean, you're not bestowed upon you anything and you're not some great person, and neither was any of those entrepreneurs, right? It takes a lot a lot of people and you have to leverage talents. You have to leverage knowledge. You have to leverage time you have to leverage structure infrastructure, you have to leverage technology and then yeah, there's capital to you need to leverage capital, but it's all about identifying needs, and then figuring out solutions around those needs that isn't strictly designed around you. If I couldn't leverage other resources like I am, no one else could ever accomplish anything in life. So get rid of that kind of that fluffy stuff, right? That's supposed to be feel good and you read the story about some amazing person, like you're just not getting the whole thing and that's not reality and that's okay. It shouldn't be it doesn't need to be you don't need to be successful. It's not about you being more, right. It's about you having access to more and that is the key differentiator. You need to put yourself in circles with other people. You need to change your circle stances because you're leveraging your circumstances, whether you want to or not, you're hanging around a lot of deadbeats, you're leveraging deadbeats, and you're going to become what I like, call me curl, but it's true and if you're, that's fine. But if you're not, okay, if you don't want that to be your outcome, why are you leveraging that the moment you spend time around it, the moment you're around it, that's the outcome. So like, you need to really take seriously who you're surrounding yourself with what you're doing, right, where you spend your time, and what you spend your time doing because little things are leveraged in time, meaning the things you do today, the impact is not direct, it's in 10 years, it's 100 times whatever impact that is one piece of knowledge that you can obtain today, you can leverage that through 10 years and so the outcome is 100 times what it was. But that's the same thing, if you just sit around and watch Netflix, or if you just, you know, hang out with deadbeats or people that complain. That effect is also 10 times in the future and you really got to look at that leverage, because you use it no matter what. It's just how you're using it. Michael: Yeah, I love that and I think something we talk a lot about in the Academy is just being having the ability to get out of your own way. Which it sounds like you know, you're definitely touching on and so for people I think a lot of our listeners, something I hear regularly is I don't know anyone that does real estate, I don't know how to get started, how can people change their circumstances, like you were saying, how can they start to get around other people that they can then look to leverage for their own growth? AJ: The circumstances are versatile, interesting enough, people feel like they don't have control over their circumstances, which is the greatest lie ever told. I mean, that is so stupid to even think about considering that, first of all circumstances are very much dictated right now by online, literally, just go unfollow everybody that you don't want to be like, follow everybody you do and you're immediately just now you just changed your circumstances, because I don't know what the average person spends on their phone, but it's probably eight hours a day at this point. So think about the impact of that and then on and then from there. Your friend group, like, just because they're your friends doesn't mean you're obligated to be around them and just because you don't want to spend time and take on their problems that are mostly self-caused, doesn't mean that you're mean, right? Like, you're not mean because you don't serve an alcoholic alcohol. No, you're a good friend. So stop, stop serving them social alcohol, like, right, they're alcoholics and get away from it. If you're an alcohol, don't go to the fricking bar, right? Just change your circumstances and when I say I'm obviously not alcohol, I mean, everything in life that you want to become or don't want to be moved. You live in a bad area move. Like, it's shocking to me that people are like, I have no opportunity where I'm where I live and I'm like, leave. All my friends are here, like, okay, then you don't care. Like, it's not that you like opportunity, because you want opportunity to come in the way that you want it and this is that pride thing again, why do you think anybody cares about you? Like, why do you think that they should deliver you something, right? We're not entitled to that we're entitled a slap on the butt when we come into the world and then maybe you gravestone I don't know, you know, and then a quick death. Hopefully, you're not entitled to anything. So if you don't like your circumstances, but don't want to change them, and then complain about not having opportunity that's on you. Nobody else, stop complaining and you've got to move you got to get out of them. I'm shocked at how many people that you know, live in places where they're drowning in debt, they can't get ahead or, and they don't and then you ask them, why don't you? Oh, yeah, but I just love this area. It's so beautiful. It's like, so you're making a choice there, right? So first of all online, you can do that immediately. That's very simple. Stop spending time with friends that are deadbeat. That doesn't mean you're not their friend. You can still love that person. But you don't have to give that person your future. If they require you to give your future to them. They're not your friend and so stop it and then you know, family members the same. I have family members that I love dearly, and I'll always be there for them. But I don't want to be like them. Yeah and I'm not going to spend my life. Those are two totally different things. So you have so much control over your circumstances. It's the easiest thing to do. Go online, go to in real estate meetups, start going to events I went to I didn't know anything about storage. We started we want to get into storage. I started going to all the associations and all the event meetups right. We started to get into contact and I call people that had been in the business, but it's all about your actions and if you don't create the circumstances, no one's going to do it for you… Michael: I dig it, this is there's so much good stuff in here. I want to transition a little bit to self-storage, because I think it's a super interesting asset class, it's being talked about and spoken about all over the place, yet why self-storage? AJ: Yeah, so self-storage, I think offers the number one opportunity for anybody wanting to get into commercial real estate and here's why. First, the first reason is just structural. So prior to when we got into the business, 91% of everyone in the business was Mom and Pop operators, because this asset class had not been institutionalized. It was the newest asset class, as far as commercial real estate goes in the United States, institutional money couldn't operate it and they also had no way to model out what would happen in a credit crisis or anything else. So they couldn't invest in it. So institutional money didn't come into 2008, that all changed. With that said, a huge portion of the industry is still majorly mom and pops and that allows you to buy assets, that's value is crazy low, and they're not being operated well, and to very simply change that value around but so the two opportunities is firstly opportunity to actually change the asset but the second, the first one is just access. So if I, you know, when I was looking at trying to go into multifamily, well, multifamily over 80% is all owned by institutional, that means I have to compete to try to get limited supply of assets, I was at a disadvantage, right and there wasn't a lot of them. There's so many storage facilities, they're just everywhere and they're in every small town there. So your access to the industry, and your access to assets that can be improved, are just so plentiful in self-storage but the opportunity is that it's been institutionalized now, and it is a consolidating industry, meaning that's changing fast and because it's institutionalized, the value spread is crazy in them. That means there's institutional demand, right? Yeah, underperforming Mom and Pop properties that you can buy, and set them up to be institutional quality and that value offering is enormous. Michael: Interesting and so if someone wanted to get someone's interested in, in self-storage, and they want to look to go get involved, I mean, it sounds very expensive as an individual to go buy a self-storage facility, do the value add play, as opposed to single family rental, people understand that usually have lived in them at some point in their life, or at least in apartments that understand kind of the guts and inner workings of it? How should people start to get educated about self-storage if they're interested in operating and owning one for themselves? AJ: So firstly, you're in Northern California, right? Bay Area? Michael: Yep. AJ: So in the Bay Area? Well, I can guarantee you that most third tier market storage facilities are cheaper than any single family home, anywhere near you. So our perspective of cost with these and I think people have a very wrong way you can go buy a small storage facility that has 60 doors for under a million dollars, Miley, in most places in the United States, that is substantially lower than upper middle house, housing, right in today's world, right? So all of a sudden, you go, oh, well, that's not costly and I'm getting all these doors. It's a cash producing business. We don't value self-storage because somebody wants to own it. No, it's valued on our return. So when you buy it, it has its cashflow positive, right, or you wouldn't buy it, as opposed to like single family homes. Nobody cares if the cash flows, the demand functionality of it is due to wants and desires and needs that have nothing to do with revenue. That's not how storage works. So for the most part, I can find storage facilities all over the place that are cheaper than lots and lots of homes across the United States. Second of all, you can raise capital, nobody wants to give you money, not in a big way to buy homes, right? Well, commercial real estate's different, because here, here's the investment and here's how it produces. Investors want to get money to buy a business, and a cash flowing investment. So the demand for other people to give you money to go into an asset that is cash flowing, and as upside potential is a lot higher. So I actually think it's much easier to get into commercial real estate than it is to get into single family homes. Now, the only reason why people think otherwise isn't there. They know single family homes, and they're everywhere, right? So it's an inventory thing. Oh, I can see lots of them, right but when you look at actually trying to scale or build a bit businesses needing to get capital, that's gonna be really hard to get people to give you money to go into a business, that for the most part, cash flows very, very little, if at all in most areas, whereas you're buying a diversified portfolio of tenants 60 doors as compared to two or four or 10, right, that have low capital expenditures, and as a way that you can improve the revenue. As investors, that's a great idea. So, you know, when you look at it from one side, meaning well, either they're expensive, or, you know, it's easier, multifarious single family, you're, you're only seeing what you understand and no, but when you look from a business or an investment standpoint, it's much easier to grow, build a business, or invest in a real estate asset like that, than it is the other one. Michael: Got it, got it and then what about the operational side of things? I know that you said, when you first got started, you were doing it hands on, are there management companies like you have in the residential space that you can just plug and play into your existing asset? AJ: Yeah, there are. So we, you know, after 2,008 third party management became institutionalized, meaning big companies got into it. There's also regional players, right, things like that to do third party management. I'm a fully vertically integrated private equity company, meaning we do everything from asset management to funding to all of it right, you don't need to do that anymore though, you can get a third party manager to come in and operate it, you need to make sure that they're on the same page as you and understanding the value proposition but management is the hard part, right? But it's so managing a single family home, obviously, much easier. Managing a self-storage facility is much harder, I view it more like retail than anything. These are short term leases, right and we have turnover all the time. So that I can see as being scary, or people not understanding but to have a third party manager that is great at what they do. Now, it's even easier. You don't even have to worry about it. You can hire somebody else to take care of it all. Michael: Awesome, awesome. AJ, this has been super fun man, where if people want to learn more about you your story, self-storage, what it is you're doing, what's the best way for them to get a hold of you? AJ: Yeah, so you know, I have self-storage income, which is the largest self-storage podcast in the world. I also wrote the number one best-selling book in our space, growing wealth in self-storage, and YouTube. If you want to learn about self-storage, all our contents free go out there and we have endless amounts of it and then Instagram is showing you everything we're doing. That's probably the easiest way it's AJ Osborne and you can go to any of my company self-storage, income cedar creek wealth, that's my private equity company but yeah, we're all over the internet. So AJ Osborne self-storage and there's no way you're not going to find me. But any of those resources, podcasts, YouTube, the book, or once again, my Instagram, which I'm always populating and uploading to learn more. Michael: Love it at. Well, thanks again for hanging out with me. I really appreciate you taking the time. AJ: Hey, thanks for having me on, I appreciate it. Michael: Hey take care, we will talk soon! Alright, everyone, that was our episode for today, a big thank you to AJ for sharing all those nuggets of wisdom, his background, where he come from, where he's been and where he's going. As always, if you'd liked the episode, feel free to leave us a rating or review wherever you get your podcast anything focusing on the next one. Happy investing…
CJ Cron is a stud. Without a doubt the most impactful bat of the 2022 season, the first basemen has been key to the Rockies offense. He's also one of the most enticing trade pieces the team has. Cron has said he feels at home with Colorado, the team that finally offered him a multi year deal. Should the Rockies move Cron at the deadline? Or, see if he continues to help this team and with the return of Kris Bryant, get this team back to winning. Follow the show on Twitter @LORockies and the host Paul Holden @PaulHolden33. Don't miss out on the live show by subscribing to our YouTube channel! Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Sports Card Investor Download the Sports Card Investor App today and easily browse over 630K cards from every sport, with hundreds more added each week . Available for free in the Google Play and Apple App stores or go to sportscardinvestor.com/lockedon. Blue Nile Make your moment sparkle with jewelry from Bluenile.com, and LOCKED ON SPORTS listeners get $50 off purchases of $500 or more using code LOCKEDON. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The Lakers are said to be the frontrunners for Kyrie Irving. Jeanie Buss sent a cryptic tweet - who was she talking about? David Vassegh talks Dodgers after they won their series opener over Colorado.
Jen dives into some interesting stories outside the world of sports on “What's Brewin With Jen” to include a town in Colorado will finally be able to have ice cream trucks again after 65 years, a Long Island lifeguard gets attacked by a shark while teaching a shark safety course and an untouched Burger King found behind a wall.
Penn State football sits eighth in the country in the On3 Class rankings for 2023, heading into a critical stretch of commitments in July. The BWI Daily Recruiting show discusses the important news of the weekend and previews the month ahead. Host Greg Pickel and recruiting insider Ryan Snyder starts with the surprise that it was a quiet Fourth of July for Penn State recruiting. No players committed to the Nittany Lions over the holiday weekend, and the players that did plan on committing this week have moved their commitment dates to later in the month. Does that change this week? Snyder gives his thoughts and shares what details he knows about players' commitment plans. From there, they will discuss Carmelo Taylor, a speedy receiver from Virginia who is a part of the Nittany Lion's recruiting picture? Snyder and Pickel will break down where he fits in the Penn State pecking order and how Cameron Seldon plays into that picture. They'll also touch on Northeast (Philadelphia) offensive lineman Naquil Betrand, who released a top six earlier this week. After visiting the school last month, the former Colorado commit has Penn State in that group. What has Snyder heard about the offensive line class plans after Evan Link? He'll share what he knows. Next, they discuss the recruit names and commitment dates that are known. Ta'Mere Robinson and Tony Rojas have dates for later next week, while potential Oklahoma commit Derrick LeBlanc plans on making his announcement on the 28th. What about Treyaun Webb, London Montgomery, Evan Link, Jason Moore, and the rest of Penn State's top prospects? Snyder shares what he knows at this time. Finally, they'll discuss how Pennridge linebacker Phil Picciotti landed at Oklahoma. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In April of 2022 the American Association of Colleges of Osteopathic medicine or AACOM graciously invited the D.O. or Do Not podcast to attend their national meeting, “Educating Leaders” conference in Denver, Colorado. Our two producers, Lerone Cark, MS-II at the New York Institute of Technology College of Osteopathic Medicine and Brooke Pillegi, MS-II at the Alabama College of Osteopathic Medicine, as well as Ben Berg, our pre-medical student liaison, attended the conference to continue or mission of promoting awareness of osteopathic medicine by interviewing leaders in the field.We would like to thank Dr. Robert Cain, president of AACOM, Joseph Shapiro, director of media relations and Helene Cameron, Vice President of medical education services for having us at the conference and supporting the podcast. We had an amazing experience and would recommend the conference for any medical or pre-medical students interested in learning more about the inner workings of osteopathic medicine and osteopathic medical education.On todays episode we talk with Dr. Sami Nandyal, a recent medical school graduate from Ohio University at Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine in Athens, Ohio. She had won Student Doctor of the Year this year at the AACOM conference and is currently getting ready to start her family medicine residency at the University of Cincinnati. Dr. Nandyal talks about her experiences in medical school and why she has such a strong passion for family medicine, her experience with board exams, and her involvement with her community. She also gives great information and advice for medical students and pre-medical students alike. We hope you enjoy this episode.
On today’s Morning Magazine, while the “Big Lie” continues, we hear about how a Colorado-based election expert leads the conversation on the safety of mail-in voting. After that, we hear from a local artisan from Cameroon who uses his chocolate […]
With last week's hiring of assistant coach John Stevens, we could probably forecast that VGK will have a different look and a play within a much different system than with Pete DeBoer. Stevens will stress defense and transition. He won two Stanley Cups with the L.A. Kings and recently was an assistant in Dallas where the Stars were one of the top defensive teams. Will VGK give up scoring for defense? We also discuss what VGK would have looked like if they kept their Draft picks - following a model that was successful with recent Cup Champs, Colorado. And, will VGK go for the block vs other Pacific Division teams that are looking to sign big name free agents? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Chad Andrus and Denver7's Troy Renck fill in for Schlereth and Evans today. The DenverFan.com Omelet includes stories on Russell Wilson's international travels and potential Broncos new uniforms. Chad and Troy get into the NCAA conference realignment and what it means for Colorado and Colorado State. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Episode 144 is taking you skiing in Breckenridge on a quick weekend trip to enjoy the snow and crisp mountain air. We took this trip in March which is one of the snowiest seasons making it the perfect time to go skiing in Breckenridge, Colorado. We are not expert skiers! In fact, this was the very first time we tried cross country skiing and we loved it! We went skiing at the Breckenridge Nordic Center and would highly recommend it! The runs were smooth and fun, and they have skiing classes if you're interested in learning the fundamentals before getting out there. We'd also recommend that or you'll be falling all over the place like we were. There's so much fun to be had on a trip to Breckenridge Colorado above just skiing. There are tons of places to eat and drink, a forest troll to see, and even a winery - just make sure to make reservations and plan to drive in snowy, icy conditions. Travel Itineraries on Sale Now! Explore our 20+ page PDF trip and national park itineraries that plan every detail of the adventure for you. On sale for $30! travelsquadpodcast.com/travelitinerary Shop our favorite travel gear and gifts for travelers on our Amazon Shop https://www.amazon.com/shop/travelsquadpodcast Connect with us on Social Media: YouTube, TikTok, and Instagram Jamal: @jamal_marrush Brittanie: @brittanieharbick Kim: @lushdeez Email us at email@example.com to discuss: Being a guest on our podcast or having the squad on yours Ask a Question of the Week Discuss brand partnerships --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/travel-squad-podcast/support
Dr. Sharon Stills interviews John Augspurger, a respected and passionate leader in biological dentistry, with over 30 years' experience as a dentist. He is the President and Founder of BioDentist, a unique holistically-integrated, insurance-free dental practice located in Denver, Colorado. Using a BioRegulatory approach, Dr. Augspurger and Allyson Baker do not subscribe to the philosophy that the body is divorced from the mouth, but that dental practices affect the entire system, and vice versa. Tune in today to discover the revolutionary practice of Biological Dentistry.
When interest rates rose in mid-June, the housing market was expected to cool down. But in Colorado, and especially in Denver, housing prices had jumped to new heights during the pandemic, making affordability challenging. And rising rents are an issue too. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
We have both done some traveling since the last episode. Emily was in Colorado and Utah and Chris was in North Carolina and Illinois. You know we hit some bookstores, which you'll hear about in our Biblio-Adventures segment. We've also checked off two #BigBookSummer reads! Emily finished the Plainsong Series by Kent Haruf and Chris enjoyed her re-read of The Historian by Elisabeth Kostova. Some of the other books we discuss in this episode include Vacationland by Meg Mitchell Moore, My Autobiography of Carson McCullers: A Memoir by Jenn Shapland, Signal Fires by Dani Shapiro (out 10/18/2022), Cat's in the Navy by Scot Christenson, and The Local: A Legal Thriller by Joey Hartstone.
Move Away From People That Are Full of BS | Riderflex - Recruiting & Sourcing In life and business you are always going to run into people that are full of BS. Embellishments, ego, and made up stories can come from those we have in our lives. It's important to cut yourself loose from these people as often and quickly as you can. People who continually lie and embellish what's actually happening in the business can become toxic. Whether they're trying to get something for nothing or cover up what's really happening, it can translate into bad energy amongst the team and peers. If they're lying about other things, what are they saying about you in other settings? https://youtu.be/xK7t2GPLJW8 CEO, Steve Urban, shares why it's important to protect yourself and your business from people who are full of BS. Hear more great advice: https://www.youtube.com/c/Riderflex Top Executive Recruiting Firm - https://riderflex.com/ Riderflex - Recruiting & Consulting is a national, Colorado based, premier headhunter, RPO and employment agency; recruiting and searching the top talent for staffing your teams. #embellishment #bs #toxic #podcast #ColoradoRecruitingFirm #TopExecutiveRecruitingFirm #staffingagencycolorado #employmentagencydenver #headhunter #staffingfirm #Denver #Colorado #National #Riderflex --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/riderflex/support
Do you compare yourself to other entrepreneurs? The grass always looks greener on the other side — if you've compared your business to a 100k or 200k business on social media, you are not alone! What does it mean to have a 100k or 200k business? In this episode of The Pollen Podcast, we'll talk about how money, business, and revenue are often portrayed online. Sometimes, how people frame their financial accomplishments can be misleading. But if you have a firm understanding of revenue, you can build a 100k or 200k business, as well. Listen to this episode to learn the truth behind revenue and financial wins. Create your own creative entrepreneurship story of clarity, professional confidence, and profit. Join Diana's 90-day group course Camp Clarity and learn everything you wish you already knew, like how to land dream clients, harness the power of social media, and make the money you deserve. Learn more here.
Huiling Pritchett, born and raised in mainland China, came to United States of America in her late 20's and soon encountered and embraced her Christian faith. Huiling has 2 children of Chinese descent from her first marriage. She remarried to Craig Pritchett and has a blended family now with 6 children. Currently, Huiling is practicing as a licensed professional counselor in Colorado. She is also ordained to the counseling ministry by the Cumberland Presbyterian Church. Huiling desires to hold the space in counseling sessions for individuals and couples, where they feel safe to open up, let go, and transform by God's love and light. To learn more about Huiling's counseling practice visit her website at: https://integratedccc.com/Music is provided by Pierce Murphy, Caldera Blue. Source: https://www.freemusicarchive.org/music/Pierce_Murphy/through-the-olive-branches/caldera-blueComments: http://freemusicarchive.org/Additional comments: modifications made to shorten and loop song for introduction and closing of podcast.Copyright Attribution and License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/
Democrats are doing everything they can to prevent a red wave this November. In order to do so, they're hoping to keep Colorado Senator Michael Bennet's seat blue. Joe O'Dea won the Republican primary last week. He joins the Rundown to discuss how he overcame attack ads from the left, why he believes it's important to find middle ground when it comes to abortion, and why his background in business helps him to relate to Colorado voters during these tough economic times. Instead of the traditional 5-day work week, some companies are experimenting with a 4-day week with no cut in pay. One U.K. non-profit is organizing a six-month trial involving 70 companies and 3,300 employees. CEO of 4 Day Week Global Joe O'Connor joins the Rundown to discuss how the trials have been going, the shortened work week's boost on morale and productivity, and how adopting the new format can give companies a competitive edge when recruiting. Plus, commentary by Fox News contributor Tomi Lahren. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Whether you're an experienced coach, new to the field, or just pondering the possibilities, you'll be encouraged and challenged by today's interview with Todd Kemp. Although Todd is a Master's Certified Coach, his coaching career didn't begin until an unexpected layoff led to a crisis in his career and life. Tune in to hear how becoming a coach impacted Todd's faith and character formation, the up and down path of entrepreneurship, and the true joy of pursuing what was most meaningful to him About Todd Kemp: Todd coaches leaders and teams who need to adapt to new realities, reimagine how they create value, and grow their leadership capacities – so that they, their noble missions, and families can flourish. He also serves as a coach for a Convene peer advisory group of Christian CEOs and business owners in the Denver, Colorado area. He helps these leaders to integrate their faith and leadership to build healthy companies and cultures that love well, do good work, and honor God while earning a fair profit for a purpose. Todd has earned his Master Certified Coach credential from the ICF, a Certified Professional Leadership Coach designation from PCCI, and a Team Coaching certification. He also holds an MA degree in Positive Psychology and Coaching. He and his bride live outside of Denver where they are open-nesters with two young adult children, and enjoy hiking, skiing, and building into people who want to create meaningful change in their lives. Get your FREE copy of: 25 Extravagant Listening Tips for Leaders at www.northwisegroup.com
Dr. Simeon Hein is a sociologist since 1992. Since 1997, Dr. Hein has taught resonant viewing since 1997 at Mount Baldy Institute in Boulder, Colorado. His research has seen Dr. Hein look into the paranormal, crop circles, and unidentified aerial phenmomenon.
1. Jose Ramirez is clearly hurt there, we said it. Since his thumb injury against the Colorado Rockies. His wRC+ has dropped 120 points and he has been a below-league-average bat. We talk about the effect it has had on the lineup and why it might be better for him to rest. We also get into the shock of seeing Ernie Clement as a pinch hitter. Clement is a great guy, I have heard. He has the speed and defense to be a solid major leaguer. Since the Colorado series he has a wRC+ of -42, and throughout the season has one of the lowest wRC+ in baseball. 2. We talk about the first game. The Guardians managed just two hits against a player the Tigers chose not to roster this offseason. Hill might not be a Tiger if there had been a Rule 5, so it is not just the Guardians benefiting. We talk about the Naylor injury and the offensive struggles in general outside of Naylor. We also give kudos to Zach Plesac for another solid outing. 3. We talk about the second loss of the day which puts the Chicago White Sox just 1.5 games behind the Guardians. It was another game of offensive struggles but the pitching was also an issue in this game. We talk about the players who are performing in the minors and why Alex Call, Will Brennan, and Nolan Jones should all be gaining consideration for this Guardians roster while injuries appear to be piling up and other players struggle to produce. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Sports Card Investor Download the Sports Card Investor App today and easily browse over 630K cards from every sport, with hundreds more added each week . Available for free in the Google Play and Apple App stores or go to sportscardinvestor.com/lockedon. Blue Nile Make your moment sparkle with jewelry from Bluenile.com, and LOCKED ON SPORTS listeners get $50 off purchases of $500 or more using code LOCKEDON. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
On this episode the boys are joined by current Vegas Golden Knight's General Manager Kelly McCrimmon. McCrimmon has been with Vegas from the start, as an assistant GM from 2016-2019, and the big dog ever since. In just a three year stint he's been through and handled much more than most do, the pressure to win in Vegas is REAL. We get into the Jack Eichel trade, handling the Lehner/Fleury situation, dealing with locker room chemistry and much more. Before the interview the boys get into the Ryan McDonagh trade, Colorado's parade, and much more. After your ears recover from the fireworks, kick your feet up and enjoy Kelly McCrimmon on this edition of the Cam & Strick Podcast. Interview starts: 1:04:40InstagramTwitterYouTubeTikTokCam & Strick WebsiteYou can also keep up with the boys on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook!Andy Strickland - Instagram | TwitterCam Janssen - Instagram | Twitter | Facebook
We are catching up with Old Elk's Master Distiller, Greg Metze, since his last appearance back in Episode 101. Old Elk Distillery is continuing to grow, expand its limited release portfolio , and experiment with blends and finishes. We taste their Master's Blend Series offerings, Four Grain Bourbon and Double Wheat. Find out what's going on in Fort Collins Colorado in this week's episode of Bourbon Lens. Stream this episode on your favorite podcast app and be sure to drop us a review while you're there. e are thankful for everyone who has supported us. A huge shoutout goes to our growing Patreon Community as well! We'd appreciate it if you can take the time to give us feedback on our podcast. If you enjoy our content, consider giving us a 5 star rating on your favorite podcast app, leave us a review, and tell a fellow bourbon lover about our show. Follow us @BourbonLens on Instagram, Facebook, & Twitter. And please check out our Patreon to learn how you can support our endeavors, earn Bourbon Lens swag, be part of future barrel picks, and more. If you have any comments, questions, or suggestions, please email us at TheBourbonLens@Gmail.com. Visit our website BourbonLens.com to check out our blog posts, or even purchase your own Bourbon Lens tasting glass or t-shirt. Cheers,Scott and JakeBourbon Lens About Greg Metze Greg Metze, Master Distiller at Old Elk Distillery, has four decades of distilling experience, starting at the Joseph E. Seagram & Sons Distillery located in Lawrenceburg, Indiana, in 1978. He is considered one of the spirits industry's premier master distillers and has had a hand in crafting many of the whiskies on the shelf today. Greg's connection to Old Elk traces back to the distillery's inception. He was master distiller at MGP Ingredients when Old Elk Distillery asked him, in 2013, to create the signature mash bill for Old Elk Blended Straight Bourbon Whiskey that would bring to life the vision of Old Elk's founder, Curt Richardson. With an unrestricted approach, Greg's direction helped develop a custom mashbill with four times more malted barley than the conventional recipe. After spending most of his career at Seagram & Sons (which later became LDI and then MGP Ingredients), Greg was offered the Master Distiller position at Old Elk. He joined Old Elk Distillery in 2016, marking the first time he has ever worked exclusively for one brand. Greg and head distiller Kate Douglas developed Old Elk's proprietary Slow CutTM proofing process, where the liquid is proofed down over an extended period of time instead of the traditional 24-48 hours. This results in less heat created during the proofing process, and thus a smoother tasting bourbon. All Old Elk whiskies, including this wheat whiskey, go through the Slow Cut™ proofing process. While Greg quietly earned fame among whiskey enthusiasts as the master distiller behind many popular sourced whiskey brands, he now has a distillery and a legacy brand to call “home.”
Anthony and Shawn spend this holiday edition of the PHNX Sun Devils show talking about the recent Wildcat Authority report linking Arizona State, Arizona, Colorado and Utah to upcoming discussions with the Big 12. This is an episode you won't want to miss! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
A conversation with Jim Womack, Executive Director of Family Support Services. A native of southeast Colorado, Jim arrived in the Panhandle for college, and has since served this area in a variety of different roles from the criminal justice system to the nonprofit world. In this conversation with host Jason Boyett, Womack shares about leading Family Support Services through a fire that destroyed its headquarters in 2020—all while navigating his own cancer diagnosis and treatment during the pandemic. This episode is sponsored by SKP Creative, La-Z-Boy Furniture and the TEXAS Outdoor Musical.
This week's conversation is with Marquis Bowden, who you may remember from Episode 132 back in the fall of 2020. Since that time nearly two years ago Marquis and I have kept in close touch and make it a point to catch up with one another every couple of weeks. His life has undergone a lot of changes since we recorded that first podcast: he moved from the only place he'd ever known, Los Angeles, California, to the mountains of Boulder, Colorado. He's embedded himself into the running and cycling communities there and put himself on a path to chase his professional, athletic, and personal dreams. In this episode, we talk about that transition and what it's been like for him. We discuss trauma, hardship, reaching out for help, and prioritizing mental health. Marquis told me about trying to take his running to the next level, navigating injuries from both a physical and emotional standpoint, the importance of leaning into his community, especially during tough times, and a lot more. This episode is brought to you by:— New Balance. If you're looking for a workhorse to run most of your miles in, look no further than the FreshFoam X 1080 v12. This shoe has the perfect blend of cushioning and responsiveness, it's lightweight, it transitions smoothly, it has the most streamlined fit to accommodate a wide variety of foot types, and it holds up to heavy mileage week in and week out. The FreshFoam X 1080v12 is available in both men's and women's sizes on newbalance.com or at your local run specialty retail store. Click here for complete show notes, sign up here to get the morning shakeout email newsletter delivered to your inbox every Tuesday, and/or join our growing community on Patreon, where you'll also gain access to exclusive content like The Weekly Rundown, my Patreon-only podcast with Billy Yang, a live monthly Coaches' Corner discussion, and other perks that pop up from time to time.Music and editing for this episode of the morning shakeout podcast by John Summerford. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
“Beta readers and editors are worth their weight in gold.” – Helen StarbuckToday's featured award-winning author is a third-generation Colorado native, former OR nurse, editor, and speaker, Helen Starbuck. Helen and I have a fun chat about her award-winning book series, “An Annie Collins Mystery”, how her career as an operating room nurse translated into her current career as a writer, and more!!! Key Things You'll Learn:How she became a writerHow Helen's work as a nurse affects her writingWhy great books need good editors and honest beta readersWhy you must be as accurate as possible as an author no matter what genre you write forThe mindset to have about receiving bad book reviewsWhy she does not get free coffee. Helen's Site: https://www.helenstarbuck.com/Helen's Books: https://www.amazon.com/kindle-dbs/entity/author/B076KPPQ52?_encoding=UTF8&node=283155&offset=0&pageSize=12&searchAlias=stripbooks&sort=date-desc-rank&page=1&langFilter=default#formatSelectorHeader The opening track is titled "Pilot Wings Remix" by Rukunetsu (aka Project R). Click on the following link to listen and cop the full tune. https://soundcloud.com/rukunetsu/pilotwings-4-results You May Also Like… Ep. 351 – “The Gift Legacy” with JP McLean (@jpmcleanauthor): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/ep-351-the-gift-legacy-with-jp-mclean-jpmcleanauthor/ Ep. 410 – “Research Scientist Turned Urban Fantasy Author” with Kristi Charish (@kristicharish): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/ep-410-research-scientist-turned-urban-fantasy-author-with-kristi-charish-kristicharish/ Ep. 314.5 (Holiday Bonus) – “Turning Point” with Kristy Smith (@kristynotkirsty): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/ep-3145-holiday-bonus-turning-point-with-kristy-smith-kristynotkirsty/ Ep. 311.5 (Host 2 Host Special) – “More Than Enough” with Emma Dhesi (@emmadhesi): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/ep-3115-host-2-host-special-more-than-enough-with-emma-dhesi-emmadhesi/ 257.5 (Host 2 Host Special) – “Write Words” with Kristine Raymond (@k_raymondauthor): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/2575-host-2-host-special-write-words-with-kristine-raymond-k_raymondauthor/ #LocalAuthor Bonus Ep. – “The Wise Man” with Michele Chynoweth (@AuthorMichele): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/localauthor-bonus-ep-the-wise-man-with-michele-chynoweth-authormichele/ #Holiday Bonus Ep. – “Bird of Paradise” with Emily Johnson (@elhughes01): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/holiday-bonus-ep-bird-of-paradise-with-emily-johnson-elhughes01/ Ep. 340 – “A Single Light” with Tosca Lee (@ToscaLee): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/ep-340-a-single-light-with-tosca-lee-toscalee/ Ep. 311 – “Works of Urban Mythopoeia” with Cat Rambo (@Catrambo): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/ep-311-works-of-urban-mythopoeia-with-cat-rambo-catrambo/ Ep. 332 – “Her Perfect Life” with Hank Phillippi Ryan (@HankPRyan): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/ep-332-her-perfect-life-with-hank-phillippi-ryan-hankpryan/ Ep. 330 – “A Long Way from Ordinary” with Ann Charles (@AnnWCharles): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/ep-330-a-long-way-from-ordinary-with-ann-charles-annwcharles/ Ep. 454 – “Twenty-One Olive Trees” with Laura Formentini (@FormentiniLove): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/ep-454-twenty-one-olive-trees-with-laura-formentini-formentinilove/ Ep. 442 – “Jungle Jean” with Geralyn Gendreau (@geralyngendreau): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/ep-442-jungle-jean-with-geralyn-gendreau-geralyngendreau/ Ep. 443 – “Buried Beneath” with Kelly Ann Hopkins (@khopkinswrites): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/ep-433-buried-beneath-with-kelly-ann-hopkins-khopkinswrites/ Ep. 318 – “Beautiful, Frightening and Silent” with Jennifer Anne Gordon (@JenniferAnneGo5): https://www.goingnorthpodcast.com/ep-318-beautiful-frightening-and-silent-with-jennifer-anne-gordon-jenniferannego5/
This is a segment of episode 325 of Last Born In The Wilderness, “Faster Than Forecast: Greenland Ice Collapse; Our Climate Undone w/ Jason Box.” Listen to the full episode: https://www.lastborninthewilderness.com/episodes/jason-box Learn more about Dr. Box and his book ‘Faster Than Forecast,' and subscribe to his YouTube channel: https://www.sila.cool / https://www.youtube.com/c/JasonBoxClimate Renowned climate scientist and "ice maverick" Dr. Jason Box joins me to discuss the specific and broad implications of anthropogenic climate disruption. He cites nearly three decades worth of on-the-ground documentation of the impacts human industrial activity is having on the rapidly thawing Greenland ice sheet, written about extensively in his independently published book ‘Faster Than Forecast: The Story Ice Tells Us About Climate Change.' Jason Box is a professor in Glaciology and Climate at the Geologic Survey of Denmark and Greenland (GEUS). Since 1994, he has made 30 expeditions to Greenland to install and maintain measurement networks on Greenland ice. He is a lead author for Arctic Monitoring and Assessment Program (AMAP) and a contributing author to the most recent three Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) assessment reports. He is an outspoken advocate for climate change risk management, including having joined panels to evaluate climate altering technologies. Jason specializes in satellite observations of snow and ice and mass balance modeling. Jason has degrees in Geography and Atmospheric and Oceanic Science from the University of Colorado. For 9 years (2003-2011), Jason taught university courses in micro-climatology, climate change and environmental science at The Ohio State University. WEBSITE: https://www.lastborninthewilderness.com PATREON: https://www.patreon.com/lastborninthewilderness DONATE: https://www.paypal.me/lastbornpodcast / https://venmo.com/LastBornPodcast BOOK LIST: https://bookshop.org/shop/lastbornpodcast EPISODE 300: https://lastborninthewilderness.bandcamp.com BOOK: http://bit.ly/ORBITgr ATTACK & DETHRONE: https://anchor.fm/adgodcast DROP ME A LINE: Call (208) 918-2837 or http://bit.ly/LBWfiledrop EVERYTHING ELSE: https://linktr.ee/patterns.of.behavior
In today's episode of Backpacker Radio, presented by The Trek, brought to you by RTIC, we are joined by Mickey aka The Virtual Sherpa. The Virtual Sherpa runs a successful website and youtube channel dedicated to sharing tips, trail overviews, and more from some of his favorite trails around Colorado and the greater Southwest. We chat about what some of the most underrated 13,000 ft peaks are in Colorado, and why they might be even better than many of the state's 14ers, some of his favorite hikes without hoards of people, his philosophy on gatekeeping and responsibly promoting trails, and much more. We wrap the show with a backpacking trip in Zion National Park that deserves to be on your bucket list, a Q&A touching on a range of subjects including but not limited to good hiking spots for late fall, what life is like with a budding toddler, the scent of tent sex, and more. RTIC Outdoors: Use code “backpacker” for 10% off orders over $50 at rticoutdoors.com. Gossamer Gear: Use code “littledonkeygirl” for 15% off at gossamergear.com. Organifi: Use code “backpacker” for 20% off at organifi.com/backpacker. Point6: Use code “point6trek” for 30% off at point6.com. [divider] Interview with Mickey aka “Virtual Sherpa” The Virtual Sherpa Website The Virtual Sherpa Youtube Channel The Virtual Sherpa Instagram Time stamps & Questions 00:04:40 - QOTD: At what age do people start consuming more Tums than Starbursts? 00:09:19 - Introducing Mickey aka “Virtual Sherpa” 00:09:37 - Mickey's Shit Story 00:12:42 - Tell us your backpacking and peak bagging resume. 00:14:30 - Discussion about trail and ultrarunning. 00:15:33 - What's harder, training for an Ironman or training for a 100-mile run? 00:19:29 - How fast are you? 00:20:55 - Give us some background on how the website started. 00:22:39 - Tell us about your preference with 14ers versus 13ers. 00:24:32 - Tell us why you loved living in Chicago if you hate people. 00:26:20 - Tell us about the 13er you did over Memorial Day? 00:27:15 - Fuck Mary Kill: peak bagging, CT section hikes/backpacking, trail running 00:28:40 - Tell us about the evolution of the website and Youtube channel. 00:31:32 - How do you feel about the conflict between exposing trails via the internet and avoiding people while hiking? 00:34:23 - Why does someone need to work hard to find a spot? 00:35:50 - Discussion about keeping spots secret, public land, and gatekeeping. 00:41:22 - How would you describe your audience and what are the most common questions you get? 00:44:10 - What are your top 3 favorite 14ers and top 3 least favorite 14ers? 00:46:58 - What are your favorite and least favorite 13ers? 00:48:35 - What are your top 3 secret spots? 00:51:20 - Discussion about fear and anxiety about the mountains. 00:53:19 - Do you have a preference between the blog or the Youtube channel? 00:55:52 - Have you asked your friend why there's a story before every recipe? 00:57:21 - What is a border-crossing expedition? 00:58:43 - Do you have any highlights from exploring Utah? 01:02:23 - Discussion about National Parks, crowds, and timing hikes. 01:07:34 - Discussion about Canyonlands. 01:09:13 - What are your big 3 for a typical backpacking trip? 01:12:22 - What's your typical camera setup? 01:14:40 - Tell us about your dog, taking your dog on adventures, and tips for hiking with dogs. 01:20:34 - Anything else do you want to share? 01:22:14 - Thank you! SEGMENTS Trek Propaganda The Zion Traverse: Hiking Off the Beaten Path in Utah's Most Popular National Park by Katie Kommer Q&A 5 Star Review [divider] Check out our sound guy @Paulybooyshallcross. Subscribe to this podcast on iTunes (and please leave us a review)! Find us on Spotify, Stitcher, and Google Play. Support us on Patreon to get bonus content. Advertise on Backpacker Radio Follow The Trek, Chaunce, Badger, and Trail Correspondents on Instagram. Follow The Trek and Chaunce on YouTube. Follow Backpacker Radio on Tik Tok. A super big thank you to our Chuck Norris Award winner(s) from Patreon: Andrew, Austen McDaniel, Jason Lawrence, Christopher Marshburn, Sawyer Products, Brad and Blair (Thirteen Adventures), Patrick Cianciolo, Paul Packman Sealy, Matt Soukup, Jason Snailer, and Greg Mac. A big thank you to our Cinnamon Connection Champions from Patreon: Liz Seger, Cynthia Voth, Emily Brown, Dcnerdlet, Jeff LaFranier, Peter Ellenberg, Jacob Northrup, Peter Leven.
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Welcome to Botched: A D&D Podcast! Now that Earl is dead and gone, a new party member has entered the game! And they also have a vehicle, conveniently, to get to Colorado. As they arrive in Colorado, it seems things are definitely not quiet. There are corpses everywhere, evidence of a firefight, and some unknown soldiers. The group has to get to the research facility, get in, and get out, while this war is going on. How will the group get into the facility? Who are these soldiers? Are the soldiers friendly? Why does everything always seem to revolve around a trenchcoat? Tune in and find out! We now have a PO Box! Wanna send us something? PO BOX 3178 Gettysburg, PA 17325 All of our previous seasons can be found on our new channel! Botched Archives! A special shout out and thank you to all of our supporters over on Patreon. You help us continue to churn out “quality” episodes. With your continued support we can take our show on the road! Check out our store over at Botched Podcast where you can find tshirts, stickers, pint glasses and more! Give us a 5 star review over on Itunes. Doing so will help the show grow, but we will also read out whatever you write at the end of one of our episodes! Feel free to email us any questions, comments or suggestions at BotchedPodcast@gmail.com Follow us on Twitter, Instagram, subscribe on Youtube, like us on Facebook. You can watch the show live on Twitch! Check out each of the hosts' Twitch streams! Dennis, Phil, Tristan Hosts: Dennis, Phil, Tristan, Jenna, Steve Editor: Dennis Producer: Phil and Dennis Executive Producers: James Thatcher, He Who Is Steve, Zach Anderson, Chronic Ejac, Jim Beverly, Seth Skinner, Shannon Tucker, Big Jon, Bmel, Disgruntled Furniture, Bread2287, GungnirtheDude Publisher: Phil and Dennis Art by Emily Swan Music by Gozer --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/botchedpodcast/support
Trailing 5-0 through much of the game and unable to figure out Arizona's Zac Gallen, Colorado manages to find a way to win the rubber match and take their second consecutive series all thanks to C.J. Cron. What reliever celebrated a milestone? Which players emerged from a slump? And who did the Rockies acquire in a trade? Homestand By the Statistics: More strong NL West play by Rockies thwarts Dodgers and Diamondbacks by Patrick Lyons Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Mark Masters is Colorado's 2nd cleanest comedian. He is a comedy club headliner who has performed and been featured in media outlets around the world. He hosts and books the Vail Comedy Show in Vail, Colorado Mark wrote and published the book 'Not Good Yet'; the incredible but true story of his first six months of comedy.
In this solo episode I break down why every man needs to have a physical training regimen. From running to lifting weights to Jiu Jitsu, it matters little. What matters most is that each man understands it is his RESPONSIBILITY to be in shape, strong and capable. Enjoy, Traver If you look at the civilized world and think, "no thank you," then you should subscribe to our podcast, so you don't miss a single episode! Also, join the uncivilized community, and connect with me on my website, YouTube, or Instagram so you can join in on our live recordings, ask questions to guests, and more. Join the Nation, registration is open now, AND it closes today. JOIN HERE Click here to sign up for the Kill the Nice Guy course. Click here for dates and early signup for Summer Initiation in Colorado. Get a copy of my book, Man UNcivilized
What if the foods we put in our mouth could positively influence the struggles related to depression, anxiety, PTSD and mental health in general? And what you discovered this connection wasn't simply something that fell under the general “eat right and exercise” guidance but rather that the science was clearly demonstrating a measurable impact?Welcome to the Catalyst Health, Wellness & Performance Coaching Podcast. Today's guest – Dr. Christopher Lowry – is likely to have you sprinting for the produce aisle.He is an Associate Professor of Integrative Physiology at the University of Colorado. His research program focuses on interventions for the prevention and treatment of disorders including anxiety, depression, and PTSD with an emphasis on the role of the microbiome-gut-brain axis in stress resilience, health, and disease. Looking for weekly tips, tricks and turbo boosts to enhance your life? Sign up for the CATALYST 5 here, a brief weekly bullet point list of 5 ideas, concepts or boosts Dr. Cooper has discovered to improve your personal and professional life!For more information about the Catalyst Community, earning your health & wellness coaching certification, the annual Rocky Mountain Coaching Retreat & Symposium and much more, please see https://www.catalystcoachinginstitute.com/ or reach out to us Results@CatalystCoachingInstitute.com If you'd like to share the Be A Catalyst! message in your world with a cool hoodie, t-shirt, water bottle stickers and more (100% of ALL profits go to charity), please visit https://teespring.com/stores/be-a-catalyst If you are a current or future health & wellness coach, please check out our Health & Wellness Coaching Forum Group on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/278207545599218. This is an awesome group if you are looking for encouragement, ideas, resources and more. Finally, if you enjoy the Catalyst Podcast, you might also enjoy the YouTube Coaching Channel, which provides a full library of freely available videos covering health, wellness & performance: https://www.youtube.com/c/CoachingChannel
How many times have you been pumped up to make changes in your life only to be disappointed when you quit a few days or weeks into your new habits? No amount of cute workout clothes or pretty planners is going to get you through the resistance and old programming that your brain offers you. Kristen's giving you exactly how you need to approach your personal development and habit goals instead. Here are a few highlights: Why we always have resistance to new habits at first What it means to live in the ‘both, and' world in the first 90 days of your new habit plan The 2 questions you need to answer before you start a new habit Why deciding between being outcome or process-focused is the key to sustainable success The different phases of building new habits We all have human brains, which means that we've all been stalled with resistance while trying to form new habits. To create discipline and develop long-term habits, we must learn how to plan for and manage our brain's stories when they inevitably crop up. Listen in to approach things differently. Thanks for listening! If you're a coach, service provider, or entrepreneur, you have to check out the live 2-day coaching event that I'm hosting with Samantha Siffring in September: Un-Locked You will learn exactly what you need to do to start driving revenue to your business immediately in a way that feels fun and energizing. Not only will you have the knowledge and a plan, but you will have the confidence and belief to implement it and take massive action. It's all happening September 8-9, 2022, at the Four Seasons in Denver, Colorado. Connect with Kristen: If you're ready to learn the simple process of running your social selling business online, you have to check out Kristen's live group coaching program! The Social Selling Academy: www.thesocialsellingacademy.com Interested in Kristen's exclusive mastermind for six-figure earners in the network marketing industry? Get all the details and join the waitlist here. Do you have a business full of customers and almost no builders? You're in need of a reboot! Learn the three skills you can learn that will completely change your recruitment game. Check it out here.