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Passive Income Unlocked
341. Protect Your Assets With An LLC with Garrett Sutton

Passive Income Unlocked

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 21:19


Garett Sutton is an attorney, best-selling author, and one of Robert Kiyosaki's Rich Dad Advisors. Garrett has over thirty-five years of experience in assisting individuals and businesses to limit their liability, protect their assets, implement advantageous corporate structures and advance their financial goals. A clear and engaging writer, Garrett authors various books that demystify legal topics and presents them in an understandable and accessible manner. Garrett is the author of Start Your Own Corporation, Loopholes of Real Estate, Writing Winning Business Plans, Buying and Selling a Business, Run Your Own Corporation, The ABCs of Getting Out of Debt, Scam-Proof Your Assets, and his newest book, Veil Not Fail in the Rich Dad Advisor Series. Garrett is also the author of How to Use Limited Liability Companies and Limited Partnerships, Toxic Client, and Finance Your Own Business, which he co-authored with credit expert Gerri Detweiler.   Garrett is the owner and operator of Corporate Direct and Sutton Law Center, which since 1990 has provided clients from around the world with asset protection and corporate formation and maintenance services. Robert Kiyosaki, the best-selling author of Rich Dad, Poor Dad calls Garrett and Corporate Direct “the premiere source for asset protection strategies.” Garett attended Colorado College and the University of California at Berkeley, where he received a B.S. in Business Administration in 1975. He graduated with a J.D. in 1978 from Hastings Law, the University of California's law school in San Francisco. He has appeared in the Wall Street Journal, the New York Times, and various other publications. Garrett enjoys speaking on asset protection strategies and is a frequent lecturer for business groups and the Rich Dad Advisors educational series.   In this episode, Garrett Sutton discusses state filing fees and how they can protect your business from lawsuits. He recommends being realistic about the need for a meeting and having an attorney review your business to make sure you're following all the rules set forth by your state. He discusses the importance of having separate LLCs for business purposes, as well as other important rules to follow when setting up an LLC. He encourages listeners to reach out to him for help with asset protection, as his services are much more affordable than most. To learn more about Garrett, listeners can visit his website at Belrose Storage Group!   [00:01 - 05:33] Opening Segment Garrett discusses his new book, “Veil Not Fail” To maintain asset protection, real estate investors must annually file fees with their state, have a meeting, and follow other rules set by the state   [05:34 - 16:38] Protect Your Assets With An LLC You need to have a separate bank account for your LLC or corporation You can't run an LLC or Corporation through your personal account You must have a registered agent to accept service of process or a notice of a lawsuit The need to have a separate tax return for each entity you own A management company can be used to pay for health insurance premiums or to protect the corporation from lawsuits The many types of LLCs that can be used for asset protection It is easy to switch registered agents, and having multiple registered agents can be annoying   [16:39 - 21:18] Closing Segment Garrett encourages listeners to book a 15-minute call with him to discuss asset protection options   Garrett shares where you can get in contact with him (links below)     Quote/s: “You want the world to know that they're doing business with a corporation or an LLC on your checks, on your contracts, and on your business cards.” – Garrett Sutton   You can connect with Garrett through his:  Website: Corporate Direct Facebook: Corporate Direct Twitter: Garrett Sutton LinkedIn: Garrett Sutton YouTube: Garrett Sutton   WANT TO LEARN MORE?   Connect with me through LinkedIn   Or send me an email at sujata@luxe-cap.com   Visit my website www.luxe-cap.com or my YouTube channel   Thanks for tuning in!   If you liked my show, LEAVE A 5-STAR REVIEW, like, and subscribe!

I.O.W Sports Network
Ep. 204 Deion to Colorado, College Football Playoffs

I.O.W Sports Network

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 132:52


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The Craig Silverman Show
Episode 125 - Adam Mares - DNVR - A Hundred Invisible Threads

The Craig Silverman Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2022 151:40


Rundown -   Adam Mares - 07:12   Troubadour Dave Gunders - 02:16:53   "Sugar Don't Call" by Dave Gunders - 02:23:08   Adam Mares is a big strong man at 6'5” and a solid 225 pounds. He was a skilled small college player who understands every aspect of basketball, and how it relates to life. As a metro Denver kid, Adam grew up a big Nuggets fan and Colorado's NBA team remains his passion.   Fans, players and the Nuggets have taken notice of Adam Mares' talents as a basketball pundit. Mares is a prolific commentator on social media and on his many podcast platforms.  DNVR is the place to be for sports stories, get togethers, podcasting, and more in Colorado, if you like the Nuggets, Avs, Broncos, Rockies, Buffs, Rams, etc. You can watch these guys on their YouTube channel. https://www.youtube.com/@DNVR_Sports   Mares heads up DNVR Nuggets and is an exceptional podcast talent because he puts his authenticity, passion and smarts on full display on his own shows, but especially here in this fast-moving podcast. Adam Mares is a main brain behind the popular #DNVR concept/brand that is going national now (e.g. PHNX, CHGO). https://www.youtube.com/@DNVR_Sports   On DNVR Nuggets podcast, Adam Mares and his regular mates are broadcasting gold. https://thednvr.com/category/podcasts/denver-nuggets-podcasts. Instant analysis in the upbeat Winner's Lounge after Nuggets' victories is always fun. The Loser's Lounge, after tough losses like Atlanta on 12.1.22, is also a cool place for Nuggets fans to commiserate and voice constructive criticism, with your homies.   Sports wagering is part of every DNVR podcast and we talk about it here. There is also talk of politics and its role in the NBA. We talk about David Stern, Adam Silver, Donald Sterling, Robert Sarver, Daryl Morey, LeBron James, the DeVos family and Kyrie Irving. As we get political, Adam Mares points to lessons from The Brothers Karamazov.   How did Adam Mares get so smart? Find out about his Northglenn/Thornton upbringing. Adam Mares credits Colorado College for giving him a new worldview. Imbued with talent, intellectual curiosity, and a love for basketball, listen and learn how Adam Mares excelled as a CC Tiger.   The Colorado College is a special place where NCAA basketball is great, but the academics and professors make the most impact. We talk about Adam Mares' love of reading and how he embraced education, and discovered a joy in reading, and expressing himself in block plan classes.   Post-college was an adventure and a challenge until Adam Mares found his way back to basketball. Mares elbowed his way into being one of Nuggets' most important pundits. Learn how. With DNVR, Adam Mares and his partners have built a sensational enterprise featuring podcasts, merch, publications, social media, and a fine bar/restaurant, with outstanding food. https://thednvr.com/the-dnvr-bar/   Growing up in metro Denver, there is shared love of the Nuggets and appreciation of this golden era of Nikola Jokic. Special attention is paid to special players Jamal Murray and Bones Hyland. The player who gets the most attention is Denver's two-time MVP. There has never been a better hooper in Colorado history.   No one analyzes Jokic better than Adam Mares who recently took his @DNVR crew on a pilgrimage to Serbia to discover the roots of the repeat MVP's greatness. It was an amazing trip which has led to a sensational documentary packed with history, humor, drama, and a new appreciation for Jokic. And for Mares.   A Hundred Invisible Threads is a superb exploration of the former Yugoslavia by these entertaining #DNVR hosts. It was a great time to travel there because Jokic was playing critical basketball for Serbia to remain in championship contention in the the FIBA Basketball World Cup. https://www.fiba.basketball/basketballworldcup/2023   The documentary's dramatic pacing is excellent. Adam Mares dominates the screen as a taller, more intellectual yet jock-like Anthony Bourdain. There are sensational foreign food and drink festivals but most of all, a love of basketball. And respect for Serbia.   Along the way, Adam Mares discovers what drives the Serbian people (formerly part of Yugoslavia) and the profound impact national dissolution and war had on their sports. The sports that matter in Serbia are soccer and basketball. Jokic is a national hero. Serbia craves recognition and respect.   You need not be a Jokic fan to enjoy this well-filmed documentary. But it helps. Watchers of this movie will become fans of its narrator, Adam Mares. Learn all about the making of A Hundred Invisible Threads toward the back end of this superb @adammares interview. https://thednvr.com/a-hundred-invisible-threads/   When basketball comes up, the show host recalls his halcyon days playing hoop at GWHS and CC (where he set single season scoring record in 1978). Adam Mares scored lots of points too by draining three pointers like Jokic, whereas host's college career preceded the 3-point line. Asterisk appropriate?https://cctigers.com/sports/2008/7/8/MBB_0708084724.aspx?id=135   At George Washington HS, host beat out Michael Ray Richardson for first-team All-City. Richardson ended up with the NY Knicks where he was All Pro and given the nickname Sugar. Sadly, Sugar Ray Richardson crashed due to substance abuse and became the subject of an NBA documentary. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YOo20EBKdDE   Show Troubadour Dave Gunders delivers his heartfelt song titled, Sugar Don't Call, which fits the fact Michael Ray Richardson and host have not met since they covered each other in DPL games in 1973 and 1974. No one has made the call. Maybe someday on a future podcast. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IqUDvBx-XgE   As for Sugar Ray Richardson, like Kyrie Irving, he's had some antisemitic things to say. The situation with bigotry by Kanye, Alex Jones and Nick Fuentes is again discussed with Dave Gunders. These are frightening times.. Too many disturbed and troubled people wrap their heads around hating Jews. https://www.espn.com/nba/news/story?id=2816356

New England Lacrosse Journal‘s Chasing The Goal
Colorado College's Mike Horowitz

New England Lacrosse Journal‘s Chasing The Goal

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 46:43


Mike Horowitz has been the Colorado College men's lacrosse coach since 2021. Horowitz joined the Tigers after a six-year run as an assistant coach at Division I Saint Joseph's University in Philadelphia, where he helped guide the Hawks to four Northeast Conference regular-season championships.

The Tech Trek
Tips to help Founders find a coach

The Tech Trek

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 22:59


In this episode, Beth Scheer, Talent Partner at Homebrew, talks about the drivers for hiring a coach and what to look out for while going through the process. Key Takeaways: Why would a founder should look for a coach? Big commitment to hiring a coach Make sure you do a reference check with people the coach has worked with the right questions are a must. A good coach for someone else might not be the right coach for you How to interview a coach Costs of hiring a coach Red Flags to look for when hiring a coach About today's guest: At Homebrew, Beth Scheer works closely with founders and their executive team members as an advisor on all things Talent-related, including recruiting, diversity & inclusion, compensation, onboarding, and people operations. Before Homebrew, Beth spent 5+ years at Salesforce leading executive search, sales leadership search and the sales growth/professional services recruiting teams. Before that, she built the Google AdSense team in 2003 and then spent 6 years hiring for business operations, corporate communications, and various engineering teams. She is a proud graduate of The Colorado College with a BS in Psychology. https://www.linkedin.com/in/bethscheer/ beth@homebrew.co ___ Thank you so much for checking out this episode of The Tech Trek, and we would appreciate it if you would take a minute to rate and review us on your favorite podcast player. Want to learn more about us? Head over at https://www.elevano.com Have questions or want to cover specific topics with our future guests? Please message me at https://www.linkedin.com/in/amirbormand (Amir Bormand)

The Rink Live
Weekend Rewind: Minnesota's No. 1 Again, Previewing SCSU vs. UND, National Championship Rematch

The Rink Live

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 37:42


The Rink Live's Sydney Wolf, Mick Hatten, Matt Wellens and Brad Schlossman catch up on the weekend of college hockey after Thanksgiving. Wolf discusses an interesting weekend for the Gophers men's and women's hockey teams. Schlossman talks about North Dakota's win and tie with Bemidji State. Hatten reviews a weekend sweep for the St. Cloud State women. Wellens previews a couple of series where the teams have seen each other earlier this season: Minnesota Duluth men playing host to Colorado College and the UMD women playing host to Ohio State in a rematch of last season's national championship game. Hatten also talks about this weekend's home-and-home series for the SCSU women against St. Thomas and he and Schlossman talk about North Dakota playing SCSU in men this weekend at the Herb Brooks National Hockey Center. The panel also answers the question of what is the biggest need for the team you cover?   For more hockey coverage, visit The Rink Live.

Present Company
What & Why (Point Break)

Present Company

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2022 4:38


Krista and Isabel share this week's What & Why, Point Break. Curious what else the Queue team is watching? Head over to Netflix and search Queue's Queue for more recommendations!

Light the Lamp Podcast
S2 E9: Turkey Day Special

Light the Lamp Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2022 62:29


Happy Thanksgiving! We are back this week for a special Turkey Day episode to talk about last week's exciting matchups all across the NCAA. We discuss UND and UMD playing TUKREY in the NCHC, Michigan State's surprising STUFF of Penn State, and SCSU going HAM on Colorado College. And as always, we make our weekly picks. Tune in

The Rink Live
Weekend Rewind: Gophers & Huskies Sweep, UMD Picks Up Win At Western Michigan

The Rink Live

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 32:14


The Rink Live reporters catch up on the weekend of college hockey action before Thanksgiving. Mick Hatten recaps St. Cloud State's road sweep at Colorado College, Matt Wellens tackles Minnesota Duluth's weekend split at Western Michigan. Jess Myers talks Minnesota's sweep at Michigan. Wellens also discusses the UMD women's team pounding Harvard by a combined score of 13-0 in a nonconference series. Myers recaps the shootout win and loss for the Gophers' women at Wisconsin. The panel also discusses what they are thankful for and what the teams that they cover are thankful for. For more hockey coverage, visit The Rink Live.

Huskies Hockey Podcast
Split vs Western Michigan - One Protocol Violation Too Many

Huskies Hockey Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2022 117:34


Weldie and Andrew try to make sense of the weekend split against the Western Michigan Broncos. We try to make sense out of the random penalties that plagued both teams, the net's tendency to become dislodged, the goalie tandem, and a preview of Colorado College. Also: A look at the surprises around college hockey as the season starts to take shape. Enjoy! #GOHUSKIESWOOOOO 

The Hockey News Podcast
THN American Pipeline Podcast: Islanders Prospects and Merrimack

The Hockey News Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 32:55


On this week's episode with Mike Stephens and Sydney Wolf: - There were many impressive performers in NCAA, USHL and Team USA action this past week, including Cole Eiserman and James Hagens at the World U-17s. - The player to watch this week is Colorado College's Noah Laba, who has 10 points in 10 games as a freshman. Laba was drafted by the New York Islanders in the fourth round of the 2022 NHL draft. - The Islanders are also the NHL team profile of the week, with seven prospects in the American Pipeline. - Merrimack College swept Boston College last weekend for the first time since 1997 as they slowly move up the ranks. - Much more NCAA and USHL news, including games to watch and notable decommits.

The Rink Live
SCSU's Grant Cruikshank on Hot Start, His Skating Coach Parents, the Ease of His Transfer

The Rink Live

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 26:55


Grant Cruikshank is off to the best start of his college career with eight goals and 13 points in the first 10 games this season for the St. Cloud State men's hockey team. Cruikshank is a fifth-year senior who played last season for the University of Minnesota and the three previous seasons at Colorado College. The center talks about some of the keys to his fast start (11:50), the team's 8-2 start and previews this weekend's series against Western Michigan (7-4) at the Herb Brooks National Hockey Center. He also discusses his family (16:00), which includes his father (Dave), mother (Bonnie) and sister (Blair). Dave and Bonnie are former Olympic speed skaters who are now skating coaches. His sister is looking to compete in speed skating in the 2026 Winter Olympics in Italy. Cruikshank talks about all this and more on this episode the Huskies Hockey Insider podcast with The Rink Live's Mick Hatten.   For more hockey coverage, visit The Rink Live.

Light the Lamp Podcast
S2 E7: "Rocky Mountain High" With Special Guest - "College Hockey Stuff"

Light the Lamp Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 64:46


Episode 7 of Light the Lamp is here and this week, we bring on Ross from "College Hockey Stuff" to break down last week's matchups! Last week, big games in Colorado stole the show with Colorado College getting a big win against Duluth, and Denver taking a win against SCSU. We talk about Uconn/Penn State and their early dominance, Notre Dame's struggles, and Magnus Chrona's odd style choices. And as always, we make our picks in a stacked week 7. Give both pages a follow to stay updated and support the college hockey community. Instagram: @collegehockeystuff & @lightthelamppod Follow our social media pages to stay on top of everything college hockey! Instagram: @lightthelamppod Twitter: @LTLPod Youtube: @LighttheLamp Looking to start your own podcast? Join Anchor today!

The Rink Live
Splits, Protocol Penalties, Video Reviews and More

The Rink Live

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 34:55


The Rink Live's Kirsten Krull, Mick Hatten, Matt Wellens, Jess Myers, and Brad Schlossman meet to catch up on the first weekend of November college hockey action. Hatten recaps St. Cloud State's overtime win and loss at Denver, Schlossman reviews North Dakota's win and shootout loss at Omaha, Wellens tackles Minnesota Duluth's weekend split at Colorado College. Wellens also discusses the Bulldogs women dropping two to the University of Minnesota and helps preview UMD's series at St. Cloud State. Hatten talks about the second straight WCHA series sweep for SCSU at Bemidji State. Schlossman looks ahead to the series between Denver and North Dakota, the defending co-NCHC champions. The group also discusses more protocol penalties being called, the changing way that coaches are having to approach challenges and some of the frustrations that coaches are having. The question of the week for the reporters is to give an assessment of the goaltending for the respective teams that they cover. For more hockey coverage, visit The Rink Live.

KRDO Newsradio 105.5 FM • 1240 AM • 92.5 FM
Colorado College Hockey - Kris Mayotte Show - November 1, 2022

KRDO Newsradio 105.5 FM • 1240 AM • 92.5 FM

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 45:29


During this November 1st edition of the Kris Mayotte Show from P74: The Downtown Paninos at 604 North Tejon, Ken Landau talked with Kris about the October non-conference games and the NCHC regular season opener against Minnesota-Duluth on Friday. Bryan Yoon and Nicklas Andrews were the player guests during the show.

KRDO Newsradio 105.5 FM, 1240 AM 92.5 FM
Colorado College Hockey - Kris Mayotte Show - November 1, 2022

KRDO Newsradio 105.5 FM, 1240 AM 92.5 FM

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 45:29


During this November 1st edition of the Kris Mayotte Show from P74: The Downtown Paninos at 604 North Tejon, Ken Landau talked with Kris about the October non-conference games and the NCHC regular season opener against Minnesota-Duluth on Friday. Bryan Yoon and Nicklas Andrews were the player guests during the show.

Broken Boxes Podcast
Full Circle: Conversation with Christine Howard Sandoval

Broken Boxes Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022


In this episode we hear interdisciplinary artist Christine Howard Sandoval in conversation with Cannupa Hanska Luger. Christine breaks down the importance of research within her current practice and how her family have become an integral part of her work as she uncovers deeper relationship to her ancestors' pathways throughout California. She reflects on the complexity of connection, disconnection and reconnection to land that we all face today and how she uses performance, video surveillance documentation and large scale earthen paintings to expand upon these notions of belonging. Christine implores us to examine the future of art and education and to trust our own speed and trajectory as we navigate the artworld, reminding us that culture is not static. More about the artist: Christine Howard Sandoval is an interdisciplinary artist who lives and works in the unceded territories of the Squamish, Tsleil-Waututh, and Musqueam First Nations and is an Assistant Professor of Interdisciplinary Praxis in the Audain Faculty of Art at Emily Carr University (Vancouver, BC). She is an enrolled member of the Chalon Nation in Bakersfield, CA. Howard Sandoval's work has exhibited nationally and internationally including: The Museum of Contemporary Art, University of São Paulo (Brazil), The Contemporary Art Gallery (Vancouver, BC), Oregon Contemporary (Portland, OR), The Museum of Capitalism (Oakland, CA), Designtransfer, Universität der Künste Berlin (Berlin, Germany), El Museo Del Barrio (New York, NY), and Socrates Sculpture Park (Queens, NY). Howard Sandoval's work has been the subject of solo museum exhibitions at the ICA San Diego (2021) and Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center at Colorado College (2019), during which time she was the Mellon Artist in Residence at Colorado College. Howard Sandoval has been awarded numerous residencies including: UBC Okanagan, Indigenous Art Intensive program (Kelowna, BC), ICA San Diego (Encinitas, CA), Santa Fe Art Institute (Santa Fe, NM), Triangle Arts Association (New York, NY). She is represented by parrasch heijnen, Los Angeles. Photo credit: Rachel Topham Photography Featured song: Journey In Satchidananda by Alice Coltrain

College Hockey SW Weekly
Analytics and Eyeballs  Se 2 Ep 4  October 24, 2022

College Hockey SW Weekly

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 73:06


Join Scott and Paul for another episode of Analytics and Eyeballs!  Tonight, we kick off “administrators week” with Vice President/Director of Athletics at Colorado College, Lesley Irvine; plus Paul unveils a new “Super 16!”  For more, click like and subscribe, and go to www.IceTimeHockeyWest.com. 

College Hockey SW Weekly
College Hockey West LIVE!  Se 2 Ep 6  October 18, 2022

College Hockey SW Weekly

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2022 63:27


Join Scott and Paul for another episode of College Hockey West Live! Tonight, we are previewing this weekend's matchup between Colorado College and Arizona State at the new Mullet Arena.  Plus the National Championship banner raising in Denver;  we welcome Colorado College Assistant Coach Peter Mannino!  For more, click like and subscribe and go to www.IceTimeHockeyWest.com.  

TNT Radio
Professor David Hendrickson on The Hrvoje Morić Show - 14 October 2022

TNT Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 55:48


On today's show Professor David Hendrickson will discuss US foreign policy and the war in Ukraine. GUEST OVERVIEW: Prof. David C. Hendrickson has taught at Colorado College since 1983, and was chair of the Political Science department from 2000 to 2003. Hendrickson received a Ph.D. in Political Science from Johns Hopkins University (Baltimore) in 1982. He teaches courses in American foreign policy and international relations and is Professor Emeritus of Political Science at Colorado College.

How Soccer Explains Leadership Podcast
50 Years of Stories with Horst Richardson, Legendary Colorado College Coach & USC Hall of Famer

How Soccer Explains Leadership Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 58:50


In Episode 103, Horst Richardson, who coached the Colorado College Tigers Men's Soccer team for 50 years and is a United Soccer Coaches Hall of Fame Member, talks with Phil and Paul about his extensive coaching experience and the lessons he learned from the journey, his favorite things about coaching, unorthodox film sessions, leadership and life lessons he has taught and learned from a half-century of coaching, how he defines success in coaching, why coaches need to not blow their whistles too much, and, most of all, some incredible (and funny) stories from his really long coaching career (all of which you can find in the book he and his wife, Helen, wrote about the history of Colorado College soccer (link below)). Specifically, Horst discusses: His personal story, his journey from Germany to Colorado Springs, his circuitous and serendipitous path to coaching at Colorado College, and how he developed his passion for soccer, leadership, and coaching (3:13) The story behind him sharing the stage with Pele at a NSCAA Convention in Philadelphia (11:10) A video project he is working on and how he used Super 8 video footage to do video sessions well ahead of most other coaches (14:00) Some fun memorable moments from 50 years of coaching, and lessons we can learn from the stories (20:33) What he loved about being a coach for 50 years at CC (27:46) An amazing story about when he almost lost a player in China (30:28) Why Horst reminds Phil of Mr. Miyagi from The Karate Kid, and what we can learn from it (35:40) How Horst defined success in his coaching and what he sought to teach his players during their time at CC (40:08) How we need to pour into all of our players on our teams (45:19) How he is using lessons learned from soccer in his marriage and parenting (51:00) More lessons he has learned from the game that he has passed on to his players (and anyone else that will listen) (55:33) Resources and Links from this Episode The History of Men's Soccer at Colorado College, 1950-2015, by Horst and Helen Richardson Uncut Video of the Episode HSEL Facebook Group Warrior Way Soccer Coaching the Bigger Game Program Phil's email for DISC Training

Pivotal People
Ep. 30: Allan Roth: Unique Approach to Financial Advising

Pivotal People

Play Episode Play 35 sec Highlight Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 26:40


Allan Roth is a brilliant, kind, entertaining and generous investment advisor.  He has a long waiting list of clients that range from millionaires to billionaires. His goal isn't to become rich--it is to help other people invest their money wisely.  Honesty is his super power. I discovered him a decade ago when the Wall Street Journal featured him because Allan has a very unusual approach to working with clients--charging by the hour.  No smoke and mirrors--no steep commissions or wealth management fees.  He doesn't sell any financial products.  He simply helps his clients structure the most sensible investment portfolios for their risk preference and lifestyles using low cost investment vehicles.   By not charging commissions or accepting commissions for financial products, he can be completely objective.  Allan takes pride in being mocked on a semi-regular basis by some financial professionals for his hourly fee model and its obvious inability to make him rich. He is also the author of "How A Second Grader Beats Wall Street"  (Wiley & Sons in 2009 and 2011) and writes for various financial publications.   He has been quoted in such publications as The Wall Street Journal, Money Magazine, The New York Times and Dow Jones MarketWatch, and appeared on numerous TV and radio shows.Despite the many credentials (CFP, CPA, MBA) he has earned, Allan claims he can still keep investing simple. His professional goal is to never be confused with Jim Cramer.Allan is the founder of Wealth Logic, LLC. An hourly based financial planning and investment advisory firm. He has been working in the investment world with 25 years of corporate finance. Allan has served as corporate finance officer of two multi-billion dollar companies, and consulted with many others while at McKinsey & Company.    Allan has taught behavioral finance at the University of Denver and has been an adjunct faculty member at Colorado College and the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs. He currently teaches investing and behavioral finance for continuing education credits to CFPs, CPAs, and attorneys.Find more of Allan's advice at his website "Dare to Be Dull" https://daretobedull.com/Be sure to subscribe to his newsletter to get current financial advice Learn more at StephanieNelson.comDownload Stephanie's free ebook to cut your grocery bill in half--no coupons required!Follow us on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/stephanie_nelson_cm/Follow us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/couponmom?ref=ts

The Storm Skiing Journal and Podcast
Podcast #98: 'Colorado Sun' Reporter Jason Blevins

The Storm Skiing Journal and Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 2, 2022 88:11


To support independent ski journalism, please consider becoming a free or paid subscriber. This podcast hit paid subscribers' inboxes on Oct. 2. Free subscribers got it on Oct. 5. To receive future pods as soon as they're live, please consider an upgrade to a paid subscription.WhoJason Blevins, ski country (and more) reporter at The Colorado SunRecorded onSeptember 13, 2022Why I interviewed himOver two decades starting in 1997, Jason Blevins built the best local ski beat in America at The Denver Post. That he was anchored in Colorado - one of the fastest-growing states in America and home to expansion monster Vail Resorts, the atrocious I-70, America's greatest ski towns, and the largest number of annual skier visits in the country - also made his coverage the most consequential and relevant to a national audience. By his own account, he loved the Post and his colleagues, and was proud of what he had built there.“I created this beat at The Denver Post,” Blevins told Powder in 2018. “It was something that I carved out myself, just looking at mountain communities. I found that the best stories were in these small towns with small-town characters. Some of the brightest minds.”But in 2010, the paper started a slow decline following its acquisition by New York-based Alden Global Capital. The newsroom shrank from a high of 250 reporters to approximately 70. This still wasn't enough for Alden, as The Washington Post's Margaret Sullivan documented in March 2018:Jesse Aaron Paul could hardly believe his good fortune when he started his internship at the Denver Post in 2014 not long after he graduated from Colorado College.“I felt like I had reached the end of the yellow brick road,” Paul, now 25, said, describing his first day at the paper with its history of Pulitzer Prizes, its beautiful downtown building (“like a beacon”), and its nationally regarded top editor, Greg Moore, who hired him at summer's end and who dubbed him “Super Jesse.”That all came crashing down on Wednesday when newsroom employees were summoned to an all-staff meeting at the paper's headquarters, no longer downtown but at the printing plant in an outlying county.After round after round of cutbacks in recent years at the hands of its hedge-fund owners, the staff thought there might be a small number of buyouts offered. There wasn't much left to cut, after all.Top editor Lee Ann Colacioppo, who has been at the paper for almost 20 years, gave it to them straight — and the news was far worse than expected.The Post, already a shadow of its once-robust self, would be making deep layoffs: another 30 jobs.“Sobs, gasps, expletives,” was how Paul, who covers politics, described the stunned reaction.“The room went silent — we were blindsided by the numbers” said Aaron Ontiveroz, a 33-year-old photographer who has been on that award-winning staff for seven years, watching its ranks drop from 16 photographers to six.Blevins, fed up, resigned shortly, as The Ringer documented:In March [2018], Blevins got back from [the Olympics in] South Korea and settled into his routine. (He also wrote about business and other subjects.) The next few weeks turned out one of the grimmest stretches in The Post's history. On April 6, The Post adorned its “ultimate visitors guide” to Coors Field with a photo of Citizens Bank Park in Philadelphia—a mistake so egregious that one Denver radio host joked it was a strapped staff calling for help. The same night, The Post ran an editorial denouncing the paper's owner, Alden Global Capital, the hedge fund that's decimating the Post's newsroom.But what got Blevins was Alden president Heath Freeman's order that The Post lay off 30 more employees. “I couldn't really reconcile the fact that I was working so hard for such a shithead,” Blevins said.Asked whether he'd ever seen Freeman, Blevins said, “No one's ever seen him. There's like one photo of him out there. He's more like a mystery serial killer, just hiding in the shadows and slowly murdering newspapers.”Blevins decided to add himself to the 30-man headcount voluntarily. He sent an email to his editor and a resignation letter to the HR department. He kissed off the paper's “black-souled” owners in a tweet. And with that, The Post lost a good sportswriter, a newsroom character, and 21 years' worth of institutional memory.Here's the tweet:Blevins wasn't the only Post reporter to bounce. Over the spring and summer of 2018, the paper continued to lose talent. Instead of scattering, they formed into a sort of Rocky Mountain Voltron called The Colorado Sun. Per Corey Hutchins,* writing in Columbia Journalism Review:The politics desk at The Denver Post has imploded. Starting in April with voluntary exits that included Brian Eason, a Statehouse reporter, and climaxing this month with a new round of departures, four of the political writers and an editor have gone. John Frank and Jesse Paul, who also covered the Statehouse, resigned in recent weeks, along with other colleagues, in defiance of Alden Global Capital, the New York-based hedge fund that owns the Post and other newsrooms—and has set about shrinking their ranks dramatically. But there is some hope for readers who still want to see the work of these journalists in Colorado: Frank and Paul are headed to The Colorado Sun—a Civil-backed platform staffed entirely, so far, by 10 former Post employees, who will be ready to cover the midterm elections in November. (Eason will also contribute to it.)Larry Ryckman, an editor of the Sun, who left the Post as a senior editor in May, says he's not in a position to recruit anyone, but receives calls “practically every other day from people at the Post who want to come work for me.” The Sun—which raised more than $160,000 in a Kickstarter campaign, doubling its goal—will be ad-free with no paywall, and reader-supported, and will focus on investigative, narrative, and explanatory journalism. Founding staff members own the company, an LLC, which also received enough startup funding from Civil to last at least the next two years.Now the Sun, which hopes to start publishing around Labor Day, is poised to be a kind of post-Post supergroup. Four years in, The Colorado Sun is thriving. Blevins tells me in the podcast that the publication is approaching 20,000 paid subscribers and has 27 reporters. Morale and output are high. Profitability is close. They feed content to every paper in Colorado – for free. How, in this age of media apocalypse, did this bat-team of super-journalists conjure a sustainable and growing newsroom from the ether? Will it work long-term? Is The Sun's template repeatable?Let's hope so. Hurricane Alden's damage is not localized – the fund owns approximately 200 American newspapers and is trying to devour more. The company repeats its cut-and-gut strategy everywhere it lands. It works because locals' decades-old brand allegiance often persists even as the quality of the product declines. This was especially true in Denver, a city that had lost its other daily newspaper – The Rocky Mountain News – in 2009. Where 600 reporters once competed across two daily papers to deliver the most urgent local news to the residents of Greater Denver, somewhere between 10 and 15 percent of that number do the job today.Fortunately for skiing and the high country, one of that number is Blevins. His work has always been important in a hyper-specific way, exploring skiing's impact beyond its traditional branches of stoke-brah Red Bull flippy-doozers and ogling mansion-porn materialism. But in our current mass media extinction event, a Texas kid who spent his formative years living in a Vail laundry room has become an unlikely general in the battle for journalism's soul. His platoon is small and outgunned, but they have more spirit and better ideas. Frankly, they could win this thing.*I highly recommend Hutchins' Substack newsletter, Inside The News in Colorado:What we talked aboutSkiing as a Texas kid; the ‘90s ski bum; Vail 30 years ago; living in a laundry room; getting a chance at The Denver Post with no reporting experience; inventing the Colorado business ski beat; the great Charlie Meyers; the ‘90s heyday and slow implosion of mainstream American newsrooms; the nefarious impact of Alden Global Capital's gutting of local newspapers across America; leaving The Post to found The Colorado Sun; the Sun's journalist-led business model and whether it can be replicated elsewhere; why The Sun doesn't cover sports; the I-70 tipping point; pandemic relocators; Back-in-'92 Bro coming strong; Vail locals as the great liftline generators; the midweek business resort communities always wanted has arrived and no one was ready; the trap of basing long-term policy decisions on the anomaly of Covid; Colorado as short-term-rental laboratory; how ski towns created their own housing crisis; the new Mountain West, “where the locals live in hotels and the visitors stay in houses”; the housing scuffle between Vail Resorts and its namesake town; does an old Telluride lawsuit tell us how this ends?; the sheep defenders; the centuries-old problem of the company town; why developers give up and would rather build mansions than affordable housing; density is not the enemy; the elusive NIMBY; whether Vail's employee pay bump and lift ticket limits will be enough to prevent a repeat of the complaint-laden 2021-22 ski season; why the Epic Pass keeps losing independent partners; the most well-kept secret in skiing; why comparing Vail and Alterra's business models is so difficult; the inevitability of Alterra going public on the stock markets; perhaps the best reaction I've ever heard to Vail and Beaver Creek charging $275 for a one-day lift ticket; and why independent ski areas are thriving in the megapass era.                 Why I thought that now was a good time for this interviewAny time is a good time to talk to Blevins. He is wired on virtually any story impacting Colorado's ski industry: Vail's financial performance, leadership tumult at the National Ski Patrol, patroller unionization, Keystone's expansion oopsie. Incredibly, skiing is just part of his beat. His Sun author page is an eclectic menu of stories ranging from the drama upending crunchy thinktanks to novel collaborations between ranchers and the Bureau of land management to crises in Colorado trailer parks. But we didn't talk, explicitly, about any of these things. We focused, instead, on adding context to stories I've been covering in The Storm: multi-mountain passes, mountain-town housing, traffic, the evolution of media. We could have had a different conversation the next day, and an entirely different one the day after that. Blevins is the best kind of journalist: observant, curious, prolific, devoted, and unapologetically honest. And also extremely busy. I took more of his time than I deserved, but his candor and insight will be enormously valuable to my listeners.Questions I wish I'd askedYou could ask Blevins about any issue of consequence to hit the Colorado ski scene in the past 20 years and he would have a ready answer, so we could have gone just about anywhere with this interview. Our focus was the evolution of media in the digital age, I-70, housing, the megapass wars, Vail Resorts' operating adjustments ahead of next ski season, and the resilience of independent ski areas in this consolidation era. But I had backup questions prepared on the tumult roiling the National Ski Patrol, the proposed mega-development at tiny Kendall Mountain, the comeback of Cuchara, resort employee unionization, and much more. Next time.Why you should read The Colorado SunThere is a whole subset of journalists who write about journalism. This beat is surprisingly robust. If you want to keep up, I suggest subscribing to Nieman Lab's near-daily newsletter, which aggregates the day's best media coverage of itself.But even if you're not paying attention, you understand that journalism, like everything else, has gotten its ass kicked by the internet over the past 25 years or so. The world I grew up in is not the world we live in now. Newspapers, dropped daily on a doorstep and acting as a subscriber's primary source of information about the local community and outside world, no longer exist principally in that form or serve that function. They are one source of information in a universe of infinite information, most of it bad.Many people, it seems, have a hard time telling the good information from the bad. “The media” is a four-letter word in many circles, cast as an agenda-driven force puppet-mastered by diabolical unseen elites. Besides, why bother reading the work of trained journalists when you can find online groups who validate any kookball idea you have, from the notion that the planet is flat (surely these knuckleheads are trolling us), to the conviction that the government is pumping toxic chemicals into the atmosphere.Certainly there are ideologically driven news organizations. But “the media,” for the most part, is individual journalists – educated middle-class workers – seeking the truth through a methodical process of fact-finding. Unfortunately, as the world migrated online and the information gatekeepers lost power, traditional media business models collapsed, opening an enormous void that was quickly filled by every moron with a keyboard.Big, legacy media was slow to adapt. But it is adapting now. Journalists are finding a way. The Colorado Sun, like the Texas Tribune before it, has established a sustainable template for high-quality, community-supported journalism. They have no central office, no printing costs, minimal advertising. Every dollar they earn goes into reporting. Most of those dollars come from citizens grateful for the truth, who pay a monthly subscription even though The Sun has no paywall.It's an appealing alternative to the minimalist business model of Alden Global Capital and The Denver Post. And I think it will predominate long-term, as journalists migrate from low-morale dens of aggressive cost-cutting run by opaque hedgemasters to spirited corps of locals engaged with and invested in their communities. In 50 years, we may be looking back at The Colorado Sun as a pioneer of digital-age journalism, one that established a new template for what a local news organization could be.Podcast notes* Alden Global Capital's hilariously useless website.  * The Texas Tribune is considered the OG of modern public-service journalism, and it comes up throughout the podcast.* In our discussion on the current housing-development dispute between the town of Vail and Vail Resorts, Blevins referred to a recent column he had written comparing this situation to a similar situation in Telluride:When a deep-pocketed investor proposed luxury homes and a village on Telluride's pastoral valley floor in the late 1990s, the town moved to block development, citing damage to the region's rural character. Town voters approved a decision to condemn the 572 acres on the valley floor in 2002. The case eventually landed in the Colorado Supreme Court, which ruled that Telluride had the power to condemn that acreage outside its boundary.The valuation proved spicy. The town offered the developer $26 million. The developer wanted $51 million. He forced a jury trial to move to nearby Delta County where the jury in 2007 ordered Telluride to pay $50 million, which was twice what the town had set aside to protect the parcel. A massive fundraising effort followed and the valley floor remains a bucolic stretch of open space on the edge of downtown Telluride.In Telluride, the value boiled down to the developer arguing the “highest and best use” of the 572 acres, where he envisioned multimillion-dollar homes, shops and restaurants. At Vail, that could come down to whether the parcel could ever be used for high-end homes.“The Vail corporation will argue that the land should be valued for its higher and best use,” said Collins, who penned a legal paper analyzing the Telluride valley floor case. “Assuming the ski corporation wants to fight this, that will absolutely be their argument. Highest and best use. That's just good lawyering.”This, Blevins thinks, is where the Vail dispute is headed. Tens of millions in public money spent and no new housing built. For more insight like this, sign up for The Sun:The Storm publishes year-round, and guarantees 100 articles per year. This is article 104/100 in 2022, and number 350 since launching on Oct. 13, 2019. Want to send feedback? Reply to this email and I will answer (unless you sound insane, or, more likely, I just get busy). You can also email skiing@substack.com.The Storm explores the world of lift-served skiing all year round. Join us. Get full access to The Storm Skiing Journal and Podcast at www.stormskiing.com/subscribe

The Sim Cafe~
The Sim Cafe~ Interview with Dr. Scott Crawford

The Sim Cafe~

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 20:59 Transcription Available


Scott B. Crawford MD, FACEP, FSSH, CHSOS Dr. Crawford is Executive Director of the Training and Educational Center for Healthcare Simulation at Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center El Paso (TTUHSCEP). He is Associate Professor in the Department of Emergency Medicine at the Paul L. Foster School of Medicine at TTUHSCEP. In addition to his faculty position he is also a board member for SimGHOSTS. He has presented both in the US and internationally on topics related to audio/video design, information technology, simulation operations, and medical procedural training. He has served as an author for standards of best practice in simulation and is Editor of the textbook Comprehensive Healthcare Simulation: Operations, Technology, and Innovative Practice. Dr. Crawford completed his emergency medicine residency and served as Chief Resident of research and technology at TTUHSCEP in 2012. Dr. Crawford earned his M.D. from Rush University in Chicago in 2009 and a bachelor's degree in physics from The Colorado College in 2004. He continues to search for economical and innovative design ideas to enhance the world of healthcare education by bringing a more engaging and educational experience to all learners.SimGHOSTS- https://simghosts.org/page/Dr_Scott_Crawford

Sports Spectrum Podcast
Carolina Hurricanes defenseman Jaccob Slavin on identity, hockey, fatherhood and adoption

Sports Spectrum Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 36:06 Very Popular


Jaccob Slavin is an All-Star defenseman with the Carolina Hurricanes. He was originally selected by Carolina in the fourth round of the 2012 NHL Draft. After a collegiate career at Colorado College, Slavin began his pro journey and made his NHL debut on November 20, 2015. In 2017, Slavin signed a seven-year contract extension with the Hurricanes and in 2020, was named to his first All-Star team. One year later, he won the Lady Byng Memorial Trophy presented each year to the National Hockey League "player to have exhibited the best type of sportsmanship and gentlemanly conduct combined with a high standard of playing ability.  Today on the podcast, we welcome back Jaccob Slavin to talk about his story of fatherhood, adoption, his role as a leader with Carolina, his desire to glorify God and what discipleship looks like for him.  Listen here to our interview with Jaccob Slavin from May 2017. 

College Sports Insider with Jack Ford
SOCIAL SERIES: Mental Health Advisory Group

College Sports Insider with Jack Ford

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 35:18


Andy Katz talks with Carey Wheelhouse, director of health promotion for the NCAA Sport Science Institute, Dr. Jamey Houle, lead sports psychologist at The Ohio State, and Megan Koch, cross-country/track & field runner at Colorado College and chair of the Division III SAAC, about the makeup and priorities of the NCAA Mental Health Advisory Group.

The Huskies Warming House Podcast
Episode 130 - St. Cloud MHKY Line Chart + Minnesota Wild Season/Line Preview

The Huskies Warming House Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2022 107:08


Episode 130 - St. Cloud MHKY Line Chart + Minnesota Wild Season/Line Preview September 25th, 2022 St. Cloud, MN   YouTube: https://youtu.be/2kQN5A2TEw0 Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-huskies-warming-house-podcast/id1499278131   Episode 130 of the CenterIceView News and Notes segment features some college hockey and NHL news. First, it's the Huskies Illustrated Weekly Roundup (2:26), where the guys talk about the latest in the world of hockey. In this segment, the guys discuss at length, some more NHL extensions, Jacob Chychrun's conundrum, a trade, and three HUGE retirements. The Women's hockey captains for St. Cloud State have been announced, and Nick and Noah have a fun update for listeners (38:19). Next, Colorado College looks to make noise in the NCHC, and they'll look good doing it (41:35). Minnesota Wild fans get set for a Line Chart deep dive and another Season Preview of the NHL squad (47:25) Finally, our Extra Ice session dives into the St. Cloud State Men's hockey Line Chart (1:26:37). All this and more in another week in the Den! As always, find us on Apple Podcasts, Podbean, Spotify, TuneIn, iHeartRadio, Google Podcasts and Youtube + more. Visit us at huskieswarminghousepodcast.com, and check out our affiliate at centericeview.com. The latest news is on Twitter and Facebook @warminghouseden, and email us at @warminghousepodcast@outlook.com.

Your Life Your Story
CooXooEli Black (Jaw)-Seeds

Your Life Your Story

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 22:34


It is evident that Jesus was pursuing Jaw all of his life. Starting with his roots as a Northern Arapaho, on the Wind River Reservation in Wyoming, all the way to Colorado College as a basketball player, seeds of the truth were sprinkled in his life. It was not until the pandemic of 2020 that the Lord convicted him about his life and everlasting change took place. Listen in, as Jaw unpacks the fullness of his story. 

The Rink Live
NCHC Season Preview with Brad Schlossman, Matt Wellens, Mick Hatten, Jess Myers & Joe Paisley

The Rink Live

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 48:14


Now that the dust has settled from NCHC Media Day, The Rink Live takes an in depth look at the conference with its podcast with reporters Matt Wellens, Brad Schlossman, Jess Myers, Mick Hatten and Joe Paisley. Wellens covers Minnesota Duluth hockey, Schlossman covers the University of North Dakota, Paisley covers Colorado College and Myers interviewed two representatives from every NCHC team at media day. The group covered a variety of topics including their big takeaways from media day, which team may surprise some people in the conference race, key players throughout the league and more on this episode of The Rink Live podcast.   LINKS ⬇️ For more hockey coverage, visit The Rink Live. Bulldog Insider Podcast Follow Joe Paisley on Twitter

Five To Thrive Live
Dealing with Grief and Prolonged Grief Disorder

Five To Thrive Live

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 30:08


Understanding grief and coping with a loss can be very difficult. On this show, Karolyn talks with two experts about grieving with a specific focus on the new diagnosis of prolonged grief disorder. Practical advice to help people cope with a loss is provided. Her experts are both professors at the University of Colorado College of Nursing. Five To Thrive Live is broadcast live Tuesdays at 7PM ET.Five To Thrive Live Radio Show is broadcast on W4CS Radio – The Cancer Support Network (www.w4cs.com) part of Talk 4 Radio (www.talk4radio.com) on the Talk 4 Media Network (www.talk4media.com).Five To Thrive Live Podcast is also available on Talk 4 Podcasting (www.talk4podcasting.com), iHeartRadio, Amazon Music, Pandora, Spotify, Audible, and over 100 other podcast outlets.

Rattlecast
ep. 160 - Jessy Randall (w/ special guest Michael Mark)

Rattlecast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 135:01


Jessy Randall is the author of the poetry collections Suicide Hotline Hold Music (Red Hen Press, 2016), There Was an Old Woman (Unicorn, 2015), Injecting Dreams into Cows (Red Hen Press, 2012) and A Day in Boyland (Ghost Road Press, 2007), a finalist for the Colorado Book Award. Her newest book, Mathematics for Ladies: Poems on Women in Science, was recently published by Gold SF / University of London. Her poems, poetry comics, and diagram poems have appeared in Poetry, Rattle, McSweeney's, and Asimov's, and she occasionally guest-edits the online magazine Snakeskin. She is curator of special collections at Colorado College. Find more at: https://personalwebs.coloradocollege.edu/~jrandall/ In the second hour, we'll be joined by special guest Michael Mark, to talk about his Rattle Chapbook Prize winning collection, Visiting Her in Queens Is More Enlightening than a Month in a Monastery in Tibet. As always, we'll also include live open lines for responses to our weekly prompt or any other poems you'd like to share. A Zoom link will be provided in the chat window during the show before that segment begins. For links to all the past episodes, visit: https://www.rattle.com/rattlecast/ This Week's Prompt: Write about a bruise or a scar, internal or external. Next Week's Prompt: Write a poem about a historical figure most people don't know. If you like, write the poem from that person's point of view. The Rattlecast livestreams on YouTube, Facebook, and Twitter, then becomes an audio podcast. Find it on iTunes, Spotify, or anywhere else you get your podcasts.

California Haunts Radio
The Legend of Nikola Tesla with Mark Seifer

California Haunts Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 78:12


Marc J. Seifer, Ph.D., is a writer, university lecturer and also a handwriting expert. Dr. Seifer has been featured in The Washington Post, Scientific American, Publisher's Weekly, Rhode Island Monthly, Investor's Daily, MIT's Technology Review and The New York Times. In Europe he has appeared in The Economist, Nature and New Scientist. With publications in Wired, Cerebrum, Civilization, Extraordinary Science, Lawyer's Weekly, Journal of Psychohistory and Psychiatric Clinics of North America, Dr. Seifer is internationally recognized as an expert on the inventor Nikola Tesla (the subject of his doctoral dissertation) and the acclaimed biography Wizard: The Life & Times of Nikola Tesla.Translated into eight languages including Russian and Chinese, Wizard has been called “serious scholarship” by Scientific American and “One of the five best books written on the brilliantly disturbed” by The Wall Street Journal. His Tesla biography is also “Highly Recommended” by the American Association for the Advancement of Science.Dr. Seifer has lectured at the United Nations in New York, Federal Reserve Bank in Boston, at Kings College, Cambridge University and Oxford University in England, at the University of Vancouver in Canada, in Jerusalem Israel, Zagreb Croatia, Belgrade Serbia, Bethesda Maryland, City College of New York, Brandeis University, Colorado College, Wardenclyffe Long Island, LucasFilms Industrial Light & Magic, Cranbrook Retreat and West Point Military Academy.Dr. Seifer has appeared on the History Channel for his work on the Howard Hughes Mormon Will, on AP International TV for his analysis of bin Laden's signature, on PBS, the BBC, Canberra in Australia and Coast to Coast Radio for his work on the inventor Nikola Tesla, and also web radio.He has a B.S. from the University of Rhode Island, five semesters of graphology from New School University, an M.A. from the University of Chicago and a Ph.D. from Saybrook Institute. With over 35 years experience as a handwriting expert including a decade of work for the Fraud Unit of the Rhode Island Attorney General's Office, he has lectured before the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners and testified in civil, criminal, state superior and federal court. Dr. Seifer is also a writer and visiting lecturer in Psychology at Roger Williams University.Website marcseifer.comBooks Where Does Mind End? Wizard: The Life and Times of Nikola Tesla Framed! Transcending the Speed of LightThe Definitive Book of Handwriting Analysis Tesla: Wizard at War Rasputin's Nephew

The WholeHearted Healer
Interview with Meg Fredrick

The WholeHearted Healer

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 39:22


Aveen talks with Meg Fredrick, retired teacher an co-founder of the "Mindfulness and Positivity Project". This conversation is just in time for back to school with some really helpful ideas on how to help kids with the anxiety and stress that can come at this time of year. A little about Meg: Meg Fredrick, recently retired in 2019 from 16 years at CMHS as an English teacher and Student Council Advisor. She was named Teacher of the Year, somewhere around 2014, and absolutely loved her years as an educator. Meg received her Masters in Teaching from Colorado College in 2008 with an emphasis in Positive Psychology. After retiring, she has dedicated her time to The Mindfulness and Positivity Project, a nonprofit which she co-founded in 2020. She is passionately dedicated to helping people, especially teachers and students, live full, healthy and happy lives through the practices of mindfulness and intentional positive living. Meg believes that each and every precious life has meaning and purpose in this world, and we need to embrace it for the good of all!! Meg has 4 amazing kids, all thriving and loving their lives, and now 5 wonderful grand kids! In her free time she loves to golf, garden, hike, cook, volunteer in her community, and train for triathlons!   Donate or find our more about the project here: https://mindfulandpositive.org

Rick Flynn Presents
DR. ROBERT SAUL - Pediatric Physician (Ret.) & Professor Emeritus University of South Carolina School of Medicine - Ep. 102

Rick Flynn Presents

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 54:56


We are honored to have "The Good Doctor," Dr. Robert Saul, on the Rick Flynn Presents podcast. Dr. Robert Saul was born in Chicago, IL and grew up in the Chicago area and later moved to Colorado. A graduate of Colorado College and the University of Colorado School of Medicine, he completed pediatric training at Duke University Medical Center and genetic training at the Greenwood Genetic Center. He is Professor of Pediatrics (Emeritus) at Prisma Health Children's Hospital-Upstate and the University of South Carolina School of Medicine – Greenville, Greenville, SC. Dr. Saul is currently the author of four books with more on the way. All of his books are available to all via his website. www.MyChildrensChildren.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/rick-flynn/support

When the Moment Chooses You!
Attuning to Heart & Soul of Nursing with Dr. Jean Watson

When the Moment Chooses You!

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 4, 2022 32:54


In today's episode we have the Honor to interview Dr. Jean Watson. Dr. Jean Watson is Distinguished Professor and Dean Emerita, University of Colorado College of Nursing Anschutz Medical Center, USA; founder of the original Center for Human Caring in Colorado; a Fellow of the American Academy of Nursing (FAAN); Founder and Director of non-profit organization, Watson Caring Science Institute; past President of the National League for Nursing; founding member of International Association in Human Caring and International Caritas Consortium; She held the nation's first endowed chair in Caring Science for 16 years; holds Sixteen (16) Honorary Doctoral Degrees, including 13 International Honorary Doctorates; Her work is studied and implemented around the world. She is a widely published author and recipient of many awards and honors; authored and co-authored over 30 books on caring; In 2013, Dr. Watson was inducted as a Living Legend by the American Academy of Nursing, its highest honor. Primary Field: Philosophy -Theory of Human Caring Nursing; Transpersonal Caring; Unitary Caring Sacred Science. Join us today as Dr. Watson shared his journey with us and learned how she prepared for when the moment chooses her. ABOUT WHEN THE MOMENT CHOOSES YOU PODCAST Coach Charlene's purpose is to bring transformation by creating and inspiring destiny moments because every heartbeat matters... When the Moment chooses you will engage in compassionate courageous conversations with some of the most daring trailblazers and change agents in organizations, corporations and the world who dared to respond to those destiny moments. Listen to new episodes bi-weekly on Sundays anywhere you get your podcasts. You will move from thinking and talking about your dreams….to manifesting the desires of your heart….Be inspired to become the highest expression of yourself. What will you do when the moment chooses you? follow me on social media: whenthemomentchoosesyou Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/whenthemomentchoosesyou Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/whenthemomentchoosesyou/ Website: charlenejohnsonglobal.net (coming soon) --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/charlene-johnson68/message

Textual Healing
S1E53 - Witchcraft and Womanhood with Hillary Leftwich

Textual Healing

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 57:01


Hillary Leftwich is the author of Ghosts Are Just Strangers Who Know How to Knock (CCM Press/The Accomplices 2019). Her hybrid poetry and CNF collection, Saint Dymphna's Playbook, is forthcoming from PANK Books in 2023. She is the founder and owner of Alchemy Author Services & Workshop, teaches at Lighthouse Writers, and is a creative writing professor at the University of Denver and an assistant creative writing professor at Colorado College. She focuses her writing on class struggle, single motherhood, trauma, mental illness, the supernatural, ritual, and the impact of neurological disease. She is an intuitive Tarologist and has been reading Tarot for over 25 years coupled with her clair abilities and studies under several well-known psychic medium mentors. She teaches Tarot and Tarot writing workshops focusing on strengthening divination abilities as well as writing. She lives in Denver with her partner, son, and a cat named Larry. Her latest book, Aura, just came out from Future Tense Books. Aura is more than a memoir— it's a spellbook for survival, a powerful promise from mother to son, and an intimate examination of power, spirituality, and the abuse of both. Leftwich weaves together the stories of her life to create startlingly raw memories that are both personal and profoundly universal. She explores the devastating impact of patriarchy in her own life while searching for answers in witchcraft, womanhood, and motherhood. Urgently portrayed and deeply felt, Aura is a complex tapestry of letters, spells, and memories. Her story is a vivid confrontation against an unforgiving world that traps women and children in the systems meant to save them. This is a story for seekers, searchers, and anyone in the process of saving themselves and their loved ones. To get to know Hillary more, go to her Twitter: @HillaryLeftwich OR Check out her website: https://hillaryleftwich.wordpress.com/ Intro beats by God'Aryan

New Books in Critical Theory
Paul Adler, "No Globalization Without Representation: U.S. Activists and World Inequality" (U Pennsylvania Press, 2021)

New Books in Critical Theory

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 106:20


Paul Adler's No Globalization Without Representation: U.S. Activists and World Inequality (U Pennsylvania Press, 2021) is a history of the hardworking but understudied public interest progressives who waged a war from within the system against neoliberal globalization during the last decades of the twentieth century. At a time of Cold War polarization and increasing rejection of social and economic rights as motivating discourses by the left and the right, these activists mobilized around a project of fairness and economic equality. Faced with an increasingly globalized economy and political system, US-based public interest progressives built new models for transnational activism in coalition with activist groups around the globe. From boycotting Nestlé in the 1970s to lobbying against NAFTA to the "Battle of Seattle" protests against the World Trade Organization in the 1990s, No Globalization Without Representation is the story of how consumer and environmental activists became significant players in U.S. and world politics at the end of the twentieth century. Of interest to scholars of transnational activism, neoliberalism, and public policy, this book offers important insights into the political struggles that helped shape the conflicts and political visions of the twenty-first century. Paul Adler is Assistant Professor of History at Colorado College. Elena McGrath is an Assistant Professor of History at Union College Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/critical-theory

New Books in Latin American Studies
Paul Adler, "No Globalization Without Representation: U.S. Activists and World Inequality" (U Pennsylvania Press, 2021)

New Books in Latin American Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 106:20


Paul Adler's No Globalization Without Representation: U.S. Activists and World Inequality (U Pennsylvania Press, 2021) is a history of the hardworking but understudied public interest progressives who waged a war from within the system against neoliberal globalization during the last decades of the twentieth century. At a time of Cold War polarization and increasing rejection of social and economic rights as motivating discourses by the left and the right, these activists mobilized around a project of fairness and economic equality. Faced with an increasingly globalized economy and political system, US-based public interest progressives built new models for transnational activism in coalition with activist groups around the globe. From boycotting Nestlé in the 1970s to lobbying against NAFTA to the "Battle of Seattle" protests against the World Trade Organization in the 1990s, No Globalization Without Representation is the story of how consumer and environmental activists became significant players in U.S. and world politics at the end of the twentieth century. Of interest to scholars of transnational activism, neoliberalism, and public policy, this book offers important insights into the political struggles that helped shape the conflicts and political visions of the twenty-first century. Paul Adler is Assistant Professor of History at Colorado College. Elena McGrath is an Assistant Professor of History at Union College Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/latin-american-studies

New Books Network
Paul Adler, "No Globalization Without Representation: U.S. Activists and World Inequality" (U Pennsylvania Press, 2021)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 106:20


Paul Adler's No Globalization Without Representation: U.S. Activists and World Inequality (U Pennsylvania Press, 2021) is a history of the hardworking but understudied public interest progressives who waged a war from within the system against neoliberal globalization during the last decades of the twentieth century. At a time of Cold War polarization and increasing rejection of social and economic rights as motivating discourses by the left and the right, these activists mobilized around a project of fairness and economic equality. Faced with an increasingly globalized economy and political system, US-based public interest progressives built new models for transnational activism in coalition with activist groups around the globe. From boycotting Nestlé in the 1970s to lobbying against NAFTA to the "Battle of Seattle" protests against the World Trade Organization in the 1990s, No Globalization Without Representation is the story of how consumer and environmental activists became significant players in U.S. and world politics at the end of the twentieth century. Of interest to scholars of transnational activism, neoliberalism, and public policy, this book offers important insights into the political struggles that helped shape the conflicts and political visions of the twenty-first century. Paul Adler is Assistant Professor of History at Colorado College. Elena McGrath is an Assistant Professor of History at Union College Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

New Books in American Studies
Paul Adler, "No Globalization Without Representation: U.S. Activists and World Inequality" (U Pennsylvania Press, 2021)

New Books in American Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 106:20


Paul Adler's No Globalization Without Representation: U.S. Activists and World Inequality (U Pennsylvania Press, 2021) is a history of the hardworking but understudied public interest progressives who waged a war from within the system against neoliberal globalization during the last decades of the twentieth century. At a time of Cold War polarization and increasing rejection of social and economic rights as motivating discourses by the left and the right, these activists mobilized around a project of fairness and economic equality. Faced with an increasingly globalized economy and political system, US-based public interest progressives built new models for transnational activism in coalition with activist groups around the globe. From boycotting Nestlé in the 1970s to lobbying against NAFTA to the "Battle of Seattle" protests against the World Trade Organization in the 1990s, No Globalization Without Representation is the story of how consumer and environmental activists became significant players in U.S. and world politics at the end of the twentieth century. Of interest to scholars of transnational activism, neoliberalism, and public policy, this book offers important insights into the political struggles that helped shape the conflicts and political visions of the twenty-first century. Paul Adler is Assistant Professor of History at Colorado College. Elena McGrath is an Assistant Professor of History at Union College Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/american-studies

New Books in History
Paul Adler, "No Globalization Without Representation: U.S. Activists and World Inequality" (U Pennsylvania Press, 2021)

New Books in History

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 106:20


Paul Adler's No Globalization Without Representation: U.S. Activists and World Inequality (U Pennsylvania Press, 2021) is a history of the hardworking but understudied public interest progressives who waged a war from within the system against neoliberal globalization during the last decades of the twentieth century. At a time of Cold War polarization and increasing rejection of social and economic rights as motivating discourses by the left and the right, these activists mobilized around a project of fairness and economic equality. Faced with an increasingly globalized economy and political system, US-based public interest progressives built new models for transnational activism in coalition with activist groups around the globe. From boycotting Nestlé in the 1970s to lobbying against NAFTA to the "Battle of Seattle" protests against the World Trade Organization in the 1990s, No Globalization Without Representation is the story of how consumer and environmental activists became significant players in U.S. and world politics at the end of the twentieth century. Of interest to scholars of transnational activism, neoliberalism, and public policy, this book offers important insights into the political struggles that helped shape the conflicts and political visions of the twenty-first century. Paul Adler is Assistant Professor of History at Colorado College. Elena McGrath is an Assistant Professor of History at Union College Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/history

New Books in Political Science
Paul Adler, "No Globalization Without Representation: U.S. Activists and World Inequality" (U Pennsylvania Press, 2021)

New Books in Political Science

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 106:20


Paul Adler's No Globalization Without Representation: U.S. Activists and World Inequality (U Pennsylvania Press, 2021) is a history of the hardworking but understudied public interest progressives who waged a war from within the system against neoliberal globalization during the last decades of the twentieth century. At a time of Cold War polarization and increasing rejection of social and economic rights as motivating discourses by the left and the right, these activists mobilized around a project of fairness and economic equality. Faced with an increasingly globalized economy and political system, US-based public interest progressives built new models for transnational activism in coalition with activist groups around the globe. From boycotting Nestlé in the 1970s to lobbying against NAFTA to the "Battle of Seattle" protests against the World Trade Organization in the 1990s, No Globalization Without Representation is the story of how consumer and environmental activists became significant players in U.S. and world politics at the end of the twentieth century. Of interest to scholars of transnational activism, neoliberalism, and public policy, this book offers important insights into the political struggles that helped shape the conflicts and political visions of the twenty-first century. Paul Adler is Assistant Professor of History at Colorado College. Elena McGrath is an Assistant Professor of History at Union College Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/political-science

New Books in World Affairs
Paul Adler, "No Globalization Without Representation: U.S. Activists and World Inequality" (U Pennsylvania Press, 2021)

New Books in World Affairs

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 106:20


Paul Adler's No Globalization Without Representation: U.S. Activists and World Inequality (U Pennsylvania Press, 2021) is a history of the hardworking but understudied public interest progressives who waged a war from within the system against neoliberal globalization during the last decades of the twentieth century. At a time of Cold War polarization and increasing rejection of social and economic rights as motivating discourses by the left and the right, these activists mobilized around a project of fairness and economic equality. Faced with an increasingly globalized economy and political system, US-based public interest progressives built new models for transnational activism in coalition with activist groups around the globe. From boycotting Nestlé in the 1970s to lobbying against NAFTA to the "Battle of Seattle" protests against the World Trade Organization in the 1990s, No Globalization Without Representation is the story of how consumer and environmental activists became significant players in U.S. and world politics at the end of the twentieth century. Of interest to scholars of transnational activism, neoliberalism, and public policy, this book offers important insights into the political struggles that helped shape the conflicts and political visions of the twenty-first century. Paul Adler is Assistant Professor of History at Colorado College. Elena McGrath is an Assistant Professor of History at Union College Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/world-affairs

Spotlight on Women in Health Ventures
Scaling Mental Health Ventures and Working with Private Equity Companies

Spotlight on Women in Health Ventures

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 33:41


Jennifer Steiner is the Chief Executive Officer of Lightfully Behavioral Health, which provides primary mental health treatment to commercially insured clients. Lightfully is one of the first behavioral health organizations built around Processed-based Therapy, a framework that delivers more personalized and holistic care. Previously, she was the Chief Executive Officer of Alsana, an Eating Recovery Community. Alsana combines data-driven, evidence-based treatment with a fresh perspective focused on total health and wellness. With communities in St.Louis, MO, Birmingham, AL, and Monterey, Westlake Village and Santa Barbara, CA, Alsana delivers compassionate, best-in-class care to individuals looking for recovery from eating disorders. Prior to Alsana, Ms. Steiner served as Chief Executive Officer of InnerChange, a leading provider of residential treatment programs and community-based, outpatient treatment programs for struggling adolescents, young adults and their families Prior to InnerChange, she served as Division Vice President at Davita Health Care Partners, a Fortune 500® provider of kidney care that delivers dialysis services to patients in over 2000 outpatient dialysis centers in the U.S. and abroad. Jennifer holds an MBA from the University of Michigan's Stephen M. Ross School of Business and earned her undergraduate degree in liberal arts from Colorado College. She lives with her husband and three children, and enjoys running marathons, reading and being outdoors. Jennifer is also an ardent supporter of “Lead like a Chiq,” a movement she founded that promotes the power of authentically female leadership. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/theia-hc/support

The Huskies Warming House Podcast
Episode 124 - Colorado College Tigers 2022-23 Season Preview (Overview, Stats, Incoming Players, Schedule + More) - NCHC Team 3/8

The Huskies Warming House Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 92:17


Episode 124 - Colorado College Tigers 2022-23 Season Preview (Overview, Stats, Incoming Players, Schedule + More) - NCHC Team 3/8 August 15th, 2022 St. Cloud, MN   YouTube: https://youtu.be/buw-xMBxSgU Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-huskies-warming-house-podcast/id1499278131   Episode 124 of the CenterIceView News and Notes segment features some college hockey and NHL news. First, it's the Huskies Illustrated Weekly Roundup (2:19), where the guys talk about the latest in the world of hockey. In this segment, the guys discuss HOFer, some signings and more. Our third of eight NCHC team previews is here, with the Colorado College Tigers and their team stats (10:29). The guys also discuss player depatures and stats from last season (25:13). There are once again, nine incoming freshman on the team, a grueling schedule and our final thoughts to unpack (32:17). In the Extra Ice Session, we preview the 2022 World Junior Championship starting this week (1:10:42)? All this and more in another week in the Den! As always, find us on Apple Podcasts, Podbean, Spotify, TuneIn, iHeartRadio, Google Podcasts and Youtube + more. Visit us at huskieswarminghousepodcast.com, and check out our affiliate at centericeview.com. The latest news is on Twitter and Facebook @warminghouseden, and email us at @warminghousepodcast@outlook.com.

Off The Couch
Alex Nichols on Coaching College Cross Country, Pikes Peak Streaking, & Beekeeping

Off The Couch

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 51:23


Relying on a bunch of college kids to crew you through the Western States 100 might sound misguided, but for trail and ultra runner, Alex Nichols, it's an important part of team building. After being named the head coach of Colorado College's cross country program last year, Alex has made a habit of inviting some of his athletes out to support his own racing endeavors. So, we talked to Alex about the intersection between coaching full-time at his alma mater and running trails professionally. Along the way, we detour into his ongoing four-year streak of summiting Pikes Peak every month; John Steinbeck; the joys of beekeeping; and a whole lot more. TOPICS & TIMES:Running 100 miles on a 1.1 mile loop (1:41)Western States 100 (6:04)Alex's Background (11:22)Colorado College's block schedule (15:27)Two English majors talking (17:03)Alex's collegiate running career (19:30)“Indulgence: 1000 Miles Under the Colorado Sky” (21:11)The professionalization of trail running (27:02)Self-coaching (30:46)Alex's Pikes Peak streak (35:27)Coaching cross country at Colorado College (39:43) Beekeeping (47:40)CHECK OUT OUR OTHER BLISTER PODCASTSBlister PodcastGEAR:30 podcastBikes & Big Ideas podcast Our GDPR privacy policy was updated on August 8, 2022. Visit acast.com/privacy for more information.

Moment of Truth
What Comes After The Religious Right? (feat. Nate Hochman)

Moment of Truth

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 57:30


In Today's episode of "Moment of Truth," Saurabh and Nick sit down with Nate Hochman, ISI Fellow at National Review and Robert Novak Journalism Fellow, to discuss the culture wars in America, the future of social conservatism, and what comes after the religious right political movement.Nate Hochman is an ISI Fellow at National Review and Robert Novak Fellow for The Fund for American Studies. He is a Claremont Institue 2021 Publius Fellow, and graduate of Colorado College in Colorado Springs.Learn more about Nate Hochman's work:https://www.nationalreview.com/author/nate-hochman/Send Nate a Tip -- nhochman@nationalreview.comhttps://twitter.com/njhochman––––––Follow American Moment across Social Media:Twitter – https://twitter.com/AmMomentOrgFacebook – https://www.facebook.com/AmMomentOrgInstagram – https://www.instagram.com/ammomentorg/YouTube – https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4qmB5DeiFxt53ZPZiW4TcgRumble – https://rumble.com/c/c-695775Gab – https://gab.com/AmMomentOrgCheck out AmCanon:https://www.americanmoment.org/amcanon/Follow Us on Twitter:Saurabh Sharma – https://twitter.com/ssharmaUSNick Solheim – https://twitter.com/NickSSolheimAmerican Moment's "Moment of Truth" Podcast is recorded at the Conservative Partnership Center in Washington DC, produced by American Moment Studios, and edited by Jake Mercier and Jared Cummings.Subscribe to our Podcast, "Moment of Truth"Get our Cancelproof RSS – https://feeds.acast.com/public/shows/moment-of-truthACast – https://shows.acast.com/moment-of-truthApple Podcasts – https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/moment-of-truth/id1555257529Spotify – https://open.spotify.com/show/5ATl0x7nKDX0vVoGrGNhAj Our GDPR privacy policy was updated on August 8, 2022. Visit acast.com/privacy for more information.

Bourbon Lens
185: Carefully Crafting Bourbon and Rye Whiskey with Pinhook

Bourbon Lens

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2022 63:10


Putting a wine-maker's spin on blending bourbon and rye, Sean Joseph's utilizes his background as a Wine Sommelier to blend yearly vintages of Pinhook.  We discuss the Pinhook approach to blending and the work behind the horse racing-inspired branding.  It's clear that there is a lot more to this whiskey than colorful wax.  Have you tried Pinhook Whiskies before?  Let us know your thoughts by dropping us a line on social media. About Pinhook: The standard approach to American whiskey uses blending and a fixed proof to replicate an established flavor profile batch after batch. Breaking with this tradition, Pinhook treats each set of barrels as a new vintage, shaped by the natural variations in the ingredients and the elements. Working in small batches, we craft each vintage to express the best whiskey rather than the same whiskey, and set the proof to optimize the unique attributes of that group of barrels. To differentiate these expressions from each other and to help identify the same expression across multiple vintages, we have developed a visual language, inspired by jockeys' silks. Click Here to learn more about  what each component signifies. About Sean Josephs: Sean Josephs is a founder of Pinhook and the Master Blender, a role in which he directs Castle & Key in the distillation of Pinhook's custom mashbills and blends and proofs every Pinhook vintage. Sean's background is as an award-winning restaurateur, certified sommelier and nationally-acclaimed whiskey and cocktail expert. After cutting his teeth at Chanterelle and Per Se in New York City, Sean opened three American Whiskey bars and restaurants: Char No. 4 and Maysville in New York and Kenton's in New Orleans. The food and bar programs have been recognized by publications ranging from Esquire to the Wall Street Journal. Sean has appeared on the New York Times' wine and spirits tasting panel on several occasions, has authored articles on bourbon, and is frequently quoted as a whiskey and cocktail authority. Sean is a graduate of the Colorado College.

REI Rookies Podcast (Real Estate Investing Rookies)
Veil Not Fail with Rich Dad Advisor Garrett Sutton

REI Rookies Podcast (Real Estate Investing Rookies)

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 31:01


Garrett Sutton is an attorney, best-selling author and one of Robert Kiyosaki's Rich Dad Advisors. Garrett has over thirty-five years experience in assisting individuals and businesses to limit their liability, protect their assets, implement advantageous corporate structures and advance their financial goals. A clear and engaging writer, Garrett authors various books that demystify legal topics and presents them in an understandable and accessible manner. Garrett is the author of Start Your Own Corporation, Loopholes of Real Estate, Writing Winning Business Plans, Buying and Selling a Business, Run Your Own Corporation, The ABCs of Getting Out of Debt, Scam-Proof Your Assets, and his newest book, Veil Not Fail in the Rich Dad Advisor Series. Garrett is also the author of How to Use Limited Liability Companies and Limited Partnerships, Toxic Client, and Finance Your Own Business, which he co-authored with credit expert Gerri Detweiler. Garrett is the owner and operator of Corporate Direct and Sutton Law Center, which since 1990 has provided clients from around the world with asset protection and corporate formation and maintenance services. Robert Kiyosaki, the best-selling author of Rich Dad, Poor Dad calls Garrett and Corporate Direct "the premiere source for asset protection strategies." Garett attended Colorado College and the University of California at Berkeley, where he received a B.S. in Business Administration in 1975. He graduated with a J.D. in 1978 from Hastings Law, the University of California's law school in San Francisco. He has appeared in the Wall Street Journal, the New York Times, and various other publications. Garrett enjoys speaking on asset protection strategies and is a frequent lecturer for business groups and the Rich Dad Advisors educational series. We chat about: The need for asset protection - we live in a litigious society Piercing the Corporate Veil The good, bad, and ugly entities - the importance of using the right one and how to decide between them all His experiences and horror stories surrounding entity selection - a topic not taught in school LLCs vs Corporations for real estate - understanding the difference and knowing which one to choose His mission and work as author, including his books that are part of the best-selling Rich Dad, Poor Dad, wealth building book series LIKE • SHARE • JOIN • REVIEW http://reimastermind.net/ (Website) https://reimastermindnetwork.locals.com/ (Join the REI Mastermind Network on Locals!) https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/rei-mastermind-network-real-estate-investing-strategies/id1227366661 (Apple Podcasts) https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cDovL3JlaXJvb2tpZXMubGlic3luLmNvbS9yc3M (Google Podcasts) https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC_6OpKSfSGvgGDG1qtBQw9Q (YouTube) https://open.spotify.com/show/4P66jm0Q4PMl7OoZzHMUUZ (Spotify) https://www.stitcher.com/show/rei-rookies (Stitcher) https://www.deezer.com/us/show/2148782 (Deezer) https://www.facebook.com/REIMastermindNet (Facebook) https://twitter.com/rei_mastermind (Twitter) https://www.instagram.com/reimastermindnet/ (Instagram) SUPPORT THE SHOW! Self Managing Your Rental Properties? https://app.rentredi.com/signUp/JCH191 (Get 6 months of RentRedi for $1! Click this link!) https://www.patreon.com/reimastermind (Get Exclusive Content on Patreon! • https://www.patreon.com/reimastermind) https://bit.ly/reiappsumo (Get $10 and Reduce Your Business Costs by Shopping at AppSumo • https://bit.ly/reiappsumo) https://drop.com/?referer=3DC729 (Get $10 Towards Your First Purchase at Drop • https://drop.com/?referer=3DC729) "You can invest 10,000 hours and become an expert or learn from those who have already made that investment." - Jack

The Talent Angle with Scott Engler
SPOTLIGHT: Sourcing Nontraditional Talent with Martha Ross

The Talent Angle with Scott Engler

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 23:19


In this Gartner Talent Angle podcast, labor market expert Martha Ross explores how non-college-educated talent can excel at organizations with the right on-the-job learning opportunities. She offers tactics for organizations seeking to diversify their recruitment strategies and improve sourcing of underrepresented talent. Martha Ross is a senior fellow at the Brookings Metropolitan Policy Program. Ross researches and writes about workers and the labor market, with a focus on low-wage and underemployed workers, the education and employment experiences of 18- to 24-year-olds, pathways to good jobs for young adults, and COVID-19's disproportionate impact on these talent segments. She has a master's degree from the University of Chicago's School of Social Service Administration and a bachelor's degree from Colorado College. *This episode is an excerpt taken from our 2021 interview.