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Six Ways From Sunday
Lewis Cardinal - Indigenous Spirituality Educator & Activist

Six Ways From Sunday

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 55:13


One of the many organizations Lewis is involved with is the Parliament of the World's Religions. As a trustee and member for many years, Lewis has shared his Indigenous culture and spirituality at global tables and conversations that he describes as being like "the Olympics of world religions", in that they gather in a different city once every four years to bring together leaders from many nations and spiritual traditions. Lewis also works with the Edmonton Interfaith Centre for Education and Action, and when he speaks about his family's experience as survivors of Canada's residential schools Lewis emphasizes just how important education and action are in the journey of reconciliation. Lewis is also project manager at the Indigenous Knowledge & Wisdom Centre, and he tells us about a new Indigenous cultural centre being constructed in Edmonton's river valley, called Kihciy Askiy (pronounced key-chee-ask-ee for "sacred land").With all of the great stories about his work and the wisdom that Lewis has to share, it was difficult to wrap up our conversation after only 55 minutes. There's way too much packed into this podcast to try to describe in just a short paragraph, so you'll have to listen to the full conversation and hopefully we will have Lewis on as a guest again in the near future!

Marketplace All-in-One
Inflation is now a factor in the exodus of educators

Marketplace All-in-One

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 7:33


Teachers and other education workers are up against pandemic burnout, understaffed schools and wages that aren't keeping up with inflation. As a result, a recent study has revealed that job satisfaction among those in the profession is at its lowest levels, forcing already-burdened teachers to leave at record rates. U.S. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen called on other nations to combat global hunger before the G-7 meeting. Christopher Low joins us to discuss the morning’s market behavior. Your donation powers the journalism you rely on. Give today to support Marketplace Morning Report.

Marketplace Morning Report
Inflation is now a factor in the exodus of educators

Marketplace Morning Report

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 7:33


Teachers and other education workers are up against pandemic burnout, understaffed schools and wages that aren't keeping up with inflation. As a result, a recent study has revealed that job satisfaction among those in the profession is at its lowest levels, forcing already-burdened teachers to leave at record rates. U.S. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen called on other nations to combat global hunger before the G-7 meeting. Christopher Low joins us to discuss the morning’s market behavior. Your donation powers the journalism you rely on. Give today to support Marketplace Morning Report.

Encyclopedia Womannica
Prodigies: Phillis Wheatley

Encyclopedia Womannica

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 5:18


Phillis Wheatley (c.1753-1784) was the first African-American woman to publish a book of poetry.History classes can get a bad rap, and sometimes for good reason. When we were students, we couldn't help wondering... where were all the ladies at? Why were so many incredible stories missing from the typical curriculum? Enter, Womanica. On this Wonder Media Network podcast we explore the lives of inspiring women in history you may not know about, but definitely should.Every weekday, listeners explore the trials, tragedies, and triumphs of groundbreaking women throughout history who have dramatically shaped the world around us. In each 5 minute episode, we'll dive into the story behind one woman listeners may or may not know–but definitely should. These diverse women from across space and time are grouped into easily accessible and engaging monthly themes like Educators, Villains, Indigenous Storytellers, Activists, and many more.  Womanica is hosted by WMN co-founder and award-winning journalist Jenny Kaplan. The bite-sized episodes pack painstakingly researched content into fun, entertaining, and addictive daily adventures. Womanica was created by Liz Kaplan and Jenny Kaplan, executive produced by Jenny Kaplan, and produced by Liz Smith, Grace Lynch, Maddy Foley, Brittany Martinez, Edie Allard, Lindsey Kratochwill, Adesuwa Agbonile, Carmen Borca-Carrillo, Taylor Williamson, Ale Tejeda, Sara Schleede, and Alex Jhamb Burns. Special thanks to Shira Atkins.Original theme music composed by Miles Moran.We are offering free ad space on Wonder Media Network shows to organizations working towards social justice. For more information, please email Jenny at pod@wondermedianetwork.com.Follow Wonder Media Network:WebsiteInstagramTwitterTo take the Womanica listener survey, please visit: https://wondermedianetwork.com/survey 

Stories for Action
Life in the Land: Timothy Ryan, Cultural Educator Mission Mountain Youth Crew, Salish Kootenai College

Stories for Action

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 50:31


In this episode we are speaking with Timothy Ryan, Salish tribal member, cultural educator, and Department Head for the Salish Kootenai College's Culture and Language Studies Department. We are on the banks of the Flathead River, on the ancestral homelands of the Salish, Kootenai, and Kalispell Peoples in what is now known as Western Montana. Tim speaks about connections to this land, here, in the Seeley-Swan, and well beyond in the ancestral homelands of the tribes. He speaks to the sense of place, which all of humanity can learn from, and the ways he sees his communities weaving traditional life ways into present day life, to benefit the health of people and place. LINKS: Mission Mountain Youth Crew Salish Kootenai College The Séliš-Ql̓ispé Culture Committee This episode is part of the Life in the Land project, which is a series of films and podcasts produced by Stories for Action, which hears from folks that interact with the complexities of Montana's landscapes, speaking to the value of locally-led work and the holistic approaches needed for healthy communities and ecosystems. Find out more about the project and watch the films at  LifeintheLand.org Stories for Action holds a mission to use the power of storytelling to create human connection and advance a thriving planet for all. StoriesforAction.org  Follow along on our Instagram and Facebook: @StoriesforAction

Mind Matters
Teaching Learners How To Learn

Mind Matters

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 28:47


Educators are constantly learning how to better teach neurodivergent learners, but often we overlook the opportunity to help the students be better learners. How does educational therapy work? Is it dependent on the learner having a diagnosis? What is the process for working with families? We talk with Rachel Kapp and Stephanie Pitts, educational therapists and hosts of the Learn Smarter podcast, about helping learners learn, on episode 125. And if you're an educator, we have a course that will help you understand and support those neurodivergent learners. It's called Strategies for Supporting Twice-Exceptional Students. It's available now to school districts, who are licensing it for their educators, and using it to fulfill CE/PD requirements. Here's a link to more information. Join our Facebook group to participate in our June AMA! ABOUT OUR GUESTS - Rachel Kapp grew up in Los Angeles, California. She attended UC Berkeley, and studied abroad in Rome, Italy. She discovered educational therapy after teaching preschool for 7 years in Los Angeles, and then went on to open her practice, Kapped Therapy of Los Angeles. Stephanie Pitts is also a Los Angeles native, and was a student in both public and private schools. She attended USC, and later went on to teach elementary school. She served as an executive functioning mentor for a family of 9, after which she opened her educational therapy practice, My Ed Therapist. Together, they host the Learn Smarter Podcast. You can support the podcast at www.patreon.com/neurodiversity. The Neurodiversity Podcast is on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and you're invited to join our Facebook Group. For more information go to www.NeurodiversityPodcast.com Thank you for caring about neurodivergent people.

Business Innovators Radio
Angela Soong – Entrepreneur – Mark Stephen Pooler

Business Innovators Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 29:22


Angela Soong is a Property Developer, Investor, Consultant & landlady who looks after her own portfolio of over 20+ properties in the UK and abroad, manifested/achieved in less than 1 decade. She is the Host of ‘Birmingham Partners in Property' group, masterminding the 2nd largest subscription based community of regional investors. Angela is an author, entrepreneur and business networker. She has owned businesses in the food, beauty, clinical and online sector, been in the arena of business acquisitions, and sold businesses. She was formally a qualified Science high school teacher as well as a Mentor and Educator for colleges in Holistic & Beauty therapies after graduation with her degrees. Angela is a doting mother of 2 loving grammer school boys. Even from a Poverty background, she beleives all wealth can be achieved. Golden Wealth Creations is the Wealth Mastery, Mindset & Movement course. The successful formula of ultimately Achieving Wealth through combining Business education, Therapy & Coaching to achieved desired results. Using Rapid transformational therapy & Hypnosis to remove mental blocks/self-limiting beliefs. Angela is the Birmingham Global Woman Club Director, supporting women of all cultural diversities to share, empower & create an engaging people networking experience. We bring powerful & empathic energy, where we can do business, connect, build relationships and create fruitful collaborations. https://www.facebook.com/angela.soong.313 https://globalwomanevents.com/birminghamSource: https://businessinnovatorsradio.com/angela-soong-entrepreneur-mark-stephen-pooler

Education Talk Radio
THE EDUCATOR SHORTAGE

Education Talk Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 41:00


THE EDUCATOR SHORTAGE: AFFECTING EVERY PART OF AMERICAN EDUCATION We welcome back our good friend, Rich Long, The Executive Director of Learning First; the umbrella organization for many professional educational associations. He's a thinker...his insights are valued and renowned. Visit ace-ed.org, SELtoday.org and teacher-retention.com to see all our work PLUS We're excited to be working on the inaugural Excellence in Equity Awards, which will help us spotlight and celebrate high-impact work across K-12 education.Head to ace-ed.org/awards to find all the information and nominate before June 30! Email awards@ace-ed.org with questions.

The Innovator's Mindset (The Podcast)
3 Questions on Educators that Inspire with Matt Rhoads - The #InnovatorsMindset #Podcast

The Innovator's Mindset (The Podcast)

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 10:03


Matt Rhoads joins this episode of Three Questions on Educators that Inspire! Rhoads shares some great stories about his former teachers, administrators, and he reflects on his first year of teaching. Hear how Rhoads answers these questions in this episode of Three Questions on Educators that Inspire: Who is a teacher that has inspired you and why? Who is an administrator that has inspired you and why? What advice would you give your first-year teacher-self? Links: Matt Rhoads Twitter - https://twitter.com/mattrhoads1990 Matt Rhoads Website - https://matthewrhoads.com/ Sarah Thomas on The Innovator's Mindset Podcast - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KvP8gCM3wrs Quotes: "Try not to be perfect, think 'less is more.' " - Matt Rhoads "Perfect and learning do not go together because if you were perfect, you would not need to learn." - George Couros Please share your thoughts with us on Twitter or Instagram at #InnovatorsMindset. More at georgecouros.ca George Couros on Twitter: https://twitter.com/gcouros George Couros on Instagram: https://instagram.com/gcouros George Couros on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/georgecourosauthor/ George Couros on LinkedIn: https://ca.linkedin.com/in/george-couros-a5146519 For the full audio podcast: https://linktr.ee/gcouros Because of a Teacher - https://www.amazon.com/dp/194833433X?ref=exp_gcouros_dp_vv_d The Innovator's Mindset: https://www.amazon.com/dp/0986155497?ref=exp_gcouros_dp_vv_d Innovate Inside the Box: https://www.amazon.com/dp/1948334127?ref=exp_gcouros_dp_vv_d Music from Bensound - http://bensound.com/

Encyclopedia Womannica
Prodigies: Suzanne Lenglen

Encyclopedia Womannica

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 7:07


Suzanne Lenglen (1899-1938) was the first tennis diva of the 20th century. She was known for her show-stopping fashion, celebrated for her impressive tennis skills, and infamous for her larger-than-life behavior on and off the court.History classes can get a bad rap, and sometimes for good reason. When we were students, we couldn't help wondering... where were all the ladies at? Why were so many incredible stories missing from the typical curriculum? Enter, Womanica. On this Wonder Media Network podcast we explore the lives of inspiring women in history you may not know about, but definitely should.Every weekday, listeners explore the trials, tragedies, and triumphs of groundbreaking women throughout history who have dramatically shaped the world around us. In each 5 minute episode, we'll dive into the story behind one woman listeners may or may not know–but definitely should. These diverse women from across space and time are grouped into easily accessible and engaging monthly themes like Educators, Villains, Indigenous Storytellers, Activists, and many more.  Womanica is hosted by WMN co-founder and award-winning journalist Jenny Kaplan. The bite-sized episodes pack painstakingly researched content into fun, entertaining, and addictive daily adventures. Womanica was created by Liz Kaplan and Jenny Kaplan, executive produced by Jenny Kaplan, and produced by Liz Smith, Grace Lynch, Maddy Foley, Brittany Martinez, Edie Allard, Lindsey Kratochwill, Adesuwa Agbonile, Carmen Borca-Carrillo, Taylor Williamson, Ale Tejeda, Sara Schleede, and Alex Jhamb Burns. Special thanks to Shira Atkins.Original theme music composed by Miles Moran.We are offering free ad space on Wonder Media Network shows to organizations working towards social justice. For more information, please email Jenny at pod@wondermedianetwork.com.Follow Wonder Media Network:WebsiteInstagramTwitterTo take the Womanica listener survey, please visit: https://wondermedianetwork.com/survey 

K12ArtChat the Podcast
Episode 79 - Empowering Women Artists & Art Educators

K12ArtChat the Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 45:42


In this episode – The Creativity Department discuss empowering women educators and artists with art educators Natalie Chanel, Tiffany Lin, and Jen Holsinger-Raybourn! Learn how they shine a light on female artists in their classes, tackle topics like pay transparency and how to advocate for it, how they ensure people of other cultures are represented throughout the year, and how they continue to pursue their art outside the classroom. 

Don't Retire...Graduate Podcast
True Grit: Blazing a Trail from Homelessness to Award-Winning Financial Educator with Sharita Humphrey

Don't Retire...Graduate Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 35:02


Welcome back to Don't Retire... Graduate! Our guest today did what nobody thought was possible: left Eric speechless. Sharita Humphrey has a remarkable story of grit and resilience. From a homeless mother of two living out of a motel, Sharita promised her sons that she would change their situation and did not rest until she did. The now award-winning financial educator is here to share that story and spread her message that just because you lose things, you can never lose hope.  In this episode we'll talk about: • The importance of having money conversations at home  • Sharita's story of becoming a mom early, the feelings of failure that came with losing her home, and her experience living in a motel for close to a year • How financial literacy education can change your financial trajectory  • How it feels to leave traditional employment and scratch an entrepreneurial itch • Keeping experiences as a line item on a budget  • Creating a safety net by building an emergency fund  • Creating jobs and abundance through agriculture  • Seeing your budget as a blueprint to keep you in the driver's seat     Visit dontretiregraduate.com for a full transcript of this episode. www.sharitamhumphrey.com www.changeinmotion.co About Sharita M. Humphrey Sharita M. Humphrey is a nationally recognized, award-winning finance expert and money mentor. Having previously been broke and homeless herself, Sharita knows first-hand that financial freedom has a blueprint and she's committed to helping individuals change the financial trajectories of their lives.   Sharita is a certified financial educator, speaker, and coach. At her namesake financial consulting company, Sharita helps minority women better understand, manage, and grow their money. Sharita also helps Black and Brown entrepreneurs learn how to accelerate their businesses and secure funding through her other company, Change In Motion, which offers a comprehensive education program.   In 2020, Sharita was named National Financial Educator of the Year for her work within her local community and across the country. She is a regular contributor to entrepreneurial publications and has been featured in top-tier media including CNBC, iHeartMedia, Forbes, Yahoo Finance and BBC World News.   This year, Sharita and her family set a goal of purchasing hundreds of acres of land over the next few years to build a family-run farm. During their journey, Sharita is teaching minority farmers how to obtain monies to acquire farmland and helping them to retain their land for generations to come.   Sharita M. Humphrey Facebook  Sharita M. Humphrey Instagram Sharita M. Humphrey Linkedin

Freakonomics Radio
503. What Is the Future of College — and Does It Have Room for Men?

Freakonomics Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 48:27


Educators and economists tell us all the reasons college enrollment has been dropping, especially for men, and how to stop the bleeding. (Part 4 of “Freakonomics Radio Goes Back to School.”)

Regenerative Ed
Ian Sanderson: Facilitating Experiences as a Blue Feather Educator

Regenerative Ed

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 68:54


Eek! I'm thrilled to bring you a conversation I had this week with Ian Sanderson. Ian Sanderson is a member of the Mohawk Nation, Turtle Clan, from Six Nations of the Grand River Territory.  He is committed to serving people from all backgrounds as they develop and elevate their awareness—of themselves, their work, their relationships, and the world—through innovative synthesis and application of Indigenous, Eastern, and Western thought. He facilitates individual and group learning processes, serving a diversity of people and organizations whether in conference rooms, schools, or in a forest. He has 25 years of outdoor and experiential education experience, applying principles of tracking and other natural-world skills to present day situations. He owns the Boulder Quest Center, a martial arts dojo where he teaches and trains in the art of To-Shin Do ninjutsu; a modern application of timeless principles of how to intelligently handle the challenges likely to arise in our societies today. Utilizing reality-based empowerment training, he coaches students in ways to promote peace, security, well-being, and building the kind of resiliency and perseverance that leads to life mastery.  He holds the rank of Yondawn- 4th-Degree Black Belt, and is also a student and practitioner of the Tendai and Shugendo Buddhist traditions of Japan since 2007 and took his deshi vows in 2017. Ian has also taught at Naropa University for over 10 years and is a Senior Adjunct Faculty member in the Environmental Studies Program. We hit on topics from breaking patterns to embodiment to disconnection because of covid to fear-based living, to the complication of a pendulum-swinging, reactive culture around very, very important justice issues.  We sneak in a few things about teaching, too. :) Links Boulder Quest Center to find out more about one of many aspects of Ian and to get in touch with him. Sand Talk: How Indigenous Thinking can Save the World by Tyson Yunkaporta We are Verbs Community (use code: PODCAST for $1 for the first month!)

Working Capital The Real Estate Podcast
$40 Million in Real Estate And the Benefits of Social Media with Sam Primm | EP104

Working Capital The Real Estate Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 37:52


Sam Primm is a Real Estate Investor, Educator with over 40 million dollar Real Estate using people's money  He started a successful Rental Real Estate company, Wholesale company and he does Flips as well.  In this episode we talked about: * Sam's  Bio & Background * The First Investment in Real Estate * Using Other People's Money to Buy Real Estate * Network Building * Private & Institutional Lenders  * Capital Structure * Interest Rate Risks * Journey on Social Media * The Process of Property Acquisition  * Mentorship, Resources and Lessons Learned Useful links: Book “Pitch Anything” by Oren Klaff Book “Eat that frog” by Brian Tracy https://www.instagram.com/samfasterfreedom/?hl=en https://fasterfreedom.com Transciption: Jesse (0s): Welcome to the working capital real estate podcast. My name is Jesper galley. And on this show, we discuss all things real estate with investors and experts in a variety of industries that impact real estate. Whether you're looking at your first investment or raising your first fund, join me and let's build that portfolio one square foot at a time. Ladies and gentlemen, my name is Jennifer gala and you're listening to working capital the real estate podcast. My guest today is Sam prim. Sam is a real estate investor educator with over $40 million worth of real estate using other people's money.   He started a successful rental real estate company, a wholesale company, and he does flips as well. We just kind of went over a little bit about his portfolio right now, Sam, how's it going?   Sam (45s): It's going well, man, it's going well, appreciate you having me on.   Jesse (47s): Yeah, thanks so much for coming on. I think one thing we miss here in the intro is just the fact that your social media presence with real estate is pretty pronounced. It's part of the reason that we connected, I saw what you were doing online. And I said, you know, I think that listeners would get a lot of value about you coming on, telling your story, and also talking a little bit about that presence online. So thanks for coming on. Really appreciate it. Why don't we take a couple of steps back as we normally do here and talk a little bit about your background and how you got into real estate, you know, from, you know, where you started and where you're at today.   Sam (1m 23s): Yeah, for sure. So I don't have the most exciting story, like, you know, some guests and some people I know that, you know, came over here or grew up super, super poor and didn't have, you know, much of an upbringing. I had a normal upbringing, you know, my parents were middle-class. My dad was an engineer. My mom was a teacher. My dad worked for the same company for 40 years and retired. That was kinda what I was grown up in. That was kind of how I was raised, you know, save money, save money, save money, invest, and went to college and was kind of planning that path.   But kinda during college, I started a, a house, you know, painting company with my buddy. We started to kind of paint in the summers, painted exteriors of houses and fences and decks, kinda got some entrepreneurial itches and then went to school and finished school and then, you know, graduated and got a job out of school. And he got an engineering degree and we were just doing our own thing. And then we started to connect and talk real estate and we decided to go in and buy one house a year for 10 years was our goal. And just kind of start to just see what real estate can do for us on the side.   And that kind of ballooned into what I'm doing today. I kind of really kind of ventured away from that traditional mindset of work for somebody else, your whole life. I was able to quit my full-time job and go full-time in real estate a few years later and really enjoying now showing other people that you do have an option. You can do the traditional path, but if that's not for you or you can't do that, or whatever, whatever the reason may be, you do not have to work for someone else, your whole life. You can do what you want when you want and real estate's the best, you know, kind of bridge to help you get to that life.   Jesse (2m 53s): So, Sam, what was the first investment in real estate that you, that you ever did? What did that look like?   Sam (2m 60s): It was a single family rental. I actually bought it in 2014 into 2014, bought it with the thought that you got to, I was going to fix it up and sell it and take that profit and put 20% down on a rental. So back then, even when I started, you know, investing in real estate, I thought 20% down on rental property. So, all right, I don't have 20% to put down, so I'm going to flip a house, take that profit and then put 20% down. So I thought for every, you know, one rental I wanted to buy, I had to flip one, so two houses to get one rental.   But during that process, I learned a, about the cash out refinance and kind of leveraging money and leveraging bank funds and all that, all that stuff that I'm sure a lot of your viewers know about, but I didn't know about it. And I ended up actually turning that one into a rental that worked out pretty well. So just, you know, jumped in and was figuring it out and then found out about refinancing and, and all that cash out stuff. And you haven't looked back since, and haven't had to put 20% down of my own money on anything since. So   Jesse (3m 55s): That's great. So in terms of the actual debt side of the equation, when you are looking for properties and over your career, when you've been looking for properties using other people's money, I mean, people hear that and they, you know, intuitively understand what that means. You know, you understand what the words mean, but in terms of actually executing that and doing it in a way that doesn't put you in a unreasonable amount of risk, how do you approach that? And what does that look like for you when you're saying you're using other people's money to buy real estate?   Sam (4m 26s): Yeah, for sure. Cause if you're, if you're not using your own money, you're putting 20% down, you know, you could be overleveraging yourself, like you said, and putting yourself at unnecessary risk, you know, shift in the market could sink you. And, and that did a lot in oh eight, it's sunk a lot of people. So the key to using other people's money in your own money honestly, is making sure there's equity in the property. Everybody thinks that banks care about that 20% down when you're buying rentals, they don't, they care about that 80%. They want to just make sure that they are not over leveraged themselves and that there's 80% equity in the deal.   So if you can creatively use somebody else's money to find distressed properties, you know, fix them up, manage them well, whether we're talking, you know, single families, commercial multi-families, whatever it is, if you can just find the deals out there and use other people's money and, you know, find a good enough deal and increase the value enough that there is at least 20% equity at the end, then you're not over leveraged. If, if you bought a million dollar apartment complex and put $200,000 down, there's 80% equity. If I've, you know, did the same thing and use somebody else's money and have $800,000 of somebody else's money in the deal, and it's still worth a million, why it's the same position?   There's, you know, there's, there's not any risk there. As long as that equity is built in, obviously there's some more intricacies that go into it and there's a ton different ways to do it. But I think the key concept that you brought up and kind of wanted me to drive home is as long as you're buying at a discount and managing it properly, you shouldn't over leverage yourself. If you do it the right way, it's not buying things at market value, you know, a hundred percent of costs, a hundred percent of value, a hundred percent of loan. It's, you know, we're, we're deep, we're much less than that. There's a lot of equity built in at the end of these deals that just grows over time.   Jesse (6m 5s): So during that time 2014, and I guess the, the few years after that, that got you to where you're at today, the actual network that you had, the people that you went to to actually raise money from, how did that evolve? You know, did you have somebody in the beginning that you were doing this with, that kind of showed you who the ideal people would be that would invest with you? What did that look like?   Sam (6m 25s): Yeah, kind of. So I knew that you could use other people's money to buy and fix up a property. I think, I don't remember. I think that flip or flop the torque and Christina moose or whatever, the ones that was on HTV. I remember seeing them go to like their lawyer's somebody's house and they would get the money and then they would fix up the house and they would split the profit with them. So I knew you could do that. So I knew that you could borrow money to buy and fix up a house. I just didn't know about the 20% down. And that's what I did on my first property. I borrowed the money to buy it and fix it up. It was from like a kind of a friend of a friend kind of thing. It was one of my dad's friends that owned a business.   I'd known him growing up a little bit and he'd always talked about, you know, if we ever get into business, you know, he'd like to help me out kind of like a, a mentor type thing, but he wasn't a real estate investor more just on the business and mindset side of things. And we talked and, you know, met a few times and, and showed them the plans and show them what we wanted to do. And he said that he would be willing to give us, you know, you know, a hundred thousand dollars to buy and fix up a house. If we found something that worked and showed him the deal and ran through the numbers and we did that. And then we did it again. And I continued to use that same private lender for, for a long time.   My first, first three or four years in investing in real estate, I had a full-time job. So it probably maybe a 20, 20 rentals or so. So it was good, but it wasn't anything crazy. But then after that, you just make connections and know the right people and that lender talks to other people. And then eventually we, you know, got more money than we know what to do with now, just as far as, you know, sourcing deals for private lenders, it's, it's just, it can be tough to find private lenders. So I was pretty lucky, but I always tell people whether it takes you two months or two years to find a private lender, always be looking one private lender can change your life.   There's other, there's other options. In the meantime, you can wholesale, you can use hard money, you can use lines of credit, you can do a ton of different things. Self-directed IRAs, all those are great. But, you know, using a, having a private lender that has flexible terms that will lend you a hundred percent of purchase and rehab on, you know, whatever the property may be is life-changing so be looking for one, you may stumble across when, right away, you may not, but don't give up because one can change your life. For sure.   Jesse (8m 27s): And what was the, I mean, flexibility, you mentioned that there w what are the other appeals that you have with private lenders, as opposed to institutional institutional lenders for what you're trying to do?   Sam (8m 38s): Yeah. So private lenders are, you know, their flexibilities by far the biggest one. So, you know, if I'm buying an apartment complex, I'll go to private lenders and they'll put 20% down. And then the other 80% is institutional. Whether it be, you know, government money, Fannie, or Freddie, or whether it be, you know, bank money, but they're, they're going to be in second position. Then the private lender is okay with that. It's, you know, most hard money lenders or other institutions won't want to be in second position. They're going to want to be in first position to be most secured. So they're flexible because you have a relationship with them.   There are people that, you know, or people that, you know, know that understand real estate that don't usually, they don't have millions. It's usually it's, you know, I just had a student the other day that was like, I can't find a private lender. And then all, you know, all of a sudden he was talking with a real estate agent that he was trying to buy houses from. And that agent said they always want to do invest, but they don't have the time or knowledge. And they had an extra 150 green, you know, they didn't have millions, but they took some out of the stock market and they had that and they're willing to invest with them because they knew them. So it just comes from different sources. It usually doesn't come from a rich uncle or even a rich friend of your dad like minded, but, you know, there's a ton of different places.   You can find them. And they're just flexible. They're understanding. I think a couple of the second deal I did, we couldn't pay back. The private lender has full amount plus interest. So he let us roll that into the next deal. And just things like that. There's flexibility being second position on terms, and I'm on lengths of things. And, you know, when you're dealing with somebody that they have relationship with built with, you can talk about that when you're dealing with these bigger institutions, they're just a number on a spreadsheet to them. They don't give a, they don't give a crap if you had an issue or not.   Jesse (10m 10s): Yeah. I feel like when you're dealing with private lenders, if the deal goes sideways, God forbid there, you know, you want to work with the person, the person typically wants to work with you where it's the bank. Like you said, if you're just a number on a spreadsheet there, you know, they can be a little bit more aggressive and saying, yeah, sorry, like this, we're going to take this action X. That might be pretty detrimental to your investment in terms of the, the, what you described there. So the 20% down from a private lender and then the balance from say an institutional lenders. So that to me is a very similar or very common for a short-term kind of, you're basically trying to stabilize an asset or you could potentially be flipping it.   How do you look at the capital structure when you're dealing with more of a longer term, hold on your real estate.   Sam (10m 54s): So everything, and we've done this a few times now, so I own six, six apartment complexes, and I've done this on three of them and three of them in the process of doing this. So like, what I've done in the past is for one of my second apartment complex, I bought it. No, nothing big. I haven't done any huge deals yet. This was a 32 unit. So what we ended up doing was we bought it for 1.1 million. So we've got 20% down from our private lender. So he lend us 20% down, which I guess is 220 grand. We got an $880,000 mortgage from the bank.   So it was worth a little bit more than that when he bought it. So there's equity built in, but we improve the building over the next couple of years. You know, we increased cashflow by raising rent. We use some of that to fix up the property and we, you know, got efficient with the expenses and managing and just took care of everything and just kind of turn the building. Wasn't a nightmare, but we turned it around relatively quickly and just two years. And we were paying the private lender a little bit out of cashflow. And then two years later, it appraised for 1.5 million. So we took some equity out.   We refinanced at 80% and paid him back as two 20 plus interest. And now we own it and we own it. Long-term and, you know, we have a one point had a one point, you know, one, something million dollar note on it. It was worth 1.5. And then two years later, which was last year, just the price for 2 million. So it just kind of shows you that you, you get one of these assets and you can force the value in force appreciation by being efficient and raising rents. You can create so much equity so fast that you can do these short term. I call them short term burst deals in two or three years.   You can, you can reposition an asset and create enough equity and value by you controlling the asset properly to get enough to pay him back plus interest and move on to the next one. It's just kind of a rinse and repeat thing. I haven't, you know, done the syndication route where you're raising 20% from, you know, lenders that you're going to pay back over the next, however many years or, or anything like that. But mine's a little bit more of that, you know, smaller scale. But if you do it enough, you know, like I said, I got 40 million that I own a hundred percent of you can, you can scale pretty quickly.   Jesse (12m 57s): Yeah, for sure. I mean, there's good money to be made. And both strategies might find the, like you said, almost a, like a, a variation of the burst strategy where you are buying, holding, or refinancing, renting all the RS. But if you do the syndication route, it's basically the same thing. I, the only difference would be an equity portion coming from LPs. So we, we did something very similar recently, and it is just a larger version of buying that single family house and, and doing a, doing a burst strategy with, so in terms of the, where you kind of see the market right now, obviously we're in a time right now, it's Q2 20, 22 interest rates have continued to go up.   How do you look at the risk of your deals in terms of interest rate, what you typically keep in reserve? Like how, w from a risk standpoint, how do you, how do you view your, your real estate acquisitions?   Sam (13m 51s): Yeah. Interest rates have gone up way more than I thought they would way quicker, but even, even with that, I'm not, not overly concerned. A majority of my portfolio, we have tied up at, at 10 year arms, you know, tenure. So the rate's not going to just, I guess for eight more years now, we locked them in a couple of years ago. So majority of it is eight is eight more years of our current rates. Modem is non-recourse with some government and funding, but as far as going forward with the current purchase, I'm just keeping that into account interest rates are going to be a little bit higher.   If we do a deal now, or we have a three-year arm or something that probably going to be a little bit higher, but I don't think they're going to be substantially higher. And now that my portfolio has got to a point where I'm just trying to add good assets to it, I'm not worried about, you know, they're all good deals. They all cashflow on their own, but I'm just looking at it as more of a portfolio that I'm going to have for 20 years. So a little bit of interest rates, a little bit higher on the portion of the portfolio right now, isn't extremely concerning to me. I don't love it, but also going with higher interest rates, rents more rents going up every, I think I heard the other day or read something rent's going up every year in the past, like 90 years, except 2008 or 2009, like one is the only year rent's ever not gone up.   So with increase interest rates, you also have increased expenses. We're getting more efficient in management with property, with software, with things like that. So you can offset some of that extra interest on that. You'll be paying with a higher, with a little bit higher interest rate, but you can offset that with just being smart and efficient and just scaling and not worrying about, you know, having to spend a little bit more. I feel like if your deal hinges on 50 basis points, you'd probably buy in too deep. Anyway, I understand this gone up more than that recently, but in the, in the commercial game with a small local banks who I deal with, it's it hasn't gone up.   It hasn't gone up near what the residential has. That's right. Not to get too into a, you probably know this better than I do, but the, the residential, the mortgage that people hear about this going up like crazy is based on the ten-year treasury, what, what we borrow at the small local banks that I deal with. And part of the reason it's based on the fed funds rate, and that's barely gone up. So they're kind of based on two different things. And, you know, you can take advantage of one while the other one's, you know, doing something. And so there, there's always some way to be flexible and get around it. I, I'm not thinking that you're not going to be able to invest in real estate because interest rates are too high, but that's kind of how I look at it.   W what do you think about that?   Jesse (16m 10s): Yeah, I have very similar view. I think the 50 basis points comment, I think it actually is accurate because even though rates have gone up higher, if you're doing an analysis and underwriting a deal and say, you're playing Monday morning quarterback, and you're in the deal now, and rates have gone up. If you didn't, if you didn't have some sort of sensitivity analysis that gave you a bit of a range, you don't underwrite a deal and go, okay, I can't go higher than this. You give yourself a little bit of padding. So you, yeah. Even with the padding, you might be, you might be within 75 bips or 50 BEPS.   And it, like you said, if that's going to kill your deal, then you've got bigger problems to worry about. I think the, the different approach that we're taking is just looking at things banks, when we're doing refinances or bef before LTV loan to value was a lot bigger piece of the pie. Now, debt service coverage ratio is which makes sense, right there. They're being cognizant about how much you have in cashflow. And it kind of, I think every once in a while, every five, 10 years, we need a little bit of a jolt in the real estate industry because we start getting away from the fundamentals and then we kind of need to be brought back that cashflow is, is a key aspect of what we do.   So I think, you know, provided that we don't go into a global pandemic again, which is kind of, I only laugh. It's, you know, it's not funny, but only ironic in the sense that we always say, like, you know, caveat this, as long as this doesn't happen, it will be okay. Now that we have seen something very intense, like the last two years, I think investors will be a little bit more prudent, but provided that we don't have anything crazy geopolitically going forward. I think that it's not unhealthy to have interest rates go up a little bit and values of cool off, especially in some of the major markets, you know what I didn't even ask.   What a, which market are you currently investing in right now? We're   Sam (17m 58s): St. Louis, Missouri, everything. Everything's here within an hour, hour and a half of a, of St. Louis on the Missouri side. So yeah, everything's here local in the Midwest, not the most exciting city, but it's a great city to own rental properties in and invest in is, is pretty stable. You don't get the swings. So it's, it's a good place to be.   Jesse (18m 16s): Yeah, for sure. What, switch gears a little bit here and talk about this presence on social media. It's pretty fascinating to me, especially in our space because, well, I guess any space you get all these quotation gurus online and posting random stuff, and just kind of filtering through a lot of that. I saw the content you were posting really interesting, engaging educational. You kind of go through some of the deals. We'll put a link up for listeners to check you out on Instagram. And I assume you, you know, you have a link for YouTube, but talk a little bit about that, that journey on social media as it relates to real estate.   Sam (18m 52s): Yeah. So I just started posting a little bit on Facebook about what I was doing, you know, and drummed up a pretty good amount of, you know, interest from just friends and family and people that didn't know that I was investing in real estate. They just thought I had that full, you know, my full-time job. And so that kind of started to get some traction and, you know, it didn't really think a ton of it. Then I went full-time in real estate in 2018 and was focused on growing my rental portfolio and growing, you know, the flipping company and doing all that for a good year and a half, two years and occasionally posting on social media.   And then we got those businesses to a pretty stable place being my business partner, Lucas, and kind of had the idea of you run those, keep those going. I'm going to try to, you know, get into this education space and try to educate people what you're doing, because the minimal exposure I had was just inundated with people. How did you do it? Can you teach me how to do it? How do you do it? You know, so I thought, well, let's, let's try to, you know, make a social media about it and try to maybe create some type of course or mentorship. So I just started by just giving away as much as I could for free on YouTube and then Instagram and slowly getting some traction.   And then Pope did Tik TOK and got made fun of for a while. But I posted on Tik TOK once a day for 30 days and said, I'm just going to give it a shot. And this was back in 2020 middle to end of 2020, and then that blew up and then everything else kind of just followed from there. You know, ticktack saying is it all starts on Tik TOK? And for me, it kind of did that kind of gave me the credibility to grow the other platforms. And like, what you said is what I do. I just try to post informational stuff. I don't overreact. I could have a bigger following if I was a, fearmonger not going to name any names, but the people that have had that YouTube thumbnails for five years in a row saying the world's ending and the market's going to crash, eventually they're going to be right.   But you know, those people that do that negativity and that just kind of drove me crazy. And also I knew somebody that had done three bird deals and wrote a bird book. So I was just like, come on. So anyway, so I decided to, to teach and go in a little bit more and go full-time into it. And the last I've been doing social media for about years. And as you alluded to, you've got a decent following on tic-tac YouTube and Instagram, and just trying to provide as much education as I can. It's fun. Obviously I can make money from it if people want, want me to educate them further, but regardless, it's just a good place to, you know, be creative and have fun and teach people and show them that there is another path out there that real estate can be fun.   And it's a, it's a good thing to invest in and so great way to get free eyeballs.   Jesse (21m 13s): So I don't think I connected with you on Tik TOK, but what was that 30 days like, was that just I'm going to post some deals, some, some tip, but what did that 30 days look like?   Sam (21m 22s): I just, I just was posting and at the time my Instagram was probably like 500. My YouTube was probably like a thousand, I don't know. And I just wasn't getting as much traction on them. So I thought let's hop on Tik TOK. I had somebody told me that people were talking about real estate. I thought it was just a place for people to dance and you know, what it's turned into now, craziness. But so I got on not early, but kind of early. And then I just posted once a day for 30 days. And I think my fourth video got a hundred thousand views and I was like, holy cow, it was like a 15, 22nd video. You know, it makes sense now that people can scroll and see, you know, five different people in one minute, the only platform that really allows for that.   But yeah, and then just kind of got some traction there and then other social media started to grow and then it's kind of the staple. I, I don't even, it's insane. I have 1.5 million followers on Tik TOK, and it's just like, that is like a city. And then when it does bleed over to the other platforms and now, yeah, and now that tic-tacs allowing for longer videos and things like that, I'm trying to leverage it to, to, to push people towards the other social media platforms. Cause tic Tacs fine and all, but you know, in five minutes, someone probably sees 50 different people on Tik TOK in five minutes.   They've see probably 10 people on Instagram in five minutes. You just, usually one people on YouTube and same with podcasts. So the goal is to push people to the longer form content, to warm them up and teach them more. But just taking advantage of what's out there. And it's a lot easier to make a 32nd video than an engaging 30 minute podcast. So that's, that's what I was doing for a while and still do.   Jesse (22m 53s): Yeah. And it's, you know, like we're talking right now, if we probably end up putting this on YouTube, you know, it's one thing to have this story. Some people, you know, you, I find a lot of people just like people are visual learners. I find we, we remember stories better. You have this long form aspect of, of Sam prim they'll remember certain aspects, but you know, like at some point in this conversation, we said, DSCR, you know, that's a 32nd video for tech doc or for Instagram. Right. But you can't get the, well, you can only get so much information out there in the short form. So that makes sense that you kind of capture them there, bring them over to longer form content.   So in terms of the educational stuff, what type of, what type of stuff are you putting out there? You mentioned the course that you had.   Sam (23m 34s): Yeah. So Joe, I have a, I have a mentorship currently, you know, it's a lot of different things that go and it, but basically it's everything or, you know, everything I can put into that content about creating a rental portfolio using other people's money. There's 250 videos I put in there because no one likes to sit down. No one has an hour free time, or usually they don't. So I spent about eight months making five to 10 minute clips of every single step of the way. So someone, if they got a free 10 minutes can just watch to my videos and learn a little bit or poke around and see.   So there's that, there's a closed Facebook group. There's weekly mentorship calls, group mentorship calls, and then all the resources you'll need. So it's pretty in depth and it's pretty comprehensive. You know, we just launched it about six months ago, had a little over 500 people sign up. So it's, it's not, it's it's for people that are willing to take action. We'd one of the questions is making sure that they're willing to take action. We just don't want to take people's money just to take their money. If they're willing to take action and it's a good fit for you, but it's been fun. And it's just kind of one of the trickle down effects of getting a lot of eyeballs, a certain amount of those people will want we'll happily give you money to teach them further.   You know, we're not holding a gun for anybody's dad to sign up. So it's, it's been, it's been a fun thing that I don't really push a ton. A lot of people don't even know I have it that follow me on social media. So I kind of like it that way.   Jesse (24m 50s): Yeah. I mean, it's also too, it's a reflection of, of yourself. So this idea of just, you know, signing up a million people in the short term is, you know, a lot of people do it, but if it's something that you you're trying to build and you want it to be quality, it makes sense that you want people to actually be in there engaged because unfortunately, a lot of people, you know, we've all been guilty of it, but there are a lot of people that consume a lot of great content, but never take any action with it. Whether it's a finance real estate need, it could be anything. So it's, it's definitely one of those things you want to have that action piece connected to the actual consumption of, of information.   Want to just hop back to the real estate side of things. So, one thing that we talk about with a lot of guesses, their process for acquisition now more than ever off-market deals are, seem to be the route that a lot of people are going in terms of finding properties. We'll see if that changes with the changing environment out there. What's your process when you're looking to acquire properties. And maybe you could talk about if, if it has evolved when, since you started out.   Sam (25m 54s): Yeah, it has. For sure. So at first, when I was, you know, just doing this on the side, I was, you know, buying things, certain things were on market, you know, back in 2015, 16, it was a little more common to find some of these on market deals. So that's what I did at first. And then through some local wholesalers, you know, people that were out there doing the work themselves and, and drumming up the deals and bringing them to me. And then we, you know, went full-time and have our house flipping company now. So we have five full-time buyers. That's all they do every day. They buy between 30 and 60 houses a year and they go and find the deals and drum up and talk to other wholesalers and connectors and real estate agents and lawyers and senior care facilities and all those kinds of things we buy.   We bought 252 houses last year. And I think like 165 of them were through no marketing spend all just through networking and our, and you know, going to find people. And then we also do the, do the advertising. You know, we got Facebook and AdWords and SEO and all those. So we do a mixture of, you know, you know, actual ads and then a mixture of networking for the sort of the houses. But for the apartments, that's a little bit different, you know, we've done some mailers specifically to owners, but we're, we got most of our deals. I've just been dealing with local brokers and, you know, local people that are wholesale on those deals.   And, you know, people that come across these cause you know, the commercial space is a little bit different. An agent can get something and you kind of have a pocket listing and put shell it out. They don't have to blast it to everybody like they do on the residential side. So yeah, just getting to know people and networking our last three apartments we bought from the same broker that he brought to us first because we were able to perform on one. So relationship-based, I guess is the key to what we've done. It takes time, but it takes time upfront. You'd be friendly and get to know them, offer value. Then you get a gravy train of deals coming. And yet it takes a little bit of time, but our last three deals I've been through one guy.   I mean, we'll probably buy 20 apartments from him in the next 10 years. So that's well worth it. I'm spending some time, you know, you can flood the market with advertising. That's an option, but not everybody has the money or knowledge to do that. So anybody can go network and market with people and, and, you know, come across deals that way.   Jesse (27m 56s): Yeah. And it's beneficial for him as well. Right. You have a qualified buyer and he knows that when he has that pocket listing, that you're going to be one he shows. I think it's, it's just, it's interesting to see the different approaches people take. Like for, you know, a lot of people come in with mailers. I found with our market it's, hasn't been, as we haven't had seen that much advantage or that much output from mailers, but I still call direct. I'm a broker by trade. So it's a little different in the sense that, you know, I get the free quote freebies of CoStar Altice, a bunch of different software pieces that when I need to find a corporate search for a numbered company, it's something fairly easy for me to do.   Whereas I know, you know, for a private investor to do that, they have to scale their business fairly, fairly big, but a lot of this stuff, depending on which state or province, if you're in Canada, in terms of, you know, where you're finding information, it's a lot of this is publicly available for on the apartment side as well. So you can usually enough elbow grease and you can find a name for a person, but you're absolutely right. It's a different animal on the commercial side, but in terms of making those relationships, I think, you know, just going back to your educational aspect, I think stuff like that is, what's so valuable in education.   And one thing is, okay, you can say connect with a good broker, but there are aspects of, you know, making sure that you sound like, you know, what you're talking about and you know, do's, and don'ts when you're trying to connect with the brokerage community. And not that they're, you know, we're this, you know, just geniuses, it's just the fact that you want to be speaking our language. And there's a couple of red flags that just jump out right away. When brokers hear somebody talk that, you know, you can, you lose credibility fairly quickly, but if you do the opposite, you know, it's a, it's a list an off-market listing then I'll definitely want to get out and, you know, give to somebody that if they sound like they know what they're talking about.   Sam (29m 40s): Yeah. I agree. Hundred percent like that. The education is, is just huge. And it's obviously something I believe in it's something I practice and I pay a lot of money every single year to be in a couple of masterminds and some subscription services. But it's, you know, they say you can't buy time, but you can like time, you can buy time by being more efficient and effective. If, if you know, you took 10 years to learn how to do what you do. And you know, we're putting a lot of that in this pocket. Someone keynote can spend listened to, you know, 10 hours of your podcast and get two years worth of knowledge and information.   So they can be more efficient and effective. So whether it's free or paid. And I take part in this, in all my businesses and every aspect, I'm writing a book right now, and I got a ghost writer helping me write it, like taking other people's information. So you can be, and their knowledge and experience. So you can be more efficient and effective and kind of take that group path and have less headaches and, you know, do more in less time you are buying time. So yeah, that's huge. That goes along with the lingo that you're talking about and just general, you know, just having somebody keep you in the lanes and keep you out of the gutters is huge, hugely important.   So yeah, I fully believe in it and sell it obviously, but also take part in it. And pretty much every business I have.   Jesse (30m 51s): Yeah. Well, it's a great community be in. I find that there's a lot of like-minded people. And generally speaking for the most part, everybody is pretty encouraging when you get into this business. And I, you know, I assume it's similar for other industries, but one thing I've always loved with the real estate industry is that if you are hustling and, and you are outwardly showing that you're interested, older individuals in our industry do want to do nothing but help you. I've found that through my career is because they see a little bit of themselves in you. I want, you know, when they're 50, 60 plus, and they see a younger version of themselves kind of doing their thing.   So reaching out to those people is, is something that, you know, if you can add value, it's something that I always encourage for people to do.   Sam (31m 31s): Yeah. Don't, don't underestimate vanity. I see it all the time. They're, they're willing to help. They really are those older people, they a hundred percent want to help. They see themselves in you, but they're also like, Hey, this is what I did. Look at how cool I am and look, here's the secrets that I did. And I figured out, and look at me, I did this, you know, look up to me and it's, it's everybody has it as natural. I'm not trying to dog on anybody. I have it, you have it everybody. But if, you know, people will, some people have a little bit more banning than others, but having, you know, people, you know, be able to say, look what I did and have you be like, wow, that that's something and that's real.   And that, that goes along with people wanting to help you're right. Real estate investors are surprisingly helpful in my opinion, compared a lot of other industries.   Jesse (32m 10s): Yeah, for sure. And you're absolutely right on the vanity side, I've found that even on the podcast and it's, and again, it's not to say that in a negative way, but I get a lot more honey from people I reach out to, especially on the commercial real estate side and, and the academic side, when I said, Hey, I just read your last paper, you know, that you wrote on, you know, commercial real estate prices and their effect on X. And all of a sudden you're like, oh, read my work. Okay. Like, you know, I would test it. So yeah, definitely. That's a good aspect.   I think any, any time in life, you can kind of a tickle or a, you know, a warmup through the vanities angle or a little bit of the stroke in the ego. I think it, you know, it helps Sam. We're coming up to the end here. We've got a few questions at the end. We ask every guest. So if you're cool with that, I'll, I'll send them your way. All right. All right, Sam, what you know, talking about mentorship, what is something that you would recommend or encourage for a young person getting into our industry, whether that's, you know, investing or commercial real estate as a, as a profession, you know, even on the institutional side,   Sam (33m 19s): Just take advantage of all the free resources out there, your podcasts. Those is a ton of social media stuff. I'm on YouTube and Instagram and even Tik TOK. Now, like we kind of alluded to, but just take advantage of all the free stuff out there. You can learn so much for free if you're willing to spend a little bit of time and energy on it. So take advantage of the free stuff out there, and then that'll guide you to pay stuff if you want. But also get out and network, go to these meetups, go to meet people, go grab lunch with someone it's so much different commenting on somebody's Instagram or joining a Facebook group and chatting then getting in your car, driving, going to a meetup, meeting, other people that got in their car and drove and went to that meetup.   Those people are so much more valuable to connect with than somebody you just met online. So do the online research, but go meet people, talk to people because those people are the people that you want to know. And you, one connection probably will eventually change your life. You just gotta meet that connection. So go connect with people in person. And if you're young, like you said, man, people like to take you under their wing, especially if you're super young and just wanting to get into it in green, you don't even have to act like, you know what you're talking about. As long as they know that you're green and you don't act like, you know what you're talking about, you'd be shocked at how many people will help you.   Jesse (34m 31s): Yeah. It's almost an advantage if you act like you don't really know what you're talking about, they want to, they want to help you out. So speaking of resources, what's something, a podcast or book that you're reading right now that you could share with listeners.   Sam (34m 44s): Yeah. I just talk on that. I love listening to podcasts and listened into books and kind of getting, I usually get my active information and active knowledge and, you know, from, you know, masterminds or podcasts or YouTube like this, but my overall like mindset stuff comes from more books and things like that. A book that I just read again for the second time that I, I really, really like is a pitch. Anything, if anybody's ever read a pitch, anything's a good one. And then eat that frog,   Jesse (35m 13s): Oren Klaff right. Pitch anything,   Sam (35m 15s): And then eat it just about, you know, conversations and how you can kind of not control the other person, but you can kind of lead the conversation to where you want and lead the relationship to, to, you know, something that's beneficial for everybody. And then also eat that. Frog's a really good, simple one that I kind of liked. It's just about, if you get the, you get the hardest thing over at the beginning of the day and everything else, it's not just like, you're done with the hard thing. It's like, you got momentum, you got the energy from it. And then everything else seems easy. You get, if you wait until the end of the day, do the hard thing, you won't do it. Or you do at the end of the day.   If you do the hard thing at the beginning of the day, you get literally twice as much done. So just suck it up and do it. So that's that's I really liked that book.   Jesse (35m 52s): Yeah. We'll put links to both of those. I've, you know, I can't even, it was probably three, four years ago. I read, eat that frog and I was so confused. Cause a buddy sent it to me and I was like, what is this? I don't get the, you read the book. And you're like, yeah, it makes a lot of sense. No, I mean the, the, the title, when I first saw it, I was like, what am I getting into? But yeah, it's basically getting, getting that, you know, that toughest thing out of your day and then setting yourself up for, you know, for the rest of the day, week a year. That's awesome. We'll put a couple links to those last question. We'd like to ask all of our guests just cause I'm a bit of a petrol head.   First car make and model   Sam (36m 26s): First car make a T at 1993. Stick-shift Toyota Corolla.   Jesse (36m 31s): I like how you say stick, stick, shift. I listened to this econ talk one of my favorite podcasts and they call it a, a millennial security device.   Sam (36m 39s): Yeah. I've heard that too. That that's true. That's true. That a lot of, not a lot of people can, can find those these days.   Jesse (36m 46s): Awesome. We'll say for those that want to reach out, we alluded to it throughout the whole podcast, but working the working, they get to you. What's your handle for Instagram? Tik TOK or YouTube.   Sam (36m 57s): Yeah, they're all. It's all the same. It's same faster freedom. So my name and then faster freedom is my brand. So same fastest freedom on Tik TOK, YouTube, Instagram, check out the stuff. If you like it, shoot me a follower and shoot me a message on Instagram. I, I try to get to as many as I can and I'll usually get to them within a day or two if I don't get them right away. So shoot me a message. If you have any questions, I'd love to help you out.   Jesse (37m 17s): My guest today has been Sam prim Sam, thanks for being part of working capital.   Sam (37m 21s): Thank you. I appreciate being on.   Jesse (37m 30s): Thank you so much for listening to working capital the real estate podcast. I'm your host, Jesse for galley. If you liked the episode, head on to iTunes and leave us a five star review and share on social media, it really helps us out. If you have any questions, feel free to reach out to me on Instagram, Jesse for galley, F R a G a L E, have a good one. Take care.  

Get Loved Up with Koya Webb
Remembering Your Worth with Toni Jones

Get Loved Up with Koya Webb

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 51:12


On this episode of the Get Loved Up podcast, Koya talks to life coach, mental health advocate, and affirmation musician, Toni Jones. Toni talks about being present in the moment, healing, spirituality and takes us with her to the journey that led her to discovering and inventing Affirmation Music. As a proponent of self healing, Toni hopes to touch more lives and help more people be attuned to themselves and their wellbeing, all in hopes of building a  better world for everyone.GUEST BIOToni Jones served for six years as a Life coach and Mental Health advocate for women and youth. Now as an Affirmation Musician, she found creative ways to promote the message of conscious well being through her music. Toni started making music as a tool for her life coaching clients to practice healing on the go. After great response from her first album she decided to make music full time.She has since released five projects so far: Affirmation for the Grown Ass Woman, Affirmations and Chill, I See Me Mantras, and Get Cha Mind Right (the mental health mixtape). Toni's music is healing music, she coined it as Affirmation music. Affirmations set to modern music, which is different from the traditional way of saying Affirmations and mantras that are usually set to relaxing new age music. By creating affirmations to modern music this allows the listeners to ride, be on the go and vibe, just dance to the music while still reciting healing words.Connect with Toni and follow her work through the links below: Website: https://www.iamtonijones.com/Be a member: https://www.wifeyourlife-vip.com/Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/tonijonesInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/iamtonijones/Twitter: https://twitter.com/IamToniJonesIamFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/IAMtonijonesIAMMerch: https://tonijonesmerch.com/HIGHLIGHTS03:11 To be tender is to treat yourself like a newborn06:23 What is self-parenting for adults?11:00 Early childhood and growing up in church13:24 Going back to school and independence 14:48 The birth of Affirmation Music19:39 How to feel what you want to feel21:34 Toni's self-care rituals 26:34 It takes a village to complete your hero's journey31:51 Avoid dwelling in scarcity and tap into abundance 33:25 Toni's thought process for writing affirmation music 44:11 Healing is a journey QUOTES11:21 Toni: "I just remember watching everybody praise God. I just remember this appetite within me. Like what is, what is making people do this? And I always had a curiosity, an insatiable curiosity for the unknown, the unspoken, but, you know, and so as I grew up in church as a teenager, I just remember asking provocative questions because I'm like we are learning about you. We learn about these miracles and things, but it was like, it didn't make me want to be a better Christian." 19:03 Toni:  "I asked myself these three questions, how do I feel? And I give myself the space in time. This is how I feel right now. I'm going to be honest.And then I go into the next question of how do I want to feel? And I go into what is the ideal emotional goal that I would love to embody today. And I jot that down or I spend time in my mind about what's true for me, how I want to feel."28:24 Toni: "Knowing when to say, I need help, I need support is monumental. It's monumental, even in business. Oh I need a team, I need PR, I need a manager. I need this. Let me bring this to the altar, to manifest those alignments and those relationships to make my business, to make my success, to make my finances that much more sustainable and healthy."31:51 Toni: "You know,  you can think on what's not here and go right into the emotional reality of scarcity. But then you can look at what you're saying at the present moment. Focus on what's here, what you can be grateful for and tap into that emotional reality of abundance, you know? And so gratitude is such an important practice because it helps you to get present in the moment in a way that is supportive for your future."38:42 Toni: "I'm going to love you forever. No matter what changes I'm going to treat you just like how oxygen treats you. Oxygen doesn't judge you. It supports you no matter what your habits, no matter what your practice is, no matter what race, no matter how much money, we're gonna treat you like the level of oxygen treats you."Please leave a five-star review for the Get Loved Up Podcast. When you leave that review, please take a screenshot and email me at koya@koyawebb.com, and I've got a little gift for you.Your thoughts light up Koya's soul, and it helps continue to bring on great guests.To hear more about Koya Webb and Get Loved Up episodes, please visit her website at https://koyawebb.com/.

Nurse Educator Tips for Teaching
Some Practices of an Expert Nurse Educator

Nurse Educator Tips for Teaching

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 24:45


Dr. Judith Jarosinski shares the model she uses to guide her teaching practices and offers strategies for new educators to establish a research trajectory.

Guy Kawasaki's Remarkable People
Frederick Joseph: Author, Philanthropist, and Educator

Guy Kawasaki's Remarkable People

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 66:53


Great conversation on Guy Kawasaki's Remarkable People with Frederick Joseph, philanthropist, activist, and New York Times best-selling author. In this episode, you'll see how little Guy knows about current black culture, but at least he knows what he doesn't know. And he's willing to learn. Frederick Joseph created the largest GoFundMe campaign in history called the #BlackPantherChallenge. It raised over $950K, and allowed more than 75,000 children worldwide to see 'Black Panther' for free. Frederick was a national surrogate for the Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders presidential campaigns and was selected for the Forbes Under 30 List in 2019. Fred is the New York Times bestselling author of The Black Friend: On Being a Better White Person, and his new book, PATRIARCHY BLUES: Reflections on Manhood. The Black Friend is fantastic.

Blazing Trails
NYT Bestselling Author & Educator Jessica Lahey Discusses How a Child's Failures Lead to Self-Reliance

Blazing Trails

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 37:44


If you're a parent, you likely want your kid to flourish and succeed. And according to guest today, Jessica Lahey, the best way to do that is to let your kid fail. Jessica is a teacher and New York Times best-selling author of the book, The Gift of Failure: How the Best Parents Learn to Let Go So Their Children Can Succeed. On today's episode she shares how to learn to step back and embrace your child's failures for their future success and resiliency. This episode was published first by B-Well Together, our sister podcast.

THE AUTISM ADHD PODCAST
Your Neurodivergent Child is Watching

THE AUTISM ADHD PODCAST

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 36:46


Join Tracy and I as we keep it real and dive into- Our mistakes Parenting stress Self-care posing Regulation Understanding limits, & Knowing you aren't alone xx, Holly Blanc Moses, The Mom/Psychologist Who Gets It ABOUT HOLLY ABOUT TRACY Get your FREE Social Skills Guide Parents - Get your free Behavior Detective Guide Therapists - Get your free Behavior Detective Guide Educators - Get your free Behavior Detective Guide Parents, Come on over and join the Autism ADHD Facebook Group for Parents Professionals, you are invited to join the Autism ADHD Facebook Group for Therapists and Educators

Liquid Latenites
Studying goes deeper than mere reading.

Liquid Latenites

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 1:24


“Studying goes deeper than mere reading. There are surface nuggets to be gathered but the best of the gold is underneath, and it takes time and labor to secure it.” — Mary McLeod Bethune   Bethune-Cookman University's founder, Mary McLeod Bethune, is one of America's most inspirational daughters. Educator. National civil rights pioneer and activist. Champion of African American women's rights and advancement. Advisor to Presidents of the United States. The first in her family not to be born into slavery, she became one of the most influential women of her generation. Dr. Bethune famously started the Daytona Literary and Industrial Training Institute for Negro Girls on October 3, 1904 with $1.50, vision, an entrepreneurial mindset, resilience and faith in God. She created “pencils” from charred wood, ink from elderberries, and mattresses from moss-stuffed corn sacks. Her first students were five little girls and her five-year-old son, Albert Jr. In less than two years, the school grew to 250 students. Recognizing the health disparities and lack of medical treatment available to African Americans in Daytona Beach, she also founded the Mary McLeod Hospital and Training School for Nurses, which at the time was the only school of its kind that served African American women on the east coast.

Notes from the Backpack
Improving Student Wellness

Notes from the Backpack

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 25:26


Our nation is facing an adolescent mental health crisis. Teens are struggling in the classroom and at home. Our guest, Instructional Support Specialist and Social Emotional Learning Lead, Leona Fowler, shares her experiences navigating these challenges and what approaches can equip our kids with the coping skills they need. She discusses how mindfulness and other social emotional learning techniques can improve student wellness at school and at home. Resources: Explore Educators for Excellence's new report, https://e4e.org/news/survey-americas-educators/voices-classroom-2022-survey-americas-educators (Voices from the Classroom 2022: A Survey of America's Educators), for additional insights on student wellness from educators Visit https://www.pta.org/home/programs/Healthy-Lifestyles/mental-health (PTA.org/HealthyMinds) to explore more resources related to student mental health and social emotional wellness Discover virtual learning materials brought to you by Phi Delta Kappa at the https://www.nspdkacademy.org/ (NSPDK E-Learning Academy) Follow Leona Fowler on social media at https://twitter.com/mizbosslady82 (@MizBossLady82 )

Encyclopedia Womannica
Prodigies: Martha Argerich

Encyclopedia Womannica

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 5:25


Martha Argerich (1941-present) is considered perhaps the greatest living pianist. She embodies rebellion both on and off stage.History classes can get a bad rap, and sometimes for good reason. When we were students, we couldn't help wondering... where were all the ladies at? Why were so many incredible stories missing from the typical curriculum? Enter, Womanica. On this Wonder Media Network podcast we explore the lives of inspiring women in history you may not know about, but definitely should.Every weekday, listeners explore the trials, tragedies, and triumphs of groundbreaking women throughout history who have dramatically shaped the world around us. In each 5 minute episode, we'll dive into the story behind one woman listeners may or may not know–but definitely should. These diverse women from across space and time are grouped into easily accessible and engaging monthly themes like Educators, Villains, Indigenous Storytellers, Activists, and many more.  Womanica is hosted by WMN co-founder and award-winning journalist Jenny Kaplan. The bite-sized episodes pack painstakingly researched content into fun, entertaining, and addictive daily adventures. Womanica was created by Liz Kaplan and Jenny Kaplan, executive produced by Jenny Kaplan, and produced by Liz Smith, Grace Lynch, Maddy Foley, Brittany Martinez, Edie Allard, Lindsey Kratochwill, Adesuwa Agbonile, Carmen Borca-Carrillo, Taylor Williamson, Ale Tejeda, Sara Schleede, and Alex Jhamb Burns. Special thanks to Shira Atkins.Original theme music composed by Miles Moran.We are offering free ad space on Wonder Media Network shows to organizations working towards social justice. For more information, please email Jenny at pod@wondermedianetwork.com.Follow Wonder Media Network:WebsiteInstagramTwitterTo take the Womanica listener survey, please visit: https://wondermedianetwork.com/survey 

Podcasting for Educators
35. My Favorite Ways to Use Podcast Transcripts

Podcasting for Educators

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 13:44


Using podcast transcripts makes your content more accessible, saves you time, and creates easy ways to repurpose your podcast episodes. I'm sharing my favorite ways to use podcast transcripts in this episode! Learn more about The Podcasting for Educators Prep-School: https://podcastingforeducators.com/prep-school Head to the show notes: https://podcastingforeducators.com/episode35 Gain access to my private podcast, Guesting for Educators: https://podcastingforeducators.com/privatepodcast PS: Has this podcast been helpful for you? Screenshot this episode, add it to IG, and tag me @podcastingforeducators.This helps spread the word of this podcast to other educators!

Tech Talk For Teachers
Sparking Collective Educator Agency: Reigniting Hope Through Professional Learning

Tech Talk For Teachers

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 38:04


“Educators really are hope dealers. We deal in hope, and that's what our students rely on us for. It has to start with ourselves.” These words from our guest, Jenn Nagle—Communications Manager at AVID Center—reverberate throughout our conversation about professional learning. During this episode, we explore how we can reignite hope for educators and students by empowering teachers through well-designed, collaborative professional learning. We discuss various in-person and virtual models that can be implemented as well as the need for teachers to work collectively toward mastering specifically identified strategies. Visit AVID Open Access to learn more.

Crosstalk America
Warning! WHO Pandemic Treaty Places U.S. Sovereignty at Risk

Crosstalk America

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 53:00


The Biden administration is advancing a plan to surrender our national sovereignty to the U.N World Health Organization -WHO-. This plan would allow the WHO to acquire unprecedented power, enabling them to declare a so-called health emergency in any nation, including the U.S., and give them control over the food supply, agriculture, aviation, the environment and more.--Bringing you the details was Alex Newman. He's an award-winning international freelance journalist, author, researcher, educator and consultant. He is senior editor for The New American and contributes to other publications as well. He is author of Crimes of the Educators and Deep State- The Invisible Government Behind the Scenes. He is founder of Liberty Sentinel.--According to Alex, the World Health Organization was one of those multilateral institutions born in the aftermath of WWII. Nearly every nation-state is a member and it operates much like the other U.N. agencies. It has its own constitution that purports to delegate great powers to itself. These powers haven't been used in a blatant way, at least not against the U.S. and Western nations, but it is very influential. For example, when you look at COVID, the fact that many nations of the world were able to implement the exact same policies all at the same time, it was because it was coordinated through the WHO.--Alex went on to describe how the Biden administration's Department of Health and Human Services have proposed to the director general of the WHO a series of 13 amendments.

Songwriting For Guitar Podcast
Ep. 61: Seth Mosley

Songwriting For Guitar Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 43:29


You've set out to become one thing in music, but it's transforming into something different. Sound familiar? Seth Mosley knows all about that being a Grammy-Winning Producer, Songwriter, Podcast Host, Publisher and Educator at Full Circle Music Academy... And he has some thoughts on how to get the most out of that transformation. What's it take to become a songwriter? How many van breakdowns does it take? How many songs do you have to write to become a better songwriter?  Coming from similar mindsets and roles as producers and songwriters, Mike and Seth sit down for a friendly conversation packed with tips to navigate the industry, songwriting ethos, and insights into making the most out of a co-writing session.

LA Opera Podcasts: Behind the Curtain
Scenes from the Orchestra: Aida with James Conlon

LA Opera Podcasts: Behind the Curtain

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 46:26


In this podcast, Richard Seaver Music Director and conductor James Conlon shares his insight into the contexts and history of Aida, one of Verdi's great works. This recording was created as part of LA Opera Connects' professional development series for teachers, Opera for Educators. See LA Opera's Aida at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion between May 21 and June 12, 2022. Tickets are available now at LAOpera.org

Crosstalk America from VCY America
Warning! WHO Pandemic Treaty Places U.S. Sovereignty at Risk

Crosstalk America from VCY America

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 53:00


The Biden administration is advancing a plan to surrender our national sovereignty to the U.N World Health Organization -WHO-. This plan would allow the WHO to acquire unprecedented power, enabling them to declare a so-called health emergency in any nation, including the U.S., and give them control over the food supply, agriculture, aviation, the environment and more.--Bringing you the details was Alex Newman. He's an award-winning international freelance journalist, author, researcher, educator and consultant. He is senior editor for The New American and contributes to other publications as well. He is author of Crimes of the Educators and Deep State- The Invisible Government Behind the Scenes. He is founder of Liberty Sentinel.--According to Alex, the World Health Organization was one of those multilateral institutions born in the aftermath of WWII. Nearly every nation-state is a member and it operates much like the other U.N. agencies. It has its own constitution that purports to delegate great powers to itself. These powers haven't been used in a blatant way, at least not against the U.S. and Western nations, but it is very influential. For example, when you look at COVID, the fact that many nations of the world were able to implement the exact same policies all at the same time, it was because it was coordinated through the WHO.--Alex went on to describe how the Biden administration's Department of Health and Human Services have proposed to the director general of the WHO a series of 13 amendments.

Charlotte Mason Poetry
Pestalozzi: The First Modern Educator

Charlotte Mason Poetry

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 21:06


Editor's Note: When Charlotte Mason famously wrote in Home Education that “Mothers owe ‘a thinking love' to their Children,”[1] she was quoting Johann Heinrich Pestalozzi. Mason was very familiar with Pestalozzi's work: at age 18 she had studied at the Home and Colonial Society, a school dedicated to training teachers to follow the Pestalozzian method.[2] … The post Pestalozzi: The First Modern Educator first appeared on Charlotte Mason Poetry.

Encyclopedia Womannica
Prodigies: Hannie Schaft

Encyclopedia Womannica

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 7:34


Hannie Schaft (1920-1945) was an iconic fighter for the Dutch resistance during World War II. Known as the notorious “girl with the red hair,” she spied on the Nazis and executed Dutch collaborators.History classes can get a bad rap, and sometimes for good reason. When we were students, we couldn't help wondering... where were all the ladies at? Why were so many incredible stories missing from the typical curriculum? Enter, Womanica. On this Wonder Media Network podcast we explore the lives of inspiring women in history you may not know about, but definitely should.Every weekday, listeners explore the trials, tragedies, and triumphs of groundbreaking women throughout history who have dramatically shaped the world around us. In each 5 minute episode, we'll dive into the story behind one woman listeners may or may not know–but definitely should. These diverse women from across space and time are grouped into easily accessible and engaging monthly themes like Educators, Villains, Indigenous Storytellers, Activists, and many more.  Womanica is hosted by WMN co-founder and award-winning journalist Jenny Kaplan. The bite-sized episodes pack painstakingly researched content into fun, entertaining, and addictive daily adventures. Womanica was created by Liz Kaplan and Jenny Kaplan, executive produced by Jenny Kaplan, and produced by Liz Smith, Grace Lynch, Maddy Foley, Brittany Martinez, Edie Allard, Lindsey Kratochwill, Adesuwa Agbonile, Carmen Borca-Carrillo, Taylor Williamson, Ale Tejeda, Sara Schleede, and Alex Jhamb Burns. Special thanks to Shira Atkins.Original theme music composed by Miles Moran.We are offering free ad space on Wonder Media Network shows to organizations working towards social justice. For more information, please email Jenny at pod@wondermedianetwork.com.Follow Wonder Media Network:WebsiteInstagramTwitterTo take the Womanica listener survey, please visit: https://wondermedianetwork.com/survey 

The Bobby Bones Show
Spreading Love Through Math

The Bobby Bones Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 20:31


Educator and software engineer Thierry Mugabo Uwilingiyamana knows what the stakes are when education isn't allowed to flourish – so he's dedicated his life to spreading knowledge and giving kids the tools they need to love learning. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

HealthcareNOW Radio - Insights and Discussion on Healthcare, Healthcare Information Technology and More

Malinda Elammari and Kevin Anderson continue their discussion on common peel pouch problems that are found in SPD departments. Find all of our network podcasts on your favorite podcast platforms and be sure to subscribe and like us. Learn more at www.healthcarenowradio.com/listen/

Overthrowing Education
Beyond STEAM: Blending All Subjects for Better Learning

Overthrowing Education

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 48:05


My special guest is an educational tech expert, IT superstar and STEAM teacher, Yossie Frankel (and he's also my husband!). I finally get to record a conversation about one of the most important changes we should make in education: Cross-curricular subject blending. Yossie and I chat about why it's so important and how to do it seamlessly (including PBL).  And find out about what Yossie calls, “The Westly Crusher Effect”, my new acronym for all subject blending, and how Yossie's augmented reality prediction is similar to a Korean Drama plot. Then we play the 5-Minute Game Show that combines fake educational products, puns and famous 80's movies. Lastly, we make a special announcement – The Fauxsy Awards- a tribute to Overthrowing Education's commercial parodies will be held in August. Listen for more details on how to vote. My special thanks to Yossie for this episode and all the wonderful ways he makes my life better (It's our 18th wedding anniversary this week!). Links and resources: PBL Works Catlin Tucker, Blended Learning expert Looking to learn more about how to incorporate and integrate cross-curricular learning, great tech tools and/or PBL with customized workshops, courses, or coaching? NewLensEd. Overthrowing Education swag

BlackWomxnHealingPod
S2: EP 14 Ask & Accept that help Mama ft. Jamare Harris (Educator & Author)

BlackWomxnHealingPod

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 52:55


Jamare Harris(Educator & Author) joins us this week as we continue discussing Motherhood during the Month of May. Highlight(s) includes asking and accepting support from your tribe:) You can find more about Jamare at her social media handle @blackgirlmeetsplants_ Take a listen and share with others! BWH healing workbook can be found at: amzn.to/3kpZZF1 Looking for an editor, graphic designer, or any other freelancer check out Fiverr Link: fvrr.co/3xIpVA1 Buy "Healing on the Daily" Glass Mugs: www.bwhpodcast.com/product-page/he…f8-799ecc7033cb Check out BWH website at: www.bwhpodcast.com If you are interested in being a guest, please find form here: linktr.ee/bwh_pod

Thrive After Sports w/ Taj Dashaun
182. Anna Symonds | Plant Medicine Advocate & Educator

Thrive After Sports w/ Taj Dashaun

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 40:13


Anna Symonds is a plant medicine advocate and educator, who recently retired from her professional rugby career of 20 years! Follow Anna on Instagram @exitdrug and on LinkedIn here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/annasymonds/ Thanks for tuning in! Watch this full interview with Anna on YouTube here: https://youtu.be/z3v0lSu3MhM Connect with me at https://www.tajdashaun.com/ Order my new book here! http://www.thriveaftersportsbook.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/tajdashaun/ Instagram: @tajdashaun YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdQgi_hDXaP5-6OtX_Nyf4A #NCAA #life #career #entrepreneurship #transformation #passion #mindfulness #purpose #sports #football #basketball #business #coaching #transition #lifeaftersports #thriveaftersports #student #athlete #mentalhealth #adapt #identity #formerathlete

The Burned-In Teacher Podcast
Flashback to Episode 45: Understand Your Teacher Brand

The Burned-In Teacher Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 39:25


I understand that when you are in a state of burnout, positivity, and gratitude can be difficult to come by; so in this episode, I remind you about the huge impact of your mindset and the vocabulary you use.  The vocabulary you use impacts the way you think, and behave and also determines your future.  If you are thinking to yourself that you need to re-brand yourself, then listen to this episode to find out how. Ready to take your next best step out of burnout? Sign up for my FREE Masterclass - How to Heal Through Your Burnout. Go to www.burnedinteacher.com/workshop to register!

Called to Both
12: How I Pivoted My Business from Photographer to Educator and 5 Lessons I Learned by Pivoting

Called to Both

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 28:09


As we grow within our businesses, we may see a pivot in clients, services, or even industry! I certainly did when I pivoted from being a photographer to being an educator! In today's episode, I'm sharing 5 lessons I learned by pivoting in my business, plus join me as I highlight my entrepreneurship journey! Called to Both is brought to you by Joy Michelle, mom of two and multi-passionate entrepreneur who's on a mission to help others find balance between the worlds of motherhood and business. Called to Both is the podcast for women who have big business ambitions and also want to be intentional and present moms. At Called to Both, we truly don't believe you have to choose between these two worlds tugging at your heart You can be Called to Both. You can stay up to date with the Called to Both Podcast by subscribing on Apple Podcast App, Spotify, or your favorite podcast player! You can review show notes and transcript at joymichelle.co/12 Mentioned in this Episode: My First Youtube Video Photoboss Facebook Group Called to Both Facebook Group

Encyclopedia Womannica
Prodigies: Hazel Scott

Encyclopedia Womannica

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 8:51


Hazel Scott (1920-1981) was a musical genius who advocated for equal rights in the entertainment industry. She dazzled audiences with her jazz renditions of the likes of Chopin and Bach while bucking racial stereotypes and constraints to become one of the first Black women to host her own television show.History classes can get a bad rap, and sometimes for good reason. When we were students, we couldn't help wondering... where were all the ladies at? Why were so many incredible stories missing from the typical curriculum? Enter, Womanica. On this Wonder Media Network podcast we explore the lives of inspiring women in history you may not know about, but definitely should.Every weekday, listeners explore the trials, tragedies, and triumphs of groundbreaking women throughout history who have dramatically shaped the world around us. In each 5 minute episode, we'll dive into the story behind one woman listeners may or may not know–but definitely should. These diverse women from across space and time are grouped into easily accessible and engaging monthly themes like Educators, Villains, Indigenous Storytellers, Activists, and many more.  Womanica is hosted by WMN co-founder and award-winning journalist Jenny Kaplan. The bite-sized episodes pack painstakingly researched content into fun, entertaining, and addictive daily adventures. Womanica was created by Liz Kaplan and Jenny Kaplan, executive produced by Jenny Kaplan, and produced by Liz Smith, Grace Lynch, Maddy Foley, Brittany Martinez, Edie Allard, Lindsey Kratochwill, Adesuwa Agbonile, Carmen Borca-Carrillo, Taylor Williamson, Ale Tejeda, Sara Schleede, and Alex Jhamb Burns. Special thanks to Shira Atkins.Original theme music composed by Miles Moran.We are offering free ad space on Wonder Media Network shows to organizations working towards social justice. For more information, please email Jenny at pod@wondermedianetwork.com.Follow Wonder Media Network:WebsiteInstagramTwitterTo take the Womanica listener survey, please visit: https://wondermedianetwork.com/survey 

Backstage with JamieKBates
Educator Appreciation Episode, Sara Gill & Niki Maruca

Backstage with JamieKBates

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 69:18


Teachers should always be celebrated and that is what this episode is all about! This week Jamie brings you her son's teacher, Niki Maruca, and Dallas ISD Secondary Teacher of the Year, Sara Gill. They give Jamie a Backstage glimpse into being a teacher, why they chose education, what motivates them and how parents can best support teachers. Their love for and commitment to their students shines bright in this episode and if you don't appreciate educators - you will after this! Enjoy the insight, stories and laughter shared here between Jamie, Ms. Maruca, and Ms. Gillssss!

Yes But Why Podcast
YBY ep 315: David “BS” Bradshaw on his passion for empowering creative people

Yes But Why Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 81:05


This week on Yes But Why, I interviewed emcee/beatboxer, David “BS” Bradshaw about his love for performing freestyle rap and teaching workshops. David "BS" Bradshaw has been emceeing and beatboxing in NYC for the past decade. His primary focus the last five years has been refining his craft as an artist- educator and programming specialist.He has toured regionally, performed at the Apollo, been featured on BET's 106&Park, and The Today Show. He's collaborated on hip-hop based team-building and professional development seminars with entities like Facebook, Nikon, Toyota, the Museum of Street Art, BMW Foundation, Carnegie Hall, and Lavelle School for the Blind.BS is a BEAT Global T3 certified instructor with background as a Spanish Dual Language teacher. He currently facilitates workshops for learners of all ages and abilities in freestyle rhyming, songwriting, and beatboxing, including incarcerated youth and special needs populations. You can find BS teaching at Freestyle Love Supreme's Rap Academy, his own Freestyle Fitness and Beatbox Express workshops, or at a place of warm gathering in your community.This was such a lovely conversation with BS. He is such a joyful person. We talked about becoming creative out of defiance. BS shared moments in his life when he was forced to face his individualism and when he decided to embrace it rather than give in to the bullies. David “BS” Bradshaw is an artist that has the kind of charm and determination that will keep him afloat through this creative life. He told me his mother's mantra, “You win some, you learn some.” And I couldn't agree more! Having a good attitude through tough times can make all the difference. BS told me of his recent development as an artist. He had been active in the performing all the time / producing albums lifestyle before the pandemic. But when major changes disrupted this path, BS pivoted and used his skills to develop online classes spreading the joy of freestyle rap to the world. He spoke of his workshop attendees as his friends, his community. BS is building a strong, supportive community with Freestyle Fitness!Support David “BS” Bradshaw by listening to his music or by taking a workshop with him! Join the party at: trustBS.com/classes Yes But Why Podcast is a proud member of the HC Universal Network family of podcasts. Visit us at HCUniversalNetwork.com to join in on the fun. #YesButWhy #Podcast #HCUniversalNetworkThis episode of Yes But Why podcast is sponsored by audible - get your FREE audiobook download and your 30 day free trial at http://www.audibletrial.com/YESBUTWHY. This episode of Yes But Why is also sponsored by PodcastCadet.com. Go to PodcastCadet.com to connect with us so we can help you with your podcast! Save money by putting in offer code YBY20 to get 20% off the first service or workshop you buy!(production notes: recorded zoom meeting via Rodecaster on 4/27/2022; posted on 5/16/2022)

HealthcareNOW Radio - Insights and Discussion on Healthcare, Healthcare Information Technology and More
The Handoff: How one educator is creating the nurse leaders of tomorrow

HealthcareNOW Radio - Insights and Discussion on Healthcare, Healthcare Information Technology and More

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 28:59


Host Dr. Nurse Dan Weberg's guest for this episode is Sandra Davidson, Dean, Professor and Deputy Provost of the Faculty of Nursing at University of Calgary. Sandra is a long-time educator and shares my passion for bringing innovation and disruption to nursing leadership. She's currently developing a new doctoral program for the University of Calgary that will offer an applied degree aimed at educating and growing the healthcare leaders of the future. Davidson talks about how she and her colleagues are taking the learnings of the pandemic and using them to make nursing education better, more flexible and more student-centric. Sandra shares why she thinks that a relational approach to leadership makes sense, and her advice to frontline nurses who are interested in pursuing leadership roles. Find all of our network podcasts on your favorite podcast platforms and be sure to subscribe and like us. Learn more at www.healthcarenowradio.com/listen/

thatippingpoint
Men Thinking Out Loud ft. Rashaad Harper

thatippingpoint

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 64:00


For the second week in a row, the fellas welcome another guest to the studio. We encourage you to take a listen and get to know our guy Rashaad Harper: Husband, Father, Educator, and Host of the "Daddy's Thinking Out Loud" podcast. During this thought-provoking interview, the fellas discuss the why behind Rashaad's impactful podcast along with the state of the Black Father in America today. If you or someone you know is striving to be a better Father, or you are already a great Father, PRESS PLAY NOW! So many gems in this recording, and we believe that you will be blessed by Rashaad's charisma and his sense of humor. Yall know the drill: Share this with at least one person you know, and don't forget to check us out on our emerging YouTube channel.

The Teacher's Pep Rally Podcast
S4 E63: Education and Innovation in Programs for Culinary & Pastry Arts

The Teacher's Pep Rally Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 61:57


You don't want to listen to this episode hungry. Join our conversation with educators, chefs, and leaders in the culinary and pastry arts. Kirk Bachmann is the president of the Boulder campus of Auguste Escoffier School of Culinary Arts and Albert Schmid is a chef instructor for their online programs. Our guests tell us that no matter what industry we are in, we must like the people we serve. We talk about the innovative ways Escoffier supports their students using customer service, relationship building, creativity, and storytelling.  Let's talk about life and learning! Please leave a review and visit us at www.teacherpeprally.com  

Yo Quiero Dinero: A Personal Finance Podcast For the Modern Latina
How to Stop Allowing Your Fear to Hold You Back

Yo Quiero Dinero: A Personal Finance Podcast For the Modern Latina

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 30:50


In episode 147, Yo Quiero Dinero® creator and host Jannese Torres-Rodriguez replays an IG live about how to stop allowing your fear hold you back and answers some questions from listeners. Listen now!YQD® Founder Jannese Torres-Rodriguez is a nationally-acclaimed, award-winning Latina Money Expert, Educator, Speaker, Writer and Business Coach.She became an accidental entrepreneur after a job loss led her to create a successful Latin food blog, Delish D'Lites®. Now, she helps her clients and listeners build successful online businesses that allow them to pursue financial independence and freedom.Jannese is on a mission to educate marginalized communities on topics like entrepreneurship, investing, and building generational wealth through her personal finance podcast, "Yo Quiero Dinero®". The podcast has been featured on BuzzFeed, Telemundo, Business Insider, Yahoo Finance, NextAdvisor (Time), Grow Magazine (CNBC), & more.For full episode show notes, click here.Loving this episode? Leave us a review if you're listening on Apple podcasts and be sure to follow us on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter and YouTube!Until next time, stay empowered, stay inspired & #staypoderosa ✨

Encyclopedia Womannica
Prodigies: Clara Lemlich

Encyclopedia Womannica

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 7:11


Clara Lemlich (1886-1982) organized and empowered women from the working class to housewives, becoming the voice that incited the famous Uprising of the Twenty Thousand in 1909.History classes can get a bad rap, and sometimes for good reason. When we were students, we couldn't help wondering... where were all the ladies at? Why were so many incredible stories missing from the typical curriculum? Enter, Womanica. On this Wonder Media Network podcast we explore the lives of inspiring women in history you may not know about, but definitely should.Every weekday, listeners explore the trials, tragedies, and triumphs of groundbreaking women throughout history who have dramatically shaped the world around us. In each 5 minute episode, we'll dive into the story behind one woman listeners may or may not know–but definitely should. These diverse women from across space and time are grouped into easily accessible and engaging monthly themes like Educators, Villains, Indigenous Storytellers, Activists, and many more.  Womanica is hosted by WMN co-founder and award-winning journalist Jenny Kaplan. The bite-sized episodes pack painstakingly researched content into fun, entertaining, and addictive daily adventures. Womanica was created by Liz Kaplan and Jenny Kaplan, executive produced by Jenny Kaplan, and produced by Liz Smith, Grace Lynch, Maddy Foley, Brittany Martinez, Edie Allard, Lindsey Kratochwill, Adesuwa Agbonile, Carmen Borca-Carrillo, Taylor Williamson, Ale Tejeda, Sara Schleede, and Alex Jhamb Burns. Special thanks to Shira Atkins.Original theme music composed by Miles Moran.We are offering free ad space on Wonder Media Network shows to organizations working towards social justice. For more information, please email Jenny at pod@wondermedianetwork.com.Follow Wonder Media Network:WebsiteInstagramTwitterTo take the Womanica listener survey, please visit: https://wondermedianetwork.com/survey 

Melissa and Lori Love Literacy
Ep. 107: Where Do Secondary Educators Start with Struggling Students?

Melissa and Lori Love Literacy

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 55:12


The authors of Thinking Reading: What Every Secondary Teacher Needs to Know About Reading, James and Dianne Murphy, join Melissa and Lori to discuss secondary struggling readers. Where do secondary educators start with struggling students? Put simply, there are two parts to intervention: learning and practice (for automaticity). Keeping those in mind, target what students need to know, explicitly teach and practice, and keep it manageable and motivating. Related Episodes: Ep. 90: Improving Reading for Older Students with David Liben Part 1Ep. 91: Improving Reading for Older Students with David Liben Part 2 Resources Thinking Reading: What Every Secondary Teacher Needs to Know About Reading by James and Dianne MurphyConnect with us!Facebook and join our Facebook Group Twitter Instagram Visit our website and subscribe to our newsletter. Helping teachers learn about science of reading, knowledge building, and high quality curriculum.

Elite Man Podcast
How To Use Use Your Greatest Obstacles In Life To Proper You Into Achieving Your Wildest Dreams – Chris Duffin (Ep. 362)

Elite Man Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 73:25


Chris Duffin, Author, Educator, Engineer, and the only man to ever squat and deadlift 1000lbs for reps, joins our show in this special episode of the Elite Man Podcast! In today's episode Chris talks about how he faced incredible adversity as a child and overcame homelessness, abuse, and trauma while helping to raise his younger siblings. He talks about how this shaped his mental toughness and inspired him to push his life in areas most others can't. If you're wondering how to use your obstacles and adversities in life as a tool for remarkable success, check this episode out now! *Download this episode now and subscribe to our channel to get more of these amazing interviews! In our episode we go over: • The significance of the eagle and the dragon • Getting past your own limits in life • Being homeless for many years as a child • Making sure you don't get weak in life, both physically and mentally • The problems with sharing your goals with the world • Whether Chris knew he was going to be great at powerlifting • Squatting 1000 lbs and deadlifting 1000 lbs for reps • The incredible sensation of squatting 1000 lbs and what this feels like • Mentally preparing for having half a ton on top of you • What Chris did differently than other powerlifters • How he used his brain to compensate for his smaller size compared to other giants • The importance of proper breathing • The science behind what happens when we do breathe the right way • Why almost all shoes are bad for your feet • How to strengthen your legs and feet and improve your health by not using ordinary shoes Check out Chris on: Website: christopherduffin.com Book: amazon.com/Eagle-Dragon-Story Instagram: instagram.com/mad_scientist_duffin Sponsors: * Follow Justin on Instagram now for daily content not found anywhere else! *Check out Justin's new book ELITE MIND at EliteMindBook.com. *Join our email list at EliteManMagazine.com/newsletter now!

Smart Social Podcast: Learn how to shine online with Josh Ochs
Tips From a 15-Year Old About Roblox, YouTube, Instagram, Spotify, & Screen Time

Smart Social Podcast: Learn how to shine online with Josh Ochs

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 23:26


View these resources at SmartSocial.com: Roblox Guide for Parents: https://smartsocial.com/post/roblox Navigating YouTube: A Course for Parents, Students, & Educators: https://smartsocial.com/post/youtubeScreen time tips: https://smartsocial.com/post/limit-screen-time  Learn from Smart Social's resources: Join our free newsletter for parents and educators: https://smartsocial.com/newsletter/Register for a free online Parent Night to learn the hidden safety features on popular apps: https://smartsocial.com/social-media-webinar/Become a Smart Social VIP (Very Informed Parents) Member and unlock 30+ workshops (learn online safety and how to Shine Online™): https://learn.smartsocial.com/Download the free Smart Social app: https://smartsocial.com/appLearn the top 100 popular teen apps: https://smartsocial.com/app-guide-parents-teachers/View the top parental control software: https://smartsocial.com/parental-control-software/Learn the latest Teen Slang, Emojis & Hashtags: https://smartsocial.com/teen-slang-emojis-hashtags-list/Get ideas for offline activities for your students: https://smartsocial.com/offline-activities-reduce-screentime/Get Educational Online Activity ideas for your students: https://smartsocial.com/online-activities2022 Ultimate Guide To Child Sex Trafficking, Human Trafficking, Sextortion, & Online EnticementSubscribe to our podcast on:Apple Podcasts: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/id1269872857Google Podcasts: https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9mZWVkcy5zaW1wbGVjYXN0LmNvbS9QNHA5SFZqYQ  Spotify Podcast: https://open.spotify.com/show/7qARbijEjiTHlttMaa2sZd?si=7AUFWl6PSQmBsq8DEjDghwYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/SafeSmartSocial/videos

Encyclopedia Womannica
Prodigies: Anne Frank

Encyclopedia Womannica

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 7:19


Anne Frank (1929-1945) was a woman whose diary revealed the atrocities of World War II.History classes can get a bad rap, and sometimes for good reason. When we were students, we couldn't help wondering... where were all the ladies at? Why were so many incredible stories missing from the typical curriculum? Enter, Womanica. On this Wonder Media Network podcast we explore the lives of inspiring women in history you may not know about, but definitely should.Every weekday, listeners explore the trials, tragedies, and triumphs of groundbreaking women throughout history who have dramatically shaped the world around us. In each 5 minute episode, we'll dive into the story behind one woman listeners may or may not know–but definitely should. These diverse women from across space and time are grouped into easily accessible and engaging monthly themes like Educators, Villains, Indigenous Storytellers, Activists, and many more.  Womanica is hosted by WMN co-founder and award-winning journalist Jenny Kaplan. The bite-sized episodes pack painstakingly researched content into fun, entertaining, and addictive daily adventures. Womanica was created by Liz Kaplan and Jenny Kaplan, executive produced by Jenny Kaplan, and produced by Liz Smith, Grace Lynch, Maddy Foley, Brittany Martinez, Edie Allard, Lindsey Kratochwill, Adesuwa Agbonile, Carmen Borca-Carrillo, Taylor Williamson, and Ale Tejeda. Special thanks to Shira Atkins.Original theme music composed by Miles Moran.We are offering free ad space on Wonder Media Network shows to organizations working towards social justice. For more information, please email Jenny at pod@wondermedianetwork.com.Follow Wonder Media Network:WebsiteInstagramTwitterTo take the Womanica listener survey, please visit: https://wondermedianetwork.com/survey