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In the last hour of (Almost) Entirely Sports, Joshua Brisco, Rudy Salazar and Beards McFly are joined by Harold Kuntz of Fox4 to talk about Chiefs training camp including the injuries sustained over the last few days and which injury worries him most. Plus we find out his favorite cereal and cookie. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In the third hour of (Almost) Entirely Sports, Joshua Brisco, Rudy Salazar and Beards McFly are joined by Harold Kuntz of Fox4 to talk about the COVID memo the NFL sent out today regarding players getting vaccinated and the potential of more conference realignment with OU and Texas possibly leaving for the SEC. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Our “C” word for this week is COACH. In the “C” You In The Major Leagues vernacular, a COACH understands the game, so to speak, is an independent thinker, a good self evaluator, and offers enthusiasm. This week's guest certainly fits that. Shoot, anyone who does a good job in public relations, helps personify that definition of COACH.If you're a Kansas Citian, you likely recognize the name Toby Cook. He spent more than 14 years with the Kansas City Royals as the Vice President of Publicity. Before that, he was an anchor for eight years on Fox4 in Kansas City. A few months ago he had a job pivot -- in his early 50s -- and since April he has been the Director of Public Relations for the University of Kansas Health System.In all of those jobs Toby Cook has embodied the word COACH. On this week's episode, Toby talks about changing careers in his mid-30s and changing jobs in his early 50s, he offers advice for those looking for a job, shares his favorite Royals memory and, of course, takes a swing at our Pregame Batting Practice.LINKS:For more information about the C-10 Mentoring & Leadership program for high school students, visit our website.To make a financial gift to give students life-changing one-on-one mentoring, visit our secure donation page.For all episodes of the C-10 podcast and ways you can listen, click here.If you'd like to make a comment, have a suggestion for a future guest, or your company would like to help underwrite this podcast, please visit our contact page.
In the second hour of (Almost) Entirely Sports, Joshua Brisco and Rudy Salazar are joined by Robert Rimpson of Fox4 to talk about the Chiefs draft over the weekend, who he thinks could make a surprise impact and how much he hates mint flavored food. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In the third hour of (Almost) Entirely Sports, Joshua Brisco and Rudy Salazar are joined by Harold Kuntz of Fox4 to talk about Chiefs pressers today and what we learned about Patrick Mahomes' status for the week and preview the Bills. Plus Beards McFly gives us another edition of Sad Fans on Reddit: Browns Edition. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
During the early morning of August 13, 2016, youngsters Jayden Ugwuh, 9, and Montell Ross, were playing video games and hanging out. The boys were cousins and best friends. Unknown to them, two men had approached the house and began firing. The house was riddled with gunfire. It’s believed that over 20 shots were fired. At the time of the shooting, there were several other children at the house. This included both Jayden and Montell's siblings. Montell was one of the first victims shot. Young Jayden fled the room to safety. But once he realized he didn’t see Montell, he rushed to get his cousin to safety. Jayden ran back into the line of fire to save his cousin. He was shot immediately. He managed to crawl into the arms of his older brother Jason before dying. Try to imagine what it would be like to be Jayden’s teenage brother. He has had to live with the memory of his little brother dying in his arms. It’s not something I want to even think about. Four long years have passed since the death of these young boys. Their families miss them dearly. Aisha told me some of the surviving kids have been affected forever. For instance, some of them are fearful to be near windows. And they all live in fear because the killers are still roaming the streets. So far, the police have said no one is talking. There are people who know what happened, but they aren’t talking. Do you know who murdered these young cousins? If you have any information relevant to this case, please call in your tips at 816-474-TIPS. You can remain anonymous. For more information about this story, you can visit the Montell and Jayden's Movement 4 Justice Facebook page. Video courtesy of Fox4 news in Kansas City Missouri (https://fox4kc.com)Please also visit my website for more information about my true crime and paranormal newspaper columns at www.themarcabe.com. You can also help support my podcast by making a Paypal donation to email@example.com at https://bit.ly/39iw6iz. If you would like to contact me about this podcast, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Kathy Nelson is perhaps the most influential person in the overall landscape of sports in Kansas City. Kathy spent several years in the media with Fox4 and Time Warner Cable/Metro Sports, before joining the Kansas City Sports Commission in August of 2010 as the Director of Win for KC. She became the Sports Commission's President/CEO in November of 2011. Kathy's involved with countless boards throughout the city and has won numerous awards locally and nationally, from Emmys to the Dancing with the Kansas City Stars grand champion. The list goes on and on.Besides hearing from Kathy, longtime Fox4 sports anchor and C-10 mentor Al Wallace joins us as co-host, along with one of our C-10 students, Carmen. Helpful links:The Kansas City Sports Commission: https://www.sportkc.org/We mention a CYITML/C-10 fundraising team for the KC Marathon (and other distances). If you're interested in that, send us a note: https://cyouinthemajorleagues.org/contact/More about C-10 Mentoring & Leadership...https://cyouinthemajorleagues.org/mentoring/To donate to C-10 and/or CYITML...https://cyouinthemajorleagues.org/donate/To send us your comments or questions...https://cyouinthemajorleagues.org/contact/
In this episode of Ask the Experts, FOX4 speaks with Dr. Sabato Sisillo, the chief medical officer at Providence Medical Center, about scheduling elective surgeries against the backdrop of the COVID-19 pandemic. Is it safe? Do I need to be tested beforehand? Can family join me at the hospital for the procedure? We dive into these issues and more with Dr. Sisillo.
to celebrate 100 episodes of Neandertalk Podcast, I'm releasing the Primordial Brew event that was held at The Rino, in North Kansas City. Fox4's own Shawn Edwards (movie critic) joined me for the podcast portion of this show. Before I interviewed Shawn, I had 2 comics (Aaron Scarbrough and Brandon Patrick) each perform 20 mins. After the podcast, i had 2 hip hop acts perform (MOKS Louiz Rip and LucidFlows, and Sheven). It was a really great night, and a perfect way to celebrate 100 shows. I cant thank you guy enough for the love and support I've received throughout this podcast adventure. I hope to bring you another 100, but until then, continue to tune in. I love you all and THANK YOU!!
Singer-songwriter Katie Pruitt is exploding across the United States with her first album, "Expectations." The 25-year-old Georgia-native’s debut album is a coming-of-age story about her life, sexuality and experience growing up in the Christian-South. While the novel coronavirus is sweeping across the country, Crazeology will not be featuring the long-form interviews like in the past. Hear songs from Pruitt’s new album above, or wherever you get your podcasts.
Nixa, Missouri-native Tyler Giles has an ability to quiet rooms and make you feel like his songs are about your own life. He attributes his musical stylings to listening to honkey-tonk growing up, but his music is far from just a simple version of country. Listen to the artist talk about his life, music and influences, including two previously unrecorded songs, in this episode of Crazeology.
In this edition of Ask the Experts, FOX4 is talking about senior living with marketing director Jill Lamb of Colonial Village of Overland Park, and Judy Baxter, marketing director of Westchester Village of Lenexa.They discuss the benchmarks of senior living, making a proactive plan with your loved ones and knowing when it's time to get assistance.
February is American Heart Month, and FOX4 sat down to talk heart health with Dr. Prashanth Katrapati, who is with Providence Medical Group cardiology. Dr. Katrapati says heart disease doesn't discriminate, and impacts people of all ages, races and nationalities. He discusses healthy and risky behaviors that have a direct impact on your heart.
Many music experts would agree, the modern era of blues started with Robert Johnson. He inspired generations of musicians, and his signature sounds can be heard sometimes coming out of the guitar of J.D. Simo. Hear Simo talk about his roots of a guitarist from Chicago, Illinois, to his days now traveling around the U.S.
No polar vortexes? We’re about halfway through the winter season, and we’re seeing some strange things happen. FOX4 meteorologist Joe Lauria discusses odd temperatures in Kansas City mixed with changing snowfall across the country (what’s up with all the snow in Texas?). All of this, plus an uneasy feeling about flooding predictions come this spring.
Olathe, Kansas, native Calvin Arsenia has a world sound that guides you seamlessly through his stories with the sound of glitter. It’s easy to get trapped in the mindset of thinking about his use of the harp in his music, but there is much more. Listen to an in-depth conversation about Arsenia’s life, music, and ideas.
In this episode of Ask the Experts, FOX4 is talking with Dr. Darin Upchurch with MaxLife about ways to improve your health and vitality. He discusses the process his clients go through to determine what they need to do to establish a healthy weight that leads to increased energy and efficiency.
Colin Dieden left the band The Mowgli’s to start his own project called Little Hurt. He says his reason for leaving was to start something that was a little more his own story. A way to communicate his struggles with mental health. Listen to Dieden talk about his music and life in this episode of Crazeology. Warning: This podcast has curse words and content some may not find suitable for children. Discretion advised.
In this episode of Ask the Experts, FOX4 is talking with Dr. Jesse Jackson of Jackson Family Dental about having a good smile. Dr. Jackson talk about methods and techniques to help develop a good smile if you don't think you have one, and how his practice helps patients achieve the look they want.
Hear from guest artists Mackenzie Nicole, Kian Byrne and Blair Bryant on the power of Christmas music as well as some of their favorite holiday tunes! Want a fresh seasonal playlist to jam to? We asked our guest artists to send us what they're listening to during the holidays. Check the playlist out on FOX4KC.com, or on the FOX4KC Spotify account - Playlist titled "FOX4's Crazeology Christmas"
Legendary radio comic and former No. 1 Kansas City "Shock Jock" Randy Miller has been fired from at least 5 radio jobs. He's offensive and he's funny, usually at the same time. Naturally, he gets FOX4's Mark Alford to laugh so hard, he did a spit take. Yes, you can hear it. It happens within the first five minutes. This podcast is full of laughs and stories from Miller's time in Kansas City and other stations around the country. This interview is from FOX4's 24-hour Facebook Live event in Sept. 2018.
Ever listen to the radio? FOX4's Mark Alford sits down with popular talk radio hosts Dana Wright and Scott Parks from 98.1 to discuss their personal lives and transitions between news media jobs. Have you heard about the time Parks called out someone who wrote into the station? Listen to it and much more in this colorful episode.This interview is from FOX4's 24-hour Facebook Live event in Sept. 2018.
New Royals Manager Mike Matheny visited FOX4 recently for an exclusive inside look into his personality, his managing style and his expectations for the team. Some have questioned the hire after Matheny was let go from a 6-and-a-half-year stint with the Cardinals. However, some fans are hopeful that he's the guy to breath new life into the team, which only won a third of their games in 2019. FOX4 Sports Reporter Harold Kuntz has the interview, only here on Signal Hill.
The band Yes You Are is creating something unique, with a lot of thought and craftsmanship behind its lyrics. The husband-wife duo of Kianna Aladrid and Jared White have been writing the bands lyrics for years, finishing each other’s lyrics in new and interesting ways. What is their connection to poet T.S. Eliot? Find out in this episode Crazeology.
Kansas City legacy philanthropist and pioneer of Italian Gardens, Carl DiCapo talks about everything from the restaurant's beginnings to having a fountain named after him. Join Mark Alford in his conversation with one of Kansas City's most influential figures of the mid-1900s to today. This interview is from FOX4's 24-hour Facebook Live event in Sept. 2018.
Mark Alford talks CBD oil and much more with the men behind American Shaman, Todd Underwood and Vince Sanders, in the FOX4 podcast studio. This interview is from FOX4's 24-hour Facebook Live event in Sept. 2018. To watch the video, search FOX4's Facebook videos or find the link in the podcast page on FOX4KC.com.
In this edition of Ask the Experts, FOX4 is talking about how to keep your money safe and shielded from scammers. We sit down with Citizens Bank & Trust to talk about common scams, the signs to look out for and tips to ensure your security.
On this episode of Ask the Experts, FOX4 is talking with Chris Goodwin of Insurance Pros about navigating Medicare open enrollment. He talks about how to find the most cost-effective plan, walking you through some of the process on medicare.gov.
Country music has been popular for the better part of the past century, and a new documentary by Ken Burns has a lot of people reminiscing about the “good old days” of the genre. In this episode of Crazeology, Kendall Swank sits down and talks with the Kansas City Cowboy Dusty Rust about the artists of the past, and how they’ve inspired Rust in his style of country music.
Denny Hamlin was the car to beat October 20, 2019 in a chaotic elimination race at Kansas Speedway. Four more drivers, including Kansas native Clint Bowyer, are now out. Chase Elliott had a fast car and was in a must win situation to move on. Or so everyone thought. Luck seemed to go his way as Brad Keslowski had trouble and ended up below the cut line. Sam Atwell and Brian Dulle discuss Sunday's race and what we can expect with just four races left in the 2019 season.
In this edition of Ask the Experts, FOX4 is talking with Robert Jordan of RJ Construction about your roof. He talks about the process of replacing your roof and signs to look for when determining whether it's in good shape, or if it's time to start thinking about a new one.
October 16, 2019 marks WDAF-TV's 70th anniversary, the station is known these days as FOX4. John Holt recently sat down with a number of people you don't typically see on TV, but are vital to our operation and ensure that we can bring you stories that matter every day.
Building off of more than 100 years of music history, Blair Bryant is a young jazz musician in an old genre's world. However, he's creating something new and all his own, pulling from both the roots of the once-popular jazz era as well as from modern influences and his own creativity. The 25-year-old already has four albums, several radio singles, and has gotten major attention from some of Kansas City's most prominent publications. Listen to Bryant talk about his beginnings, his successes and a condition that helps him see the color of the music around him in this episode.
Longtime Kansas City TV personality and weatherman Joel Nichols has worn many hats on the air, but his start in weather was pretty unconventional. FOX4 meteorologist Joe Lauria asks him about his start and how he got down to Kansas City. Nichols also unveiled some of his favorite parts of his career. This podcast was so much fun to do that we split it into 2 parts.
Kelly Hunt has been playing in Kansas City for the last several years. Rolling Stone Country contributor wrote, “Kelly Hunt sings with the lilting cadence of a folksinger born somewhere far away, sometime long ago.” The Tennessee native plays a delicate version of folk that can be heard in this episode. Listen to Hunt talk about her life, music, and career in this episode
In this edition of Ask the Experts, FOX4 is talking with Dr. Scott Abraham with the St. Joseph Medical Center about achy knees.Dr. Abraham says there's been a rise in knee replacements, and discusses the reasons why, and what you need to do to maintain an active lifestyle.
In this edition of Ask the Experts, FOX4 is talking with Greg Watt of the Watt Law Firm about considerations when selecting a criminal defense attorney.He talks about the importance of communication when building a client/attorney relationship, and what to look for when selecting someone to defend you.
In this edition of Ask the Experts, FOX4 is talking about selecting a senior living community with marketing director Jill Lamb of Colonial Village in Overland Park, and Judy Baxter, marketing director of Westchester Village in Lenexa.They talk about finding the best fit for your loved one given the variety of options and your unique circumstances.
Ben Folds has been rocking across the country for more than two decades. His iconic style of music can be recognized by hearing his many hit songs and his collaborations with musicians like Sara Bareilles, Bruce Hornsby, and William Shatner. Folds has a new memoir out called "A Dream About Lighting Bugs: A Life of Music and Cheap Lessons." Hear Folds talk about his new memoir with three original songs from his well-known repertoire.
Just 30 seconds into a song by the band Olivia Fox, you can tell there is something different from their version of pop-music, and what plays over the airwaves of radios across the county. The all-female trio of Lauren Flynn, Aubrey Callahan, and Tiffany Smith have been cultivating their sound for several years and are releasing their second album titled, “Carbon,” on Friday, August 23rd, 2019. Listen to Flynn, Callahan, and Smith talk about their lives, music, and more with new music and an unreleased track on this episode of Crazeology.
Casi Joy worked for close to 20 years before she finally made her big break in the music industry. As a contestant on NBC’s The Voice, the Smithville, Missouri native was given national attention for her performance of the song “Blue” written by Bill Mack and made famous in 1996 by LeAnn Rimes. Since her performance on the reality-singing competition, Casi has released several songs and albums, including her newest release titled, "The Bright Side." Hear Casi talk about her life, music, and inspirations in this episode of Crazeology.
The "Disnification" of movies. What is it? Nick Vasos and Shawn Edwards sit down to discuss this phenomenon in the entertainment industry, and beyond, and what it means for movies going forward. Shawn Edwards is a film critic for FOX4, who spends his time between Kansas City and Los Angeles. He is a member of the Broadcast Film Critics Association.
Listening to just 30 seconds from the band Shy Boys shows they have something special. Their use of harmonies stands out across their two full-length albums and the singles they’ve released since. Kyle Rausch and his brother Collin started the five-piece band and have spent the last year taking their music to people across the country. Listen to this interview with Kyle about the band’s past and inspirations, and hear it reflected in their music.
Hembree has exploded into the music scene in the U.S. The five-piece, alternative-rock band has been climbing the music charts since their 2019 full-length debut album "House on Fire" debuted. The passion project is especially significant for these guys because not only are they playing music they enjoy, but they're also long-time friends.
Having a tough time finding the one? Looking to settle down? Confused by modern dating apps? Kim and Shannon have your back.FOX4’s Kim Byrnes and Shannon O’Brien are award-winning, veteran news reporters who have covered local and national news stories on variety of topics for over a decade. Kim and Shannon are now exploring the world of dating, specifically dating over 40 in their podcast "It's A Date!".Kim is divorced with kids and Shannon has never been marred and has no children. Coming from two different life experiences, both Kim and Shannon bring unique perspectives to the challenges and benefits of the dating world today.
Madisen and Ruth Ward of “Madisen Ward and the Mama Bear” started long before the child of the mother-son duo was born. During her career as a solo artist, Ruth Ward began inviting her son Madisen on stage to join her live performances in coffee shops in the Kansas City Metro. The band has gone on to play with greats like B.B. King and Old Crow Medicine Show and gained national attention for their hits like “Silent Movies” and “Yellow Taxi.” Their second album, “The Radio Winners,” shows the depth and talent of the band and their unique take on folk music.
First came Basie, then “Bird,” and finally the Kansas City jazz scene brought us Bobby Watson. The Kansas City, Kansas, saxophonist left the metro after attending community college, then went to The University of Miami for his bachelors, and finally got a “master’s degree” by playing with Art Blakey and the Jazz Messengers. After playing in the legendary band, Watson eventually made his way back to Kansas City to continue his career as a musician and teacher. Bobby Watson reflects on his time as a “Messenger,” and talks exclusively about his 2017 album, “Made in America.”
There’s something wrong in the U.S., and it’s pretty difficulty to talk about. More people are struggling with mental health than ever before, and that extends to musicians. Strange Music artist, Mackenzie Nicole, breaks down the idea behind her new album, "Mystic," and talks about her struggles that led to its creation. This episode has content that may not be suitable for children under 10 years old.
As The Elders grow older, the band has decided to slow down their traveling and contemplate what to do next. The Kansas City, Missouri, based Irish rock band members still want to perform together and possibly continue to record, but they want to spend more time with their growing families. Ian and Kian Byrne talk to us about the band’s past, present, and future, as well as the budding career of Kian Byrne as a solo-artist.
Few artists can quiet a room with their songs, but Brook Blanch is one of those people. Blanche grew up in the Lawrence, Kansas, area. He currently lives in Wichita and often travels to Kansas City, Missouri, to play folk-music with his unique voice and emotional lyrics. Brook talks to us about song-writing and the stories behind his songs.
Need some expert advice? Whether you're thinking about adding a new deck or wondering how to save for retirement, FOX4 has you covered. Ask the Experts - the podcast - covers everything you need to know from the local experts in Kansas City that have the all answers.
Another NASCAR season is underway as the cars took to the track in the 61st Daytona 500. FOX4 digital producers Sam Atwell and Brian Dulle talk about the big wrecks during the race, the top underdogs, those that were lucky and not so lucky, and why Denny Hamlin's second Daytona 500 win was special for Joe Gibbs Racing.
Another NASCAR season is underway as the cars took to the track in the 61st Daytona 500. FOX4 digital producers Sam Atwell and Brian Dulle talk about the big wrecks during the race, the top underdogs, those that were lucky and not so lucky, and why Denny Hamlin's second Daytona 500 win was special for Joe Gibbs Racing.
The longtime FOX4 newscaster has sat behind the big desk for longer than almost anyone in Dallas. What does she think of Facebook? Will she ever retire? Does her house have a cabana? She stopped by the Old Monk to answer these questions and many more.
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This edition of Signal Hill takes us to Training Camp for the Kansas City Chiefs. There will be a lot of focus and attention on starting QB Patrick Mahomes, and that is just one of the subjects that FOX4's John Holt and Al Wallace talk about in this edition of Signal Hill.
This is a week 4 follow up podcast regarding the toxic algae bloom in Florida. My wife and I have been on local news Fox4, CNBC, front page of The News Press, and today we made the front page of The Breeze. Still nothing is being done to help. Florida Governor, we want answers! Website: https://willzpi.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SouthwestFloridaInvestigator/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/CapeCoralPI Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/willzpi/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/william-zariske-b565ab20/
David Krantz was tragically murdered over 4 years ago. His killer is still out there. About 40 percent of the murder cases in Kansas City are unsolved. Many of those cases are considered cold. FOX4 Crime Files takes an in-depth look at some of these cases, each one representing a life lost, and loved ones searching for answers.
Destiny Weaver was found shot to death inside a car at Tower Park in Kansas City's Waldo neighborhood. Her killer is still out there. About 40 percent of the murder cases in Kansas City are unsolved. Many of those cases are considered cold. FOX4 Crime Files takes an in-depth look at some of these cases, each one representing a life lost, and loved ones searching for answers.
18-year-old Asaan Williams was killed in broad daylight with about two dozen witnesses in a Kansas City park in March 2015, but so far his murder is unsolved. About 40 percent of the murder cases in Kansas City are unsolved. Many of those cases are considered cold. FOX4 Crime Files takes an in-depth look at some of these cases, each one representing a life lost, and loved ones searching for answers.
On Oct. 27, 2017, Christopher Shaver was outside a home with a woman when an unknown man pulled up in a car, got out and started shooting. The woman was shot in the hip, but survived. Christopher did not. Despite numerous witnesses, police say no one has come forward. About 40 percent of the murder cases in Kansas City are unsolved. Many of those cases are considered cold. FOX4 Crime Files takes an in-depth look at some of these cases, each one representing a life lost, and loved ones searching for answers.
Kendrick Anderson was driving down the highway on Labor Day of 2017 when someone fired into his car, killing him and wounding a passenger. It was two days before his 28th birthday. He leaves behind two daughters, and a mother wondering who could have done this. About 40 percent of the murder cases in Kansas City are unsolved. Many of those cases are considered cold. FOX4 Crime Files takes an in-depth look at some of these cases, each one representing a life lost, and loved ones searching for answers.
On March 26, 2012 someone shot 24-year-old Charlie Bates multiple times as he rode in a car with a friend. Six years later, Charlie's mother, Madge, is still seeking justice. About 40 percent of the murder cases in Kansas City are unsolved. Many of those cases are considered cold. FOX4 Crime Files takes an in-depth look at some of these cases, each one representing a life lost, and loved ones searching for answers.
On February 4, the parents of Jacob Skowronski found their son shot to death inside his apartment, just days before his 26th birthday. Their pain continues to linger knowing that the killer is still out there. About 40 percent of the murder cases in Kansas City are unsolved. Many of those cases are considered cold. FOX4 Crime Files takes an in-depth look at some of these cases, each one representing a life lost, and loved ones searching for answers.
Weather warnings are the bread and butter of weather communication, but is it possible to have too many weather warnings? Can there be too much of a good thing? We're joined by broadcast meteorologist Joe Lauria from Fox4 in Kansas City, who had a hunch that too many severe thunderstorm warnings were affecting his viewers. On this episode of WeatherHype, Joe tells us all about his investigation into the number of severe thunderstorm warnings that are issued around the country. We finish up the episode by discussing short-term and long-term goals for overcoming this overwarning, in hopes of starting a conversation about this topic in our community. You do not want to miss this episode of WeatherHype, so stick around because a weather warning episode is coming your way! Thanks to Mark Jelinek from the What is it About the Weather? Podcast for his help with this episode's Weather Ready Nation preparedness message for Spring weather. For more information, please visit weather.gov/WRN For more information on the topics discussed during this podcast or for additional links, please visit: http://www.weatherhypepodcast.com/episode-43.html Modifications were made for the Introduction and transition music "Baby, I'm Bad Weather" by Toussaint Morrison: creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/3.0/ and "Secret Garden" by Scott Holmes: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/3.0/ as well as "Rain and Thunderstorm at Lallgarh Palace, Bikaner" by Samuel Corwin: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ and "Arch" by Ketsa: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/
Today’s guest episode of USR features financial planner and CEO of Financial Gravity Holdings Inc., John Pollock. John has has helped hundreds of entrepreneurs find legal, moral, and ethical ways to lower their taxes, raise their profits, and create wealth in their businesses. John has been featured in Forbes Magazine, Rep. Magazine, and the Collin County Business Press and is a frequent contributor on television (TX21, FOX4, WFAA8) and Radio (KRLD, KSKY, Tax Guys Radio Show and Financial Safari). He has written The Nest Egg Cookbook – Your Recipe for a Comfortable Retirement and 10 Biggest Tax Mistakes that Cost Business Owners Thousands, and contributed to the books Secrets of a Tax Free Life, and Tax Breaks of the Rich & Famous. John can be heard every Saturday at 12 PM on AM 660 The Answer on the Financial Gravity Show, where he discusses tax reduction strategies for small businesses and retirees. In this episode, you will learn: -how to finally lower the amount of taxes you’ve been paying by creating a proactive financial roadmap -how to start keeping more of your income you work so hard to achieve and stop writing off endless number of checks to the IRS -one golden rule that when implemented, will save you several thousand dollars in taxes every year As a podcast expert, John delivers more than just good content and entertainment. His listeners walk away transformed and equipped with real world strategies that they can immediately use to solve their most challenging business problems. Mentioned in this episode: Ebook: www.johnpollockinc.com or text in TAXBOOK to 33444 www.financialgravity.com Connect with John: www.johnpollockinc.com https://financialgravity.com/ https://twitter.com/JohnPollockInc Connect with Kelly: www.kellyroachcoaching.com www.facebook.com/kellyroachinternational www.twitter.com/kellyroachint A HUGE thank you for listening to Unstoppable Success Radio! I would be so grateful if you left me a rating and review! My mission and goal is to serve you, my listeners, so please submit your questions for an upcoming #ask Kelly episode by emailing email@example.com or @kellyroachint or calling 610 910 3600 to submit your questions! Here's how I can help you achieve your goals: -How to build, scale and automate growth in your business:kellyroachcoaching.com/yes -Take your hobby, side hustle or new business quickly to the 100k mark: kellyroachcoaching.com/100k -Turbo charge your productivity, break through overwhelm and the impact the profit in your business in 30 day or less kellyroachcoaching.com/higher-profits/ -Inquire about Private consulting and coaching by completing the application at: http://kellyroachcoaching.com/apply-now/ Get insider tips and resources only available to my private email community by texting IGNITE to 44222 or visiting kellyroachcoaching.com and selecting any of the exciting resources or trainings available for immediate download. Have you gotten your copy of UNSTOPPABLE: 9 Principles for Unlimited Success in Business and in Life at Amazon here NOW!
The Twilight Lounge Episode 21 – Classic Club Cuts takes control in this Episode. Classics from way back in the day with artists like Shannon, Secret Society, TKA, Expose and many more that will have you thinking about where you were when you first heard these jams! Freestyle Music LIVES at The Twilight Lounge mixed A-Live by Yours Truly, DJ Ash. Check Out the set list below:1. My Hearts Divided - Shannon2. Do You Wanna Get Away - Shannon3. Precious Little Diamond – Fox the Fox4. Bizarre Love triangle – New Order5. What’s on Your Mind – Information Society6. You (Bonus Beats) - Rios7. Don’t You Think It’s Time - Fascination8. Give Your Love to Me - TKA9. Don’t Take Your Love - Lydia Lee Love10. Running – Information Society11. Find Yourself – Secret Society12. Come Go With Me - Expose13. Point of No Return (Dub Mix) - Expose14. I Want it to be Real – John RoccaComments or Requests? Drop me a line…….DJ-Ash@comcast.net