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A recent report from Canada's federal housing agency, CMHC says we need 3.45 million new homes built by 2030 in order to reduce skyrocketing housing costs. Supply has long been an issue especially in the expensive markets of Toronto and Vancouver. But, is it possible for Canada to ramp up construction so drastically and what happens if we don't?The Globe's Real Estate Reporter, Rachelle Younglai, is on the show today for a reality check on what can fix Canada's housing crisis.Questions? Comments? Ideas? Email us at email@example.com
Coming from a family of accountants and engineers, Sheryl Jacobson didn't have any real models of what to do with a liberal arts degree. But with a love of history, culture, and story she knew she wanted an international experience after graduation. She landed a job with the boutique Monitor Group, working first in marketing and market research, just beyond her comfort zone. Her consulting life bounced her all over the world and presented her with opportunities she never could have imagined from London and Hong Kong to Istanbul and Shanghai, even as Monitor became part of Deloitte. Meeting her husband along the way and contemplating motherhood after many years, she realized she could come home and still have other adventures.In this episode, find out from Sheryl how balancing adventure and loneliness is a dance that can work out in the end…on today's Roads Taken with Leslie Jennings Rowley. About This Episode's GuestSheryl Jacobson is the lead strategy partner for one of Deloitte's Life Sciences clients. She has spent the last 20+ years helping clients and her sole employer Deloitte tackle strategic challenges and make the most of opportunities for growth and innovation. She lives in her to-the-studs renovated Brownstone in Harlem with her husband and their son. For another story about the ups and downs of expat life with Heather McNemar.Find more episodes at https://roadstakenshow.com Executive Producer/Host: Leslie Jennings RowleyMusic: Brian BurrowsEmail the show at RoadsTakenShow@gmail.com
Check out Episode 37 of The Body Electric a CoD AP for Promethean: The Created. If you want to catch the fun live tune in on Twitch; every other Friday 8-11 pm Vaughn joins a struggling local gym for a festival of strength and learns that the heart is also a muscle. Olive causes a distraction by stealing the spotlight. Gabriel and C.A.S.P.A.R. chip away at the mysterious, alchemical iceberg that is Telluride. Buy Promethean here. Want to join the conversation? Join us on Discord: https://discord.gg/gPVH7a9 We are also affiliated with Fan Roll Dice by Metallic Dice Games: Follow this link and enter the promo code STORYTOLD10 to receive 10% off your order! To help support the show, share it, or rate and review it on your podcast service of choice. To support us financially, please donate on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/thestorytold Website: https://www.thestorytoldpodcast.com Instagram: @thestorytoldpodcast Twitter: @storytoldpod Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/thestorytoldpodcast Follow Fools Moon Entertainment across social media in the links below: Instagram: @foolsmoonentertain Twitter: @foolsmoonei Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/foolsmoonentertainment/ Our music is composed by James Horan. To contact him regarding composition, send him an email: email@example.com
The Hulk Golfer, Detroit Lions: Super Bowl bound, boring Usher, Donald Trump v. Howard Stern, Joe Biden's weekend of gaffes, Britney Spears v. 60 Minutes, UAW strike, whining Supermodels, Pauly Shore=Richard Simmons, and the first female non-kicker plays in an NCAA game. The Detroit Lions are Super Bowl bound again. They move to 2-1 after beating the Atlanta Falcons. Eli Zaret joins us in studio to discuss Michigan's boring win over Rutgers, shake his head over MSU losing to Maryland, more Mel Tucker rumors, Ohio State out coaching Notre Dame, Ryan Day wanting to fight 86-year-old Lou Holtz, Colorado getting Buffaloed by Oregon, rooting against DeShaun Watson, gambling on the NFL from inside the stadiums, Miami Dolphins scoring 70 points, and the first non-kicker female college football player. The Oakland A's gave Miguel Cabrera a cheap and questionable gift. Brandon is out with Covid, but at least he has his chocolate milk. Usher is going to play the Super Bowl halftime show. It was announced in the most annoying way. Taylor Swift's in the Kelce family box at the Kansas Chief game. Insert "Travis/Taylor Box" joke here. Kim Kardashian thinks she's an actor now. Jim Costa is the new morning host with Jon Jansen on 97.1. Some people are saying Jason Carr Drive is cruising on over to WOMC. Why couldn't Kast Media not pay us what they aren't paying their podcasters? New Washington Post-ABC poll has Trump crushing Biden by 10 points. Joe Biden had a gaffe filled weekend, including renaming LL Cool J. Britney isn't allowed to do interviews for her new book. She turned down 60 Minutes. We decide to revisit her classic interview with sock-less Matt Lauer. The Globe said Howard Stern and Beth are headed for divorce. Donald Trump finally responds to "broken weirdo" Howard Stern after repeated comments on his SiriusXM show. Not-a-Prince Harry and Meghan attend a Kevin Costner fundraiser. Some people are saying they didn't donate any money. They also demanded NDA's from first graders. One thing is for certain: Harry loves being away from her. The Mayor of Malibu is really mad at Kourtney Kardashian. North West isn't a name, but is a girl. She also might not be a painter. There are hot whining Supermodels on Apple TV+. Gisele Bundchen whined about how bad her life was with Tom Brady and as a young model on CBS Sunday Morning, aka The Old-Man Show. UAW is striking differently this time and it might backfire. Shawn Fain has invited Joe Biden to shuffle the picket line. Trump is coming to town to talk to UAW members. The Talking Heads gave an awkward interview together on CBS Sunday Morning. There are still more new Russell Brand accusations. There's an interesting reason why it took awhile for the allegation to become public. Nicki Minaj's husband has been sentenced to mansion arrest after making an idiot of himself outside Offset's apartment. Name five Chris Brown songs. Danny Masterson soon-to-be-ex Bijou Phillips had a wacky childhood. Pauly Shore really wants to play Richard Simmons in a biopic. Amy Robach & TJ Holmes celebrate one year of blowing up their families. Her NewsNation comeback isn't going too great. Josh Safdie's muse Julia Fox still has a podcast, but it's not as good as Pacman Jones podcast because he has puppets. Some nut went full Hulk Mode over a golf ball. He has since been banned from the course. Meanwhile, a "my man" took a naked stroll in the Dallas airport. Unrepentant Mackenzie Shirilla got a light sentence for killing two people. Visit Our Presenting Sponsor Hall Financial – Michigan's highest rated mortgage company If you'd like to help support the show… please consider subscribing to our YouTube Page, Facebook, Instagram and Twitter (Drew and Mike Show, Marc Fellhauer, Trudi Daniels, Jim Bentley and BranDon).
Canada's judicial system is a bit of a mess right now. Cases are piling up. Staff aren't showing up to work. And there aren't enough judges. Even the Supreme Court of Canada has an unfilled vacancy currently.Sean Fine is The Globe's justice writer and he explains what factors are contributing to the various delays in courts and how if they aren't dealt with soon, some people may never face justice.Questions? Comments? Ideas? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Welcome back to Black Hoodie Alchemy -- this week is a bit of a twist! Longtime listeners of Black Hoodie Alchemy will be very familiar with the strange character that is Tippy Patson -- the Redneck Mystic Extraordinaire -- and his appearances in episodes 14, 30, 38, and 59. Well somehow this idiot decided to record his very own BHA episode without me! Yes, he found my upload login and my Zoom password, and also didn't bother to let me know we were recording when I gave him a call in the middle of it! It's all a bit ridiculous, but I decided I might as well let the upload pass as is. After all, he did edit the whole thing with a commercial break and music, so hey whatever. Oh and what is this episode actually about? Well, lo and behold, when he isn't hunting Illuminati gators or scrying with cow shit, Tippy Patson is apparently a cryptozoologist and hunter! He reports to have a lot of experience hunting these various creatures throughout Florida and beyond, and also seems to have gotten ahold of an internet database full of cryptids that helped fuel his research for this week's episode. As you can see by the list below, he goes through quite a few! It's all these cryptids, the Dark Pyramid of Alaska, and appearances from nearly all members of The League of Extorndiary Gents this week! That's right, it's Jefferson Tilamookslinger the former Illuminati cloning lab manager, resident numerologist Muscle Tornado, cosmic ghost pirate Apex Monsoon this week, while Silverback Commando is in the middle of an existential crisis, Randy Stemp is off on his paranormal investigations, and Bayou Jones is MIA. I hope you dig it! Tippy's list of discussed cryptids [I'm not hot linking them all but you can find all their entries through the search-bar on Cryptid Wiki] - Wildman of Aberdeen - Barnacle Tree - Bassigator - Dogigator - Fiji Mermaid - Yukon Beaver Eater - Bobo & Colossal Claude (sea creatures) - Ghost Camel - Wunk - Matlox the Giant - Miracle Mike the Headless Chicken - Geoff the Talking Mongoose - Terror Beast - NotDeer - Dingbat & Dingbelle - Drake the rapper - Elephant Bird - Cockatrice - Sand Squink & Squonk - Skunk Ape - Sam Harris - Philamaloo - Man Eating & Cow Eating Tree - Pepie Monster - Phantom Kangaroo - India - Shug Monkey - Sky Serpents - Bunnyman - Deerman - Dogman - Wolfman - Frogman - Owlman - Mothman - Mudman - Gatorman & Jake the Gator - Lizardman - Catman - Grassman - Hatman - Metalman - Hogman - Squidman - Merman - Pigman - Iceman - Donkeyman - Floridaman - Mantisman - Manman GET SOME BLACK HOODIE ALCHEMY MERCH! my link tree This week's featured music! Don't forget to support that black hoodie rap and all your favorite independent artists! Hill Country Promenade - Stray Puzzle Piece Firewalker - Doc Hammer Way It Used to Be - Arkeologists x Tribesmen Lukin - Doc Hammer --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/blackhoodiealchemy/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/blackhoodiealchemy/support
Globe-trotting South Korean Production Supervisor Kate Young Eun Park is my guest this week. She came on to promote Cookin', a madcap percussive musical featuring four frenzied chefs striving to meet a crazy wedding banquet deadline. In its 26th year, Cookin' has been already been viewed by 1.48 million people in 60 countries, and is currently at the Minneapolis Children's Theater Company (CTC) until Oct 22, 2023, and then it moves to Charlotte, NC, for a week. If you aren't able to make either of these performances, you can look for Cookin' (or Nanta) on Youtube. You can copy and past this link to see the 2016 performance at The Kennedy Center in Washington, DC: https://www.youtube.com/live/GJlv4BNNKEg?si=g6SEW7qSD8OG3Gvu.
Ralph welcomes Toby Heaps, co-founder and editor-in-chief of the Canadian magazine “Corporate Knights,” which ranks the world's 100 most sustainable corporations. And we welcome back Dr. Bandy Lee, psychiatrist and editor of “The Dangerous Case of Donald Trump” to discuss Donald Trump's continuing hold on 30% of the American population.Toby Heaps is the CEO and co-founder of Corporate Knights, and Editor-in-Chief of Corporate Knights magazine. He spearheaded the first global ranking of the world's 100 most sustainable corporations in 2005, and in 2007 coined the term “clean capitalism.” Toby has been published in the Financial Times, Wall Street Journal, and the Globe and Mail, and is a regular guest speaker on CBC.You see these stories happening all over the world, whether it's from the oil companies or the electric power companies, fossil power companies, or food companies, or real estate companies. And the ones who are going all in, investing big in the green economy and the more sustainable economy are, more often than not, the ones who are hitting the biggest numbers financially.Toby Heaps, Corporate KnightsWe don't want to just be doing a beauty contest or be subject to the latest headline. We're trying to do something that's reasonably rooted in evidence, and it can be defensible, and it can be considered fair. And we recognize that none of the big companies that we rank are perfect— they all have major issues, which is kind of the nature of the human condition.Toby Heaps, Corporate KnightsDr. Bandy Lee is a medical doctor, a forensic psychiatrist, and a world expert on violence who taught at Yale School of Medicine and Yale Law School for 17 years before transferring recently to Columbia and Harvard. She is currently president of the World Mental Health Coalition, an educational organization that assembles mental health experts to collaborate with other disciplines for the betterment of public mental health and public safety. She is the editor of The Dangerous Case of Donald Trump: 37 Psychiatrists and Mental Health Experts Assess a President and Profile of a Nation: Trump's Mind, America's Soul.Essentially, [Trump] did not have the capacity to have ideologies or policies. He can't think at that level. What he can do is to manipulate psychologically those who are vulnerably predisposed and those who have formed emotional bonds with him.Dr. Bandy LeeThese are the kinds of effects that we expect from having a person with severe mental symptoms holding an influential position and having lots of public exposure. We do have a propagation of symptoms. I've been calling this the “Trump Contagion” but what it really is is shared psychosis, which is a psychosocial phenomenon that's been researched and described since around the mid-19th century.Dr. Bandy Lee[Trump voters] are still with him. But they would never support a friend or a neighbor who lied all the time, who had power over them, who described things that weren't real about what was going on around them or what he did in the past, or who cheated his workers.Ralph NaderIn Case You Haven't Heard with Francesco DeSantis1. The United Autoworkers Union is on strike against the big three automakers. Just before the strike began, the Lever reported that General Motors claimed the union's demands “would threaten our ability to do what's right for the long-term benefit of the team.” Yet, for all their crying poverty, the Big Three “have reported $21 billion in profits in just the first six months of 2023,” and “have authorized $5 billion in stock buybacks.” The union's strategy is also worth touching on, as it is novel for this industry. Instead of all workers going on strike at once, the union plans on “targeting a trio of strategic factories while keeping 90 percent of its members working under expired contracts,” per Axios. However, this story notes the ways industry plans to strike back, notably by utilizing quasi-lockouts at active plants.2. In a nigh-unprecedented shot across the bow, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit has issued a “‘writ of body attachment', directing the United States Marshals Service to take two corporate officials of Haven Salon + Spa in Muskego, Wisconsin into custody [after they] repeatedly failed and refused to comply with an enforced [National Labor Relations] Board order.” This followed years of opportunities for the corporate officials to settle this dispute and represents the strongest signal so far that the re-energized NLRB will use every weapon in its legal arsenal to protect workers. The Board's full statement is available at NLRB.gov.3. The Washington Post reports that since retaking power in Afghanistan, the Taliban has “all but extinguished al-Qaeda.” Yet buried within this story is a much more intriguing tidbit. According to this piece, “The CIA shares counterterrorism information with the Taliban,” per a senior Biden administration official. This official emphasized that this does not include “targeting data or ‘actionable intelligence,'” raising the question of what information exactly the CIA is passing along to the Taliban. 4. In Maine, voters are set to decide on a proposal to “turn the state's two big private electric companies—Central Maine Power and Versant—into Pine Tree Power, a nonprofit, publicly run utility,” per Bill McKibben in the Nation. McKibben points out that the private utility companies “sent $187 million in profits out of Maine last year—much of it to shareholders in such far-flung places as Qatar, Norway, and Canada.” Moreover, this move could lower rates by “an average of $367 per household per year.” Bernie Sanders has endorsed this effort, declaring “Power belongs in the hands of the people, not greedy corporations.”5. In an effort to combat food deserts, Chicago Mayor Brandon Johnson has announced the city will explore the possibility of opening a municipally-owned grocery store. The announcement highlighted that “Historic disinvestment has led to inequitable access to food retail across Chicago, [which] have been exacerbated as at least six grocery stores closed on the South and West sides over the past two years.” This project would seek to provide healthy food for South and West side residents, as well as an economic anchor in these communities.6. From Variety: The California Senate has passed a bill to “grant unemployment benefits to workers who are on strike,” in a major win for the Writers Guild, SAG-AFTRA, and organized labor more generally. If signed, this will go into effect January 1st, 2024. Currently, only New York and New Jersey offer this safety net to striking workers.7. A story in LA Public Press traces the disturbing rise of so-called “Tenant relocators.” According to the story, “Lawmakers, tenants and tenant groups say that, across Los Angeles, landlords are buying rent-controlled buildings predominantly occupied by immigrants and using illegal tenant harassment to force people out so they can re-rent their units at market rate.” Further, “Organizers...say tenant harassment is so profitable that it has become an industry in its own right, and that the industry has spawned a profession: the tenant relocator, who cajoles or threatens tenants into leaving while their building falls to pieces around them.” This is yet another case showing the stunning lengths the rich will go to in order to acquire yet more wealth.8. In Atlanta, over 115,000 signatures have been collected and submitted calling for a referendum on the “Cop City,” project. Yet, when these signatures were submitted, the Clerk's Office refused to accept them, citing obscure deadline rules. Now, Georgia Senator Raphael Warnock is weighing in with a letter to Atlanta Mayor Andre Dickens urging the City to “err on the side of giving people the ability to express their views,” the Atlanta Voice reports. This contentious project will likely continue to be a political flash-point going forward.9. Arundhati Roy, the world-famous Indian dissident writer, received a major European essay prize on September 12th. She used this opportunity to deliver an explosive speech warning of the danger posed to the world by “the dismantling of democracy in India.” Roy is explicit in naming “India's descent…into first majoritarianism and then full-blown fascism,” and goes into gut-churning detail concerning the plight of religious minorities in what used to be called the world's largest democracy. The full speech is available on YouTube.10. Finally, Yahoo News reports that back in 2015, “Elon Musk Stormed Into the Tesla Office Furious That Autopilot Tried to Kill Him.” Taken from the new blockbuster biography of the tech magnate, the story goes on to say that the Tesla autopilot, “thrown off by the road's faded lane lines,” steered into and almost hit oncoming traffic. This, the book argues, was due to Musk's insistence on removing light detection and ranging technology – better known as LiDAR – from his vehicles in an attempt to cut costs. Ultimately, the autopilot was not actually fixed; instead, Musk's chief of staff Sam Teller got the faded lane lines repainted. That may be a functional solution for the world's richest man, but personally, I wouldn't take my chances. Get full access to Ralph Nader Radio Hour at www.ralphnaderradiohour.com/subscribe
Follow In Her Defence wherever you get your podcasts. The first two episodes drop Tuesday, October 10th.Everyone knew bad things were happening on the Naslund farm. Then, in the fall of 2017, Miles Naslund's body was found welded into a box at the bottom of a pond near his family's property in Alberta, Canada. His wife and son were charged with first-degree murder.The Globe and Mail's newest podcast In Her Defence brings you Helen Naslund's story in her own words for the first time. Through a series of jailhouse interviews with reporter Jana G. Pruden, Helen speaks about the domestic violence she suffered, and what led to that fateful night on the farm. Meanwhile, Helen's friends come to terms with the abuse they suspected had been going on for decades, and the reality that Helen could spend the rest of her life in prison.Tens of thousands of Canadians joined the outcry over Helen's harsh sentence, asking what is fair punishment when a victim becomes the accused. Now they'll hear firsthand about Helen's life, her long fight for freedom, and the way the justice and legal systems deal with women who kill their abusers.
You've got the whole world in your hands! Nothing brings to life the shape, size, and orientation of our planet quite like a physical globe. In this episode, Aubrey and David discuss what makes globes so essential, how Montessorians use them, and why digital versions just don't cut it. Globes are just one of Child of the Redwoods' 21 essential Montessori materials. To download the full list, go to www.childoftheredwoods.com/essentials.
Canada's relationship with India has been rocky for years, but it's at a particular low point right now after Prime Minister Justin Trudeau accused agents of the Indian government this week of killing Sikh activist Hardeep Singh Nijjar in B.C.Today, the Globe's Asia correspondent James Griffiths joins us from New Delhi, India to discuss how this news is playing out there, why the relationship with Canada – and Trudeau in particular – has struggled, and the power India has in this moment.Questions? Comments? Ideas? E-mail us at email@example.com
Special Editions of Dr. Travelbest Podcast: Part 1 and 2 Responses to Your Questions….. About the Around the Globe adventure that I recently took. 1. Tell me about your 90-day adventure. How long had you waited to go on this adventure? I took a 90-day trip to every time zone in the world, starting in San Diego to the Philippines, Asia, and finishing in Iceland. It was from May 7 to August 7 when I arrived in Seattle. I was on 18 airlines, flew out of 25 airports, and had 70 roommates at 16 hostels and 17 hotel/AirBNB's. I had been planning it for about 15 months. It started out by thinking about round-trip airline tickets and why not just keep going all the way around the world. 2. What were some challenges you faced during the courageous adventure? I have a terrible sense of direction. I get lost a lot. There was a lot of mental challenge ahead. I also broke my wrist last May, which was a physical bump. or maybe it made me more human and realize that my bones are more brittle. I did not have any role models for this trip. I have never met someone who did this before. During the trip, one day in Italy, I fell. I was standing and then went to take a step, but the step was higher than I thought, so I tripped myself in my long dress. No one was there to see me fall. I injured my back, my wrists and bruised my shin. However, I was ok, with a few cuts and eventually healed. It was July 4th. I was not sure I was going to continue the trip. But I did and I'm glad for that. 3. Why did you go Solo? I've been solo before; as early as age 15, I went solo to NY. I stayed there for three weeks with friends, pre-cell phone days. What an experience that was. Now seemed the best time for me, as I'm an empty nester, and my husband did not want to travel out of the USA. If I hadn't gone now, I might have missed the window of access, health, and courage that it took. Solo because I didn't know anyone with the same availability and mission. 4. What did you hope to achieve on this mission? 1. My primary mission was to bridge cultural understanding through peaceful interchange with locals around the world. I joined a non-profit organization called SERVAS, which stands for "SERVICE," and several families hosted me in 5 of the countries, where I stayed for up to two nights for no cost. It was a way to live like they do and see their lives firsthand. This organization is all volunteer-run, started after WW2 and the mission was relevant to my outreach. I also tried to inspire other female travelers to go places, even if it was uncomfortable at first. 2. I've written several books on solo travel, so I'm gathering content for the next books in the series. 3. As a professor, I'm naturally curious, so I wanted to see what marketing looked like in these regions of the world outside of my current experience. 5. What is the treasure that you returned with? The treasure is outside of counting countries or sites visited. The treasure is in the stories that came from the people I met. One of the comments I heard often was I needed to learn how to pack light, so I tried to teach others how to do this. I carried a “personal item” weighing less than 15 lb./7kg, and it was a small backpack that could go under the airplane seat in front of me. I was on a budget, and this saved hundreds of dollars in baggage fees. 6. How did you navigate language barriers and cultural differences? Tell us a couple of stories. In my first country, the Philippines, my daughter, age 28, met me at the airport from Taiwan. She and I traveled for the first week together. That was great as a starting point. She returned to Taipei, and I went to Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. It wasn't until ten weeks later that I landed in an English-first country and could easily converse. I used a lot of gestures and facial expressions and tried to learn a few words in each country. In Agra, India, I met a SERVAS host family who was having a wedding. Their daughter was betrothed in an arranged marriage, and I was invited to attend. I was, unfortunately, unable to go to the wedding, but the morning I left, we got stuck in traffic (which included cows, rickshaws, and semi-trucks), and I saw but missed the bus to Dehli. However, we had a high-speed chase and caught up with the bus at the next stop about 10 miles away. It was dramatic and quite an adventure that was unexpected. In Tel Aviv, Israel, I was hosted through SERVAS by a mom and her two kids. We went to a peaceful protest rally with plenty of kids and dogs in the community square, where I did not understand any of the speakers, but by being there, I knew that they cared about their community and rights. Listen to the next episode next week for Part 2 of this Special Edition. Ask a question of your own.
Ever since Ontario Premier Doug Ford said he would open up parcels of land in the environmentally protected Greenbelt, there's been drama. From revelations of developers having ties to the Ford government, to probes from Ontario's auditor-general and integrity commissioner, to resignations including one from Ford's cabinet.With all the twists and turns of this story, we wanted to answer questions listeners have about what's going on with this land. Today on the show, The Globe's Ontario provincial politics reporter, Jeff Gray joins us to answer your burning Greenbelt questions.Questions? Comments? Ideas? E-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org
#071 - Let's take an exciting trip as we ride shotgun with Sasha Lezhnev, an unbridled adventurer with a heart for humanity. Sasha's tales from the road are as diverse as they are inspiring - from wild weddings in Italian castles to challenging mountain hikes in Ecuador and even a cherry spitting contest. Yet, his journey is more than just an adrenaline rush; it's also about his impactful work in Africa, rehabilitating former child soldiers, and his contributions to the Democratic Republic of Congo.Fasten your seatbelts as we journey through Sasha's life as a full-time traveler, including the joys, the challenges, and the unexpected twists. Homeschooling his child on the road, Sasha paints a remarkable picture of the world as their classroom. His adventures span across continents, with an unforgettable proposal at Bolivia's Lake Titicaca, a four-day wedding celebration in a castle, and a peek into the beauty of slow traveling and RV living.Be prepared for Sasha's tales of spontaneous road trips that inspire a longing for the open road. Discover the beauty of detours, the thrill of uncharted paths, and the freedom of the road less traveled. Sasha's stories encourage us to step out of our comfort zones, explore hidden gems, and relish the joy of discovering the world at our own pace. As we wrap up, Sasha shares about his website, www.offthebeatentravel.com, his Instagram page @sasha_travels, and his much-anticipated upcoming book. So join us, sit back, and let the journey begin!
If it weren't for the Globe and Mail, would Prime Minister Trudeau have publicly accused India of being involved in the killing of Hardeep Nijjar? And Canada loses 70 newspapers as Metroland ends their print circulation. Host: Jesse BrownCredits: Aviva Lessard (Producer), Caleb Thompson (Audio Editor and Technical Producer), Annette Ejiofor (Managing Editor), Karyn Pugliese (Editor-in-Chief)Guest: Shree Paradkar Further reading: Trudeau accuses India in killing of Sikh leader on Canadian soil - The Globe and MailTrudeau accuses India of involvement in Canadian's murder -The Globe and Mail - The DecibelHere's why Justin Trudeau went public with an explosive allegation against India - Toronto StarRussell Brand sex assault allegations bear similarities to Ghomeshi case. But here's what's changed - Toronto StarMetroland ends print editions of community papers, keeps regional dailies - CP24Metroland ends print editions of community papers, flyers - Global Sponsors: Douglas, Squarespace, Elijah CraigEver wonder what Canadaland looks like? Watch and subscribe to our original content @Canadaland and our new podcast channel @CanadalandPodcastsIf you value this podcast, Support us! You'll get premium access to all our shows ad free, including early releases and bonus content. You'll also get our exclusive newsletter, discounts on merch at our store, tickets to our live and virtual events, and more than anything, you'll be a part of the solution to Canada's journalism crisis, you'll be keeping our work free and accessible to everybody. You can listen ad-free on Amazon Music—included with Prime. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Today's episode is a conversation we recorded with writer and essayist Meghan Nesmith back in May. We'd been emailing back and forth about the big things -- parenting, writing, work, life -- and decided we wanted to just sit down and hash things out in real time. What are we doing here? What should we be doing? What is the value of work -- emotionally, materially? We don't come up with any answers, but it felt good to connect. We hope it feels good to listen and think about it too. Meghan is a writer, editor, and obsessive living and working in Boston. She writes about motherhood, relationships, mental health, culture, and the boy band formerly known as One Direction. You can find her work online and in print in Man Repeller, The Globe and Mail, The Guardian, and more. As a content marketer, she's worked with brands like Westin-Marriott, Slack, and Knixwear. You can find out more about Meghan at meghannesmith.com. As always, we'd love for you to take a minute to rate and review us in your podcast app, as this helps other listeners find the show. Visit our website, marginallypodcast.com, for complete show notes and to get in touch. Find us on Instagram @marginallypodcast. Theme music is "It's Time" by Scaricá Ricascá
Starting a new business is an exhilarating experience, the prospect of contributing to the conversation of progress and advancement is an enticing proposition for any entrepreneur. Especially if it grow's the sustainability of the economy for all involved. Across Canada, according to Canada's SME Research and Statistics, roughly 95,000 startup businesses are founded each year in Canada. Making it imperative business owners are given the resources they need to prosper in business. One organization who's working tirelessly to accomplish this very objective is Startup Canada. Startup Canada is Canada's leading entrepreneurship organization. We aim to make Canada the best place to nurture businesses by connecting Canadian entrepreneurs and startups with the support, community, and tools they need to start and build their businesses. We serve entrepreneurs from all backgrounds, industries, and stages of development, with a network reflective of Canada's diverse population. Our flagship programs include Startup Women, Startup Global, Startup Gov, and Startup Communities. We're home to leaders and go-getters who are compassionate at heart, and we believe in empowering grassroots communities and creating win-win-win solutions. Kayla Isabelle is the CEO of Startup Canada, Globe and Mail 2023 Changemaker, Top Forty Under 40. She joined me this week to discuss the business climate in Canada, the important work the organization is doing to foster business growth in Canada, and she also provided her thoughts on how entrepreneurs across the country can continue to thrive, expand and grow their businesses and succeed in the business world, at large on the north side of the boarder. For more information: https://www.startupcan.ca/
There have been nine coups in seven African countries over the past three years – some analysts have called it a coup contagion, the Secretary-General of the UN called it a coup epidemic. Each country has its own circumstances, but there are common factors linking them.Geoff York, The Globe's Africa Bureau Chief, joins us to explain why so many countries are facing coups, what it means for the people of those countries, and what role other countries like Russia, China and the US have in what's going on.Questions? Comments? Ideas? Email us at email@example.com
''Canada has declared deep concerns to the top intelligence and security officials of the Indian Government'' Justin Trudeau dropping a bombshell on opening day in Parliament. India is calling all allegations ''absurd''. What's been the biggest reaction? Host Alex Pierson speaks with Steve Chase, columnist for the Globe and Mail. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Dominic LeBlanc, Public Safety Minister; Robert Fife, The Globe and Mail; Karina Gould, Government House Leader; The Front Bench with Dan Moulton, Shakir Chambers, Kathleen Monk and Marieke Walsh
In 1995, a lengthy legal nightmare came to a dramatic conclusion for Guy Paul Morin. Nearly a decade earlier, the Queensville, Ontario man became the prime suspect in the kidnapping and murder of his 9-year-old neighbour Christine Jessop, because police thought he was weird. On this episode of History of the 90s, Kathy Kenzora looks back at one of Canada's most notorious wrongful convictions. Guest info: Kirk Makin, former justice reporter for The Globe and Mail and author of Redrum The Innocent. Makin has also served as Co-President of Innocence Canada. Show contact info: X (formerly Twitter): @1990shistory Facebook: @1990shistory Instagram: @that90spodcast Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
André Proulx is a wine writer who has worked for Newstalk 1010, CTV News, Quench Magazine, and Toronto Life. As dollars in traditional media disappear for journalists, it's getting harder and harder to make money writing lifestyle content — including wine writing. In today's landscape, is one of Canada's most influential wine writers double-dipping, taking money from both The Toronto Star - and the people who represent the wines she's reviewing?To discuss the current landscape of wine writing André spoke with Chris Waters, wine writer for the Globe and Mail, and Rick VanSickle of Wines in Niagara. To explain how wine sales with the LCBO works he spoke with Ben Hardy of Vintage Selector wines, tech experts Carmi Levy and Dan Spearin, and media lawyer Miro Oballa. Host: Jesse Brown Credits: André Proulx (Reporter), Tristan Capacchione (Audio Editor and Technical Producer), Bruce Thorson (Senior Producer), Annette Ejiofor (Managing Editor), Karyn Pugliese (Editor-in-Chief)Further Reading: Toronto Star wine column leaves bad taste — Columbia Journalism ReviewThis red wine under $8 is so good it will clear off LCBO shelves — The Toronto StarAdditional music by Audio NetworkSponsors: Douglas, Elijah Craig, Article, Athletic GreensIf you value this podcast, support us! You'll get premium access to all our shows ad free, including early releases and bonus content. You'll also get our exclusive newsletter, discounts on merch at our store, tickets to our live and virtual events, and more than anything, you'll be a part of the solution to Canada's journalism crisis, you'll be keeping our work free and accessible to everybody.You can listen ad-free on Amazon Music—included with Prime. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
EPISODE 1724: In this KEEN ON show, Andrew talks to the author of WEB3, Alex Tapscott, who separates the signal about Blockchain, Crypto, NFTs and other technologies on the internet's next economic and cultural frontier Alex Tapscott is an entrepreneur, business author, and seasoned capital markets professional focused on the impact of emerging technologies, such as blockchain and cryptocurrencies, on business, government, and society. His latest book, Web3: Charting the Internet's Next Economic and Cultural Frontier (Harper Collins), will be published September 19th, 2023. Alex is also the Managing Director of the Digital Assets Group at Ninepoint Partners, one of Canada's leading investment firms, with more than $8 billion in assets under management (AUM). Ninepoint launched the world's first carbon-neutral Bitcoin ETF, which reached over $400 million in AUM. Alex is also co-author of the critically acclaimed non-fiction best-seller, Blockchain Revolution, translated into more than 19 languages and which has sold more than 500,000 copies worldwide. His other books, Financial Services Revolution and Digital Asset Revolution were published in 2020 and 2022 respectively. Alex is sought after world-wide for his expertise by business and government audiences. He has delivered well over 200 lectures and executive briefings to business audiences at firms like Goldman Sachs (Talks at GS), Google, Allianz, IBM, Microsoft and Accenture, to name a few (Select speeches by Alex). He is consistently ranked as a top influencer in the blockchain industry. His TedX talk, Blockchain is Eating Wall Street has been viewed over 800,000 times. Alex's writing has been featured in The New York Times, Harvard Business Review, The Globe and Mail, The Financial Post, TIME, Fortune, and many other publications. In 2017, Alex co-founded the Blockchain Research Institute (BRI), a global think-tank investigating blockchain strategies, opportunities and use-cases. Alex is a graduate of Amherst College (Cum Laude) and is a CFA Charterholder. He lives in Toronto. Named as one of the "100 most connected men" by GQ magazine, Andrew Keen is amongst the world's best known broadcasters and commentators. In addition to presenting KEEN ON, he is the host of the long-running How To Fix Democracy show. He is also the author of four prescient books about digital technology: CULT OF THE AMATEUR, DIGITAL VERTIGO, THE INTERNET IS NOT THE ANSWER and HOW TO FIX THE FUTURE. Andrew lives in San Francisco, is married to Cassandra Knight, Google's VP of Litigation & Discovery, and has two grown children. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Ever dreamed of embarking on a grand adventure but felt tethered down by the struggles of a chronic illness? This episode unfolds the inspiring journey of our brave friend, Angelic, who defied the odds and flew the globe from San Francisco to London with a painful chronic illness.Angelic paints a vivid image of her thrilling escapade and gives the listeners a front-row seat to her experiences. From a grueling 10-and-a-half-hour flight to her unplanned detour to Lisbon, Portugal, Angelic proved that a chronic disorder should never be a barrier to fulfilling your wanderlust. She lets us in on her go-to tips for keeping comfortable and rested during long flights and her must-haves that combat jet lag. As the conversation sails forward, we shift our compass towards mindful travel. We chat about our personal experiences, like my recording sessions for the Our Serendipity app and Angelic's immersive cultural experience in Portugal. You'll hear us stress the importance of embracing the beauty of simplicity, appreciating life's small wonders, and finding freedom in letting go of what's unnecessary. Get ready to navigate the globe with Angelic's vital tips, and let her be your guide in making your travel dreams come true, chronic illness notwithstanding.https://linktr.ee/angelicingram Support the showWebsite: https://myspooniesisters.com/Support: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/MySpoonieSP
The Legend of Strawberry Cough, High Times Magazine, Traveling the Globe for Weed, Veganic GrowingIt's Time to pull that vintage jar of head stash out because we have an OG cannabis personality on today. An Ex-High Times OG writer, Veganic Grower, and someone synonymous with the famous strain Strawberry Cough. It's going to be a good one, an all around cultivation enthusiast the Kushman on FSOTD today. Welcome Kyle Kushman on with some “greens” big bong rips and we start with a deep dive into the 80's cannabis scene in New York. The early days of Kushman learning the cultivation process and starting to write for High Times magazine. The magazine position takes him all around the world smoking and talking about the best cannabis at that time. From High Times cannabis cups to backyard hedges of plants all the way to getting gifted the Strawberry Cough. Getting into the Strawberry Cough and how that became one of the biggest strains in New York at that time as well as making it into movies. This episode is not to be missed for all the vintage fans of HighTimes magazine and reminiscing on those days of sticky weed and good stories ! Light up its first smoke of the day!Connect with Nicky DiamondsInstagram - Kyle KushmanFSOTD SponsorsDr. Dabber | IGGrow Generation | IGDrip Hydro | IGFSOTD LinksWebsite | YouTubeMake sure to tell all your friends and family to subscribe! Go register on the website for all the exclusive ad-free content, BTS, tutorials, and more! Please leave a 5-Star review! We appreciate your support, First Smoke Family! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Parliament is back for the fall session and it returns with a surprising shift in the political dynamic. Conservative Leader, Pierre Poilievre is riding high in several polls. And the Liberals are busy making housing announcements to show they are working on the affordability crisis facing so many Canadians today. Meanwhile, the NDP will be looking to push their agenda forward on dental care pharmacare this fall.The Globe's Deputy Ottawa Bureau Chief Bill Curry joins us on the show. He'll tell us what's ahead for the leaders and their parties and three things to pay attention to during the coming session.Questions? Comments? Ideas? E-mail us at email@example.com
Hundreds of people are sick and dozens are in the hospital in Calgary, after one of Canada's worst outbreaks of E.Coli in kids ever. Some cases have left children hospitalized, leaving parents scared, frustrated and angry.Dave McGinn has been following the outbreak for The Globe. Today, he'll tell us what warning signs might have been missed from the kitchen suspected to be at the centre of the outbreak, and how this fits into concerns around childcare in Canada more broadly.Questions? Comments? Ideas? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
What an amazing event this year!! The speakers were great, the location was great and meeting everyone and getting to know them a little better is always a highlight of the event. As always we end each day with a live podcast where we let get the guest involved and this year was no different. … Continue reading Episode 449 – Live from Globe Life Field!!! →
Oh what a circus, oh what a show, as a newly reenergized Conservative Party of Canada holds its first convention with Pierre Poilievre as leader. Under this tent, everyone from anti-trans activists to British aristocrats are apparently welcome, because nothing says “populism” like telling people you know what's best for them.And as the strike at TVOntario creeps toward month two, we anxiously await Polkaroo's show of solidarity.Jacobin's Luke Savage joins Jonathan on Short Cuts.Host: Jonathan GoldsbieCredits: Aviva Lessard (Producer), Caleb Thompson (Audio Editor and Technical Producer), Annette Ejiofor (Managing Editor), Karyn Pugliese (Editor-in-Chief)Guest: Luke Savage Further reading: Tory convention seeks to dazzle supporters, but Poilievre the real draw - The Globe and MailThe working class inevitably becomes conservative: Full Comment podcast - National PostOpinion: The horrific food poisoning of Calgary children underscores the unravelling of public health in Canada - The Globe and MailBiden books are still bombing - Politico Sponsors: Squarespace, Rotman Executive Programs, Elijah CraigFind Canadaland on Youtube! Watch and subscribe to our original content @Canadaland and our new podcast channel @CanadalandPodcastsWe're hitting the road for three live events this fall! Canadaland Supporters get 50% off tickets to ALL events. Head to canadaland.com/events to learn more. If you value this podcast, Support us! You'll get premium access to all our shows ad free, including early releases and bonus content. You'll also get our exclusive newsletter, discounts on merch at our store, tickets to our live and virtual events, and more than anything, you'll be a part of the solution to Canada's journalism crisis, you'll be keeping our work free and accessible to everybody. You can listen ad-free on Amazon Music—included with Prime. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Enbridge Inc. has become North America's largest natural gas utility after acquiring three U.S. utilities for US$9.4-billiondollars. It's a big bet on the role that natural gas is going to play in the future as governments try to transition the economy off of fossil fuels.Emma Graney is The Globe and Mail's energy reporter. She has been covering the deal and explains how this fits into the wider picture of the energy industry in Canada, as well as our emission reduction targets.Questions? Comments? Ideas? E-mail us at email@example.com
Jennifer Smith and Matt Souza are back with a brand-new edition of GCDub: A Game Changing Podcast! On this episode, they discuss the most recent GCW shows including matches such as Gringo Loco vs. Mance Warner, Joey Janela vs. Lash Leroux, and Vikingo vs Nick Gage! They also preview what's coming up in September and October. So, pull a door off its hinges, bundle up the light tubes, and remember… It's MDK… ALL FUCKING DAY!
The COVID-19 fall surge is upon us. But this year it's different. Cases are rising again in Canada, reversing a trend from when cases were decreasing for most of 2023. And once again, there are new variants circulating.The Globe's National Health Reporter Kelly Grant explains why we're seeing a rise, what the Canadian government and public health experts say we should do about it, including when new boosters are available this fall.Questions? Comments? Ideas? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
More than a decade ago, Kerstin Graebner moved across the globe from Germany to India - interestingly enough she was not the first in her family to do so. It's a journey that her grandparents had also taken. Reflecting on this cultural and life journey with my dear friend Kerstin brought up many shared experiences: arriving in a new place, being in culture shock, stepping out of the expat circle, finding roots in a new professional path, finding a sense of real arriving many years after. We had such a great conversation, I can't wait for you to tune in this episode!
Abhay is joined by Prachi Shevgaonkar, climate activist and the founder of the COOL THE GLOBE app and startup. If you ask the question, “what can I do about climate change?”, Prachi has an answer for you and her remarkable aim has been to help people set targets, take action, and track progress. They chatted about unlearning, influencing policy, and personal empowerment. (0:00 - 2:34) Introduction(2:34) Part 1 - letting go of norms, capital and carbon(14:36) Part 2 - combating futility, Prachi's personal journey toward COOL THE GLOBE(21:40) Part 3 - leading with empathy, individual empowerment(29:06) Conclusion
Tamara Lich and Chris Barber were at the forefront of the convoy protest that rolled into Ottawa on Jan. 29, 2022. As leaders, they encouraged supporters blocking the downtown to both ‘hold the line' and protest peacefully. On Feb. 17, 2022, they were arrested. Now they are standing trial for their actions.Kristy Kirkup is a parliamentary reporter for the Globe and she went to the first week of their trial. She explains why this trial is expected to uncover new details about the convoy protest and catches us up on what happened in the opening days.Questions? Comments? Ideas? Email us at email@example.com
Minter Dialogue with Josh Bernoff Josh Bernoff is the author, coauthor, editor or ghostwriter of eight business books. He's published "Writing Without Bullshit" which Toronto's Globe and Mail called, "a Strunk and White for the modern knowledge worker." He was the coauthor with Charlene Li of "Groundswell" which was a BusinessWeek best seller. His latest book, and the main subject of our discussion, is “Build a Better Business Book, How to Plan, Write and Promote a Book That Matters.” We discuss the why and how of writing a business book, some super valuable tips around how to position the book, how to get your book "out there," the importance of an index, audiobooks, cowriting and many other elements that can help a business book be successful. If you've got comments or questions you'd like to see answered, send your email or audio file to firstname.lastname@example.org; or you can find the show notes and comment on minterdial.com. If you liked the podcast, please take a moment to go over to Apple Podcasts or your favourite podcast channel, to rate/review the show. Otherwise, you can find me @mdial on Twitter.
Ron Rutland arrived in Paris on 7 September 2023, concluding the fourth leg of a remarkable (and not always planned) journey that has spanned a decade and four Rugby World Cups. Beginning in 2013, Ron rode from Cape Town to London via every country in Africa, then London to Tokyo, Tokyo to Auckland, and Auckland to Paris (via South and North America). It's a journey that has covered over 100,000 km, crossing 115 countries on six continents. In between, he caddied the longest hole of golf every played across Mongolia. Ron has seen and experienced it all - mudslides, heat, illness, adopted dogs, bus accidents, Himalayan and Andean passes, 100km climbs and even longer descents. He and Ross sit down in a hotel coffee shop in Paris to talk about his cycling journey around the world, fitness gains, calorie deficits, see-food diets, and the challenges overcome, lessons learned, and life philosophies developed along the way.Show notesThe documentary made about Ron's caddying expedition across Mongolia: The Longest HoleThe journey from London to Tokyo is available as a link at the bottom of this page (it just requires sign up for a free trial, and possibly a VPN), including Himalayan Peaks and mudslides: Everything in between Get bonus content on Patreon Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Ils ne sont pas nombreux à avoir été champion du monde de Class40 et... champion de France de saut à skis ! A notre connaissance, un seul athlète connaît ce privilège : Aurélien Ducroz. A 40 ans, le Chamoniard, pur produit de la vallée, finit d'accomplir sa mue : celle d'un athlète de haut niveau qui a dominé sa discipline - le freeride - et devient un candidat sérieux aux premiers rôles dans un autre sport - la course au large. Tombé dans le ski tout petit, il vise les JO de 2002 en saut à skis, avant de bifurquer vers le freeride : pendant une dizaine d'années, il fait partie des cadors du circuit, avec deux titres de champon du monde (2009-2011) et quatre victoires à l'Xtreme de Verbier (record en cours). Mais en 2007, il croise la route d'Adrien Hardy, alors ministe, et chope le virus : 4 ans plus tard, il est au départ de la Mini Transat. Pendant de nombreuses années, il court en saisonnier : l'hiver à la montagne, l'été en mer, enchaîne les transats (Québec-Saint-Malo, Transat Jacques Vabre) et les Tour Voile. Jusqu'à ce qu'en 2020, il convainque Crosscall de se lancer dans la construction d'un Class40 dernière génération. Avec son plan Lombard Lift V2, il s'installe en deux saisons dans le top 10 de la classe. Après la déception d'un démâtage dans la Route du Rhum 2022, il vise une belle perf sur la Transat Jacques Vabre avec un certain Vincent Riou. Avant de revenir au solo en 2024 sur la Transat CIC. Et de rêver à un prochain Vendée Globe... Même si, comme il le répète, "il n'est pas d'ici", le montagnard a largement conquis ses galons de marin. Diffusé le 8 septembre 2023 Générique : In Closing – Days Past Post-production : Grégoire Levillain
This week we welcome back return guest Preet Banerjee, a renowned speaker, personal finance expert, consultant, and author of Stop Overthinking Your Money. Listeners may remember Preet from his previous appearance on the show back in 2019 when he was first embarking on his doctoral journey. Several years and one pandemic later, Preet has finally made it through the monumental task of completing his dissertation! We spend today's conversation with Preet getting into the fascinating details of his research which interrogates the value of financial advice within households and explores the pressing question of whether it's worth getting it. Preet provides a comprehensive overview of the current state of financial planning and shares his most intriguing findings before unpacking the policy and regulatory recommendations that emerge from his research. The latter part of the show includes our Mark to Market segment with Mark McGrath, where this week, he delivers key insights on retirement savings plans (RSPs) and why he believes RSPs are actually tax-free. You'll also hear our reflection on our past conversation with Colonel Chris Hadfield, paired with a book review of Kevin Kelly's Excellent Advice for Living: Wisdom I Wish I'd Known Earlier. Join us for an expansive episode on the value of financial advice along with timely insights on what truly matters in life! Key Points From This Episode: (0:03:34) Background on today's guest, Preet Banerjee, and the focus of his research: the value of financial advice to households and whether it's worth getting it. (0:06:29) Key problems with past research attempting to demonstrate the value of financial advice (including the portfolio-centric advice model). (0:10:47) A review of the existing literature on the value of financial advice; the gap in the literature that his research is addressing. (0:16:27) How Preet measured holistic wealth scores and comprehensive financial confidence in his research and the dataset he based his research on. (0:21:26) What Preet took into account to determine who were DIY investors within his sample and which advice channels they use. (0:28:27) The study of financial planning, shortcomings within the field, and some of the positive developments in recent years. (0:30:00) Informative takeaways regarding advice channels, investable assets, and having a financial plan. (0:36:30) How Preet approached his data, the progressive regression model he developed, and what it demonstrates about key topics in his research. (0:47:36) How wealth allows you to access better financial advice versus the options available to you if you're in the mass market. (0:49:48) Learn about the policy and regulatory recommendations that emerge from Preet's research. (0:56:04) Preet's advice to listeners and DIY investors and what's next for his research. (01:05:17) Our Mark to Market segment with Mark McGrath and his insights of everything you need to know about retirement savings plans (RSPs). (01:18:02) A recap and review of Episode 266 where we talk with Colonel Chris Hadfield and why it's worth the listen. (01:20:39) Hear our review of the book, Excellent Advice for Living: Wisdom I Wish I'd Known Earlier by Kevin Kelly. (01:25:34) Our after-show section; Find out what we have coming up and how to attend our upcoming meet and greet. Join our live event “Finding and Funding a Good Life”: https://us06web.zoom.us/webinar/register/8516942588679/WN_gv6EVyCCRpaXCrnWAZUrLA Links From Today's Episode: Preet Banerjee — https://www.preetbanerjee.com/ Preet Banerjee on LinkedIn — https://www.linkedin.com/in/preetbanerjee/ Preet Banerjee on X — https://twitter.com/preetbanerjee Preet Banerjee on YouTube — https://www.youtube.com/c/preetbanerjee Preet Banerjee at The Globe and Mail — https://www.theglobeandmail.com/authors/preet-banerjee/ Episode 53: Preet Banerjee — https://rationalreminder.ca/podcast/53 Episode 226: Colonel Chris Hadfield — https://rationalreminder.ca/podcast/226 Excellent Advice for Living: Wisdom I Wish I'd Known Earlier — https://www.amazon.com/Excellent-Advice-Living-Wisdom-Earlier/dp/0593654528 Episode 232: Dr. Annamaria Lusardi — https://rationalreminder.ca/podcast/232 Episode 188: Prof. Ayelet Fishbach — https://rationalreminder.ca/podcast/188 Episode 224: Prof. Scott Cederburg — https://rationalreminder.ca/podcast/224 Rational Reminder Continuing Education — learn.rationalreminder.ca Rational Reminder on iTunes — https://itunes.apple.com/ca/podcast/the-rational-reminder-podcast/id1426530582. 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Embarking on a real estate journey can feel like stepping into uncharted waters, and we've all been there: that burning question lingering in the back of your mind, "Is now the right time for a game-changing pivot?" The path to success is filled with twists and turns, and in this minisode of the Real Estate InvestHER Show, hosts Liz and Andressa divulge their own ups and downs while scaling in the industry. From the allure of new acquisitions to the power of stabilizing current assets, they lay out the secrets of a well-thought-out business plan that can make or break your venture. Join Liz and Andressa as they liken real estate journeys to captivating dramas, where every mistake becomes a valuable learning opportunity. Discover the 5 critical steps to fuel your self-analysis and strategic planning, avoiding the shiny object syndrome and making a pivot with purpose. Whether you're exploring new avenues or reinforcing existing ones, this episode equips you with practical tools to navigate market fluctuations and secure your spot among successful investors. Stay tuned to unlock the secrets of accelerating stabilization, mastering property management, and becoming a true connoisseur of real estate! "If you don't actually manage and maximize and stabilize your current asset, you're doing a disservice to yourself, from a financial perspective and from a revenue perspective." (02:03 - 02:15) "You become successful in this business when you're able to rinse and repeat with less time, with less money, and with more ease. That's what scaling is really all about.” (04:33 - 04:41) "I think this business is so much heavier on the management side than the acquisition side, to be honest. The management piece is really where you make or lose." (07:44 - 07:56) How To Join the InvestHER Movement InvestHER CON 2024 Austin, TX Omni Barton Creek Resort June 3-4 - "ALL IN – It's Time to Thrive” Here is what you can expect at InvestHER CON 2024: Pre-event network, 2 full days of transformational experiences, access to over 20 Sessions with Keynotes and Speakers, recordings from all sessions, access to investors, mentors, and influencers, mindful networking, opportunities to connect with our sponsors + vendors, coffee and lunch included, Final Reception: Red Party, Live 30-day Group Accountability Virtual Session with the Founders Liz and Andresa, Exclusive Breakfast for STRIVE members only. "InvestHer CON was truly a transformative experience. I have felt so alone for so long and now I feel like I have a community of support. I don't have to be the master of everything and take it all on my shoulders, I just have to do what I am excellent at." - Heather Giammichele Join us in. Get your ticket today https://www.therealestateinvesther.com/investhercon 2) InvestHER Community on Facebook : a safe place for women to ask real estate investing questions and gain the support they need to achieve their goals! 3)STRIVE Membership - for highly ambitious and decisive Real Estate investors looking to grow your Real Estate portfolio on your own terms while making deeper relationships with successful women playing at the same level. APPLY today at https://www.therealestateinvesther.com/membership 4) InvestHER Meetups Around the Globe : attend in-person meetings held monthly by experienced InvestHER Leaders! Find the location near you: https://www.therealestateinvesther.com/investhercon 5)The Real Estate InvestHER Podcast - straight talk and inspiration for current and aspiring female real estate investors to live both balanced and financially free lives. Subscribe here: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-real-estate-investher-show/id1346815972 6)InvestHER™ ORG with eXp : all-woman investment group for agents and build your personal portfolio while creating generational wealth! Get the benefits of being part of a team without extra fees! Schedule a discovery call: https://www.therealestateinvesther.com/investherorg Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Rich Zeoli Show- Hour 1: On Wednesday, Senator Mitch McConnell (R-KY) seemingly froze while taking questions during a press conference. His doctor stated that McConnell is “medically clear” and is permitted to continue working—explaining that it was simply a case of lightheadedness. Philadelphia progressives want to raise the age of adulthood to 25-years-old for prosecutorial purposes. According to Randall Chase of the Associated Press, “a federal judge in Delaware ordered prosecutors and defense attorneys on Thursday to provide a status report regarding a felony gun charge against Hunter Biden. Judge Maryellen Noreika directed lawyers to provide the report by next Wednesday, including any steps they believe the court needs to take.” You can read the full report here: https://apnews.com/article/hunter-biden-joe-biden-burisma-plea-deal-taxes-guns-drugs-5887025e2caefef9bb5ddb23b69820e8 S.A. McCarthy—contributing writer at RealClearInvestigations—joins The Rich Zeoli Show to discuss his latest editorial “Woke U.S. Diplomacy: Not 100% Popular Around the Globe, Nor at Home.” You can read the full article here: https://www.realclearinvestigations.com/articles/2023/08/29/woke_diplomacy_is_not_americas_most_popular_export_975361.html
The Rich Zeoli Show- Full Episode (08/31/2023): 3:05pm- On Wednesday, Senator Mitch McConnell (R-KY) seemingly froze while taking questions during a press conference. His doctor stated that McConnell is “medically clear” and is permitted to continue working—explaining that it was simply a case of lightheadedness. 3:15pm- Philadelphia progressives want to raise the age of adulthood to 25-years-old for prosecutorial purposes. 3:30pm- According to Randall Chase of the Associated Press, “a federal judge in Delaware ordered prosecutors and defense attorneys on Thursday to provide a status report regarding a felony gun charge against Hunter Biden. Judge Maryellen Noreika directed lawyers to provide the report by next Wednesday, including any steps they believe the court needs to take.” You can read the full report here: https://apnews.com/article/hunter-biden-joe-biden-burisma-plea-deal-taxes-guns-drugs-5887025e2caefef9bb5ddb23b69820e8 3:45pm- S.A. McCarthy—contributing writer at RealClearInvestigations—joins The Rich Zeoli Show to discuss his latest editorial “Woke U.S. Diplomacy: Not 100% Popular Around the Globe, Nor at Home.” You can read the full article here: https://www.realclearinvestigations.com/articles/2023/08/29/woke_diplomacy_is_not_americas_most_popular_export_975361.html 4:05pm- While speaking from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) headquarters in Washington D.C., President Joe Biden seemingly conceded the U.S. Southern border is not secured. He explained that his administration requires $15 billion in additional funding in order to equip border officials with the necessary equipment and technology to prevent illegal crossings and drug smuggling. 4:20pm- According to an article from Jack Morphet and Alex Oliveira from The New York Post write that a “controversial” shop teacher who wears giant, novelty-sized “Z-cup prosthetic breasts” has been offered a new job at a Canadian public school—leaving parents outraged. You can read more here: https://nypost.com/2023/08/28/teacher-kayla-lemieux-seen-in-new-pic-with-z-cup-fake-boobs/ 4:35pm- Former NCAA award-winning swimmer Riley Gaines mocked Keith Olbermann after the far-left podcaster claimed she “sucked at swimming.” Gaines shared a video displaying numerous trophies she won while competing collegiately, including an SEC trophy for “Female Scholar-Athlete of the Year” and an Olympic Trials qualifier award. 4:45pm- James O'Keefe Media Group released a new video of Livingston, New Jersey police and school board officials referring to investigative journalists as “Trumpish” and questioning their rights as reporters. 5:00pm- The Drive at 5: Is Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer (D) planning a run for President? 5:10pm- A customer at a restaurant in Beaverton, Oregon was hit with a $15 “a**hole” tax on his dinner bill. Or was he? 5:15pm- While speaking from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) headquarters in Washington D.C., President Joe Biden blamed climate change for Hurricane Idalia. 5:20pm- According to Addison Smith of Just the News, a global coalition of more than 1,600 scientists—including several Nobel laureates—have formally declared that “there is no climate emergency” and that drastic attempts by government to reach net-zero emissions would have harmful effects. You can read the full article here: https://justthenews.com/politics-policy/environment/more-1600-scientists-including-nobel-laureates-declare-climate-crisis 5:30pm- The Afternoon Mystery Movie Clip: Henry plays the shortest clip in the history of the segment—“iceberg dead ahead!” 5:45pm- Chess prodigy Hans Niemann has been cleared of incredibly bizarre cheating allegations that involved placing “vibrating beads” in a very BAD place to communicate moves. 5:50pm- On Wednesday night, former president Donald Trump posted numerous videos to Truth Social calling out President Joe Biden for not cooperating with an investigation into his family's ties to foreign businesses. 6:05pm- Philadelphia progressives want to raise the age of adulthood to 25-years-old for prosecutorial purposes. 6:30pm- BAD OP-ED: In her latest piece for The Los Angeles Times, Lisa Mascaro warns that conservative groups are planning to “dismantle the U.S. government” if Donald Trump wins the 2024 presidential election. 6:45pm- Victor Nava of The New York Post writes, “The National Archives and Records Administration has admitted that it is in possession of nearly 5,400 emails, electronic records and documents that potentially show President Biden using a pseudonym during his vice presidency… NARA confirmed the existence of the trove in response to a June 2022 Freedom of Information Act request by the Southeastern Legal Foundation, a nonprofit constitutional legal group.” Nava continues: “The request sought emails pertaining to the accounts of Robin Ware, Robert L. Peters and JRB Ware—pseudonyms the 80-year-old president was known to use in the White House during his time as President Barack Obama's vice president.” You can read Nava's full article here: https://nypost.com/2023/08/28/national-archives-admits-it-has-5400-biden-pseudonym-emails/