John Canzano talks with Robert Kuwada of the Fresno Bee about Fresno State's upcoming matchup against the Oregon Ducks. Then Timbers and Thorns President Mike Golub discusses the decision to require vaccinations for attendance to all Timbers and Thorns matches. Finally Darren Rovell of the Action Network discusses sports memorabilia collecting. We also play the 2@2, and more. Subscribe NOW to this podcast for more great content. Follow @JohnCanzanoBFT on Twitter
John Canzano talks with Mike Golub, President of the Portland Timbers and Portland Thorns. Golub has spent time in an MLB front office, NBA front office, with an NHL franchise, and now with a couple professional soccer franchises. Canzano asks Golub what drove the decision for the Timbers and Thorns to require vaccination or a negative PCR test to attend games, if they've received any blow back from fans, how vaccination status is being checked, what it was like working with David Stern in the NBA, what he learned in the NHL with the New York Rangers, what got him into crossword puzzles, and much more. Subscribe NOW to this podcast for more great content. Follow @JohnCanzanoBFT on Twitter.
Making the choice to succeed is what has guided Aaron Golub from a young age. He was born with no vision in his right eye and limited vision in the left one, but he didn't want this to limit his potential. On the contrary, he decided that he never wanted to settle with being average and that he needed to achieve something greater. The post Aaron Golub, Making the Choice to Succeed (#183) first appeared on Mike Malatesta.
Aaron Golub joins #Clockedin with Jordan Edwards and discusses how a adversity does not define us and through his story shows how it makes us stronger. Aaron became the first legally blind athlete to play football in a Division 1 game when he was at Tulane University. He was a captain in his senior year, and went on to also become an NFL free agent. Aaron never let his limited vision get in the way of his success. Aaron's grit, determination and effort enabled him to earn a spot on the Tulane team, and the respect of his teammates, coaches and fans. Aaron began playing football in seventh grade and worked extremely hard to get where he is today. His goal is to show others that it doesn't matter what they are fighting or what their perceived limitations are; anything is achievable with hard work and tuning out the judgment of others. His planning, passion and perseverance enables him to be successful. Aaron has paved the way for others with disabilities, and shown that the impossible is possible. Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/aaronjgolub/Website: https://www.aarongolub.com/Hope you find value in this. If so please provide a 5-star and drop a review. Complimentary Edwards Consulting Session: https://calendly.com/jordan-555/coaching-call
Aaron Golub became the first legally blind athlete to play football in a Division 1 game when he was at Tulane University. He was a captain in his senior year, and went on to also become an NFL free agent. Aaron never let his limited vision get in the way of his success. Aaron's grit, determination and effort enabled him to earn a spot on the Tulane team, and the respect of his teammates, coaches and fans. Aaron began playing football in seventh grade and worked extremely hard to get where he is today. His goal is to show others that it doesn't matter what they are fighting or what their perceived limitations are; anything is achievable with hard work and tuning out the judgment of others. His planning, passion and perseverance enables him to be successful. Aaron has paved the way for others with disabilities, and shown that the impossible is possible. Don't miss out on Growth Now Summit LIVE! Grab Your Tickets Today! Are you ready to get your message heard? Are you ready to make an impact in the world, all while growing your business and your brand? Grab the Purpose Driven Podcaster Masterclass NOW!
247й выпуск транспати подкаста. Скачивайте, слушайте, коментируйте :) С уважением, Виталий Голуб. 01 - BarWall - Galactika (Extended Mix) [2Rock Recordings] 02 - Eldream & Mark Wild - Apocalypto (Extended Mix) [Suanda Base] 03 - ThoBa - Laberintum (Original Mix) [Fade In Music] 04 - ANDO - The Moment (Extended Mix) [Suanda Base] 05 - Aviell & Alternoize DJ feat. Zoey - Wake Up (Aimoon Remix) [Entrancing Music] 06 - Oskah - Blame Game (DRYM Extended Remix) [Reaching Altitude] 07 - Alessandra Roncone - Feel The Trance Energy (Ter Anthem) (Extended Mix) 08 - Alex Al Onions - Golden Times (Extended Mix) [Neostatics Sounds] 09 - Diarent - Fly away (Original Mix) [Nahawand Recordings] 10 - NyTiGen & Trance Reserve - Andromeda (WSS Remix) [Neostatics Sounds] 11 - Dreamy & Daniel Kandi & Temple One - When You Saved My Life (Extended Mix) [Always Alive Recordings] 12 - Craig Connelly feat. Megan McDuffee - Keep Me Believing (Niki Sato Extended Remix) [Higher Forces] 13 - Jhonny Vergel - Life's Path (Extended Mix) [Redux 138] 14 - Fisical Project – Spectrum (Extended DJ Mix) 15 - Key Lean - Inspiring Asturias (Extended Mix) [Interplay Records] 16 - Miroslav Vrlik - Activate (Extended Mix) [Full On 140 Records] 17 - Spectral & Claire Willis - Losing Each Other (Extended Vocal Mix) [Extrema Global Music] 18 - Robert Curtis - Reflections (Extended Mix) [Always Alive Recordings] 19 - Vladislav Vasilchuk - Aircraft (Original Mix) [SaberWave Recordings] 20 - Terra V. – Ready (Daniel Cesana Extended Remix) 21 - Ramin Arab - Blackout (Extended Mix) [InfraRed] 22 - Trance Classics & Fenna Day - Crossroad (Extended Mix) 23 - Andy Jornee feat. Victoriya - Midnight Hour (Extended Mix) [TAR138] 24 - Shedona - Polkatorju (Extended Mix) [State Control Records]
The amount of data created has doubled every year, presenting a host of challenges for organizations: security and privacy issues for starters, but also storage costs. What situations call for that data move to decentralized cloud storage rather than on-prem or even a single public cloud storage setup? What are the advantages and challenges of a decentralized cloud storage solution for data, and how can those be navigated?On this episode of Makers, the New Stack podcast, Ben Golub, CEO of Storj, and Krista Spriggs, software engineering manager at the company, were joined by Alex Williams, founder and publisher of The New Stack, along with Heather Joslyn, TNS' features editor. Golub and Spriggs talked about how decentralized storage for data makes sense for organizations concerned about cloud costs, security, and resiliency.
246й выпуск транспати подкаста. Скачивайте, слушайте, коментируйте :) С уважением, Виталий Голуб. 01 - Envio - Time To Say Goodbye (South Of The Stars Extended Remix) [Who's Afraid Of 138] 02 - Technikal Nicholson - System Shock (Dan Thompson Remix) [Tidy Two] 03 - EnerLift - Damnation (Extended Mix) [Redux 138] 04 - Steve Dekay F.G. Noise - Hydra (Extended Mix) [Regenerate Records] 05 - Tranceye - The Shadow Man (Original Mix) [Not on Label] 06 - Giuseppe Ottaviani - Lumina (Fisical Project Extended Remix) [GO MUSIC] 07 - Heatbeat - Fire (Extended Mix) [Critical State] 08 - Inrayzex - In The Ocean (Extended Mix) [Silent Shore Records] 09 - Simon Lee & Alvin - OVLD (Extended Mix) [Suanda Music] 10 - Envio - Touched by The Sun (SkyTemple Rework 2020) [Not on Label] 11 - Talla 2XLC & Cristina Novelli - I've Been Gone So Long (Extended Mix) [That's Trance] 12 - Alternate High & Lyd14 - Stay Alive (Extended Mix) [State Vision] 13 - Aran 2united - Aurora (Original Mix) [TranceSpain] 14 - Ryan K - Rivazza (Extended Mix) [Always Alive Recordings] 15 - KINETICA - Over & Out (Extended) [High Voltage Recordings] 16 - Iberian - Space Lead (Extended Mix) [Sundance Recordings] 17 - XiJaro & Pitch - Sic Parvis Magna (Extended Mix) [Zyx Trance] 18 - Escea - The Day You Left (EnerLift Extended Remix) [Beyond The Stars Recordings] 19 - Asteroid - Home (Extended Mix) [Afterdark] 20 - Andrea Ribeca - Perseverance (Extended Mix) 21 - Ralphie B - Massive (Daniel Cesana Rework) [Not on label] 22 - N-sKing - Hope For Escape (Extended Mix) [Digital Euphoria Recordings] 23 - Miroslav Vrlik & Dave Steward - Orbit (Extended Mix) [Suanda Music] 24 - Aly & Fila with Deirdre McLaughlin - Gravity (Daxson Extended Remix)
In this episode, we have a guest who I'd say is one of the best examples of strength and courage. Someone who was born with a disability that others could've easily used as an excuse to stay stuck. We are joined by a keynote speaker and host of the Blind Ambition Podcast, Aaron Golub. Tune in to listen to a very inspiring story of hope, determination, and a strong sense of self-belief. Aaron became the first legally blind athlete to play football in a Division 1 game when he was at Tulane University. He was a captain in his senior year and went on to become an NFL free agent. Aaron never let his limited vision get in the way of his success. His grit, determination and effort enabled him to earn a spot on the Tulane team, and the respect of his teammates, coaches and fans. Aaron Golub delivers inspiring and actionable keynotes to drive breakthrough performance through change and challenge. Reach out to Aaron: Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Web: www.aarongolub.com Blind Ambition with Aaron Golub: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/blind-ambition-with-aaron-golub/id1524309460 Show notes: [1:52] Who is Aaron Golub and on being legally blind [3:12] How and why did he want to play football? [5:14] How Aaron had to work extra harder than most to be successful? [6:26] Did Aaron use his disability as an excuse not to move forward? [7:39] How did he find his football exposure? [9:21] Aaron Golub as a speaker and how he keeps himself motivated [12:41] What the future looks like for Aaron? [16:25] Let's talk about Aaron's podcast: Blind Ambition [18:44] Diving into financial tools [19:45] Where to find more of Aaron Golub [20:14] How do you not get stuck? [22:07] Outro Straight Talk No Sugar Added with Neena Perez is a podcast that discusses real-life topics, tools and tips on how to challenge and transform your thinking with no sugar added. Hope you will go on the journey with us as we grow, fail and get back up. https://linktr.ee/Neenaperez
245й выпуск транспати подкаста. Скачивайте, слушайте, коментируйте :) С уважением, Виталий Голуб. 01 - Universal Frequency - Tell Me When It Hz (Extended Mix) [Pure Trance NEON] 02 - Spaceline & U-Mount - Replicant (Extended Mix) [We Are Trance] 03 - Belokrinitsky pres. Onstream89 - The Winter (Original Mix) [Entrancing Music] 04 - Rene Ablaze cari - Save Ourselves (Extended Mix) [Nocturnal Knights Music] 05 - Yuri Yavorovskiy Feat. Irina Fox - Freedom Of Life (Original Mix) [YAVOROVSKIY RECORDINGS] 06 - Sunlounger Susie Ledge - Sail Away (Roger Shah & Yelow Extended Remix) [FSOE] 07 - Henry Caster - Neon (Original Mix) [Progressive Vibes Dark] 08 - AstroFegs - Merekara (Rene Ablaze extended remix) [Nocturnal Knights Reworked] 09 - Digital X & Abstract Vision ft. Sander van Doorn Martin Garrix DVBBS ft. Aleesia - Gold Skies (Dj EvoLexX Mashup) [Not On Label] 10 - Klubbingman Andy Jay Powell - Reach Your Freedom (Savon & Frankforce One extended mix) [Klubbstyle Germany] 11 - POINoir - Fight To Freedom (Original Mix) [Mixupload Recordings] 12 - Arctic Ocean - Stargazing (Extended Mix) [Kinected Recordings] 13 - Giuseppe Ottaviani & Cari - Beautiful (Extended Mix) [Armind] 14 - Ben van Gosh - Exoplanet (Original Mix) [Aural Sonic 138] 15 - JUKKA meets Alive&Silent - Raptor (Alive&Silent Edit) [Alive&Silent] 16 - Adam Elliott - Twisted (Extended Mix) [Kinected] 17 - Cygnus X - Superstring (Inversed Remake) [Not on label] 18 - Independent Art - Forsaken (Gayax Remix) [Ultima Audio] 19 - STNX & Terra V. - Galaxus (Extended Mix) [We Are Trance] 20 - FAWZY & Daniel Kandi & Nick V - Harmony (Extended DJ Mix) [Always Alive Recordings] 21 - NG Rezonance - Nebula (Extended Mix) [Defiant Digital] 22 - Ram - RAMbulance (Tempo Giusto Extended Remix) [Nocturnal Knights Reworked] 23 - David Nimmo - The Golden Ticket (Extended Mix) [Nocturnal Knights Fusion] 24 - Bixx, Yoshi & Razner & Sue McLaren - Still We Rise (Extended Mix)
244й выпуск транспати подкаста. Скачивайте, слушайте, коментируйте :) С уважением, Виталий Голуб. 01 - Ancient Umbra Feat. Diana Melnik - No More (Original Mix) 02 - Frainbreeze - Interstellar (Extended Mix) [Suanda Music] 03 - Woti Trela - Immersed In The Light (Original Mix) [Addictive Sounds] 04 - Cquenz - Distant Memory (Extended Mix) [Ablazing Records] 05 - Specific Slice - Pandemonium (Original Mix) [COF Recordings] 06 - Lost Witness & EMEL - Now (Extended Mix) [2Rock Recordings] 07 - Smr Lve & That Girl - Need Somebody (Extended Mix) 08 - Binary Finary & Lele Troniq feat. Christina Novelli - Waiting For The Sun (C-Systems Extended Emotional Remix) [Digital Society Recordings] 09 - Ben van Gosh - Feel Free (Mhammed El Alami Remix) [Aural Sonic 138] 10 - Atragun - Our Universe (Pierre Pienaar Remix) [Sub.Mission Recordings] 11 - Dj-Elven & Emmy & Neroun - Evolution 69 (Yeiskomp 013) (Neroun Remix) [Yeiskomp Records] 12 - Jameson Tullar & Annabelle Hayes & NyTiGen & Ruslan Borisov - Dreaming (Yeiskomp 013) (NyTiGen & Ruslan Borisov Remix) [Yeiskomp Records] 13 - Dmitriy Osipov - Aquarius (Original Mix) [Yeiskomp Records] 14 - DJ T.H. Natalie Gioia Talla 2XLC - Euphoria (Talla 2XLC Extended Remix) [Interplay Records] 15 - Ciro Visone & Frank Watson - Boundaries Of Life (Extended Mix) [State Vision] 16 - Jedmar - Hidden Man (Nth Factor Remix) [Nahawand Recordings] 17 - Ronski Speed Feat. Linnea Schossow - Set Me To Light (Daniel Kandi Extended Remix) 18 - Ula - Kurama (Andy Elliass Remix) [Sub.Mission Recordings] 19 - Miroslav Vrlik & Dave Steward - Falling Down (Extended Mix) [Suanda Dark] 20 - STNX - Nazk (Extended Mix) [Redux Fantasy] 21 - Nick Sparkle - Sansara (Extended Mix) [Neostatics Sounds] 22 - Skilsara & Hunter UT - The Mystery (Extended Mix) [We Are Trance] 23 - Static Movement Vs Relaz & Psymurai - I Am (Original Mix) 24 - Asteroid R-TEC - Nobu (Extended Mix) [Regenerate] 25 - Petr Vojacek & Paul Steiner - New Vision (Extended Mix) [TAR138]
243й выпуск транспати подкаста. Скачивайте, слушайте, коментируйте :) С уважением, Виталий Голуб. 01 - Marc Ward - Runner (Extended Mix) [Phoenix Recordings] 02 - WSS with Ash K & Junior - Endeavor (Sunset Remix) [Nahawand Recordings] 03 - Andy Jornee - My Sunlight (U7FutureTrance) [Universe7] 04 - Ravest Hard - Secret Star (ReOrder Remix) [Entrancing Music] 05 - Davey Asprey - Confusion (Extended Mix) [Damaged] 06 - Victor Special - Veronica's Diary (Original Mix) [Shamania Music] 07 - A.R.D.I. - The Road To Freedom (Extended Mix) [Interplay Records] 08 - ShortWave - Karamay (Original Mix) [TAR138] 09 - Sandro Mireno & Jan Miller - Here Comes The Rain (Extended Mix) [Abora Recordings] 10 - Ismael First - 2K (Extended Mix) [Alveda Liquid] 11 - Ram Allen Watts - Colosseum (Extended Mix) [Nocturnal Knights Music] 12 - Billie Eilish - Your Power (Final Flight Remix) [Not on label] 13 - Henry Moe - Apollo (Extended Mix) [Monster Neos] 14 - Renegade System - Warlock (Original Mix) [ARD 128] 15 - James Dust & Alternate High - Back to the Mountains (Extended Mix) [WeAreTrance] 16 - Kaimo K & Elara - Start Again (Extended Mix) 17 - Kenny Palmer - Well of Eternity (Extended Mix) [Nocturnal Knights Music] 18 - Renegade System - In Silence (Original Mix) [Mass] 19 - Mark L2K - Wonderland (Extended Mix) [Ablazing Records] 20 - Chris Connolly - Smiling Tears (Granz Enemy Remix) [Alter Ego Records] 21 - Paul Denton - Eriu (Extended Mix) [FSOE] 22 - Jak Aggas & Elles de Graaf - In My Arms (Extended Mix) 23 - Yoshi & Razner - A New Beginning (Extended Mix) [ZYX Trance] 24 - Tommy Kierland - Water Witches (Extended Mix) [Abora Music Compilations]
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Find more about Aaron Golub and his projects in the links below:Website: https://www.aarongolub.com/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/aaronjgolub/Twitter: https://twitter.com/aaronjgolubLinkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/aaron-golub-33b22aa8/Check out his Podcast "Blind Ambition" on:Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/blind-ambition-with-aaron-golub/id1524309460Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/1oZTShfyhPn3Hvg8ZAaQgZAaron Golub became the first legally blind athlete to play football in a Division 1 game when he was at Tulane University. He was a captain in his senior year, and went on to also become an NFL free agent. Our guest had never let his limited vision get in the way of his success. His grit, determination and effort enabled him to earn a spot on the Tulane team, and the respect of his teammates, coaches and fans. Aaron began playing football in seventh grade and worked extremely hard to get where he is today. His goal is to show others that it doesn’t matter what they are fighting or what their perceived limitations are; anything is achievable with hard work and tuning out the judgment of others. His planning, passion and perseverance enables him to be successful. He has paved the way for others with disabilities, and shown that the impossible is possible. Subscribe and Follow the podcast for updates on:Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6eM...Website: https://www.thefirstgenerationspodcast.com/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/FirstGenera...
Jonathan Golub, Credit Suisse Securities Chief U.S. Equity Strategist & Head of Quantitative Research, explains why his firm raised their target for the S&P 500 to 4,600. Bruce Kasman, JPMorgan Chief Economist & Head of Global Economic Research, says the U.S. economy is in the midst of a boom and Europe is about to join it. Dana Peterson, Conference Board Chief Economist says most inflation will be transitory, but some is here to stay. Howard Forman, Yale University Professor of Radiology, Economics and Public Health, discusses the irrational fear around coronavirus in the U.S. despite high vaccination rate.
Dharma Talk by Kagen Leo Golub, senior member of HZC, chair of finance committee. Leo is also a financial advisor and parent. He is devoted to caring for the land.
In this episode of the Aww Shift Podcast, our guest is Aaron Golub. He is a motivational speaker and became the first legally blind athlete to play football in a Division 1 game when he was at Tulane University. He was a captain in his senior year and went on to also become an NFL free agent. Aaron never let his limited vision get in the way of his success. Aaron’s grit, determination, and effort enabled him to earn a spot on the Tulane team, and the respect of his teammates, coaches, and fans. His planning, passion, and perseverance enabled him to be successful. Today, he will share with us how his work ethic made him overcome the challenges in his life and how he made the impossible, possible. [3:57] Why should we listen to you? I faced a lot of obstacles in my life and I find ways to persevere and overcome all of them. I don't care about other people’s opinions, and it's something that allowed me to achieve the goals that I've set forth for myself in the past, and hopefully will allow me to achieve the goals that I have in the future. [5:02] Valuing your own Opinion I care about opinions in the sense of respecting everyone's opinions. I love constructive criticism. I respect everyone’s opinions but the only opinion that I truly value is my own. [5:27] Your own opinion is the only thing that matters. That’s the only one that you really should value. You should respect everyone's opinion, take advice from others, have constructive criticism, but at the end of the day, you only need to value your own. [6:13] What’s different about you? I think the biggest thing is that people don't understand what it means to work hard or persevere or be the hardest working person in the room. [6:40] I was the hardest working person on my team and I think that everyone around me at that time would agree. [6:58] Hard work and Perseverance are doing things when no one else is around or when no one else has any idea what you're doing. Doing things that you don't want to do. [7:52] Hard Work I think it probably built up. I started playing football in seventh grade. In the beginning, I wasn't good. I was terrible. [8:30] It was the intensity and practicing long snapping every morning. I want to be a starter and play in college, I want to do all this. I had to develop a plan and outwork everyone if I want to be as good as them. I had a lot of obstacles and something just clicked and I wanted more for myself. [9:21] Aaron’s Disability I was born legally blind. It shifted little variances when I was younger. It's pretty steady now, but not getting any better or worse. I have no vision in my right eye and very limited in my left [10:04] I have a hereditary disease called Peters Anomaly, which is very rare. And I was fortunate when I was an infant, that through surgeries, they were able to save my left eye from going completely blind, and still gave me some vision. So I'm very fortunate about that, but it is something I was born with and less with my entire life. [10:56] Did it scare you to play football because of your disability? I wore a visor because my blindness was a concern. I wear a clear visor most of the time, and I was the only college football player allowed to wear a tinted visor. We had to get it specially approved because it's like glare with the sun on my eye. [11:37] Playing at Tulane University I loved it. I'm from Boston, Massachusetts so it was a very different culture shift, but I enjoyed it. Everything about Louisiana, about New Orleans, about playing at that school was awesome whether it be the teammates, the camaraderie, the fans, or the culture of the city, It is such a great environment. [12:19] Where do you live now? I'm back in Boston now. I moved around a little after college. I left New Orleans and moved to DC to work but I didn't enjoy what I was doing so I came back to Boston and was able to network my way back into a role that I love up here. I think that a skill I learned through football and through my years is the ability to network and create relationships. [13:15] What do you speak about to your audiences? I speak to whether it be sports teams, college, or pro things, sometimes it would be companies, events, or nonprofits. I've spoken to a wide range of people and it depends. I speak on topics whether it be perseverance, overcoming obstacles, the topic of things in life happening, the value of creating a plan, and following through. [14:06] If someone wants me to talk about something and shifts my speech, I'm going to do it. I'm not going to lose the opportunity because I can't talk about something. I'm going to sit down and rewrite a speech and make it work so I can work with them. [14:41] What do you foresee for your life The biggest thing for me is I want to impact people daily. I want to help others and create relationships. That's my goal. And the biggest thing that I think that others can use from there is to create a routine and create things that you do every day. Things that help push the needle forward no matter how small it is and persevere through the challenges. [15:44] I want to be one of the most well known and sought after speakers in the world. I'm not there yet. I'm nowhere near that but I think with my work ethic and my determination, I'll get there in the future. I just need to keep following the process and look up to people and others that I've been connected to. [16:19] Why did you choose Football? I’ve always loved football. I played some other sports recreationally growing up, like basketball and baseball when I was a little kid, but that didn't work out too well. [17:50] Teammates I took the approach of needing to prove myself. I needed to earn the respect of my teammates and coaches. And that's what I did, and they saw that I worked hard on the field, in the classroom, in the weight room, and I was a true friend, [18:10] I would go to bars with my teammates. I would have fun. I would go to parties. It wasn't a strict thing. I built that relationship with my teammates, and because of that, we became very close and they were all supportive and happy to do whatever they could to help me succeed. [19:05] Who are the people that supported you? My parents were always very helpful and supportive. My dad was a big role in me playing football in college. He would never ask if I wanted to go snap, but if I asked if we can go to school in the morning and snap? He would always say yes, and he would always get up and go with me and catch my balls because he would never ask me to do it. If I wanted to put in the work in the effort, he would go with me and help me succeed. [19:38] My sister has always been phenomenal and supportive and helping me with anything I needed. [20:53] What promise did God make to the world when He created you? I think that this person is going to be unique, going to be different. The promise that, if he puts in the hard work, the effort, is patient, does all the right things and follows his dreams, he can be successful and just as successful as anyone else. I think it's not necessarily a promise, but it's a challenge. [21:41] I'm so blessed and thankful that I was born legally blind. I wouldn't change it for anything in the world because it's allowed me to pave the way for others in sports, in business, in life, and meet incredible people, and go to incredible places. I'm thankful that that challenge was put in front of me at birth and I know that if I continue on this path, I'll be extremely successful down the road. Key Quotes: [5:28-5:32] “The only opinion that matters for anyone in this world is their own.” Learn more about Aaron Golub and his inspiring journey on his website at: https://www.aarongolub.com/ Follow Aaron on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/aaronjgolub/
Few if any have experienced the kind of life Aaron Golub has experienced over the course of his lifetime. Make no mistake about it, Aaron doesn't make any excuses or request sympathy for he is a man that takes care of himself.First of all, Aaron had a passion for the sport of football like no one else in the world. Though he's been legally blind all of his life, it doesn't define him. Aaron didn't allow his condition to stop him from pursuing his passion for the game. Aaron is brilliant in that he played football since the tender age of seven and he was able to overcome any weakness by outworking the competition, he arrived early and left late...in other words, Aaron did the work and then some, it has everything to do with perseverance and grit.After graduating from Newton South High School Aaron was being scouted by NCAA Division 1 colleges, however, it was Tulane University that gave Aaron the nod and as a walk-on, he was given the opportunity to be a long snapper for the Green Waves football team.Aaron Golub has the tenacity, fortitude, and determination to achieve anything he sets his mind to and he was called on to long snap the football for his team and he did so with passion and purpose. Golub, history was made when as a sophomore he snapped the football for an extra point after the Green Wave's final touchdown in a 45-31 win over Central Florida.Golub has no vision in his right eye and limited vision in his left eye. During his senior year at Tulane, Aaron was named team captain and it's one of his greatest success stories among many. Not only was Aaron a tremendous football player, but he was also an excellent student. After graduation Aaron became an NFL free agent and was given an opportunity to try out with a few teams, however, he was not picked up to move forward in his football career.Today Aaron Golub works in the financial industry, he's an entrepreneur, speaker, he leads the Blind Ambition Podcast and is great to know and work with. Aaron is an inspiration to many athletes in other sports and his never-give-up attitude is contagious for everyone. When it comes to philosophies in life, Aaron Golub believes all things are possible, just don't give up or quit on yourself, a great philosophy to follow for sure.Encourage your family, friends, and colleagues to listen to Aaron Golub's interview, rate and review it and provide a 5-star rating. Discover more about Aaron at https://bit.ly/3myM1kxHost - Paul Lawrence VannEmail: email@example.comOffice Number (800) 341-6719
In this episode, John talks with Aaron Golub - keynote speaker, financial advisor, host of Blind Ambition podcast, and the first legally blind athlete to participate in an NCAA Division 1 football game. Listen to this episode to learn more: [01:59] - His background [04:01] - His experience of playing at Tulane [04:55] - Becoming an NFL free agent [06:24] - Getting into the world of finance [07:55] - Turning disadvantage to advantage [08:36] - Stages he has been on [11:20] - Things he does to build relationships [12:48] - Time blocking to manage his personal and business life [17:08] - Advice to someone who is struggling in life [18:22] - Being selective for the truth-tellers in your life QUOTES: “I need to put the work the time, the effort that no one else is willing to put in.” “Put in the time, the effort when no one else around is expecting me to do it, and that’s what I have to do to be successful.” “I’m so thankful and blessed and grateful that I was born legally blind. It allowed me to do amazing things and meet incredible people. Because of that, I share my story, tactics, and how I was able to turn my vision into an advantage.” “Being able to be present in your relationships allows you to be present in your work.” “Account for every minute, every day in your schedule you have to build in time for relationships because if you don’t something else is gonna fill that time.” “The biggest issue is people are afraid to take the first step because they are too worried about other people’s opinions.” “If I’m not willing to take advice from you ... Why would I take criticism from you?” “Be very selective in who you choose to have speak truth into your life because how they speak is as important as what they speak.” “You can turn disadvantage to your advantage if you put the right strategy and tactics in place.” USEFUL RESOURCES: https://www.aarongolub.com https://www.facebook.com/aaron.golub.5 https://www.instagram.com/aaronjgolub/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/aaron-golub-33b22aa8/ https://twitter.com/aaronjgolub https://tinyurl.com/BlindAmbitionPodcast CONNECT WITH JOHN Website - https://thejohnhulen.com Clubhouse - https://www.joinclubhouse.com/@johnhulen Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/johnhulen Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/johnhulen Twitter - https://www.twitter.com/johnhulen LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/johnhulen EPISODE CREDITS Intro music provided by Tony Palacios - https://www.instagram.com/tonytonedog/ Outro music provided by Jeff Scheetz - https://jeffscheetz.com/
RUWD welcomes the amazing Aaron Golub who was the first ever BLIND D1 Football player. We will hear Aaron's story of literally moving from the Dark to the Light. Come make sense of how we can achieve anything and be inspired to live a life without limits.
Welcome to Episode #24 of the Trop Rock 101 Podcast. This Episode features a conversation with Howie Golub of the Boat Drunks. Howie is a founding member of the Boat Drunks, a 5 time winner of the TRMA's "Band of the Year" award. Howie plays harmonica, percussion and contributes both lead and backing vocals. Listen in as we talk about the bands long history, songwriting, and much more! The Trop Rock 101 Podcast is available via Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and Podbean. CLICK HERE to donate and support Pirates & Poets CLICK HERE to listen to the Trop Rock 101 Playlist on Spotify.
Contact me at www.BobGalletta.com/call Aaron became the first legally blind athlete to play football in a Division 1 school at Tulane University. He was a captain in his senior year and went on to also become an NFL free agent. Aaron never let his limited vision get in the way of his success. Aaron’s grit, … Continue reading "Blind Ambition – Aaron Golub"
2020 was a year that forced many real estate teams to make major pivots. Dewey Golub, the founder of Found Properties Group, made a difficult decision when the pandemic hit, but it was one that took his team’s profitability to heights he never thought possible. On today’s Real Estate Rockstars, Dewey shares the hardcore pivot that turned 2020 into one of his team’s best years ever and offers advice to agents who are struggling in 2021’s highly competitive markets. Get Instant Access to Hundreds of Free Real Estate Tools Visit hibandigital.com/toolbox Claim Real Estate Discounts, Free Trials, and More Visit hibandigital.com/resources Sponsors Rebus University - Get Over $10,000 in Real Estate Training for as Little as $97 Visit futureofrealestatetraining.com PadHawk - Find Your Market's Best Leads for FREE with a 7-Day Trial Visit padhawk.com Roddy's FLS - Discover Unbeatable Real Estate Deals with a FREE Foreclosure List Visit 4closure.info Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Utilizing Technology To Unstaffed Multifamily Buildings With Neil Golub : Discovering Multifamily Episode 128On this explosive episode of Discovering Multifamily, Neil Golub joins us from New York as an experienced executive in the PropTech industry. We discuss how the multifamily real estate is quickly embracing new technology, what that means for the industry, and how he is able to help bring a new level of service to unstaffed multifamily buildings. Podcast Links: iTunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/discovering-multifamily/id1506820688#episodeGuid=Buzzsprout-3366217 Website: www.redknightproperties.com/media Spotify: https://lnkd.in/gfcVc3p Links/Shout-Outs Mentioned: www.redknightproperties.com - Red Knight Properties Website https://www.linkedin.com/in/neil-golub-4197894/ - Neil Golub Linkedin#financialfreedom #passiveinvesting #activeinvesting #investsmart #investwisely #buildingwealth #multifamily #podcast #Red Knight Properties #Anthony Scandariato #Brian Leonard #investing in real estate #investing in multifamily #investing in syndication
Ivica Fonti, izvršni producent na radiju Golub (Pigeon Radio) govori o utrkama golubova u Australiji, jedinstvenom radijskom programu i humanitarnoj akciji za postradale u potresu u Hrvatskoj.
Aaron Golub is the first legally blind athlete to play football in a Division 1 football game, and he later went on to become a Free Agent in the NFL. Today, he is a motivation speaker, financial advisor, and podcast host of the Blind Ambition podcast. In this episode we talk about the importance of not comparing ourselves to others and how to have a vision & stick to it! Enjoy the episode! Full show notes and resources can be found here: https://parkerkane.co/ Use the promo code "PARKER" to get started on Libsyn for FREE! https://libsyn.com Like this podcast? Please leave an UPBEAT review here -- include your Instagram handle in the review and/or tag me so I can reach out and thank you! Please follow, review, and share with a friend! Thanks for listening!
This episode, SLW interviews Aaron Golub. He is the first legally blind athlete to play in a Division I football game and an ex NFL free agent. We talk about his story, the obstacles he overcame to achieve his goal, and his experience with the NCAA. Aaron goes on to talk about how he is now an inspirational speaker, speaking on forums all over about his story, and discusses his podcast Blind Ambition.
In this episode we explore the world of Parks and Recreation the TV show with Dani Golub. Witness Dani's firsthand encounters with cast members and how Parks and Recreation has transcended the world of television to become a cultural phenomenon.
Aaron became the first legally blind athlete to play football in a Division 1 game when he was at Tulane University. He was a captain in his senior year and went on to also become an NFL free agent. Aaron never let his limited vision get in the way of his success. Aaron’s grit, determination, and effort enabled him to earn a spot on the Tulane team, and the respect of his teammates, coaches, and fans. Aaron began playing football in seventh grade and worked extremely hard to get where he is today. His goal is to show others that it doesn’t matter what they are fighting or what their perceived limitations are; anything is achievable with hard work and tuning out the judgment of others. His planning, passion, and perseverance enable him to be successful. Aaron has paved the way for others with disabilities and shown that the impossible is possible.
Abby Golub shares her story about how she went from working in a family business in Vermont to making a move to Boston and finding not only a BDR / SDR role but also with a company where she knew she'd be trained well and would be in a good team with great leadership. Lots to learn here for those newer in sales or those hiring BDRs and SDRs.
Show Opens with Dougie making catching heat from both sides, after he posts on Facebook that he's no longer supporting Donald Trump. Then Dougie defends Trumps accomplishment, after Bob dissed Trump. Dougie then asks, can we come together? & then the guys discuss the story about Miya Ponsetto, who attacked a black teenager, who she accused of stealing her phone. The News is a Joke "Police respond to chickens 'wreaking havoc' at New Jersey McDonald's", "Danes divided over children's TV show about a superpower penis", "World's unluckiest burglars' arrested after pocket-dialing police during robbery", "Woman 'attempts to get around pandemic rules' by walking her boyfriend on a leash", & "London Zoo rejects Ricky Gervais’ death wish to be fed to lions" Thanks for Listening
Since the mid-1980s, Andy Golub has been a passionate fan of pop band Duran Duran, amassing an unmatched archive of posters, flyers, advertising, and press clippings that's received visits from adoring "Duranies" — and inspired his two books on the group. Durandy Productions: www.durandy.com Andy's Instagram feed: www.instagram.com/durandyarchive Opening theme: "Keepers" by Still Flyin' Closing theme: "Slow Draw/Feeling In My Heart" by Eric Frisch Additional music by The Boutonniere and Lonely Punk www.forkeepspodcast.com
Aaron became the first legally blind athlete to play football in a Division 1 game when he was at Tulane University. We talk about: - The things you really need to do to reach your goals, but probably aren't doing. - The importance of a strong sense of self-belief. - Proving yourself right instead of proving others wrong. - The things high achievers do that allow them to succeed. Guest Bio: Aaron never let his limited vision get in the way of his success. His goal is to show others that it doesn’t matter what they are fighting or what their perceived limitations are; anything is achievable with hard work and tuning out the judgment of others. His planning, passion and perseverance enables him to be successful. Aaron has paved the way for others with disabilities, and shown that the impossible is possible. Connect with Aaron:Instagram Website Connect with Kyle: IG LinkedIn To learn more and apply for the upcoming men's mastermind: Spring 2021
Anton Golub (CEO of flovtec) joins The TIE's podcast to chat STOs, colored coins, liquidity, making markets, and why the lightning network will never work. Anton is a crypto OG, and this episode is a can't miss.
Steve Bayme, Eric Yoffie, Betty Ehrenberg and Dovid Efune discuss ways in which the Biden Administration may change U.S. policies on Iran, funding the Palestinians, and on details of a two-state solution from those of Donald Trump. With Mark S. Golub.
Israeli musical superstar David Broza (Yihyeh Tov) discusses his first all instrumental album, En Casa Limon, recorded in Madrid, in which he proves to be a brilliant guitarist and song-writer without singing a single note. With Mark S. Golub.
Conservative journalist Jonathan Tobin, Editor in Chief of JNS (Jewish News Syndicate), analyzes the increase in the Jewish vote for Donald Trump and discusses the fracture of the Jewish community fueled by a hatred for Trump. With Mark S. Golub.
Neal Sher, who headed America’s efforts to find Nazis hiding in America, describes his efforts to prevent the PLO’s Chief Negotiator Saeb Erekat, the architect for “Pay for Slay,” from teaching at Harvard this coming semester. With Mark S. Golub
New York Rabbi Elie Abadie, MD discusses his new appointment as the Senior Rabbi of the Jewish Council of the Emirates (JCE) housed in Dubai, and describes his background and heritage – coming from a long line of Sephardic rabbis. With Mark S. Golub.
Alan Dershowitz explains why he disagrees with Deborah Lipstadt’s likening Pres. Trump to a Nazi; and offers his opinion on many of the social issues raised by the Senate hearings re: Amy Coney Barrett’s Supreme Court nomination. With Mark S. Golub.
My guest this week, Aaron Golub, has been featured on Sports Illustrated, ESPN, NPR, CBS, The New York Times, and ABC’s Good Morning America. He achieved fame by becoming the first legally blind athlete to play Division 1 football for Tulane University. Aaron offers us a path to reaching our own dreams, whatever they are. He discusses how to make your dreams a reality by being willing to do more than anyone else.
Gordon is the Senior Managing Director of Compass. He comes on the Real Takk Podcast to discuss his early days at Citi Habitats, old NYC, early days of Urban Compass, lessons he's learned in life, & what the future may hold for Compass. He is my manager, mentor, colleague, friend, & truly a salt of the earth type person. As a veteran broker myself, I can say with confidence that I am happy to have him in my corner during the ups & downs of operating our real estate business in NYC. Follow Gordon on IG @golubgordon & on Linkedin.
In this episode, Coach P speaks with the incredibly inspirational Aaron Golub about overcoming perceived limitations in your life. Aaron was the first blind D1 football player, playing and serving as Team Captain for Tulane University. He became an NFL Free Agent and then transitioned into a successful career in finance and motivational speaking. Get ready because Aaron's story will take away all of your excuses, motivate you to work hard, and help you find action steps to become a better you today. Grab your notepad, a pen, and Let's Go! You can connect with Aaron at the links below: Website: https://www.aarongolub.com/ Mentorship Program: https://www.amplifyinitiatives.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/aaronjgolub/ *** If you enjoy Coach P's Perspective Podcast, please consider doing a few things: Subscribe and then give it a 5-star rating on Apple Podcast. Write an awesome review of what you love about the show. Please share the episode on your social media pages. Thank You and much love! *** Be sure to connect with Coach P on his Website and Social Media for more inspirational messages: Website: https://coachchadparks.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/coachchadparks/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/coachchadparks/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/coachchadparks Linkedln: https://www.linkedin.com/in/chad-parks-4b5aa71ab/ Link Tree: https://linktr.ee/coachchadparks *** Interested in sponsoring the podcast? Please e-mail Coach Chad Parks at firstname.lastname@example.org. *** Intro music by Gerald Gray, aka Twish Foaves. You can follow Twish Foaves at: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/twishfoaves/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ChristStillLives Music: https://www.reverbnation.com/twishfoaves https://open.spotify.com/artist/0ihETkx53RJujUl0nXg3gh?si=fgst7mo0TVyHZdETIoTk4g *** Check out the Lane Frost Brand at: https://lanefrost.com/ https://www.instagram.com/lanefrostbrand/ https://www.facebook.com/lanefrost89/ *** Want to be a high-performance athlete/human being? Start with your nutrition! See my favorite nutrition products below: https://shop.teamxnd.com/coachchadparks/Home
In this episode of Real Estate for Breakfast, host Phil Coover discusses diversity and inclusion with colleague and Ice Miller Practice Group Director LaTonya Ellis and Walker & Dunlop Vice President of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Jason Golub. The guests discuss the topics of diversity and inclusion—how those concepts are similar and how they are different—and why more and more real estate companies are hiring diversity and inclusion leaders and placing a greater emphasis on diversity and inclusion for business, moral, ethical and innovation propositions. Matt Miller, Ice Miller Partner and Chair of the Firm’s Racial Justice Task Force But first, Phil introduces special guest Matt Miller, Ice Miller partner and chair of the Firm’s Racial Justice Task Force. As Matt details, the Task Force is really expanding efforts beyond diversity and inclusion, which is traditionally internal, to be the outward face of the Firm as it channels Ice Miller’s highly motivated and highly skilled human resources to address issues of racial injustice in the law and in our communities. Matthew J. Miller is a partner in Ice Miller’s Municipal Finance Group. Matt has served as bond counsel, disclosure counsel and underwriter’s counsel on over 100 financings, including various short-term and long-term general obligation financings, revenue financings, working cash financings, refunding transactions and special obligation financings issued by states, large municipalities and transit systems, counties, villages, school districts and other special districts. Matt has specific experience in public transportation and airport-related financings. LaTonya Ellis, Ice Miller Practice Group Director LaTonya Ellis serves as a practice group director in Ice Miller’s Real Estate and Municipal Finance Practice Groups. She is responsible for overseeing all aspects of administration, management and day-to-day business operations for the Groups.In her role, LaTonya works closely with Firm leadership to design and implement strategic plans and develop innovative approaches to business operations and development to help execute the Groups’ business plans. LaTonya also is responsible for implementation of synergies, efficiencies and best practices across the practice groups. Jason Golub, Walker & Dunlop Vice President of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Jason Golub joined Walker & Dunlop in September 2020 as the Vice President of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion (DE&I). In this new role, Mr. Golub is responsible for accelerating and strengthening the company’s commitment to DE&I. Mr. Golub will develop and execute a strategy that further incorporates a diversity lens into the firm's culture, which includes changes to how the firm innovates, serves clients, helps communities, and supports employees. He is responsible for improving Walker & Dunlop’s existing DE&I strategies and initiatives, as well as helping to foster an environment in which diversity and inclusion are a central and driving force across the firm. As part of his role, Mr. Golub will focus on diverse leadership development, retention strategy, supplier diversity, multicultural talent acquisition, and corporate initiatives that drive inclusion and create an equitable environment for all employees. As Vice President, he also advises Walker & Dunlop’s Council for Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion, supports and expands the company’s employee resource groups (including the Women of Walker & Dunlop and the Minority Employees Resource Group for Empowerment / Engagement / Elevation), and helps strengthen the company’s external DE&I strategy through organizational partnerships and thought leadership. Prior to joining Walker & Dunlop, Mr. Golub was a senior leader at GE legal, where he focused on high-risk investigations, workplace culture and training, and compliance, while also serving as a senior member of the company's Diversity & Inclusion Council for five years. Earlier this year, he was appointed the chair of the Police Reform and Re-imagination Task Force in Saratoga Springs, NY, a Governor Cuomo-mandated task force aimed at police reform and reducing racial inequality. Golub holds a Bachelor of Arts from Connecticut College and a juris doctor from Columbia University, School of Law, where he focused on human rights law. To learn more, visit https://www.walkerdunlop.com/power-people/diversity/. To learn more about Ice Miller’s Racial Justice Task Force, visit https://www.icemiller.com/racial-justice-task-force/. To learn more about Ice Miller’s Diversity and Inclusion efforts, visit https://www.icemiller.com/firm/diversity-information/.
Aaron Golub is an extraordinary athlete with an extraordinary story. At Tulane University, Aaron became the first legally blind athlete to play football in a Division 1 game in the NCAA. He went on to become the team captain in his senior year and eventually became a free agent in the NFL. Tune in to hear Aaron's remarkable story of determination and grit. He never let his limited vision get in the way of accomplishing his goals and has paved the way for others with disabilities to pursue their dreams. Today, Aaron is a motivational speaker delivering inspiring speeches on breakthrough performance and overcoming obstacles to accomplish goals. What's his formula for success? Planning, passion, and perseverance. Aaron is a firm believer that if you plan for success in your life, it will happen!
Ben Golub is a serial entrepreneur and CEO, who has played a key role in building six start-ups. Three of these were as CEO, including Docker, Gluster, and Plaxo. Today he serves as Executive Chairman and Interim CEO of Storj Labs. In this conversation, we discuss decentralized cloud storage, economic incentives, scaling software companies, acceleration of computing trends, and real world use cases. ============================== Crypto.com is the only all-in-one platform that allows you to BUY / SELL / STORE / EARN / LOAN / INVEST crypto all from one place. Join over 1 million users currently using the Crypto.com app. Download and earn $50 USD using my code ‘pomp2020’, or use the link https://platinum.crypto.com/r/pomp2020 when you sign up for one of their metal cards today. ============================== Coinbase Wallets are adding support for .crypto and .zil domains through their partnership with Unstoppable Domains. Unstoppable Domains provides an all-in-one solution for blockchain domains. You can send money using these new domains instead of long Bitcoin wallet addresses, while also storing your domain in Coinbase's collectibles section. Go to unstoppabledomains.com in the dapp browser to register and manage your domains. ============================== Pomp writes a daily letter to over 50,000 investors about business, technology, and finance. He breaks down complex topics into easy to understand language, while sharing opinions on various aspects of each industry. You can subscribe at https://www.pompletter.com
Dewey Golub is a top real estate team leader in Charleston, South Carolina that is currently doing over $100 million in annual sales production! and is sat at the top of his market! Inside this epic GSD Mode Podcast Interview, Dewey talks with Joshua about how he got into real estate and discusses some trials and tribulations that he has overcome on his journey from individual agent to top team leader. They also talk bout things Dewey is doing today that is letting him generate more leads than ever before, tips for real estate agents looking to make the right hires when recruiting new real estate agents, and so much more! #GSDMode4Life Download your FREE Copy of Joshua Smith's new Book "Dominate Your Real Estate Business" at http://www.joshuasmithfreebook.com/ 0:01 - Introduction 2:30 - What led you into real estate? 8:00 - Leaving a brokerage due to a market crash 11:50 - How did you know when to start a team? 16:30 - How to generate so much repeat business 21:30 - Recruiting strategy 25:20 - Retention rate and how to find and make the correct hires 32:00 - Your ‘why’ will change throughout your life 37:45 - What are you doing for lead generation today? 43:20 - 2 pieces of advice Dewey would give to his younger self 45:30 - Where to learn more about Dewey Websites & Contact: email@example.com https://www.foundrealtyteam.net/
Jonathan Golub, Credit Suisse Chief U.S. Equity Strategist, says the gap between the technology companies dominating the market and everything else will continue to widen. Troy Gayeski, Skybridge Capital Co-CIO, says asset reflation is here. Seema Shah, Principal Global Investors Chief Strategist, says a second virus wave is the main reason to buy bonds. Dan Ives, Wedbush Securities Managing Director of Equity Research, says Apple will reach a two trillion dollar market cap by the end of the year.