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Business Matters
US inflation falls from June heights

Business Matters

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 50:58


There's minor relief for American consumers after inflation slowed from 9.1% in June to 8.5% in July. The lower-than-expected figure is mainly due to decreasing fuel costs. Although prices are still running relatively high, President Joe Biden says it's a sign his economic strategy is working. Randall Kroszner, a former governor of the Federal Reserve Board, tells us what it means for the world's biggest economy. A year on from the Taliban's takeover of Afghanistan, several prominent economists, including Nobel Prize winner Joseph Stiglitz, are calling for funds to the country to be freed. He tells us why. Ed Butler speaks to the London company fighting to protect people's data privacy rights online. We also hear why seaweed is causing some unpleasant problems in Sierra Leone. Throughout the programme, Business Matters is joined by two guests on opposite sides of the world: Paddy Hirsch, contributing editor at NPR in Los Angeles; and Stella Bangura, a TV presenter in Sierra Leone. (Picture: Shopping for potatoes in California. Credit: Getty Images.)

accessAtlanta: Things to do in Atlanta
Melissa Ruggieri with musical theater and film phenomenon Lin-Manuel Miranda in 2021

accessAtlanta: Things to do in Atlanta

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 31:31


Throughout the summer, we are developing a brand new podcast with a new name and a new sound that will launch in late summer. In the meantime, we'll be revisiting some of our favorite shows from our first four years while still keeping you up-to-date on things to do in and around Atlanta. In June 2021, Melissa Ruggieri spoke with musical theater and film phenomenon Lin-Manuel Miranda. Miranda's “In the Heights” finally made its way to movie theaters that summer. Miranda spoke with the AJC about the movie and its long journey from the stage to the screen. Find the conversation at ajc.com/podcasts and at the Apple Podcast store. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Over The Ball with Kevin Flynn
2022-08-09 Kevin Flynn Live from the Edinburgh Fringe Festival

Over The Ball with Kevin Flynn

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 34:53


This week Kevin joins us from over the pond where he is performing his one-man show, "Fear of Heights", all month at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, while Chris somehow escapes LMU's pre-season workouts for a moment or two to discuss how difficult it is to watch soccer in Europe, Gareth Bale's sterling performance this last week for LAFC, insights gained from the Premier League's first week, and Jesse Marsch's Leeds team becoming a favorite for US soccer fans. That, and more, on this week's episode of Over The Ball.

The Unexplored Places
East Haven Heights Issue #06: Rooftop Rumble

The Unexplored Places

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 86:58


Prior plans are swiftly derailed when our heroes discover a dangerous attack on City Hall. Up against a villain for the first time without a leader, can the team pull themselves together for long enough to get the job done, or will they end up hurting each other in the process? In ISSUE #06: ROOFTOP RUMBLE, RUSALKA tries to prove herself, THE MUTANT unleashes his inner monster, and SILVER SPIRIT loses control.    Support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/unexploredcast Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/unexploredcast Art by Ben PrevasMusic by Andrew: https://andrewperricone.bandcamp.com/

The Broadway Cast
Between the Lines | Arielle Jacobs, Julia Murney, Vicki Lewis, Jake David Smith

The Broadway Cast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 60:42


In this episode, it's all about the new Off-Broadway show, Between the Lines. Joining host Ben Cameron are Arielle Jacobs (Aladdin, In the Heights), Julia Murney (Wicked, Lennon), Vicki Lewis (Anastasia, Chicago, Damn Yankees), and Jake David Smith (Frozen). Ben and the group play a round of "Dramatic Reading," then chat about the process of taking a story from the page to the stage, what it has been like working famed author Jodi Picoult, and so much more! Want more Broadway Cast? Want access to bonus episodes? Want to have your questions asked on our show? We can make all of those dreams (and more) come true! CLICK HERE TO JOIN OUR PATREON Follow us @TheBroadwayCast on Instagram, Facebook, TikTok, YouTube and Twitter --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-broadway-cast/supportSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Waiting in the Wings: Backstage Shenanigans with Amanda Leigh Cobb
Broadway's HAMILTON, IN THE HEIGHTS + Antuan "Magic" Raimone

Waiting in the Wings: Backstage Shenanigans with Amanda Leigh Cobb

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 30:52


Antuan "Magic" Raimone shares what it means to be a universal swing for the different companies of HAMILTON across the United States.  He also offers TERRIFIC advice about auditioning and how to make it in this business.  http://www.waitinginthewingsbroadway.com

Nerdz in the Hood
Ep. 78 - Nerdz in the Heights

Nerdz in the Hood

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022 137:04


Our first ever live episode. We head out to Buddha Beer Bar in NYC, and record an interactive episode where the audience is our special guest. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/marv69/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/marv69/support

Catholic in a Small Town
CST #646: When We Can't See Over the Horizon

Catholic in a Small Town

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 69:16


Kat get's a birthday cruise, the Willits help us with the kitchen, the Heights enjoy the boat with us, a couple of comics tickle us, The Bear and Beautiful Boy both deliver outsized emotional impact with excellent storytelling. Movies, TV, & Podcasts: The Bear (Hulu) Beautiful Boy (VOD) Jon Christ Jeff Bruer Other great stuff we like: The Pilgrim Priest - Fr. Joel's podcast Heartridge Retreat and Cultural Center Examination of Conscience based on the seven deadly sins Mac's Online Woodcraft Store maggieshouse.org Book Nook Publishing at Amazon Catholic Journeymen Willitsworks.com NerdyCatholicTees.com The Products we talk about Greg and Jennifer's Podcast Mac's book! Clueless in Galilee My author page at Amazon Please support us through Patreon Find us on our website Our libsyn page where you can find all our old episodes Theme song by Mary Bragg. Our other show: Spoiled! with Mac and Katherine We use Amazon affiliate links. We may get a little kickback if you use the link above to purchase from Amazon.

Insight with Beth Ruyak
Covered California Explains Rate Increases | Reinvesting in Stockton | Woodland Opera House Musical “In the Heights”

Insight with Beth Ruyak

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022


Covered California explains why health insurance rates are projected to increase. Author of “The Fight to Save the Town: Reimagining Discarded America” discusses lessons from Stockton. Woodland Opera House performs the Broadway musical “In the Heights.” Covered California rate increases

EMPOWERING THE THIRD DAY ECCLESIA
21 DAYS FASTING. DAY 2, MORNING SESSION PRAYER. MOVING TO NEW SPIRITUAL HEIGHTS.

EMPOWERING THE THIRD DAY ECCLESIA

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 67:41


We live in days of two profound activity, powerfully shaping both the current and future destiny of man and creation. The current groaning of the earth and creation are extreme pointer to the nearness of the kingdom of God and closeness of the day of redemption, and this simply means that there's a need for a readjustment of our vision, wineskin, and prophetic posture. To precisely build the preferred spiritual system, capable of bringing the Saints unto the mountain of representation and governmental authority, we need to keenly adhere to the present demand of the Spirit. How we perceive this new day or season will ultimately be determined by the sound, quality, spiritual update we're able to effectively engage our spiritual structure. Wisdom is building a house that will now perfectly represent and reflect all the father's prophetic agenda for creation. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/isaiah-phillips-akintola/message

MultimediaLIVE
Look up for a job: 'There's no work stress, if you're not scared of heights'

MultimediaLIVE

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 0:54


A lunch box, two-litre bottle of water and safety gear are all Clarence Moshoane needs to start his day — though he could remain in the sky until sundown. It's a Monday morning in Parktown, Johannesburg, when we speak to the 38-year-old to get a bird's-eye view of his uplifting career as a crane operator. This is just before he starts swinging heavy loads with only centimetres to spare.

UBC News World
Capitol Heights Lifestyle Coach Offers Customized Health & Fitness Counseling

UBC News World

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 2:54


After COVID, many of us realize how important our health is. If you live in Capitol Heights, Cheverly, or a surrounding part of Washington, LiveAllGood Coaching (+1-202-455-6104) helps you take the first steps toward a healthier lifestyle. Go to https://liveallgood.com (https://liveallgood.com) for more information.

Crossed Up: A Phillies Podcast
Such Great Heights

Crossed Up: A Phillies Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 64:59


Anthony and Bob discuss the Phillies' four-game weekend sweep of the Pirates, the team's trade deadline philosophy, and the July resurgence of three key Phillies. Watch the full episode on the Crossing Broad YouTube channel. Please subscribe to the show ([Apple Podcasts] [Spotify] [Amazon Music] [Google Podcasts] [iHeartRadio] [Stitcher] [RSS]), leave a 5 star review, and follow us on Twitter: @BobWankelCB @AntSanPhilly Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Behind the Mic with AudioFile Magazine
WHAT SOULS ARE MADE OF by Tasha Suri, read by Alex Williams, Becca Hirani

Behind the Mic with AudioFile Magazine

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 6:46


Alex Williams and Becca Hirani give impassioned performances in a captivating retelling of Emily Brontë's WUTHERING HEIGHTS. Host Jo Reed and AudioFile's Emily Connelly discuss Tashi Suri's marvelous, haunting addition to the Remixed Classics series. A dark-skinned “boy from nowhere,” Heathcliff flees the Heights after hearing Cathy say he's too lowborn to marry her. Williams embodies Heathcliff's hurt and anger as he fights to forge his own life in Liverpool. Cathy feels endless guilt, and Hirani channels all of the character's desperation to escape her weighty obligations and the past that haunts her family. Suri's adaptation gives listeners perspectives on the minds of these two teenagers who are desperately in love, while also delving into their backstories and underscoring the impact of British colonization. Read the full review of the audiobook on AudioFile's website. Published by Macmillan Audio. Find more audiobook recommendations at http://audiofilemagazine.com/ Support for AudioFile's Behind the Mic comes from Bolinda. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

UBC News World
Top Maryland Solar Company Offers Affordable US-Made Systems In Capitol Heights

UBC News World

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2022 2:33


Did you know that there are some huge government incentives for solar installations? Top Maryland contractor Solar Jedi Empire (443-680-6733) helps you get a high-quality system that will save you money for many years. Go to https://www.thesolarjediempire.com (https://www.thesolarjediempire.com) for more information.

Reel Times Trio
July 29th, 2022

Reel Times Trio

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 41:25


This week Lynn & Carl dry off from the rain and flooding and discuss the resilience of the Saint Louis theater community with The Muny's Legally Blonde and Stages' In the Heights. Plus new releases: Paradise Highway, Vengeance, Light & Magic and DC's League of Super Pets

What's Eric Eating
Episode 250 - Ryan Lachaine and Derek Brown of Riel

What's Eric Eating

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 48:23


On this week's edition of the podcast Eric is joined by Matt to discuss the latest from the Houston restaurant and bar scene including the huge shocker that Chris Shepherd is leaving Underbelly Hospitality, Goode Co. announces it's bringing it's Tex-Mex concept Kitchen & Cantina to the Heights, and Blossom Hotel's announces some new details regarding their dining program. In the Restaurants of the Week portion eculent is featured. In the Guest of the Week section Eric is joined by Ryan Lachaine and Derek Brown of Riel. Eric catches up with the duo from Riel about a multitude of things including how things are at Riel, the challenges they've run into, how Derek got started in bartending, what brought Derek to Houston, what Derek's approach is with the bar program at Riel, working with executive chef Peter Nguyen, what on the menu has them excited nowadays, the customer base, building your bar regulars, what the future holds, Ryan's upcoming pop up with Brandon Silva, and much more! Follow Eric on Instagram and Twitter, plus check out some of his latest articles at Culturemap.com: Restaurant Shocker: Chris Shepherd Departs Company He Founded to Focus on Nonprofit Endeavors Goode Co. Finally Confirms Tex-Mex Concept Coming to Familiar Heights Location Posh Med Center Hotel Recruits Michelin-Worthy Chefs for Four New Restaurants Bun B's Trill Burgers Topple Houston Cult-Favorite in Epic Good Morning America Showdown Fresh New Popsicle and Gelato Shop Chills Out in East End with Fruity Flavors and Tantalizing Treats Hot New Italian Eatery from Successful Houston Restaurateur Headed to Washington Avenue

1010 WINS ALL LOCAL
Mayor Adams wants lawmakers in Albany to revise bail reform laws...A man was found dead in a Dyker Heights driveway...Game one of the subway series foes to the home team

1010 WINS ALL LOCAL

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 4:51


The Unexplored Places
East Haven Heights #05: Campus Tour

The Unexplored Places

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 77:28


Things get scientific as our heroes attempt to uncover the purpose of the device they stole from Fearmonger, and find themselves sneaking into a Whitford University science lab. In ISSUE #05: CAMPUS TOUR, THE MUTANT leaves a hopeful note, RUSALKA adopts a nom de plume, and SILVER SPIRIT absconds with the evidence.    Support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/unexploredcast Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/unexploredcast Art by Ben PrevasMusic by Andrew: https://andrewperricone.bandcamp.com/

Good Morning from WVIK news
Good Morning Quad Cities for Thursday, July 21, 2022

Good Morning from WVIK news

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 3:47


- COVID numbers are rising in both Illinois and Iowa,- a record number of homes needed help from LIHEAP,- and The Heights of the Era will return for a second year.

Good News For The City's Podcast
Gentegration: Connecting Leaders Across Generations

Good News For The City's Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 25:58


Dr. Bobby Manning joined the show to discuss his book, “GENTEGRATION: Connecting Leaders Across Generations”.Dr. Bobby Manning is a nationally recognized speaker, author, and Senior Pastor of The Heights Church. He also serves on the Board of Directors of OneHeartDC, sponsor of this Good News for the City show. Under Dr. Manning's leadership in empowering the community, “The Heights” has been recognized in local and national publications such as Outreach Magazine, BET, and The Washington Post. Dr. Manning is the author of four books. Saving Our Sons, Move Like a King, Are You Afraid of Heights, and GENTEGRATION: Connecting Leaders Across Generations. In addition to serving his local church, he also serves as a seminary professor, church consultant, leadership coach, and President of the Collective Empowerment Group. He is a native of the Washington, D.C. area where he and his wife LaVera currently reside with their three sons Levi, Reuben and Joseph.The Heights Church is a 70 year-old church in District Heights, MD committed to Connecting with Communities to Cultivate Strong Christians. The Collective Empowerment Group is a 26 year-old non-profit organization that leverages the collective strength of local church leaders, business leaders and banking leaders for the economic empowerment of the DMV community.

SBS World News Radio
Temperatures soar to unprecedented heights across Europe

SBS World News Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 5:18


The lives of millions of people in Britain and Europe are being disrupted by the extreme heat, with almost 600 heat-related deaths have been reported in Spain and Portugal, where temperatures reached 47 Celsius last week.

The Broadway Cast
Roxies | Bianca Marroquín, Charlotte d'Amboise, Emma Pittman

The Broadway Cast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 58:45


In this episode, the name on everybody's lips is gonna be... ROXIE! That's right we're chatting with three different actresses who have played this iconic role in the Tony Award winning show, Chicago. Joining host Ben Cameron are Bianca Marroquin (Chicago, In the Heights, The Pajama Game), Tony Award nominee Charlotte d'Amboise (Chicago, Pippin, Sweet Charity, A Chorus Line), and Emma Pittman (Chicago, Winner: The Search for Roxie). Ben and the ladies chat about what makes a great Roxie, what it's like playing this iconic role, their favorite moments in the show, and so much more! CLICK HERE TO JOIN OUR PATREON Follow us @TheBroadwayCast on Instagram, Facebook, TikTok, YouTube and Twitter --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-broadway-cast/support

Mothering Heights
Welcome to Mothering Heights

Mothering Heights

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2022 15:13


Leonora Pitts is an actor, filmmaker, dancer, community organizer, acting and dialect coach, and now, apparently, podcaster! In this intro episode, Leonora introduces herself and talks a bit about what you all can look forward to as the loyal, fervant Mothering Heights fans you're sure to be. She also hopes you're not mad at her.

Crack House Chronicles
Ep 120 Lisa Pruett Revisited with James Renner

Crack House Chronicles

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2022 48:06


In this episode of the Crack House Chronicles, Donnie and Dale are pleased to have special guest James Renner on the show to discuss the murder of Lisa Pruett. James Renner is mostly known for his true-crime journalism. As a reporter for Cleveland Scene, he uncovered new clues and suspects in the cold-case murder of Amy Mihaljevic. His work led to the successful closure of the Tina Harmon case in 2009. He spent months researching the Amanda Berry and Gina DeJesus abductions when the girls were still missing and is haunted by the fact that he had Castro's name in his notes. His true crime writing has been featured in the Best American Crime Reporting anthology. His selection was the first true crime article to use a dream sequence as a narrative device. Renner has always been interested in filmmaking, as well. In 2004, Renner directed a short film based on the Stephen King story, All That You Love Will Be Carried Away. King sold him the rights for $1. The movie starred Joe Bob Briggs and the late-great Harvey Pekar. It premiered at the 2005 Montreal World Film Festival. Later that same year, Renner directed a documentary about the influence of J.D. Salinger's Catcher in the Rye. The adventure culminated in a short meeting between Renner and the reclusive author at his home in New Hampshire. In 2012, Renner's debut novel – The Man from Primrose Lane – was published by Sarah Crichton Books. Set in Northeast Ohio, The Man from Primrose Lane blends mystery with scifi in a very unique structure.  The story is currently being adapted for television. Renner's second novel, The Great Forgetting, is a “love letter to conspiracy thrillers.” A new work of nonfiction, True Crime Addict, was published in May by Thomas Dunne Books. The New York Times Sunday Book Review called it “shamelessly entertaining.” James Renner is also the founder of The Porchlight Project, a nonprofit that raises money for new DNA testing of cold cases in Ohio. In 2020, an arrest was made in their first case – the unsolved murder of Barbara Blatnik – thanks to their funding of genetic genealogy.    

London Walks
Today (July 18) in London History – Saving the Northern Heights

London Walks

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 17, 2022 17:05


Two Dudes, One Double Feature
Episode 89- West Side Heights

Two Dudes, One Double Feature

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 15, 2022 84:32


The dudes become a bit musical in NYC with WEST SIDE STORY (2021) and IN THE HEIGHTS Not intended for children. The views expressed do not necessarily reflect the views of their employers. Twitter: https://twitter.com/TwoDudes7 Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/Two-Dudes-One-Double-Feature-Podcast-108846657540306 Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/twodudesonedoublefeature/?igshid=17oyviqg0pxno&fbclid=IwAR13Qy_UYaRmxREDtBlpA7zWovszRFB_C3QTB7xTbbDXZnvMZrWeATkCHHg Two Dudes YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCYTI68Y7QaIFvRzBVZA2Zyw Richard's YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/Channel23hahaha Joey's YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCkFZy6PEmCY2SPScOAWkXbg?view_as=subscriber

MatrixCare
The benefits of a cloud-based solution with Jonathan Prak, Director of IT Services, and Robert Supper, CFO, Waverly Heights

MatrixCare

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2022 26:53


In this episode of the Post-Acute POV, our host Eric Grunden, Chief Customer Officer, is joined by Jonathan Prak, Director of IT Services, and Robert Supper CPA, MBA, NHA, CFO, Waverly Heights. The trio discusses the benefits of transitioning to a cloud-based solution from an on-premise server. Join Eric, Jonathan, and Robert as they discuss how a cloud-based solution has helped Waverly Heights, the simple migration process, how their IT staff’s work has evolved since migration, and how you can leverage future LPC Cloud capabilities. Listen to their discussion below. Topics discussed during today’s episode: [00:36 – 03:44]: Eric introduces the topic before Bob and Jonathan provide a brief look into their background and their roles at Waverly Heights. [04:25 – 07:33]: Bob and Jonathan describe how they define a cloud-based solution and what they saw as the most significant benefits that impacted their decision to migrate. [07:58 – 11:10]: Bob details the issues they were looking to solve by moving to a cloud-based solution from a business perspective while Jonathan provides insight from his technical IT perspective. [11:30 – 15:12]: Bob gives an inside look at the financial benefits that Waverly Heights has achieved since moving to the cloud. Jonathan shares how their IT staff’s work has evolved since the transition. [15:34 – 20:39]: Jonathan shares helpful details on what organizations should expect when migrating to the cloud regarding the timeline, interacting with the MatrixCare team, and how much extra work will be involved. [20:57 – 24:07]: Bob explains how his team feels the transition was executed: whether the staff was happy, what benefits they’ve seen, and more. [24:27 – 26:23]: Bob and Jonathan encourage those on the fence about migrating to a cloud-based solution to go for it. They’ve found the benefits worthwhile and are pleased with the successful transition. Resources Learn more about MatrixCare at: https://www.matrixcare.com/ Find out more about Waverly Heights: https://www.waverlyheightsltd.org/ Read the transcript of today’s episode Listen to more episodes of the Post-Acute POV Disclaimer The content in this presentation or materials is for informational purposes only and is provided “as-is.” Information and views expressed herein, may change without notice. We encourage you to seek as appropriate, regulatory and legal advice on any of the matters covered in this presentation or materials. ©2022 by MatrixCare

HeightsCast: Forming Men Fully Alive
From Anxiety to Adventure: Kevin Majeres on Reframing Challenges

HeightsCast: Forming Men Fully Alive

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2022 46:41


Adorning our school's main hallway is a sort of charter for the Heights graduate which designates him as a man who is “optimistic toward life's challenges,” as one who “sees freedom as an opportunity to choose the good.” Fostering these ideals in each student is a central aspect of the school's mission. But, in a world that is increasingly filled with children suffering from anxiety, how—in very practical terms—can we help our students develop such an outlook on life? Last month, we heard from Mr. Alex Berthé on how parents can find peace in an anxiety ridden world. This week on HeightsCast, we begin a series of discussions with Dr. Kevin Majeres, lecturer at Harvard Medical School and Founder of OptimalWork.   In this three-part series, we take a deep dive into three sets of challenges which are becoming increasingly prevalent in today's youth, and three mindsets or skills that can help us as parents and teachers to help our boys help themselves: Anxiety  Attention Addiction  Our first discussion with Dr. Majeres focuses on anxiety. Combining years of experience as a psychiatrist and drawing on research in cognitive behavioral therapy, Dr. Majeres teaches us both what anxiety is and what we can do about it.   In the episode, we learn:  The Foundation of Growth  The importance of having a growth mindset—seeing yourself as capable of real improvement.  Learning to reframe out of a fixed mindset.  Anxiety  Anxiety is adrenaline with a negative frame.  Adrenaline is a performance-enhancing hormone, which is meant to improve one's capacities, whether physical or cognitive.  All anxiety disorders come from seeing anxiety as a disorder; they are the fruit of seeing the effects of adrenaline as a problem.  Children's preferences are often manifestations of anxiety coupled with avoidance; it is crucial to help people from a young age to stay with a challenge and not flee from anxiety.  Reframing  Reframing is deliberately finding the opportunity for growth in a challenge that one had previously viewed negatively.  The way the body utilizes hormones depends on how we frame them; reframing is not mere wishful thinking.  Start small; don't tackle the biggest challenge first.  Cheerfulness  Cheerfulness is often synonymous with courage.  The family is where we first learn to see challenges as opportunities. If parents foster a smiling approach to challenges, then even a quick thought of them can become a reframe for their children.  An essential component of The Heights School's mission is to help students discover the adventure hidden in every challenge they face. Having spoken with Dr. Majeres, we might phrase this skill as the ability to turn the adrenaline of anxiety into the adventure of everyday life. Chapters 2:35 Introduction to Possible Solutions  3:55 A Snapshot of Mindfulness 5:08 A Snapshot of Addictions 6:45 A Quick Biography of Dr. Majeres 9:55 What is Anxiety?  13:34 Helping Young People with Anxiety 16:58 Parents as Savvy Exposure Therapy Coaches 19:12 The “A” Word: Should We Name It?  20:06 Safety Training 23:23 Reframing from a Parent's Perspective 25:21 What is Reframing?  26:28 Game Theory 28:13 Double Exposure, Double Mastery 30:01 Breaking a Fixed Mindset 34:18 The Importance of Being Cheerful 36:50 Why Not to Complain 38:23 Learning to See Challenges as Opportunities 39:10 The Importance of Role Models  42: 55 Reframing Parental Anxiety Additional Resources The Golden Hour with Dr. Kevin Majeres  Turning the Knots in Your Stomach into Bows by Jeremy Jamieson, et al.  Mindset: The New Psychology of Success by Carol S. Dweck  Also on The Forum  “Learn to Turn”: Tom Royals on Parental Prudence Parenting: Patience or Optimism with Andrew Reed The Stressed Son: The Causes of Adolescent Anxiety with Alvaro de Vicente  Be the Rock: Fatherhood During Times of Crisis by Kyle Blackmer Toughness for the Adolescent Boy by Kyle Blackmer

The Gould Standard
Scaling the Heights with Gould’s Wall

The Gould Standard

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2022 44:58


New from Tapestry Opera, Gould's Wall is a contemporary opera from Canadian composer Brian Current. This audacious work invokes Glenn Gould's dizzying pursuit of artistic perfection, defying expectations as well as gravity by literally shifting the plane of reality from horizontal to vertical. Performed in The Royal Conservatory's atrium, Gould's Wall runs from August 4th to August 12th, 2022 in Toronto. We spoke with the team behind the opera about the historical wall, the creative process and its challenges, and Gould's presence throughout the work. Featuring composer Brian Current, librettist Liza Balkan, director Philip Akin, and Tapestry Opera's Artistic Director, Michael Hidetoshi Mori, this special conversation contemplates art in its highest forms. It is also the first in our new series of GlennGould@90 podcasts celebrating the 90th anniversary of Gould's birth in 2022.

TOAD'S TUNES
David Nail making it to the Toads Tunes studio to talk music, heights, family, trips to Waco and Austin and more.

TOAD'S TUNES

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2022 69:32


David Nail made a stop in Vegas to play Stoney’s Rockin’ Country and took some time to kick it with […] The post David Nail making it to the Toads Tunes studio to talk music, heights, family, trips to Waco and Austin and more. appeared first on TOAD'S TUNES.

Show Time with Jackie and Bert
Gordita Chronicles: s1 e1

Show Time with Jackie and Bert

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2022 26:47


Vintage Jackie and Bert time everyone! We're going back to episode by episode format, so strap in. This time, we're reviewing "Gordita Chronicles" on HBO MAX. It's a sweet little sitcom about a family immigrating to Miami from THE BEST PLACE IN THE WHOLE WORLD (that was Jackie there). As an added bonus, you'll get approximately 3 hours of Jackie's opinion on "In the Heights." Follow us on Twitter @BertJackie!, or email us at JackieandBert19@gmail.com To get a copy of our intro music, check out: Son of a Rocket by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/4391-son-of-a-rocket License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/showtimewithjackieandbert/support

How to Scale Commercial Real Estate
Land, Business, and Multifamily

How to Scale Commercial Real Estate

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2022 20:43


Mike is a successful real estate investor, experienced Supply Chain executive, coach, and entrepreneur. Mike has over 30 years of experience running international Supply Chain organizations in Fortune 50 companies. He has successfully transitioned into business entrepreneurship, owning and operating 3 successful companies with his wife Ligia. Ligia spent the early years of her career contributing to multinational companies of various sizes, where she learned the importance of building strong networks with a diversity of people and having a keen attention to detail. Since she and her husband began their own business in 2017, her interest in creating wealth through real estate investments has continued to grow. She now sees multifamily investment opportunities as one of the best ways to deliver substantial, recession-resistant returns. They founded Deaton Equity Partners to help investors achieve their financial and lifestyle goals by investing in and improving multifamily community properties Let's hear more from them! So with no further ado Let's Dive In!    Highlights: [00:11 - 05:29] How these Couple of Entrepreneurs from Dallas-Fort Worth turned To Real Estate to Create passive income for life. In 2016, Ligia and Mike escaped the corporate world and went all into real estate. They've since scaled their business to amazing Heights and serve thousands of investors that manifest the life of their wildest dreams through generating passive income for life.   [05:29 - 10:37] Volatile Market: How Deals Fall as Prices Rise  They Share how the land investing business is doing, but they are looking to scale up and invest in other assets to gain more cashflow They feel that the competition in the multifamily space is intense, but they are still finding deals. There has been a shift in the dynamics of the market where some sellers are putting their properties up for sale at high prices, which is causing competition among buyers.   [10:37 - 15:49] How to Nurture Relationships with Property Managers to Acquire Multifamily Properties There is a shift in the market where people are starting to become more cautious about buying property. There are several factors contributing to this, including inflation, interest rates, and the current market psychology. One way that people are trying to make money in the market is by buying properties that are already for sale. One way to approach this is to talk to property managers and brokers about potential deals. It is important to have a team in place to help take down a property, invest in it, and grow it. [15:50 - 20:30] Closing Segment Reach out to Mike and Ligia Links Below Final Words   Tweetable Quotes “I think we had to work on our mental game because I felt like we were asking money from people until I had to have that paradigm shift that we're actually offering people an opportunity.” - Ligia Deaton   “The returns are just on a percentage basis. Returns are lower now on a net basis. We may be making more. Actual revenue coming in. You can scale, but you just have to do it through quantity. You have to ramp up your operations by bringing on team members, and automating things and you have to do a lot of smaller deals. Then say, in a commercial where you just deploy a large amount of capital and get your returns.” - Mike Deaton    -   ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- Connect with Mike and Liga Deaton by visiting their website deatonequitypartners.com/freedom Connect with me:   Facebook   LinkedIn   Like, subscribe, and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, or whatever platform you listen on. Thank you for tuning in!   Email me → sam@brickeninvestmentgroup.com Want to read the full show notes of the episode? Check it out below: [00:00:00] Sam Wilson: In 2016, Ligia and Mike escaped a corporate world and went all into real estate. They've since scaled their business to amazing Heights. They've served thousands of investors that manifest the life of their wildest dreams through generating passive income for life. Mike and Lidia. [00:00:24] Sam Wilson: Welcome to the show.  [00:00:26] Mike Deaton: Thanks so much, Sam, we're happy to be here.  [00:00:28] Sam Wilson: Thank you, pleasures mind. There are three questions. I ask every guest who comes in the show and maybe one of you can take this one for us. Where did you start? Where are you now? And how did you get there? And you have to tell me in 90 seconds or. [00:00:38] Mike Deaton: All right, I'll go. So where did we start? We started in corporate America, both got laid off in 2016 and figured out we wanted to do something different than work for somebody. So we started a real estate business. We started out doing land investing. Basically we were buying and selling vacant land. [00:00:56] Mike Deaton: So you buy low, sell high. We do a lot of owner financing. So we, we do promissory notes with our clients and build up a passive income book that way. And then about two and a half years ago we looked to diversify as well as get some tax benefits. So we were looking for commercial real estate options and went into multifamily and. [00:01:14] Mike Deaton: We, after doing some research, we figured out that almost everybody was going from single family or smaller multifamily into bigger multifamily. So we said, let's just go right for bigger multifamily. And we got into the world of syndication. So you know where we are now. We're actually living up in the mountains off of our passive income stream and, still running both businesses and just loving. [00:01:35] Sam Wilson: That's really cool. So both of you were laid off at about and, or at the same time in 2016?  [00:01:40] Mike Deaton: Yeah, that's right. Yeah. We were working for different companies and I, we were both in the Plano, Texas area, Dallas Fort worth, and I was working for Microsoft and, they went through a restructuring and a ramp layoff. [00:01:51] Mike Deaton: And I was not really looking to move to Seattle. So, found myself on the. And about the same time Lidio was working in a healthcare company and they were consolidating their operations and closed down a bunch of offices moved everything to their headquarters in, Northwest Arkansas. [00:02:07] Mike Deaton: And we were, we didn't really wanna move to Northwest Arkansas either. So we were both looking for work. Same time looking  [00:02:13] Sam Wilson: for work at the same time. Lidia, how did you guys decide to get into land investing? I mean, that's pretty nuance.  [00:02:19] Ligia Deaton: Well, I can start a little bit, but Mike knows the story way better. [00:02:22] Ligia Deaton: We, Mike listened to a podcast about passive income and heard about this, this niche that investing in land in raw land and, the guy that we actually, Went and mentor under had a program and a toolkit that Mike bought and we kind of, left it for a while. I think it's set on the shelf for six months before we really jumped into it. [00:02:47] Ligia Deaton: And after we got, we both got laid off we just decided to give it a try.  [00:02:51] Sam Wilson: That's really cool. Did you have any apprehension if it sounds like this was more Mike's idea than yours, was there any apprehension for you when you're like, Hey I wanna go buy some land. You going? What in the world are we getting into? [00:03:02] Ligia Deaton: Well, definitely it was initially Mike's idea. And then when I heard about it I agreed, we wanted to give it a try and I thought, okay, what's the worst for me? It was important to face the worst case scenario. What's the worst that can happen. If we buy land and it's not working, maybe we can just buy a trailer and live, live off the grid on one of the properties that we have until we figure it out. [00:03:25] Mike Deaton: Yeah, it's nice. You have an asset, yeah. So you can do something with it, I guess, worst case. Beyond that, the worst case or what we considered that could be a fallback, our worst case would be we just go get jobs again. if things don't work so right. It was definitely an anxiety filled time shifting out of a w two just for 25 years, I've been somebody else's employee into running your own business. [00:03:45] Mike Deaton: It was definitely a little  [00:03:46] Sam Wilson: nervewracking. Right. But you guys, to this day, even though you've gone larger, gone into bigger deals in multifamily, which I do wanna spend, the larger part of this conversation, kind of talking about that transition, how you got into it and how you've scaled your business on that front. [00:03:58] Sam Wilson: But you guys still, like you said, invest even still today in land. Is that right?  [00:04:03] Mike Deaton: We do. Yeah. It's a great business. I mean, the returns on land are pretty crazy. Like we get triple digit annual returns on our land, right? So we buy a piece of property. And as they say in real estate, you make the money on the buy. [00:04:16] Mike Deaton: And that's exactly the concept here is, we do like a lot of single family flippers or other people. We do a lot of direct mailing out to landowners and we make low ball offers and maybe 3% of the people will accept them. But on that 3%. We'll buy a piece of property for, let's say $5,000. We can sell it for 30 on the market. [00:04:34] Mike Deaton: And so, we try to go in at an entry point, that's 25% of the market value for a cash type sale. And then if somebody wants to buy on terms, we'll mark it up a little bit more just to, because they're paying out over five years or so. So we usually get our money back in 10 to 12 months and then everything beyond that's. [00:04:51] Mike Deaton: Just profit. The downside is it's a little harder to scale, large amounts of capital. And so, once you start buying properties that are worth 50 or a hundred or plus thousand dollars, well, people aren't really given those away. I mean, if you have a one acre five acre piece of property that. [00:05:07] Mike Deaton: That you inherited from somebody or your husband passed away and she's not gonna do anything with it. Then people are a lot more open to just getting it off their plate, stop paying taxes and doing things like that. But once you get a little bit bigger, so, that's where commercial real estate and larger scale we can deploy larger amounts of capital in that way. [00:05:24] Mike Deaton: The returns are just on a percentage basis. Returns are lower now on a net basis, we may be making more. Actual revenue coming in, but  [00:05:31] Sam Wilson: yeah. And that was gonna be my question about it is how do you scale a land investing business like that? And I think you've made a really clear differentiation there in that, once you get into a hundred thousand half a million, even a million dollar parcel of land, at that point, you're dealing with a sophisticated owner, a sophisticated seller, right? [00:05:47] Sam Wilson: You're not dealing with again, the one to five acre. Okay. We just don't know what to do with it. And we just wanted to get it off  [00:05:52] Mike Deaton: our plate. Yeah. Now we know people and we do try also as well. I mean, we, you can scale, but you just have to do it through quantity. You have to ramp up, really your operations through bringing on, team members, automating things and just, you have to do a lot more smaller deals than say in a commercial where you. [00:06:08] Mike Deaton: Just deploy a large amount of capital and get your returns,  [00:06:11] Sam Wilson: right? Yeah. And I like what you said on a net basis, your commercial real estate holdings are gonna do a lot more for you maybe on a percentage basis, a percentage return basis might be lower, but on a net basis it's far. [00:06:22] Sam Wilson: Yeah. And it sounded like that was one of the motivating reasons for you to then. Go straight into multifamily. You just said, Hey, there's opportunity here. Let's go capitalize on that. Where we can really get more of a return on our time investment probably. And maybe then necessarily your return on your dollar investment. [00:06:37] Mike Deaton: Yeah. A little bit of both. I mean, like I said we really wanted so I mean, our land business makes a lot of money. We have good six-figure income and revenue coming in, but we pay a lot of taxes because it's just straight up, capital returns basically. Right. What's there to write off. [00:06:51] Mike Deaton: Yeah. And so, we have some business expenses that we can write down, but those only go so far. And so we started looking for depreciable. Assets to invest in. And we were looking at mobile homes, storage units, multifamily, and, there really wasn't anything that said, this is the way to go. [00:07:04] Mike Deaton: So we just took a decision and said, let's go multifamily. And then, we'll go in for a bit. And if we wanna expand into storage units or diversify or things like that, we can do that down the road. But for now, we're we're traditionally, and typically looking at value, add multi-family deals where we can control the appreciation as much as possible. [00:07:20] Mike Deaton: Make a big difference in people's lives, by the way, while we're upgrading facilities and units and providing a better place to live than some of these that are more run down and generate a lot of returns for investors. So we saw it as a win-win to go into the space there and, and help a lot of people. [00:07:36] Sam Wilson: There is a lot of competition in the multifamily space to say the least that is a, it is a hypercompetitive market right now. So what are you guys doing to really get an edge and even find assets that you can buy that pencil that makes sense. And that yet still provide a return. [00:07:53] Mike Deaton: What are you doing? [00:07:54] Mike Deaton: no, I, I, so the way we've, so since starting a couple years ago li has kind of taken the CEO hat on the land business, and I've been starting up the multi-family business. So, a little more in depth there, but you know, what we really did was just started building our network. As soon as we got into the space, we started looking for mentors and coaches and groups. [00:08:13] Mike Deaton: We started. Really building, out our contacts in the brokerage world, as well as in the property management world. And so, I think a lot of us thought in the COVID era that it was gonna be a 2008 repeat where, property values were just gonna drop. We were gonna find a bunch of bargains and that didn't happen. [00:08:29] Mike Deaton: Fortunately we. Surrounded by a group of individuals that had a growth mindset and did not stop investing during COVID, it's just a matter of finding those deals and making sure they pencil out to your point. And so, right now, yes, there, there has been a lot of competition for deals. Cap rates are compressing values are going up. [00:08:50] Mike Deaton: It's just, it is been a bit more challenging, I will say, in the last. Two months, one to two months, it's really flipped, with the market uncertainty. I think a lot of people are hitting pause. The buying pool has shrunk and I'm in the situation now where my broker contacts are reaching out to me about deals and saying, Hey, take a look at this one. [00:09:10] Mike Deaton: Properties are starting to trade at a five to 10% discount. And so, you can feel a little bit of a tipping in the marketplace. You still have to be really sharp in your underwriting though, right? Because interest rates are fluctuating up and down to buy protection on your rate is super expensive. [00:09:26] Mike Deaton: Once you get into these, six figures to protect yourself 2% on the upside. And so, you really just have to be a lot more cautious. There's still deals out there. There's people that are needing to get out of properties. And so I think now we're starting to see a little bit of that deal making potential that's coming into the market. [00:09:42] Mike Deaton: Do you  [00:09:42] Sam Wilson: feel like the deal making potential we'll call it that cause you use that term deal, making potential coming into the market. Is an avalanche thing where, it's just taking a few extra sellers that all of a sudden are experiencing FOMO. They're going, oh my gosh, we're gonna miss out on the peak. [00:09:57] Sam Wilson: And so they start putting a few properties out there and then other sellers start seeing their properties going out there. And it's like the dog file effect. And all of a sudden, you just have this breakaway pricing. Is it that happening or is there a fundamental shift in the dynamics that can be bringing some of these prices down? [00:10:13] Mike Deaton: I think there's a little bit of both. I definitely have felt over the last, let's say six to 12 months that a lot of owners are really throwing some high prices out there. And just like in the housing market, I think sellers were just like, Hey, let's see if we can get it. And they have been, and that's the problem. [00:10:32] Mike Deaton: And now we're starting to see because there is some external market force striving geopolitical issues. You've got inflation running, you've got interest rates popping. And so yeah, a lot of people that are throwing those high prices out there the buyers are now kind of saying, Ooh, wait a minute. [00:10:47] Mike Deaton: We, we sense a top. But I also think there is a lot of this market psychology. If you will, where you start looking around and saying, holy cow, they got what for their property. Well, I'm gonna put it out as well. And there' some FOMO probably out there, but I think it's, I think it is really starting to tip I have brokers, like I said, that are reaching out that. [00:11:06] Mike Deaton: Properties are getting no offers and they're like, this seller has to sell and he'll take really, whatever you put a number out there and see if he bites. So I think there is, a shift starting to happen.  [00:11:16] Sam Wilson: We've spent quite a bit of time on this show and you wouldn't know this, but here the last few recent episodes talking about strategic ways to forge relationships with brokers, one of the things that you mentioned though, that I don't think we've talked about much is how people are establishing relationships with their property management companies. [00:11:32] Sam Wilson: you said that's two of the ways that you guys are finding opportunities by, working with brokers and with property managers. What does that conversation sound like when you go and talk to a property manager, it's like, Hey, by the way, I'm Mike and li and we wanna buy Origio excuse me. [00:11:45] Sam Wilson: And we want to buy multifamily properties. I mean, where talk to us about how you even begin that conversation and how you nurture those relationships.  [00:11:51] Mike Deaton: Yeah, that's a great point. But it's a really critical one. I think what I understand and the way I approach property management is really just forging relationships. [00:12:00] Mike Deaton: Potential business in the future. So, we own several properties and. We try to assess, who are the strong players in a given market. And while we may have a relationship with one property management company running our properties, it's always nice to have some in your back pocket. [00:12:17] Mike Deaton: We're continually looking at deals and anytime we do, we go out to. Various property managers to get their performer look at, what they would do. And so most of them are very open about wanting to help out and, they're trying to win business as well. And so, I find that it's pretty easy to strike up these conversations and most of them are very willing to talk about our current properties. [00:12:38] Mike Deaton: Any that we're looking at. And even this week I was having a conversation with one and they happened to be managing the property right next door to ours and knew that it was on the market. And so, we're able to get in the mix on a property and hopefully find some efficiencies across that. [00:12:52] Mike Deaton: I mean, it's really nice when you have some properties nearby one another, and you can share labor resources or marketing efforts or things like that to really amplify and cut down on expense.  [00:13:04] Sam Wilson: What have you done on the building team front? I mean, multifamily, especially maybe on the land investing front, that's something like you said, you could probably run that inhouse and keep that fairly small. [00:13:14] Sam Wilson: It's not small and tight, but multifamily is a team sport. Mm-hmm how built out your team to surround you when you guys are taking down? I, my gosh, what do you have? 1500 units at this point in just a couple short years. That's a lot of units in a short period of time. Yeah. How'd you do it?  [00:13:26] Mike Deaton: So both in our land, business and multifamily. [00:13:29] Mike Deaton: When we went in we knew that we wanted to do this full time. And we decided in order to do that, we needed to find a mentor, a coach, and a community that we can join to help accelerate the learning and offset or mitigate any potential missteps. And so specific to multifamily, we spent about six months doing research on what type of groups are out there. [00:13:50] Mike Deaton: There's a lot of syndication groups with gurus as they call 'em Michael Blas and rod clefs and you name it. And so we spent a lot of time. We went to a few events, we networked with people and we just tried to get a feel for. What does that community look like? And until we found one that resonated with us and signed up to be a part of a group called think multifamily. [00:14:09] Mike Deaton: It's run by mark in toil, Kenny out of Dallas. And it's a lot more intimate family oriented type feel to it. And so there was a lot of flexibility within the group. Some of the groups. There's more of a pecking order in terms of, you gotta start out as an LP, then you gotta bring a deal to me and then we'll walk you through. [00:14:25] Mike Deaton: And so, that structure felt a little restrictive for us. And this was a lot more flexible as well as any deals we're dealing directly with mark versus some of these other programs have a hierarchy and a tiered structure of coaches and coaches under coaches. And and so. [00:14:39] Mike Deaton: We signed up for that after about six months of research and that enabled us to really immediately plug into a network of owner operators, as well as legal experts, mortgage brokers people that can go out and find good lenders just a whole ecosystem of insurance brokers, people ready, made system of support that could help us without having to grow and find all these people on our own. [00:15:04] Mike Deaton: And so, that has really leapfrogged our journey. Within that structure, we did it fairly. We started out as LPs on a few deals that gave us an understanding of the deal flow, how things work. And then we joined as general partners where we were able to take a more active role in. [00:15:21] Mike Deaton: helping close a property, put up some risk capital invest as well. Bring in investors until we stepped into finding our own deal and pulling our own team together. And so, it was a very calculated. Process of scaling up to that number that we were able to, we also had some capital at our disposal, which always helps. [00:15:38] Mike Deaton: Right. Anytime you're able to bring capital into a deal doors open a little more than other things. But yeah, it's been, having that team around us has been essential, as you say, it's a team sport and we couldn't have done it without all of those, or we couldn't have done it as quickly. [00:15:50] Mike Deaton: Right.  [00:15:50] Sam Wilson: No, and I that's great. I mean, of course, we hear that quite a bit, but I don't think anybody's quite said it as, clearly as you have as to how that mentorship group worked for you and what it did to help you scale so quickly. One of the things that commonly people struggle with, especially starting out is raising capital for bigger deals. [00:16:09] Sam Wilson: Tell me about your capital raise process, are there things that you've learned in raising capital that you would say, Hey, this is something that either is worth repeating or here's a mistake I made that I would recommend maybe that you can avoid.  [00:16:21] Mike Deaton: Yeah. You wanna talk about the early days of capital raising [00:16:24] Ligia Deaton: Yes. I mean the, in the early days we thought we will definitely start with the friends and family and I think we had to work on our mental game because I felt like we were asking money from people, until I had to have that paradigm shift that we're actually offering people an opportunity. [00:16:45] Ligia Deaton: We're not asking money. So that was a big change. And it took us. It took us a little bit. We realized that our pool of friends and family got shrinked really soon. And we had to really start building processes and do something to reach out to to more people outside of that group. [00:17:06] Mike Deaton: Yeah. Where, I think there's a saying in, I don't know that it's specific to multi-family, but. People have to know, like, and trust you essentially. Right. And so with our friends and family, we have the know like, and even the trust in some areas, but then once it gets into financial areas, it's a little more like, okay. [00:17:20] Mike Deaton: And especially when you start talking about multi-family syndications, while when you're in it, it feels like everybody knows about it, but really not. A whole lot of people know about that as an investment class. And so there's a lot of education that has to go into building up that investor BA investor pool. [00:17:36] Mike Deaton: And it definitely, we started out, I think with high aspirations and quickly figured out like, oh, this is gonna take a different approach. So we had to pivot and start cultivating some on our friends and family side, but also bringing out outside investors. And so it was a bit of a different animal than we thought at the. [00:17:52] Sam Wilson: Right. Yeah. And it certainly is. I liked your word there of cultivation. I mean, that's what it is. It is it's a cultivation of those relationships and that just, and it takes time. Certainly certainly takes time, but definitely uh, that's really cool. That you guys, you figured out how to do it. [00:18:07] Sam Wilson: I mean, that's the short we're growing.  [00:18:09] Mean,  [00:18:09] Mike Deaton: We're not where we wanna be. And so, we're closing on a deal right now and we're in the middle of raising our. And so, I deal with we have a small team that are helping take down this asset, and there's some people that bring in millions of dollars, right. [00:18:23] Mike Deaton: I mean, they just, within a matter of a week, they have that. And we're just not to that level yet, but we have aspirations of getting there. But yeah. And we try to look at it as a long game. I mean, this show about scale is great and we. Or most of us wanna scale up and grow. But we're not looking for a quick fix. [00:18:40] Mike Deaton: I mean, we definitely are trying to do this a little more methodically, put good systems in place, build automation and a team and system so that we're in this for the long haul. And we don't have any delusions that we're gonna get there tomorrow. So, it's a learning game. [00:18:53] Sam Wilson: Awesome. Mike Andia. Thank you for taking the time to come on the show today and talk about your experience thus far. It's been fun to learn about the land investing business, the way you guys have taken down 1500 units here in the last couple years, how you're building team and just lessons learned along the capital. [00:19:08] Sam Wilson: Raise process. Certainly appreciate it. And thank you for your insight also, talked about how to relate to and how to grow relationships with property managers. So, lots of good information here. Certainly appreciate it. If our listeners wanna get in touch with you or learn more about you, what is the best way to do that? [00:19:22] Mike Deaton: We put together a landing page on our website, so you can go to Deaton equity partners.com/freedom, and it's like a one stop shop. We have contact information, phone numbers a couple of eBooks. If you're interested in getting started in land, there's a primer there. If you're in, interested in multifamily, got a little thing there. [00:19:38] Mike Deaton: So that's probably the best place. And then you can get in contact with this in whatever method is convenient for you. Awesome.  [00:19:45] Sam Wilson: We'll make sure to put that link there in the show. Again, appreciate you taking the time to come on today. Thank you so much. Likewise.  [00:19:52] Mike Deaton: Thanks. Thank you for  [00:19:52] Ligia Deaton: having us.  

The Cale Clarke Show - Today's issues from a Catholic perspective.
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Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2022 51:07


Cale shares the jaw-dropping discoveries of the James Webb telescope in searching out the very beginnings of creation at the edge of the heavens. Also, on this day in 1917, Our Lady of Fatima revealed Hell to the three shepherd children. Plus: The Open begins tomorrow. We have a preview and predictions. And, it's #NationalFrenchFryDay. Who makes the best—and the worst?

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Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2022 37:58


In this Sharks vs. Jets style debate, Katrina and Rich fail to find common ground as they weak and fleek 2021's cinematic musicals West Side Story, tick tick BOOM, In the Heights, Dear Evan Hansen, and Cyrano. This episode proves more controversial than the Meg and Tom episode of season one and the MIssion Impossible episode from season three combined. But this time, Katrina's not laughing.

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Dallas Alley, Fairview Heights Director of Land Use and Development joins Carol Daniel and Tom Ackerman talking about the meeting to discuss the drug treatment center. 

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Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2022 87:25


Having followed the leads they picked up in the museum, our heroes find themselves face to face with none other than the notorious villain Fearmonger! But how is he connected to a mysterious figure from Aggie's past? And what's a team to do when their leader stops believing in them? In ISSUE #04: HIDE OUT, team tensions finally come to a head as THE MUTANT makes a costly error, SILVER SPIRIT runs away from his problems, and RUSALKA begins to formulate a new plan for everyone.    Support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/unexploredcast Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/unexploredcast Art by Ben PrevasMusic by Andrew: https://andrewperricone.bandcamp.com/

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Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2022 51:58


You wouldn't sign up for a terrible experience but they're a breeding ground for the best stories, and the most personal growth. It's no different for today's guest and the usual host of Secret Leaders, Dan Murray-Serter, who opens up about his biggest traumas… which became the biggest turning points in his life. This is the third chapter in our semi-regular series with Dan. If you haven't listened to the first or second it's worth doing that now because you'll understand the periods he's talking about in this episode.  Dan today has become pretty synonymous with the mental health space. His VC backed startup Heights is trying to create a new category of braincare - but he wasn't always like this. In fact, he didn't even think he had mental health issues despite having had a shopping list of problems over the years. When the penny dropped for Dan, it dropped hard. Find out what Dan went through - and what he learnt about how to spend your time on this earth. If you have any feedback (what would make the show better?) we'd love to hear it: hello@secretleaders.com  Our wonderful sponsors: eveyln.com/secretleaders svb.com/uk transparent.biz/SL vanta.com/secretleaders

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TV Guidance Counselor Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2022 85:13


July 16-22, 1994 This week Ken welcomes old friend and current host of the new PBS series "America Outdoors with Baratunde Thurston", Baratunde Thurston. Ken and Baratunde discuss satellites, fiber optics, being the thousand points of light, how professional Baratunde is, Baratunde's first (self) published book autographed to Ken, 2004, the greatness of the show title, lack of aging, assigned homework, the wonder of 1994, Cindy Crawford, the weirdness of 89 cents, working fax lines, The Ground Round "pay what you weigh", Bill O'Reiley's lucrative PR fueled hobby, creating our own monsters, cigarettes, The Moon Landing, riding OUTSIDE the plane, deciding if we'd go into space or not, VR, A Man Called Hawk, AIDS awareness 18 month calendar, Dr. Quinn Medicine Woman, COPS, 227, Washington DC, Living Single, Baratunde's theme song concert, ROC, Good Morning Mr. Hitler, Discovery Channel, "The Hitler Network", The Fresh Prince of Bel Aire, reboots, The Oxbow Incident, The Running Man, Robocop, Unsolved Mysteries, The Air and Space Museum, Astronaut Ice Cream, The American Ninja Series, The Heights, wanting to experience the awkward teen years, Cliffhanger, Hanging with Mr. Cooper, Jeff Jarvis, The Franklin Mint, collector plates, guilding everything, and the outdoors. 

Susquehanna Alchemy
Your Handbook For The Apocalypse 36: Colonial Heights?

Susquehanna Alchemy

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2022 43:36


Uncle Mike and Mystic Mark discuss a seemingly anomalous concentration of listeners in a very specific area. Stay Tuned...Please help Me (Mark) Get to Gnome Countryside to Film an in person Episode of YHFTA and create some synchro-contentCashApp: $MarkSteevesJrVenmo: @MysticMarkPaypal: @mysticmarkKo-fi: https://ko-fi.com/myfamilythinksimcrazyBuy Me A Coffee: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/MFTICGnome Countryside Air BnB: https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/40276758?source_impression_id=p3_1653784608_qLtDU1chGP8t7Zi6https://www.mycofest.net/Support Uncle Mike (Michael Wann)IG @susquehannaalchemyVisit My Website Susquehanna AlchemySupport on Subscribe StarBuy Susquehanna Alchemy GearBuy Mikes Book Rites of the 40th ParallelSupport Mystic MarkMFTIC Merchhttps://mftic-podcast.creator-spring.comJoin us on TelegramOn Patreon For Exclusive Episodes. Check out the S.E.E.E.N.IG: @myfamilythinksimcrazyhttps://www.myfamilythinksimcrazy.comMusical Credit:Intro Backtrack:Music: 57c6fcd5By OriondriveCC 4.0 Free Music Archive★ Support this podcast ★

Crack House Chronicles
Ep. 119 The Murder of Lisa Pruett

Crack House Chronicles

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2022 59:34


In this episode of the Crack House Chronicles, Donnie and Dale discuss the 1990 murder of Lisa Pruett. She was a popular 16-year-old Shaker Heights High School student who snuck out of her house one late September evening to go visit her boyfriend Dan Dreifort. She was found in the early morning hours stabbed to death before she'd made it to his house. Police would focus on Kevin Young, even bringing him to trial in a nationally televised Court TV case. But a jury found him not guilty, leaving Lisa's murder one of Ohio's most frustrating cold cases. https://crackhousechronicles.com/ Check out our MERCH! https://www.teepublic.com/user/crackhousechronicles Sponsors: https://betterhelp.com/chc If you use this link or Promo Code CHC, BetterHELP will give you 10% off your first months bill. Sources: https://truecrimegarage.com/blogs/true-crime-garage/posts/shaker-heights-6-part-series https://www.grunge.com/653448/the-biggest-lisa-pruett-theories-what-really-happened/    

The County 10 Podcast
The Lander Biz Show: Westward Heights Care Center

The County 10 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 7, 2022 19:18


(Lander, WY) - Every week, the Lander Biz Show highlights a Lander area business and gives us the chance to go in-depth with an employee. This week, we visit with Natalie Korell from Westward Heights Care Center. Host Vince Tropea is also joined by Owen Sweeney, the Executive Director of the Lander Chamber of Commerce. The Lander Biz Show airs Thursday's on KOVE 1330 AM / 107.7 FM around 5:20 p.m. Listen to the full episode in the player below or by finding the County 10 Podcast on all major podcast apps.

What's Eric Eating
Episode 248 - Christopher Haatuft and Paul Qui of Golfstrømmen

What's Eric Eating

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 7, 2022 75:54


On today's show, Eric's co-host is hospitality veteran and co-founder of the Houston BBQ Festival Michael Fulmer. They kick things off with Houston's Restaurant News of the Week in which they discuss an exciting new partnership involving French restaurant La Table ahead of its reopening next Spring, a new brew pub opening in the Bellaire Triangle called CounterCommon Beerworks & Kitchen, and their excitement for Reata Cellars, a new wine shop and bar opening in the Heights. For this episode's Restaurant of the Week, the pair highlight the "new" Georgia James as they discuss their initial impressions of Chris Shepherd's Houston steakhouse in its swanky new location.  In the guest portion of the show, Eric is joined by Norwegian Chef Christopher Haatuft and James Beard Award-winning Chef Paul Qui of Golfstrømmen to discuss the beginnings of their unlikely partnership, how their restaurant came to be, why sustainability is so important to what they're trying to do, how the restaurant has fared compared to their expectations, and how they'd like to see things develop going forward. Follow Eric on Instagram and Twitter, plus check out some of his latest articles at Culturemap.com: Nostalgic new bakery rises in Houston with Southern sweets and Grandma-approved treats New Second Ward grocery store delivers fresh and healthy staples to food-insecure neighborhood 2 top Houston steakhouses score Wine Spectator's most prestigious award Ben Berg bids adieu to neighboring French restaurant, reveals 2 new Galleria-area concepts Anthony Bourdain-approved Houston BBQ joint fires up new to-go location in Pearland

The Brew Happy Show
Cascadia Heights

The Brew Happy Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 7, 2022 93:43


The hottest new taphouse in the SW Hills, Cascadia Taphouse's new Heights location. Owners Jesse and Rich want to invite the community to make themselves at home. Ryan gets down with Diamond, Damian harkens back to obscure 90s TV, and John brings a single malt spirit. Celebrating local business, entrepreneurs, and artists on this episode of Brew Happy!

How They Love Mary
Episode 161: The Story Behind Trinity Heights and How It Became a Shrine with Terry Hegarty

How They Love Mary

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2022 30:12


Last summer, Fr. Edward was invited to speak at Trinity Heights in Sioux City, Iowa. When he arrived, he was impressed by the property. The shrine has two 30+ feet statues of Jesus and Mary, and several other devotional areas. Today, Terry Hegarty joins Fr. Edward to share the story behind and the future of Trinity Heights.

Our American Stories
The Confederate Soldier Who Risked His Life to Aid Union Wounded, The Angel of St. Marye's Heights and Boyhood Dream Turns into Career, Joe Klimchak KNEW He'd Work for the Pittsburgh Pirates Since He Was 7

Our American Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 38:16


On this episode of Our American Stories, Richard Hood from Valencia, California, takes us back in time to the Battle of Fredericksburg and tells a story about compassion in the midst of America's deadliest war. Joe Klimchak tells us how he was inspired by a Pirates legend to pursue his MLB career dream. Support the show (https://www.ouramericanstories.com/donate) Time Codes: 00:00 - The Confederate Soldier Who Risked His Life to Aid Union Wounded, The Angel of St. Marye's Heights 25:00 - Boyhood Dream Turns into Career, Joe Klimchak KNEW He'd Work for the Pittsburgh Pirates Since He Was 7 See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Born of Wonder
S4:3 EP45: Bl. Pier Giorgio: Friendship, Patriotism, and Adventure

Born of Wonder

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 23:30


Today on the podcast, the incredible life of soon-to-be saint Bl. Pier Giorgio, the man St. Pope John Paul II called 'the man of the Eight Beatitudes' and his friends called 'an explosion of Joy.' Who was this mountain-climbing, prank-playing, compassionate young man, and what can he teach us about the value of friendship and adventure? We'll also touch on being patriotic even amidst trying times, and we'll all get weepy hearing Captain Von Trapp choke up during Edelweiss. An episode to inspire you!    -----   www.bornofwonder.com  Leave a review for the podcast on iTunes and leave a star rating on Spotify!    Support the podcast on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/bornofwonder?fan_landing=true     Music courtesy of Blue Dot Sessions   ------   Verso L'Alto: To the Heights with Bl. Pier Giorgio Frassati https://www.bornofwonder.com/home/verso-lalto-to-the-heights-with-bl-pier-giorgio-frassati    Frassati Groups https://frassatiusa.org    Edelweiss Scene https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pjdbGNK8gSU 

Slate Daily Feed
Working: How Foley Artist Joanna Fang Creates Sound Effects for Movies and TV

Slate Daily Feed

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 53:15 Very Popular


This week, host Karen Han talks to foley artist Joanna Fang, who uses everyday objects to create sound effects for movies, TV shows, and video games. In the interview, Joanna explains what a foley artist does and describes some of her tools and techniques. Then she demonstrates how pasta shells can sound like breaking bones and how a wet cloth can be used to make a whole range of (mostly gross) sounds.  After the interview, Karen and co-host Isaac Butler discuss Joanna's unique passion for her work.  In the exclusive Slate Plus segment, Joanna talks about her work on the movie musical In the Heights.  Send your questions about creativity and any other feedback to working@slate.com or give us a call at (304) 933-9675. Podcast production by Cameron Drews. If you enjoy this show, please consider signing up for Slate Plus. Slate Plus members get benefits like zero ads on any Slate podcast, bonus episodes of shows like Slow Burn and Big Mood, Little Mood—and you'll be supporting the work we do here on Working. Sign up now at slate.com/workingplus. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Culture Gabfest
Working: How Foley Artist Joanna Fang Creates Sound Effects for Movies and TV

Culture Gabfest

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 53:15


This week, host Karen Han talks to foley artist Joanna Fang, who uses everyday objects to create sound effects for movies, TV shows, and video games. In the interview, Joanna explains what a foley artist does and describes some of her tools and techniques. Then she demonstrates how pasta shells can sound like breaking bones and how a wet cloth can be used to make a whole range of (mostly gross) sounds.  After the interview, Karen and co-host Isaac Butler discuss Joanna's unique passion for her work.  In the exclusive Slate Plus segment, Joanna talks about her work on the movie musical In the Heights.  Send your questions about creativity and any other feedback to working@slate.com or give us a call at (304) 933-9675. Podcast production by Cameron Drews. If you enjoy this show, please consider signing up for Slate Plus. Slate Plus members get benefits like zero ads on any Slate podcast, bonus episodes of shows like Slow Burn and Big Mood, Little Mood—and you'll be supporting the work we do here on Working. Sign up now at slate.com/workingplus. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices