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Investing In The U.S.
RG 309 - Building a Multi-Family Company From a Value Perspective – w/ Salem Vanderstel

Investing In The U.S.

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 19:37


Say hello to one of our first live interview guests in Denver—Salem Vanderstel of Naked Capital Group! Salem is the Founder of Naked Capital Group. Coming from a Chemistry and Corporate Strategy background, Salem used his talents for analytics to build ultra-high net worth asset management products at one of the world's largest investment banks. After discovering significant risk-adjusted returns associated with specific real estate investments, Salem diverted his energy into the real estate space. Today, he helps other investors build and manage their real estate investments through Naked Capital Group, a full-service real estate operator, advisory, and investor. With this quick interview, Salem gives us a glimpse into what he does at Naked Capital Group and his #1 advice for investors looking to invest in property management. KEY TAKEAWAYS 1. Paying above the market is one of the best ways to find the top talent for your business. 2. Find ways to churn around assets to discover more opportunities beyond property management. 3. Overpaying the best people is worth it. LINKS https://nakedcapitalgroup.com/ https://www.linkedin.com/company/nakedcapital/about/ INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES Want to invest alongside Reed? All investments are 100% PASSIVE. Historical returns to accredited investors have ranged 18-31% annualized! To find out more, head on over to… www.reedgoossens.com

Flourish Insights
Episode 64: Tech Wreck

Flourish Insights

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 7:18


Episode #64: Tech Wreck Over the last few weeks, we've experienced perhaps the most significant market decline of 2022, and many investors see nothing but a bleak outlook ahead. Tech stocks, in particular, have taken a beating. However, analyzing statistics about drawdowns and looking to history as a guide is helpful in understanding why it's happening - and why there's still a great probability for positive returns in 2022. Want more Flourish Insights with Jay Pluimer? Check out our Insights blog at https://www.flourishinsights.com. Like what you hear? Please write a review of this podcast on Apple Podcasts or Alexa EPISODE TRANSCRIPT Hi everyone, Jay Pluimer here with Flourish Insights. As the Director of Investments at Flourish Wealth Management, I take pride in providing our clients, colleagues, and friends with resources and information that can help them make strategic and effective choices regarding their investments. If you've been enjoying the show, be sure to subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, or wherever you get your podcasts, so you'll never miss an episode. Today, we're talking about the ongoing Tech Wreck. In direct contrast to the most recent episode of Flourish Insights about Silver Linings, the stock market has been experiencing another steep decline over the past couple of weeks. This is the third time we've experienced a dip in the markets during 2022, and so far it seems to be the most aggressive with a couple of days when the S&P 500 Index dropped by over 2%. Small Cap Growth and Large Cap Technology stocks have been hit even harder and are both in Bear Market territory, meaning they have lost over 20% so far this year. Although it seems like the S&P 500 has done as bad or worse this year, Large Cap Stocks are down around 15% so far this year. An important statistic during periods when stock prices are dropping is that the market spends about one-third of the time in drawdown. Drawdowns have happened in 33 of the 96 years that we have market data. The drawdown actually has two components – the decline and the recovery. The decline is what we are in right now when the market is falling and nobody seems to know how long it will last or how low the market will go. Bear markets have historically lasted a little over a year with a total loss of around 33%. However, at some point the downward slide ends and the recovery stage begins until the market reaches the pre-downturn level. It might help to know that the average annual market drop over the past 40 years is 14%. The market is down at some point during the year 100% of the time but has a positive return 75% of the time. That means that our current loss of 15% is pretty average based on market activity over the past 40 years, and that there is still a 75% chance of a positive return in 2022. But let's talk about why the market downturn this year feels so bleak. The barrage of negative headlines about inflation, rising food prices, the War in Ukraine, and pain at the pump is a lot to bear for investors. Add in worries about a recession from aggressive Federal Reserve interest rate hikes and it's not a surprise that investors are questioning why they should stay in the market. (By the way, people definitely should stay in the market or they will lock in the year-to-date losses and miss out on the eventual recovery.) The hardest hit part of the market so far has been Large Cap Technology and Communications stocks. These companies make up the majority of the NASDAQ Composite which is down about 26% this year. It's a grim part of the market with 4,700 stocks where 61% of those stocks are down more than 20%, 43% of the stocks are down more than 40%, and 29% are down over 60%. Some of the notable losers this year include companies that had benefited from the COVID economy, including Zoom, Netflix, and Shopify, all of which are down over 70% this year. There are a few reasons why companies in the NASDAQ Composite are taking the biggest hits from the correction. The first reason is valuation, meaning the stock prices for these companies had been very high after 3 consecutive years of big gains. Stock price estimates are based in part on calculations that use the discount rate, which has been basically zero for the past couple of years but is on the way up with every Fed rate hike. Another hit from higher interest rates is the significant amount of bond debt that these companies have taken on over the past few years, initially issuing record levels of new bond debt to capitalize on the zero interest rate environment but now paying the price for that debt as interest rates spike. Technology and Communications companies represent over 60% of the NASDAQ Composite compared to 35% of the S&P 500 Index. These companies have been driving stock market returns for the past 10+ years, generating between 20% and 40% of the returns in a given year. For example, the so-called FAANG stocks of Facebook, Apple, Amazon, Netflix, and Google have returned over 40% per year for the past 5 years while representing almost 25% of the S&P 500 Index and 40% of the NASDAQ. Those stocks are down between 14% (Apple) and 72% (Netflix) so far this year, leading the way for the Tech Wreck we are experiencing at the moment. It's hard to know what's next at this point. Historical evidence shows that we could be close to the bottom of the market dip or at the halfway point of a larger decline. One thing I can be sure of is that companies like Netflix and Peloton still have millions of subscribers and continue to grow, just not at the astronomic rates experienced in 2020. Zoom is here to stay as an important office resource and most of the restaurants I've visited over the past year use point of sale technology from Square. I can't fully explain why each of those stocks have dropped over 60% this year, but they are good businesses with real revenues and attractive growth opportunities, so my expectation is that investors will start to buy those stocks again at some point. The same can be said for most of the stocks that have been beaten up during the Tech Wreck. This is definitely NOT a repeat of the year 2000 when companies like Pets.com, Global Crossing, and Palm went out of business in the blink of an eye. Although I doubt we have seen the bottom of the Tech Wreck, history shows that these companies will experience a recovery at some point on their way to setting new record highs. Hopefully that turning point will happen sooner rather than later. If you enjoyed this episode, please take a moment to rate and review us on Apple Podcasts so that more investors like you can find the show. And don't forget to check out Flourish Wealth Management's other podcast, Flourish Financially with Kathy Longo, available on all your favorite podcast providers. Thanks for listening, and don't forget to stay focused and think long-term. Send us your feedback online: https://pinecast.com/feedback/flourish-insights/0df6b57d-7d90-4bcd-b1cb-32558c8d40b7

The Friendly Bear
174: Spikeet Founder Noam Cohen - Using Historical Financial Market Data to Find Your Edge

The Friendly Bear

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 38:07


Episode 174: Spikeet founder Noam Cohen comes on the podcast to talk about Spikeet, the market data gathering software. Spikeet helps traders gather historical data so that traders can analyze and find edge in the market. Noam also talks about some new features that Spikeet is implementing such as charting and fundamental data collection. Social MediaSpikeetTwitter: _spikeetYouTube: Spikeetwww.Spikeet.com

We Are For Good Podcast - The Podcast for Nonprofits
270. Pay, Leave and Power: The Nonprofit Pay Conversation - Evan Feinberg

We Are For Good Podcast - The Podcast for Nonprofits

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 50:06


Meet Evan. As the Stand Together Foundation Executive Director, he leads the charge on building replicable frameworks that disrupt, empower and accelerate doing good in the world. And he's brought an entirely new playbook to the convo of compensating nonprofits - and compensating them big-time - and we want you to have it. We've all heard the phrase “I won't make a lot in nonprofit, but I love having a career with meaning.” NO MORE. Tune in to get the frameworks, negotiation tips and script to help you build a strong case for better pay. Those who pour into others should be incentivized for their work - not handed scraps. Let's elevate and equalize!EPISODE HIGHLIGHTSEvan's story and journey to where he is today (2:45)The equity problem in the sector and what Evan is seeing (6:00)Historical and current narratives about the nonprofit sector (9:00)How we pay people as individuals and incentivize around top performance (17:00)Advice for fundraisers: negotiating salaries and benefits (29:00)Evan's advice for small organizations (39:00) Evan's One Good Thing: Think of the empowerment movement. (42:00)For more information and episode details visit: www.weareforgood.com/episode/270About Our Sponsor PledgePledgeCrypto empowers more than 2 million registered nonprofits to accept cryptocurrency donations without any tech (or crypto) experience required! Simply add a Pledge giving form to your website, and your donors will instantly have the option to gift crypto that gets converted to cash for your organization.Learn more today at pledge.to/crypto Start Learning Today on We Are For Good PRO

Jake Gallen's Guest List Podcast
205 | 2016 Blockchain Game faces Scrutiny from Historical NFT Community | Vedran

Jake Gallen's Guest List Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 50:21


In 2016 Vedran created the play-to-earn game, Etherization. In this episode he talks about the upgrades to the Etherization website, and how it differs from the original website design. In addition he also explains the rediscovery of the project and pushing it out to people. Regarding recent turmoil, he talks about the community's vote to burn private keys. |Etherization| Website Twitter|Timestamps|0:00 - Introductions 5:03 - Etherization Website Design 9:00 - 2016 Transfers 11:08 - Process of Rediscovery 14:21 - Mechanics of Old Website 18:35 - L2 Rebellion 23:25 - Turmoil about Private Keys 32:50 - Wrapping 36:30 - Themes of Quadrants 42:07 - Encouraging Player Participation|JakeGallen|InstagramTwitterFacebookLinkedin|LISTEN and SUBSCRIBE to the platform of your choice|-Apple Podcasts-Spotify-Google Podcasts-Amazon Podcasts-Youtube (VIDEO RECORDING)

Speaking of Travel®
Sardinia Is Historical, Stunning And Rich In Traditions Of Ancient Roots

Speaking of Travel®

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 47:54


Sonya and Frank DiPalma recently spent time in Sardinia, Italy, as part of Sonya's research for a book about the Homeless European Land Project (HELP) which provided refuge for about a dozen displaced persons in the late 1950s thanks to actress Hope Lange and actor Don Murray. HELP served as a model for the United Nations for resettlement of refugees and it also influenced the creation of the Peace Corps. Frank planned the trip around the island from Cardedu, Oristano, Simaxis, Sorso, Porto Torres, Castelsardo, Alghero, Sassari, Bosa, Olbia, Costa Smeraldo, Porto Cervo, San Teodoro and then Cagliari. Sonya and Frank share their journey, along with a history, of this ancient island some call paradise on Earth.  Also on Speaking of Travel, Justin Bellame, founder of the JB Media Group and the publisher of Romantic Asheville.com, shares why vacation and short-term rentals are seeing an uptick and what it means to local economies. 

Chasing Consciousness
Shauna Shapiro PHD - THE PSYCHOLOGY OF MINDFULNESS MEDITATION

Chasing Consciousness

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 41:27


This episode covers the fascinating science of mindfulness meditation. The massive explosion in popularity of meditation, has brought about a quiet revolution to the frantic western mind with the result of a complete change in our societies approach to stress management, happiness and well being. Today we're going to get to the bottom of what happens to the brain when we meditate and why it's so beneficial. But we're also going to find out what happens to our levels of happiness, satisfaction, mental health and physical health if we meditate regularly over a long period of time. We're also going to think about how society and business at large will evolve if these techniques continue to be introduced to our schools and companies. So who better to help us find out what all the buzz is about than award winning professor of clinical psychology at Santa Clara University, Dr. Shauna Shapiro. She's a fellow of the Mind and Life Institute co-founded by the Dalai Lama, who we'll be discussing a bit today. She also lectures about and leads mindfulness programs internationally; and she's even brought mindfulness to pioneering companies including Cisco Systems and Google. She has published over 150 articles and is the author of several books, like ‘The art and science of Mindfulness', and ‘Good Morning I love You' and has just released The ‘Good morning I love you' guided journal. What we discuss in this Episode: 00:00 Intro 05:37 Study results: Increased attention, memory and academic success, lowered activation of the Amygdala, reaction to pain 09:00 Better regulation of the nervous system 10:00 Effects of longer term meditation practice 11:00 Our happiness base line can be changed with practice 13:30 Intention and repetition's relation to neuroplasticity 16:00 Journalling to set intention and maintain practice 17:00 Journalling for memory, health, mood, immune system and sleep 18:00 Morning theta state - more malleable brain 20:00 Advice for beginners getting started on meditation 22:00 Breath as a tool for relaxation 24:20 ‘Name it to tame it' - Increased resilience and acceptance 27:00 Historical undervaluing of the coping function of emotion 28:30 Emotions only last 30-90 seconds, apart from their intellectualisation 30:00 Rise of polarisation and negative bias hacking by media - Mindfulness and compassion as a solution 33:00 Self-compassion leads to wider compassion and implicit bias reduction 34:00 The insular (compassion centre of the brain) is muted when someone is very different to you. 35:00 Knee jerk reactions (amygdala) reduced with regular meditation 37:00 Shauna's meditation workshops in the military and companies References: drshaunashapiro.com Good Morning, I Love You: A Guided Journal for Calm, Clarity, and Joy Shauna Shapiro Altered Traits, Daniel Goleman and Richard J. Davidson Changing happiness set points - Dr. Tal Ben Shahar - Happiness Studies Andrew Huberman Lab, ‘Sigh breath' research https://governmentscienceandengineering.blog.gov.uk/2021/11/26/is-a-sigh-just-a-sigh/ ‘Name it to tame it' UCLA study. https://www.scn.ucla.edu/pdf/AL(2007).pdf Alleged Viktor Frankl quote “Between stimulus and response lies a space. In that space lies our freedom and power to choose a response. In our response lies our growth and our happiness.”

Heirloom Radio
Adventures of Marco Polo - Epi 13 and Epi 14 - ca. 1930's 40's - Historical Adventure

Heirloom Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 25:36


Epi 13 and 14 edited back-to-back on this track. Episode 13 "At The Gates of Peking" Episode 14 "An Audience With The Great Khan" - based on the book "The Travels of Marco Polo" written in late 1200's. Adapted for radio and produced/directed/and starring George Edwards, an Australian who had outstanding vocal talents often playing multiple roles in a program. This series was produced in the late 1930's and transcribed on 16" platters... first heard in Australia but quickly became popular all over the world as the transcriptions were sent to radio stations worldwide. All the tracks to this series are in the "Marco Polo" playlist on the podcast originated on Soundcloud.com

The Queer Quadrant
Amadeus with Hannah Strong

The Queer Quadrant

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 100:17


Jordan and Brooke are joined by Hannah Strong (Little White Lies) for 1984's operatic epic (and the second leggiest movie in the-numbers.com's history – ooh!). They talk anachronistic historical pieces and why they rule, how this film inspired the likes of Sofia Coppola, the hit TV program Little Einsteins, religious repression and obsession, and why going to see your sworn enemy's operas every night might mean you're secretly in love with him.Follow us on Twitter!Follow Hannah on Twitter!Order Hannah's book! Sofia Coppola: Forever Young

As The Money Burns
Pomp and Circumstance

As The Money Burns

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 22:39


Heiresses dream of royal romances with fairytale endings. As one marries her prince, another dances with a future king.#BarbaraHutton, #QueenElizabethII, #KingEdwardVIII, #PlatinumJubilee, #PrinceAlexisMdivani, #LouiseVanAlen, #PrinceofWalesLouise Van Alen marries Prince Alexis Mdivani despite her family's objections. Barbara Hutton goes to Buckingham Palace to bow before the King and Queen of England and meets the future British king David, the Prince of Wales. Could a royal romance bloom?--Date: May 15-20th, 1931Location: Wakehurst in Newport, Rhode Island; Buckingham Palace, London, EnglandEvent: royal marriage, bowing to King and Queen of EnglandCharacters: Barbara Hutton, David Prince of Wales – King Edward VIII – Duke of Windsor, King George V and Queen Mary of Great Britain, Franklyn Hutton, Irene Hutton, Helena McCann, Virginia Dawes, Mr. & Mrs. Charles Dawes,Historical mentions: Doris Duke, Viscountess Thelma Furness, Jessie Woolworth Donahue, Jeem Jimmy Donahue Jr., Queen Elizabeth II, Lady Jane Grey, King Edgar the Aethling, King Louis XIV, Thai King Bhumibol Adulyadej--Queens Podcasthttps://shows.acast.com/queenshistorypodcast--Archival Music provided by Past Perfect Vintage Music, www.pastperfect.com.Opening Music: My Heart Belongs to Daddy by Billy Cotton, Album The Great British Dance BandsSection 1 Music: Everything Stops For Tea by Mario “Harp” Lorenzi, Album The Great Dance Bands Play Hits Of The 30sSection 2 Music: It Had To Be You by Carroll Gibbons, Album It's Got To Be LoveSection 3 Music: The Eyes Of The World by Louis Levy, Album The Great British Dance BandsEnd Music: My Heart Belongs to Daddy by Billy Cotton, Album The Great British Dance Bands

Titterpigs – The TTRPG Podcast
Ep. 08 - Talking Historical Gaming with Jason Sheets of Sons Of Singularity

Titterpigs – The TTRPG Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 93:17


In this episode we have a wonderful and insightful chat with Jason Sheets of Sons of Singularity as we touch on several topics about Historical RPGs and their relevance within the gaming world. From simple things such as what our favorite historical games are, to more socially topical aspects such as white washing history in games and continuing with quite a bit more. Thank you for listening and we hope you enjoy the show. :-) A new intro by Dr. Mitch has dropped. You can follow Dr. Paul Mitchener on Twitter @TheTweedmeister for more ukulele goodness and also to check out his many TTRPG offerings. Most especially Liminal You can find Jason on Twitter: @SingularitySons and also on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Sons-of-the-Singularity-172432660287462 You can find Sons of Singularity games at: DrivethruRPG and their website Sonsofthesingularity.com Be sure and give a search on the link here at DriveThruRPG for any of the other games mentioned in this episode You can Email us at titerpigspod@gmail.com with your comments, questions, or soundbites. Give us a follow on all our socials: Twitter: @Titterpigs Scott: @HailOrcusdorkus Keith: @DM_Modoc Websites: Rolling Boxcars Blog Facebook: facebook.com/Titterpigs YouTube: OrcusDorkus' RPG Shenanigans Transition music by https://www.darrencurtismusic.com/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/titterpigs/message

The tastytrade network
Small Stakes - May 12, 2022 - How to Trade Futures with Historical Data

The tastytrade network

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 13:12


What charts do traders look at? Where do they find their strategies? How do they place a winning trade? Mean reversion can provide traders with a simple, data-driven approach that doesn't require industry knowledge or a good gut call to apply. Markets that many traders have deemed as mean reversion markets include interest rates, currencies, energies and metals. Many traders will scale into a trade as the market moves further and further from its long-term mean. Then, they can close the trade for profits when the market is, say, half the way back to that mean, though you can alter that management amount depending on your confidence level or the amount you were looking to make.

The tastytrade network
Small Stakes - May 12, 2022 - How to Trade Futures with Historical Data

The tastytrade network

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 12:21


What charts do traders look at? Where do they find their strategies? How do they place a winning trade? Mean reversion can provide traders with a simple, data-driven approach that doesn't require industry knowledge or a good gut call to apply. Markets that many traders have deemed as mean reversion markets include interest rates, currencies, energies and metals. Many traders will scale into a trade as the market moves further and further from its long-term mean. Then, they can close the trade for profits when the market is, say, half the way back to that mean, though you can alter that management amount depending on your confidence level or the amount you were looking to make.

Ridiculous History
Historical Hypocrisy: The Confederacy's Weird Stance on "Individual Rights"

Ridiculous History

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 39:52


While the Confederacy often portrayed itself as a champion of certain individual rights-- not applied to enslaved people, of course-- it didn't always practice what it preached. In today's episode, the guys explore how factions of the Confederate government used the chaos of war to confiscate all sorts of property and then, through a web of corruption, made themselves wealthy in the process. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Big Brains
From Green Burials To DIY Funerals, How Death In America Is Changing With Shannon Lee Dawdy

Big Brains

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 26:27


What does our relationship with the dead tell us about the living? Anthropologists learn about ancient cultures by studying their burial sites, but could we do the same with contemporary America? Those are the questions that University of Chicago anthropologist and historian Shannon Lee Dawdy set out to answer in her new book, American Afterlives: Reinventing Death In The Twenty-first Century. What she uncovered was a discreet revolution happening around American death rituals and practices, especially the rise in cremation after the tragedies of Sept. 11. According to one funeral director, there have been more changes in the death industry in the last ten years than the last hundred. And those changes reveal all sorts of societal and cultural shifts in response to climate change, COVID-19 and the personalization of everything, including DIY funerals and green burials.

Infinite Loops
Tracy Alloway — Understanding Financial Crises (EP.104)

Infinite Loops

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 48:21


Tracy Alloway is the co-host of the Odd Lots podcast and a managing editor at Bloomberg Markets. You can follow Tracy on Twitter at https://twitter.com/tracyalloway and listen to her podcast here: https://open.spotify.com/show/1te7oSFyRVekxMBJUSethH Show Notes: Financial crisis hindsight Being obsessed with risk and systemic stability Historical parallels to the crisis of ‘08 Macro vs. micro bullshitting Why people refuse to say “I don't know” Victorian chicken bubble Tales of forensic accounting NFTs being used to launder money? NFTs' path to success Insights from collapse of previous civilizations Understanding the Human OS Fair Wages for Robots Praise for Citi's Matt King and Credit Suisse's Zoltan Pozsar

Couple Pints Pod
Episode 99: San Diego Denisovans

Couple Pints Pod

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 39:54


This week the boys discuss a possible new branch of Neanderthals called "Denisovans" who were possibly unearthed off of a highway in San Diego! It's an incredible discovery and we elaborate on the News Story, then let Kollin go off the rails with theories about how they got there, where their bones went, and why Archeologists and Scientists don't believe they even existed. It's a really cool episode, so crack a brewhah and join us in the pursuit of Historical knowledge!!! Subscribe to our Patreon for $1 to see unedited and uncensored episodes, bonus content, and suggest topics you want to hear in the future: https://www.patreon.com/couplepintspod Check out our Video Episodes and go cop some Merch: https://castpie.com/584c6 Follow us on Instagram: @couplepintspod --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

Training Arc Podcast
"Ya Boy Kongming", the people love it

Training Arc Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 42:27


General of the Three Kingdoms, Kongming, had struggled his whole life, facing countless battles that made him into the accomplished strategist he was. So on his deathbed, he wished only to be reborn into a peaceful world... and was sent straight to modern-day party-central, Tokyo. - skr8 outta studio "P.A. Works."  [eps 1-3 spoilers/review] [NSFW] [120 vibes per minute] Lego Pizza & Pink Menace's pick from the Spring 22' anime season. joined by Frandicimo & Regula Spades.yo the people love it tho, forrealio check it out on HIDIVE . ~happy travels mothafluffas Ya Boy Kongming! (Isekai/comedy/music/idol historical figure main character gets another life in modern day party central Tokyo & gotta help this singer hunni get that clout w his dynasty warriors strats.get PWND, plox m8, by STUDIO P.A. WORKS )https://www.facebook.com/gaming/TrainingArcBoyshttps://discord.gg/gnmvGhrXqashout out our artist https://www.instagram.com/spacekook/G_Vo's WoW twitch : https://www.twitch.tv/g_voShout out Chef Ziggy 's dope merch shop. he made TAP jumpoffs. holler if ya want a color that's not listed.https://imaginarynovelties.myshopify.com/ 

Investing In The U.S.
RG 308 - The Apartment Queen: Achieving Women Empowerment Through Real Estate – w/ Kaylee McMahon

Investing In The U.S.

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 56:59


Hundreds of thousands of women suffer financial abuse in the U.S. at the hands of their spouses and families. Find out how one woman is helping other female investors achieve empowerment through real estate. Kaylee McMahon grew up being constantly told that she wasn't good enough. But instead of giving up, she broke out of the mold others put her into in a way not a lot of people would expect—by investing in real estate. Kaylee is the founder of The Apartment Queen, a female-focused real estate firm that helps women build wealth through multifamily investments. She is also an advocate for women's empowerment, having spoken at multiple events and podcasts about empowering young women through entrepreneurship. Learn more about how Kaylee started her investment journey, how she built her business from the ground up, and how she now helps other women break through the glass ceilings through real estate investing. Woman or not—we can learn a lot about The Apartment Queen's story. KEY TAKEAWAYS 1. Financial abuse starts with control. 2. Trust but verify. 3. Bridging the gap between people and investing requires collaboration. 4. Pay attention to the action and not the words; people will show you who they are. 5. Find at least one person who you can look up to as a mentor, and then ask a lot of questions. LINKS https://www.linkedin.com/in/kaylee-mcmahon-the-apartment-queentm-59440b69/ https://theapartmentqueen.com/ https://bigsistersecurity.com/ INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES Want to invest alongside Reed? All investments are 100% PASSIVE. Historical returns to accredited investors have ranged 18-31% annualized! To find out more, head on over to… www.reedgoossens.com

Virginia Public Radio
A historical look: abortion access in Virginia

Virginia Public Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022


In 1973, the landmark ruling in Roe versus Wade overturned existing laws that restricted abortions to certain kinds of cases. But as Michael Pope reports, the origin of Virginia’s law prohibiting abortion goes back much further.

Writers Drinking Coffee
Episode 150 – Space Tourism with Sam

Writers Drinking Coffee

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 31:12


SpaceMan Sam, a proud advocate and expert on Space Tourism, talks with Dave and John about Adventure Tourism and book writing. He provides a lot of good information both historical and looking forward about upcoming travel opportunities, and explains the need for a Good Zero Gravity Cocktail glass. His book writing advice is surprisingly simple. … Continue...Episode 150 – Space Tourism with Sam

Management Muse
Deception: Can Lying Be Good? Matt McGlone Makes the Case

Management Muse

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 51:22


To lie or not to lie, that is today's question. Deception isn't always a bad thing—you probably don't tell your significant other everything.There's a difference between outright lies—almost always counterproductive and bad—and selective deception, which is not saying something. Sometimes, a little selective deception is a smart management strategy. After all, that's what having trade secrets is all about. Today's guest on Management Muse, Professor Matthew McGlone, is here to tell us more. The key to leveraging deception in business is to focus on the good, like your good reviews, your successes, and your happy customers. Impression management and selective representation can be a very useful skill for businesses managing their public image. The danger, however, comes when what you are not saying is more important than what you are saying. You can still be authentic and mostly honest while using selective deception. Most people tell the truth most of the time. Used sparingly, and without outright lies, selective deception might be a smart occasional choice. In today's episode, we dive deep into deception. Timestamps: [3:04] When deception in management is a positive tool [6:46] Avoiding deception pitfalls [9:36] Managing your company's public impression [13:10] Authenticity versus falsehood [16:39] Self-deception to continue to see ourselves in a good light [21:48] Why you shouldn't be too hard on yourself for deceiving [28:00] Differences in groups (females/males) in lying [37:48] Detecting lies, maybe Episode Quotes: “Why should organizations which consist of people be any different than the individual who tries to put their best face forward? And so, in that sense, I think that deception can be very useful. I'd say that it is sort of skill. Any sort of impression management selective representation would be very important for a manager. “– Matt McGlone “Astroturfing is when companies will put their campaigns and efforts to engage in sustainable, clean technology. They'll put that in the forefront while not talking about the fact that there are major pollutants. That's why astroturfing is a wonderful word. It looks like grass. But it really isn't. It's as toxic and plastic and artificial as it can be.”– Matt McGlone “We're generally truth tellers, and so the four things that I remember you saying are to go easy on yourself, try not to lie outright, think about the relationship, and then consider being extremely forgiving of other people when you catch them [in a lie].” – Geoffrey Tumlin “I've always thought that organizations get hung up when they make their identity about like a core value, and then that's the thing that they wind up doing something contradictory towards, whether it's lying or just an overt act.”– Cindi Baldi “Used in a very misleading way, and that's there's a phenomenon people called paltering. Paltering is when you say things that are truthful, and they are every bit as misleading as a falsehood. I would urge managers to think about how much paltering might be going on in there. In their organizations because I think misleading truths is an overlooked category.” – Matt McGlone Resources McGlone, Matthew S., and Mark L. Knapp. "Historical perspectives on the study of lying and deception." The Palgrave Handbook of Deceptive Communication. Palgrave Macmillan, Cham, 2019. 3-28. McGlone, Matthew S., and Mark L. Knapp, eds. The interplay of truth and deception. New York, NY: Routledge, 2010. www.managementmuse.com https://ondemandleadership.com/executive-team-building/ https://culsure.com/product/organizational-benchmark/

Do you really know?
[RERUN] What is negationism?

Do you really know?

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 4:39


What is negationism? Historical negationism refers to the practice of manipulating historical records to deny that certain events happened, or distort the narrative around them. The term is relatively recent, having been coined by French historian Henry Rousso in 1987, relating to Holocaust Denial. Six million Jews were murdered by the Nazi regime during the Second World War. Holocaust denial is certainly one of the most well-known and common examples of negationism. But similar distortion strategies have been seen relating to other genocides and war crimes across the world.  Negationism is a crime in some countries like Germany, while elsewhere the approach is more cautious, due to questions about freedom of speech. Other laws can apply to negationist statements, if they are also of a hateful or discriminatory nature. So what exactly does negationism look like? In under 3 minutes, we answer your questions! To listen to the last episodes, you can click here: Who are Arcade Fire? What is Frontex? What is Web 3.0? A podcast written and realised by Joseph Chance. In partnership with upday UK. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Driftwood Outdoors
Ep. 141: Agent, Artist, and Reenactor: Kyle Carroll

Driftwood Outdoors

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 82:03


Brandon Butler and Nathan “Shags” McLeod sit down with a true renaissance man. Kyle Carroll is a former MDC agent, retired highway patrolman, artist, historical reenactor and elected official. Topics discussed: Turkey numbers and corn piles; Missouri river; historical reenactments; being Mel Gibson's best friend; The Patriot; movie sets; painting; outdoor art; conservation; mystery bait bucket and more.For more info: http://www.kylecarrollart.com/https://www.instagram.com/carroll_kyle_l/Special Thanks To CZ-USA:https://cz-usa.com/Special Thanks To Living The Dream Properties:https://livingthedreamland.com/Special Thanks To Hunting Works For Missouri:https://huntingworksformo.com/Special Thanks To Mongo Attachments:https://www.mongoattachments.com/Special Thanks To Scenic Rivers Taxidermy:http://www.scenicriverstaxidermy.com/Connect with Driftwood Outdoors:https://www.facebook.com/DriftwoodOutdoors/https://www.instagram.com/driftwoodoutdoors/Email:info@driftwoodoutdoors.com

Spaces, Built By Bush Construction
Six Phases of Historical Developments

Spaces, Built By Bush Construction

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 6:04


Historical development projects are complex, but why? Jon Davidshofer, Bush Construction's Director of Development, uncovers the intricacies by explaining the six phases nearly every development project goes through.

Heirloom Radio
The Adventures of Marco Polo Epi 11 And 12 ca.30s_40s. Historical Adventure

Heirloom Radio

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 25:07


The Adventures of Marco Polo continue with Episode 11 "A Walk With the Princess" and Episode 12 "The Fountain of Oil" This was an Australian produced series done by producer, director, and actor George Edwards. Much of the production was done in the late 1930's. Transcribed onto 16" disks the series was shipped to radio stations around the world well into the 1940's. George Edwards often played several roles in any given episode and was duly crowned "the man of a thousand voices." He was known to have played up to 5 different characters in one Episode... good way to save money... but he was so good most listeners never knew he was playing more than one role. This series has its own Playlist "Adventures of Marco Polo" on original podcast of Heirloom Radio. Thank you for listening.

Minute Women
Introducing Thomas Spence

Minute Women

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 1:59


Miss our most recent episode? Busy schedule keeping you from listening to your favourite podcast? We got you! Enjoy this snippet from "The Republic of Manitobah (LIVE)".You can find the full episode and the rest of our content on your favourite podcast platform or on our website.

Road Dog Podcast
207: Jim Glines Historical Recollections

Road Dog Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 93:50


“We got 5 generations that all stood in this very living room. So that's pretty cool stuff I think.” Jim Glines is a former banker from Santa Maria. In this episode Jim gives Luis a history lesson about the Santa Maria area, banking and being an auctioneer. Luis interviews Jim on his old family ranch and hears many amazing stories about Jim, the land they are on and the ins and outs of being at a live auction. Support Road Dog Podcast by: 1. Joining the Patreon Community: https://www.patreon.com/roaddogpodcast 2. Subscribe to the podcast on whatever platform you listen on. XOSKIN show code: Road Dog Listeners get a special 15% off at https://www.xoskin.us Squirrel's Nut Butter https://squirrelsnutbutter.com HAMMER NUTRITION show code: Roaddoglistener Listeners get a special 15% off at https://www.hammernutrition.com DRYMAX show code: Roaddog2020  Listeners get a special 15% off at https://www.drymaxsports.com/products/ Allwedoisrun.com Luis Escobar (Host) Contact: luis@roaddogpodcast.com Luis Instagram Kevin Lyons (Producer) Contact: kevin@roaddogpodcast.com yesandvideo.com Music: Slow Burn by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Original RDP Photo: Photography by Kaori Peters kaoriphoto.com Road Dog Podcast Adventure With Luis Escobar www.roaddogpodcast.com

Jake Gallen's Guest List Podcast
203 | Vintage vs. Historical NFTs | Blackstar

Jake Gallen's Guest List Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 33:27


NFT Relics founder, Blackstar discusses his previous predictions in the Historical NFT Space. Blackstar explains the benefits of corporate interest in working with historical NFTs and talks about the impact of potentially changing exact terminology and narratives surrounding the space. They talk about their own reasoning behind selling namecoin assets and intention behind creation of them, as well as their tips for investing in historical assets. |Blackstar|• Twitter → https://twitter.com/BlackstarXXI|NFT Relics|• Twitter → https://twitter.com/NFT_relics• Discord →https://discord.com/invite/nft-relics|CONNECT WITH JAKE|• Instagram → https://www.instagram.com/jakegallen/• Twitter → https://twitter.com/jakegallen_• Facebook → https://www.facebook.com/JakeNGallen• Linkedin → https://www.linkedin.com/in/jake-gall...|Timestamps|0:00 - NFT Relics 5:36 - Modern Corporate Interest in NFTs8:58 - Progression and Different Narratives with Historical NFTs16:44 - Funding and Assets 18:51 - Reasoning Behind Selling Namecoin Assets 23:36 - Why Invest in Historical Assets?26:31- Future of the Historical Space |FOLLOW AND SUBSCRIBE THE PODCAST|• Youtube → Subscribe to this page• Apple Podcasts → https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast...• Spotify → https://open.spotify.com/show/7hQdRAz...• Google Podcasts → https://podcasts.google.com/?feed=aHR...• RSS Feed → https://feeds.buzzsprout.com/1005154.rss• Website → https://solo.to/theguestlistpod• Media Host → https://theguestlistpod.buzzsprout.com/

Mentioned in Dispatches
Ep254 – 1919 Peace Day Mugs & Medals – Giles Penman

Mentioned in Dispatches

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 20:16


Historical researcher Giles Penman, studying at the University of Warwick, talks about his research into the use of Roman and Ancient Greek imagery on the 1919 Peace Day mugs and medals. To celebrate the signing of the Treaty of Versailles in 1919, that ended the Great War, a Peace Day was held in the UK […]

Conservative Historian
Historical Movie Awokenings

Conservative Historian

Play Episode Listen Later May 8, 2022 35:35


I have seen the light, like Paul on the road to Damascus I am completely different and now want to put the woke into historical movies.  I am joined by my brother Gus for this episode and we cover everything from Patton to It's a Wonderful Life.  

Columbia Presbyterian Church
Acts 18:1-2 "The Historical Reliability of the Resurrection"

Columbia Presbyterian Church

Play Episode Listen Later May 8, 2022 28:20


The Land of Israel Network
The Jewish Story: Interlude - Historical Obligations Yom Ha'atzmaut 5782

The Land of Israel Network

Play Episode Listen Later May 8, 2022 29:25


The RRG Bet Midrash Torah Cafe hosts Rav Mike for a live word of Torah on Yom Haatzmaut. How does history create obligations, and why is it important to rejoice? If you want to discover the connection between gratitude and redemption, listen all the way to the end of this Yom Haatzmaut 5782 Interlude!

HistoryBoiz
Ludwig Van Beethoven Part 2

HistoryBoiz

Play Episode Listen Later May 8, 2022 77:50


Join us for part 2 of our 3 part series on the legendary composer Ludwig Van Beethoven!Sources:Biss, Jonathan. Beethoven's Shadow. Audible Studios, 2013. Greenberg, Robert. “Great Masters: Beethoven, His Life and Music.” The Great Courses. 2013. Greenberg, Robert. “The Life and Times of Beethoven.” The Great Courses. 2019. Greenberg, Robert. Understanding the Fundamentals of Music. Teaching Company, 2007. Swafford, Jan. Beethoven: Anguish and Triumph: A Biography. Faber & Faber, 2015. Tunbridge, Laura. Beethoven: A Life in Nine Pieces. Yale University Press, 2022. ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★

New Mexico in Focus (A Production of NMPBS)
Reflecting on the Legacy of the Rio Grande Sun | 5.6.22

New Mexico in Focus (A Production of NMPBS)

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 65:47


First up this week, as we talk about at the beginning of the show, this will be another dangerous weekend for wildfires in New Mexico. We want to share some valuable resources with you so we can all stay as safe as possible: KRQE Fire Evacuations: What You Need to Know Sandoval County Fire Alerts Ready, Set, Go System And, information on assistance, for those who have already suffered losses from the ongoing wildfires. Now to our episode this week... a reflection on a historic small-town paper, the Rio Grande Sun. The paper had carried the Trapp family name for more than a half-century, until the recent decision to sell. Gene Grant sits down with former owner, editor and publisher Robert Trapp to ask why he decided to move on from the multi-generational business, what the legacy of the paper may be, and what the future could hold under new ownership. Gene also catches up with three former reporters at the Rio Grande Sun who recall some of their memories at the paper and explain how formative their experiences were for the rest of their careers. Correspondent Gwyneth Doland then looks ahead to the new direction of the paper, during an interview with the new editor and publisher Richard Connor. Historical context is scattered throughout this week's show, with excerpts from the Ben Daitz documentary “The Sun Never Sets,” which followed the paper and its workers during the early days of the internet. That documentary originally aired on NMPBS in 2013. Guests: Robert Trapp, former owner, editor & publisher, Rio Grande Sun Julia Goldberg, reporter, Santa Fe Reporter Tabitha Clay, reporter, The Paper Mike Kaemper, former editor, Rio Grande Sun Richard L. Connor, publisher & editor, Rio Grande Sun For More Information: Rio Grande Sun – website ‘Rio Grande Sun' sold to investors – Santa Fe New Mexican We're Done Afflicting the Comfortable – Rio Grande Sun Editorial (Robert Trapp) Local Investment Group Buys Rio Grande Sun – Rio Grande Sun --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/nmif/message

Darting Through The Faith
S05E18 - Jesus' Resurrection Is Historical

Darting Through The Faith

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 28:41


This week's episode is all about Jesus' Resurrection and the fact that it is a real event that truly happened. It is a historical and transcendent event. "The Resurrection of Jesus is the crowning truth of our faith in Christ..." (CCC 638) Enjoy this episode and visit https://www.petersburgparishes.org/podcast/ to tune in to previous episodes across various podcast platforms!

Sorta Awesome
Ep. 389 Let's talk about midlife: nonstop appetite & historical hysterics

Sorta Awesome

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 56:54


GET READY, friends! We've got the next installment in the Midlife with Mindy & Meg series ready for you today, and you are not going to BELIEVE some of information that gets revealed in this conversation. From the bear-y interesting reasons why you might be feeling hungry all the time to the shocking ideas about women and menopause from centuries past, there is so much must-know info in this discussion! HEY! It's the PERFECT time of year to become a Sorta Awesome Super Star! You'll get HUNDREDS of hours of exclusive podcast episodes to download and binge right now, plus get our texting number so you can REALLY share your thoughts! Join us at patreon.com/sortaawesome THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS: Olive and June: Visit oliveandjune.com/awesome for 20% off your first Mani System! Billie: Go to mybillie.com/awesome to get the best razor you will ever own and for free shiping always! SHOW NOTES: Meg's AotW: Target's A New Day Women's High-Rise Wide Leg Linen Pull-On Pants (affiliate link) Mindy's AotW: Born Cove Modern Sandals in navy (affiliate link) Sketchers sandals Reggae Zig Swag (affiliate link) Fat Bear Week at Katmai National Park (affiliate link) Cheese Its (affiliate link) The Body Keeps the Score (affiliate link) You can find Meg on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram! Find Mindy at bookendhomeschoolers.com and on Instagram! You can also find her as a co-host on the Currently Reading podcast! Visit sortaawesomeshow.com for show notes on this and every episode. And don't forget to find us in the Sorta Awesome Hangout on Facebook or @sortaawesomeshow on Instagram, and @sortaawesomepod on Twitter! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Nareit's REIT Report Podcast
Episode 315: Angel Oak Sees Growth Opportunity as Non-Qualified Mortgage Segment Reverts to Historical Norms

Nareit's REIT Report Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 13:10


Angel Oak Mortgage, Inc . (NYSE: AOMR) CFO Brandon Filson sees the non-qualified mortgage (QM) loan segment reverting over time to its historical level of about 10% of the overall mortgage market, compared to 2% today, providing the mREIT with significant opportunity for growth in the years ahead.Speaking on the REIT Report, Filson noted that 10% of the overall market would be about $200 billion, versus about $25 to $50 billion today.Angel Oak Mortgage, which went public in June 2021, focuses on acquiring and investing in first lien non-QM loans and other mortgage-related assets in the U.S. mortgage market. Non-QM loans are not backed by government agencies and are aimed at homebuyers unable to meet the strict criteria of a qualifying mortgage in areas such as income or personal debt.

Suite Run
81 | Richmond, VA with Keira D'Amato: Running with the Women's American Marathon Record Holder in a Historical, Beer Loving, Capital City

Suite Run

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 68:53


We are honored and beyond excited to welcome to the Suite Run Podcast: Newly minted Women's Marathon American record holder - Keira D'Amato!A few months ago in January 2022, Keira laid down a gusty and fearless performance of 2:19:12 at the Houston Marathon to break the long standing 15 year old marathon record. Keira is changing the landscape of American marathoning for women and in this conversation we talk about motherhood, life, training, real estate and so much more. Keira is mom to Thomas and Quinn, wife to Anthony (who is also a blazing fast runner!) and a successful real estate agent. The four of them make up Team D'Amato, a loving, fun family who support Keira is everything she does. Oh, by the way - Keira is also the women's world record holder in the 10 mile, which she ran in 51:23! In the second half of the conversation, we talk everything Richmond, VA - where Keira lives with her family and sells a whole lot of real estate.  Want to visit Richmond and run where the fastest women's marathoner in US trains and refuels? We've got you covered.Enjoy our conversation!Click HERE for the complete show notes.Click HERE to grab a Suite Run mug!This episode is sponsored by:InsideTrackerInsideTracker is a personalized health and wellness platform like no other.What's their secret? First, InsideTracker uses its patented algorithm to analyze your body's data and offer you a clearer picture than you've ever had before of what's going on inside you. Then, InsideTracker provides you with a concrete, science-backed, trackable action plan for reaching your performance goals and being your healthy best.  InsideTracker is offering 25% off its store for our listeners and let us recommend the Essentials Package for just $189! It's perfect for runners to elevate their training. Just visit insidetracker dot com slash SUITE RUN.Where to find Keira D'Amato:Keira on InstagramKeira's websiteKeira on StravaKeira on TwitterWhere to find Natalie and Jerold:Natalie's InstagramSuite Run InstagramNatalie's TwitterSuite Run TwitterNatalie's FacebookSuite Run WebsiteSuite Run Facebook

The Daily Gardener
May 4, 2022 Luca Ghini, Charlotte Turner Smith, Maud Grieve, Margaret Leland Goldsmith, The Little Library Year by Kate Young, and Gail Carriger

The Daily Gardener

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 17:22


Subscribe Apple | Google | Spotify | Stitcher | iHeart   Support The Daily Gardener Buy Me A Coffee    Connect for FREE! The Friday Newsletter |  Daily Gardener Community   Historical Events Today is Bird Day!   1556 Death of Luca Ghini ("Gee-nee"), Italian physician and botanist.  Luca is remembered for creating the first recorded herbarium and the first botanical garden in Pisa, Italy. Historical accounts indicate he was an outstanding and beloved botany teacher at the university in Bologna. By 1527, Luca was giving lectures on medicinal plants and essentially teaching what is considered the first official university-level classes on botany. Luca was also the first to press flowers to create a plant collection. The English botanist William Withering wrote about flower pressing in the 1770s. Luca used his pressed and dried plants the same way future botanists would - he used them to study when fresh or live specimens were not available. In this way, he could teach his students, and they could use the dried specimens to continue their studies all year long. Luca mentored his students - taking them on field trips and encouraging them to learn all about plants. And if Luca Ghini seems an obscure character in botanical history, it's because he didn't publish anything. He was too busy interacting with his botanist peers and teaching his students - through whom he left a lasting legacy.   1749 Birth of Charlotte Turner Smith, English novelist, and Romantic poet. She revived the English sonnet, was an early Gothic fiction writer and helped establish the genre. She also wrote about sensibility in her political novels. Charlotte's novels, Emmeline (1788) and Desmond (1792), reflect womanly hope and disenfranchisement with eighteenth-century Common Law. Charlotte once wrote, Oh, Hope! thou soother sweet of human woes! How shall I lure thee to my haunts forlorn! For me wilt thou renew the withered rose, And clear my painful path of pointed thorn?   And here is an excerpt of Charlotte's poem called Written at the Close of Spring. The garlands fade that Spring so lately wove, Each simple flow'r, which she had nurs'd in dew, Anemones that spangled every grove, The primrose wan, and harebell, mildly blue. No more shall violets linger in the dell, Or purple orchis variegate the plain, Till Spring again shall call forth every bell, And dress with humid hands her wreaths again. Ah, poor Humanity! so frail, so fair, Are the fond visions of thy early day, Another May new buds and flow'rs shall bring; Ah! Why has Happiness—no second Spring?   1858 Birth of Sophie Emma Magdalene Grieve (pen name Mrs. Grieve), English writer and herbalist. Her friends called her Maud.  In addition to her writing, Maud founded an Herb School and Farm in England. She was a Fellow of the Royal Horticultural Society, President of the British Guild of Herb Growers, and a Fellow of the British Science Guild. Today, Maud is best remembered for her book, A Modern Herbal (1931). Maud's Herbal is still regarded as one of the best herbals ever written. She provided detailed information about each herb she profiled, including "Medicinal Actions and Uses." Here's a sampling of her information. Purple Loosestrife: As an eyewash this invasive herb is superior to Eyebright for preserving the sight and curing sore eyes. Chives: Useful for cutting up and mixing with the food of newly-hatched turkeys. Borage: May be regarded as a garden escape. (A delicate way of saying it is invasive.) Valerian: A powerful nervine, stimulant, carminative, and anti-spasmodic. The drug allays pain and promotes sleep. It is of especial use and benefit to those suffering from nervous overstrain…During the recent War (WWI), when air-raids were a serious strain on the nerves of civilian men and women, valerian…proved wonderfully efficacious, preventing or minimizing serious results. Garlic: There is a Mohammedan legend that when Satan stepped out from the Garden of Eden after the fall of man, Garlick sprang up from the spot where he placed his left foot and Onion from that where his right foot touched. Moneywort: We are told by old writers that this herb was not only used by man, but that if serpents hurt or wounded themselves, they turned to this plant for healing, and so it was sometimes called 'Serpentaria'. Agrimony or Church-Steeple: the small root is sweet-scented, especially in spring. Lemon: It is probable that the lemon is the most valuable of all fruit for preserving health. English Summers: ‘It has been said, with some truth, that our English summer is not here until the Elder is fully in flower, and that it ends when the berries are ripe."   1894 Birth of Margaret Leland Goldsmith, American journalist, historical novelist, and translator. In June of 1936, in “The Perils of Gardening” for Scribner's Magazine, she wrote: For years I have avoided magenta with feverish zest.  I do not like it.  It kills my henna reds.  It fights with the cedar brown of my cottage.  Yet every year something of that hue intrudes.  If it isn't Sweet William reverting to type, it is a red phlox gone decadent.   Grow That Garden Library™ Book Recommendation The Little Library Year by Kate Young This book came out in 2020, the perfect time because it was right at the start of the pandemic.  The subtitle is Recipes and Reading to Suit Each Season. Oh, I cannot tell you how long I've been waiting to share this book. It is such a treat. The publisher does a great job of succinctly telling you about Kate's book. The Little Library Year takes you through a full 12 months in award-winning food writer Kate Young's kitchen. Here are frugal, January meals enjoyed alone with a classic comfort read. As well as summer feasts to be eaten outdoors with the perfect beach read in hand. Beautifully photographed throughout. The Little Library Year is full of delicious seasonal recipes,  menus And reading recommendations - (which is one of the reasons why I absolutely squealed when I first found out about Kate's book.)   Now you'll be happy to know that the cover is beautiful. It truly is a cover for a gardener because she's got a little desk with a little coffee mug, and then she's got potted herbs stacked on top of books. Then, there's a little blue journal with a pen resting on top. The herbs include Pineapple Sage, Thyme, and of course, Rosemary.  It is just perfect. Now Diana Henry's review of this book is right on the cover. She writes Recipes you long to cook. Suggestions for books. You want to read a sense of place and season and takes of life lived thoughtfully and well. This is a very special book written with great generosity She is so right. Now I wanted to share this little excerpt from Kate about how she broke down the seasons for her book. She writes, I have broken the year into six parts. Those long winter nights in January and February, the first signs of spring in March and April, the green months of may and June when spring is in abundance, the height of summer in July and August, the weeks when the leaves start to turn in September and October. And then the final months of the year, as the days grow short.   And then she writes, I have written The Little Library Year. as a literary and culinary almanac -a celebration of each and every season and a way to capture the year in books and food.   And isn't that fantastic? Well, you really should treat yourself to this book, and then if you fall in love with Kate Young, check out her author page because she has many, many delightful books. She's a great writer - one of my favorites. This book is 336 pages of garden-fresh recipes, life stories, and of course, books, books, books. You can get a copy of The Little Library Year by Kate young and support the shell using the Amazon link in today's show notes for around $20, but you'll need to hurry because those used copies at that price will go quickly. You can get a copy of The Little Library Year by Kate Young and support the show using the Amazon link in today's show notes for around $21.   Botanic Spark 1976 Birth of Gail Carriger (Gail "Care-ah-gurr") (the pen name of Tofa Borregaard), American New York Times bestselling author of steampunk fiction and an archaeologist. In her book, Poison or Protect, the first in the Delightfully Deadly series, a sexy assassin, a Scotsman, and two lobsters attend a Victorian house party in a charming story of love and espionage. Gail introduces us to her main character this way: The assassin is Lady Preshea Villentia ("Preh-sha Vill-in-sha"), who has four dead husbands and a nasty reputation. Fortunately, she looks fabulous in black. What society doesn't know is that all her husbands were marked for death by Preshea's employer. And Preshea has one final assignment. In the book, Lady Violet says, "We do not suit. You have no genuine interest in botany!” Lady Violet practically yelled her final conclusion. This was the biggest sin of them all.   Thanks for listening to The Daily Gardener And remember: For a happy, healthy life, garden every day.

Investing In The U.S.
RG 307 - What Doctors Need to Know About Passive Income – w/ Dr. Jeff Anzalone

Investing In The U.S.

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 40:31


Everyone knows how much time you need to put into your job when you're a medical professional. Dr. Jeff Anzalone knows exactly what it's like to work super long hours with seemingly no way out. How did he manage to take the reins? Dr. Jeff Anzalone is a periodontist and the CEO of DebtFreeDr.com, an educational resource where doctors and other medical professionals can learn how to create passive income. But before he got into real estate investing, Jeff followed the typical lifestyle of work, work, work. With $300,000 in student loan debt and a young family to support, Jeff had to grind for years before he became debt-free. Along the way, he picked up a lot of investing principles that he now shares with other doctors and high-income professionals. In this episode, let's take a look at Jeff's journey from drowning in debt to being a successful real estate investor. Aside from that, we get to learn about Jeff's personal principles on investing, running his business, and—something that we can all relate to—getting out of debt. KEY TAKEAWAYS 1. Focus on what you're best at, then feed your extra money into investing. 2. Delegate your tasks to someone else so that you can focus on more important things, be it in your practice or your business. 3. Taking away the money issue in your life can help you do so much good for other people. 4. Find the people that you can trust, but make sure you consider your risk appetite. LINKS https://www.debtfreedr.com/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/debtfreedr/ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC1Rp68AymBWhvEuyBFMt2ig INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES Want to invest alongside Reed? All investments are 100% PASSIVE. Historical returns to accredited investors have ranged 18-31% annualized! To find out more, head on over to… www.reedgoossens.com

Macro Ops
When To Expect The Market To Bottom in 2022 With Seth Golden

Macro Ops

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 116:17


Finom Groups Seth Golden tells of his story starting as a day trader in 1999 to now running a successful research firm with one of the best weekly newsletters in the business. Getting fired from Goldman Sachs for calling $RIMM a sell, then actually shorting it and funding the firm for 2 years New York Times article mayhem Historical volatility, and today 50 Basis point hike priced in Mid term election years....when market bottom ser? How newer investors should play the game Ukraine China, supply chains Why tech is a way better investment than Oil stocks Moving 1% of his fund in to crypto Follow Seth on Twitter @SethCL and sign up for his newsletter at https://www.finomgroup.com/ Sign up for the Pollinate Newsletter at https://www.pollinatetrading.com/newsletter Follow me @ChrisDMacro on Twitter --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

Management Muse
Incentives: Dodging Carrots

Management Muse

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 53:46


Organizational incentives are tricky, in at least eight counterproductive ways. This episode of Management Muse is inspired by "On the Folly of Rewarding A, While Hoping for B," a timeless article written by Steven Kerr in the 1970s, this episode provides eight classic examples of incentives that frequently are either misplaced, distorted or internally inconsistent: 1. Demanding teamwork but rewarding individual achievement. 2. Valuing diversity but continuing to hire the same types of people. 3. Encouraging merit and excellence, but doling out paltry, across-the-board increases that reward no one. 4. Rallying employees to show customer love, but internally communicating dismissiveness or disrespect towards those very same customers. 5. Asking for innovation and experimentation but executing on trusted old ideas. 6. Claiming to value women in the workplace, but perpetuating schedules and policies that disadvantage them. 7. Asking for loyalty to the organization, but rewarding free agency. 8. Asking for candid feedback but responding much more positively to butt-kissing. In this episode, Cindi and Geoff offer thoughts for anyone who has ever been confused by mixed organizational messages. Episode Highlights: · Organizations don't mean to be contradictory, but incentives are so tricky they often tie well-meaning managers in knots. · Managerial goals don't always correlate with desired outcomes. · Data analytics can be a double-edged sword, as goals and measures may alienate the very employees they're designed to help. · Employee evaluations are often skewed by co-mingled rewards and flawed productivity measures. · Feedback and introspection can often illuminate inconsistent corporate incentives. Timestamps: [03:15] Measuring outcomes is often hard because managers want teamwork, but reward individual achievement. [06:45] Managers often wrestle with: how to encourage better teamwork, elicit more creativity, enhance productivity, compensate people, and when and how to administer discipline. [11:48] Cindi and Geoff discuss safe hires vs. hard hires, and why the distinction matters. [24:10] Employee evaluations are often based on flawed formulas. [38:02] How to unwind workplace incentives that unintentionally penalize women. [42:59] Corporate leadership praises the idea of candor and people speaking up, until they say something unfavorable. [49:28] Historical examples emphasize how incentives often go wrong, and how to get them right. Episode Quotes: "Organizations commonly say they want teamwork, but all of their reward systems and how they pay out and how they give praise are built on individual achievement.” – Geoffrey Tumlin “Incentives are tricky. We have to get out of the mindset that we're going to set up incentives and then just let it go because you have to swing back around (to look at) all the unintended consequences.” – Cindi Baldi Episode Resources: · https://www.ou.edu/russell/UGcomp/Kerr.pdf · Ryan, Richard M., and Edward L. Deci. "When paradigms clash: Comments on Cameron and Pierce's claim that rewards do not undermine intrinsic motivation." Review of educational research 66.1 (1996): 33-38. · Cameron, Judy. "Negative effects of reward on intrinsic motivation—A limited phenomenon: Comment on Deci, Koestner, and Ryan (2001)." Review of educational research 71.1 (2001): 29-42. · https://www.gallup.com/workplace/249332/harm-good-truth-performance-reviews.aspx

New Books Network
Julian E. Zelizer, "The Presidency of Donald J. Trump: A First Historical Assessment" (Princeton UP, 2022)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 62:12


The Presidency of Donald J. Trump: A First Historical Assessment (Princeton University Press, 2022) presents a first draft of history by offering needed perspective on one of the nation's most divisive presidencies. Acclaimed political historian Julian Zelizer brings together many of today's top scholars to provide balanced and strikingly original assessments of the major issues that shaped the Trump presidency. When Trump took office in 2017, he quickly carved out a loyal base within an increasingly radicalized Republican Party, dominated the news cycle with an endless stream of controversies, and presided over one of the most contentious one-term presidencies in American history. These essays cover the crucial aspects of Trump's time in office, including his administration's close relationship with conservative media, his war on feminism, the solidification of a conservative women's movement, his response to COVID-19, the border wall, growing tensions with China and NATO allies, white nationalism in an era of Black Lives Matter, and how the high-tech sector flourished. The Presidency of Donald J. Trump reveals how Trump was not the cause of the political divisions that defined his term in office but rather was a product of long-term trends in Republican politics and American polarization more broadly. With contributions by Kathleen Belew, Angus Burgin, Geraldo Cadava, Merlin Chowkwanyun, Bathsheba Demuth, Gregory Downs, Jeffrey Engel, Beverly Gage, Nicole Hemmer, Michael Kazin, Daniel C. Kurtzer, James Mann, Mae Ngai, Margaret O'Mara, Jason Scott Smith, Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor, and Leandra Zarnow. Julian E. Zelizer is the Malcolm Stevenson Forbes, Class of 1941 Professor of History and Public Affairs at Princeton University. A CNN political analyst and a regular guest on NPR, he is the author of many books, including Burning Down the House, The Fierce Urgency of Now, and Abraham Joshua Heschel: A Life of Radical Amazement. Twitter @julianzelizer Caleb Zakarin is the Assistant Editor of the New Books Network (Twitter: @caleb_zakarin). Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

New Books in History
Julian E. Zelizer, "The Presidency of Donald J. Trump: A First Historical Assessment" (Princeton UP, 2022)

New Books in History

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 62:12


The Presidency of Donald J. Trump: A First Historical Assessment (Princeton University Press, 2022) presents a first draft of history by offering needed perspective on one of the nation's most divisive presidencies. Acclaimed political historian Julian Zelizer brings together many of today's top scholars to provide balanced and strikingly original assessments of the major issues that shaped the Trump presidency. When Trump took office in 2017, he quickly carved out a loyal base within an increasingly radicalized Republican Party, dominated the news cycle with an endless stream of controversies, and presided over one of the most contentious one-term presidencies in American history. These essays cover the crucial aspects of Trump's time in office, including his administration's close relationship with conservative media, his war on feminism, the solidification of a conservative women's movement, his response to COVID-19, the border wall, growing tensions with China and NATO allies, white nationalism in an era of Black Lives Matter, and how the high-tech sector flourished. The Presidency of Donald J. Trump reveals how Trump was not the cause of the political divisions that defined his term in office but rather was a product of long-term trends in Republican politics and American polarization more broadly. With contributions by Kathleen Belew, Angus Burgin, Geraldo Cadava, Merlin Chowkwanyun, Bathsheba Demuth, Gregory Downs, Jeffrey Engel, Beverly Gage, Nicole Hemmer, Michael Kazin, Daniel C. Kurtzer, James Mann, Mae Ngai, Margaret O'Mara, Jason Scott Smith, Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor, and Leandra Zarnow. Julian E. Zelizer is the Malcolm Stevenson Forbes, Class of 1941 Professor of History and Public Affairs at Princeton University. A CNN political analyst and a regular guest on NPR, he is the author of many books, including Burning Down the House, The Fierce Urgency of Now, and Abraham Joshua Heschel: A Life of Radical Amazement. Twitter @julianzelizer Caleb Zakarin is the Assistant Editor of the New Books Network (Twitter: @caleb_zakarin). Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/history

Montana Public Radio News
CSKT updates bison range exhibits to correct historical flaws

Montana Public Radio News

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 4:20


Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes recently reclaimed management of the land that makes up the National Bison Range in northwest Montana. As the tribes resume their care of the land, they're correcting inaccuracies at the bison range's visitor center to better reflect their language and history in bison conservation.

Boobies & Noobies: A Romance Review Podcast
The Good Girl's Guide to Rakes

Boobies & Noobies: A Romance Review Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 73:21


The Novel: The Good Girl's Guide to Rakes (Last Chance Scoundrels #1)The Author: Eva LeighThe Guest: Helen Broom, co-host of The Talk of the StreetThe Synopsis: When Kieran Ransome's latest antics result in a massive scandal, his father issues an ultimatum: find a respectable wife or inherit nothing. But as one of London's most inveterate scoundrels, Kieran doesn't know any ladies who fit the bill. Or does he?Celeste Kilburn is a society darling, beloved by influential members of the ton. But keeping a spotless reputation leaves little room for adventure and she longs to escape her gilded cage, especially with her impending engagement to a stuffy earl. When Kieran—her older brother's best friend and an irresistibly attractive rogue—begs for her help, Celeste makes a deal: she'll introduce him to the right social circles if he'll show her the scandalous side of London.In between proper teas and garden parties, Kieran escorts Celeste—disguised as “Salome”—to rowdy gaming hells, wild fêtes, and sensual art salons. As they spend more time together, their initial attraction builds to a desperate desire that neither can ignore. But when someone discovers their midnight exploits, Celeste's freedom and reputation are endangered, and Kieran must save the woman he loves… respectable or not. Show Notes:- A few big announcements... - Tit Talk: a monthly panel discussion amongst romance readers, bloggers, and writers- Slick Summer Nights: our summer showdown of your favorite steamy scenes- The difference between British soap operas and American soap operas- The connection between "Coronation Street" and "Bridgerton" - Introducing today's read, The Good Girl's Guide to Rakes (00:13:01)- Book synopsis (00:16:20)- Dispelling a few notions about "historical accuracy" in romance - A few predictions about the next books in the series... - A sibling's best friend romance... without all the angst- Appreciation for a few sexy words, and some brief history on the etymology of "p*ssy (00:40:43)- When the dirty talk is better than the deed- A few steamy sexcerpts - plenty to choose from (00:44:35)- Putting a historical issue into modern context... Blame it on the patriarchy - Is it romantic or is he just a serial killer? - Heart, Humor, & Heat Ratings (00:54:30)- Daddy issues- Let's talk Rakes (in historical and contemporary romance)Books & Other Media Mentioned: - British TV shows: "Coronation Street", "Emmerdale", "EastEnders"- Helen's other podcasts: The Lists of Lists and SpongeBob SquareCast - Outlander (the books & TV show) & Game of Thrones- The Rakess by Scarlett Peckham Links:Follow Boobies & Noobies on Twitter, Instagram, & Facebook @boobiespodcast and check out our blog, merch, and more on our brand new Boobies & Noobies website.