Join us as we delve into the captivating world of golf with our new co-host, Dan Hodges. A former mini-tour player, Dan brings his unique perspective to the discussion, sharing his journey in golf, from his early introduction to the game to his major victories in the VGN. Let's tee off with an engaging discussion about TPC Las Vegas, its immaculately manicured fairways and greens, and its local rate of $125 from Monday to Thursday. Take a swing at understanding the ins and outs of golfing with us as we share our recent golfing experiences at Rio Seco. As we navigate the increasing cost of green fees, Dan provides his impressions of Rio Secco Golf and candidly shares his experiences playing on tour, offering valuable insights and lessons. We also touch upon the intriguing world of golf course preparation and the upcoming VGN tournament. We even share some of our unexpected golfing escapades, like snapping Ventus shafts in a "fit of rage," or was it a moment of clarity?Wrapping things up, we discuss the PGA Tour playoffs, our friend Trey's discount code, and the effects of extreme heat and humidity on golfers. We also take a moment to promote the Vegas Golf Network and make known our commitment to the Vegas golfing culture. Join us as we walk the golfing fairways, learning, laughing, and sharing a mutual love for this fine game. Golf enthusiasts, this episode is a hole-in-one for you and anyone seeking fascinating conversations, engaging anecdotes, and a touch of Vegas flavor.Bob West - The Golfing Real Estate Agent Former professional golfer turned Real Estate agent servicing the Las Vegas Valley. If you're looking for a home in the Las Vegas area or want to list your current home, look no further than real estate expert and golfing professional Bob West. We hope you enjoy this week's episode, and if you do, please consider leaving us a review on either Spotify or iTunes. Thank You!
DAN THOMPSON is a seasoned Financial Advisor and Business Owner, with almost four decades of experience. He started his career as a stockbroker in 1986, but after witnessing the 2001 stock market crash, he realized the need for safer and more predictable investment strategies. He researched and discovered unique strategies, including the “Infinite Banking Concept,” which he uses by combining specially designed whole life insurance policies to build cash value and access tax-free loans. Dan also developed principles for “Ultimate Cash Flow,” which involve combining time, compounding, safety, leverage, and tax advantages to appreciate assets. He wrote several books, including his latest book “The 4 Keys to Building Wealth,” to educate others on these strategies. Dan values tax advantages, access to capital, and controlling the flow of money and is dedicated to helping clients find strategies that fit their needs. *DISCLAIMER - We are not giving any financial advice. Please DYOR* (00:00 - 01:48) Opening Segment - Dan is introduced as the guest Host - Dan shares something interesting about herself (01:48 - 20:44) Investing for Tax Credits - What inspired you to become a financial advisor in the first place? - What happened on your journey that led you away from traditional, Wall-Street investments like stocks and 401ks to more non-traditional investing? - Could you explain a little more about your investment philosophy and the goals you hope to achieve through that philosophy? - Carbon tax credits (20:44 - 24:03) Fire Round - Dan shared if he would change his investment strategy - Dan also shares his favorite Finance, real estate book, or any related book - Also Dan shared about the website and tools that he can recommend - Dan's advice to beginner investors - Also shared how his gives back (24:03 - 24:51) Closing Segment -If you want to learn more about the discussion, you can watch the podcast on Wealth Matter's YouTube channel and you can reach out to Alpesh using this link. Check us out at: Facebook: @wealthmatrs IG: @wealthmatrs.ig Tiktok: @wealthmatrs
Hometown Radio 05/09/23 5p: Guest host Dan Shadwell talks with a county epidemiologist and finds out if we're in the clear after the White House declared an official end to the national COVID emergency
Hometown Radio 05/09/23 3:30p: Guest host Dan Shadwell talks with SLO County Democratic Party Chairman Tom Fulks who talks local politics and offers perspective on the national scene and Democratic Party goals.
Hometown Radio 05/09/23 3p: Guest host Dan Shadwell talks with local Republican businessman, Erik Gorman who joins us to discuss GOP priorities on a local level and provides some perspective on the party's national platform
Hometown Radio 05/08/23 4p: Guest host Dan Shadwell talks with Kate Ballantyne and Courtney Howard from SLO County regarding the wet winter, the health (or lack thereof) of our water supply after this record breaking wet winter.
Hometown Radio 05/08/23 3p: Guest host Dan Shadwell is with Cal Poly Professor Dr. Ben Ruttenberg discusses the most recent news about the marine environment and how climate change and ice cap melt is continuing to influence sea level rise in places thousands of miles away and talk about how to be better stewards for what we've all taken for granted for so long.
Hometown Radio 05/08/23 3p: Guest host Dan Shadwell speaks with two students in the Cal Poly CubeSat program about their work on the payloads going into space and how their prospects have changed with SpaceX taking off
The topic of Comfort Women is a delicate topic both politically and emotionally. The term comes from Japanese colonialism and the country's practice of taking young girls from Korea and other conquered nations to the front lines of battle as sexual slaves to the Japanese army. Host Dan and Sug have a brief conversation exploring the topic and how it has impacts upon East-Asian geopolitics to this day. This conversation was recorded on February 8, 2023. Before It's Too Late - An article exploring Professor Kim's studies on the topic of comfort women. Support the show
In today's episode, Host Dan Hesse talks with Bill Zollars, former YRC CEO and a 24-year veteran of Eastman Kodak during the company's heyday. The story of how Kodak, the third most powerful brand in the world, lost its way and ended up in bankruptcy remains so shocking on the surface that its journey is studied in business schools worldwide. There have been accounts in academic and business journals written about the demise of Kodak, but none with the anecdotes and insider's view that Bill shares. Zollars adds color to Kodak's journey with personal anecdotes of Kodak Moments and his unique insights into what was really going on behind the camera. The lessons learned from the Kodak saga are applicable to any company - particularly those that think "this could never happen to us". After graduating Magna Cum Laude and Phi Beta Kappa from the University of Minnesota, Bill joined Eastman Kodak where he held roles in Finance, Strategic Planning, Marketing, Logistics and General Management during a 24-year career. Bill left Kodak to establish the Integrated Logistics business at Ryder Systems and grew it from $300 million to $1.5 Billion in 3 years. He later became President of Yellow Freight and two years later was promoted to Chairman, President, and CEO of YRC Freight, a company he grew from $1 billion to $10 billion in revenue and into the Fortune 250 during his 12-year tenure as CEO. He serves on the boards of Cigna, Prologis and several private company boards, and was Chairman of Cerner until it was sold to Oracle in 2022. He is also in his third year as a Governor of the U.S. Postal Service. Listen below... or on ANY podcast platform, ANY time... THE Mentors RADIO... Learn more SHOW NOTES: BILL ZOLLARS: BIO: (see above) ARTICLES: Fujifilm: Outlasting the “Kodak Moment” Kodak's Downfall Wasn't About Technology - Harvard Business School Review The UnMerger - Forbes Your business model can be your biggest enemy: How did Kodak fall? - Capacitor/Partners How Kodak Failed - Forbes
Imagine trying to herd cats. Even worse, try to herd cats in a crisis! In this episode of The Mentors Radio, Host Dan Hesse talks with former U.S. Coast Guard Commandant Admiral Thad Allen about leadership during a crisis. Whether it's a business crisis, family crisis, natural disaster, supply chain nightmare, government-mandated pandemic shutdown or something else, ethical leadership can make all the difference in ultimately navigating to "safe shores." Our guest mentor today, Thad Allen, has a lot to share about leadership and crisis leadership. During his Coast Guard career, Allen was asked by two U.S. Presidents to take over leadership of the Federal response to two monumental crises—the devastating aftermath of Hurricane Katrina and the catastrophic Deepwater Horizon oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. To achieve resolution in each of these disasters required bringing together a wide swath of diverse constituencies—each with their own focus, concerns, habits of communication and pain points. No easy task. Allen was so successful in his efforts that he became known in some circles as "the master of disaster." Allen also led the Atlantic Coast Guard forces in response to the 9/11 attacks and coordinated the U.S. Coast Guard response to a major Haitian earthquake. But what was Allen's secret for bringing very diverse groups together, leading them to work together to achieve a common goal? How did he herd cats in a crisis? Among other things you'll learn that one of the first things he does—every time, in every disaster with which he was involved—is to focus first on forging a unity of purpose and a culture of compassion. Yes. People First. Every Time! That required hyper-focused listening, clarity of assessment, finding the common threads and building on those, and... did we mention listening, putting people first?!! The lessons and experiences Thad Allen shares in this episode are worth more than gold for any human on the planet—in business, work, life, anywhere, anytime... and for cats too, if they'd only listen. FANTASTIC LEARNING and MENTORING in this episode! SHOW NOTES: THAD ALLEN: BIO: Admiral Thad Allen retired in 2010 as the 23rd Commandant of the US Coast Guard, after four decades of service. He transitioned to apply his expertise, leadership and learnings to other opportunities, retiring as an executive vice president (2017) and senior executive advisor (2021) at Booz Allen Hamilton. He currently chairs or serves on several federal advisory committees, is a member of the Board of Visitors to the National Intelligence University, and a member of the Comptroller General's Advisory Board. Admiral Allen led the federal responses to Hurricanes Katrina and Rita and the Deepwater Horizon oil spill. He led Atlantic Coast Guard forces in response to the 9/11 attacks and coordinated the Coast Guard response to the Haitian Earthquake. He is a 1971 graduate of the US Coast Guard Academy, holds master's degrees from George Washington University and the MIT Sloan School and is the recipient of 5 Honorary Doctorate degrees. He held the James Tyler Distinguished Chair of Leadership at the Loy Institute of Leadership at the Coast Guard Academy from 2014 to 2021. ARTICLES: "Looking Back at 225 and 100: A former Commandant reflects on the "inflection" points of his personal and professional life and the Service itself," by Admiral Thad Allen, USCG (ret), '71, In the Service and Beyond "Recognizing and Responding to Today's Governance Challenges," by Thad W. Allen '71, Admiral James M. Loy Institute for Leadership "Hurricane Katrina: How the Coast Guard Gets It Right," TIME magazine, 10/31/05 "Confronting Complexity and Creating Unity of Effort: The Leadership Challenge for Public Administrators," by Thad W. Allen, Public Administration Review
In this episode, host Dan Hesse talks with Admiral Mike Mullen, retired Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff under two U.S. Presidents, about his unexpected career journey, the importance of mentors, how to lead during crises and how values shape our decision-making as a leader. Considered one of the most influential chairmen of the Joint Chiefs in history, Admiral Mullen oversaw the end of the combat mission in Iraq and the development of a new military strategy for Afghanistan, while promoting international partnerships, new technologies and new counter-terrorism tactics culminating in the killing of Osama bin Laden. That said, Admiral Mullen's first naval leadership assignment as a young officer did not go well. NOT AT ALL! Yet the lessons he learned, the leadership principles and skills he honed, and the focused persistence and perseverance he mastered as a result of that early failure—in great measure thanks to an exemplary mentor—led him to become the highest-ranking military officer in the country; Fast Company referred to Admiral Mullen as "a case study in 21st Century leadership." Now retired, Admiral Mullen teaches at the U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis and previously, for many years, taught at Princeton's Woodrow Wilson School of International and Public Affairs. In addition to his leadership and leader-forming mentorship, he is also known for his efforts on behalf of service members, veterans and their families. Find Show Notes below. Listen to this episode below and on ANY podcast platform (from Apple to Google to iTunes etc) by typing in “THE Mentors RADIO” … even easier, Subscribe HERE to listen on any podcast platform!!! (click here) SHOW NOTES: ADMIRAL MIKE MULLEN: BIO: https://www.history.navy.mil/browse-by-topic/people/chiefs-of-naval-operations/admiral-michael-g--mullen.html ARTICLE: Admiral Mike Mullen, Harvard Business Review (June 2012)- a terrific question-and-answer-style interview with Admiral Mullen
Happy Wednesday! Steve is out on vacation, so old friend of the show, Attorney Dan Adams is hosting! He breaks down the state surplus, fitness in Milwaukee, and should you get rid of social media? Tune in!
360 Weekend Recap: Happy New Year to all the OK360 Podcast listeners...Ohio St. rings in the new year with a missed game winning field goal, Michigan and TCU get into a shootout which leads to rumors of Harbaugh going to the Broncos and in the NFL the GOAT comes through to keep the Bucs playoffs hopes alive...and all the Week 17 news that's we can fit in the first hour. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The word “orphan” probably doesn't mean what you think it does. Social Impact Consultant Lindsay Hadley addresses how this misconception has turned well-intentioned charity into part of the problem. Everyone has an instinctual need for belonging. Perhaps that's why “the orphan crisis” so easily tugs heartstrings and draws in billions of dollars of aid each year. But as the crisis continues — and even worsens in some countries — it's time to ask if we really understand the problem we are trying to fix. Could we do better? And what might we learn about ourselves along the way? Lindsay Hadley (hadleyimpact.com) has become one of the most sought-after consultants & producers in the nonprofit sector, raising $50M+ for her clients and leveraging billions for charity through campaigns & events. A founding member of Global Citizen, Lindsay has executively produced Global Citizen Festivals in both Australia and the USA. Lindsay is also known as a founding member of Orphan Myth, the founder of FilmRaise, the E.P. of the upcoming documentary Uncharitable, and a founding partner and Executive Producer of the first-ever social impact fund partnered with the Vatican. Hadley served as the founding development consultant for United for Global Mental Health. Lindsay was highlighted in Utah Business Magazine's 2015 FORTY UNDER 40 Awards. She was a professor of social entrepreneurship at BYU Hawaii and on the Foundation Board for Utah Valley University. Lindsay lives on the North Shore of Oahu with her 3 sons and loving & supportive husband, Geoff. @lindsayshadley. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
I'm so pleased to have Dan Loney back to finish our series on self-imposed limitations. Today we discuss how you can unlock new truths by questioning your previously held subconscious beliefs. We also touch on how various inequities might impact each of us. What possibilities lie on the other side of your own unconscious limitations? How might that change your life as well as your contributions? I send both my empathy and emboldening support as you consider these things. Dan Loney is a licensed marriage and family therapist (LMFT) practicing out of San Diego, California. He specializes in identity work and helping people free themselves from stuck states. Over the past 14 years, he has been committed to developing content to help people connect more deeply to themselves and others. He is an accomplished athlete - competing in both soccer and tennis leagues, while also recently taking a deeper dive into yoga and breathwork. Ways to Connect with Dan Loney (he/him): Dan's Website: https://www.danloneytherapy.comWays to Connect with Sas (she/her):Instagram: @lori_saseSign up for her newsletter or find out about coaching: https://www.lorisase.comLinks Mentioned: Kashiwa Ramen in Costa Mesa, California, USA
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Today Dan Loney, licensed marriage and family therapist, is back to continue our conversation about self-imposed limitations, which we also refer to as "soul limitations." What kinds of limitations might you unknowingly be agreeing with?And again, I ask this with kind curiosity, not with criticism. Might there be something that is limiting you because of a certain belief or perception? We honor why we have come to believe these things, while at the same time question if it's really true.What could be the impact if you looked beyond a held limitation or considered moving through it?Dan Loney is a licensed marriage and family therapist (LMFT) practicing out of San Diego, California. He specializes in identity work and helping people free themselves from stuck states. Over the past 14 years, he has been committed to developing content to help people connect more deeply to themselves and others. He is an accomplished athlete - competing in both soccer and tennis leagues, while also recently taking a deeper dive into yoga and breathwork. Ways to Connect with Dan Loney (he/him): Dan's Website: https://www.danloneytherapy.comWays to Connect with Sas (she/her):Instagram: @lori_saseSign up for her newsletter or find out about coaching: https://www.lorisase.comLinks Mentioned: Kashiwa Ramen in Costa Mesa, California, USA
Is it possible that you might, even accidentally, be living with some self-imposed limitations? I ask this question with kind curiosity, not with accusation. But it's an interesting thing to ponder because, oftentimes, we only know what we know. Are there ways that you have kept a limitation on yourself? What have you acquired along the way when it comes to self-belief? How might it impact your life if you could discover and move through a self-imposed limitation? What would happen if you dared to think differently? I am so grateful to have Dan Loney, licensed marriage and family therapist, back on the podcast today to dive into this rich terrain. So rich, in fact, that this episode is Part 1 of 3. Dan brings a gorgeous hybrid of professional expertise and personal contemplation to our conversation. I hope you enjoy it. Dan Loney is a licensed marriage and family therapist (LMFT) practicing out of San Diego, California. He specializes in identity work and helping people free themselves from stuck states. Over the past 14 years, he has been committed to developing content to help people connect more deeply to themselves and others. He is an accomplished athlete - competing in both soccer and tennis leagues, while also recently taking a deeper dive into yoga and breathwork. Ways to Connect with Dan Loney (he/him): Dan's Website: https://www.danloneytherapy.comWays to Connect with Sas (she/her):Instagram: @lori_saseSign up for her newsletter or find out about coaching: https://www.lorisase.comLinks Mentioned: Kashiwa Ramen in Costa Mesa, California, USA
The Left and Biden's White House have made it clear that they are not happy with Elon Musk being in control of Twitter. All Elon Musk is trying to do is restore a little free speech to Twitter. Apple is considering removing Twitter from their app store. Gov. Ron DeSantis had a few words for Apple. Kevin McCarthy went off on the Biden administration for saying they will be keeping an eye on Twitter. What is there to keep an eye on? Apple CEO Tim Cook will be meeting with top GOP lawmakers including Rep. Jim Jordan who is a firebrand Republican. Plus, Dan Proft joins Mike to discuss Lori Lightfoot running again to be Mayor of Chicago and the Illinois Safe-T Act which is extremely radical. Dan Proft explains what makes it so radical. Dan Proft is an incredible radio talk show host on AM 560 The Answer in Chicago. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Hometown Radio 09/08/22 5p: Guest Host Dan Shadwell interviews Prof. Uri Manor. He discusses new research linking hearing loss to Alzheimer's
Tom continues his conversation with Dan Zehr and Cory Clubb as they share favorite moments from past D&D adventures. If you haven't listened to Coffee With Kenobi, you can find it on all major podcast platforms as one of the most popular Star Wars podcasts available. Definitely worth your time. Follow us on social media: teachersinthedungeon on Instagram and Facebook, @dungeonteachers on Twitter, and email@example.com. We'd love to connect with you. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Tom sits down with his good friends Dan Zehr (of Coffee with Kenobi and CWK Pourover) and Cory Clubb (graphic designer of our very own logo!) to talk over some of their favorite moments from the campaigns we ran together. The guys have a great time reminiscing, and they're pretty entertraining too! The Coffee With Kenobi podcast is available on all platforms. Remember to connect with us on socials, and leave some reviews if you have a minute. We appreciate your support! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Host Scott Fisher opens the show with David Allen Lambert, Chief Genealogist of the New England Historic Genealogical Society. The guys first talk about Fisher's exploration of the backwoods neighborhood he grew up in and how it was in 1867! David then tells Fisher about house that's being sold for the first time in centuries! Hear when the last time was this American home was for sale. Next, an ancient writing system has been cracked. Hear when it was in use and where. Captain Cook's alleged ship, resting in the ocean off Rhode Island, is being destroyed. Find out what is happening. “The USA and the Holocaust” by Ken Burns is making noise on PBS. David shares his thoughts on the show. Finally, New York has passed a law requiring art galleries to post a sign revealing a specific origin. David tells you what that origin was. Next, Fisher visits with longtime friend Dan Debenham, host of BYU-TV's Relative Race. The show is beginning its tenth season. Dan talks about the current season and then explains his heart wrenching diagnosis. Then, Sons of the American Revolution (S.A.R) Librarian, Cheri Daniels, comes on the show to talk about the research assets available to all (not just S.A.R. members!), including 55,000 volumes of genealogies, family histories, and location histories. David then rejoins the show for Ask Us Anything. That's all this week on Extreme Genes, America's Family History Show!
Dan, Danny and Raechel welcome authour and world wide Ghost Hunter Ross Allison. Ross currently has authored 12 books, does many speaking engagements, and has appeared on many paranormal shows. check out his website aghost.org.Host: Dan, Danny and RaechelGuest: Ross AllisonMusic: Kevin McLeodAnnouncer: Mike B.
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