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“Energy introduces you before you even speak.” We all sense that energy is contagious; the question is, how well are you protecting and recharging yours? That's what we're discussing today with Simon Alexander Ong: strategies for creating a not to-do list, for recognizing energizers and drainers in your life, and why slowing down is a superpower. More about Simon: Simon Alexander Ong is the author of the brand new book Energize: Make the Most of Every Moment. He is also a personal development entrepreneur, coach, and public speaker. His work has seen him invited onto Sky News, BBC Radio London and LBC Radio to be interviewed, while in 2018, Barclays UK featured him in a nationwide campaign asking him questions on how families could embrace better lifestyle habits. His insights have been featured in HuffPost, Forbes, Virgin, and the Guardian.
Gremlins aren't just cuddly, aquaphobic Christmas monsters - they're also winged monsters that bedeviled allied aircraft in WW2. This week, the crew heads to the South Pacific for a pulpy, girl-power-bottle-action-creature feature mashup that breaks all the laws of physics. Also, just how depraved is "The Sadness?" Is it ultra-violent smut? Maybe. We discuss the new Taiwanese release on Shudder. Motion Picture Terror Scale: 2. Quality: 3.5. Enjoyment: 4 Articles mentioned in this episode: "‘Shadow in the Cloud' Filmmaker Roseanne Liang Sets the Record Straight on Her Film's Writing Credits," by Brian Davids for The Hollywood Reporter "Shadow in the Cloud's Gremlins, Explained," by Kevin Shirka for CBR "Director Roseanne Liang Spoke With Actual WW2 Pilots For Her Gremlin Thriller ‘Shadow In The Cloud'" by Josh Weiss for Forbes "Big Deal -- My Dad Was A Ball Turret Gunner In World War II," by Iris Ruth Pastor for HuffPost
Learn from Beate Chelette how she turned her passion into a global business and eventually selling it to Bill Gates in a multimillion dollar deal. I learned so much from Beate in this episode and I'm excited to share it with all of you! Beate will go over the best and fastest way to Grow Your Authority in Your field. In business, as a leader and visionary, you begin with a Strategy, then a System, then Grow your Authority starting with Mindset. Her clients include Amazon, Reckitt (the maker of Lysol), Chevron, Merck, Johnson & Johnson, the Women's Legislative Caucus of California Cal State University Dominguez Hills, Shelter Inc., Mental Health First Aid and thousands of small businesses.She is amongst the “Top 100 Global Thought Leaders” by PeopleHum and “One of 50 Must-Follow Women Entrepreneurs” by HuffPost.Beate is the author of the #1 International Award-Winning Amazon Bestseller “Happy Woman Happy World – How to Go from Overwhelmed to Awesome”–a book that corporate trainer and best-selling author Brian Tracy calls “a handbook for every woman who wants health, success and a fulfilling career.”More on Beate CheletteBeate Chelette is the Growth Architect and Founder of The Women's Code and provides visionaries and leaders with strategies, blueprints and results-oriented, tangible tools and techniques that give clear steps to improve business systems, strengthen leadership skills and teams so that you can scale your impact.A first-generation immigrant who found herself $135,000 in debt as a single parent, Beate bootstrapped her passion for photography into a highly successful global business and eventually sold it to Bill Gates in a multimillion-dollar deal. Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/beatechelette/?hl=enFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/beate.cheletteLinkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/beatecheletteTwitter: https://twitter.com/BeateCheletteWebsite: https://beatechelette.com/What do you think?If you love what you are hearing, don't forget to SUBSCRIBE and LEAVE A REVIEW. I would love to hear your thoughts! Share with me your thoughts, comments, feedback or suggestions on topics/stories you would want to hear about in the future. You can leave comments in the REVIEW section of the podcast if you are listening on iTunes or send us a message on our website HERE.Follow Madison / Savile on LinkedIn, FaceBook and Instagram or sign up on our website for exclusive offers and updates.Follow me Diana Nguyen on LinkedIn.
El 13 de abril del año 2000, Metallica comienza el día una de las bandas de Rock más grandes de todo el mundo sin embargo su carrera está a punto de dar un giro inesperado por la agresiva batalla que están a punto de librar contra Napster, una web que permitía compartir archivos de música. Pues se filtró y comenzó a sonar en las radios de EEUU un demo del tema "I Disappear” en el que trabajaban para la banda sonora de la película Misión Imposible 2. Metallica presentó una demanda, no solo contra Napster, sino también contra varias universidades estadounidenses que habían puesto sus medios para que algunos de sus estudiantes accedieran a la web. ¿De qué se les acusaba? De vulnerar el derecho de autor, uso ilegítimo de un interfaz de audio y de violar la RICO, una ley sobre organizaciones y corrupción. En resumen, el "paquete" que se podía llevar Napster era muy gordo. ¿Qué pedía Metallica? 100.000 dólares por cada violación del copyrigh. Al final, en 2001, Napster llegó a un acuerdo con Metallica. Ulrich, en aquel momento se tranquilizó. https://ratethispodcast.com/colmilloroquero Puede suscribirse al podcast y encontrar las plataformas disponibles en: https://colmilloroquero.com/plataformas/ todos nuestros enlaces están disponibles acá: https://linktr.ee/ColmilloRoquero Enlace a lo que hablamos: Banda sonora de Misión Imposible 2: https://amzn.to/3wicwA3 Lars Ulrich joins HuffPost https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6r6wn47_Vqs Campaña publicitaria de Lars Ulrich https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aQc0x5E9jOc Metallica Lars Ulrich testifies to Senate Judiciary Committee July 11, 2000 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BzGk0xY5Vh0 Fuente: https://www.rockfm.fm/anecdotas/noticias/metallica-napster-dia-que-lars-ulrich-convirtio-enemigo-publico-numero-uno-20200410_676902 Síguenos en nuestra cuenta de instagram @colmilloroquero para estar al tanto de lo que hacemos. ¿Cómo me contacto con Colmillo Roquero? www.colmilloroquero.com/contacto Contacto email@example.com Instagram, Twitter: @colmilloroquero Si le gusta el podcast Colmillo Roquero, suscríbase ya y no se pierda ningún episodio. Si realmente le gusta Colmillo Roquero le agradeceríamos que le comente del contenido a un amigo (o talvez dos). En las notas podemos contar con enlaces de afiliados.
Genuine girl power enthusiast, speaker, and author Michelle Dempsey knows how difficult divorce is for mothers with young kids. Her struggle in finding resources motivated her to write and launch a podcast, aiming to guide other women in defeating the challenges of divorce and moving forward into becoming their best selves. What's her main piece of advice? Seek support, and focus on yourself. Tune in to this episode on Moms Moving On: Conquering Divorce and Conflicted Coparenting with Michelle Dempsey. Key points covered in this episode: ✔️Keep your ego in check. You may not have full control over other people's opinions. But you have the power over your response. Michelle Dempsey touches on women's paralyzing worry over their ex-spouses, badmouthing them to their children. ✔️ Co-parenting expert Bill Eddy says, “One reasonable parent is enough for the kids to be okay, even in unreasonable situations.” Cut out all the fighting and talking badly about your ex, then your kids would come out more resilient than ever. ✔️Everybody's journey post-divorce looks different. And that's okay. Don't rush the process. Hastily securing your financials, parenting plan, or even living conditions can have long-term consequences. You want to be set up for success after this life-changing experience. ✔️The person who should change after marriage is you. No, it isn't your fault, nor did you do anything wrong. But because you have to pick yourself up and learn how to co-parent with someone you once loved. ✔️Personal validation is your responsibility. You're in this situation to be a parent, not as a former lover. If you've been so used to receiving approval from this person, it's time to set boundaries. ✔️Take it slow in finding a healthy relationship post-divorce. It can be exhausting for the children to be introduced to someone new every two weeks. Enjoy your singlehood as you search for the right person that brings comfort and safety into your home and your heart. Michelle Dempsey is a writer, mom, coach, Certified Divorce Specialist, speaker, and genuine girl power enthusiast. She fully believes in the power of having someone by your side to help you through the uncomfortable process of divorce as a way to empower and educate, making clients stronger. Her work has been featured in publications including Forbes, Scary Mommy, Parents, Daily Business Review, HuffPost, Elite Daily, and more. She works with women at all stages of divorce; from just deciding to end their marriage to looking for their stride in co-parenting and everything in between. _______________________________________ Connect with Wendy Sterling: Website: https://wendysterling.net/ Instagram: @divorcerehabwithwendy Twitter: @thedivorcerehab Facebook: @wendytsterling Need an opportunity to share your pain points and receive judgment-free support? Want to create a vision of a future after your divorce? Click here to schedule your Free Divorce Recovery Call: https://calendly.com/wendysterling/support-call-with-wendy?month=2021-07
Lynn Whitbeck is the Queen of Sales. Business Owners hire Lynn to ignite winning sales teams, because most are chasing down clients, stuck in a chaotic sales cycle, and lacking client retention, conversions, and profits. So, she helps transform thinking to the client's perspective, end sales chaos with a robust strategic plan to harvest the hidden profits. Bottomline, Lynn will ignite your sales and unleash lasting profits. Lynn's core value is to be of service. It's what drives her. Every morning she wakes up and says, "there are so many things I get to do today." Lynn is the Founder and CEO of Petite2Queen, and you may have seen Lynn in USA Today, HuffPost, Chicago Tribune, and more! When she is not working with clients, Lynn loves visiting National Parks, cooking, and playing Pokémon Go.Website https://petite2queen.comFacebook http://www.facebook.com/petite2queen/Twitter http://twitter.com/petite2queen/Instagram http://www.instagram.com/petite2queen/You Tube http://p2q.link/youtubeLinkedIn - Lynn Whitbeck: https://www.linkedin.com/in/lynnwhitbeckFree Masterclass: https://petite2queen.com/grow/
It was reported that Kevin Samuels died at age 57 after being found in his apartment unresponsive. A HuffPost journalist recently dropped some more details about the death, Ray J is speaking his truth about his ex, Kim Kardashian says the infamous sex tape "leak" that put her on the map wasn't an accident at all, but a planned event and the Kardashians were in on it, RHOA season 14 premiere and more…---------------------------------------------------------------------------Stay up to date with things check out my linktreeLinkTree: https://linktr.ee/TDGS Derek Doll:Visit https://thederekdoll.com/Prince Derek Doll - YouTube
Isa doesn't understand what's funny about a frozen bra. Iris Brody is a comedian and writer based in New York City. She's a big fan of wordplay, slurpees and binge watching video game speedruns. You can find her works in Reductress and Buzzfeed and Huffpost. Subscribe to our Patreon and get access to patrons-only perks at patreon.com/underthebleacherspod! Find out more at https://under-the-bleachers.pinecast.co
Episode 89: The Secret Life of a Hollywood Love & Sex Addict with Brianne Davis In episode 89 of the Sober Vibes podcast, Courtney Andersen talks with Brianne Davis about her Love and Sex addiction and her recovery. From bringing compelling characters to life on screen as an actor, calling the shots behind the scenes as a director and producer, lending her thoughts and opinions to the podcast airwaves, and even penning her debut literary work, Brianne Davis has emerged in the entertainment industry as a powerhouse female creative in 2021. In film and television, Brianne most recently starred on the History Channel's “Six.” Additional TV credits include Netflix's “Lucifer,” Hulu's “Casual,” and HBO's “True Blood.” Brianne's first lead role in a film came in 2005 with the blockbuster hit “Jarhead” starring opposite Jake Gyllenhaal. She also starred in the horror film “Prom Night.” Thriving behind the camera, as much as in front, under her production company Give & Take Productions, Brianne has produced three films while also directing “The Night Visitor 2: Heather's Story” and “Deadly Signal.” With over 12 years of recovery as a Sex and Love Addict, Brianne hosts the popular personal journal podcast “Secret Life.” The podcast launched in August 2020 and features inspiring true confessions from an eclectic group of guests, unpacking a plethora of taboo topics. Brianne's latest venture in the “Secret Life” brand is her debut novel, “Secret Life of a Hollywood Sex & Love Addict,” which instantly hit the best-sellers list on Amazon earlier this year. She is a renowned sober coach in addiction recovery. She has spoken on over 175 podcasts and television shows, including The Doctors, The Daily Blast, and many more as an advocate for creating awareness of the deadly disease of sex and love addiction. She has also penned several articles on the subject for Cosmopolitan UK, Daily Beast, HuffPost, and The Drill. She is currently in rewrites for the follow-up novel of the Secret Life series and developing it as a tv series. Thank you for listening. To Rate, Review, and Subscribe to the Sober Vibes Podcast. Thank you to our Sponsor! ORGANIFI! Click here to shop supplements and save 20% on all items at checkout using code "sobervibes" Greens and Gold are a must. To Connect with Courtney: Next Level Sober Support 8-week Program Instagram 1:1 Free Consult Sober Focus Program 30 Day Sober Not Boring Calendar The Ultimate Guide to Sobriety To connect with Brianne: Book Website Podcast Instagram
For the 84th episode of Private Parts Unknown, hosts Courtney Kocak and Sofiya Alexandra welcome Original Boner Gel founder Manuel Deran to bust some Dick Myths! Sofiya is the host, and Courtney and Manuel go head to head to see who's more of a penis expert in this fun and informative game. Primary sources for this episode: 10 things you don't know about the penis by Tim Newman for MedicalNewsToday Do I Have a Normal Penis? 8 Myths to Stop Believing About Your Penis by Suzannah Weiss for Teen Vogue 8 Myths And Beliefs About The Penis, Analyzed By Sex Experts by Brittany Wong for HuffPost 9 Lies You've Been Told About Penises by Hannah Smothers for Cosmo Private Parts Unknown is a proud member of the Pleasure Podcast network. This episode is brought to you by: Original Boner Gel is the most advanced, luxury skincare product for men, specifically targeting your skincare needs below-the-belt. Original Boner Gel is offering our listeners 20% off your order when you go to originalbonergel.com and enter code PRIVATE at checkout. https://linktr.ee/PrivatePartsUnknownAds If you love this episode, please leave us a 5-star rating and sexy review! —> ratethispodcast.com/private Psst... sign up for our Private Parts Unknown newsletter for bonus content related to our episodes! privatepartsunknown.substack.com Let's be friends on social media! Follow the show on Instagram @privatepartsunknown and Twitter @privatepartsun. Connect with hosts Courtney Kocak @courtneykocak and Sofiya @thesofiya on Instagram and Twitter.
Digital abuse is becoming an increasingly large problem. In this episode, Adam Dodge joins me for a discussion about the ways in which current or former partners may be misusing the internet and tech to harm individuals in unhealthy and abusive relationships. Adam is a licensed attorney whose work is characterized by his dedication to preventing and addressing the ways adults and children are harmed online and via their devices. He is the founder of EndTAB and is an internationally recognized digital safety expert who believes you do not have to be a tech expert to stay safe in the digital age. Together we discuss all things digital safety, autonomy, and abuse. Adam shines a light on unauthorized account access, digital gaslighting, and tracking devices. This episode is a reminder that you can prevent the violation of your digital safety, often more easily than you think. Online abuse is deeply traumatic and harmful. You deserve to be safe in your relationships, whether you are offline or online. Show Highlights How technology is used as a tactic in abuse (4:53) Unauthorized account access: personal autonomy includes consent to your accounts, technology, and apps (6:01) What you need to know about password safety and other steps to take in order to protect your online accounts (9:19) Dealing with harassment on social media, why blocking someone could have unintended consequences, and why you might want to mute/restrict instead (17:03) Adam answers the question, “Can my Amazon Echo be used for eavesdropping?” (25:39) How to figure out if you have a spy device in your home (26:38) Everything you need to know about stalkerware (39:10) Can your ex mirror your computer or device and see everything you are inputting? (34:28) Adam tells us about Smartphone air tags which are being used as a tracking device (41:19) Learn more about Adam Dodge: The founder of EndTAB, Adam is an internationally recognized digital safety expert who believes you do not have to be a tech expert to stay safe in the digital age. His work is characterized by his dedication to preventing and addressing the ways adults and children are harmed online and via their devices. He has written and presented extensively on digital safety, online abuse prevention, technology-enabled abuse, and co-authored the first safety advisory on the emerging threat of ‘deepfakes.' A frequent speaker and lecturer at universities and national conferences, Adam is also a special advisor to the Coalition Against Stalkerware and sits on the World Economic Forum's Digital Justice Advisory Committee. His work and expertise has been featured on CBS and in Vogue, the MIT Technology Review, Washington Post, NBC News, the Verge, Mashable, Wall Street Journal, SELF Magazine, Los Angeles Times, GQ, HuffPost and others. Adam is a licensed attorney in California and prior to founding EndTAB, he spent 9 years leading the legal department at Southern California Domestic Violence Nonprofit. He earned his B.A. from UC Santa Barbara and his J.D. by way of McGeorge School of Law and Hastings College of the Law. Resources & Links:Information and resources may also be found at: https://kateanthony.com/podcast/how-to-protect-yourself-from-digital-abuse-with-adam-dodge All New Should I Stay or Should I Go? programAdam's websiteAdam on InstagramAdam on Twitter Adam on LinkedIn Fing App Stopstalkerware.org Consumer Reports security planner TODAY'S EPISODE IS SPONSORED BY: THE DIVORCE SURVIVAL PROGRAM As one of the pioneers of the divorce coaching industry, I've been helping women (most of whom are moms) navigate the divorce process for the last decade. AND NOW, FOR THE FIRST TIME EVER, ALL OF MY DIVORCE WISDOM IS AVAILABLE IN ONE ONLINE PROGRAM. This program is 100% for you if… You're a mom looking for a clear roadmap to a divorce that won't destroy your kids You're looking for answers and a roadmap You understand that divorce is a long game You're willing to put away your boxing gloves You want this to be a respectful and collaborative process in service of your kids You understand that divorce is, first and foremost, an emotional process and you're ready to ‘go there' Are you ready to learn from one of the world's top divorce experts and set yourself on the path towards the best possible outcome? YEAH, Y'ARE!!! JOIN THE SHOULD I STAY OR SHOULD I GO FACEBOOK GROUP
What you eat significantly impacts your hair health and your overall well-being! Not getting enough protein and other vital nutrients and having excess stress that is unmanaged can negatively impact your appearance, your energy, your health and more. Kristel Bauer was excited to sit down with Integrative Clinical Nutritionist, Erica Zellner, in this Live Greatly podcast episode to talk about the key nutritional components for hair health, energy and overall well-being. This episode is sponsored by Vegamour and Erica Zellner is a paid consultant for Vegamour. Key Takeaways from This Episode: One key thing that is critical for hair health Erica's journey with health struggles and how changing her diet helped her heal Vitamins that are important for hair health and well-being How to navigate the excess of nutrition information out there How our gut microbiome impacts our hair Is there a one size fits all diet approach for well-being? Ways to Reduce Stress Disclaimer: All information and views shared on the Live Greatly podcast are purely the opinions of the authors, and are not intended to provide medical advice or treatment recommendations. The contents of this podcast are intended for informational and educational purposes only. Always seek the guidance of your physician or other qualified health professionals when you have any questions regarding your specific health, changes to diet and exercise, or any medical conditions. About Erica Zellner: Erica Zellner, M.S, CNS, LDN (she/her), is an Integrative Clinical Nutritionist on a mission to empower you to be your happiest, healthiest, and most vibrant self. Erica holds a Masters of Science in Nutrition and Integrative Health from the Maryland University of Integrative Health and a post-graduate certificate in Global Health Management from The University of Maryland. Erica additionally holds the prestigious designation of Certified Nutrition Specialist through the American Nutrition Association and is a Licensed Dietitian Nutritionist. She is currently working with Parsley Health as a Senior Health Coach. Erica is also a paid consultatn for Vegamour who is the sponsor of this podcast episode. Erica has been featured in various outlets including The New York Times, Women's Health Magazine, and HuffPost. As an Integrative Clinical Nutritionist, Erica's focus is on wellness in every aspect of a person's life: mind, body, and spirit. Her goal is to empower individuals to take full control of each of these facets in healthful and fulfilling ways. Connect with Erica here: Website: https://ericazellnernutrition.com/ Instagram: @ericazellnernutrition LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ericazellner/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/EricaZellnerNutrition/ About Vegamour Erica Zellner is a paid consultant for Vegamour & this podcast epsiode is sponsored by Vegamour. Vegamour is a holistic approach to hair wellness that incorporates clinically tested plant-based ingredients that work in tandem to promote healthy, beautiful hair naturally, without using harmful chemicals or short-term ‘fixes' that can lead to long-term problems. They study the power of nature through the lens of science to bring you the ultimate in total hair wellness & beauty for a lifetime of happiness. Vegamour simply models nature's holistic approach to healthy growth & function by combining bioavailable plant-based actives, enzymes, and proteins in a 360, inside/out approach to create the optimal ecosystem for hair wellness. Vegamour uses the world's finest, hand-curated, natural ingredients to ensure quality and efficacy. They cared enough to set up their own sustainable supply chains to bring beautiful, natural ingredients into everything they formulate. In return, they take care of the land and the people who help them bring this true love to you and your hair. Connect with Vegamour Website: www.vegamour.com Instagram: @vegamour Facebook: Vegamour Pinterest: @vegamour To obtain 20% off from Vegamour, visit their website at www.vegamour.com and use promo code GREATLY20. Kristel Bauer, the Founder of Live Greatly, is on a mission to help people thrive personally and professionally. Kristel is a corporate wellness expert, Integrative Medicine Fellow, Top Keynote Speaker, TEDx speaker & contributing writer for Entrepreneur. Follow Kristel Bauer on: Instagram: @livegreatly_co LinkedIn: Kristel Bauer Twitter: @livegreatly_co Facebook: @livegreatly.co Youtube: Live Greatly, Kristel Bauer To Book Kristel as a speaker for your next event, click here. To Watch Kristel Bauer's TEDx talk of Redefining Work/Life Balance in a COVID-19 World Click here.
Our guest this week is Diana Williams, who, after 30 years in the entertainment media industry working on premier content like the Star Wars Marvel Cinematic universes, has founded a new company, Kinetic Energy Entertainment, focused on partnering with creatives to build new intellectual property (IP) for today's rapidly changing media landscape. Starting with a clear and holistic definition of IP as being a story world with multiple points of entry for an audience, Diana sees this as a way to honor rich content by developing the ABC's – Audience, Business, Creative – in tandem with specific media formats, thus building authentic engagement with the audience from the start, rather than marketing to them after a product is developed. We look at how entertainment revenue models have changed with streaming, and how business is struggling to change to fit that reality. Talking through one of her current projects, a PC game called Political Arena developed with pundit Eliot Nelson, we get a closer look at some of the strategies that guide this venture, and also the changing role of entertainment as a source of education. Without having the primary goal to educate, entertainment increasingly, if unwittingly, fills that gap, but does that make it a responsibility? While audience demand may still be dragging the legacy entertainment industry kicking and screaming toward changes in representation, that is the tide, and Diana is betting that building entertainment around audience truth is the way to develop solid and loyal fan relationships that will in turn feed into better content.A full transcript of this episode will be available soon!Here are some of the references from this episode, for those who want to dig a little deeper:Diana's company, Kinetic Energy EntertainmentMore about the Peabody Interactive BoardAnd the inaugural Winners for Digital and Interactive Storytelling, which were announced on 3/24/2022Some of the press coverage of Political Arena game:Washington PostNPRWashingtonianMarketWatchMicThe Times UKCheddarSteam page, including the "attack ad" trailer for the gamePolitical Arena creator and HuffPost columnist Eliot Nelson (book, The Beltway Bible)Science and Entertainment ExchangeControversy over whether to recast T'Challa (Black Panther) in the MCUFor more on games-based learning, see:Kurt SquireJames Paul GeeZoe CorwinKatie Salen TakinbasFor more about building out story worlds, check out our previous episodes with Nonny de La Peña, Alex McDowell, and Ann Pendleton-JulianWe've also done several episodes about Transmedia StorytellingFor more on games-based learning, listen to our episode with Kurt Squire and Katie Salen Tekinbas.… and for more discussion of Fast & Furious fandom, check out our previous episode with Sue Ding!Share your thoughts via Twitter with Henry, Colin and the How Do You Like It So Far? account! You can also email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.Music:“In Time” by Dylan Emmett and “Spaceship” by Lesion X.––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––In Time (Instrumental) by Dylan Emmet https://soundcloud.com/dylanemmetSpaceship by Lesion X https://soundcloud.com/lesionxbeatsCreative Commons — Attribution 3.0 Unported — CC BY 3.0Free Download / Stream: https://bit.ly/in-time-instrumentalFree Download / Stream: https://bit.ly/lesion-x-spaceshipMusic promoted by Audio Library https://youtu.be/AzYoVrMLa1Q––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––
While at times a difficult topic to broach, men's mental health reflects an important area of both clinical and research interest. Moreover, despite the strong emotions that can be evoked by this subject, it is an issue which must be successfully integrated into the current discussion around mental health and wellbeing. In this wide ranging discussion, professor, author and documentary producer, Dr. Rob Whitley and men's mental health advocate, keynote speaker and panelist, Mr. Jean-Francois Claude join us for a discussion of men's mental health. In this conversation we cover: the most common sources of challenge with respect to men's mental healthcommon misconceptions that clinicians and/or the average lay person may hold with respect to men's mental healthwhy men's mental health can feel at times a “radioactive” topic to discusswhy men do not disclose their mental health issues to family and/or health care providers discussion of the term “toxic masculinity” considerations around discussing the realities of men's mental health without alienating the equally unique circumstances and burdens of other groups, including womenopportunities for men to take responsibility for their mental health at the individual and group level why men are often viewed as disposable (by themselves and others)how men relate to therapy and current norms in the delivery of psychotherapy as well as innovations in the delivery of mental health services for menthe importance of vulnerability in seeking help vs. the reception that men get when demonstrating vulnerability (e.g., military and police clients and so-called “broken toy” syndrome)Comments or feedback? Email the show @ email@example.comJean-François Claude regularly shares his lived experience of Persistent Depressive Disorder and Generalized Anxiety Disorder as a bilingual mental health keynote speaker and panelist, leveraging the power of storytelling to help reduce the stigma of mental illness. In 2017, for his advocacy work and anti-stigma efforts in the area of men's mental health, Jean-François was awarded a Meritorious Service Medal by His Excellency the Governor General of Canada, and was named a Leading Canadian Difference Maker for Mental Health by the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health.Rob Whitley is an Associate Professor in the Department of Psychiatry, McGill University, and a Research Scientist at the Douglas Research Centre. He is the author of a new book Men's Issues and Men's Mental Health (Springer 2021). He is currently a Fonds de recherche du Québec-Santé Senior Research Scholar, and an Honorary Principal Fellow at the University of Melbourne. He has also held honorary appointments at King's College London, Dartmouth Medical School (New Hampshire) and Howard University (Washington DC). He has published over 135 academic papers in the field of social and cultural psychiatry; and has written over 100 mental health related articles for lay audiences in diverse venues including Psychology Today, the HuffPost, the Montreal Gazette, the Vancouver Sun and the National Post. Whitley is also a video-producer and script-writer, and has produced several documentaries and short fictional films related to mental health that have been featured in film festivals across North America.
"Is clothing rental a sustainable option?" Amanda breaks down the very complicated answer in this episode.Extra Credit Reading"Renting clothing is worse for the planet than just throwing it away, study shows," Elizabeth Segran, Fast Company.Rent the Runway's internal study on sustainability"Ready to Return: Fashion Rental Is Back," Elizabeth Paton and Sapna Maheshwari, The New York Times."Rent the Runway CEO says it is changing how it buys apparel from brands to boost its profits," Lauren Thomas, CNBC."Rent The Runway Is Risking Workers' Lives To Ship Designer Dresses In A Pandemic," Jesselyn Cook, Huff Post."Urban Outfitters Cannot Escape Le Tote's Trade Secret Claims Over “Copycat” Rental Venture, Nuuly," The Fashion Law.Find this episode's transcript (and so much more) at clotheshorsepodcast.comWant to support Amanda's work on Clotheshorse? Learn more at patreon.com/clotheshorsepodcastClotheshorse is brought to you with support from the following sustainable brands:Selina Sanders, a social impact brand that specializes in up-cycled clothing, using only reclaimed, vintage or thrifted materials: from tea towels, linens, blankets and quilts. Sustainably crafted in Los Angeles, each piece is designed to last in one's closet for generations to come. Maximum Style; Minimal Carbon FootprintSalt Hats: purveyors of truly sustainable hats. Hand blocked, sewn and embellished in Detroit, Michigan.Republica Unicornia Yarns: Hand-Dyed Yarn and notions for the color-obsessed. Made with love and some swearing in fabulous Atlanta, Georgia by Head Yarn Wench Kathleen. Get ready for rainbows with a side of Giving A Damn! Republica Unicornia is all about making your own magic using small-batch, responsibly sourced, hand-dyed yarns and thoughtfully made notions. 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Michael Episcope is co-CEO of Origin, co-chairs the Investment Committee, and oversees investor relations, marketing, and company operations. Michael brings 25 years of investment and risk management experience to the company and believes that calculated risk-taking in inefficient markets is the key to building wealth. He frequently shares his knowledge with individual investors on Origin's blog, Forbes, ValueWalk, and HuffPost, and his expertise has made him a frequent speaker on real estate investment panels and podcasts. Michael learned about the physical aspects of real estate in his youth as he helped his grandfather manage his apartment buildings on Chicago's west side. He began college at DePaul University and a year later was introduced to the floors of the Chicago Mercantile Exchange. He continued to work full-time on the trading floor for the next sixteen years while attending night courses to complete his undergraduate degree. After rising from runner to broker, Michael was given an opportunity to become a floor trader by a Chicago-based hedge fund, Tradelink, LLC, and then had a prolific nine-year trading career, twice named one of the top 100 traders in the world by Trader Monthly Magazine. Join Michael, as he walks us through his role doing ground-up multifamily development and discusses current market conditions and qualified opportunity zones. --- Episode Links: https://origininvestments.com/ --- Before we jump into the episode, here's a quick disclaimer about our content. The Remote Real Estate Investor podcast is for informational purposes only, and is not intended as investment advice. The views, opinions and strategies of both the hosts and the guests are their own and should not be considered as guidance from Roofstock. Make sure to always run your own numbers, make your own independent decisions and seek investment advice from licensed professionals. Michael: What's going on everyone? Welcome to another episode of the Remote Real Estate Investor. I'm Michael Albaum, and today I'm joined by Michael Episcope, who is the principal at origin investments and Michael is going to be talking to us today about his role in doing round up multifamily development in today's current market conditions. We're also gonna be talking about inflation, and qualified opportunity zones. So let's get into it. Michael, thanks so much for taking the time to hang out with me today. I really appreciate you coming on. Michael E.: Thanks for having me, Michael. Michael: My pleasure. So I know a little bit about your background. But I would love if you could share just a quick and dirty Spiel who you are, where you're coming from and what is it that you're doing today in real estate? Michael E.: Yeah, how is the quick and dirty so I'll take you back. Well, I'm CO-CEO of origin investments were a real estate investment firm, located in Chicago, we primarily focus on ground up development in what we call the smile states tax friendly, climate friendly, business friendly states. Even though we're located in Chicago, we don't do any investing here and my real estate career if I want to, you know, take you kind of far back started God, I didn't realize this, but I was about 10 years old and I used to go and work for my grandfather in the summer and he was somebody who was pretty gritty bought buildings in the west side of Chicago and if anybody knows, the west side of Chicago, it's not a good area, it hasn't been a good area. Never was and he bought buildings out of tax sales and that was at a time when people didn't take pay their taxes, you can go in there and buy, I mean, a 25 story building for $100,000 and that's what he did and in order to run those, though, you had to be hands on you had to be gritty and so I used to spend my summers with him and, and then I had another friend too, that his dad was in construction. So I love swinging hammers and the bricks and sticks and putting up garages and things like that and didn't get paid much. You know, he'd throw me 20 bucks at the end of the day, which felt great, you know, you had fun building things and then you know, it kind of I left that industry obviously I wasn't in it, you know as a as an employee or even thinking about it. But I got my feet wet there, went to college, I studied finance and econ at DePaul, I got a job at the Chicago Mercantile Exchange when I was about 19 years old, and I was a runner, and that's kind of the lowest position you can hold down there and I loved it, I thought it was amazing. It was just like nothing I'd ever been exposed to and I pushed all my classes tonight and started what I'll call my first career at a very young age and again, I didn't realize that was my career. But I'd stayed in there for seven or eight years till I got an opportunity to trade at the age of 27. So I've worked my way up from a, from a runner to a clerk to a broker and it really didn't love anything I was doing and I wanted to try my hand at trading and I and I got an opportunity and it turns out, I was pretty good at it. So I did that for nine years and ended up just building more wealth than I had ever set out to and when I was done with my career, I was married, I had two kids, I had another one on way on the way my risk profile had changed and I literally decided I don't want to do this anymore. I don't want to be leveraging myself 300 to one every day, and have you know, like be always faced with the potential for a four or five standard deviation because the bigger you get trading, you know, those moves can wipe you out and I've seen guys literally, you know, like lose everything in these moves. So I punched out of that career and oh five, I stayed home for about three months and I think my wife thought I was retired at that time. So I quickly you know, I sort of started at what I'll call a family office. But I also enrolled in the Masters of Science program at DePaul, right to really retool, I knew this is where I wanted to go into real estate to grow my wealth to build passive income because when you get out of one career and I know a lot of people out there are in the same boat you have your asset rich, but you're kind of income poor and how do you turn your assets in income? How do you do it in a very tax efficient manner and real estate is one of the greatest avenues to be able to do that and I never loved the stock market bonds didn't pay enough and figured like, you know, my partner and I got together in oh seven. Candidly, we didn't have a lot of great experiences out there investing our own capital and we just said, look, we can do better than this. Like let's do it together, let's pool our money. Let's build something together and we did and that's what it was in the beginning hanging it started out with the two of us. In oh seven, we syndicated a couple of deals in 0809 started building the high net worth, investor base launched our first fund and 11 launched the next one and 13, the next one in 16 and so today, we, you know, we have four open funds, we've closed for funds, we have close to 3000 High Net Worth investors, two and a half billion dollars in assets under, you know, equity assets, which is the total value of the real estate and it you know, we're considered a top decile manager for all of our performance. So it's been a fantastic run, that's probably a lot more than he wanted in this this quick. But, you know, it's hard to condense all that. Because I think the story from how I started to how I got here sometimes doesn't connect unless I share those early days with you Michael: No, it's so so good. So I just curious, Michael, you started with multifamily, or that's kind of where you ended up? Michael E.: It's more or less where we ended up where we gravitated towards and in in, 0708. I mean, you can think of us more like a family office, we were two guys trying to put our money into real estate and we're buying deals and at that time, were buying distressed notes. The world looked very different, though, in a way that in oh eight, capital had all the leverage, everything was trading. So far below replacement costs, we were buying bank loans, and it was more of a pricing exercise which fit perfectly for us because we wanted to protect our wealth, we wanted to manage it, we were looking for big edge in the market and that was the way that you were able to find it and when we launched our first fund in 2011, the dead space and sort of dried up right the distress that and throughout that entire exercise of buying debt, what we really gravitated towards was value add buying things cheap, fixing them up adding value and so that's what our first fund was about. But it was really agnostic in terms of asset class. So we did everything from industrial, retail, multifamily, even student housing in that and then fun two was a little bit narrow or fun two was multifamily office and industrial fun, fun three was office and multifamily and today we've sort of narrowed the world down to multifamily only and the reason is, is what I talked about earlier is that in the beginning capital had all the leverage and then as you as the world normalized, and things started a trade at or above replacement costs, you really have to understand how to win at margins and the only way to do that is by setting up operations in a way where you can, you can buy at scale that you know every penny nickel dime and when you're pricing things like you are true experts and for us as a as an investment firm, just making sure that all of our technology, our people have that institutional knowledge and they can bring it with them every day and it's hard to do that if you know, if you're as big as Blackstone, you can have these massive divisions that are huge companies in themselves. But for a company like us, I can't look people in the eye and say, yeah, we're the best at industrial and we're the best at student housing and in and we're the best at multifamily and what I love about the real estate market, it really is dynamic, and we say market, but what do you mean by that? When you say the market? Is it self-storage? Is it you know, multifamily? Is it industrial? Is it ground up? Is it value add is that the dead space and I just you know there is I guess what we would quote unquote, call a market out there. But there's so many different avenues that you have to choose where you want to play and there's no wrong answer, you can make money anywhere in this market. Michael: Love it and Michael, you've mentioned this concept twice now and I want to come back to it for our listeners that might not be familiar with it. But you said that it was cheaper to build or you are buying value buying properties at less than replacement cost. What does that mean and why is that impactful? Michael E.: Well, if you think about the Great Recession, what came out of there, prices reset everywhere and one of the governor's in real estate investing is replacement costs generally as you bump up against it and you go, you know, above replacement costs new supply is going to come in, because of the fundamentals. If you can build for a multifamily project, when we do a lot of this for $270,000 a unit, you'd rather build in that case, then go out and buy something that's 10 years old for $300,000 a unit right, eventually, the fundamentals prevail. What came out of oh eight is that the market was so distressed that if you if the market, you know properties that were 357 years old, even 20 years old, we're training 50% of replacement costs 40% of replacement costs in some cases. I mean it was we were buying some class C we don't operate in that today but some of those deals were too good to pass up where we buying, you know in the Atlanta market $15,000 a unit, where if you were trying to build brand new even back then those would have been 150 $180,000 per unit, they were a little bit on the rougher side, you know, so replacement cost is maybe a little bit, you know, not a play there. But when you're buying buildings, 10 years old at, you know, half the value of replacement costs, and you can lease those up. You know, that is, that's a great way, kind of a barometer to, you know, when you're out there investing money and when the market is trading like that, especially what happened in 09-10 11, no shovels went into the ground for years. Because why would you build brand new when you can buy something that is a few years old at such a discount to what you can build for today, because ultimately, if you build, you have to get rents that support those higher costs and so we were really well protected at that time. But the market ultimately caught up and then we saw building start to take off in certain markets and in the higher growth markets that were under supplied in 12 right, that that was the very early stage of development, and then 13, a little more, 14 a little bit more and, and then it's taken off and today because the market is so under supplied. You see a tremendous amount of new construction happening across both single family rentals, or single family homes and multifamily. Michael: Yeah, it's so interesting, and it just out of curiosity, how long do you think it's going to take to get caught up before we see kind of a more equilibrium? Michael E.: It's got to be two to three years, I mean, the supply chain logistics COVID set us back. But right now, we need to deliver about 500,000 units a year just to keep up with current demand and we're delivering about 300,000 units of current demand. So between single family homes and apartments, we're still way under supplied on both sides and what's interesting right now, that's going on in the multifamily side is that a lot of millennials are trapped renting, because we all know what's going on with the interest rate side. Well, the it definitely the financing costs hurt us. But what's helping is that it's actually driving demand for apartments, because Millennials can no longer afford to buy a house. Because even as much as construction prices have come up for the projects that we've been building, it's 35% more today than it was 18 months ago, that calculus holds true. Also, for single family homes, you add on top of that mortgage rates, 30 year mortgage rates that have gone from 3% to 5% they've gone up 70% in the last year, millions and millions of individuals can no longer afford to buy a house and are stuck renting. So that's really creating these kind of anomalies in the market right now. They'll eventually work their way out and that's why from our perspective, you want to own quality, you want to own newer, you don't want to be, you know, chasing something, I think that those who are buying existing properties today above replacement costs, there's a short runway to make money, and then and then you're gonna see the water settle. Michael: Interesting, okay and so what would you say to newer investors that are running up against that issue, they're going to look at the properties, where the prices are, where the cap rates are, and they're getting their insurance quotes, and they're seeing this disconnect between the replacement cost and the purchase price how do you what do you say to those folks? Michael E.: Tread lightly in those situations, because here's the thing, everything works on paper and when you look at historical norms, they all look great. But ultimately, the fundamentals do prevail and this is why we're not in the value add space today. We haven't been in for two years. Now certainly that's been a mistake. Anybody who was buying value add deals pre 2020 did very well. But we started to see this metric where at that time replacement cost was obviously a lot lower, we didn't realize that it was going to be 50% higher in two and a half years. But the math just didn't work out. We're like, wait, why should we be buying this 20 year old property at 220,000 a door when we you know when and we're going to put another $20,000 into it when we can build for 232 to 40, right, something similar? And we started getting sort of queasy about it then. But the thing that you everybody needs to understand is yes, there are times that if you have barriers to entry, and you're an urban markets, and you know there are times that you can buy above replacement costs and you will do fine. But when the world normalizes in 234 years, if you're a long term holder, and you have more and more and more supply that comes into the market, and it will, that older product is going to be the first to suffer. So if you're paying 20% above replacement cost today, and in five years from now, buyers have the choice of buying brand new properties at replacement costs or your property that's going to be 10 to 15 years old, then dd above that, they're not going to choose those. Right. So that works itself out over time. It's just today what we're seeing distortions in the market and distortions are not good and it's okay. Like one of the lessons I learned very early on is one of the best words you can learn investing is no, like, let it go, you know, there's always going to be another bus that comes by. So, you know, that's why I say I say tread lightly. We're treading, like, we're not in that market at all, we have completely exited, buying existing properties, Core Plus value add, because it's just not a good risk reward in today's market, in my opinion. Michael: Interesting and it makes total sense. Michael, I want to shift gears here like entirely, as we were talking about, before we hit record, the market is super-hot prices are sky high and so I think a lot of people are thinking, well, is now a good time to sell and if they are on that bandwagon thinking is a good time to sell, where should they be thinking about placing their money, and I'm talking specifically about opportunity zones and a 1031 exchange. So we'd love if you could talk a little bit about where people should be thinking about placing some of their gains? Michael E.: Yeah, it's a, it's a little bit of a crystal ball, I can I'll tell you what we're doing. So in our legacy funds we are selling. We've been net sellers the last year, but we also have funds where we are more of a buy and hold strategy and markets behave in weird ways and I'll give you an example. If I would have told you two years ago, hey, guess what there is a there's a pandemic coming and the world is going to shut down and Russia is going to invade Ukraine and the 10 year note is going to you know, rally from you know, this rate to this rate. Would you have bought real estate? No, you would have put your head in the sand would you want to sell… you wouldn't you wouldn't jump, hey, listen, I got this crystal ball, I see all these bad things on the horizon, I'm going to jump into this. So I don't, I don't ever think that people should panic. If you have great real estate, the idea is that you want to buy quality, you want to be adequately leveraged so that you can make it to the other side and the thing about owning real estate is that if you want the real benefits of owning real estate, you have to own it for the long term and the people who I know who got really wealthy in real estate, they bought it and held it and the people I know got really wealthy in stocks, they bought it and held it all these day traders, these flippers, things like that they're just churning money constantly paying taxes making a little bit, it's a good living. But I would say real wealth is created by buying and holding quality assets for ever and that's what you have to remember in real estate to that depreciation. You can't get depreciation, if you sell the asset. You can't take advantage of that, that tax free income. You can't take advantage of refinancing tax free if you sell the asset, right. It's only if you hold it, let it appreciate and there's so many reasons, you know, to hold long term because as expensive as everything is today, it's going to be more expensive in five years and 10 years and 15 years and if you study what's going on, especially in the multifamily market, or even the housing market, there's been no period in history over a 10 year period, where multifamily real estate has lost money institutional real estate, and even through the Great Recession, oh eight no nine. I mean, we were almost fully recovered by 2012 on the multifamily side. So you know, like buy quality real estate, hold it for a while now, you asked the question, if you're going to sell it, you know, 1031 I don't know like with the 1031. If you're actually you're selling an existing property, you're buying an existing property. Certainly there are 1030 ones, there's ways to reduce risks, there's ways to reduce headache. You know, buying some of these triple net mailbox money retail properties is always pretty simple to do versus trying to be an active landlord. We do run QC funds. I know a lot of investors who can't find 1031 Exchange properties, they've been coming into our funds as an alternative. And the difference there is QC the way the law is made up is it requires us to build brand new so we are diversified across high growth cities in the Sunbelt markets places like Nashville and Atlanta and Tampa and Phoenix and Dallas and Austin and places like that. So building brand new radio, like getting in at a cost basis is I think a safer way to invest today and I know that might sound like an oxymoron go into construction to actually have you know less risk what are you talking about, but I will write like I would way rather build a brand new property and be in it for 250-260 door than go out and buy something that's three years old for 400,000 a door. Did I answer your question, Michael? That was a very long… Yeah… Michael: No, no, it's great, it's great. Well, I'm curious if you could define for people what is a QC because I think a lot of our listeners might not be familiar with the term. Michael E.: Sure, a qualified opportunity zone qualified opportunity funds came out of the 2017 tax cuts and Jobs Act and it was there at 700 QC areas around the countries and these are maps essentially, of low to moderate income areas, some of them have been adjusted by governors in each state. But really what it allows you to do, if you have capital gains from any source, it can be from stocks, it can be from appreciated art, it can be from a home, you sell an investment property, it doesn't matter. So if you invest into a you QZ fund today, right, let's say you have taxes due for 2021 and you have a million dollar gain, if you invest in a QC fund today, you don't have to pay those until 2027 because that's when you will recognize those on your tax return for tax year 2026. So there's a huge deferral, and there's a value to that deferral because it's basically a zero interest rate loan from the United States government and during that period, you your money is working for you in ground up development in deals, things like that. But you ultimately have to pay the piper, you know, come 2027. The other benefit that is phenomenal about this program, if you're in the program for 10 years, and one day, if you're invested in a qualified opportunity's own fund, you Pay Zero Taxes on the game. So if you double, triple, quadruple your money, you pay zero taxes, and you can be in this program for 10,20,30 years, our Fund is designed with optionality, you want to get out in 10 years, you can get out you want to get out in 30 years, you can get out. So this is a place where I'll tell you, I don't think there's any place better to invest, if you have capital gains, and you want to be in the real estate, because when you run the math, you have to earn about 50 to 75% more in a non QC investment to get the same after tax return. So it's exciting, I'm certainly putting a tremendous amount of money into our funds, my partner is as well, but it's one of the best programs that has come about in a while and Michael, the last thing I'll say about it, you know, I mentioned moderate to low income neighborhoods. The caveat to that, like were we sort of searches along the edges and those maps are drawn based on the 2010 census. If you think about how much cities have changed since 2010, many of them have changed drastically and I'll give you an example Nashville. We're in Nashville right now, there's an area called the Gulch and if you were in Nashville in 2010, there was nothing in the downtown area and it was only in about 2012-13-14 that you began to see multifamily residential real estate take off. But before that, it was almost a see through city you could see from one end to the other. Now today, it looks like downtown Denver, it is insane. I took a trip with my son this summer, we drove through there again and I was looking at some of our sites and our properties, didn't even recognize it. Because the last time I was there was three years ago and it looks like I mean, you know, something they build in China, it was going up so quickly, right? They're building these cities in like a matter of a days and that's what's going to Nashville. The point is, there's all of that is considered a ques area and those are the areas that were looking and you wouldn't know the difference between a QoC area and a market rate area, because to us accuse a good future development is just a good development. There's no qualifier to it Michael: Interesting and so how do people? How are people able to find out and take advantage of TOC funds? Is it Do I just Google QoC II fund Nashville and I'll find them? Michael E.: Exactly, I mean, you can there's a tremendous amount of information out there and I would recommend anybody who wants to go, who's active, they should be doing this in accuser area, and looking at the areas in your neighborhood because it'd be silly like, you know, we have some QoC projects where across the street is market rate development. Now, those are pension funds, institutions that are building those, so they don't care about the QoC benefits. They only endure to taxable investors. But if you're a taxable investor, you absolutely need to understand this area because to me, it's the best place to gain real estate exposure. You know, so, hands down. Michael: I love it. All right, Michael, the last question that I have for you today is curious to get your thoughts about inflation and where things are going and how people should be thinking about it and how you at origin are thinking about it? Michael E.: Well, inflation is real. First of all, we've seen this there's nothing transit worry about it. At some point, it will run through the system. I don't know when that is, we watched the yield curve constantly, some people are calling it inverted, it's more flat today than anything and if you if you kind of go out in the yield curve, and you look past 23, and 24, it looks like rates are going to remain high until that period and then maybe start coming down. But I just don't see that it can say, sustained at this level and I think once China fully comes back online, we take care of a lot of these supply issues. I think what we have to really be concerned about today, and this would not be a good situation is deflation and more and more, I'm reading about that in the market. Deflation is not good, where you have a continued rise in your expenses and things like that, but your demand slows down and you can't raise rents anymore, and your equation just flips a lot. That wouldn't be really good for any investments out there and I'm not saying that it's going to happen. But it's definitely more of a risk today than it has been in the past. A lot of these inflationary pressures, they will you know, get solved over time and right now, it's a difficult period to invest, especially when we're building a brand new ground up multifamily development, and we're trying to get to a guaranteed maximum price contract. It's challenging, because even oftentimes, the general contractor won't fix prices, they won't fix lumber. So we have to leave and by the way, sometimes we're happy doing that we're like, look, we don't want to lock in lumber at $1,700 a board foot, we just don't think it is we'll underwrite to that scenario, we'll leave it out and that's a place where sometimes we can actually have savings in a project like that and certainly, in a market like this today, it would be great to see inflation sort of add for us to be able to, you know, get to a normal place. But it's making it a lot more difficult to do business. I have a friend who runs a lumber company, and he said they used to quote people and they used to have these quotes out for three months at a time and now at the top of it when they quote people 24 hours, they gotta get back to them and I don't think that's a healthy environment for anybody being there's too much volatility. But I would, you know, from an interest rate perspective, we're, it's moving up. I mean, today, it's over 290. Today, I think with interest rates, or with inflation running above 8% it's kind of surprising, it's not at four or five, but I also think that that's kind of a sign to come that inflation will run through that we're seeing these prices sort of top out, we're gonna see some of these supply chain issues, get solved and you'll see 23 late 23, early 24 probably rates come back down, hopefully to you know, 2% or below. Michael: Okay, I've got my fingers crossed for that too. Michael, this has been super informative, a lot of fun if people want to learn more about you or origin investments, what's the best way for them to do that and get in contact? Michael E.: Yeah, so just go to our website https://origininvestments.com/, we make it really easy for people to learn about us engage in our content, download our decks things like that or connect with somebody at origin we have a little pop up there we use but you can also just register and then somebody will reach out to you as well, so… Michael: Sweet. Well hey, thanks again for coming on. Really appreciate you taking the time we'll be in touch Michael E.: Thank you for having me Michael. Michael: Hey, you got it, take care. Alright, everyone that was our episode. A big thank you to Michael for coming on the show super, super informative and really cool to hear what they are doing over at origin investments. As always, if you liked the episode, please, please, please feel free to leave us a rating or review wherever it is you get your podcasts and be like focusing on the next one. Happy investing…
Stand Up is a daily podcast. I book,host,edit, post and promote new episodes with brilliant guests every day. Please subscribe now for as little as 5$ and gain access to a community of over 800 awesome, curious, kind, funny, brilliant, generous souls Check out StandUpwithPete.com to learn more Today's sponsor is Indeed.com/Standup Wajahat Ali is a columnist at The Daily Beast and a Senior Fellow at The Western States Center and Auburn Seminary. He has previously been a New York Times contributing op-ed writer, CNN commentator, host for Huff Post, and co-host of Al Jazeera America's The Stream. He is also a recovering attorney and playwright. He is currently working on his first book, "Go Back To Where You Came From: And, Other Helpful Recommendations on How to Become American" scheduled for Spring 2022 publication. He makes Pakistani food and Lego sets "for his kids" during his free time. Listen to him Co Host Democracy-ish with Danielle Moodie You can send him hate mail at firstname.lastname@example.org David Daley is a senior fellow for FairVote and the author of Ratf**ked: The True Story Behind the Secret Plan to Steal America's Democracy, which helped spark the recent drive to reform gerrymandering. Dave's second book, Unrigged: How Americans Are Battling Back to Save Democracy, chronicles the victories and defeats in state efforts to reform elections and uphold voting rights. A frequent lecturer and media source about gerrymandering, he is the former editor-in-chief of Salon.com, and the former CEO and publisher of the Connecticut News Project. He is a digital media fellow at the Wilson Center for the Humanities and the Grady School of Journalism at the University of Georgia. His work has appeared in the New Yorker, The Washington Post, The Guardian, New York magazine, the Atlantic, the Boston Globe, Rolling Stone, Details, and he's been on CNN and NPR. When writing for the Hartford Courant, he helped identify Mark Felt as the "Deep Throat" source for Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein. Check out all things Jon Carroll Follow and Support Pete Coe Pete on YouTube Pete on Twitter Pete On Instagram Pete Personal FB page
Glenn sets the record straight about what fascism means — and which side fits the definition— after the Washington Post attacked his book, “The Great Reset.” The Left claims Elon Musk's support for free speech on Twitter is dangerous. Utah is an interesting mess. Glenn looks at how Japan's inflation death spiral could tank America next. In some good news, the Supreme Court could do wonders for religious freedom as Coach Joe Kennedy's case is heard. Former Ambassador to the U.N. Nikki Haley joins to discuss how President Biden's fear of Putin is lengthening the war in Ukraine, why she endorsed Sarah Palin for Congress, and why Elon Musk's purchase of Twitter is a “win for freedom.” Meanwhile, HuffPost can't get over Jan. 6. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Nathan Resnick is the President and Co-founder of Sourcify, the fastest-growing sourcing platform that helps hundreds of companies manufacture products around the world. He's also the Owner of Bubble Hotels, is an angel investor and startup advisor, and is a Writer for Entrepreneur Media and HuffPost. Nathan prides himself on his ability to learn and move fast. By the age of 27, he had three seven-figure startups under his belt. He believes that anyone can be an A player with the right tools. In this episode… From the pandemic to supply chain issues to global tensions, ecommerce brands have faced severe challenges over the past few years. So what can you do to grow your brand during these difficult times? According to Nathan Resnick, shipping delays, costs, and supply chain issues will likely decrease in the future. However, many successful brands have already learned where they need to focus their efforts: on the data and the big picture. This is true for both established ecommerce brands and companies in their early stages. To work through challenges, you need to become more data-driven, plan further ahead, and keep the big picture top of mind. In this episode of the eCommerce Profits Podcast, Joshua Chin is joined by Nathan Resnick, President and Co-founder of Sourcify, to talk about his strategies to grow and scale a brand. Nathan shares stories from his entrepreneurial journey, his thoughts on the future of global manufacturing, and tips for building a brand or product around a community.
Hey, Hey! In this episode of the Brown Girl Self-Care Podcast I'm in conversation with Dr. Nic Hardy, a Licensed Therapist based out of TX whose zone of expertise includes helping us repair and/or grow from our relationships while also addressing challenges we face that are rooted in fear, anxiety and trauma. His work has been featured in Cosmopolitan, HuffPost, NBC LX, PopSugar Ask.Men, Bustle, PscyhCentral and other national publications. He has also consulted on mental health for several fortune 500 companies. He received his Ph.D. from the University of Houston, where his research focused on relationship satisfaction in Black and minority families. Today, Nic and I are talking about self-care as it relates to issues including: Survival mode Managing tension in relationships where we are the primary caregiver The importance of not overcompensating in relationships How to better communicate with your partner in healthier ways so that we aren't sending/reading the dreaded "we need to talk" text message You can find Nic here: Instagram -> https://www.instagram.com/nichardy_/ Website to book a session -> https://www.nichardy.com/ Twitter -> https://www.twitter.com/nichardycs If you know that it's your season to take your self-care to the next level, be sure to join my private community on Patreon -> https://www.patreon.com/BrownGirlSelfCare
Veronica Romney is a Dream Team Architect helping online entrepreneurs dial in their human resources, develop phenomenal company cultures, and profitable bottom lines. She's a former Speaker and Trainer for Tony Robbins and Dean Graziosi and the former Chief of Staff of mega-brand BossBabe. She's no stranger to the stage and has been in the online marketing world for over 13 years, having been featured in places like Forbes, Inc, Huffpost, and more. When she's not helping her visionary clients scale to 8-figures plus, you can find her wrangling her two-man cubs in the beautiful oak trees of North Carolina.
This week I'm re-airing my episode with Dr. Elizabeth Cohen, where we discussed how to cope when your partner has an active addiction. Dr. Elizabeth Cohen helps people get a little more comfortable with something as painful as addiction and divorce. When you're living with or divorcing a partner who has an active addiction, you may find yourself acting out different behaviors including the need to control every situation. You may become (or already be!) codependent, and you focus on their healing instead of your own. When you finally take the focus off of them and towards yourself you can begin to see light at the end of what may be a very dark tunnel. Show Highlights When women share themselves openly and honestly, the world begins to split open (9:21) Focusing on your growth and healing is how we change our circumstances (11:06) Sublimating your own needs for someone else (23:00) Breaking the cycle of codependency (24:15) The core issue about a person abusing any substance is the difficulty sitting with emotions (34:41) A partner should never be responsible for healing the other (38:36) Some advice for those who are living with an active addict (47:33) Learn More About Dr. Cohen: Dr. Cohen is the CEO and founder of the online divorce course and membership Afterglow: The Light at the Other Side of Divorce. This 14 week course teaches women how to heal, grow and thrive after divorce no matter how difficult the process has been. Dr. Cohen offers a monthly membership program to provide 1:1 coaching, expert support from divorce professionals and an engaged community of like-minded people. Dr. Cohen received her PhD in clinical psychology from Boston University. She was the recipient of the prestigious American Psychological Foundation Research Award for her doctoral research. She has been featured on the Tamron Hall Show, the Wall Street Journal, NBC News, Women's Health, Huff Post, Thrive Global, Daily Beast and Good Housekeeping. Dr. Cohen is a weekly contributor to Psychology Today with her “Divorce Course” column. Resources & Links: Information and resources may also be found at: https://kateanthony.com/podcast/tbt-addiction-and-divorce-with-dr-elizabeth-cohen The Revised Should I Stay or Should I Go is Now Available! Dr. Cohen's website Dr. Cohen on Instagram Facebook The Divorce Doctor- Elizabeth Cohen,PhD 14 Day Step-By-Step Guide To Make Any Tough Decision While Going Through Divorce 3 Steps to Take Right Now for A Stress-Free Divorce Our Happy Divorce Livestream, Drugs, Alcohol, and Divorce with Kate and Elizabeth Should I Stay or Should I Go Facebook Group
It's essential to know the comprehensive number of online retailers globally or in the US to better understand your total addressable market. In short, there are currently 9.1 million Online Retailers in the world and 2.5 Million of them are in the United States. According to https://www.etailinsights.com/ Veronica Romney is the founder of the Dream Team Architect helping online entrepreneurs dial in their human resources, develop phenomenal company cultures, and profitable bottom lines. She's a former Speaker and Trainer for Tony Robbins and Dean Graziosi and the former Chief of Staff of mega-brand BossBabe. She's no stranger to the stage and has been in the online marketing world for over 13 years, having been featured in places like Forbes, Inc, Huffpost, and more. When she's not helping her visionary clients scale to 8-figures plus, you can find her wrangling her two-man cubs in the beautiful oak trees of North Carolina. She joined me this week to tell me more. For more information: https://veronicaromney.com/ Follow: @vromney
Adam Mendler is the CEO of The Veloz Group, where he co-founded and oversaw ventures across a wide variety of industries.Adam is also the host of the leadership podcast Thirty Minute Mentors, where he elicits insights from America's top CEOs, founders, athletes, celebrities, and political and military leaders. Adam has authored articles for Forbes, Inc., HuffPost, and “Leadership Lessons” in Thrive Global.Adam began his leadership journey at a young age. He held various leadership positions, like the class president, sports coach, or captain of the team. These endeavors have all been instrumental in leading him to where he is today. Leadership to him is the synergy that brings out the best in others and elevates the greater view of the team and the organization.Setbacks were constant experiences for Adam, especially when he founded the Veloz group. According to Adam, how we bounce back from failure is what defines us. He teaches us not to have regrets but to learn from our mistakes. Even if things don't work out by themselves, we should pull from our collected experiences, and do our best next time. And if we are fearful, we should understand wh, break down what we are afraid of, and work on it. Join us to listen to Adam's leadership insights on the power of learning, defining success, and combating fear.
Thanks for joining Jill Baughan today on Finding Joy ...No Matter What. Make a Joy Box for Someone You Care About: https://jillbaughan.com/joy-box/ Brainerd, Mary. “The Victory Vertical Project.” Golden Music. July 30, 2021. https://goldenmusic.co/blogs/culture/the-victory-vertical-project Ellard, Colin, PhD. “Look Up: The Surprising Joy of Raising Your Gaze.” Psychology Today, February 29, 2016. https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/mind-wandering/201607/look-the-surprising-joy-raising-your-gaze Lee, Winnie. “When Pianos Went to War.” Atlas Obscura. September 10, 2017. https://www.atlasobscura.com/articles/victory-verticals-steinway-pianos Patowary, Kaushik. “That Time When America Air-Dropped Pianos for Troops in Battlefields.” Amusing Planet. July 2, 2019. https://www.amusingplanet.com/2019/07/that-time-when-america-air-dropped.html “This Is What Happens When You Look Up.” HuffPost. December 6, 2017. https://www.huffpost.com/entry/look-up-and-thrive_n_5800392 Wise, Brian. “Victory Verticals: During World War II Steinways Were Delivered to Every Theater of War.” https://www.steinway.com/news/features/victory-verticals Connect with Jill: Facebook ~ Instagram ~ Twitter ~ Website
My guest for this Live Episode will be Nicholas Powers, author of The Ground Below Zero: 9/11 to Burning Man, New Orleans to Darfur, Haiti to Occupy Wall Street. He is a poet and an associate professor of English at SUNY Old Westbury with writings in Truth-Out, HuffPost, Alternet and The Indypendent. Nicholas recently published the essay “Can Psychedelic Masculinity Stop War?”, a poignant weaving of numerous threads I have explored here on The Mythic Masculine podcast. He weaves myth, psychedelics, culture theory, and more - I knew I had to reach out and make contact. Support this Podcast http://mythicmasculine.com/supporter Listen to more episodes http://themythicmasculine.com
The Global Cancer Conference This event is to raise awareness and educate others on the Cancer topic. Hosted by Regeline Sabbat - Motivational Keynote Speaker, 5x Bestselling Author, Life Coach, First generation Haitian American, the host of Walk With Me Podcast on JRQTV, Financial Expert, and CEO and Founder of Life Service Center of America, LLC. Endorsed by Les Brown. (Master of Ceremonies) Dr. Lakisha James - Corporate event planner, Set Designer, Mentor, Author, and Atlanta Chapter Leader for World Women Conference & Awards Speakers: (Keynote Speaker) Speaker#1 Amy P. Kelly- Amy P. Kelly, GPHR, SPHR, SHRM-SCP President and Chief Learning Officer, The Amy P. Kelly Companies Individual, Team, and Organizational Development Speaker #2 Jocelyn McClure - Public Speaker, Author, Soon to be published in Les Brown's Ignite the Hunger in You Jocelyn McClure has been a Realtor® in the Washington, DC area since 1991. She's a graduate of the Duke Ellington School of the Art's class of 1978 and attended the Catholic University of America on a vocal music scholarship. Her involvement with Ellington has spanned decades; from attending as a student, to becoming the inaugural president of the formally recognized DESA Alumni Association which she helped found in 2005, to currently serving in the capacity of co-president for the DESA Alumni Association. In March of 1984, Jocelyn gave her life to the Lord and has grown through the years to have an ever-increasing passion for helping people come to points of breakthrough along this life's difficult journey. She is a motivational, inspirational speaker and bestselling published author who's focused on empowerment, encouragement, positivity, self-improvement, mindset, growth, and personal development. She's also a breast cancer survivor who coaches and encourages many women as they wage war against this sworn enemy. She is a mentor to many and recently, after aligning with world renown speaker Les Brown, embarked on the journey of public speaking in an intentional way. Personally mentored by Les Brown and a featured speaker on the 2021 HTS “Dare to Dream” Summit, and the upcoming 2022 Hungry for Greatness “Transformer's: What's IN Your Mind” Summit, she is dedicated to the development and maintenance of good mental health through compassionate truth telling. Speaker #3 Cj Grace- Ex-BBC journalist and author of the humorous infidelity self-help book, Adulterer's Wife: How to Thrive Whether You Stay or Not. After receiving a copy, Arianna Huffington invited CJ to be a HuffPost contributor. CJ also blogs about infidelity, breast cancer and social issues on Thrive Global and on her websites, adultererswife.com and rentabrit.com. CJ is completing her second book, Hotel Chemo: My Wild Ride through Breast Cancer and Infidelity, a warts-and-all comic self-help memoir. She dealt with the double whammy of discovering her husband's infidelity and shortly after being diagnosed with breast cancer by refusing to be a victim and keeping her wicked sense of humor. A lifelong Monty Python fan, an eye for absurdity pervades her writing. Speaker #4 Katrece Nolen - Author, Speaker, Cancer Survivor Speaker #5 Tonni Millican-Larson - Best Selling Author and Inspirational Speaker. Healing Broken Women. Speaker #6 Dr. Yan Ley- Dr. Yan Leyfman has been recognized as one of the top international researchers in oncology by the American Society of Hematology and American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO). He has contributed to the development of several anti-cancer therapies that have recently entered clinical trials and new treatment recommendations of care. His successes have been recognized by the Goldwater Research Foundation, Sigma Xi, New York Times, ABC, and Harvard Medical School. During the COVID-19 pandemic, he was recruited to join the Global COVID-19 Taskforce to serve as Director of the Immunology Division, which produced one of the first mechanisms for SARS-CoV-2 and COVI-Flu along with therapeutic interventions for both. In June 2021, Dr. Leyfman presented the first mechanism to explain the interplay between cancer and COVID-19 at the 2021 ASCO Annual Meeting. His work has been published as the cover article in the journal, Shock, and in the textbook, Insights on a Post-COVID World. Over the past year, Yan was recognized as the 2020 iCHEM Emerging International Scholar in Immunology & Immunotherapy, 2020 New York State & City Manhattan Hero for his community service and research contributions during the COVID-19 pandemic and by Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center for research excellence. In October 2021, Dr. Leyfman was recognized as a 2021 Hero in Healthcare for research contributions to cancer & COVID-19 at the Lymphoma, Leukemia & Myeloma Congress Dr. Leyfman also has a passion for education, mentorship, and community service. He is a journal editor and mentor to medical students in redeveloping countries and gives talks about the latest innovations in medicine. Speaker #7 Erica Mitchell- Known as the “Shoe Maven in the Making”, Erica M. specializes in providing the trendiest, chicest styles in shoes and fashion, creating memorable shoe statements that will be the talk of the town forever! Her motto? "Trends change, style is everlasting". Born and raised in Baltimore, M.D., Erica knew what style was at the tender age of 10; to deal with the pain and stress of being bullied, she found comfort in and an outlet for her creativity while playing dress up in the shoes and jewelry of her mother, Robin, and grandmother, Hester. Inspired by style icons such as Versace and Oscar De La Renta, she realized how powerful fashion could be and became determined to style the world in bold yet classy pieces. Knowing that there must be other girls struggling with the same issues, In 2009, Erica launched Tru Goddess Empowerment, a community organization that focuses on the empowerment of teen girls and women.. Tru Goddess Empowerment has now re-launched in Dania Beach, Florida. In 2012, Erica and her sister, Domeakia, brought their dream of opening the online women's shoe boutique, Goddess Couture, to fruition and began to style reality TV stars such as Love Majewski, Krystle Couso, Alexander Dilworth, NetFlix Comedian Aida Rodriguez, just to name a few. After the sudden loss of their mother in 2014, Erica decided to relocate to South Florida in order to focus 1000% on building and branding her business and styling ladies everywhere, re-inventing herself and her life in the process. This diva didn't stop there! In 2015 became Creator for Walk in Faith Custom Custom Shoes. My mission is to motivate all survivors (cancer, domestic violence, Bereaved, etc.) It's time to hold our head up and Walk in Faith. "This is only the beginning of my journey. So many feet in the world and only one shoe stylist can style them… Erica M." Speaker #8 Dr. Melba Stetz Ph.D., LTC (Ret.), CYT, BCN, BCB - Melba was born on the beautiful island of Puerto Rico. She was always very smart, intuitive, and “hyper”. Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) was a relatively new diagnosis. One day, she dropped out of pre-medical school and enlisted in the U.S. ARMY. She was the first military in her family. After a few “growing experiences” (e.g., racism, sexism, ageism, “Me too!”) she went back home. Upon graduation, she continued serving as an ARMY Research Psychologist. Lieutenant Colonel Stetz went to combat and has published extensively on stress and coping (https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=fOhhu-oAAAAJ). She became a best seller author for “Winner's Mindset: Peak Performance Strategies for Success” and just finished a chapter on a suicidal surviving book. Dr. Stetz is now writing on being breastless after cancer. Melba works as a Psychology Professor, a Neurofeedback and Biofeedback Therapist, and an Intuitive (spiritual) Coach. She loves helping others smile again by accepting their own power and spiritual gifts. You may also find her giving motivational talks in both English and Spanish. Her contact info is below: Speaker #9 Danille Brown - 2x Breast Cancer Survivor Speakers #10 & 11- Cory Micek and his wife Chelsie Micek- In 2018, Cory had a tumor the size of a football. He was a week away from a massive stroke and his doctor gave him 30 days to live. "You watch my God do a miracle," Cory told his Doctor as she delivered his lymphoma diagnosis. Cory was miraculously healed by the third round of chemotherapy and had completed 6 rounds of chemotherapy in total. Now, Cory and Chelsie are taking everything they've learned and are on a mission to help thousands going through their own cancer journey with their company VictorsPath. At VictorsPath, we help others by combining both a Victory mindset and specific Pathways focusing on Faith, Mindset & Lifestyle while on their own personal journey toward victory over cancer. "Victory Not Survival!" Speaker #12- Katrece Nolen is a cancer survivor, advocate, and speaker, who highlights the importance of self-advocacy to combat health disparities. Like other cancer patients and survivors, she began her cancer journey with feelings of isolation and uncertainty. After coming to grips with her cancer diagnosis, she made a conscious decision to get the best treatment available and to bring together the best support team possible. A seven-year survivor of Stage 3 Inflammatory Breast Cancer, her book, “I've Been Diagnosed, Now What? Courageously Fighting Cancer in the Face of Fear, Uncertainty and Doubt, documents her journey from uninformed patient to self-advocate. Known for her ability to break complex concepts down in a fresh and relatable way, she shares a variety of methods and strategies other survivors may use to build their own community of support and not just survive, but thrive! Katrece has had the opportunity to speak at business and cancer conferences and for organizations, including McKinsey & Company on the cancer patient experience. An Oklahoma native, Katrece holds a B.S. in Industrial Engineering and a M.B.A. from George Washington University. She has served on various health and education related committees and councils and currently resides outside the Washington D.C. beltway, in Northern Virginia with her husband and children. Learn more at www.KatreceNolen.com. Speaker #13-Lizeth Alvarado Master Permanent Makeup Artist PRO Lash Extension Stylist Beauty Educator Lizeth Alvarado lives her life by ‘
Jamie Varon's writing has been seen across the internet for over a decade, from her early days of personal blogging all the way to features in publications such as Teen Vogue, HuffPost, GOOD, Complex, and many more. Over the years, both her long-form essays and short-form prose have garnered millions of reads and views, using her signature style of combining personal story with universal themes. Jamie also shares her thoughts on building a life you really love with her many followers on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter (@jamievaron). In addition to her writing, she has a long-standing career as a branding expert, course creator, and graphic designer. This episode is a beautiful exploration of divine intervention, transforming comparison and trusting your path as a creative. We discuss: Rewriting your story and transforming your self-talk Soul lessons around body image and career Quitting on stressful ambitions Finding love within Being “divinely spared” How intuition led Jamie to meet her husband Trusting the magic in the void Transforming comparison The miraculous power of transforming the energy of gossip and complaint into creation Metrics don't define your worth Jamie's experience growing up as a spiritual channel Can spirit and ambition co-exist? Redefining your definition of success Intentionally using social media as a powerful tool Focusing on experiences over outcomes Trusting that your creativity is abundant Receiving tasks from Source Mentioned: Jamie's book “Radically Content: Being Satisfied in an Endlessly Dissatisfied World” Episode sponsor: Have you ever bought anything after hearing an ad on a podcast? I know I have. Whether you want to diversify your ad spend, add a new marketing stream, or test out podcast ads, Zencastr – a longtime partner of this show – now has its own Creator Network that makes it easy for brands to connect with podcasters with aligned content and audiences. Interested in sponsoring podcast ads for your business and maybe even this show? Go to www.zen.ai/kbp and fill out the contact form so that Zencastr can help you bring your business story to life. Related episodes: 198 Trust What's Coming Next, The Universe Only Gives Upgrades – DOE PAORO aka @doeknowsthings on TikTok 197 Reggie Riverbear: Coming Home To Yourself Through Voice, Finding Your Community and Trusting Spirit As A Business Strategy 196 Free Time: Lose The Busywork, Love Your Business | Marketing with Magic and Serendipity – JENNY BLAKE Connect with Jamie Varon: Jamievaron.com @jamievaron on Instagram @jamievaron on Twitter Connect with Ksenia: kseniabrief.com Ksenia's email list Instagram @ksenia.brief YouTube Ksenia Brief TikTok @ksenia.brief Subscribe, rate and review the podcast on Apple Podcasts Follow the podcast on Spotify Thank you for sharing this sacred space with me.
In this podcast episode, I spoke with Jamie Varon, Author and Designer. We discuss Jamie's new book, Radically Content, about how to find happiness in a world that conditions us to feel as though we need to earn our happiness. Jamie Varon's writing has been seen across the internet for over a decade, from her early days of personal blogging all the way to features in publications such as Teen Vogue, HuffPost, GOOD, Complex, and many more. Over the years, both her long-form essays and short-form prose have garnered millions of reads and views, using her signature style of combining personal story with universal themes. Jamie also shares her thoughts on building a life you really love with her many followers on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter (@jamievaron). In addition to her writing, she has a long-standing career as a branding expert, course creator, and graphic designer. Jamie lives in Calabasas, California. In this episode we discuss: What "radically content" means to author Jamie as well as why she named her book about finding happiness in your everyday life. How society has taught us that we need to "earn" our happiness, "earn" our relaxation, and what to do about that. Achievement DOES NOT equal happiness! Nor does it determine your worth! Why you don't need permission to feel good enough or happy, you are good enough. How messages in society such as "the summer body" subtly tell us we can't enjoy life or be happy unless we have/do X. How to truly enjoy the journey and celebrate the small wins. How you can change your relationship with social media and use it as a positive influence. What does success mean to you? Does it mean hustling hard to the point you have no one and no energy to celebrate with? Does the degree of success determine your "worth" to society? or to yourself? The importance of feeling and being curious about your emotions as a tool to heal. Buy Jamie's book, Radically Content: https://radicallycontent.com Connect with Jamie: https://jamievaron.com https://instagram.com/jamievaron https://facebook.com/jamievaron ++++++ Calmly Coping is a self-improvement podcast for overthinkers who struggle with high-functioning anxiety to help you feel more calm, balanced, and confident. ++++++ *** WORK WITH ME *** My mission is to help you decrease your anxiety, declutter your mind, and say hello to a life of calm and balance. Learn more about my coaching and course offerings below. https://becalmwithtati.com/work-with-me *** JOIN THE CALMLY COPING GROUP *** The free supportive community for high-achievers with high-functioning anxiety. Join Today: https://www.facebook.com/groups/CalmlyCoping *** SAY HI ON SOCIAL *** Website: https://becalmwithtati.com/ Instagram: https://instagram.com/tatianaglpc LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/tatianaglpc/ Pinterest: https://pinterest.com/tatianaglpc **TAKE THE FREE HIGH-FUNCTIONING ANXIETY QUIZ ** http://hfaquiz.com *** INTRO/OUTRO MUSIC *** Rescue Me (Instrumental) by Aussens@iter (c) copyright 2018 Licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution (3.0) license. http://dig.ccmixter.org/files/tobias_weber/57990 Ft: Copperhead DISCLAIMER All content here is for informational purposes only. This content does not replace the professional judgment of your own mental health provider. Please consult a licensed mental health professional for all individual questions and issues.
Stand Up is a daily podcast. I book,host,edit, post and promote new episodes with brilliant guests every day. Please subscribe now for as little as 5$ and gain access to a community of over 800 awesome, curious, kind, funny, brilliant, generous souls Check out StandUpwithPete.com to learn more Today's sponsor is Indeed.com/Standup 19 mins Wajahat Ali is a columnist at The Daily Beast and a Senior Fellow at The Western States Center and Auburn Seminary. He has previously been a New York Times contributing op-ed writer, CNN commentator, host for Huff Post, and co-host of Al Jazeera America's The Stream. He is also a recovering attorney and playwright. He is currently working on his first book, "Go Back To Where You Came From: And, Other Helpful Recommendations on How to Become American" scheduled for Spring 2022 publication. He makes Pakistani food and Lego sets "for his kids" during his free time. Listen to him Co Host Democracy-ish with Danielle Moodie You can send him hate mail at email@example.com 51 mins Jeff Jarvis is the author of What Would Google Do? and Public Parts: How Sharing in the Digital Age Improves the Way we Work and Live. He has blogged at Buzzmachine.com about media, technology, and life's irritations since 2001. Jarvis directs the Tow-Knight Center for Entrepreneurial Journalism at the City University of New York Graduate School of Journalism. He writes occasionally for the Guardian and HuffingtonPost. You can see and hear Jeff on "This Week In Google" In prior lives, Jarvis was creator and founding editor of Entertainment Weekly; president and creative director of Advance.net (online arm of Advance Publications); Sunday editor and associate publisher of the New York Daily News; a columnist on the San Francisco Examiner. Jeff's list experts https://twitter.com/i/lists/1237834151694303234 https://buzzmachine.com/ All things Jon Carroll Follow and Support Pete Coe Pete on YouTube Pete on Twitter Pete On Instagram Pete Personal FB page Stand Up with Pete FB page
As of this year, the total outstanding federal student loan debt is over $1.7 trillion, which is collectively held by around 46 million borrowers. Even with temporary, pandemic-related pauses on student loan repayments, the debt crisis continues to worsen, and calls for complete debt cancellation continue to mount. On April 4, as part of a national day of action, members and allies of the Debt Collective, a debtor's union, demonstrated outside of the Department of Education in Washington, DC, demanding that President Biden issue an Executive Order to cancel all student loan debt. In this installment of The Marc Steiner Show, Marc speaks with Ami Schneider, one of the debt strikers who attended the demonstration in DC, about the growing movement to undo the colossal policy failure that created the student debt crisis.Ami Schneider is an organizer and debt striker with the Debt Collective who holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from the Art Institute. In 2019, she published an article in HuffPost titled “I'm Drowning In $120K Of Student Debt And I'm Suing Betsy DeVos To Make Her Fix That.”Tune in for new episodes of The Marc Steiner Show every Monday and Thursday on TRNN.Read the transcript of this podcast: https://therealnews.com/corporate-debts-get-canceled-while-millions-of-student-debtors-sinkPre-Production/Studio: Adam ColeyPost-Production: Stephen FrankHelp us continue producing The Marc Steiner Show by following us and becoming a monthly sustainer:Donate: https://therealnews.com/donate-pod-mssSign up for our newsletter: https://therealnews.com/nl-pod-stGet The Marc Steiner Show updates: https://therealnews.com/up-pod-stLike us on Facebook: https://facebook.com/therealnewsFollow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/therealnews
I get so many questions about the difficult situation of overcoming the anxiety around having to see humans when your body has changed size. It feels like almost everyone is (or at some point in time, will be) dealing with this obstacle. Even if our weight stays the same during our lives, our bodies will change in other ways and so talking through this very real anxiety is super important. In today's episode let me give you a pep talk so we can live our lives and not be consumed with thoughts of “but people are going to judge me negatively so I should hideaway.” Episode show notes: http://www.fiercefatty.com/121 Free Training: The 4 Simple Steps to Feel Confident in Your Body and Around Food ... Even If You Believe It's Not Possible! https://event.webinarjam.com/channel/org Huffpost article: https://www.huffpost.com/entry/covid-weight-gain-office-reopen_n_6228ec0be4b004a43c13b5cc
Elon Musk, Peter Thiel, and hundreds of the biggest names in Silicon Valley started at PayPal. Known as the “PayPal Mafia,” these free-thinking entrepreneurs created the blueprint for tech companies today. Author Jimmy Soni sits down with host Charles Mizrahi to discuss the untold story of PayPal's founding and how it paved the way for companies like Tesla, Facebook, YouTube, and SpaceX. Topics Discussed: An Introduction to Jimmy Soni (00:00:00) Silicon Valley Has PayPal to Thank (00:01:38) PayPal's Start (00:7:30) The Origins of Elon Musk (00:17:01) PayPal's Unique Recruitment Process (00:27:33) Peter Thiel's Management Style (00:30:13) Thiel's Story (00:32:56) Why PayPal Founders Are Driven to Innovate (00:40:44) What We Can Learn (00:43:59) Guest Bio: Jimmy Soni is an award-winning author. He previously served as managing editor of HuffPost and was named in Forbes' “30 Under 30” list. Soni has co-authored several books with Rob Goodman, winning the 2017 Neumann Prize for A Mind at Play. Their essays have been featured in Politico, HuffPost, and Business Insider. Soni's recent solo book (below) tells the story of PayPal's founding. Resources Mentioned: · https://www.amazon.com/Founders-Paypal-Entrepreneurs-Shaped-Silicon/dp/1501197266 (The Founders: The Story of PayPal and the Entrepreneurs Who Shaped Silicon Valley) · https://www.amazon.com/Mind-Play-Shannon-Invented-Information/dp/1476766681 (A Mind at Play: How Claude Shannon Invented the Information Age) Transcript: https://charlesmizrahi.com/podcast/podcast-season-7/2022/04/12/story-paypal-jimmy-soni/ (https://charlesmizrahi.com/podcast/) Don't Forget To... • Subscribe to my podcast! • Download this episode to save for later • Liked this episode? Leave a kind review! Subscribe to Charles' Alpha Investor newsletter today: https://pro.banyanhill.com/m/1962483 (https://pro.banyanhill.com/m/1962483)
Vicky Ward is a New York Times bestselling author, investigative reporter, and magazine columnist. Her work has been featured in The Independent, HuffPost and Vanity Fair, and focuses on the intersection of money, power and corruption. She has reported on Jeffrey Epstein and his associate Ghislaine Maxwell for two decades, an undertaking that culminated in dispatches from the Ghislaine Maxwell trial through her Substack newsletter “Vicky Ward Investigates,” and the Chasing Ghislaine podcast and documentary series, of which Ward serves as host and producer. Ward has also authored books on the collapse of Lehman Brothers, the world of New York real estate and Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump's path to the White House. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Veronica Romney is a Dream Team Architect helping online entrepreneurs dial in their human resources, develop phenomenal company cultures, and profitable bottom lines. She's a former Speaker and Trainer for Tony Robbins and Dean Graziosi and the former Chief of Staff of mega-brand BossBabe. She's no stranger to the stage and has been in the online marketing world for over 13 years, having been featured in places like Forbes, Inc, Huffpost, and more. When she's not helping her visionary clients scale to 8-figures plus, you can find her wrangling her two-man cubs in the beautiful oak trees of North Carolina.
Minter Dialogue with Simon Alexander Ong Simon Alexander Ong is an award-winning life and executive coach, keynote speaker and author the new book, Energize, Make the Most of Every Moment. His work has seen him invited onto Sky News, BBC Radio London and LBC Radio to be interviewed. His insights have been featured in HuffPost, Forbes, Virgin and the Guardian. In this conversation, we discuss the keys to boosting and mastering your energy, why and how to focus on what matters, live a life of meaning and combat an energy deficit. And much more. If you've got comments or questions you'd like to see answered, send your email or audio file to firstname.lastname@example.org; or you can find the show notes and comment on minterdial.com. If you liked the podcast, please take a moment to rate/review the show on RateThisPodcast. Otherwise, you can find me @mdial on Twitter.
Nina Collins is in conversation with Vicki Larson about her new book, Not Too Old for That: How Women are Changing the Story of Aging. About Vicki: Vicki Larson is a longtime award-winning journalist at a San Francisco Bay Area newspaper, author of Not Too Old for That: How Women are Changing the Story of Aging (Rowman & Littlefield, April 2022) and co-author of The New I Do: Reshaping Marriage for Skeptics, Realists and Rebels, (Seal Press, 2014), named a Best Book of 2014 by PopSugar. A resident of Marin County, California, her writing can be found in The New York Times, The Guardian, The Washington Post, Aeon, AARP's The Ethel, WHYY, Quartz, HuffPost and Medium. About Revel: www.hellorevel.com