Dr. Erica Feuerbacher is an Associate Professor of Companion Animal Behavior and Welfare at Virginia Tech and director of the Applied Animal Behavior & Welfare Lab in the School of Animal Science. She earned her Ph.D. in Psychology at the University of Florida in the UF Canine Cognition and Behavior Lab and her Masters in Behavior Analysis at the University of North Texas in the Organization for Reinforcement Contingencies with Animals. Prior to joining Virginia Tech, she was an Assistant Professor at Carroll College in Helena, MT, where she led the canine program in which students trained foster dogs during the academic year. She has worked as a shelter behavior consultant, offered group dog training classes and private behavior consultations, and is co-founder of the Institute for Shelter Dogs. She is a Certified Applied Animal Behaviorist, a Board Certified Behavior Analyst, and a Certified Professional Dog Trainer. Her research at Virginia Tech focuses on understanding dog behavior and learning from a behavior analytic perspective, using applied behavior analysis to solve behavioral issues, and identifying interventions that improve shelter dog welfare. She has earned several awards for her behavior analytic research and her dedication to the theoretical foundations of behavior analysis. She is passionate about humane, effective animal training, and working with owners, trainers, and shelter staff to improve our interactions with animals through behavior analysis. For links visit here >>> https://atamember.com/2023/05/15/dr-erica-feuerbacher/
This week was a wake up call for Cable personally as it became evident that even his conservative leaning North Texas city had it's school board election hijacked by woke candidates running on Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) platforms. Then an even more alarming realization when his kid's principle tweeted out an article decrying parents [...]
Colin and Brune sit down with one of Ross Hodge's big transfers John Buggs III to discuss the transition from UTSA to North Texas before DCTF college editor Ishmael Johnson comes on to give a little bit of outside perspective on Eric Morris so far and expectations for North Texas Football in 2023 and beyond.
Hear how a North Texas woman with a naughty puppy went from corporate America to owner of a dog Utopia. Listen as Jenny Manning tells her story of knocking on neighbors' doors as a child to offer her free dog-walking services, training Guide Dogs for the Blind in the UK, and ultimately creating a playgroup that enriches dog's lives - one dog at a time. Dr. Shine connects Jenny's love of teaching others and her playgroup community with that of building any community, and illustrates how Jenny is living in her point of intersection - that place where your innate talents, interests, and a need in the world intersect.
Texas bill to raise age on AR-style gun purchases advances days after Allen shooting; Outlet mall ‘closed indefinitely' after Allen shooting; Profile apparently linked to Allen gunman shows violence obsession; North Texas lawmaker resigns after investigation finds he engaged in sexual misconduct
gone cold podcast - texas true crime
While the Plano Police investigated the abduction and death of 7-year-old Ashley Estell, a strange man with a pertinent criminal history made himself a suspect. Unbeknownst to the grieving and angry residents of the suburb city, along with the rest of North Texas, the cops were building a case against 23-year-old Dallas carpet cleaner and convicted child molester Michael Nawee Blair. When the arrest came 6 days after Ashley was slain, residents were shocked – but upon learning of the man's disturbing criminal past and his early release from prison, the public's shock turned to outrage and a campaign against the practices of the Texas justice system got underway. Part 2 of 3.If you have any information about the abduction and murder of Ashley Nicole Estell, please contact Texas Crime stoppers by calling 713-222-TIPS, that's 713-222-8477. You can remain completely anonymousYou can support gone cold and listen ad-free at patreon.com/gonecoldpodcastFind us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram by using @gonecoldpodcast and on YouTube at:youtube.com/c/gonecoldpodcastThe Dallas Morning News, The Dallas Observer, KXAS TV, and Robert Riggs' WFAA Channel 8 News Reporting were used as sources for this episode.#JusticeForAshleyEstell #TrueCrime #Plano #PlanoTX #Dallas #DallasTX #Texas #TrueCrime #TexasTrueCrime #TrueCrimePodcast #GoneCold #GoneColdPodcast #ColdCase #Unsolved #Murder #ColdCase #UnsolvedMurder
Episode summary: Gunman kills eight people at a North Texas outlet mall. After the Allen shooting, Texas Republican leaders downplay guns and focus on mental health. A Texas lawmaker, who previously said drag queen story hours would sexualize children, should be expelled for sexual misconduct with a teenage intern, committee says. "How'd that work out?": CNN host Jake Tapper grills judiciary head over Feinstein's absence, compares situation to RBG. Dmitri Mehlhorn, who has financed many of the super PACs that target progressives in primaries, says they're not going as hard after progressives now because he thinks the left has been sufficiently driven into the ground.HOSTS: Cenk Uygur (@CenkUygur) & Ana Kasparian (@AnaKasparian)SUBSCRIBE on YOUTUBE: ☞ https://www.youtube.com/user/theyoungturksFACEBOOK: ☞ https://www.facebook.com/theyoungturksTWITTER: ☞ https://www.twitter.com/theyoungturksINSTAGRAM: ☞ https://www.instagram.com/theyoungturksTIKTOK: ☞ https://www.tiktok.com/@theyoungturks
In this week's episode, our host Jonathan Aymin sits down with Matthew and Kevyn Harvey, the owners of Benediction on the Square, a wedding venue in Leonard, Texas. They discuss the challenges of rehabilitating an older building and their focus on attracting clients from nearby growing towns. They also express their passion for their community and their hope to bring more businesses to the downtown square. Matthew gives a tour of the venue, and they discuss their operations team, marketing strategy, and plans for the future. The interview highlights the unique challenges and opportunities of running a wedding venue in a small town and the importance of community involvement and personal connections with clients. About Our Guests: Kevyn & Matthew are Fannin Co. locals who have a love for their community and the town of Leonard. They are excited to bring a new gathering place to North Texas, where people can come together to celebrate life's happy moments. Their historic building dates back to the early 1930's - Built during the Great Depression, it has played host to several mom and pop businesses throughout the decades. It has been home to a family owned and operated grocery, a barbecue dive, and rumor has it, a secret bootlegger or two. The Leonard Square has always been a laid back social hub for the small town and in the late 1980's, the lot next door became known as Cowboy Corner. The lot earned its nickname from the group of local cowboys who would park their pickups there on any given night and socialize. For the last 30 years or so, the building has been storing antiques, waiting patiently to become a bustling gathering place once again. Benediction on the Square has been carefully and intentionally remodeled; the renovations highlight its historic charm while making it the perfect space for weddings and special events. Venue Info: Address: 105 W Fannin St, Leonard, TX 75452 Tel: (903) 453-4904 Website: Www.BenedictionOnTheSquare.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/benedictionots/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/benedictionots
A 10-year-old girl from Honduras arrived at the southern border unaccompanied by adults. She told Sheena Rodriguez that she hoped to stay in America, and wanted to “color and get to know my father.” The Honduras girl is like so many other unaccompanied alien children, says Rodriguez, founder and president of Alliance for a Safe Texas.These kids arrive at the border with “pieces of paper with handwritten numbers on it," she says, "and these children are going to people that they have never even spoken to."About 85,000 migrant children have entered the U.S. and been placed with a sponsor, but the federal U.S. government now doesn't know the children's location or status. Through her work at Alliance for a Safe Texas, Rodriguez seeks to raise awareness about how the border crisis has led to the exploitation of children, and to offer solutions to lawmakers who are trying to fix policies that led to the current situation. Rodriguez's desire to find out what was really going on at the southern border began about three years ago. She says she needed to see the situation for herself, so she planned a trip. Rodriguez left her home in North Texas and arrived around midnight in Laredo, about 160 miles south of San Antonio on the Mexican border. “We encountered about 60 different men, all young men, to the one Border Patrol agent,” Rodriguez says, adding: “And he looked at me, didn't know me from anywhere, and said, ‘I need help. We're being invaded.'"At that moment, Rodriguez says she committed to doing something to address the border crisis. Since that first trip, Rodriguez says, she has taken nearly three dozen trips to the border and spoken with many illegal aliens, including unaccompanied migrant children. Rodriguez joins "The Daily Signal Podcast" to share stories of these unaccompanied children and explain what we know about how minors are arriving alone at the border. Enjoy the show! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Nosy trombonist Melissa Brown chats to fellow brass professionals about their careers, how they got there, and what music they'd happily put in the bin. In this episode trumpet player and educator Rachel Samayoa tells us about her education journey and how, out of 3 degrees, only one focussed on the trumpet. We also hear about her experience of hosting IWBC at the University of North Texas in 2022, and we hear a great story about her experience of a brass band contest in the UK. Facebook: Bold as Brass Podcast Instagram: @boldasbrasspodcast Website: boldasbrasspodcast.com Show artwork: Stuart Crane Music credit: Upbeat Forever by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/5011-upbeat-forever License: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/
The Official Mean Green Podcast
On this episode of #GMGCast, Zac Babb and Hank Dickenson sit down with Michael Akers, the head coach of the women's golf team at North Texas. They discuss his team's dominant run in Conference USA over the last few years, what it takes to build a successful team culture, moving to The American, and his support system both in and out of his team. 0:00 - Podcast introductions 1:33 - Coach Akers introductions 2:27 - Dominant run of three straight C-USA titles 4:21 - Scheduling tough opponents to get better 5:47 - Impressive rankings spots 7:05 - Journey to end up at North Texas 9:58 - Outlook moving into The American 11:22 - Individual team members 13:12 - The GOATs (Greatest of All Time) of North Texas women's golf 14:37 - Preview of the Raleigh Regional in the NCAAs 16:35 - Assistant coaches and support staff 20:19 - Family life
North Texas guard Tylor Perry chose Jerome Tang and the Kansas State Wildcats out of the NCAA transfer portal, can he replicate the success Markquis Nowell had last year when he helped lead this program to an Elite 8? Elsewhere in the Big 12, BYU added a pair of guards in Ques Glover and Dawson Baker, each who will figure prominently into Mark Pope's rotation next season. Can this team stay afloat in the very competitive Big 12 next year, and when can they expect to go dancing again? We close out the show discussing how the transfer portal can help mid-major programs who are willing to buy into guys who didn't meet expectations at their previous schools, like UC-Santa Barbara has done with Yohan Traore (Auburn) Zach Clemence (Kansas) and Ben Shtolzberg (Creighton). Follow & Subscribe on all Podcast platforms…
This week, Erica and Cassie sit down with AI and ChatGPT expert Elise Victor: a part-time teacher at the University of North Texas, host of an AI speaker series, and founder of TheRAM.ai, set to launch this year. Elise shares her best tips to familiarize yourself with AI and ChatGPT as well as the marketing use cases for these tools that can be an incredible addition to your content creation strategy. Here's a peek at what we cover in this episode: [00:03:40] - Elise walks us through her journey into AI and ChatGPT and explains how we'll see a transformation in the marketing industry with the introduction and development of AI tools. She also provides comfort around job security as these introductions and developments are made. [00:09:36] - Elise shares how marketers can utilize ChatGPT in their roles to write copy, help with language translation and competitive analysis among many other use cases, and addresses concerns around plagiarism when utilizing AI tools. [00:16:12] - Elise uncovers the keys to effectively utilizing ChatGPT: having clear, ultra-specific and detailed goals and knowing how to prompt the tool. [00:22:29] - Elise tells us the differences between ChatGPT and GPT4 and their data limitations. [00:26:33] - Elise shares her best tips (including safety measures) for first timers utilizing the AI tools available, and additional tools to play around with like Canva, Midjourney, Jasper, Claude, Zapier, Originality AI. Grab a drink and listen in to this week's Marketing Happy Hour conversation! ----- Other episodes you'll enjoy if you enjoyed Elise's episode: Content Creation + The Future of Digital | Ashlie Head of L'Oréal Content Marketing 101: Creating an Effective Social Media Presence | Elyse Estrella of Wine Enthusiast ____ Say hi! DM us on Instagram and share your favorite moments from this episode - we can't wait to hear from you! NEW: Download the Dream Career Game Plan! NEW: Check out our website! NEW: Join our email list! Connect with Elise: elisevictor.com Follow MHH on Social: Instagram | LinkedIn | Twitter | TikTok Subscribe to our LinkedIn newsletter, Marketing Happy Hour Weekly: https://www.linkedin.com/newsletters/marketing-happy-hour-weekly-6950530577867427840/ --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/marketinghappyhour/support
Locked on Ducks - Daily Podcast On Oregon Ducks
Oregon Football has gone through most of Spring Football without their top tight end in Terrance Ferguson (injury, not expected to be serious) and at one point they targeted North Texas transfer Var'Keyes Gumms. It's unlikely the Ducks would add him after bringing in Ole Miss TE transfer Casey Kelly, but is it completely impossible? On today's episode of Locked On Ducks, Spencer McLaughlin also dives into just how much better the linebackers can get for the Ducks in 2023 comapred to last year. The numbers give credence to what many fans have thought which is that the unit struggled overall a season ago and need to improve in several areas this year. Spencer also answers a mailbag question about a handful of positives and negatives from this past weekend's Spring Game. Also, a listener inquires about which uniforms Oregon should bring back from their storied past in that department. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKEDON15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. FanDuel Make Every Moment More. Don't miss the chance to get your No Sweat First Bet up to ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS in Bonus Bets when you go FanDuel.com/LOCKEDON. FANDUEL DISCLAIMER: 21+ in select states. First online real money wager only. Bonus issued as nonwithdrawable free bets that expires in 14 days. Restrictions apply. See terms at sportsbook.fanduel.com. Gambling Problem? Call 1-800-GAMBLER or visit FanDuel.com/RG (CO, IA, MD, MI, NJ, PA, IL, VA, WV), 1-800-NEXT-STEP or text NEXTSTEP to 53342 (AZ), 1-888-789-7777 or visit ccpg.org/chat (CT), 1-800-9-WITH-IT (IN), 1-800-522-4700 (WY, KS) or visit ksgamblinghelp.com (KS), 1-877-770-STOP (LA), 1-877-8-HOPENY or text HOPENY (467369) (NY), TN REDLINE 1-800-889-9789 (TN) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Ducks Unlimited's big event takes place in North Texas this weekend! DUX 2023 kicks off Friday and runs through Sunday at Texas Motor Speedway. The entire waterfowl community converges for 3 days celebrating this passion we all love. DU's National Director of Event Fundraising David Schessler makes his return on this installment of Campfire Conversations. [...]
BJ is a life coach, speaker, and author who helped launch one of the largest faith movements in recent history – the “116 Movement” with Grammy award winning artist Lecrae. He also worked to expand groundbreaking racial reconciliation work with school, churches, & non-profits in Memphis, TN. BJ has worked with tens of thousands of individuals and couples all over the world helping them experience personal, professional and relational growth. Currently BJ serves as the executive director for Build a Better Us. He has a bachelor's degree in sociology from the University of North Texas and a master's degree in Christian studies from Union University. He has been featured in Relevant Magazine, Propel, Christianity Today, Barna, & many other publications. He has also worked with the History Channel, ERLC, Universities & other corporations. He and his wife Vanja have been married more than 20 years and live in Atlanta with their three children.
Dallas B Tanner, CEO, Invitation Homes (NYSE:INVH) talks to KRLD's David Johnson
On today's episode, Dennis speaks with former LEO and elected Judge, Eric Starnes & SCT case law instructor, Zach Miller. Eric Starnes is a conservative Republican, former law enforcement officer, and experienced prosecutor running. He is now the elected Judge of Tarrant County Criminal Court No. 7. A lifelong Texan, Starnes earned his Masters of Public Administration from the University of North Texas and his Juris Doctorate at Texas Wesleyan University. His roots in Tarrant County run deep, having served to keep his community safe for nearly three decades within the criminal justice system—both on the street and in the courts. Spending time on both sides of law enforcement has afforded Starnes a valuable perspective on justice… one that isn't learned in law school alone. During his more than 23 years of service with the Euless Police Department, he worked his way up from a patrol officer to Lieutenant of Investigations. In that capacity he oversaw the coordination of all criminal investigations, while managing a $1.6 million budget and a staff of eighteen. While in this position he testified in criminal trials on multiple occasions—providing him an experience that a vast majority of criminal lawyers do not have. This insight has served Starnes well in both his current role as a Tarrant County Assistant Criminal District Attorney, where he has worked exclusively for the last four years within the Criminal Division on both felony and misdemeanor cases. In addition to his years in private law practice, his dedication to jurisprudence has further led to his becoming both a published writer and a professor, educating students on the laws that surround the basis of the Fourth Amendment's search and seizure clause—a subject vital to the criminal court system. Experienced, Knowledgeable, Fair-minded… Eric Starnes understands the difference between being an “active” judge and an “activist” judge. He seeks to efficiently move cases through the court system—protecting taxpayer dollars and ensuring the professional and just treatment of all who enter his courtroom. Today, Dennis, Eric and Zach discuss Eric's background and career and clarify 4th Amendment case law, specifically seeking consent to search when you have PC. More info about Eric Starnes here: https://www.ericstarnes.com/ If you like what you are hearing and want to stay in the loop with the latest in Street Cop Training, please follow our Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/StreetCopTraining Don't forget to subscribe and rate the podcast, it truly helps! Sign up for classes here: https://streetcoptraining.com/course-list/Follow our podcast here: https://streetcoptraining.com/street-cop-podcast/ or https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/street-cop-podcast/id1538474515
Inside Plano, The City Podcast
We've all seen the construction cranes on sites around Plano. For a city that's about to celebrate 150 years, we're certainly not showing any signs of slowing down. Doug McDonald, Director of Economic Development and Peter Braster, Director of Special Projects to join us for a conversation about what the City sees in the market and projects underway. They'll also answer your frequently asked questions about development. This month's story links: WHAT'S NEW: May State of the City BEHIND THE SCENES: Inside Development with Doug McDonald and Peter Braster Plano Economic Development Special Projects in Plano LIGHTNING ROUND Plano Community Profile Progress Report Development timeline Development maps Zoning and land development Recent development in Plano
Adam and Aldo discuss the latest transfer news, and the NIT celebration. A lot of talk about what we can expect and how we can enjoy this fandom
On The Pony Express - SMU Mustangs Podcast
On this edition of the On The Pony Express Podcast, Billy Embody breaks down North Texas transfer Cam Robertson committing to SMU Football, the latest SMU Football recruiting news and reacts to Rashee Rice being drafted by the Kansas City Chiefs in the 2023 NFL Draft. SUBSCRIBE to On The Pony Express YouTube by clicking HERE! Want more coverage of SMU Basketball and SMU Football, including the inside scoop on the team and recruiting? Subscribe to On The Pony Express by going here for a 7-day trial: https://www.on3.com/teams/smu-mustangs/join/ Follow our social media channels: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/on3smu/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/smuon3 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/OnThePonyExpress Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
College Hoops Today with Jon Rothstein
Texas Tech head coach Grant McCasland makes his debut on the College Hoops Today Podcast. What went into the decision to take over the job at Texas Tech? His thoughts on the transfer portal and how that will impact the roster heading into his first season as the head coach. How did he balance coming off winning the NIT to move on from his tenure at North Texas. When did he officially know he was leaving for Texas Tech?
Adam and Aldo discuss the green and white game and the future of North Texas football
Mamas Know Best, We Got Something to Say!
Anita Kharbanda is an Indian-American engineer by trade, and a storyteller by heart. She lives in North Texas with her loving husband and two sons. An avid lifelong reader of all kinds of fiction, she revels in seeing her children do the same. The healing power of letters filled with family history inspired Anita to start writing. She now writes the kinds of stories she's devoured through the years, with one difference. She promised herself she'd write stories about the characters she dreamed of seeing in books growing up, and lift the voices of those who go unheard. Yali Books published her debut YA novel, Lioness of Punjab on September 17, 2022. The story is told from the perspective of Mai Bhago, the first female, Sikh warrior. In this episode we discuss: The inspiration behind her young adult novel, Lioness of Punjab. Some of the takeaways a young adult reader will gain from reading her novel. Her tips & strategies for people that want to write a book. The importance of finding opportunities, in our day, to have quality time with ourselves and our family. Why it is necessary to understand where we come from and for representation, to feel seen and heard, in books, movies, etc. The significance and impact of reading to our children. The lessons and values she hopes her children will gain from her work. Connect with Anita on Instagram and Twitter. Connect with me: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/the.motherhood.village1/ YouTube: The Motherhood Village - YouTube LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/nicolegcumberbatch/ Website: https://www.themotherhoodvillage.com/ Loved this episode? Leave a review and rating here: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-motherhood-village-podcast/id1487274178
Tests and the Rest: College Admissions Industry Podcast
AC/DC famously established that it's a long way to the top if you want to rock and roll, but even they probably had no idea how true that could be even when applying to music schools and programs. Amy and Mike invited educational consultant Christine Gangelhoff to clarify admissions considerations for musicians. What are five things you will learn in this episode? What are some important things to keep in mind when researching music programs? What are some important factors for determining school or program fit? How is the application process different for students majoring in music? How can you evaluate the selectivity of a given music program? What kind of prospects do music majors have? MEET OUR GUEST Christine Gangelhoff, DMA grew up in a large family on a small farm in rural Minnesota. As a first-generation college student with a passion for music, she forged her own path, finding innovative ways to fund her education and establish a successful career in the field of her dreams. She earned four degrees from colleges with renowned music programs – including Yale University, University of North Texas, and University of Minnesota – all funded through scholarships, grants, and student loans. Her career includes a diverse array of interests and achievements including work as a professor of music, performer, recording artist, arts administrator, published author and scholar, and educational and career consultant. She has a passion for helping young students to establish academic and career paths to achieve their musical goals and pursue their dreams. Find Christine at mysoundpath.com. LINKS SoundPath Consulting National Association of Schools of Music -- List of Accredited Institutions Musical America -- 2022-23 GUIDE TO MUSIC SCHOOLS Musical America -- 2023 GUIDE TO SUMMER CAMPS, INSTITUTES & PROGRAMS The National Association for Music Education The College Music Society -- resources for musicians' health RELATED EPISODES OVERLOOKED ASPECTS OF CAMPUS LIFE MATCHING TYPES OF STUDENTS TO TYPES OF SCHOOLS USING THE COMMON DATA SET ABOUT THIS PODCAST Tests and the Rest is THE college admissions industry podcast. Explore all of our episodes on the show page. ABOUT YOUR HOSTS Mike Bergin is the president of Chariot Learning and founder of TestBright. Amy Seeley is the president of Seeley Test Pros. If you're interested in working with Mike and/or Amy for test preparation, training, or consulting, feel free to get in touch through our contact page.
Lyndsey Harper, MD is a Board Certified Ob/Gyn, Associate Professor of Ob/Gyn for Texas A&M COM, a Fellow of The American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, and a Fellow of the International Society for the Study of Women's Sexual Health. Dr. Harper is the founder and CEO of Rosy, an award-winning women's health technology company that connects women who have sexual health concerns with hope, community, and research-backed solutions. She has been named Forbes Top 53 Women Disrupting Healthcare, People Newspapers' 20 Under 40, a Top Innovator in North Texas for 2020 and a DBJ Top Woman in Tech.
Steve Van Amburgh, CEO of Dallas-based KDC Real Estate Development & Investments, joins David Johnson on today's CEO Spotlight.
CoServ first got its start in the 1930s, bringing electricity to barns and farmhouses throughout much of our service area. And, while North Texas has developed considerably over the past 85 years, we've never forgotten our roots. CoServ is a fixture at North Texas livestock shows, not only forming relationships with FFA students but supporting them by bidding on their animals. Over the course of the year, CoServ sponsors four separate events, including Denton County, Cooke County, and Collin County. Additionally, CoServ Gas supports the Wylie livestock show.So, to spotlight the co-op's tremendous work with the Future Farmers of America program, I decided to head out to the Denton County Jr. Livestock Show and Sale and learn all that I could.
The Gentle Art of Crushing It!
Dawn Keller - Building Relationships in Passive Investing Leads to 600 doors and $40MM AUM Dawn is a multifamily investor and owner of Divine Equity LLC dba Crown Capital Multifamily. Dawn is a General Partner and Limited Partner in almost 600 units throughout the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex. In her 22-year career in sales and project management, Dawn Keller has extensive experience in negotiation with multi-billion dollar companies, along with expertise in underwriting. Dawn graduated magna cum laude from the University of North Texas, and has been part of the Brad Sumrok Group since 2019 and the Millionaire Multifamily Mastermind since 2021. Dawn's passion is helping others invest in real estate, so they can grow their wealth and create a more meaningful, fulfilling life. CONNECT WITH OUR GUEST: Gmail: email@example.com LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/dawn-keller-60425322b/ Website: https://crownmultifamily.com/ CONNECT WITH OUR HOST: Connect with our host, Randy Smith, for more educational content or to discuss investment opportunities in the real estate syndication space at www.impactequity.net, https://www.linkedin.com/in/randallsmith or on Instagram at @randysmithinvestor HIGHLIGHTS IN THIS EPISODE 00:00 - Intro 01:11 - Dawn's Background 07:49 - Finding Balance 09:58 - Helping Others 12:49 - Meet Ups 14:59 - Why Multifamily 16:45 - Tax Benefits 19:50 - Crown Capital Multifamily 20:30 - First Deal, 10 million dollar building 21:20 - Mentorship Program 30:20 - Dawn Recommends 33:54 - Bucket List 35:50 - Connect with Dawn 36:01 - FREE GIFT available at https://crownmultifamily.com/ --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Follow us on social media @the.gentle.art.of.crushing.it Listen, like, subscribe, comment: http://thegentleartofcrushingit.com/
This week, Erica's chatting with Amy Gaston: a dynamic, vision-driven leader passionate about creating best-in-class brand experiences, previously Director of Experiential Marketing at Magnolia in Waco, TX. In this episode, you'll walk away with Amy's top tips for planning excellent experiential events for brands of any size and her lessons learned in thoughtful leadership throughout her career. Here's a peek at what we cover in this episode: [00:02:50] - Amy walks us through her early career experience as a teacher and coach, going to graduate school for sports management, working in the athletic marketing department at University of North Texas on game day promotion and tailgating experience, then shifting to Magnolia - first as an executive assistant to Joanna Gaines and then moving into the role of Director of Experiential Marketing. [00:08:16] - How the team at Magnolia makes every single encounter matter to their guests by paying attention to every detail and truly valuing the investment that customers are making in supporting the brand. [00:12:10] - Amy shares some of her favorite projects from her time at Magnolia, like their annual Spring at the Silos and Silobration events. She chats through the logistics that go into each event and the team that makes them possible, and explains why events can be so important for your brand. [00:20:30] - Amy uncovers her top 3 tips for experiential marketers: understanding who your audience is/what they are coming to your brand to solve, identifying what your brand's goals are for the specific event or experience (brand affinity vs revenue generating), and experiencing a variety of industry events to make note of the mindful elements that made them special and evaluate whether your brand can replicate a similar experience. [00:23:50] - Erica and Amy discuss what makes a thoughtful leader and why Amy says "winning" is ultimately about caring for people. Grab a drink and listen in to this week's Marketing Happy Hour conversation! ----- Other episodes you'll enjoy if you enjoyed Amy's episode: Empathy in the Workplace + Humanizing Your Brand | Ally Golden of Upwork How to Build Brand Loyalty | Kara Salazar of Southwest Airlines Telling a Cohesive Brand Story | Melissa Santell of FoodxFeels ____ Say hi! DM us on Instagram and share your favorite moments from this episode - we can't wait to hear from you! NEW: Download the Dream Career Game Plan! NEW: Check out our website! NEW: Join our email list! Connect with Amy: Instagram | Twitter | LinkedIn Follow MHH on Social: Instagram | LinkedIn | Twitter | TikTok Subscribe to our LinkedIn newsletter, Marketing Happy Hour Weekly: https://www.linkedin.com/newsletters/marketing-happy-hour-weekly-6950530577867427840/ --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/marketinghappyhour/support
Meet Lauren Jackson, the savvy and strong owner/operator of a North Texas hair salon during this episode of What's Your Shine? The Happy Podcast. You'll hear how more than a decade into owning her salon, she was diagnosed with auto immune disorders - among them was Alopecia Areata where the immune system attacks the hair follicles causing extreme hair loss and bald patches all over the scalp. Her devastation became her life's work as she now creates hair pieces for people of all ages. Listen as she realizes that hair loss is tied emotionally to age, beauty, and self confidence and how her own hair loss journey has been a blessing for others. This workaholic who supports people and builds community is an example of living a life that Shines.
The Republic of Football discusses Tyree Wilson's draft stock and what they saw in the last few spring games with Baylor, North Texas, Texas State and Texas Tech.
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Jase has a frightening experience while treasure-hunting an old ghost town in North Texas. Phil is dubious about this hobby, and Jase's jokes fell flat during his latest appearance. The guys give an overview of the book of Luke and its author, which will be the subject of their new study. Plus, what does the Bible say about treasure hunting? In this Episode: Luke 1, 1-4; Acts 1, 1-2 https://40daysforlife.com — Get your free magazine, podcasts, and updates from 40 Days for Life today https://fastgrowingtrees.com/robertson — Get 15% off your order when you visit now! https://barrelbuddy.com — Try a better way to take care of your firearms with Barrel Buddy "The Blind" hits theaters this fall. Get updates, trailers, behind-the-scenes moments, and special opportunities here: https://theblindmovie.com — Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this bonus episode, Cheri Garcia talks about how she prefers to roll -- often with the punches or on her skates! She shares about one of the most miraculous ways that God worked in her life and business in the midst of the COVID crisis and more about her sobriety journey. Through her resiliency and desire to help others, she has learned to give herself enough grace to even find joy again! Cheri Garcia is a nationally-recognized recovery advocate and expert in second-chance hiring. She consults with companies ranging from small businesses to Fortune 500 corporations on second-chance hiring and Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DE&I) initiatives.For more than a decade, Cheri has worked to help formerly incarcerated people and those in recovery find meaningful full-time jobs. In 2016, she launched Cornbread Hustle, Inc., the first staffing agency focused on second-chance job opportunities. Cornbread Hustle has placed more than 2,500 eager workers in jobs around North Texas and the U.S.In 2022, Cheri created the 12-Week Starting Over Program, an interactive video series available to inmates in prisons nationwide.Cheri has vast experience as an inventor, entrepreneur, and public relations specialist. Cheri unashamedly shares her struggles with addiction to methamphetamine and alcohol, and how she overcame these challenges to serve and inspire others.Support the showTransforming the workplace one Bible study at a time - DONATE today!CONNECT WITH US:B-B-T.org | News | LinkedIn | InstagramBiblical Business Training (“BBT”) equips busy, working people to grow in the grace and knowledge of Jesus Christ and empowers them in small-group Bible study settings to apply Biblical principles to their every day lives - especially in the workplace. BBT is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization which exists to help people develop their Christian “Faith for Work – Leadership for Life!”Support the showTransforming the workplace one Bible study at a time - DONATE today! CONNECT WITH US:B-B-T.org | News | LinkedIn | Instagram Biblical Business Training (“BBT”) equips busy, working people to grow in the grace and knowledge of Jesus Christ and empowers them in small-group Bible study settings to apply Biblical principles to their every day lives - especially in the workplace. BBT is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization which exists to help people develop their Christian “Faith for Work – Leadership for Life!”
Sponsor: Click here to learn more about Medi-Share, the most trusted name in health care sharing.Top headlines for Saturday, April 22, 2023Boxing legend George Foreman shares his faith in new film, Michael Todd's Transformation Church's edgy play that led to hundreds reportedly accepting Christianity, and House Republicans passing a bill banning trans-identified athletes from women's sports. Lastly, we discuss the upcoming Broadway-style tabernacle in North Texas that will showcase the greatest story ever told.Subscribe to this Podcast Apple Podcasts Spotify Google Podcasts Overcast Follow Us on Social Media @ChristianPost on Twitter Christian Post on Facebook @ChristianPostIntl on Instagram Subscribe on YouTube Get the Edifi App Download for iPhone Download for Android Subscribe to Our Newsletter Subscribe to the Freedom Post, delivered every Monday and Thursday Click here to get the top headlines delivered to your inbox every morning! Links to the News George Foreman says knowing Jesus is more important than fame | Entertainment News House Democrats vote against bill to protect women's sports | Politics News Pastor taught teen, family member to use sex toys to cope | U.S. News Pastor, wife allegedly gave underage victim sex toy | U.S. News 2 UMC pastors may be defrocked for officiating same-sex wedding | Church & Ministries News Transformation Church claims 500 people turned to Jesus | Church & Ministries News Pope gives King Charles fragments from Jesus' crucifixion cross | World News Ron Hamilton, musician known for ‘Patch the Pirate,' dies at 72 | Entertainment News Budweiser releases new ad following backlash over Dylan Mulvaney | U.S. News Musical retelling of the life of Jesus coming to North Texas | Entertainment News Granger Smith leaving music industry to pursue higher calling | Entertainment News
Living The Next Chapter: Authors Share Their Journey
EPISODE 171 - Dr. Davis McAlister - From Serving in the US Army to A DoctorateAll About Dr. McAlister Dr. McAlister coaches powerlifting at both the high school and national level and is active in his local community by volunteering and supporting high schools in North Texas. He is also the Sports Chiropractor and Certified Strength and Conditioning Coach for a Sports & Performance clinic in Frisco, TX. He served in the US Army for 8 years prior to earning a Bachelor of Science degree from Mississippi State University. He was awarded a Master of Educational Leadership from Sul Ross State University, and a Bachelor of Anatomy, Doctor of Chiropractic, and Master of Strength & Performance from Parker University. Dr. Davis McAlister has 15 years combined teaching and coaching experience at high schools in the State of Texas and holds a Principal Administration Certification.His Expertise Dr. Davis McAlister has traveled the journey from a troubled teen and a period of homelessness to a military career, college education, and business owner. He is ready to share his lessons on his failures and successes along that journey so that others may benefit and grow! He brings a wealth of knowledge and experience as a parent, coach, teacher, author and clinician to help you through the most trying times of your life or to simply get ahead in the areas of personal growth, success principles, family, sports, or active lifestyle!https://drdavismcalister.com/___https://livingthenextchapter.com/podcast produced by: https://truemediasolutions.ca/A podcast is an excellent business card for your book, coaching program or business! Build a community away from the rented land of social media - speak directly to your community and position yourself as the expert that you truly are!Take your passion to the next level - let us help you start and grow your podcast! Podcasts work. Visit https://truemediasolutions.ca/Dave's Audio Book Recommendation for Spring 2023Storyworthy: Engage, Teach, Persuade, and Change Your Life Through the Power of Storytelling A five-time Moth Grand SLAM winner and bestselling novelist shows how to tell a great story - and why doing so matters. Whether we realize it or not, we are always telling stories. On a first date or job interview, at a sales presentation or therapy appointment, with family or friends, we are constantly narrating events and interpreting emotions and actions. In this compelling book, storyteller extraordinaire Matthew Dicks presents wonderfully straightforward and engaging tips and techniques for constructing, telling, and polishing stories that will hold the attention of your audience (no matter how big or small). He shows that anyone can learn to be an appealing storyteller, that everyone has something “storyworthy” to express, and, perhaps most important, that the act of creating and telling a tale is a powerful way of understanding and enhancing your own life.Dave's Affiliate Link - Support our show by clicking the link belowUS Audible LinkCanadian Audible LinkUK Audible LinkSupport the show!...
The Exhibit, on MTV and the Smithsonian Channel, introduced America to the wonderful, brilliant Baseera Khan, and she joins Studio Noize to talk all about it. Baseera has been making her performances, sculptures, and installations for years, and her work explores materials and their intersections with identity. She talks about being on the show, her approach to exploring materials, and her life's many facets. We discuss her solo exhibition, I Am an Archive, at the Brooklyn Museum and the ways that experience changed her view of her work and herself. We learn more about her psychedelic prayer rugs, her upcoming project for Highline Park in New York, and some of the work from The Exhibit. Listen, subscribe, and share!Episode 167 topics include:making art on The Exhibitmeeting all the artistsusing identity in artpsychedelic prayer rugsI Am an Archive exhibition at the Brooklyn Museumbeing an artist during the pandemicdealing with rejection as an artistthe excitement of exploring materials how your practice can change after a big projectBaseera Khan is a New York-based performance, sculpture, and installation artist who makes work to discuss materials and their economies, the effects of this relationship to labor, family structures, religion, and spiritual well being. Khan is currently working on a public art commission on The High Line for fall 2023. Khan mounted their first museum solo exhibition at the Brooklyn Museum of Art, New York (2021-22), and opened their first solo touring exhibition in Houston, Texas at Moody Arts Center for the Arts, Rice University (2022-2023). Khan has representation at Simone Subal Gallery, New York where they mounted their first solo exhibition called Snake Skin (2019). They have exhibited in numerous locations such as Wexner Center for the Arts (2021), New Orleans Museum of Art (2020), Munich Documentation Centre for the History of National Socialism, Munich, Germany, Jenkins Johnson Projects, Brooklyn, NY (2019), Sculpture Center, NY (2018), , Aspen Museum (2017), Participant Inc. (2017). Khan's performance work has premiered at several locations including Brooklyn Museum of Art, Whitney Museum of American Art, and Art POP Montreal International Music Festival. Khan completed a 6 week performance residency at The Kitchen NYC (2020) and was an artist in residence at Pioneer Works (2018-19), Abrons Art Center (2016-17), was an International Travel Fellow to Jerusalem/Ramallah through Apexart (2015), and attended the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture (2014). Khan is a recipient of the UOZO Art Prize (2020), BRIC Colene Brown Art Prize and the Joan Mitchell Painters and Sculptors Grant (2019), was granted by both NYSCA/NYFA and Art Matters (2018). Their works are part of several public permanent collections including the Solomon R. Guggenheim, Whitney Museum of American Art, Brooklyn Museum of Art, the Walker Art Center, MN, and the New Orleans Museum of Art, LA. Khan's work is published in 4Columns, The New York Times, The New Yorker, Artforum, Art in America, BOMB, Brooklyn Rail, and TDR Drama Review. Khan is an adjunct professor of sculpture, performance, and critical theory, and received an M.F.A. from Cornell University (2012) and a B.F.A. from the University of North Texas (2005)See more: www.baseerakhan.com + Baseera Khan IG @baseerakhanPresented by: Black Art In AmericaFollow us:StudioNoizePodcast.comIG: @studionoizepodcastJamaal Barber: @JBarberStudioSupport the podcast www.patreon.com/studionoizepodcast
Welcome to Episode #384 of the 303 Endurance Podcast. We're your hosts Coach Rich Soares and 303 Chief Editor, Bill Plock. Thanks for joining us for another week of endurance interviews and discussion. It's day 2 of the USAT Multisport Festival here at the Levi Event Center in Dallas (Irving), Texas. 3000 athletes are here for 5 days of multisport racing of a variety of formats. We are going to talk about who's here, what those race formats are, and what to expect tactics for each and how to prepare for the 2024 edition. Show Sponsor: UCAN Generation UCAN has a full line of nutrition products powered by LIVESTEADY to fuel your sport. LIVSTEADY was purposefully designed to work with your body, delivering long-lasting energy you can feel. LIVSTEADY's unique time-release profile allows your body to access energy consistently throughout the day, unlocking your natural ability to stay focused and calm while providing the fuel you need to meet your daily challenges. Use UCAN in your training and racing to fuel the healthy way, finish stronger and recover more quickly! Use the code 303UCAN for 20% off at ucan.co/discount/303UCAN/ or ucan.co In Today's Show Endurance News - USAT Multisport Festival What's new in the 303 - The Eight Passes in One Purchase Video of the Week - TriDot Pool School Endurance News: Dave McGillivray Completes 51st Consecutive Boston Marathon April 19, 2023 Boston running legend celebrates 36 years of running at night post-race with more than a dozen running buddies in tow BOSTON /ENDURANCE SPORTSWIRE/ – After all other participants had long finished their Boston Marathon journeys, Dave McGillivray crossed the finish line at 7:28 p.m. monday evening. McGillivray oversaw the course throughout the race earlier in the day, taking runners across the starting line and helping to ensure their safe arrival on Boylston Street. This is McGillivray's 51st consecutive completion of the Boston Marathon and the 36th of which he has completed at night after seeing to his race day duties. “It doesn't feel so long ago that I was 18 years old, sitting on the curb at mile 21, wondering if I would ever get a chance to finish the Boston Marathon. If I could go back and tell my younger self that he goes on to finish that day and 50 more editions, I can't imagine his reaction,” said McGillivray. “I'm grateful for the more than a dozen friends and colleagues who joined me on the journey to the finish line today. I had to dream big to get to this moment, and I couldn't do it without my community and my family that support me every step of the way.” The weekend featured two other special moments for McGillivray. On Saturday, Team With A Vision inducted McGillivray into their hall of fame during a dinner at the Westin Copley Place. Team With A Vision pairs blind and sighted runners together to complete endurance races across the country. Their efforts support the Massachusetts Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired, which delivers professional, peer, and volunteer support to over 1,200 individuals each year, giving them the support they need to live with dignity and independence. All funds raised support MABVI's statewide vision rehabilitation services, including 34 low-vision support groups, Assistive Technology and Training Centers, and 400 volunteers matched 1:1 with blind individuals. In addition, McGillivray was a featured speaker during the Boston Marathon Expo, where World Marathon Challenge champion Becca Pizzi interviewed him about his long history with the race. He shared photos, videos and stories with the crowd, and signed copies of his books for attendees at the Dave McGillivray Finish Strong Foundation booth following the presentation. McGillivray is one of just a handful of runners who have marked half a century or more of completing the world's most famous marathon. Alongside his rich connection to this race, his running resume includes completing the World Marathon Challenge (seven marathons in seven days on seven continents,) nine Ironman Triathlon World Championships, a 1,250-mile run along the U.S. East Coast in 1980 to again benefit the Jimmy Fund, a 24-hour run (120 miles,) a 24-hour bike (385 miles,) and a 24-hour swim (27 miles.) He triathloned around the six New England states by swimming one mile, biking 80 miles and running 20 miles every day for 32 consecutive days. Over the span of his life, he estimates he's run more than 150,000 miles. For more information on Dave McGillivray, visit www.davemcgillivray.com and follow him on Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn and Twitter. ABOUT DAVE MCGILLIVRAY Running legend Dave McGillivray has increased the self-esteem of millions of people through his work as an entrepreneur, philanthropist, motivational speaker, author, and athlete. Dave is best known for his athletic feats including his 80-day trek across the United States, running the 3,452 miles from Medford, Ore., to Medford, Mass. in the summer of 1978 to benefit the Jimmy Fund. In addition, he's received great acclaim for directing or consulting on more than 1,400 events throughout the world including the Boston Marathon, the Olympic Marathon trials, and the Olympic Games. For more information on Dave McGillivray, visit www.davemcgillivray.com and follow him on Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn and Twitter. Multisport Athletes to Compete at 2023 USA Triathlon Multisport National Championships Festival in Irving, Texas, This Weekend April 18, 2023 3,000 registrants to race five-day event featuring triathlon, duathlon (run-bike-run), aquathlon (swim-run), aquabike (swim-bike), relay and youth races. COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. /ENDURANCE SPORTSWIRE/ – More than 3,000 registrants will compete in swim-bike-run, run-bike-run, run-swim-run and swim-bike multisport races this Wednesday through Sunday in Irving, Texas, at the 2023 USA Triathlon Multisport National Championships Festival. The Multisport National Championships Festival returns for the second consecutive year to Irving, Texas, bringing to Irving the nation's best multisport athletes who will compete for age group national titles in the following National Championships: • Draft-legal Triathlon National Championships • Duathlon (run-bike-run) National Championships (standard and draft-legal sprint distances) • Aquathlon (run-swim-run) National Championships • Aquabike (swim-bike) National Championships (standard distance) • Super Sprint Triathlon Time Trial National Championships • Super Sprint Duathlon Time Trial National Championships • Mixed Relay National Championships Athletes will compete in Irving at Levy Event Plaza, which opened in 2020 along Lake Carolyn as a dedicated outdoor hub for Irving community events. Athletes will swim in Lake Carolyn and the bike and run courses will take athletes on rolling hills through the main thoroughfares of Irving, including Las Colinas Boulevard, Lake Carolyn Parkway and Royal Lane. In addition to racing for age group national championships, athletes will also have the opportunity to qualify to represent age group Team USA at 2024 World Triathlon Age Group World Championships. For more information about Team USA, comprised of the nation's top amateur multisport athletes who represent the U.S. at World Triathlon Age Group World Championship events, visit usatriathlon.org/teamusa. With the opportunity to race multiple events over the four-day span, more than 50 athletes will attempt to race five or more events for the chance to earn the title of “Multisport Master.” Athletes crowned as Multisport Master will receive a special belt buckle and be honored at the final Awards Ceremony on Sunday evening. The event will also feature a youth triathlon race on Sunday morning, kicking off USA Triathlon's USA Kids Tri Dallas program, which includes a series of six youth races across the North Texas region. EVENT PROGRAM & WEBSITE Complete event information for the 2023 USA Triathlon Multisport National Championships Festival, including a detailed schedule and course maps for all races, is available in the official Multisport National Championships Festival event program and website, multisportfestival.com. MEDIA & COVERAGE To request a media credential for onsite coverage, please fill out the USA Triathlon National Events Media Credential Request Form or contact Stephen Meyers, USA Triathlon Communications and Content Senior Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Photos will be available for each day's events, beginning Thursday via this folder. EVENT SCHEDULE (All times Central) Wednesday, April 19 3 p.m. Open Water Swim Competition: 750m Thursday, April 20 7:30 a.m. Super Sprint Triathlon Time Trial: 250m swim, 5k bike, 1.2k run 10:30 a.m. Super Sprint Duathlon Time Trial: 1.2k run, 5k bike, 1.2k run 2:15 p.m. Aquathlon: 2.5k run, 1000m swim, 2.5k run (or 1000m, 5k run) Friday, April 21 7:15 a.m. Draft-Legal Sprint Duathlon: 5k run, 20k bike, 3.3k run 12:50 p.m. Draft-Legal Sprint Triathlon: 750m swim, 20k bike, 5k run Saturday, April 22 7 a.m. Standard Duathlon: 10k run, 40k bike, 5k run 2:05 p.m. Standard Aquabike: 1500m swim, 40k bike Sunday, April 23 7 a.m. Youth Triathlon: 100m swim, 5k bike, 1.2k run 8:30 a.m. Triathlon Mixed Relay: 250m swim, 5k bike, 1.2k run 8:32 a.m. Super Sprint Individual Medley Triathlon: 250m swim, 5k bike, 1.2k run four times each 12:30 p.m. Age Group Duathlon Mixed Relay: 1.2k run 1, 5k bike, 1.2k run Other Notes: Kimee Armour from the Sister Madonna crew in Longmont Michele Jones raced Eric Kenney raced What's New in the 303: The Eight Passes in One Purchase Denver, April 5, 2023—-Fremont, Tennessee, Vail, Palo Flechado, Bobcat, Coal Bank, Molas, and Wolf Creek passes are waiting for you to conquer on your bike this summer on three different bike tours. For a limited time, you can purchase The Eight Passes showcasing three distinct regions of the Rocky Mountains and tackling loads of elevation on well-supported routes. The Ride Collective and Colorado's Ride have teamed up to offer you seven days on your bike riding 468 miles and climbing over 36,000 feet for a combined price of $760 (plus tax and fees), a savings of $150 if you signed up for these rides individually. With The Eight Passes, you will ride the Copper Triangle and Enchanted Circle one-day epic cycling tours while gearing up for a five-day adventure in the San Juan Mountains on Colorado's Ride that includes a ride on the historic Silverton/Durango railroad. These rides are filling up and this is a limited-time offer expiring June 1st or until the rides reach capacity, whichever comes first. The Copper Triangle is a stalwart bike tour in the heart of the Colorado Rockies climbing Fremont, Tennessee and Vail passes. This ride is 79 miles and climbs 6,500 feet. You will travel through historic areas like the training grounds for the 10th Mountain Division, the Climax Mine, and the historic Battle Mountain Bridge. Riding through the Mosquito and Gore mountain ranges offers incredible high alpine beauty. The ride is on August 5th. On August 12th you travel to Northern New Mexico and take on The Enchanted Circle Bicycle Tour and some of the most scenic areas in the southwest. Bounded by some of the most spectacular peaks in New Mexico, the Enchanted Circle Scenic Byway features the iconic mountain town of Red River, the Village of Questa, the soul of the Southwest in Taos, the four-season resort of Angel Fire, the summer-home community of Eagle Nest, a rewarding climb over Palo Flechado Pass, and a trek along the state's highest mountain road in Bobcat Pass. There is an 85 and 100-mile option for this ride climbing either 6,000 or 6,900 feet. With two stellar rides getting you stronger, you will be well prepared to take on Colorado's Ride from August 28 through September 1. This five-day adventure in the San Juan Mountains is limited to 500 riders. You will spend three nights in Durango and two in Pagosa Springs. On day one you will ride some of the most remote and rugged parts of Colorado and arrive in Silverton. From there you will take the narrow gauge train back to Silverton. On day two the ride takes you on a “locals favorite” loop of 67 miles show casing some of the best roads around Durango. On day three you will ride to Pagosa Springs via Navajo Reservoir and Chimney Rock. Day four is on out and back on the very scenic Wolf Creek Pass with plenty of time to enjoy the Pagosa Hot Springs. Day five takes you back to Durango via Bayfield on some local legend back roads. All tours include full route support, stocked aid stations, music and food. The eight passes and their elevation: Fremont – 11,318′ Tennessee – 10,424′ Vail – 10,666′ Palo Flechado – 9,117′ Bobcat – 9,820′ Molas – 10,917′ Coal Bank – 10,640′ Wolf Creek – 10,857′ Video of the Week: What Is TriDot Pool School? Closing: Thanks again for listening in this week. Please be sure to follow us @303endurance and of course go to iTunes and give us a rating and a comment. We'd really appreciate it! Stay tuned, train informed, and enjoy the endurance journey!
Old Capital Real Estate Investing Podcast with Michael Becker & Paul Peebles
In the Dallas/ Fort Worth market, Apartment sales volume is down 75-80% from just 12 months ago. In smaller markets, volume is probably down 80%+. Yes…interest rates are up, but if you are going to buy commercial real estate, most investors prefer multifamily. Why? 1) Fannie and Freddie are your backstop with financing and can offer longer fixed rate terms 2) rents can reset to the market every 12 months 3) you can change market value by increasing your NOI 4) personal tax advantages. If you are new to multifamily, this could be the time to put together your team (equity, debt, listing brokers, real estate attorney, etc.) for the NEXT cycle. To contact Jakob Andersen - email@example.com To contact Bart Wickard – firstname.lastname@example.org To contact Matt Wideman – email@example.com To RSVP to the Old Capital Speakers Series: OldCapitalPodcast.com Hear From Top Property and Asset Management Companies- Wednesday April 26th. Are you interested in learning more about how Multifamily Syndications work? Please visit www.spiadvisory.com to learn more about Michael Becker's Real Estate Syndication business with SPI Advisory. If you enjoyed this discussion…. Please leave us a 5-STAR RATING on iTunes.
Florida Gators Basketball Hour
Eric Fawcett (Gator Country) and Neil W. Blackmon (Saturday Down South) talk Florida Gators basketball. On this episode, Jacob Rudner (Swamp 247) joins the show to give insider information on the Samuel commitment and discuss Florida's roster for the 2023-24 season, which is taking shape and seems poised for a NCAA Tournament run. Jacob Rudner also discusses why he's high on the Florida frontcourt, Florida's recruiting targets, the pursuit of Tylor Perry of North Texas and much more in a jam packed episode.
In this episode, Wes and Todd sit down with Oil Painter & Muralist, Kathryn Petroff. Kathryn discusses her original art path, photography & the darkroom, how photography has informed her painting, living in Bailey Colorado, growing up in an artistic family in Dallas, drawing with her Dad, her transition from photography to painting, getting her BFA at the University of North Texas, finding her voice, how her paintings relate to her life, murals, commissions, sculpted oil painting, having a supportive family, balancing her family life with her art life, homeschooling, routine, painting in her car, figurative work, awards, covid, teaching art, limited edition prints, social media, collectors, staying true to your voice, pricing, favorite Artists, goal setting & going with the flow, and her definition of success.Join us for a wonderful conversation with Kathryn Petroff. Check out Kathryn's magnificent work at her website – www.kathrynpetroff.com Follow Kathryn Petroff on social media:Instagram - www.instagram.com/artist_kathryn_petroff/Facebook - www.facebook.com/klpfineart
On today's episode, Dr. Jaime interviews the incredibly accomplished Dr. Lyndsey Harper!Dr. Lyndsey Harper is an Associate Professor (Affiliated) of Ob/Gyn for Texas A&M College of Medicine, a Fellow of The American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, and a Fellow of the International Society for the Study of Women's Sexual Health. She currently practices as an ob/gyn hospitalist at Baylor Scott and White in Dallas and as a sexual medicine specialist at Rosy Telehealth. Additionally, Dr. Harper is the Founder and CEO of Rosy, a women's health technology company that connects women who have sexual health concerns with hope, community, and research-backed solutions. She has been named Forbes Top 53 Women Disrupting Healthcare, People Newspapers' 20 Under 40, a Top Innovator in North Texas for 2020 and a DBJ Top Women in Technology honoree.
DANCE BEHIND THE SCREEN; process, production, social media
Nicolina Lawson joins Martheya to talk about founding Ballet North Texas and Ballet North Texas Conservatory. They discuss women in ballet, securing a studio space, and what it's like to create your own dance company and studio. (25:57) Episode Show kNOwtes | Podcast Home