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The Life Shift - Conversations about Life-Changing Moments
The Life Shift Podcast is ONE YEAR old as of March 22, 2023! This journey has been unexpected and incredible. I wanted to commemorate this moment, discuss the journey, plans, and share the brand new UPDATED trailer for Year (Season) 2 of the podcast.In this episode, I reflect on the following:How The Life Shift Podcast beganThe journey over the last year What I have learnedMy amazing guestsPodcast milestonesMy Patreon membershipsGuest spots on other shows Future Plans for The Life ShiftAnd at the end, I share the BRAND NEW Trailer for Year (Season) 2 of The Life Shift Podcast.Music for Trailer: Spark of Inspiration by Shane Ivers - https://www.silvermansound.comAd-free episodes released two days early, and bonus episodes with past guests are available through Patreon. https://patreon.com/thelifeshiftpodcast Connect with me:Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/thelifeshiftpodcastYouTube: https://bit.ly/thelifeshift_youtubeTwitter: http://www.twitter.com/thelifeshiftpodWebsite: http://www.thelifeshiftpodcast.com Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
When you reach an important milestone, it's natural to take a moment to reflect on what came before. It's an opportunity to take stock of what you've experienced, how you've changed, and what lessons you have come away with after everything you've been through. Today's episode is one such milestone, and marks the one-year anniversary of the No Straight Path podcast! It has been a year of wonderful interviews with truly incredible human beings, and I couldn't be more grateful to everyone who's been on this journey with me. Since starting this podcast I have discovered a lot about myself, and in this episode, I take a step back and share the most important lessons I've learned over this past year. From realizing that even doing work you love will sometimes feel like work, to uncovering how monetizing your passions can come at a steep cost (and what it takes to find balance) it has undoubtedly been an enlightening journey. Doing this podcast has taught me a lot about my relationship with work, and the ways that societal pressures will always exist, no matter what industry you find yourself in. But I've also learned that I can be certain I'm on the right path when I am living in alignment with my values. I'm so grateful to be on this journey, doing work that I love. Thank you for tuning in and for being a part of it! No Straight Path's One-Year Anniversary We are celebrating one year of meaningful content, connection, and storytelling. If the No Straight Path Podcast has added value to your life, please consider contributing to the Kickstarter here. Links Mentioned in Today's Episode: No Straight Path Podcast: Success Is Not a Destination with Michelle Odemwingie Part 1 No Straight Path Podcast: Success Is Not a Destination with Michelle Odemwingie Part 2 No Straight Path Podcast: The Pivot with Ashley Menzies Babatunde (Part 1) No Straight Path Podcast: The Pivot with Ashley Menzies Babatunde (Part 2) No Straight Path Podcast: You Can't Lie to Yourself with Spencer Paysinger Part I No Straight Path Podcast: You Can't Lie to Yourself with Spencer Paysinger Part 2 No Straight Path Podcast: Redefining Success with Ashley Menzies Babatunde Ashley Menzies Babatunde Ashley Menzies Babatunde on Instagram Hubspot Podcast Network Rate & Review: If you enjoy listening to No Straight Path, please make sure you write a review and rate the show. It helps other listeners find the podcast. You can rate and review the show here. Thank you!
Real Estate Investing For Cash Flow Hosted by Kevin Bupp.
Today's Mobile Home Park Episode is from Episode #78. Recommended Resources: Accredited Investors, you're invited to Join the Cashflow Investor Club to learn how you can partner with Kevin Bupp on current and upcoming opportunities to create passive cash flow and build wealth. Join the Club! If you're a high net worth investor with capital to deploy in the next 12 months and you want to build passive income and wealth with a trusted partner, go to InvestWithKB.com for opportunities to invest in real estate projects alongside Kevin and his team. Looking for the ultimate guide to passive investing? Grab a copy of my latest book, The Cash Flow Investor at KevinBupp.com. Tap into a wealth of free information on Commercial Real Estate Investing by listening to past podcast episodes at KevinBupp.com/Podcast.
This week we're doing things a little differently, the main difference being that you won't hear me in this episode! I asked previous guests, Jack and Sonya, from Two the Horizon to send us a bit of a real-life update as they approach their one-year anniversary of being on the move. In their first year of cruising, they left California, went up to Canada and then south to Mexico on their Passport 42. In the first episode I did with Sonya and Jack you learned that they had lived aboard in the San Francisco Bay area for many years and operated their own boat detailing business. In this episode, Sonya and Jack flow freely from one topic to another as they look back at their first year of cruising. They talk about some of the surprises they found out about Mexico, and they share some good tips on boat maintenance while on the go. There's also an insightful look at social media as cruisers. Also heads up for anyone interested in electric sailboats, listen to the end to hear Sonya and Jack's update. Links mentioned in this episode ⬇️
We did it. We've made it a whole year. That's actually more than a decade of hits. The feeling is mutual- don't spill your drink. We're making resolutions and you're not gonna like 'em. Want to learn another language? Why not try Latin, you can drink while you speak it. Through the power of friendly conversation, the boys pinpoint the commonality of their high school experience: people touched themselves nearby. Provability is probable cause, and our cause is probably a tummy issue. In an unprecedented rant, Michael explains how we got here and why we shouldn't have. Mahalo, salt life, and good morrow to you."I was really uncool about this"Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/intheminivanFollow us on instagram: @intheminivanpodFollow us on twitter: @intheminivanFollow us on TikTok: @intheminivanpodcastWe're on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCTxCtwpkBssIljyG6tdJbWQGet in the Discord: https://discord.gg/YWgaD6xFN3Episode Playlist: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/0MCkGGrgLb9nDOgxc5wU45?si=cc811485720842a9THE MASTER PLAYLIST: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/2saxemA3MOXcjIWdwHGwCZ?si=ee3444c085714c46Support the show
First Responder Financial Freedom
Being a first responder implies a certain level of risk. In fact, this has been the main reason why our guest for today left his job as a police officer due to the dangers he faces almost every day. A day comes when he realizes he has to change gears for his family. This show reminds everyone that you need alternative means of income to cover your retirement and that includes both your own and your family's. In order to prepare for the future, it is always best to have a sense of financial security. Listen to today's episode as our guest and hosts tackle important issues about planning the future. We will discuss wraparound mortgages and the importance of investment knowledge. Why you have to listen to today's episode: Learn what to do if a contractor does not work for you. What is the best strategy you can follow and do? Understand the basic concept of wraparound mortgages. And; Know how to locate and manage seller financing deals. “The freedom that's involved I love that already. You know, just from having my needs met, I'd like to get my wife there too. It's it's ginormous. It really is.” - Thomas O'Brien Topic Covered: 1:32 - “I clocked in about a little over 15 years with Philly PD. The last I'd say seven as a sergeant. And I got swapped around a few different districts. And long story short, a couple of years back, I guess is probably going on about three years ago, now. We had the riots in Philly, and I got bottles of pistols on me. And I came home and I told my wife, I was like, there's gotta be, there's gotta be a better way to live than this. So that's kind of why I started looking into real estate.” What made Tom leave the police force and how he became a real estate investor 14:32 - “I would suggest that people are doing virtually. there are things that you can do to somewhat protect yourself, right? Go to the state Contractor's License Board. See if there are any types of complaints against them. Use Yelp to see if they're bonded. Ask for a current project they're on a walk, ask if you can go talk to the current homeowner there's a bunch of stuff you can do.” Here are some techniques Tyler shares on how to deal with contractors who don't work out. 16:01 - “Depending on the terms that you get from the seller, it could be attractive to turn around and sell the property on a wrap. Means that you're wrapping there, the existing terms that you're getting at a higher interest rate for a greater purchase price.” Here is an explanation of what a wraparound mortgage is, how it works, and what benefits it could offer. 31:57 - “If you commit to it for like three months and see how it goes. So I started with one VA, and then I was doing the lead management. And then after about two months, it already got overwhelming because I had like, X amount of leads in here. And I'd be on the phone all day either trying to get a hold of people or whatever, trying to find that needle in the haystack. And it got built out to the point where I had a business partner and we had two lead managers who were awesome. And two VAs and they were all cold calling and then we hit some bumps in the road where like, you know, I guess with anything else, like the cold calling, like, a lot of the numbers started getting blocked very quickly. And so we had a ton of leads coming in.” What inspired Tom to start cold calling? Although it was hard at first, he explained that dedication and persistence could increase your leads. 43:17 - “It's hands down the most complicated transaction he's ever done. There are two people in the title so they're not related. The gentleman Clyde, so he, his brother who passed away was married to the other person on the title” Tom explains how he dealt with a wraparound mortgage in one of his complicated deals. 50:44 “It's not hard, but it's not easy either. Like I think a lot of people whenever they don't taste success within the first 60 days, all of a sudden, the honeymoon effect is worn off. And they don't want to go through all the basically work. Because you'll go months and months without ever collecting anything. But like once you get over that hump. Next thing you know, you got this deal going and this deal goes on. Mike explained that real estate is not an easy game, it can be tough at the beginning, but once you understand how it works, money will flow. Don't stop once you've reached your stride. 55:49 - “I know that that feeling of going to work and being like, dude, like, Are my something bad's gonna happen and my family is gonna get a knock on the door or something like that there was a temple officer that got assassinated the other day. And he was new. I think he had like a year on or something like that. They're posting pictures all over social media of him and his kids and family. It's, it's heartbreaking. That is the worst example of anything that could happen, but it's possible. So now I don't have to do that. I don't have to worry about that anymore. Like I could get struck by lightning more. Who knows. But at least I can wake up and be happy about what I do and know that you know, I don't have to worry about my kids gonna knock. I'm cool with that.” Investing has given Tom the financial freedom that he wanted, enabling him to spend more time with his wife and children. Furthermore, he is no longer at risk because of his work, which is priceless. It now gives him the freedom to take care of his family without having to worry about his safety. 58:08 - “You need to set your expectations accordingly. I mean, if you're looking to leave the job, just know that you're taking on another one initially, just the amount of time and effort you're gonna have to put into learning. I mean, you have everything from marketing to sales to deal structuring, and then transaction coordination, everything that they're all individual jobs in and of itself. So it's a lot to learn. Tom's advice for those who are still trying to learn real estate. Key Takeaways “I would suggest that people are doing virtually, there are things that you can do to somewhat protect yourself, right? Go to the state Contractor's License Board. See if there are any types of complaints against them. Use Yelp to see if they're bonded. Ask for a current project they're on the walk, ask if you can go talk to the current homeowner there's a bunch of stuff you can do. But the big thing for me is I Always do skip tracing. The time it's for my contractors or my subs, it's like, where do they live? Are they bonded? Are they licensed? Do they have any complaints? Idaho's actually pretty good about listing all that. So I always go and look and if I don't find them, I call the contractor and say, Hey, I don't I don't see your license on the state board, and sometimes a senator or a different trade or whatever it is, but at least it lets them know, Hey, I'm looking you up before I spend my money with you.”. - Tyler Thrush ‘You just have to be willing to get punched in the face and it's going to continue to happen. For example. My lead sources have been almost 100% via PPC or SEO for the last year and a half But in the last six months, my lead costs have exponentially increased. And there's still that gap where a lot of people are looking online or for whatever reason, still thinking we're back in 2020, or 2021. So I'm spending a ton of money without really realizing, any deals at this point. And so for me, it's like, okay, well, how do I adapt? A lot of these wholesale numbers don't work. I can do one of two things I can quit, which I know I'm not going to ever do. Or I can figure out how do I turn these leads into deals that do work, and as you said, for that wrap, I think a lot of these deals would work on a wrap because you're gonna be able to play that middle game, and even if it's a smaller number, interest rates right now are so high, if I can secure low-interest debt, even though there's not a lot of equity, I may be able to make a play on some of these properties, whereas I didn't before. And that's why I even told you like three to six months of any type of marketing you have to commit because one month or two weeks is way too small of a sample size to understand if something works 3,6,9,12 months, you can understand, Okay, how much am I spending? How much am I receiving is this worthwhile? And is there anything else that generates a larger return? Are you still just doing the cold calling?” - Tyler Thrush “If you're just only going to walk into the super easy deals, where there are just no problems with the house or the contract or the liens. There's not a lot of value. So like, you usually get rewarded directly proportional to the problem you solved.” - Mike Webb “It's not hard, but it's not easy either. Like I think a lot of people whenever they don't taste success within the first 60 days, all of a sudden, the honeymoon effect is worn off. And they don't want to go through all the basically work. Because you'll go months and months without ever collecting anything. But like once you get over that hump. Next thing you know, you got this deal going and this deal goes on.” - Mike Webb “Like my kids. We are Catholic. So they got mass on certain days of the week, I can go with them during the day and they get excited to see me, whatever my daughter's got a dance coming up next month or my son just anything that's involved with family now I can do it. Like, I don't have to answer it and that alone is just priceless. In my opinion. - Thomas O'Brien “I know that feeling of going to work and being like, dude, something bad's gonna happen and my family is gonna get a knock on the door or something like that there was a temple officer that got assassinated the other day. And he was new. I think he had like a year on or something like that. They're posting pictures all over social media of him and his kids and family. It's heartbreaking. That is the worst example of anything that could happen, but it's possible. So now I don't have to do that. I don't have to worry about that anymore. Like I could get struck by lightning. Who knows. But at least I can wake up and be happy about what I do and know that I don't have to worry about my kids. I'm cool with that.” - Thomas O'Brien Connect with First Responder Financial Freedom: Website: https://firstresponderfinancialfreedom.com/ Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/First-Responder-Financial-Freedom-104285545708905 Facebook Group:https://www.facebook.com/groups/516680892660393 YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@firstresponderfinancialfre3914
The Player Development Pod presented by Beyond the Field
The Player Development Pod is ONE YEAR old! Where has the time gone?! It has been ONE YEAR since this podcast was launched on March 20,2022. In creating this podcast, I had no clue the impact it would have. Today, I share the three things I've learned from my first year of podcasting. PLAYER DEVELOPMENT CONFERENCE Join The Player Development Conference Mailing List HERE: https://forms.gle/QdZjtcFc5gmh1c7G9 Sponsor Player Development Conference HERE: https://forms.gle/2yJPx3ixhma1xDww9 THE PLAYER DEVELOPMENT POD Enjoying The Player Development Pod? Fill out The Player Development Pod Survey here: https://forms.gle/76kJmv9ZRjpD54eS9 Follow Ed Jones II here: Twitter: https://twitter.com/Ed_Jones2 LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/edjonesii/ Subscribe here for PREMIUM CONTENT: https://anchor.fm/playerdevelopmentpodcast/subscribe - Thank you for taking time to listen to today's episode. PLEASE RATE AND REVIEW THE CONTENT. Visit: https://www.btfprogram.com/ SUPPORT THE PODCAST: Buy Me A Coffee: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/BTFProgram Follow: Twitter - https://twitter.com/BTF_Program Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/btf_program/ Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/BTFProgram Tag on Social: #ThePDPod #BeyondTheField --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/playerdevelopmentpodcast/message
The Traffic & Conversions Show
This episode is pretty special because today I'm joined by one of my clients, Elizabeth Chappell. She is a fabric designer, author, and online educator. In her Craft to Career Podcast she teaches other creatives how to turn their craft into a successful career. Elizabeth started an online subscription box for quilters in 2016, and since then has grown a successful multiple six figure business in the quilting industry. Her biggest passion, however, is coaching and teaching others how to turn their craft into a career.Today I'm shining the light on Elizabeth and she's sharing how she quadrupled enrollment in the course of a year!In this episode…Elizabeth shares her journey of quadrupling her course enrollment and what it was like before her enrollment increased. What her experience was like with an ads agency that didn't go too well, what she would do differently if she could go back and how she knew it didn't feel right to be working with them.Elizabeth shares how she got through the rollercoaster of her revenue going up and then sinking.What she did to regroup and move forward after such a discouraging moment and how she was open and trusting to hire another ads agency.How Elizabeth is using her list of unqualified leads.SHOW NOTES: https://themichellefernandez.com/podcast/203Connect with me on InstagramConnect with me on FacebookVisit my website
Best Real Estate Investing Advice Ever
Pace Morby is a creative finance specialist and the founder of subto.com, where he teaches about subject to and seller financing strategies. He recently made the jump to multifamily investing, using creative finance to secure 1,500 units in 2022. In this episode, Pace discusses why he advises restructuring deals now, the beauty of subject to financing, and exactly what his strategy is for approaching multifamily deals. Pace Morby | Real Estate Background Owner of SubTo, professional real estate investor, and business entrepreneur Portfolio: 1,500 multifamily doors 300 single-family doors Based in: Arizona Say hi to him at: subto.com YouTube Best Ever Book: My Side of the Mountain by Jean Craighead George Greatest Lesson: I should have started earlier and surrounded myself with people who had portfolios and lives that I wanted. Click here to learn more about our sponsors: MFIN CON
What a trip around the sun THIS year has been!!!We stepped off our first voyage on Disney's Galactic Starcruiser one year ago on 3/17/22. In this episode, we talk about the decision to go on that first voyage and our intial chats about starting the podcast.We also chat about our upcoming meetup, our characters for voyage 3, and about Disney's recent announcement to switch to 2 cruises a week starting in October.Epic Sci-Fi Trailer | Eternals by Alex-Productions | https://onsound.eu/Music promoted by https://www.free-stock-music.comCreative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported Licensehttps://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/deed.en_USSupport the showHeroes of the Halcyon on InstagramTheme Music ("Digital Discourse") by Yellow BarrelSend your email to email@example.com - we'd love to hear from you about your journeys, episode suggestions, or just to say hi! If you write, please let us know your first name and where you're from in case we read it on a future episode!
Boo! Sorry for ghosting! But, we are back. On this weeks episode, we recap Patricia and Matt's engagement party, Tristan's new work endeavors, jacob elordi, and so much more! purchase your merch here: https://shopgritstoglam.myshopify.com/ follow grits to glam on instagram: https://www.instagram.com/gritstoglam follow tristan on instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tristan_watson follow patricia on instagram: https://www.instagram.com/patriciaeflach need advice? have a question for us? want our opinion? email us at firstname.lastname@example.org Grits to Glam with Patricia Flach (@Patriciaeflach) and Tristan Watson (@Tristan_Watson)
The Action Academy | Millionaire Mentorship for Your Life & Business
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Starting a real estate business is challenging, but with the right advice and support, it can be a rewarding experience.In this episode, I speak with Don Wenner, the founder of DLP Real Estate Capital and the author of a new book entitled “Building an Elite Organization –The Blueprint to Scaling a High-Growth, High-Profit Business.” Don shares how he was able to build an elite organization and achieve success quickly by applying what he calls "The five keys to success." He also walks us through what he looks for in a sponsor and the strategies he used to raise over $400 Million in one year. Learn from the master of scaling high-growth, high-profit entrepreneurial companies, and start building your legacy today!Show Highlights:✅ What is DLP Capital?✅ How he made the transition to the real estate space ✅ What sets him apart from other entrepreneurs✅ The 5 keys to success✅ $500 million portfolio transaction✅ Advice for sponsors
152: We recently sat down with Pete Reese, a land flipper who made $4 million last year alone.(Show Notes: REtipster.com/152)Even more surprising is that Pete hasn't been in the land investing business for long, having only started in 2020.Despite his relative newness to the industry, he has achieved remarkable growth and success, which we'll discuss in this conversation with him.Before his venture into land flipping, Pete had a lot of experience in real estate as a broker, which also played a role in his success. Tune in to this episode as we explore Pete's journey and learn from his valuable insights.
Reflecting on One Year of War in Ukraine Evaluating Total Mixed Rations 00:01:15 – Reflecting on One Year of War in Ukraine, Part One: We spend the majority of today's show learning from K-State expert and Ukraine native, Antonina Broyaka. During our first segment of this Tuesday's programming, she reflects on the one-year anniversary of Russia's invasion of Ukraine, her journey with her children to K-State, and impacts of the war so far. 00:12:11 – Reflecting on One Year of War in Ukraine, Part Two: Antonina Broyaka continues her coverage of the war's impacts by providing insight on the significant role of infrastructure and exports in supporting not only the agricultural industry of the war-torn country, but the entirety of Ukraine itself. 00:23:05 – Evaluating Total Mixed Rations: We end today's show with K-State dairy specialist Mike Brouk encouraging producers to evaluate the mixing and delivery of total mixed rations to their cows. He emphasizes that producers need to be to paying attention to feed moisture, accuracy of feed delivery, and consistency of the mix. Send comments, questions or requests for copies of past programs to email@example.com. Agriculture Today is a daily program featuring Kansas State University agricultural specialists and other experts examining ag issues facing Kansas and the nation. It is hosted by Samantha Bennett and distributed to radio stations throughout Kansas and as a daily podcast. K‑State Research and Extension is a short name for the Kansas State University Agricultural Experiment Station and Cooperative Extension Service, a program designed to generate and distribute useful knowledge for the well‑being of Kansans. Supported by county, state, federal and private funds, the program has county Extension offices, experiment fields, area Extension offices and regional research centers statewide. Its headquarters is on the K‑State campus in Manhattan.
Construction + Small Business Marketing: It's a Code World:
Ronald Lamy of United Contractors Roofing shares how they are growing so fast, why he believes in educating himself constantly, and how he knows who to trust. They've experienced 250% year over year growth, but more interesting is WHY he wants to grow, and WHAT he's doing that he's so confident he'll hit his extreme goal (22M from 10M) for this year.
If you keep sharing stories and keep listening—I will keep going CU (and beyond). I recorded a storytime after a meeting that was decades in the making. I was waiting and debating about when to put it out. This seemed like the right moment—this milestone episode celebrating the podcast. I've also included an opportunity to win a $100 gift card to any of the previous sponsors. Prove that you've shared this podcast (audio note, screenshot, email forward, etc.) to my email firstname.lastname@example.org, and you will be in the running to win! Listen as this host acknowledges the main players that helped guide her in the right direction, get this podcast off the ground and keep it running for 52 consecutive episodes. Steve Holstein (mentor and communications expert) Nicole (Beals) Paul (patient editor and radio host on WIXY) have truly been instrumental in the success of the podcast. The guests, listeners and sponsors have also given content and motivation to keep it going. The vulnerability, feedback and confidence in the platform is beyond. Thank you. The podcast has given me creative freedom, purpose and forever linked me with the most amazing people. I'd like to thank this episode's sponsor Health In Harmony. Health In Harmony is located at Lincoln Square in Urbana. Reflexology, infrared heat therapy, massage, fire and ice facials. If it's on trend in the wellness space, Health In Harmony is learning, researching the benefits and executing the services at their wellness center. Follow healthinharmonycu on Instagram and visit their website www.healthinharmony-cu.com/ to book online. Thank you so much for listening! However your podcast host of choice allows, please positively: rate, review, comment and give all the stars! Don't forget to follow, subscribe, share and ring that notification bell so you know when the next episode drops! Also, search and follow hyperlocalscu on all social media. If I forgot anything or you need me, visit my website at HyperLocalsCU.com. Byee.
This week, Alrik and Liz welcome filmmaker Thom Harp on the show to talk about making his move to LA, getting reps, and then after many years, making his two first features back to back during the pandemic. We focus the conversation mainly on The Donor Party starring Malin Ackerman. Enjoy! Order The Alternate on Itunes Out Now: https://itunes.apple.com/us/movie/the-alternate/id1640576609?ls=1 For 20% off your Jambox subscription use code MMIH @ jambox.io Check out the ISA at: www.networkisa.org
Alberto Voltolina, CEO/President MGG North America, American/Italian company that went from $0 to $1.5 million in one year. They are a worldwide leading equipment manufacturer and supplier for paint brush & paint roller manufacturers like Sherwin Williams, Baer, and more. It was fascinating to learn how high ticket manufacturing equipment is sold at this level. However, the lessons I learned in this episode apply to the sales process at any established company or startup. Show Notes Alberto Voltolina: https://www.linkedin.com/in/alberto-voltolina-97a9a317/ MGG North America: https://www.mggmeccanica.com/ Topics: - Cold Calling - In Person Sales - Sales Dinners - Event Networking - High Ticket Sales - Supply Chain - Manufacturing Industry --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/first-customers/message
Episode 52! Welcome back to the Call Guys Podcast. We hope you are ready for a long one! This week, for our one year episode, we have so many special guests back for a visit to talk to us about the podcast, and to ask us a question. We hope you enjoy the episode, and thank you for making our first year fun and exciting! See you for year two! Be sure to watch us on Youtube! Just search for “The Call Guys Podcast.” Like and Subscribe! Check us out wherever you get your podcasts. Spotify Apple Podcasts Amazon Music Google Podcasts Podbean You can also find us on all of your social media accounts. Facebook: www.facebook.com/thecallguyspod Instagram: @thecallguys TikTok: @thecallguyspodcast Linktree: www.linktr.ee/thecallguyspodcast Send us your recommendations for the Question of the Podcast, or even what we should talk about in a future episode to email@example.com And, Check out our merch store, www.thecallguyspodcaststore.com Also check out: Golden Image Podcast www.facebook.com/goldenimagepodcast www.linktr.ee/goldenimagepodcast The Murdnerds www.facebook.com/MurdNerds www.linktr.ee/murdnerds The Indiana Chiefs Fans Podcast www.facebook.com/INChiefsFansPod A Court of Books and Booze www.facebook.com/acourtofbab And, finally, The United States of Paranormal Podcast www.facebook.com/theunitedstatesofparanormal www.theunitedstatesofparanormal.com #movies #sports #podcast #marvel #talkshow #podbean #spotify #thecallguys #film #cinema ##moviereview #filmanalysis #filmmaker #comedy #movie #cinephile
[INVITATION] Opportunity Creation Clinic, Thursday, 3/16/23, 12:30p ct, OYFN Zoom Room (be on the email list, oyfn.co/email, for log-in details) In this episode: WTF is intentional opportunity creation How to gamify the creation process Using the Baader-Meinhof phenomenon to your advantage Why we don't just do this all the time Where things can go sideways Ideas on making it work for your life/needs Invite to the Opportunity Creation Clinic Sign up for 30 Days of Audio-Based Coaching Sign up takes 60 seconds. No sales call, no application form. Just emotionally intelligent strategic help when you need it. Visit oyfn.co/audio to start today. 30 DAYS OF AUDIO-BASED COACHING For 30 days you'll have access to Hailey inside a private Slack channel. There you can converse via audio and text message as often as you'd like for 30 straight days. I can help you solve business problems, instill new habits, become more comfortable in a new role, set boundaries, find breakthroughs where you're stuck, build new assets and SO MUCH MORE. ____ This podcast is brought to you by One year from Now: The Residency. The residency is a coaching container that blends custom-to-you strategy, one on one coaching and small-group experiences to help high-impact, high-profit entrepreneurs implement their one year from now visions over a 12-month term. You can find more podcast episodes, begin working with me through The Residency or download my free One Year from now vision workbook all at oyfn.co Listen to to this episode on your favorite podcast player (Apple Podcasts, Spotify, you get it) or on on my website: oyfn.co/podcast
Broad Ideas with Rachel Bilson
Stand-up comedian, actress, writer, director, and podcaster Whitney Cummings is this week’s broad. Whitney, Rachel and Olivia talk about Whitney’s parents being in nursing homes, freezing her eggs, and having her first orgasm from sex at 40 years old. They also discuss trusting your instincts in men, addiction, and self-exploration. Broad Ideas is supported by Hiya Health. Receive 50% off your first order by going to hiyahealth.com/IDEAS. Broad Ideas is supported by Blissy. Get better sleep now with Blissy and use code RACHEL to get an additional 30% off at blissy.com/RACHEL.Broad Ideas is supported by Talkspace. Get $100 off your first month at Talkspace.com/IDEAS.
This week, Angry Planet talks with Caleb Larson who has been working as a journalist in and around Ukraine's Donbas region where much of the war is currently being fought. He paints a picture of the situation on the ground and tells us where to buy groceries in time of war.Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/warcollege. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Collecting Keys - Real Estate Investing Podcast
Collecting Keys Podcast is always pushing our listeners to create business processes and systems because they're crucial for efficient lead generation. Without tested processes and systems, you'll waste time and resources on unmotivated leads that stall your growth.Joining us to discuss his business method and the processes that have helped scale his business is Pete Reese. His land flipping business reflects the success we've had with direct mail marketing, building a team, and most importantly, staying consistent.Pete is so generous with his knowledge that, on his website, he shares his monthly income report that includes the exact revenue, what properties were bought and sold, how much was made on each one, and MORE. He and his wife/business partner have also started a podcast, called Turning Profit.This can't-miss episode with Mike's favorite guest is for anyone who's interested in real estate!Topics discussed in this episode:Starting his real estate journey with house flippingFinding a passion for land investingHow Pete assesses the value of propertiesPete's direct mail marketing processWhy data cleanup is importantPete's virtual team and their rolesFinancing land dealsA couple of Pete's real estate storiesAdvice to new investorsCheck out Pete Reese's podcast, Turning Profit, to hear more about his business and lessons learned in real estate! https://turningprofit.com/all-episodes/Get more information on land flipping on Pete's website: https://turningprofit.com/If you're an established investor with money to invest, but not the time, check out the Instant Investor PRO Program! https://www.collectingkeyspodcast.com/storeDownload the FREE 5-Step Guide To Generating Off Market Leads here: https://www.collectingkeyspodcast.com/freeIf you are interested in learning from Dan and Mike to receive coaching and learn how they built their business, head to https://www.instantinvestorprogram.com and see if you are a good fit for the mastermind group!Collecting Keys Podcast Resources:http://www.collectingkeyspodcast.comhttp://www.instagram.com/collectingkeyspodcasthttp://www.instantinvestorprogram.comhttp://www.instagram.com/mike_investshttp://www.instagram.com/investormandanThis episode was produced by Podcast Boutique http://www.podcastboutique.com
Peristyle Podcast - USC Trojan Football Discussion
The Composite Two-Star Recruits podcast returns for one-year anniversary episode! The Cilantro Boys recap first big visit weekend of spring, the No. 1 2024 prospect Dylan Raiola picking up multiple USC Crystal Balls and spring football weight changes. TIME STAMPS: 0:25: Chris Trevino Issues Public Apology 8:03: Super 7/Battle at the Beach Passing Tournament Recaps 41:26: USC hosts Dylan Raiola, big visitors to kick off March 1:02:59: Mid-week visitors/Holy Hour addition 1:09:12: Spring football begins! Heights, weights and cross-training 1:46:45: New 2025 offer, Jordan Lockhart decommitment 1:48:50: NFL Combine reactions 2:03:55: Celebrating the Two-Star Pod turning one 2:15:37: Listener Question To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
On this episode we discuss Pat hitting the 1 year sober milestone. He reflects back on this past year and how he got to the point he is at right now. Enjoy!Surviving Humanity: A Self-Help PodcastImprove your anxiety, depression, motivation and productivity; new episodes every Tuesday.Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify
The Limitless Podcast celebrates its first anniversary, and to celebrate it Jamie Ratermann is sharing the lessons she's learned, the reality of running a podcast, and how it has made her a better leader. Resources: Are you looking to build a thriving business built on a strong brand message, money-making offers, and a resilient, growth mindset? Join the Marketing Mastery waitlist: https://www.jamieratermann.com/marketing-mastery Launch with certainty and excitement with this new free training! This mini-course includes 15 minutes of coaching, my 7-point launch planning guide, and a workbook to start planning your next launch: https://jamieratermann.com/how-to-launch-a-new-offer-social-media Leave a review and share it! If you enjoyed tuning in to the Limitless Podcast, we'd appreciate it if you wrote us a review. You can also share it to help other entrepreneurs expand their network and create faster business growth.
The People’s School for Marxist-Leninist Studies
This class gives an overview of events in the first year of the Special Military Operation in Ukraine. We touch on important flashpoints, such as the US sabotage of the Nordstream 2 pipeline. Connect with PSMLS: https://linktr.ee/peoplesschool Sign up to join the PSMLS mailing list and get notified of new Zoom classes every Tuesday and Thursday: http://eepurl.com/h9YxPb Timestamps: 0:00 Introduction 1:50 Pre-Conflict 9:15 - Q&A 1 26:50 - February 2022 27:55 Putin Announces the Special Military Operation 32:45 First stage: February to April 2022 34:35 Second stage: April to September 2022 36:15 Q&A 2 59:50 The US Sabotage of the Nordstream 2 Pipeline 1:05:05 "How America Took Out the Nordstream 2 Pipeline" by Seymour Hersh 1:17:15 Q&A3 and Conclusion 1:25:00 "Donbass is Behind Us" song
A year after Mariupol's maternity hospital was bombed, Russia is spending huge amounts of money rebuilding the city. Vitaly speaks to residents living under Russian occupation. Paul Adams, the BBC's world affairs correspondent, assesses the latest barrage of missile attacks on Ukrainian infrastructure. And John Mearsheimer, professor of political science at the University of Chicago, explains why he blames Nato and the West for the war in Ukraine. Today's episode is presented by Lucy Hockings and Vitaly Shevchenko. The producers were Clare Williamson with Arsenii Sokolov and Luke Radcliff. The technical producer was Mike Regaard. The series producer is Fiona Leach. The assistant editor is Alison Gee and the editor is Sam Bonham. Email Ukrainecast@bbc.co.uk with your questions and comments. You can also send us a message or voice note via WhatsApp, Signal or Telegram to +44 330 1239480
SportsTalk with Bobby Hebert & Kristian Garic
Mike and Bobby broke down Michael Thomas' contract situation with the Saints. Stan Verrett, an ESPN anchor, joined the show to discuss the Saints' Derek Carr signing. Verrett shared his thoughts on the NFC South quarterback situation. Verrett talked about the Pelicans' poor injury luck. The guys also spoke to a WWL listener about bringing Thomas back on a team-friendly deal and adding a power running back.
Mike and Bobby broke down Michael Thomas' contract situation with the Saints. Stan Verrett, an ESPN anchor, joined the show to discuss the Saints' Derek Carr signing. Verrett shared his thoughts on the NFC South quarterback situation. Verrett talked about the Pelicans' poor injury luck. The guys also spoke to a WWL listener about bringing Thomas back on a team-friendly deal and adding a power running back.
An MVP is a minimal viable product - a product with enough features to attract early-adopter customers and validate a product idea early in the product development cycle. In this episode we're talking about your MVO, minimum viable offer. I'm loosely using product development methodologies to help you think through bringing a brand new offer to market as a solopreneur. In this episode: What makes a MVO minimal The point of an MVO (short answer: should I spend any more resources on this idea?) How to use the half-page business plan to build out your MVO Counting the ROI of your MVO Building for early adopters vs the general public Where to focus your iteration energy once your MVO is successful Navigating continuous improvement __ Sign up for 30 Days of Audio-Based Coaching Sign up takes 60 seconds. No sales call, no application form. Just emotionally intelligent strategic help when you need it. Visit oyfn.co/audio to start today. 30 DAYS OF AUDIO-BASED COACHING For 30 days you'll have access to Hailey inside a private Slack channel. There you can converse via audio and text message as often as you'd like for 30 straight days. I can help you solve business problems, instill new habits, become more comfortable in a new role, set boundaries, find breakthroughs where you're stuck, build new assets and SO MUCH MORE. ____ This podcast is brought to you by One year from Now. You can find more podcast episodes, begin working with me through The Residency or 30DABC or download my free One Year from now vision workbook all at oyfn.co. Listen to to this episode on your favorite podcast player (Apple Podcasts, Spotify, you get it) or on on my website: oyfn.co/podcast
You know that moment when you look back and ask, “Where did the time go?” This episode is all about how to recognize when 1 day is starting to turn into 1 year.In this episode, I talk about how to recognize when time is beginning to creep in. 3 weeks ago, I received an email that our beloved fitness studio where I teach and have so many loved members would be closing. We were all devastated. My ask of the members is to keep their momentum going. An object in motion stays in motion. The past 3 weeks have gifted me so much awareness and have reminded me about the pandemic and how things can change quickly without notice.We are coming up on our 3 year anniversary of the start of the lock down and the pandemic. Can you remember what you desired during the slow down? I wanted to accomplish so much during those 2 weeks. And now looking back, I recognize that 2 weeks turned into 3 years.What are you avoiding that is moving from 1 day to 1 year? DM me on Instagram with a ““ emoji and I wanna know what you think. IN THIS EPISODE, I TALK ABOUT:How to recognize when 1 day is starting to become 1 year.An object in motion stays in motion. Keep going.We are coming up on the 3 year anniversary of the start of the pandemic.Ask yourself, “What did I receive from the last 3 years?”
On this episode we celebrate one year Impossible To Say!!! We talk about bad friends, Scandavol, and the girls who wear pretty dresses and eat pretty cakes. More stories on our Patreon https://patreon.com/impossibletosay
Can you believe it's already been one year?!? I cannot. In this episode, I reflect on the experiences I've had during this first year of podcasting. It's motivational, it's moving, it's gracious. It ends with a major announcement that you don't want to miss!
On today's episode, we break down all the QB situations getting resolved before the NFL Tag Deadline Seahawks Commit One Year to Geno Smith Saints Commit Two Years to Derek Carr to win an NFC South Title Giants Commit Three Years to Daniel Jones (lol) and tag Saquon Brian Daboll you should've waited for a better job Ravens wouldn't commit four years to Lamar Jackson... now he's a restricted free agent ________________ Order our Debut Book The Spurs Dynasty: A Historical Account of the Greatest Dynasty in North American Pro Sports. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for 25% off your order CKSAML Productions Subscribe to our new Podcast series. The Fall of the Spurs Dynasty on Apple Podcasts Part 1: The Greatest Dynasty in North American Pro Sports – The Fall of the Spurs Dynasty Part 2: Gregg Popovich – The Fall of the Spurs Dynasty Part 3: Kawhi Leonard – The Fall of the Spurs Dynasty Part 4: What Happened in 2018?? – The Fall of the Spurs Dynasty | Podcast on Spotify Part 5: The Fall – The Fall of the Spurs Dynasty | Podcast on Spotify This show is presented by BetOnline Sportsbook. Use Code “BLEAV50” for a 50% bonus on your initial deposit
One of the best things about internet business is that there's no other line of work where you can double, triple, or even quadruple your income on a yearly basis. And it's not only about the money, it can certainly feel great to start pulling in more and more income. It took Jill almost 2 years to quit her full-time job before going all-in at JillFit, but if you're looking to start making 6-figures online, this episode is full of the tactical strategy you need. Get on the waitlist for FBA: https://jillfitfree.com/fba-waitlist/ Jill is a fitness professional and business coach who effectively made the transition from training clients in person and having no time to build anything else to training clients online and actually being more successful. Today, Jill helps other coaches to do the same. Connect with me! Instagram: @jillfit | @fitbizu Facebook: @jillfit Website: jillfit.com
One year into the war in Ukraine, Jem looks at the past year and the current situation from a historical viewpoint.Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/condensed-histories. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Gio vs the callers, Documentary on Jared from Subway and Al's one year diet anniversary To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Gio vs the callers, Documentary on Jared from Subway and Al's one year diet anniversary--plus warm up To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Recruiting Future with Matt Alder
Digital Talent, the second book co-authored by Mervyn Dinnen and myself, came out a year ago this month. We've been blown away by the response to the book and want to thank everyone who has bought, read and shared it. Twelve months is a long time in our industry at the moment, so I sat down with Mervyn to discuss the book's key themes and how things have developed over the last year. We recorded the conversation in a proper studio, so there is also a video version of this podcast (link in the show notes), which is worth watching just to take in the full glory of Mervyn's shirt. Enjoy the conversation In our conversation, we discuss: The acceleration of Digital Transformation The ongoing disruption of Talent Acquisition Redefining talent Results versus noise in DE&I Taking a more strategic approach to hiring Talent Experience Talent Mobility Skills AI & Personalization The new future of work Another book? The video version of this episode Listen to this podcast on Apple Podcasts.
Tri-State College Basketball Podcast
New Jersey college basketball writer, Jerry Carino joins Bryan DeNovellis to talk Seton Hall and Rutgers in the Big East and Big Ten Tournaments. What does each team need to do to have a chance to dance?Plus FDU is one of the best stories in all of college basketball, as the Knights have qualified for the NCAA Tournament one year after winning just 4 games.And who will NJIT hire as its next basketball coach? Jerry has 3 names to consider.
Black and White Sports Podcast
Sean Payton DOES NOT LIKE Russell Wilson_! It's ONE YEAR PROVE IT! Wilson ANNOYS Drew Brees! New To The Podcast? Looking for a alternative to WOKE Media?! You Are In The Right Place! Make sure you subscribe! New To The Channel? Hit the Subscribe Button and Check out Our Website For Exclusive Content and Livestreams: www.blackandwhitenetwork.com Get your MERCH here: https://teespring.com/stores/blackandwhitesports Use Promo Code "USAFIRST" for 25% Off! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/blackandwhitenetwork/support
Breaking Boundaries: A podcast from Northwestern University’s Roberta Buffett Institute for Global Affairs
The impact of Russia's war in Ukraine is far-reaching with some scholars arguing that the conflict threatens progress on all of the UNSDGs, especially UNSDG 16: peace, justice and strong institutions. In this episode, international law expert Oona A. Hathaway, discusses legal recourse to prosecute Vladimir Putin and other top Russian leaders for the crime of aggression, a move that many say is essential to restore international world order.
What a CreepSeason 19, Episode 4Anita BryantSources for this episode: The Daily BeastEncyclopediaNBC NewsPBSPlayboyThe Slate podcast “One Year: 1977 - Anita Bryant's War on Gay Right”ThemWashington PostWikipediaTrigger warnings: HomophobiaAnita Bryant was a singer in the early ‘60s, but she's probably best known for her Florida orange juice commercials in the early 70s. She could've just got her big juice money and lived a quiet life. Instead, she used her fame to strip basic human rights away from gay people. And while trying to criminalize being gay was not new in the 70s, she's the one who took it mainstream. The impact of her hateful campaign can be seen in the current “Don't Say Gay” bill in Florida and the laws around the country targeting drag shows. Be sure to follow us on social media. But don't follow us too closely … don't be a creep about it! Subscribe to us on Apple PodcastsTwitter: https://twitter.com/CreepPod @CreepPodFacebook: Join the private group!Instagram @WhatACreepPodcastVisit our Patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/whatacreepEmail: WhatACreepPodcast@gmail.comWe've got merch here! https://whatacreeppodcast.threadless.com/#Our website is www.whatacreeppodcast.comOur logo was created by Claudia Gomez-Rodriguez. Follow her on Instagram @ClaudInCloud
CyberWire Daily podcast host Dave Bittner is joined by CyberWire editor John Petrik for an extended discussion about the Russian invasion of Ukraine and its effect on cybersecurity at the one year anniversary. John and his team have covered the Ukrainian conflict with daily news stories since the invasion began, and in fact, had quite a lot of coverage prior to the invasion. They take stock of where things stand, what has happened, and what we expected versus reality.
In a special episode of The Chris Cuomo Project, Chris marks the one year anniversary of Russia's invasion of Ukraine by reflecting on the state of the ongoing conflict. Drawing on his time on the ground from two trips to the war torn country, Chris highlights the bravery and struggles of everyday Ukrainians, illustrates what it's like for journalists to travel to war zones, analyzes how the American public is reacting to the conflict and President Biden's recent trip to Kyiv, and more. Chris is also joined by Sean Penn (actor, director, and co-founder, CORE Response) to discuss his humanitarian work in Ukraine, Ukrainian President Zelenskyy's reaction to “Superpower,” Penn's documentary about the conflict, and why being in Ukraine makes him feel more American. Follow and subscribe to The Chris Cuomo Project on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and YouTube for new episodes every Tuesday and Thursday.
David Remnick, editor of The New Yorker and the host of The New Yorker Radio Hour, reflects on this full year of Russia's war on Ukraine and other headlines.
This week's show is devoted to coverage of the war in Ukraine as we mark one year since Russia's invasion. First, Fareed speaks with National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan and USAID Administrator Samantha Power on the current state of the war and what American support will look like moving forward. Then, Former Treasury Secretary Larry Summers shares his thoughts on how to get Russia to pay for the hundreds of billions of dollars of damage to Ukraine. Fareed also speaks with The New York Times' Moscow reporter Valerie Hopkins about how the war could be helping Putin shore up support domestically. Finally, what is an Atlas of Impunity? Fareed explains what it is and shares why he thinks this is a great new way of looking at the world. GUESTS: Jake Sullivan (@JakeSullivan46), Samantha Power (@PowerUSAID), Larry Summers (@LHSummers), Valerie Hopkins (@VALERIEinNYT) Air date: 26/02/2023To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
On the eve of the anniversary, the UN vote called for the withdrawal of Russian troops from Ukraine and a halt to the fighting. Also: the former US film mogul Harvey Weinstein begs for mercy as he is sentenced for another rape.