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Brian Hamrick began investing in single-family homes in 2002. During the Great Recession, he purchased his first multifamily property and has since worked with private investors to acquire apartment communities, self-storage facilities, and non-performing notes. In 2012 he founded Hamrick Investment Group ("HIG") to help other qualified investors take advantage of the lucrative returns real estate has to offer. Self-storage properties enjoy high demand from Baby Boomers in need of extra space as they downsize and from Millennials who would rather pay less for storage than pay rent for more living space. During the last decade, self-storage investment returns have outpaced most other property types, which means investors should take note. Episode Link: https://www.higinvestor.com/ --- Transcript Before we jump into the episode, here's a quick disclaimer about our content. The Remote Real Estate Investor podcast is for informational purposes only, and is not intended as investment advice. The views, opinions and strategies of both the hosts and the guests are their own and should not be considered as guidance from Roofstock. Make sure to always run your own numbers, make your own independent decisions and seek investment advice from licensed professionals. Michael: Hey, everyone, welcome to another episode of the Remote Real Estate Investor. I'm Michael Albaum and today I'm joined by Brian Hamrick with Hamrick Investment Group and Brian is going to be talking to us today about note investing, as well as self-storage investing, two topics that are super interesting. I wish I could say that they are near and dear to my heart, but I'm a total newbie at them and have no experience. So really excited to chat with him about that. So let's get into it. Brian, what's going on, man? Good to see you again and thanks for coming on the podcast. Brian: Appreciate you, Michael. It's great seeing you again, too. Thanks so much for having me on your show. Michael: No, absolutely. I think we're gonna have a lot of fun today as you are a very interesting person with an interesting background. So I'd love for anyone who might not be familiar with you. Can you give us quick insight who you are, where you come from, and what is it you're doing in real estate today? Brian: Yeah, thank you. So my, my name is Brian Hamrick. My company is Hamrick Investment Group and what I what I am I started off as a multifamily apartment investor syndicator and over the years have also expanded into performing and non performing notes, self-storage, vacation rentals, office, a little bit of retail. Basically, if I have a rockstar strategic partner that I can partner up with, I'm the one who raises the money brings the equity and I partner up with someone who's got a great track record knows how to make money in their space and that's, that's kind of my business model for the past five years. Michael: Right on and I don't know if I've actually met or spoke to anyone that got their start with multifamily syndication? Is that really where you got your teeth cut or did you start out with single family kind of like so many of us did? Brian: Yeah, so going way back in 2001. When I first read Rich Dad, Poor Dad, I did get started in single family. I was living in Los Angeles at the time and everything in LA back then was way overpriced. So I started investing in a network that was investing out of state. So I bought single family in North Carolina, South Carolina, and Albuquerque, New Mexico and I got my portfolio up to seven separate single family properties and quickly realize, you know what, this is the very, very slow way to financial freedom and that's when I started looking into multifamily, because I realized you can get that economy of scale by having more units under one roof. Michael: Yep, makes total sense. Okay, well, let's shift gears here entirely and talk about note investing and self-storage and if we have time short term rentals, because it's just like a super fascinating space and we always joke in the show that these podcasts are very self-serving, I hate to ask all the self-serving question. So talk to us what is note investing and what attracted you to it initially. Brian: So I also host a podcast and just like you, I love talking to different investors, who have different asset classes, different skills and one of the investors who came on my podcast, his name was Jean Chandler and I was just so fascinated with his systems of buying non performing notes and basically a note is like a mortgage or a land contract or a contract for deed and you're so when you buy a note, you're not buying an actual property, you're buying the paper on that property, that the IOU, and there's a lot of value to those IOUs, especially if you can buy them at a discount. So let's say there's a property that is that has $100,000 balance on their loan, and you can buy that note for $80,000, you know, 80 cents on the dollar. Well, now, whatever that interest rate was that was being paid, you're actually making more than that interest rate and if that note pays off, you know, sooner rather than later. Well, I just paid $80,000 for $100,000 note that's $20,000 that I could profit. So Jean and I , Jean Chandler, I had him on the show and I was just really interested in notes and I had a little bit of experience With notes previously, so I called him up after the show and first of all, I said, How many people have called you, since this show has come out to invest and he said, no one's called me and I said, well, that's interesting, because I'd like to invest with you. So we started off by buying 10, different non performing notes and a non performing note is basically, if someone's not paying their loan, that and over after three months, if they're not paying, it becomes non performing. So, the, the strategy that Jean had at the time was to buy these non-performing notes, like 30 cents on the dollar and the goal is to get them re performing because if you can, if as of note is paying, say 10%, and you buy it at 30 cents on the dollar, while your yield if you can get it REIT performing is going to be well above 30%. Michael: Holy smokes. Brian: Yeah, so there's, there's so much value there and that delta between what you pay for note and what it's actually yielding anyway, we bought 10, non performing notes, and we lost money on two of them but our average return on all 10 notes was over 80%. Michael: What?.... That's insane. Like, as you were describing the nonperforming of it, I'm sitting here thinking to myself, like, what do you guys like bounty hunters, you go out and they okay, you got to start paying your notes like, how do you what does that process look like to get a nonperforming to a performing because there's a reason that's being sold at a discount? Brian: Yeah, exactly, exactly. Now, don't go out and try this on your own. That's necessary, have the experts on your team that know how to do it properly, because there's a right way to do it and a wrong way to do it but the what we're able to do as private investors quite often what Jean does, I, I leave the heavy lifting to Jean, but what he's able to do, quite often is contact the borrower directly and the larger institutions have guidelines and rules that they have to follow that, that basically puts all the borrowers in a certain box, and they have to be treated a certain way. But as private investors, Jean can call them up and just have a real conversation of person to person conversation and usually it starts with, do you want to stay in your home? Yeah, that's the first question he typically asked and then that's when kind of the guard comes down and they're like, nobody's ever asked me that before. So then gene can have a real conversation and say, Well, what is preventing you from paying your mortgage, how do we get you back on track, and sometimes that means might mean modifying the loan, so that their balance stays the same, or maybe there we take off some of the fees that have been charged over time but maybe we modify it so that their monthly payment is lower, you know, by stretching out the amortization, or we allow them to get caught up, because they just weren't getting anywhere with the previous servicer or lender. So it starts with that conversation and quite often, that's a successful conversation and we've luckily been able to help a lot of borrowers who have had some sort of distress stay in their homes and that is our goal. But at times people go dark, you know, there's, believe it or not, there are people out there who want to be in denial, or just keep not even be consciously aware of what's going on around them and they either don't respond to us, or tell us that they're going to send us a check, and they never do. So they don't perform and in those cases, we actually go through with foreclosure and when you buy a non performing note, and we buy performing notes to but I'm focusing on buying non performing right now, when you buy a non performing note, there's two values that I like to look at. One is what's the what's the unpaid balance that is owed and then what is the actual cash value? So if you go through foreclosure, what would you sell that property for on the okay market and quite often, on average, over the years we've paid, we've paid roughly 45 cents on the dollar for the unpaid balance and 35 cents on the dollar for the actual cash value. So if we do have to foreclose, take something through that process, and then sell it. Quite often, we're seeing you know, 50 to 100%. In one case, we had a 550% return on a property we took through foreclosure. Michael: That's on believable, Brian, I've got I have so many questions. Let's start with like, who is selling these non-performing notes? Are these coming from banks? Are these coming from other private lenders because you mentioned interest rates in the 10%? I mean, that's probably not your Bank of America, Wells Fargo type of loan, or are they? Brian: Well, 10% is kind of the limit on that you can charge under Dodd Frank rules. So we're huge guy. Like, if we're striking a new note, it's 9.99 and the reason the reason people are willing to pay that is because these are our lower value properties, where the loan amount is under $50,000. So we're kind of in this market where the normal, the typical borrower can't go to a typical lender or bank, because banks don't want to make loans that are less than $50,000. It's the same amount of work on a loan, that they that would be a million dollars, and they make a lot more money off the million dollar loan than the 50,000 loan. So when you get to that price point, you're quite often dealing with four private company, private capital, that's making these loans. But a lot of our loans are trickling down, some of them come from Fannie Mae, and then they trickle down to hedge funds, who buy them up in bulk, you know, billion dollars to take up 1000s of loans in default are performing. Michael: A big short, right, that's what the whole movie was about? Brian: Yeah, exactly and yeah, and that, that that movie is a good kind of a good touchstone because a lot of the opportunities that we were seeing, and this was five years ago, that I started working with GE and a lot of those opportunities we were seeing had trickled down from the larger institutions, to the hedge funds to the private equity groups and then we were still picking them they had they had run got all their value out of them and we were then picking them up for like, 30 cents on the dollar. At that point. Michael: Oh, my gosh… Brian: But yeah, so they're trickle down. We're buying them typically from hedge funds and then sometimes we're we've have situations where we're we are possibly taken up a property through foreclosure. In some cases, we buy these notes, and it turns out that they're Oreos, and we've bought notes that we thought were non performing, only to find out that they're Oreos, and we own the property. It's already gone through foreclosure. In those cases, then we can turn around and resell it and generate a new note. Michael: Interesting. So talk to me again, about that the foreclosure process specifically, because you mentioned, being able to buy the note for 45 cents on the dollar, and then the physical property for maybe 35 cents on the dollar but if you buy the note and then take the property through foreclosure, don't you then own it or is there another step involved in that process something else you have to buy or pay for? Brian: So there again, always have an attorney to help you take through go through this process. But yes, quite often, when we take a property through foreclosure, we will end up with the property and owning the property and then we can go ahead and just sell the property. Sometimes you do have to you know, it's not it's not an easy process, because sometimes the borrower might declare bankruptcy, and that sort of sets you back, you know, six to 12 months, or whatever it takes to work through that bankruptcy. Every state has different rules and laws, and sometimes different municipalities in that state have different rules and laws. So it's always important to have an attorney who knows those rules and laws in that state, working with you through this process. Michael: Makes total sense. Okay, man, so now let's say you, you buy the note, it continues to nonperforming take you through foreclosure, they don't declare bankruptcy, everything checks out, you own the property. I mean, literally, like your name is on the deed and title now, or like whatever entity bought the note or took it through foreclosure. So like, it's yours, you can do whatever you want with it? Brian: It's ours and yes, we can do whatever we want with it. Quite often, we find a local broker or realtor who can just put it up on the market and sell it for us. So we I'll give you an example, we had a property and this is kind of a general example that takes into account a number of different properties. So this isn't just one specific property, but it's kind of like the typical homerun scenario that we encounter, okay and by the way, we could buy 10 notes. Two of them will be complete dogs and losers. Six of them will be breakeven or make a little bit of money, but it's those two kind of grand slam home runs out of the 10 that really make the whole thing work. So some of the winners that we've had is there was one property where we bought the note for, I think that the balance was around $35,000. Okay, we bought the note for $20,000. Michael: And it's not you got to pay cash for this right or is there a lending institution that I'll give you? Brian: There's no lending institution where yeah, we're we are buying our notes with cash, we pay $20,000 for a $35,000. unpaid balance really just blows my mind, and I don't understand, but that we do everything we can to contact the borrower, we will call them, we will send them mail, through the post office, we'll do whatever we can, sometimes gene will even buy a burner phone and fax it to them. So that when they open it up, there's it says call me and there's the number, and then they'll actually call on the burner phone. So he will do everything bend over backwards to establish contact. In this case, we never established contact, they never responded to us. So we went through the foreclosure process. At the end of that foreclosure process, we showed up to the house, it was broom swept in incredible condition and we listed it for $125,000 and sold it for $110,000 and this is a note that we paid 20,000 for. So after legal fees, broker fees, we ended up with about $80,000 in profit, and our money back and our original $20,000 back. Michael: That is mind blowing. So and let me know if this is like a legal question but I'm just curious from a high level, let's say we'll use this property as an example. Let's say they bought the property for 50 grand, they pay down their mortgage over the years. So they have 15,000 and equity for the 35,000. unpaid balance and let's say you could establish contact, you knew the person you'd but you still went through foreclosure does that person lose out on their 15,000 in equity or do you have to make them whole for kind of their ownership stake in that property, you know how that works? Brian: Yeah. So they lose that you would you would hope that that $15,000 in equity that they have is enough incentive for them to try to get that loan re performing again, right and quite often that is the case and we will we will do everything we can to work with them to make that happen but sometimes, people just they go dark, and they bury their head in the sand. They don't respond and then they end up losing the property and the equity that they have in that property, which is unfortunate but it does happen. Michael: Wow! Well, Brian, this like a blew my mind. But let's shift gears here because you also invest in self-storage, which is another really interesting asset class, and folks at the IRS Academy have expressed some interest in learning more about it. So can you give us the high level of again, what should we know about it and what attracted you to that investment class? Brian: Initially, self-storage, once again, is an asset class that I got into because I had a rockstar strategic partner who brought me a deal in self-storage that was just looked amazing on paper and the more I looked into it, and by the way, so this is my partner, Tim puffer in this case, he took Scott Myers course, okay, on investing in self-storage. I don't know if you know who Scott Myers is, but he's one of the trainers out there and he started cold calling self-storage facilities in the area and like the second call he made, he landed a property is 28,000 square foot with a 63,000 square foot office building and the owners were like, Yeah, we're thinking of retiring and moving to Florida. So Tim made them an offer of $1.3 million and we picked it up and we immediately a lot of times you look for the value add in self-storage and one of the value adds is when you buy a property that's been kind of mom and pop operated. You know, they've been proceeding with under the same systems for the past 10 years or so. Right. So they quite often they don't have like an online presence. They're still doing like paper checks and mailing out bills every month. So right away, the first two things we did was we started bumping the rates up to market rate, okay, and we started putting in systems like having a website having automatic booking, you know, so someone could go to our website at 2am Lisa space, and at 2:30am, enter the their number on the keypad and get in and store their stuff. So we automated everything, so we don't need on site management. After a year of that we boosted the value of the property enough that we were able to tear down our office space 3000 square foot of office and put up another 15,000 square foot of storage, this is all drive up storage. So we brought our square footage up to 43,000 square foot, no money out of our pocket, we were basically pulling cash out from the value that we had added in just 12 months and that was about $700,000. So we got it up to 43,000 square foot and then with another two years go by this property we paid $1.3 million for we sold it for 3.5 million. Michael: What…? Brian: So our investors were very happy there. Michael: That is outrageous, that's outrageous… Brian: Yeah, self-storage is probably my favorite asset class just on the principles that it's very easy to manage quite often. Very, very, when you add value, if you have a clear path to adding value, you can add a lot of value and I liked that it's automated too. You don't have to have you. I know some people have on site people to maybe sell boxes and, and locks and stuff. But you don't have to have that you can automate that as well. So I really like self-storage from that those perspectives, that is Michael: Just remarkable and how can people get access to those types of deals? I mean, can somebody go out and buy a self-storage facility and do this themselves? It is something that they should be thinking about doing with that experience, syndicator and operator? What are your thoughts there? Brian: Yeah, so if they want to do it themselves, I highly recommend getting coaching from like a Scott Myers and I know there are other people out there teaching it, if they want to invest with experienced operators like myself, I'm there's a lot of us out there. So, you know, I wish I could say I have tons of self-storage opportunities. But sometimes I do sometimes I don't and I know there are other people out there who are who are buying self-storage as well. Michael: Okay, and what are some, like canary in the coal mine type of things to look out for or red flags to look out for when it comes to both the self-storage facility as an opportunity, as in addition to the operators themselves because like, I don't know anything about self-storage. So other than someone's track record, if they're showing me their offering memorandum? I'm like, I don't know that sounds good. What should we be looking out for? Brian: That's a good question. That's like, how do you judge someone like myself, someone like some of the other syndicators out there who are doing it, I think you need to look at the track record, look at their communications with investors really dig into that what is their expertise in that area and that's why I partner with people who really know their space. I, I don't claim to be a self-storage expert, but I partner with people who are self-storage experts. As far as the facility, here are the metrics you want to look at. Because you're looking at the square footage. First of all, how much square footage is available. A lot of people asked me well, how many units do you have and like I have no idea how many units we have because they're you know, some are five by 510 by 30s 10 by 40s 10, by 10s. You know, so they you can have any configuration of units, it's really the rentable square foot that you want to look at. So we always do a feasibility study because we want to look at how much square footage is in the facility that we might be buying or considering to develop and then what's our competition how much square footage is already available in that area and you want to look at kind of a one mile radius, a three mile radius and a five mile radius that's where most of your customers are going to come from and within that one, three and five mile radius, what's your competition look like? How much square footage is out there already? Then you look at how many people live in that area. What and then what is the square footage per person that's available in that area. So, these are kind of loose metrics not to be taken you know, as a hard and fast rule. But if you have, say, less than four square foot per person in those areas, then you're probably under supplied and you can compute on paper, how much more square footage can be absorbed in those areas. If you have over say, five, seven, you know, closer to 10 square foot per person, then you're probably over supplied, and the absorption rate is going to be a lot slower. The other thing you want to really pay attention to in the feasibility study is the income in the area, you know, you want to see incomes that are at least over 40,000 per year, on average, over 60,000 per year on average, then you're really in a good area to add more or to buy that buy that supply and then of course, you want to look at well, what might be coming online. So you want to check with the city and the municipal municipality to see what's been approved. That may not have been built yet, but it's out there waiting to be built and become a competitor to you. Michael: Okay, I used to live down on the central coast of California and down there, there was like, tons and tons and tons of storage facilities. Is that bad business or is that common practice that were there's one, there's many… Brian: You know, here's probably a huge density of population there. So there's definitely in some of the primary cities, you hear about oversupply, they're over building self-storage and hopefully, those are companies that are building the self-storage that have deep pockets, because eventually that space will lease up, and they'll meet their pro forma but it's going to take longer, because there is this oversupply. So that does it, it is justified, because you have more maybe you have more and more people moving to those areas, there's a lot of density. I prefer secondary and tertiary markets, where you don't have nearly as much competition. But you still be if you when you look at the demographics, and the absorption rate, and you know, the amount of square footage available. There's still a need. So we've recently bought some facilities and I have I have several Self Storage partners. I have another cell storage partner, his name is Charlie Gao and we bought a facility in northern Michigan, that was already 52,000 square foot, we immediately we purchased that, and then we bought 10 acres next to it and we immediately more than doubled the size of that facility and it just came on line two months ago, and it's leasing up three times faster than we anticipated and projected. Michael: People got lots of stuff and they need somewhere to store it. Brian: Yeah, they do. They say self-storage is good in all economies, when the economy is good people buy stuff and they need to store it. When the economy is bad people downsize and they need to store their stuff. Michael: Yeah, I remember that.... My wife and I got a unit when we were traveling in our van because we had moved out of our primary home rented it out and then we were living in a van full time and we hadn't yet bought a new primary to move into so we got a storage unit and I walked into this facility and I'm like, these people are printing money and like I'm a tenant, I'm never gonna call landlord say my toilets broken or my lights broken or I have a clock. You know, like, so many of the problems that people run into or hear about traditional real estate. I don't think exist in self-storage. I'm sure it has its own sets of problems but like man to not have to deal with tenants in the middle of the night. Sounds awesome. Brian: Yeah. Yeah, the calls we might get are the gate is stuck and I can't get out but no one's gonna say the toilets busted. We don't we there's no gas. There's no water and sewer, there's electricity and then there's security cameras and a gate and you know, it's so simple and done, right…. Self-Storage, I think is like an ATM machine. It just, you're right it just you print money with it, if you do it right… Michael: Oh my god. I love it, I love it, Brian. We didn't have a chance to get to short term rentals love to have you back to chat more about that. But for those interested in your podcast in investing with you in reaching out learning more about you and your company, where's the best place for them to do that and what are the names of some of those things we just mentioned? Brian: Yeah, thanks, Michael. So I also host a podcast and you're a guest on there. I'm not sure when this episode comes out, but your episode will come out sometime this summer. The podcast is rental property owner we're in real estate investor podcast, and I host that on behalf of the Rental Property Owners Association here in Michigan and then you can also go to my website to find out more about me. It's my company is Hamrick investment group and the website is H I G investor.com, that's https://www.higinvestor.com/ Michael: Awesome. Well, Brian, thank you so much for coming on here and helping me pick my jaw up off the ground from the things that you were sharing with us. Really appreciate you taking the time. Brian: Thank you, Michael. It's been a pleasure.! Michael: Likewise, take care. We'll talk soon. Okay, everyone, that was our episode a big thank you to Brian, for coming on. If you're watching this on YouTube, you saw my jaw dropped several times. Super, super interesting stuff that Brian is working on and was sharing. So thank you again for coming on as always, if you enjoyed the episode, feel free to leave us a rating or review wherever you get your podcasts and we look forward to seeing on the next one. Happy investing…
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Ron Schara talks with DNR Fisheries Chief, Brad Parsons, about walleyes in Minnesota. How important they are - how much MN raises, and what the future looks like for walleyes. Supported by: Minnesota Historical Society (https://www.mnhs.org/fortsnelling,) Oreo (https://www.oreo.com) & Ritz (https://www.ritzcrackers.com,) Hewitt Docks, Lifts & Pontoon Legs (https://www.hewittrad.com/,) Kinetico (https://www.kinetico.com/,) Minnesota Propane Association “Clean American Energy” (https://propane.com/) & Star Bank (https://www.starbank.net/)
This week the gang recounts some mango fails and ponders Oreo's newest concoction! Support this podcast at https://www.patreon.com/LetsTalkAboutSnacks -- Snack News: Oreo's New Neapolitan Flavor Has a Waffle Cone Cookie and 3 Cremes: https://people.com/food/oreos-new-neapolitan-flavor-has-a-waffle-cone-cookie-and-3-cremes/ Velveeta Has A Cheese-Scented Nail Polish, So We Tried It: https://www.delish.com/food-news/a40216997/velveeta-cheese-scented-nail-polish/ The Latest Viral TikTok Recipe Mixes Balsamic Vinegar and La Croix to Make 'Healthy Coke': https://people.com/food/a-viral-tiktok-recipe-for-healthy-coke-uses-balsamic-vinegar-and-la-croix-the-internet-has-a-lot-to-say-about-it/ Ferrero North America showcases new innovations and partnerships at the 2022 Sweets & Snacks Expo: https://finance.yahoo.com/news/ferrero-north-america-showcases-innovations-130000712.html#amp_tf=From%20%251%24s&aoh=16549671007677&referrer=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.google.com&share=https%3A%2F%2Ffinance.yahoo.com%2Fnews%2Fferrero-north-america-showcases-innovations-130000712.html Locate Lauren on Twitter (@rawrglicious) and check out her Onlyfans! Find Conrad on Twitter (@ConradZimmerman) and peruse his other projects on this Linktree thing. Linda can be located on Twitter (@guzzlinseltzer) and Instagram (@shoresofpluto). You can find her poetry journal at Impostor Lit. Logo by Cosmignon! See more of her cool art at https://www.cosmignon.info/ Music by Michael "Skitch" Schiciano. Hear more of his work at https://skitch.bandcamp.com/
"Thanks for your purchase! Can we get your feedback!?" We are asked for our feedback left and right. We're also giving it unknowingly more often than we think. When it comes to receiving it, why can it sometimes be so difficult? Of course, we all WANT feedback to do better, grow, and be the best humans we can be... but at the same time, wouldn't it be nice if someone could just pat us on the back and tell us, "All good!"? Maybe if they just delivered it the bad news to us sandwiched between all the positive stuff (the Oreo cookie technique)? Today's guest, Sheila Heen will share the unique difficulty around receiving feedback; why this conversation can be so difficult whether you're a giver of it or a receiver. We dive into: What are the different types of feedback are: Appreciation, Coaching, Evaluation, and what each form might look like Why giving feedback can be difficult and getting it can be even harder! The three triggers around feedback that can make us shut down How to get better at receiving feedback by leaning into curiosity What to do if you're naturally more sensitive to feedback What to do if you just don't want it in a certain area or from a certain person Why we need to RE-THINK the Oreo cookie feedback-giving technique And MORE! Links Mentioned: Sheila's Book: Thanks for the Feedback: The Science and Art of Receiving Feedback Well (Even When It's Off-Base, Unfair, Poorly Delivered, and Frankly, You're Not in the Mood) (with Douglas Stone, Viking/Penguin 2014) Sheila's Website She Built This Website About Sheila Sheila is a Founder of Triad Consulting, a Professor of Practice at Harvard Law School, and serves as a Deputy Director of the Harvard Negotiation Project, where she has been developing negotiation theory and practice since 1995. Sheila's corporate clients have included Pixar, Hugo Boss, the NBA, the Federal Reserve Bank, Ford, Novartis, Converse, American Express, and numerous family businesses. She often works with executive teams, helping them to work through conflict, repair working relationships and make sound decisions together. In the public sector she has also provided training for the New England Organ Bank, the Singapore Supreme Court, the Obama and Biden White Houses and theologians struggling with disagreement over the nature of truth and God. Sheila specializes in particularly difficult negotiations – where emotions run high and relationships are strained. She is also a co-author of two New York Times bestsellers: Difficult Conversations: How to Discuss What Matters Most (with Douglas Stone and Bruce Patton, 2nd ed Penguin 2010) and Thanks for the Feedback: The Science and Art of Receiving Feedback Well (Even When It's Off-Base, Unfair, Poorly Delivered, and Frankly, You're Not in the Mood) (with Douglas Stone, Viking/Penguin 2014). She has written for the Harvard Business Review and for the New York Times as a guest expert and as a Modern Love columnist. Sheila and her co-authors are working on a 3rd edition of Difficult Conversations with updates and revisions, which will be released in 2022. Sheila is a frequent media guest and has appeared on shows as diverse as Oprah, NPR, Fox News, and CNBC's Power Lunch. She can be heard on podcast episodes of Shane Parrish's Knowledge Project, Adam Grant's WorkLife, Hidden Brain, and The Tim Ferriss Show. She has spoken at the Global Leadership Summit, the Nordic Business Forum, at The Smithsonian, Apple, Google, Microsoft and at the U.S. Air Force Academy. She got to fly along on a training mission in an F-16 while working with the Air Force to improve feedback to pilots in training. Sheila is a graduate of Occidental College and Harvard Law School. She is schooled in negotiation daily by her three children.
There's DOUGH much we want to tell you about cookies, we had to do it in two episodes! In Part 1 of this epic two-parter, Anna and Lia share their fondest cookie memories and tell us how letting their creativity go wild with cookie decorating was important part of their holiday traditions growing up. They also debate Oreo cookie eating methods — the twist and the dunk — and prove there's no such thing as moderation when it comes to these sweet treats. Then Lia Ballentine, our Chef-Creator, digs into cookie history, presents the “cookie vs. biscuit” debate, and goes through an epic list of cookie holidays. Can you believe there are more than 15 cookie days to celebrate each year? She highlights some of the most interesting cookie days on the calendar (National Spicy Hermit Cookie Day?) then tells us about three important women who have made (and continue to make) a tremendous impact in cookies and culture: Juliette Gordon Low, the founder of the Girls Scouts; Ruth Graves Wakefield, creator of the chocolate chip cookies; and Jasmine Cho, a cookie activist. Stay tuned for Part 2 coming next week, when Anna Van Valin, our Foodlosopher, discusses the century-long battle for the cookie aisle between Oreo and Hydrox!More info from the show:* Watch Jasmine Cho's TEDx Talk: “Cookies as a Form of Activism” * Listen to Phoebe tell another lie in this clip from “Friends” - Connect with us!*Want to support our women and BIPOC-created independent podcast? Buy us a coffee!* For more great content about the stories & foods we talk about on the show (plus a peek BTS) follow us at @FoodDayPod on Instagram, Twitter & Facebook or check out our webpage.* Join our mailing list for extra content and to keep up with all the exciting things we have planned for this season.*Get yourself a delicious Yumday snack box
Here's what's trending - J.Lo is being praised for introducing her child with gender neutral pronouns when they performed together, Kevin Hart has a new plant based food chain opening, and beat the heat with some sweet treats this week!
It's an all-Milka bar episode! You Tried Dat?? tastes out 3 Milka brand Oreo bars: Plain, White Chocolate, and Brownie. Oreo overload! They also have a detailed discussion about male bathroom practices before kicking off the first half of the NBA Mascot Tournament. Follow us on Instagram to see pictures of the snacks @youtrieddat.
Before the open, Kelly Clarkson sings a love song to a bag of Oreos; Bobby Darin weighs in (so to speak) on fat chicks, and Jeff enjoyed last week's clip show. After the theme, Brian's loud cat; Jeff's Vegas massage; Deshawn Watson; Jeff always thought Brian would end up being a sexual pervert; Jeff saw Cirque du Soleil and had a run-in with HR; Vince McMahon b/w pussy is apparently worth $3 million now; how much would you pay for the best pussy of your life?; Brian's balls won't get out of the way; young Vivian Vance; “Nutbush City Limits”; Jeff missed the Grand Canyon; more! Subscribe to TGO Radio on: Apple Podcasts, Amazon Music & Audible, Spotify, and Stitcher.
Laura Schara talks with Kate Ahnstorm Owner of Virginia Shooting Sports and Pro Staffer for Syren Shotguns.Supported by: Minnesota Historical Society (https://www.mnhs.org/fortsnelling,) Oreo (https://www.oreo.com) & Ritz (https://www.ritzcrackers.com,) Hewitt Docks, Lifts & Pontoon Legs (https://www.hewittrad.com/,) Kinetico (https://www.kinetico.com/,) Minnesota Propane Association “Clean American Energy” (https://propane.com/) & Star Bank (https://www.starbank.net/)
On this episode of the hit NBC television show Las Vegas, a chip thief knows a click-clack guy who heard a guy say he was going to do something or other on a day in the future... maybe. One employee goes the extra mile by picking up a shift at knock-off In 'n' Out and another by attempting to get fingerblasted by a masseuse. And Delinda sets up a head-to-head cooking competition between two of her chefs, one of which is an unhinged Austrian, and the other is Gunther. Your exceedingly sophisticated co-hosts discuss the merits of dragging a handcuffed person down the Strip, long for the days of being peppered with flyers by click-clack artists, and contemplate the headache that is moderating the NCIS: LA wikia. Connect with your boys on Twitter @MontecitoPod using the hashtag #LasVegas4Peacock or by emailing them at firstname.lastname@example.org. Just keep your Oreo shakes to yourself, will ya?
Amanda and Ben interviewed Abbey the food scientist on the show! Abbey has a food science PhD degree and is an expert on ice cream microstructure. She also runs the "Abbey the food scientist" YouTube channel, which creates informative and educational videos about "food science for everyone". Abbey and the hosts discussed her journey as a YouTuber and how Abbey communicated food science to her everyday viewers. Abbey also shared details about her ice cream preferences, the fascinating Oreo soggy theory, and her recent episode about food crimes. Abbey's videos: Food Crimes Part 1: Cakes, Milk and Spices Why don't Oreos get soggy when dunked in chocolate milk? Check out previous episodes: https://anchor.fm/food-in-the-hood You can contact us at email@example.com Give us a 5-star!
This week's show is stuffed like a double decker sandwich or those double stuffed Oreos! Obi-Wan Kenobi part 4 was released as well as the first episode of Marvel's Ms. Marvel, this past Wednesday! Agent_70 and Roddykat start off with spoiler light recaps of both shows, for your viewing/listening pleasure!
Two dogs, Oreo and Trooper, are trained to find bodies in unusual places but they also take their handler on a journey of his own T. Harrogate tells PJ https://www.austinmacauley.com/book/cadaver-crime-unit See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Los Güanimes la vuelven a montar en este episodio 105 del “Manicomio Inhabitable” cuando el bonche habla de los sucesos ocurridos con el conductor unen atropella a 1/2 peatón en el municipio de Río Grande. A pesar de las situaciones, todavía no le va bien las cosas al “Hijo de la Gran Putin” en su invasion contra Ukrania. Sigue las insólitas historias en “La Corrupción en el Caldero Rojo. Carlos vuelve con 2 ó 3 datos inútiles de la sección “Datos Inútiles” Y, como si no fuera poco, Eddie se empuja una bolsa de gummy bears y Servo un paquete entero de galletas Oreo. Con la participación de Marcos “Lord” Rodríguez, Deborah “Radioactive Girl” Mateo, Carlos “Voodoo Ranger” Solá, Gustavo “Padre De” Cáez, Gustavito “, Alberto “Súper Servo” Reyes y Eddie “Grandpa Ed” García. ADVERTENCIA: El material discutido en este programa no es apto para menores de 18 años y no representa la opinión de Anchor. Sugerimos discreción). ©2022 Se Rascó Así Productions. Derechos Reservados. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/se-rasc-as/support
A pandemia mudou a maneira das pessoas comprarem chocolate. Como as marcas alteraram suas estratégias para esse “novo mundo”? E como a Lacta colocou, de um dia para outro, um coelho de Páscoa dentro do Big Brother Brasil? O programa Mídia e Marketing desta semana recebe Renata Vieira, que assumiu recentemente o cargo de diretora sênior global da marca Oreo, da Mondelez, biscoito recheado mais vendido do mundo. “O Brasil está num momento positivo de negócios. A habilidade de lidar com cenários adversos é uma coisa muito forte dos brasileiros”.
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It's almost Father's Day! The TechnoRetro Dads look at some of the (scientifically minded) father figures that influenced them in movies and TV. Jay and Shua celebrate Dad-dom on Enjoy Stuff Not all scientists are trying to reanimate the dead. Dr. Frankenstein may not have been a good father figure, but there were plenty of good influences in movies and TV. This week we remember some of the father figures we Enjoy classic movie dads. News Big Hero 6 will soon come to Disney+ The prankster kid from Jaws is now a police chief on the island where the movie was filmed Did you get the limited edition mashup of Peanut Butter Ritz and Oreos? Season 2 of the Godzilla animated series is being released for the first time since it was on TV Check out this sweet ET Atari T-shirt given to the crew that excavated the Alamogordo landfill What we're Enjoying So much great stuff to enjoy this week! Shua can't say enough great stuff about the Disney+ series Obi-Wan Kenobi. Such a phenomenal story. Jay likes that too, and is also watching Stranger Things and Love, Death, and Robots. So much great stuff to catch up on and Enjoy! Sci-Fi Saturdays/MCU Location Scout Be sure to check out Jay's articles on Retrozap.com. In the last few weeks he has covered the Kurt Russell film that started a TV franchise, Stargate; the first Trek movie with Picard as the captain, Star Trek Generations; and Godzilla vs Space Godzilla. And make sure to check out MCULocationScout.com for some Ms Marvel locations. Enjoy Fathers! Did you have a positive father figure in your life? We hope so. Even though both Jay and Shua had supportive and teacherly dads, they still were influenced by other dads in movies and TV. Back in the 60s, Fred MacMurray brought his Absent Minded Professor to life when he helped the students at Medfield College achieve greatness through flubber. For the next generation, Robin Williams did the same thing in the remake, Flubber. While neither of these scientists had children, they were good role models to young people and made sure the bad guy got what was coming to him too. Rick Moranis played a father named Wayne Szalinski, who accidentally shrunk his kids in Honey, I Shrunk the Kids. He may not be responsible when it comes to safely securing his equipment, he would do anything to protect his kids. Another Disney Dad that taught valuable lessons was Cornelius Robinson in Meet the Robinsons. Though there was a complex path for Lewis to get Cornelius's advice, it was still a great message. Doc Brown didn't have kids of his own, but I bet he felt like he was raising young Marty McFly through all of their time traveling adventures. In the end he had a great message that Marty could pass down to all his children that Doc probably visited too. And we have some honorable mention ‘dads' too. These TV scientist help us learn the value of lighting things on fire in our kitchen along with many other lessons. Who can you honor this week during Father's Day? What valuable lesson, science or otherwise, did that person teach you? First person that emails me with the subject line, “Science rules!” will get a special mention on the show. Let us know. Come talk to us in the Discord channel or send us an email to EnjoyStuff@RetroZap.com
Hour 4: We have obtained the Oreo Ritz cookie. Craig says he ain't watching the Mets and Yanks tonight because they are on Apple TV and Amazon. And it's Friday, which means it's time for the Blame Pole.
This week the GP Gang talks about how time-consuming coaching is for them, the recent collaboration between two goats, Ritz and Oreo, and a possible new treatment for pancreatic cancer. New episodes every Thursday - make sure you subscribe so you never miss an episode!
Omnichannel operations are becoming more important than ever, especially for large companies like Mondelēz International, which owns some big-name brands that sell across channels. Wherever and however you're buying Oreos or Sour Patch Kids or any of the dozens of other Mondelēz International brands, Francesca Hahn wants to make sure that the experience is the best it can be. How does she do it and where does social commerce enter the mix? Find out on this episode.Tune in to learn:Why Mondelēz shifted toward DTC why it needs to be a truly extraordinary experience (7:50)Lessons learned creating a DTC Oreo experience (9:50)13:00: How to look at retail and create solid retail partnerships (14:30)Measuring ROI in the ecommerce industry (17:30)Mentions:Brave CommerceCPG GuysUp Next in Commerce is brought to you by Salesforce Commerce Cloud. Learn more at http://www.salesforce.com/commerce Mission.org is a media studio producing content for world-class clients. Learn more at http://www.mission.org.
C.J. Toledano and Alex Wong talk all-things off-the-court, covering NBA fashion, sneakers, pressers, and league current events. This week CJ and Alex are joined by Bleacher Report NBA writer Sean Highkin for their NBA Awards Show, The Breakies! They get into Kyle Kuzma's legendary giant pink sweater, Nikola Jokic accepting the NBA MVP award on horseback, and Giannis' obsession with dad jokes and Oreos. Running the Break with CJ and Alex is a production of iHeart Media and the NBA. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Written by Jenn Hand, Holistic Nutritionist, Board Certified Health Coach, NBC-HWC If you've been in the diet world for any length of time, you know how frustrating the weight battle can be. But what if we're believing the wrong things about weight loss? After helping hundreds of women overcome late night bingeing and finding their normal, I know a thing or two about what works, what doesn't and what keeps us stuck! This blog is going to debunk the 7 biggest myths of weight loss and show you where to focus instead. I recently received an email from a blog reader who said: “Is it normal that this journey is mind numbingly frustrating at times? I feel like I've made great strides in the areas of “normal” eating. I've let go of dieting overall (although I do still overeat at times). But my weight hasn't budged. What is the big secret to losing weight?! How can I view this part of the journey in a different way? It can be incredibly frustrating when you've been desperately trying to find your “normal” around food but feel like you're not making any progress in the weight realm. There are so many “old tapes” we cling to and myths about diet and exercise that can keep us stuck. We're exploring all of this and more in today's blog! Topics in This Article: So What Are the 7 Biggest Myths of Weight Loss? The True Key To Weight Loss Three Areas to Focus On Instead of Weight How I Found My Happy Weight (Personal Story) What's Next? So What Are The 7 Biggest Myths of Weight Loss? If you google “how to lose weight”, approximately 4 million different articles come up. Most of the advice is fad diets, unsustainable food programs and advice that doesn't consider our preferences, lifestyles and complicated relationship to food. Since we are not robots (It's not as simple as drink kale smoothies + run 5 miles = weight loss), our relationship to weight is complicated. Here are the top weight loss myths debunked: Myth #1: Losing weight is a linear process I wish this one was true! I can't tell you how many times I yearned for this process to be linear and straightforward. The reality is, underneath our food and weight struggles is a lot of other stuff! (I.E. we don't trust ourselves around food, we feel out of control, we loath our bodies which impacts food choices, we try to be “good” all the time, we feel guilt over good vs bad foods, we don't know how to stop bingeing, etc) If you're feeling like this process is a few steps forward, a step back, a detour to the side, a missed step, and then questioning any progress at all? That's normal. You ARE making progress. It's just not linear. Sometimes seeds are planted and sprout down the road. Other times we need to hear something multiple times before it clicks. The beliefs that become ingrained in our minds from the diet world take some time to “unlearn” as we are strengthening the habits and beliefs that better serve us. (Read my "How Long It Took Me to Be a Normal Eater" here! I tell you the exact details of my diet journey.) Myth #2: Carbs make you put on weight Carbs get a bad rep when we're dieting. I work with so many women on breaking the “carbs are bad” food rule (that was one of my most stringent rules I tried to adhere too when I was trying to control my food!) Almost all of us have the “carbs make you gain weight” belief in our minds. But remember that vegetables, fruits, beans, peas…are all considered carbohydrates! I'm a firm believer in all foods have their place. That doesn't mean you just eat noodles and bread every meal, but it means that working to find a balanced approach where you can enjoy a piece of pizza IS a part of the larger strategy in finding a comfortable weight. No food is good or bad; it's about finding what works and nourishes YOUR body instead of adhering to some prescribed plan. (And that usually includes finding a more balanced relationship to carbs! More on carbs here!) Myth #3: Restricting is the best way to lose weight So many of us have experienced “success” with this formula: Eat less + restrict sugar/carbs = weight loss. When we're working to find a more peaceful relationship around food, we cling to this old notion. We think we'll NEVER find a comfortable weight if we eat normally. But sustainability is the name of the game. Restriction, in any form, leads to frustration, crankiness, and inevitably going off whatever “plan” we were trying to follow. (Followed by feelings of failures, guilt and blaming ourselves). The best way to restore our bodies weight equilibrium is NOT to restrict! (**Thanks a lot, diet world, for messing with our heads on this one!) Myth #4: Food that tastes good is always bad for you Have you ever bitten into a fresh garden grown tomato? Eaten watermelon on a hot summer day? Tasted simmering homemade spaghetti sauce hot off the stove? There are incredible whole foods that taste delicious and satisfying. In fact, I posted a poll in the Normal Eaters Club a few years ago and asked: If you could eat ANYTHING for your favorite meal, what would it be? The answers were not donuts, cake, cookies, and brownies. They were “my mom's homemade spaghetti”, “my grandma's roast chicken with potatoes”, “a meal from a restaurant I went to in Italy”, and “a Greek dish with cheese and dairy (that I've always told myself I couldn't have) that's been in my family for years”, among others. There are tons of foods out there that taste good AND are satisfying and nutritious. Sometimes it just takes a little bit of experimentation! Myth #5: If you want to lose weight, go on a diet The reality is that diets rarely result in long-term weight loss. Have you ever wondered why we keep going back, again and again, to diets? Because if we go on something, we inevitably go off, and so we keep searching for the next “solution” that'll be the one to last. But none of them DO last. (*A UCLA study found that almost 2/3 of people who dieted gained MORE weight back than they initially lost.) Diets are too hard to maintain. They are usually restrictive, signal to our bodies that we need to “keep fuel” instead of “burn fuel” and miss out on giving us all of the nutrients we need to thrive. Plus, diets make us feel like a failure and we usually get even more frustrated and disillusioned than before! A more balanced, sustainable approach truly is what works for the long haul. Myth #6: Eat less, move more This one might be controversial, especially because most of our “success” around weight has been when we've eaten less and moved more. But hear me out… When we eat less, we can move our bodies into “conservation mode”. This means that our bodies hold onto fuel instead of burning it, in fear it needs to conserve energy for the future. In addition to that, our relationship to food is complicated! Imagine a doctor telling someone who is overweight battling diabetes to just “eat less, move more”. If it were that simple, millions of people wouldn't battle their weight. Food is emotional, mental and even spiritual. So much of our relationship to weight is healing the deeper beliefs, emotions, and habits that keep us stuck if we want the change to last. Myth #7: All calories are equal Counting calories might seem like a great strategy for weight loss. But I could eat 1600 calories of Oreos, bread, steak and donuts or I could eat 1600 calories of vegetables, whole grains and lean proteins. When we fixate just on calories, it misses the bigger picture of nutrition and health. Calorie counting gives us the illusion of control. It gives us a security that we can control what we eat. The reality is, like another other form of trying to control our food, it usually backfires. We go on and off the counting. We rebel at the end of the week and binge on the weekends. Instead of focusing on calories, it can be helpful to focus on balance (see below for more tips on where to focus!) If you prefer to listen to the podcast, check it out here: Here Is the True Key To Weight Loss So what is the biggest factor in weight loss? The most mind numbingly annoying secret to weight loss... … is that it's actually NOT as simple as the diet world makes it out to be. Here is the short list of things that impact weight loss: Genetics Metabolism Hormonal imbalances Stress Seasons Thyroid/Adrenal Glands Gut health Sleep Food sensitivities/allergies And that's just the start! When we're sold this idea that it's OUR fault if we can't lose weight, it only perpetuates the feeling of blame and shame if we struggle. One of my favorite blog posts I've ever written is “The Secret to Lasting Weight Loss” (read it here). There is this deeper component to weight that's missing in the diet world. The real key to weight loss is that depth. Exploring emotions and mindset. Redefining food rules that don't serve us. Discovering what nourishes and satisfies us. Understanding our innate sense of worth (which can reflect out in how we eat). Learning the art of feeling emotions without turning to food. None of this is addressed in the diet world (which is why our “results” don't last!) So where do you start to begin to shift out of the “old” way of viewing weight? Bonus Tips: 3 Areas to Focus on Instead of Weight If many of our weight beliefs and myths of weight loss aren't true, where should we focus instead? Here are three areas to explore: Aim for health over weight When we fixate on weight, we often miss the big picture of overall health. We want to spot reduce, get rid of our flabby bellies or thighs, and get down to a smaller size. What would it look like to focus on health instead? Explore what types of foods would feel nourishing and nutritious. Play around with different ways that you can move your body. Find new recipes to try. Restoring our bodies to their comfortable weight doesn't involve hating ourselves into change. Lasting shifts come from kindness, curiosity, and compassion in learning to let go of habits that don't serve us and replace them with ones that do. Here are some reflections to get you started: What would feel like a nutritious meal? What does it mean to be healthy? How does my body want to move? Where can I bring in more balance around food? How does it feel to explore health over weight? What is one healthy habit you want to play with? Look at the emotional & mental side of food When I used to desperately try to “stop” the diet/binge cycle, I neglected a huge piece of the puzzle: my emotions and mindset. I ate when I was stressed, bored, had anxiety or felt angst. But I also ate because emotionally, I didn't know how to deal with life. Mentally, I was insanely critical of myself and hated my body (which would always cause me to overeat). Our thoughts and emotions play a critical role in how we eat. This is a big missing piece of any diet; it doesn't look more deeply into WHY we do what we do around food. Explore where your emotions and mindset play into how you're eating. This can be very eye-opening and insightful! Because when we get to the root of why we do something, we can address the real cause of the problem. Work on one habit a day Often when we have a lot of things we want to change, it becomes overwhelming, and we shut down (and then don't change anything)! What can you focus on today or this week? Bring yourself back to just ONE thing you can change. It could be physical, mental, or emotional. This process is small daily habits that build up to big changes over time. (The opposite of what we learn in the diet world…we do XYZ to “get” a result. This path is learning how to create small shifts over time vs getting to the “end” for a result). Here are a few ideas to experiment with: Meal plan dinners for this week Moving your body for 10-15 minutes a day Eating a vegetable with dinner Trying one new fruit or vegetable 3x this week Packing your lunch for work Monday-Friday Say one nice thing to yourself in the mirror every morning The path to weight loss is all about letting go of the myths we believed, exploring more deeply our emotions and mental tapes and redefining our areas of focus! How I Found My Own Happy Weight I always hesitate to share my own "weight" story, as I think for some people, it can detract from the overarching goal: finding food freedom and being "normal". But I've had many women ask about my own weight journey and here are some of the things that helped me arrive at my body's comfortable weight: Putting Weight Second I always had this desperate battle between wanting to lose weight but also wanting to stop dieting/bingeing. When the desire to stop bingeing/dieting moved into the "top priority", it helped me heal what needed to heal. That doesn't mean I didn't want to lose weight. It just meant that I was determined to learn how to stop bingeing, trust my body, figure out how to eat "normally", look at my emotions, explore body image, and do the hard inner work it takes to shift habits at a deeper level. Learning What My Body Needed I've gone through a thousand different phases of how I eat over the years to learn more and more what works for my own body. This is important because we are not designed to just "follow" a plan. We need to learn what works for OUR OWN bodies! Each of us is different. Some people do better with more or less animal protein. Others can handle higher carbs (others lower). Some people need to eat more often than others. I've gone vegetarian, explored more vs less animal protein consumption, experimented with higher and lower amounts of carbs, eaten less dairy to see how it would impact my skin, played with amount of fat and fiber for satiation, and have learned to keep tuning in to see what my body is needing and wanting. This has helped settle my weight over the long haul. Hormonal Balancing I've seen natural health practitioners and used many holistic health remedies over the years. My belief is that often times our out of balance weight may be a reflection of an internal imbalance. So when I've had weight stuckpoints, I've turned to the natural health world to calm my adrenals (hormonal balancing) and to help my body come back into balance. (*This is my belief, so may not resonate with everyone!) What's Next? More Resources For You There are a bunch of different resources for you to explore different aspects of weight in more depth: Can You Lose Weight without Dieting? Food Freedom Bundle How to Be a Normal Eater Book 3 Best Tools to End Emotional Eating (And the Quiz) "I Gained Weight and Feel Like a Failure" Work with Me I've been helping women like you become normal eaters since 2015. I've worked with hundreds of women, helping them to balance their bodies, let go of the scale, stop obsessing over food, and start feeling amazing again! As an accredited health coach with a background in nutrition, I know how to support you into making real positive change that lasts. If you're ready to finally see a lasting change and experience true freedom, you can schedule a free introductory call with me. Click here to schedule a free 15-minute introductory call to see how I can help you become a normal eater!
Colfax had a fun time dealing with his kids sneaking sugar in the night, this all culminated during the last week of school and the lessons learned are great. Take a listen as the guys talk about sugar, kids, gaming and more. Adventures in Dadland is a show about two friends and the fun quirky events that happen with their kids. No one really talks about the crazy things that happen with their children, but we're unafraid to share! Hop in and have some fun. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/adventures-in-dadland/support
Listen to Sean Rima on demand. Topics include the full court press from the democrats to take your guns, and their ignorance-facilitated obsession with the AR-15. June is Pride Month, and many companies including Oreo and Major League Baseball are jumping on the bandwagon. On a lighter, yet stinkier note, Kim Kardashian says she would eat feces, if it meant she could look younger. Uncle Sean has some advice for anyone seriously considering this crappy diet.
My Memorial Day weekend in Coney Island with FWF NYC (Fun With Friends) Big Shout to To Taj Louge NYC,WTF is Monkey Pox, and should we be concerned?Russia lose another business over the war with Ukraine, Ritz Crackers, and Oreo cookies team up for a limited-edition snack release, you hear for it or Nah?Tesla C.E.O Demading office employees return full time to work. Amber Hurst losses defamation trial, Michael B Jordan and Lori Harvey call it quits, and More...I.G - Only1JaylightTwitter- Only1Jaylight
This week, You Tried Dat?? pits Daelmans Stroopwafels up against two new Oreo flavors: Mocha Caramel Latte and Chocolate Confetti Cake. They also discuss awkward road trip experiences before learning what ingredients make up some of the most famous international sandwiches. Follow us on Instagram to see pictures of the snacks @youtrieddat.
In the third hour of the morning show, Larry O'Connor and Patrice Onwuka talked to We Back Blue's Melissa Robert and gun rights expert John Lott. They also examined the bizarre combination of Grey Poupon and ice cream as well as Ritz Crackers and Oreos. Plus, they talked about CNN scaling back their breaking news alerts. For more coverage on the issues that matter to you, visit www.WMAL.com, download the WMAL app or tune in live on WMAL-FM 105.9 FM from 5-9 AM ET. To join the conversation, check us out on Twitter: @WMALDC, @LarryOConnor, @Jgunlock,and @patrickpinkfile. Show website: https://www.wmal.com/oconnor-company/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
We don't care what flavor it is, WE'RE IN! Jonesy flies in and sets his thermostat to 65 degrees. Thomas can't come within 100 feet of Level 9 Studios and Frank gets a 6am wake up prank from special guest Sylvia! The crew talk about Oreos, Mona Lisa cake incident, Dead vs Dolls and rank 80's soundtrack songs. Rest in Peace Ray Liotta...
Discover how you can gain back control of your business and avoid underselling yourself Find out what are the marketing strategies that fit your business and guarantee high sales without the stress Understand the importance of strategizing your proposal to turn prospects into high-paying clients Resources/Links: To learn more about how you can build the business you've always wanted without the marketing stress, click here: https://www.marketing-mentor.com/ Summary Do you feel like you're underselling yourself; are you always being ghosted by your prospects? Have you been struggling with looking for the right money-making marketing strategy? How can you make an effective proposal that will turn your prospects into clients? Ilise Benun is a business coach for creative professionals, a national speaker, the author of 7 books, and the founder of Marketing-Mentor.com. In this episode, Ilise talks about how you can form better relationships with your prospects and turn them into high-paying clients through the proposal Oreo strategy. Check out these episode highlights: 01:34 - Ilise's ideal client: “My ideal client is creative professionals. So, designers of all types, copywriters, who want, I like to say, better clients with bigger budgets or bigger clients with better budgets.” 01:58 - The problem she solves: “So for the most part, my clients are not marketing themselves because they don't like marketing. And they just think word-of-mouth is the best marketing tool and they end up just taking whatever comes along.” 02:39 - The symptom of the problem: “They're taking whatever comes along, and probably not being paid what they think they're worth for their work. Often their clients or their prospects are ghosting them and not responding to their outreach or to their follow-up.” 03:38 - Clients' common mistakes before consulting Ilise: “Often, the thing is that there are too many marketing tools to be using and too many ways to find prospects. And so often people are just doing a little bit of everything, and that's not what works.” 04:41 - Ilise's Valuable Free Action (VFA): “Well, this is where I want to describe the proposal Oreo strategy because it's something anyone can do. And it's like a sandwich cookie. So instead of when a prospect says just send me a proposal and then you spend a lot of time, invest a lot of time on a proposal and you don't know if it's a good thing to do.” 06:56 - Ilise's Valuable Free Resource (VFR): To get marketing-mentor.com 07:19 - Q: What are the marketing tools that work? A: And they are strategic networking, targeted outreach, and content marketing, all focused on a particular niche or vertical market so that they see you over time. Tweetable Takeaways from this Episode: “You have to focus. You have to figure out where are your ideal clients.” -Ilise BenunClick To Tweet Transcript (Note, this was transcribed using a transcription software and may not reflect the exact words used in the podcast) Tom Poland 00:10 Greetings, everyone, and a very warm welcome to another edition of Marketing the Invisible. I'm Tom Poland beaming out to you from the little sunshine coast in Queensland, Australia, joined today by Ilise Benin. Ilise, good day from down under. A very warm welcome. Where are you based? Ilise Benun 00:24 Thank you so much, Tom. I'm happy to be here! And I am based in Savannah, Georgia in the US on the Southern Eastern coast. Tom Poland 00:32 How's the weather right now? Ilise Benun 00:34 It's lovely! Nice and warm for February, much warmer than usual but just how I like it. Tom Poland 00:40 Just slipping into spring. Sounds nice! For those of you who don't know Ilise, she's a business coach for creative professionals. She is also a national speaker. She's the author of,
This week we've got cheese aged by rap music; a Juneteenth ice cream flavor debacle; how fast food and junk food keeps you coming back; price controls at the airport; the poor people who want to save a volcano; National Doughnut Day is upon us; Taco Bell wasn't ready for the Mexican Pizza fervor; TSA Pre is NOT for everyone; Pepsi says goodbye to the Super Bowl Half-Time Show; and the ridiculous notion that you can trademark a color. All of that, and more pop culture silliness from Dale & Scott.
We're back after a long weekend! We talk a bit about family parties. Jack tells a story about getting caught smoking weed at Kennywood as a teen. Mike is appearing in studio at WDVE on the search for a dad. And East Carson was crazy this weekend with people twerking on cop cars. In sports, Jack is wondering if Johnny is right about Kenny Pickett. Mike discovers professional corn hole on ESPN and The Situation was the celebrity player. Deshawn Watson gives Anthony Watkins a Rolex. And Travis Kelce went Dutch with his girlfriend for 5 years. Ritz Cracker is combining snacks with Oreo. T.I.'s son trys to fight a Waffle House worker. The new Elvis movie got a 12 minute standing ovation, which is way too long. And a Kardashian learns a new fertility technique. All that and more on this week's episode of Greenfield's Finest Podcast!
Alex and Kevin are back from Boston where they attended HOW Design Live and presented the Dieline awards. They talk about Kanye West's McDonald's packaging design, Taco Bell sells out of the Mexican Pizza and postpones Mexican Pizza the Musical, Mona Lisa gets caked, Ritz and Oreo drop and extremely limited edition treat, Salvation Army joins the conversation on distressed sneaker convo, and more!~KANYE AND MCDONALDS?https://thedieline.com/blog/2022/5/23/ye-comes-back-to-instagram-teases-naoto-fukasawa-and-mcdonalds-packaging-collabMONA LISA GOT CAKEDhttps://www.vulture.com/2022/05/man-throws-cake-glass-around-mona-lisa-louvre.htmlRITZ X OREOhttps://thedieline.com/blog/2022/5/25/sweet-meets-cute-with-salty-for-this-oreo-and-ritz-collab-cookieTACO BELL SELLS OUT OF THE MEXICAN PIZZA, THE MUSICAL IS POSTPONEDhttps://www.livingmas.com/post/taco-bell-is-sold-out-of-mexican-pizzas-postponing-mexican-pizza-the-musicalSALVATION ARMY DUNKS ON BALENCIAGAhttps://www.highsnobiety.com/p/salvation-army-balenciaga-truly-destroyed/https://trulydestroyed.com/
June is here, and with it a barrage of propaganda coming from companies like Oreo and Target who want you to disregard truth. How do we navigate the cultural waters? With wisdom. Today I'll be sharing insight from the Bible regarding the value of seeking wisdom and reading some of today's headlines. SHOW NOTES --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/heidistjohn/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/heidistjohn/support
Comedians DARREN CARTER and MIKE BLACK talk LA County Fair, Kissing Booths, carnival slang, Ritz Crackers, Oreos, French Fries, Hamburgers, Gratitude Lists, Comedy Store, Comedy Clubs, Being Thankful and More!JUNE 24 Flappers Burbank, CA 7:30JULY 28 Goofy's New Braunfels, TexasJULY 29-30 Upstage Lounge San Antonio, TexasAUGUST 17-18 Off The Hook Naples, FLKeep moving forward and do something positive for yourself everyday.Thanks for watching my comedy clips, Pocket Party Podcast and Vlogs. Have a great day! Every time you tell someone about me, share a video, or click the "Like" button It helps.So THANK YOU!Have a great day and keep shining!
Oreos on Pizza? Holly tells us about the Stranger Things single that is topping the charts. Plus we double down on the D-bags with Meghan Markle Sharna Burgess and how Camila Cabello ties in to the game of soccer.
I have been an emotional eater for as long as I can remember. I grew up with food sort of being the only comfort in a tumultuous family, in a family with a lot of pain and anger and trauma around it, a place where I felt very unsafe at times. Food was my friend; food was a celebration. If something was good, if there was a holiday if I did something in school, we celebrated with food. Food was also there if I was having a hard time or a bad day or I felt scared or alone or angry, I learned to stuff it down with Oreos or chips or fries or everything that was in the refrigerator. And I learned to basically treat every big emotion with food. And that's what I want to talk about today. And I want to talk about emotional eating. And I want to talk about binge eating and the cycle that that has played in my life because I know many of you will understand and can identify with that. And I want to talk about it today because as I have learned something in the last six months that has totally changed my relationship with food and therefore my life. --- Do you get my weekly Sunday email? Come join in the fun! https://msrachelhollis.com/insider/ Grab a Start Today Journal: https://thehollisco.com/collections/start-today Are we friends on YouTube? Let's catch up! https://www.youtube.com/c/RachelHollisMotivation/videos Follow my journey on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/MsRachelHollis/ Let's be workout buddies: https://letsriseapp.com/ Have you heard about the HOTLINE yet? Call (737) 400-4626 to leave a question for Rachel or share your story about the podcast. We can't wait to hear from you! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The Two Bobs episode 183 for Monday, May 30, 2022: What are The Bobs drinking? Rob enjoyed a Dragon's Milk Triple Mash from Hew Holland. https://dragonsmilk.com/dragons-milk-triple-mash Robert took down a Carrot Cake Slang Du Jour Sour a la Mode from Drekker. https://untappd.com/b/drekker-brewing-company-slang-du-jour-carrot-cake/4798982 Follow us on Untapped at @PhilRoberts33 and @robertk328 we'll use your credit card to buy Ritz Oreos. Oreo and Ritz got together, made sweet love and had a baby. https://www.chewboom.com/2022/05/24/ritz-crackers-and-oreo-cookies-unveil-new-ritzxoreo-treat/ This week's CRAZY NEWS is like that one time you got wasted and had your ex's name tattooed to your taint. This guy's wife is glitching. https://futurism.com/married-hologram-glitch?mc_cid=8bb0bec52c&mc_eid=5c6ebd72b0 Of all the cheeseburger heists we've covered this one is the most adorable. https://www.huffpost.com/entry/toddler-cheeseburger-heist-reactions_n_628c154de4b05cfc269024cb A sheep was sentenced to three years in prison for killing a woman in Africa. https://www.ndtv.com/offbeat/sheep-sentenced-to-three-years-in-jail-for-killing-a-woman-in-africa-3003935 A woman is wanted for calling 911 over a messed-up McDonald's order.https://www.fox13news.com/news/polk-county-woman-wanted-for-calling-911-over-mcdonalds-order Florida man blew up someone's mailbox over a landscaping dispute with the previous homeowner.https://www.fox35orlando.com/news/florida-man-accused-of-blowing-up-homeowners-mailbox-in-dispute-over-landscape-services This lady pulled an Amber Heard at a Walmart self-check-out (In case you've been living under a rock for the past few months, she pooped on it). https://dailynewsreported.com/car-wax/woman-channels-amber-heard-as-she-shits-in-self-checkout-line-at-walmart/ Please share the show with your friends, and don't forget to subscribe! Visit www.thetwobobs.com for our contact information. Thanks for listening! Leave us a message or text us at 530-882-BOBS (530-882-2627) Join us on all the social things: Follow us on Twitter Check out our Instagram Follow Rob on Untappd Follow Robert on Untappd The Two Bobs Podcast is © The Two Bobs. For more information, see our Who are The Two Bobs? page, or check our Contact page. Words, views, and opinions are our own and do not represent those of our friends, family, or our employers, unless otherwise noted. Music for The Two Bobs was provided by JewelBeat.
This… is one of our more loose episodes ever. We sit down and catch up on everything from what we're reading to how Laura avoids death while foraging in the woods, from an analysis of what makes a good children's board book to how we're carrying on during a moment of intense national trauma. Also we talk about book advances for a minute. Also we talk about toucans for a minute. At one point we get distracted by Oreos on a shelf. Come join the vibe–you'll like it here, we promise.
This week, Juliet and Jacoby discuss a woman in England living as a “freegan,” a Jif peanut butter recall, and the portion size at Kourtney Kardashian's wedding. This week's Taste Test is a competition to see who can find the best popcorn product and they close by sharing their personal food news. Hosts: Juliet Litman and David Jacoby Associate Producer: Mike Wargon Musical Elements: Devon Renaldo Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
On today’s episode…..In the first half of the show we discuss the Texas shooting and the current state of affairs and how we feel about it (00:17:00). Three nice feel good stories to end the show like asteroids not hitting the earth and hero kittens (01:00:34). (00:00:00) - Timestamps Cup of Coffee in the Big Time (00:05:40) - Not so fun fact: Guns overtook car crashes for leading cause of death of children and teenagers since 2020 (00:06:50) - This week Krispy Kreme did a free dozen donuts for seniors in high school (00:09:16) - Disgusting pedophile Josh Duggar was sentenced to 12 and a half years in prison (00:12:05) - Kate Moss testified that Johnny Depp did not throw or push her down stairs that she slipped and he rushed to her aid (00:13:57) - Oreo and Ritz announced a new collaboration, half Ritz and peanut butter and half Oreo (00:17:00) - We discuss the school shooting in Texas in depth TikTok International Moment (00:40:40) - Sudan - A ram killed a woman in, after headbutting her and he’s been sentenced to 3 years of hard labor (00:46:24) - Japan - A really creepy guy bought a dog suit and lives like a dog now (00:50:50) - Louisiana - A man drove his home through a town and knocked down all the power lines then abandoned the house Triple Nice (00:57:41) - A giant asteroid once described as potentially hazardous by NASA will pass by earth harmlessly later this week (00:59:09) - The 2nd annual Josh Fight took place in Nebraska and the Joshes raised 21k for a local Children’s Hospital (01:00:34) - Binx the cat, a 6 week old kitten was found outdoors trying to take care of 3 two week old kittens he found and all four cats are healthy and in the same foster home These stories, and much more, brought to you by our incredible sponsors: Feals- Premium CBD to help you relax or help with pain. Go to https://feals.com/factor and you'll get 50% off your first order with free shipping Black Buffalo - If you’re 21 or over and dip or chew, it’s time to get with Black Buffalo. It’s everything you love about dipping, just without the actual tobacco leaf or stem. Head to https://BlackBuffalo.com and use promo code HARDFACTOR at checkout for 25% off your first orde Go to store.hardfactor.com and patreon.com/hardfactor to support the pod with incredible merch and bonus podcasts Leave us a Voicemail at 512-270-1480, send us a voice memo to firstname.lastname@example.org, and/or leave a 5-Star review on Apple Podcasts to hear it on Friday's show Other Places to Listen: Spotify, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, Lots More... Watch Full Episodes on YouTube Follow @HardFactorNews on Instagram,
Hour 2:There is a limited edition snack coming out on Thursday that has peaked the boys interest. Today is our one-year anniversary on SNY. And in honor of the celebration, the boys discuss some of their favorite ice cream.