Petros Papadakis of Fox Sports joins Dave Softy Mahler to talk about the start to the Washington Huskies season, the win over Michigan State, Michael Penix getting hype for the Heisman Trophy, being on the call for Stanford this week, and Herm Edwards.
In the second hour, Dave Softy Mahler and Dick Fain talk to Petros Papadakis about the Huskies win over Michigan State and Stanford coming up, then the guys discuss the hype for the Mariners going towards the playoffs before listening and reacting to texts.
Who is Alexis Papadakis-Greenberg?A real estate agent in the Englewood, Colorado area, Alexis works at eXp Realty, LLC. She helps people reduce homebuying stress as she educates them about the housing market. Alexis is a 25-year Wall Street veteran who has held key roles with several of the nation's top financial firms. She moved from New York to Colorado in 2018 where she is crushing it in real estate as a leader in luxury listings. I'm excited to bring Alexis on the show, as she's in a completely different part of the country than I am, and she's so knowledgeable. Join us to find out what she has to say about our industry and how you can be more successful as a Realtor. Quotations “Align yourself with people that are doing what you're doing and just model whatever it is they're doing.” “You have as much success as you prepare yourself for.” “Now that I'm mentoring agents, I'm trying to really figure out how to give them my ‘secret sauce'—which is just work ethic.” “You cannot sell real estate from inside your house.” Find out the following and more: How Wall Street prepared Alexis for success in real estate The importance of trusting your instincts How Alexis transitioned from finance to real estate How to get out of your head and make the important decisions The importance of hard work and preparation· Alexis's advice to struggling Realtors ResourcesFacebook and Instagram: Keeping It Real Estate YouTube Channel (Upcoming): Keeping It Real Estate Contact Alexis Papadakus GreenbergeXp Realty, LLC Office 9800 PYRAMID CT STE 400 Englewood, CO 80112 (888) 440-2724 Phone Her website Podcast edited by Kenny Carfagno. Show notes and blog posts are created by http://www.harshmanservices.com/best-podcast-show-notes-service (Jennifer Harshman) and https://my.captivate.fm/RealtorEmails.com (RealtorEmails). John Schuchman is a licensed REALTOR® in Lancaster, PA, with Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Homesale Realty and a part of the Andrew Welk Group. The opinions shared on this show represent the opinions & values of John Schuchman and do not necessarily represent the opinions & values of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Homesale Realty. The opinions & ideas shared in this podcast do not guarantee or promise any results of success to the listener.
Petros Papadakis joins Dave Softy Mahler to talk about how Seattle booed Russell Wilson during Monday Night Football this week, Pete Carroll's satisfaction level after beating his former quarterback, and the Huskies facing Michigan State on Saturday.
In the second hour, Dave Softy Mahler and Dick Fain chat with Petros Papadakis about Russell Wilson's reception by Seahawks fans and UW facing Michigan State, then the guys discuss today's Mariners win before listening and reacting to some of today's texts.
X-ray illuminated accretion discs and quasar microlensing disc sizes by I. E. Papadakis et al. on Wednesday 14 September We study the half-light radius versus black hole mass as well as the luminosity versus black hole mass relations in active galactic nuclei (AGN) when the disc is illuminated by the X-ray corona. We used KYNSED, a recently developed spectral model for studying broadband spectral energy distribution in AGN. We considered non-illuminated Novikov-Thorne discs and X-ray illuminated discs based on a Novikov-Thorne temperature radial profile. We also considered the case where the temperature profile is modified by a colour-correction factor. We assumed that the X-ray luminosity is equal to the accretion power that is dissipated to the disc below a transition radius. The half-light radius of X-ray illuminated radii can be up to some three to four times greater than the radius of a standard disc, even for a non-spinning black hole, due to the fact that the absorbed X-rays act as a secondary source of energy, increasing the disc temperature. Non-illuminated discs are consistent with observations, but only at the 2.5sigma level. On the other hand, X-ray illuminated discs can explain both the half-light radius-black hole mass as well as the luminosity-black hole mass relation in AGN, for a wide range of physical parameters. In addition, we show that the observed X-ray luminosity of the gravitationally lensed quasars is fully consistent with the X-ray luminosity that is necessary for heating the disc. X-ray disc illumination was proposed many years ago to explain various features that are commonly observed in the X-ray spectra of AGN. Recently, we showed that X-ray illumination of accretion disc can also explain the observed UV/optical time-lags in AGN, while in this work, we show that the same model can also account for the quasar micro-lensing disc size problem. These results support the hypothesis of the disc X-ray illumination in AGN. arXiv: http://arxiv.org/abs/http://arxiv.org/abs/2207.12473v2
One of the favorite investments of billionaires are sports teams. The sports industry can be very lucrative, but largely out of reach for individual investors. In this week's episode, COO & Chief Real Estate Officer of the United Soccer League Justin Papadakis, joins co-hosts Ben Fraser and Jim Maffucio for an interesting discussion about his experience building this growing soccer league, how they create grassroots interest in new sports teams, and the over 40 stadium projects in their pipeline. Listen in to hear about their approach to this elusive asset class! Read the full transcription https://aspenfunds.us/podcast/sports-investing-in-sports-teams-feat-justin-papadakis/ Connect with Justin on LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/justin-papadakis-9b466522/ Learn more about USL - https://www.uslsoccer.com/ Invest Like a Billionaire podcast is sponsored by Aspen Funds which focuses on macro-driven alternative investments for accredited investors. Learn More about Aspen Funds. https://www.aspenfunds.us Join the Investor Club to get early access to exclusive deals. https://www.aspenfunds.us/investorclub
Petros Papadakis joins Dave Softy Mahler to talk about calling Saturday's Huskies win over Kent State, Michael Penix as Washington's new quarterback, Oregon getting blown out by Georgia in the first week, Utah narrowly losing to Florida, and playoff expansion.
In the second hour, Dave Softy Mahler and Dick Fain chat with Petros Papadakis about the first week of the college football season and calling the Huskies win, then they talk about a poll about how far the Mariners need to advance before reacting to some texts.
Investment opportunities in real estate are many and varied. For the savvy investor, there are a number of ways to make money in this lucrative field. One way to invest in real estate is to buy the property and then lease it out to tenants. This can provide a steady stream of income, and the value of the property may appreciate over time. Another way to make money in real estate is to purchase investment properties, such as apartments or office buildings, and then sell them for a profit. This type of investment often requires a higher initial investment, but it can offer the potential for greater rewards. Whichever way you choose to invest in real estate, there are numerous opportunities for profit. With careful research and planning, you can maximize your chances for success. Real estate investing can be a great way to build your wealth and secure your financial future. With the right approach, it can be a very lucrative endeavor. If you are considering investing in real estate, there are a few things you should keep in mind. First, you need to have a solid plan. Without a plan, it will be difficult to make money in this business. You need to know what properties you want to buy, how much you are willing to spend on each property, and what your goals are for each property. Second, you need to have the discipline to stick to your plan. There will be times when the market is down and properties are not selling. Do not let these periods discourage you; instead, use them as an opportunity to buy low and sell high. Finally, you need to be patient. Real estate investing is not a get-rich-quick scheme; it takes time and effort to see a return on your investment. However, if you are willing to put in the work, real estate investing can be a great way to build your wealth and secure your financial future.
In the second hour of the show, Dave Softy Mahler and Dick Fain talk with Petros Papadakis about Kent State and their defense, the Soul Collectors, then the guys try to determine whether the Dawgs are more likely to go 6-6 or 10-2, followed by their reaction to listener texts.
Today we are exploring if placenta encapsulation is worth the hype. The placenta is an organ that develops in the uterus during pregnancy. This structure provides oxygen and nutrients to a growing baby. It also removes waste products from the baby's blood. The placenta attaches to the wall of the uterus, and the baby's umbilical cord arises from it. It is pretty phenomenal really! So what, if anything should we do with our placenta once it is birthed? Culture to culture it varies and today we explore the research and anecdotal research of placenta encapsulation so you can make an informed choice as to what resinates with you. In this episode we cover: - What is the placenta? - What different cultures do with the placenta and why? - The research and anecdotal research of placenta encapsulation. - Shells personal experience with placenta encapsulation. - What happens if you choose to keep your placenta in the hospital system - And of course heaps more. Find our guest Anna: Website: openingtolife.com.au Instagram: instagram.com/openingtolife/
Petros Papadakis of Fox Sports joins Dave Softy Mahler to talk about drinking and a few fun stories, the Washington Huskies football program turning things around after a tough season last year, Kalen DeBoer taking over at UW plus young and fresh coaches.
In the second hour, Dave Softy Mahler and Dick Fain chat with Petros Papadakis about drinking and Washington Huskies football before the guys discuss today's frustrating loss by the Mariners to the Nationals before listening and then reacting to listener texts.
In the second hour, Dave Softy Mahler and Dick Fain chat with Petros Papadakis about his tech issues and a look into the Huskies this season, then they react to the Mariners sweep against the Angles and listen to texts
In the second hour, Dave Softy Mahler and Dick Fain chat with Petros Papadakis about Pac-12 Media Day and Vin Scully passing away, then the guys discuss how the Castillo trade sets up the Mariners pitching staff for the playoffs before reacting to a few texts.
Petros Papadakis joins Dave Softy Mahler to talk about Pac-12 Media Day last week including the comments by the Commissioner, the pre-season poll that has Oregon and Utah at the top of the conference, and Vin Scully passing away Tuesday at 94 years old.
Justin Papadakis (@JustinPapadakis), COO and Chief Real Estate Officer for the United Soccer League (USL), takes us inside the business of the growing U.S. soccer league. Papadakis is the first executive in U.S. sports with the Chief Real Estate title. We discuss the USL's business model and how the league is using their soccer franchises as the anchor to develop real estate around their stadiums. In our sports business headlines of the week, we examine Deshaun Watson's suspension by the NFL, 2-Time Master champion Bubba Watson's jump to LIV Golf and we reflect on the life and legacy of Boston Celtics great Bill Russell, who passed away this week at age 88. Listen to the award-winning Sports Business Radio podcast on iTunes, Spotify, Amazon Music or at www.sportsbusinessradio.com. WATCH this interview on the Sports Business Radio YouTube channel at www.sportsbusinessradio.com. Follow Sports Business Radio on Twitter @SBRadio and on Instagram @SportsBusinessRadio. This week's edition of Sports Business Radio is presented by @UnderdogFantasy. Underdog Fantasy is the Official Gaming Partner of Sports Business Radio and the fastest growing fantasy app ever released with investors that include Mark Cuban, Kevin Durant, Adam Schefter and Jared Goff. The Underdog Fantasy app is available at Underdogfantasy.com, on iOS, and on Android. We've got a SPECIAL OFFER FOR SPORTS BUSINESS RADIO LISTENERS: New users get up to $100 matched on their first deposit when they use the code SBR. So download the app at underdogfantasy.com and then enter the promo code SBR to get up to $100 to play with. Sports Business Radio is also brought you by @Rhone. Rhone makes the absolute highest quality, best fitting and most comfortable performance driven clothing for men. Rhone is offering a 15% discount to Sports Business Radio listeners when you enter the promo code SBR15 at checkout. #USL #soccer #sportsbusiness #NFL #NBA Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In the second hour, Dick Fain and Hugh Millen talk to Petros Papadakis about Shohei Ohtani and changes with West Coast college football, then the guys listen and react to Pete Carroll's first Training Camp press conference before they listen and react to texts
Petros Papadakis joins Dick Fain to talk about Julio Rodriguez taking over Los Angeles last week at MLB All Star Week, the Angels situation with Shohei Ohtani, Pac-12 moves and if the Big 10 is going to add more Western teams and what it means for the Pac-12.
In the second hour, Dick Fain and Hugh Millen chat with Petros Papadakis about having the MLB All Star Game in Los Angeles and the future of the Pac-12, then the guys talk about how the college football landscape could change before reacting to listener texts.
Petros Papadakis joins Dick Fain to talk about having the MLB All Star Game and Home Run Derby in Los Angeles this week plus the latest news with the Pac-12 conference and what the future may hold with Governor Gavin Newsom's comments about UCLA.
In the second and final hour of the show, Dave Softy Mahler and Dick Fain hear from Petros Papadakis on USC's departure from the Pac-12, Dick Fain makes his picks for the Open Championship, and the guys discuss Julio Rodriguez participating in next week's Home Run Derby.
College football personality Petros Papadakis joins Prater and Mallory for a conversation about the state of college football after the recent news that USC and UCLA are leaving for the Big Ten. Papadakis is a former USC player - and also has a few things to say about family friend Hank Bachmeier.
John Canzano speaks to Fox Sports broadcaster and former USC Trojan Petros Papadakis about the recent news that USC and UCLA will be joining the Big Ten in 2024. Papadakis provides analysis on the topic from a USC and LA perspective. Subscribe NOW to this podcast for more great content. And tune in to the BFT with John Canzano live every weekday from 3-6 p.m. on 750 The Game! Follow @JohnCanzanoBFT on Twitter
Petros Papadakis joins Dave Softy Mahler to talk about kids, the Texas Longhorns getting highly rated quarterback Arch Manning, the Washington Huskies big week in recruiting, his broadcasting schedule for this fall, and the first game against Kent State.
In the second hour, Dave Softy Mahler and Dick Fain chat with Petros Papadakis about college football recruiting and the Washington Huskies, then the guys talk about the M's picking up another win over Baltimore before they listen and react to texts from the day.
Justin Papadakis the COO and Chief Real Estate Officer at the United Soccer League (USL). We discuss where the league fits in today's sports landscape, how its ownership and profitability model works, the league's aggressive real estate expansion plans, and more. Enjoy!
In the second hour, Dave Softy Mahler and Dick Fain chat with Petros Papadakis about the Washington Huskies upcoming football season, then the guys discuss the latest rumor regarding Baker Mayfield to the Seahawks before listening and reacting to texts.
Petros Papadakis joins Dave Softy Mahler to talk about his dog allergy, the trash pickup methods in his neighborhood, Washington Huskies football recruiting and their strategy, if UW is still Defensive Back U, expectations for their ‘22 season and the Pac-12 overall.
Petros Papadakis joins Dave Softy Mahler to talk about his kid having a camp outing, his experience in bible school, the LIV Tour bringing on a bunch of golfers from the PGA Tour, timing of NBA Finals games with days off, and he takes a shot at an Oregon fan.
In the second hour, Dave Softy Mahler and Dick Fain are joined by Petros Papadakis to talk about his kid, the LIV Tour, and NBA Finals, then Dick gives his picks for the U.S. Open this week with Softy's reaction before they listen and react to texts from listeners.
In the second hour, Dick Fain is joined by Petros Papadakis from Fox Sports to talk about the LIV tour and the NBA, Hugh Millen is back as they discuss the DK Metcalf contract situation and they listen to and react to texts.
Petros Papadakis joins Dave Softy Mahler to talk about foot pictures and last week's chat, Pac-12 Media Day and coverage, conference coach behavior and interviews, and Kalen DeBoer taking over the Dawgs.
In the second hour, Dave Softy Mahler and Dick Fain chat with Petros Papadakis about Pac-12 Media Day and the conference's coverage including Head Coach interview behavior, talk about how the PGA Tour is treating players going to the Saudi Tour, then listen and react to texts from throughout the day.
In the second hour, Dave Softy Mahler and Dick Fain chat with Petros Papadakis about the ongoing feud between Alabama's Nick Saban and Texas A&M's Jimbo Fisher, then discuss another Mariners loss to the A's today and the lost series against Oakland before listening and reacting to texts of the day so far.
In the second hour of the show, Dick Fain talks with Petros Papadakis about changes in college football, Dick and Hugh debate whether scrapping divisions is beneficial to the Pac-12, and texts react to the show at 49451.
In the second hour, Dave Softy Mahler and Dick Fain talk to Petros Papadakis and Fred Roggin about their history together and HBO's Winning Time Show on the Lakers, then the guys discuss the amount of sophomoric humor during the weekly Petros segments before listening and reacting to texts from the day.
The guys are on for a full 4-hour show since the Dodgers were rained out in Chicago. Mr. Papadakis with his weekly appearance. BFF Don MacLean on the NBA Playoffs and report that Frank Vogel was fired because he couldn't control Russell Westbrook.