Hey there real estate investors and aspiring moguls!In the latest episode of the Raising Private Money podcast, we delved into the world of real estate investing and Private Money. This episode was packed with valuable insights and eye-opening strategies for leveraging Private Money to maximize profits on real estate deals.Here's a sneak peek of what you'll discover in this episode:1. Insightful Q&A: Jay, Chaffee, and Crystal share their expertise by answering real questions from both seasoned and new investors. From raising capital to managing rehab costs, they provide actionable tips and strategies to help you navigate the world of real estate investing.2. Leveraging Creative Financing: Crystal Baker shares how she creatively structures deals, including using smaller amounts of money from family members and setting minimum investments to align with business goals.3. Navigating Contractor Costs: Chaffee Thanh-Nguyen offers valuable advice on dealing with contractors and the importance of itemized quotes to ensure transparency and prevent unexpected costs.4. The Importance of Tenant Due Diligence: Crystal Baker recounts her experiences with tenant inheritance and highlights the necessity of thoroughly vetting tenants and obtaining accurate rent rolls.5. The Power of Credit Repair: Jay Conner explains the critical role of credit repair services, shedding light on the time and impact involved in repairing credit for potential buyers.Ready to learn how to take your real estate investing to the next level? This episode uncovers valuable strategies and lessons that can make a profound difference in your investment journey!Timestamps:00:01 - Talking about private money leads to more03:58 - Paying contractors upfront: when and how much?06:46 - Reviewing line items, and making business decisions.10:38 - Seller honors lease, landlord receives rent, legal agreement.13:13 - Tenant's payment history led to disappointment.14:22 - Jay Conner's free money guide: www.JayConner.com/MoneyGuide Connect With Jay Conner:Private Money Academy Conference: https://www.JaysLiveEvent.comFree Report:https://www.jayconner.com/MoneyReportJoin the Private Money Academy: https://www.JayConner.com/trial/Have you read Jay's new book: Where to Get The Money Now?It is available FREE (all you pay is the shipping and handling) at https://www.JayConner.com/Book What is Private Money? Real Estate Investing with Jay Connerhttp://www.JayConner.com/MoneyPodcast Jay Conner is a proven real estate investment leader. Without using his own money or credit, Jay maximizes creative methods to buy and sell properties with profits averaging $67,000 per deal.#RealEstate #PrivateMoney #FlipYourHouse #RealEstateInvestorYouTube Channelhttps://www.youtube.com/c/RealEstateInvestingWithJayConner Apple Podcast:
In this episode of the Rich Habits Podcast, Robert Croak and Austin Hankwitz answer your questions! This week's questions are specifically from Instagram. If you have questions to ask us, send us an email at "email@example.com," or send them on Instagram @richhabitspodcast! --- Subscribe to the GRIT Capital newsletter, click here! Earn 5.6% with T-Bills on Public, click here! Download our FREE Budget Template, click here! To learn more about Robert: https://stan.store/RobertCroak To learn more about Austin: https://stan.store/austinhankwitz Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Jake and his builder team--Luke Mann, (Rangeline Homes), Shane Durkin (Patriot High Performance Homes), and Jackson Andrews (Jackson Andrews Building + Design)--work through all sorts of cool, key approaches to consider with your trades:· Paying subs in 21 days· Scheduling a site visit for a new potential sub· Pulling subs into the bidding process · Using suppliers to evaluate potential new subs · Trade team kickoff meeting to get everyone on the same page/schedule · Setting up debriefs to keep things going well · Reducing risk with a stronger trade team
For a full transcript of this episode, click here. This show is a very natural follow-on to episode 418 with Mark Cuban and Ferrin Williams, PharmD, MBA. This show is the how, as in, “How did everything that we talked about in the earlier show wind up the way it did?” And it also proves it … with data. I gotta say I never quite understood the finer points of the rationale of a cash pay system for minor expenses—expenses like generic drugs. I always framed this whole thing in the context of a senior on a fixed income taking 10 drugs, as my grandma did. And even if each of those drugs was only $5 or $10 a month, that's enough beans a month that it was a big deal for her to swing. So, I have always had this thought that these drugs should be covered by her insurance so she and everybody else living on a fixed income trying to make ends meet could get them and take them and not die from complications of diabetes or high blood pressure. Now, the counterargument to the above, which I have certainly heard more than once, is to offer members/patients HSAs (health savings accounts) and have them buy stuff with their HSA. My knee jerk there is, yeah, but I can barely figure out the deal with HSAs. Most Americans don't even know what a deductible is let alone an HSA. This approach just feels like it demands a lot of health literacy. So, that's the place I was when I walked into this conversation in this episode with Ge Bai, PhD, CPA. Here's two facts that got me inching away from my original position: 1. Generic drugs are cheap. There is already competition in the manufacturing marketplace that holds these prices down. 2. PBMs (pharmacy benefit managers) and insurance are devices to pool risk. If you have a high expense, that expense gets spread out over the rest of the insured population (ie, the risk pool). This whole spreading out of the risk is arduous to pull off and requires a level of administrative costs. So, let's break this down: In terms of #1 fact, that generic drugs are cheap, let's think about the value prop of PBMs. It's to throw their market power around to lower drug prices. But, oh wait … the prices of cheap generics are already cheap. So, not much need for market power? Yeah, that's a fact. One of the studies that I talk about in this healthcare podcast with Ge Bai quantifies that. For patients in their deductible phase actually, 79% of the time paying cash is cheaper than if the patient had used their insurance and gotten the price “negotiated by their PBM.” So, yeah … anytime pretty much anybody can wander in and get a better price than a Fortune 15 PBM, it's pretty clear that market power is not overly required here. In fact, getting PBMs in the mix just seems to make the drug prices higher for patients. Alright now, moving on to my fact #2 I talked about earlier, which is, what is the point of insurance (and PBMs are a derivative of insurance)? The point with them is to pool risk, to spread out the cost of something over the entire risk pool. So, yeah … drug costs $3. What is the administrative burden that goes in to spreading $3 across a risk pool? Is it worth it? Or is the admin cost burden more burdensome than the actual cost burden of the cost of the drug, and all we're doing here is driving up the price of healthcare, which ultimately might throw more financial burden back on the patient through higher premiums or out-of-pockets? That's the second study that I talk about today with Ge Bai, and it quantifies exactly how much that administrative burden is when it comes to generic drugs. Because you know who makes the most money in a generic drug transaction? No, it's not the pharma manufacturer, if that's what you were thinking. It's not the pharmacy. It's not the wholesaler. Yeah, it's the PBM. The PBM, by a margin of 10 points, makes the most money. The administrative cost burden is actually the most expensive part of buying a generic drug using your insurance and going through that PBM. There's a bar chart that visualizes these proportions. But while I'm on a roll here, here's a #3 fact that speaks to my concerns about HSAs that I raised at the beginning and the financial literacy required to use them: Health insurance is already super complicated, and no one can understand it. And here's a #4 let's-talk-about-the-real-world fact: Health insurance and paying for drugs is already pretty unaffordable for lots of people. So, I guess in theory it would be amazing if we could have our drugs paid for so they could be affordable. And if that were true and things were a little complicated … okay, trade-offs and all that. But right now, the situation is that drugs can be pretty unaffordable, including “cheap” generics; AND getting them covered is complicated. So, bar is pretty low to do better by patients is my point. And this is what I talk about with, as aforementioned, my guest today, Ge Bai. Ge Bai probably needs no introduction. She is a professor of accounting at Johns Hopkins Carey Business School and also a professor of health policy and management at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. As she says, she studies nothing but healthcare dollars. Also mentioned in this episode is the show with Steven Quimby, MD (EP344) going deep on the generic drug market. Additional links for this episode: Links for second study: JAMA Health Forum, coauthored with Joey Mattingly, Kenechukwu Ben-Umeh, Gerard Anderson; The Johns Hopkins University - Carey Business School; Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health; University of Utah College of Pharmacy Bar chart/article: by Jason Shafrin You can learn more about Ge's research on LinkedIn and X (formerly Twitter). Ge Bai, PhD, CPA, is a professor of accounting at the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School and professor of health policy and management at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. An expert on healthcare accounting, finance, and policy, she has testified in Congress, written for the Wall Street Journal and the Washington Post, and published her studies in leading academic journals such as the New England Journal of Medicine, JAMA, and Health Affairs. Her work has been widely featured in the media and cited in regulations and congressional testimonies. She was a visiting scholar at the Health Analysis Division of the Congressional Budget Office from 2022 to 2023. She teaches graduate courses and has received the Johns Hopkins Alumni Association's Excellence in Teaching Award. 06:13 What is the background on generic drugs that is need-to-know? 06:39 EP344 with Steven Quimby, MD. 07:04 Do we have affordability for generic drugs? 15:40 What's the policy failure around generic drugs? 18:34 Why is there a huge health equity issue? 20:13 How do PBMs have both a monopoly and a monopsony? 21:59 What should be the goal for cheap generics? 23:36 “Whenever we have no competition, we'll see high price.” 26:00 What's the best approach to addressing operational challenges behind generic drug costs? 28:42 How do we solve generic drug costs on the back end? 31:15 “Healthcare insurance is not the same as health.” 36:07 “It's time for us to reflect and think whether there is a better way to try.” You can learn more about Ge's research on LinkedIn and X (formerly Twitter). @GeBaiDC discusses paying cash for #genericdrugs in our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth Recent past interviews: Click a guest's name for their latest RHV episode! 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In Hour 2... [00:13] - NFL MVP Race: GoJo and Golic discuss the NFL MVP odds and the debate surrounding quarterbacks benefiting from great teams versus those who elevate their teams. San Francisco 49ers' Brock Purdy leads the race, sparking a conversation about the traditional criteria for MVP consideration. [19:52] - NCAA Rule Changes: The guys address proposed NCAA rule changes by new president Charlie Baker, aiming to allow D-I schools to pay athletes. GoJo and Golic share their concerns and discuss the challenges Baker faces in navigating the evolving landscape of student-athlete compensation. [29:39] - Interview with Brandon Jones: Miami Dolphins Safety Brandon Jones joins the show, discussing Texas punching their ticket to the College Football Playoffs, the impact of new Defensive Coordinator Vic Fangio, and the dynamics of the Dolphins' offense. [39:40] - This, That, and the Third: A doughnut truck thief in Australia, Nick Saban's inundated phone after his number was leaked, and the unusual 'Wife Swap' dating situation of former Good Morning America hosts Amy Robach and TJ Holmes. Click here to subscribe, rate, and review the newest episodes of GoJo and Golic! If you or someone you know has a gambling problem, crisis counseling and referral services can be accessed by calling 1-800-GAMBLER (1-800-426-2537) (IL/IN/MI/NJ/PA/WV/WY), 1-800-NEXT STEP (AZ), 1-800-522-4700 (CO/NH), 888-789-7777/visit http://ccpg.org/chat (CT), 1-800-BETS OFF (IA), 1-877-770-STOP (7867) (LA), 877-8-HOPENY/text HOPENY (467369) (NY), visit OPGR.org (OR), call/text TN REDLINE 1-800-889-9789 (TN), or 1-888-532-3500 (VA). 21+ (18+ WY). Physically present in AZ/CO/CT/IL/IN/IA/LA/MI/NJ/ NY/PA/TN/VA/WV/WY only. New customers only. Min. $5 deposit required. Eligibility restrictions apply. See http://draftkings.com/sportsbook for details. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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Today's Co-Hosts: Ben Criddle (@criddlebenjamin) Subscribe to the Cougar Sports with Ben Criddle podcast:Apple Podcastshttps://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/cougar-sports-with-ben-criddle/id996764363Google Podcastshttps://www.google.com/podcasts?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly93d3cuc3ByZWFrZXIuY29tL3Nob3cvMTM2OTkzOS9lcGlzb2Rlcy9mZWVkSpotifyhttps://open.spotify.com/show/7dZvrG1ZtKkfgqGenR3S2mPocket Castshttps://pca.st/SU8aOvercasthttps://overcast.fm/itunes996764363/cougar-sports-with-ben-criddle-byuSpreakerhttps://www.spreaker.com/show/cougar-sports-with-ben-criddleStitcherhttps://www.stitcher.com/s?fid=66416iHeartRadiohttps://www.iheart.com/podcast/966-cougar-sports-with-29418022TuneInhttps://tunein.com/podcasts/Sports-Talk--News/Cougar-Sports-with-Ben-Criddle-p731529/
Why are there so many bad drivers in school zones? The legendary rock band KISS played its final concert. But then announced it will still rock out via their avatars! This is the wave of the future. According to a recent study, excessive optimism is associated with lower cognitive skills. An Aldi supermarket job interview asked the interviewee to do pushups, sit-ups, and more. I explain why it makes sense, but warning signs of the interviewer crossing lines. Patrons at an eatery called Shachihoko-ya in Nagoya, Japan, can pay waitresses to slap them in the face. This reminds me of the old school restaurant in Denver - Trail-Dust, where they'd cut off your tie. And the Denver Broncos should bounce back against the Chargers.
If you're on a debt payoff journey (or knowing that you need to embark on one), this week's episode is for you. Are you confused on where to start? Not sure which debt to tackle first? How to know how much you can throw at each loan? How to keep yourself motivated throughout the process? Looking for permission to have fun along the way? These are all questions that my guest Carly Hill from The Debt Free Mom breaks down for you in this episode. Carly shares with you her journey to debt freedom, the first two goals you need to accomplish before you start paying off your debt, how to decide which debt payoff method is right for you, how to know if you should use debt consolidation tools along your journey, and how to keep this holiday season debt free as a mom of 4. This is a value-packed conversation that will help you approach your debt payoff journey with clarity, confidence, and calm. Enjoy! Carly's Bio: Carly Hill is a mom of 4 with a love for seeing life through numbers. She uses her background in special education to break down the complicated topics around home finances in easy-to-understand ways. Through her online courses and coaching at Debt Free Mom, she's helped hundreds of women move from feeling stuck in their finances to becoming stable money managers. If your home finances are built on uncertainty and worry, Carly can help you build a budget around your unique pay periods and give you confidence about your money. Connect & Work with Carly: Her Instagram: @debtfree.mom Her Podcast: The Debt Free Mom Podcast Her YouTube: @debtfreemom Her Website: debtfreemom.co Get the Debt Free Mom $9 Mini Course & Budget Template Work with Paige: Join the Overcoming Overspending Membership HERE Use code MLP30 at checkout to save $30 off your first month inside the membership FREE RESOURCES: FREE MASTERCLASS: Why You Impulse Shop & How To Stop Get Paige's Money Recommendations Where you can find Paige online: Her Website: https://www.paigepritchard.com Her IG: @overcoming_overspending Her TikTok: @overcoming_overspending Subscribe to Paige's YouTube Channel
This is the time of year when we think about giving and generosity. This episode is the second in a three-part series on the topic. Sam and David Kern, president of Wealthquest, discuss strategic giving to individuals in this episode. They will then explore ways to give offering tax benefits in the third part of the series, airing next week. We discuss the emotional and psychological benefits of being generous and the two key ingredients of generosity: action and attitude. We also talk about identifying 'circuit breakers' that prevent us from being generous. Additionally, we explore how creating an 'abundance fund' can foster a generous mindset. David encapsulates this idea by saying he's never seen an unhappy generous person, underscoring the importance of giving. Next week, we'll focus more technically on the quantitative side of generosity. We're going to discuss strategies and tools that you can use to be more generous, increase efficiency, and achieve better tax benefits. Episode Highlights: [05:59] Giving and generosity towards individuals is usually non-tax deductible. Generosity for entities that we do get tax benefits from. [06:58] The lifetime gift and estate tax exemption is 13 million dollars. The yearly threshold is $17,000. This is the annual gift tax exclusion. [08:28] A form 709 or gift tax return is required for any amount over that $17,000. The numbers change every year, so they need to be double-checked. [10:27] Cash gifts with those strings attached or wonderful. Even if the money is used in frivolous ways people are learning. [10:42] You can open a Roth IRA for a child or grandchild if they have income and gift a contribution on their behalf. This can jump start their retirement and get them investing. [11:43] 529 or educational savings accounts are also very popular. All of the growth of these accounts can be used tax-free as long as it goes towards educational expenses. [12:53] You can also pay medical or tuition expenses on behalf of someone else. When you pay directly to the institution it doesn't count towards the lifetime gift exemption. [13:35] You can also give appreciated shares of stock. You're transferring shares and transferring the tax burden. [15:24] Paying directly to an institution for medical or tuition is not tax deductible. Certified Financial Planner Board of Standards, Inc. (CFP Board) owns the CFP® certification mark, the CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ certification mark, and the CFP® certification mark (with plaque design) logo in the United States, which it authorizes use of by individuals who successfully complete CFP Board's initial and ongoing certification requirements. Resources & Links Related to this Episode Wealthquest Get Started Living a Rich Life: The No-Regrets Guide to Building and Spending Wealth David Kern
Tune in to this week's podcast episode where Eileen breaks down the constant battle of comparing your behind-the-scenes with someone else's highlight reel. It's time to redefine success on your terms and break free from "comparisonitis". You get to live a life that's authentic and aligned with what truly matters to YOU! No more overwhelm and exhaustion. If you enjoy this episode, please share it with someone you care about who needs to hear it. You simply sharing this episode could change someone's life forever. Together we can help change women's financial lives! Schedule a 1:1 Consultation: https://momswhomoney.com/1-1-consulting Get to know Eileen: https://www.momswhomoney.com https://www.instagram.com/eileenjoymoneycoach/ https://www.facebook.com/EileenJoyMoneyCoach/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/momswhomoney/
When I tell you to think about marketing your business, what comes to mind?Social media? Reels? Paying for ads? Complicated strategies? Stuff you don't know how to do but everyone's telling you that you “should” be doing? Spending money you don't currently have available to spend? Overall… just a heavy sense of overwhelm?If that's you I have 3 things to tell you, all of which I hope you will find to be good news.MAKING GOOD SHOWNOTES:https://makinggoodpodcast.com/210CONNECT WITH ME ON INSTAGRAM:https://instagram.com/laurentildenGET 100 MARKETING PROMPTS (free!):https://makinggoodpodcast.com/100prompts
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Breanna Morello worked her way up in the mainstream media from the most entry-level position to working as a producer at Fox News, Newsmax, and MLB until they required the VAX to continue working for them.Breanna MorelloTWITTER: https://twitter.com/BreannaMorelloSUBSTACK: https://breannamorello.substack.com/ TO WATCH ALL FLYOVER CONTENT: theflyoverapp.comSPONSORS FOR TODAY'S VIDEO► ReAwaken America- text the word EVENTS to 40509(Message and data rates may apply. Terms/privacy: 40509-info.com)► Kirk Elliott PHD - http://FlyoverGold.com ► My Pillow - https://MyPillow.com/Flyover► Z-Stack - https://flyoverhealth.com ► Dr. Jason Dean (BraveTV) - https://parakiller.com ► Patriot Mobile - www.patriotmobile.com/flyoverWant to help spread the Wake Up • Speak Up • Show Up -https://shop.flyoverconservatives.com/-------------------------------------------Follow our Social Media so we can be best friends
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China became known as the world's factory thanks to it offering companies a way to manufacture all kinds of goods at a high quality and relatively low cost. But in recent years, south-east Asian nations, including Vietnam and Indonesia, have begun challenging it for that status. Baillie Gifford investment manager Ben Durrant recently returned from a tour of the region. He discusses some of the long-term growth opportunities he unearthed on his trip. BackgroundBen Durrant invests on behalf of the Pacific Horizon Investment Trust, the Pacific Fund, and our Emerging Markets Equity Team. In this latest episode of Short Briefings on Long Term Thinking, he explores the factors that led China to become the world's leading exporter and how its move up the value chain is now creating opportunities for other south-east Asian countries to grasp. Durrant reviews some of his most memorable encounters in Vietnam, Indonesia, Malaysia and Thailand and reveals which growth companies excited him the most. They include businesses using mined metals to make car batteries, banks serving populations with growing spending power and, perhaps surprisingly, one of the world's leading catfish exporters.Resources: The Indonesian companies powering the green transitionBen Durrant LinkedIn pageHow Asia WorksHow the World Really WorksPast podcasts Timecodes:00:00 Introduction01:30 China's success as a low-cost exporter03:15 Land reform's role04:00 Good quality, low-cost labour05:45 South-east Asian countries' advantage07:15 Vietnam's growth opportunity09:30 Vin Hoan: exporting catfish11:45 Sourcing local insights13:30 Indonesia's move up the value chain16:15 Clusters of expertise in Malaysia18:00 Looking beyond tourism in Thailand20:15 Moving up the value chain22:15 The attraction of growth investing in southeast Asian23:15 Paying attention to macroeconomics24:30 Book recommendation Follow us via:TwitterLinkedIn Companies mentioned include:FPTHyundaiSamsung ElectronicsVinh Hoan
Identifying potentially problematic customers in the initial stages of engagement is a crucial skill for landscaping professionals. Paying attention to communication patterns during the initial inquiry or consultation phase is key—customers who are excessively demanding, overly price-sensitive without considering quality, or resistant to compromise may signal potential difficulties down the line. By carefully evaluating these factors early on, landscapers can make informed decisions about whether to take on a project, ensuring a more harmonious and successful working relationship with clients who align with their professional values and standards. QUESTION —Do you get many difficult clients? Let us know on our Facebook Page.
To access a FREE collection of resources, go to www.TheMaverickVault.com Paying off a loan ahead of schedule is a commendable financial achievement. Surprisingly, in certain situations, early loan repayment may incur prepayment penalties. So, in this Financial Freedom Friday, we'll explore the concept of prepayment penalties, when they apply, and how to navigate this potentially costly aspect of early loan repayment. Key Takeaways From This Episode The importance of understanding loan terms for passive investors Understanding commercial mortgage and choices for owners with maturing loans How can a refinance cause limited partners to withdraw from a deal 4 Important terms and acronyms that every investor should know Useful tips on how to evaluate loan risks and protect your investments References/Links Mentioned Valuation of San Francisco Luxury Apartment Building Dips 49% From 2018: Trepp – Commercial Observer Who Lends on Commercial Properties? Financial Freedom Friday Decoding Commercial Loans - Financial Freedom Friday Are you a passive real estate investor seeking financial freedom? Almost daily, new headlines break on the latest financial market upset. Now is the time to get educated on how to strategically invest in commercial real estate for long-term financial freedom. Grab your copy of “How to Passively Invest in a Changing Economic Environment” Go to…www.MavericksInvest.com Want to keep up to date on the commercial real estate market, trends, investing tips and know what Neil is buying right now? Connect with him at https://AgentOptional.com, and be sure to register for his newsletter. Connect with Neil Timmins on LinkedIn. If there is a topic you want to know more about or a guest that you would like to see on the show, shoot Neil a message on LinkedIn. About Neil Timmins Neil is a commercial real estate syndicator, published author, and podcast host. Neil's entry point into the Real Estate industry came after a few short years in banking. Recognized by the Wall Street Journal as a Top 100 team and the #1 REMAX agent in Iowa by the age of 29, Neil had solidified his role as a force in the industry. Having completed hundreds of Fix & Flips, Wholesales, Wholetails, Novations, and Owner-Financed deals, Neil longed to quit forfeiting time for dollars. After building a portfolio of single-family rentals to produce passive income, he found the strategy to be anything but passive. Neil, however, didn't go looking for his first commercial deal, he actually stumbled into it. Since then, he has refined the process of analyzing and buying commercial properties that produce stellar cash flow. Neil has been involved in over $300,000,000 in real estate transactions. While his holdings in commercial asset classes include apartments, offices, mobile home parks, and self-storage units, his passion is industrial property. Neil now has verticals in residential real estate, multiple commercial asset classes, brokerage, publishing, and this successful podcast. Neil and his wife, Emily, are the proud parents of three active teenagers. Those who know Neil say he is a competitor by nature, whether for the biggest fish on a deep-sea fishing trip, the best ribs at a barbeque, or playing football back in his day at his alma mater, the University of Nebraska at Omaha as a Maverick. Neil is always up for travel, spending time on the water, and of course, meeting people interested in learning about and investing in commercial properties. Click here to see video of the podcast.
In this episode, Lori is once again joined by fellow survivor, Jon Vaughn. The Louder than Silence podcast is brought to you by the National Foundation to End Child Abuse and Neglect (EndCAN). Episode Time Markers 1:00 - Lori introduces Jon Vaughn 2:40 - As survivors, we are redefining the definition of hero 5:09 - Expectations of those sharing their story 5:50 - Jon shares the process of speaking his truth 8:50 - Definition of betrayal 11:34 - Jon shares who is “person” was throughout his life 16:11 - Conversation about superheroes 18:20 - “The campsite” on the President's house on South Michigan 21:45 - The fighters on the frontline 23:30 - Putting yourself on the line and sense of surrendership 25:15 - The consequences of you 27:10 - Survivor, thriver and transcender 28:10 - Jon, the survivor of many things 30:00 - Unconditional trust 30:50 - Taking ownership of the prey 32:23 - Paying if forward 32:40 - Closing ResourcesTrinea Gonczar's impact statement: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hAJJJkLC4-c&t=3s
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The private sector has been a critical driver of increasing clean energy on the grid. Since 2008, corporate renewable purchases have helped bring online nearly 150 GW of new renewable energy capacity globally — more than the total power-generating capacity of France. Despite these purchase commitments, overall global emissions from the power sector have remained flat at a time when we need to see a sharp decline. At the same time, extreme weather events have exposed vulnerabilities in the reliability of the current fossil-fuel powered grid that aren't yet being addressed at sufficient scale.Earlier this year, a group of leading companies focused on accelerating decarbonization while also bolstering grid reliability partnered with RMI, a leading climate NGO, to launch the Zero-Emissions | Reliability Optimized Grid Initiative, or ZEROgrid, with the objective of developing a comprehensive roadmap to accelerate the transition to a zero-emissions grid.In this episode, Chad Reed chats with Mark Dyson, Managing Director at RMI, about the challenges ZEROgrid aims to address, the objectives it seeks to achieve as well as the concept of applied hope.Links:ZEROgridCorporate Action PlaybookAmory Lovins (RMI): Applied Hope (May 2019)Episode recorded November 28, 2023Email your feedback to Chad, Gil, and Hilary at firstname.lastname@example.org or tweet them to @ClimatePosiPod.
Paying them for the privilege to see their ads? Gross. Support Inside Games on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/insidegamesYT Hosted by: Lawrence: http://twitch.tv/sirlarr | Bruce: http://twitch.tv/brucegreene | Charlotte: http://twitch.tv/whatashow Edited by: ShooklynTV: https://twitter.com/ShooklynTV Written by: Lawrence Sonntag & Brian Gaar: https://www.twitch.tv/briangaar Sources -- [X, @PC_Focus_] https://twitter.com/PC_Focus_/status/1728007758958469414 [reddit, r/xboxone] Just got an in-game advertisement when I tried to go to the map - https://www.reddit.com/r/xboxone/comments/181fbvn/just_got_an_ingame_advertisement_when_i_tried_to/ [Eurogamer] Ubisoft blames Assassin's Creed in-game Black Friday pop-up ads on technical error - https://www.eurogamer.net/ubisoft-blames-assassins-creed-in-game-black-friday-pop-up-ads-on-technical-error [GamesIndustry.biz] Ubisoft says technical error caused in-game ads in Assassin's Creed - https://www.gamesindustry.biz/ubisoft-says-technical-error-caused-in-game-ads-in-assassins-creed [The Verge] Microsoft's fullscreen Xbox pop-up ads don't have to be annoying - https://www.theverge.com/2023/11/3/23945174/microsoft-xbox-fullscreen-pop-up-ad-call-of-duty-modern-warfare-3-xbox-consoles [Techspot] A Brief History of In-Game Advertising - https://www.techspot.com/article/2355-about-in-game-advertising/ [reddit, r/gaming] https://www.reddit.com/r/gaming/comments/avmirm/ea_once_attempted_ingame_advertising_in_2006_with/ [reddit, r/gaming] Alan Wake Energizer Product Placement - https://www.reddit.com/r/gaming/comments/10x7x1u/alan_wake_energizer_product_placement/ [YouTube, GetRektNoob] Death Stranding - Drinking Monster Energy - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tcv9zX9rFa4 [Eurogamer] 2K under fire for adding unskippable in-game ads to the full-price NBA 2K21 a month after release - https://www.eurogamer.net/2k-under-fire-for-adding-unskippable-in-game-ads-to-the-full-price-nba-2k21-a-month-after-release [X, @NBA2K] https://twitter.com/NBA2K/status/1318618431848026112 [Gamespot] EA signs up for more in-game ads - https://www.gamespot.com/articles/ea-signs-up-for-more-in-game-ads/1100-6175614/ [reddit, r/MortalKombat] Why the hell is there an Ad in a whole fighting game I paid for?? - https://www.reddit.com/r/MortalKombat/comments/139aebz/why_the_hell_is_there_an_ad_in_a_whole_fighting/ Music — Switch It Up - Silent Partner https://youtu.be/r_HRbXhOir8 Get Back - Silent Partner https://youtu.be/iQYmgOrPEvs Kula - Topher Mohr and Alex Elena https://youtu.be/0bywp0qTVNo Funk Down - MK2 https://youtu.be/SPN_Ssgqlzc
Paying respect to the great DJ Neva. A recap of The DJ Collective. Talking about starting new things and not being deterred. Instagram://user?username=MyFavoriteDJ (Opens Instagram) Be sure to check out my new Amazon influencer store front. All of the things I use to make this podcast are there along with what I carry in my DJ bag and general products that I like for my everyday life. This is a new way to support the podcast, check it out! https://www.amazon.com/shop/myfavoritedj Please rate the podcast! I want to become the highest rated DJ Podcast on Apple Podcasts and Spotify. SUBSCRIBE!!! Send me your questions: MyFavoritePodcast@gmail.com
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Show Notes: https://wetflyswing.com/534 Presented by: NR Adventures, Stonefly Nets, Smitty's Fly Box Sponsors: https://wetflyswing.com/sponsors Welcome to our latest episode featuring Jake Villwock, author of the book Smallmouth Bass Flies. In this episode, we will take you on a journey to Pennsylvania for a typical bass fishing trip with Jake and his team. He will share his techniques and tips on how to catch smallmouth bass, and his gear set up when bass fishing. Jake also gives insight into the flies he uses when bass fishing, so whether you're a beginner or an experienced angler, you won't want to miss this episode! Episode Chapters with Jake Villwock on Smallmouth Bass Flies 1:34 - Jake shares with us his first memory of fly fishing. His first fish on a fly was a blue gill and his second was a striper. Stripers and saltwater have always been one of his favorite things to target. 3:52 - He has been known for smallmouth bass fishing. He wrote a book titled Smallmouth Bass Flies - Top to Bottom. 5:02 - He talks about the similarities between smallmouth bass and trout. 7:24 - Currently, he operates in South Central Pennsylvania, mainly guiding in Juniata and Susquehanna. Their bass season is from late March to the end of October. 9:41 - Along with other guides, he also guides for steelhead fishing in Lake Eerie and up in New York. He also describes how they do bass fishing. 12:30 - He describes a typical bass fishing trip with them in their area. They meet their clients in a quaint diner called Thompsontown Corner Deli to have breakfast. He also describes the lunch they serve on their trips. 17:20 - We talk about drinking in guiding trips. He mentions the brand Athletic which sells non-alcoholic beer. 19:50 - He explains why big bass in the springtime is very aggressive and shares some tips on how to catch them during this time. He says that keeping yourself low and slow is how you will catch them. 24:15 - We talk about crayfish which is a large portion of the smallmouth's diet in the summertime. He describes his setup with a crayfish fly pattern. 28:28 - He describes how he uses the tip of the fly line to his advantage. He always casts slightly upstream to have a little bit of an angle. Paying attention to the tip of the line to manage the speed of your retrieve is very important. 33:40 - We dig into the fly patterns he uses. The size of the claws of the crayfish is very important to consider. He further describes how he ties his crayfish flies and the materials he uses. 38:49 - One of his favorite flies for the springtime it's still cold is Russ Maddin's circus peanut. We had Russ on the podcast in episode 253. 39:55 - He tells us his signature flies. You can also see how he ties his flies through his YouTube at Relentless TV. He recently signed a contract with Montana Fly Company (MFC). We talked about MFC in episode 531 with Jake Chutz. 41:30 - He walks us through how he targets a fish in top water and subsurface. 47:06 - He also gives tips on finding a fish depending on the season when you're new in the area. June and October are the months when it's hard to find fish. The best thing to do is to start on the banks and float the river when it's low and clear. 51:40 - He gives more tips on his setup, particularly lines. He gives a shoutout to Scientific Angler for their amazing triple-density lines. He also mentions their Stillwater Hover. 55:03 - He mentions the tungsten beads which are good for when you can't see the fish. 56:30 - He usually sees bigger fish during the summertime when the water is clear. He also explains his theory of how the color of the fish tells you if it's ready to eat. 59:57 - When he's bait fishing, he uses a leader that is six to eight feet. For cray fishing and dry fly fishing, he uses a 10 to 12-ft leader. 1:00:42 - He gives valuable tips on casting. When it comes to cray fishing, the more perfect you make the cast, the worse it's going to be. 1:03:10 - He talks about catching steelhead vs big bass in the Lake Eerie. 1:06:00 - We do the Fly Shop Shout-out segment. He mentions the TCO Fly Shop which has multiple shops in Pennsylvania. For those who want to get a trip with Jake's team, they can book with TCO. 1:07:45 - His boat is a Clacka HeadHunter Skiff II. He also uses an NRS Raft in the spring. 1:08:13 - He gives one last tip for bass fishing. 1:09:29 - He leaves us with a funny story about that time when he fell off the boat while guiding. Show Notes: https://wetflyswing.com/534
Our contemporary world is inescapably Greek. Whether in a word like “pandemic,” a Freudian state of mind like the “Oedipus complex,” or a replica of the Parthenon in a Chinese theme park, ancient Greek culture shapes the contours of our lives. Ever since the first Roman imitators, we have been continually falling under the Greeks' spell. But how did ancient Greece spread its influence so far and wide? And how has this influence changed us? In What the Greeks Did for Us (Yale UP, 2023), Tony Spawforth explores our classical heritage, wherever it's to be found. He reveals its legacy in everything from religion to popular culture, and unearths the darker side of Greek influence—from the Nazis' obsession with Spartan “racial purity” to the elitism of classical education. Paying attention to the huge breadth and variety of Hellenic influence, this book paints an essential portrait of the ancient world's living legacy—considering to whom it matters, and why. Tony Spawforth is emeritus professor of ancient history at Newcastle University. As well as leading cultural tours in Greece, he has presented eight documentaries for the BBC and has published thirteen books, including The Story of Greece and Rome. Morteza Hajizadeh is a Ph.D. graduate in English from the University of Auckland in New Zealand. His research interests are Cultural Studies; Critical Theory; Environmental History; Medieval (Intellectual) History; Gothic Studies; 18th and 19th Century British Literature. YouTube channel. Twitter. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/intellectual-history
Our contemporary world is inescapably Greek. Whether in a word like “pandemic,” a Freudian state of mind like the “Oedipus complex,” or a replica of the Parthenon in a Chinese theme park, ancient Greek culture shapes the contours of our lives. Ever since the first Roman imitators, we have been continually falling under the Greeks' spell. But how did ancient Greece spread its influence so far and wide? And how has this influence changed us? In What the Greeks Did for Us (Yale UP, 2023), Tony Spawforth explores our classical heritage, wherever it's to be found. He reveals its legacy in everything from religion to popular culture, and unearths the darker side of Greek influence—from the Nazis' obsession with Spartan “racial purity” to the elitism of classical education. Paying attention to the huge breadth and variety of Hellenic influence, this book paints an essential portrait of the ancient world's living legacy—considering to whom it matters, and why. Tony Spawforth is emeritus professor of ancient history at Newcastle University. As well as leading cultural tours in Greece, he has presented eight documentaries for the BBC and has published thirteen books, including The Story of Greece and Rome. Morteza Hajizadeh is a Ph.D. graduate in English from the University of Auckland in New Zealand. His research interests are Cultural Studies; Critical Theory; Environmental History; Medieval (Intellectual) History; Gothic Studies; 18th and 19th Century British Literature. YouTube channel. Twitter. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/literary-studies
Episode 232: Yes, Joe and Kari attended the Darker Waves Festival, and they lived to tell the tale! On the podcast! Their review kicks off this episode, find out what they liked (OMD! English Beat!) and what they didn't like (Lines! People! Paying for beer!). Since World AIDS Day is December 1st, Joe and Kari are taking a look at some of the artists who tried to use their music to bring awareness to this serious topic, like Cyndi Lauper, Jimmy Somerville of Bronski Beat, and Book of Love.
Our contemporary world is inescapably Greek. Whether in a word like “pandemic,” a Freudian state of mind like the “Oedipus complex,” or a replica of the Parthenon in a Chinese theme park, ancient Greek culture shapes the contours of our lives. Ever since the first Roman imitators, we have been continually falling under the Greeks' spell. But how did ancient Greece spread its influence so far and wide? And how has this influence changed us? In What the Greeks Did for Us (Yale UP, 2023), Tony Spawforth explores our classical heritage, wherever it's to be found. He reveals its legacy in everything from religion to popular culture, and unearths the darker side of Greek influence—from the Nazis' obsession with Spartan “racial purity” to the elitism of classical education. Paying attention to the huge breadth and variety of Hellenic influence, this book paints an essential portrait of the ancient world's living legacy—considering to whom it matters, and why. Tony Spawforth is emeritus professor of ancient history at Newcastle University. As well as leading cultural tours in Greece, he has presented eight documentaries for the BBC and has published thirteen books, including The Story of Greece and Rome. Morteza Hajizadeh is a Ph.D. graduate in English from the University of Auckland in New Zealand. His research interests are Cultural Studies; Critical Theory; Environmental History; Medieval (Intellectual) History; Gothic Studies; 18th and 19th Century British Literature. YouTube channel. Twitter. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network
Our contemporary world is inescapably Greek. Whether in a word like “pandemic,” a Freudian state of mind like the “Oedipus complex,” or a replica of the Parthenon in a Chinese theme park, ancient Greek culture shapes the contours of our lives. Ever since the first Roman imitators, we have been continually falling under the Greeks' spell. But how did ancient Greece spread its influence so far and wide? And how has this influence changed us? In What the Greeks Did for Us (Yale UP, 2023), Tony Spawforth explores our classical heritage, wherever it's to be found. He reveals its legacy in everything from religion to popular culture, and unearths the darker side of Greek influence—from the Nazis' obsession with Spartan “racial purity” to the elitism of classical education. Paying attention to the huge breadth and variety of Hellenic influence, this book paints an essential portrait of the ancient world's living legacy—considering to whom it matters, and why. Tony Spawforth is emeritus professor of ancient history at Newcastle University. As well as leading cultural tours in Greece, he has presented eight documentaries for the BBC and has published thirteen books, including The Story of Greece and Rome. Morteza Hajizadeh is a Ph.D. graduate in English from the University of Auckland in New Zealand. His research interests are Cultural Studies; Critical Theory; Environmental History; Medieval (Intellectual) History; Gothic Studies; 18th and 19th Century British Literature. YouTube channel. Twitter. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/history
Welcome to the Pursuing Private Practice Podcast! Join Jennifer and fellow CEO Julie Herres of GreenOak Accounting as they discuss the importance of looking into the data, the different methods of paying yourself based on your stage of business, and how to reverse engineer your practice to give you the life you want. Join the conversation as they discuss: Profit First and Prioritization: Implementing the "Profit First" system can have a significant impact on a business. It underscores the importance of prioritizing profit and being intentional about financial management. This approach can lead to a transformation in the way a business operates. Stages of Business: Business ownership involves distinct stages, each with its own financial dynamics. Solopreneurs, small group practices, and large group practices have varying approaches to paying themselves and managing their businesses. Understanding these stages and their financial needs is crucial. Niche Focus and Streamlining: Working within a niche and creating a repeatable, streamlined business model can lead to success. The owner's experience underscores the benefits of focusing on a specific market or service and avoiding the constant reinvention of the business model. Adaptability and Data Analysis: The ability to adapt and make data-driven decisions is vital for sustainable business growth. Business owners should not shy away from looking at financial data and should be open to evolving and adapting their practices as circumstances change. Investing in Growth and Balance: To achieve long-term success, business owners should invest in both personal and business growth. It's important to find a balance that aligns with their financial and lifestyle goals, ensuring that the business serves their needs and is sustainable in the long run. Remember, your decisions are not set in stone. You can evolve and adapt as your private practice and profit grows. Julie Herres is the founder and CEO of GreenOak Accounting, a firm that exclusively serves therapists, psychologists, and counselors in private practice across the United States. Over the years, Julie and her team have worked with hundreds of private practice owners and developed serious knowledge about what makes a practice financially successful. GreenOak's goal is to help practice owners feel comfortable with the financial side of their businesses and have profitable practices. Some of the firm's biggest success stories were achieved through implementing Profit First. Julie is an accountant and an enrolled agent (EA). She is also a speaker and the host of the Therapy for Your Money podcast. Connect with Julie on Instagram. Connect with Pursuing Private Practice on Instagram If you want to set up your business, start to see your first few clients and grow to create more impact, Business School is for you! This transformative program includes education, connection, support, and accountability to help you take up space and become the business owner you were meant to be.
Our contemporary world is inescapably Greek. Whether in a word like “pandemic,” a Freudian state of mind like the “Oedipus complex,” or a replica of the Parthenon in a Chinese theme park, ancient Greek culture shapes the contours of our lives. Ever since the first Roman imitators, we have been continually falling under the Greeks' spell. But how did ancient Greece spread its influence so far and wide? And how has this influence changed us? In What the Greeks Did for Us (Yale UP, 2023), Tony Spawforth explores our classical heritage, wherever it's to be found. He reveals its legacy in everything from religion to popular culture, and unearths the darker side of Greek influence—from the Nazis' obsession with Spartan “racial purity” to the elitism of classical education. Paying attention to the huge breadth and variety of Hellenic influence, this book paints an essential portrait of the ancient world's living legacy—considering to whom it matters, and why. Tony Spawforth is emeritus professor of ancient history at Newcastle University. As well as leading cultural tours in Greece, he has presented eight documentaries for the BBC and has published thirteen books, including The Story of Greece and Rome. Morteza Hajizadeh is a Ph.D. graduate in English from the University of Auckland in New Zealand. His research interests are Cultural Studies; Critical Theory; Environmental History; Medieval (Intellectual) History; Gothic Studies; 18th and 19th Century British Literature. YouTube channel. Twitter. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
WHAT A WEEK OF FOOTBALL. The boys are joined by Carter St. John who helped Alma upset Mount Union in a wild matchup on Saturday, and we break down all the best football action from D2, D3, and NAIA that you need to know about heading into the next round of the playoffs. It's a long one but a goodie, so stick around. TIMESTAMPS: 0:00-2:59 Episode Overview 3:00 Carter St John 19:24 Paying to Watch D2 Football? DUMB 37:00 D2 Elite 8 38:32 Super Region 1 52:30 Super Region 2 1:00:52 Super Region 3 1:10:56 Super Region 4 1:20:01 Division 3 Recap 1:48:53 NAIA Recap
FreightWaves' Mike Baudendistel and Grace Sharkey talk Black Friday sales, consumer debt and the freight market. Follow The Stockout Podcast Other FreightWaves Shows Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Hey, we're going to talk a little bit about electronic security, especially if you're traveling. This episode kind of plays off my continued attention to satisfy both domestically and travel abroad. Your safety. I care about this, and a whole course on it is on brutalselfdefense.com. You won't believe some of the things that can happen to you, and you wouldn't even know what happened until it was too late if you don't listen to this episode and kind of get your head around the kind of things that are going on electronically that can screw you over. Screw The Commute Podcast Show Notes Episode 830 How To Automate Your Business - https://screwthecommute.com/automatefree/ Internet Marketing Training Center - https://imtcva.org/ Higher Education Webinar – https://screwthecommute.com/webinars See Tom's Stuff – https://linktr.ee/antionandassociates 00:23 Tom's introduction to Electronic Security 02:06 Paying attention to your phones, wallets and other things 03:40 Cell site simulators 06:56 Staying within the law and intercepting phone calls and messages 09:42 Be low profile and as "silent" as possible Entrepreneurial Resources Mentioned in This Podcast Higher Education Webinar - https://screwthecommute.com/webinars Screw The Commute - https://screwthecommute.com/ Screw The Commute Podcast App - https://screwthecommute.com/app/ College Ripoff Quiz - https://imtcva.org/quiz Know a young person for our Youth Episode Series? Send an email to Tom! - email@example.com Have a Roku box? Find Tom's Public Speaking Channel there! - https://channelstore.roku.com/details/267358/the-public-speaking-channel How To Automate Your Business - https://screwthecommute.com/automatefree/ Internet Marketing Retreat and Joint Venture Program - https://greatinternetmarketingtraining.com/ KickStartCart - http://www.kickstartcart.com/ Copywriting901 - https://copywriting901.com/ Become a Great Podcast Guest - https://screwthecommute.com/greatpodcastguest Training - https://screwthecommute.com/training Disabilities Page - https://imtcva.org/disabilities/ Tom's Patreon Page - https://screwthecommute.com/patreon/ Tom on TikTok - https://tiktok.com/@digitalmultimillionaire/ Tracking Criminals with a Stingray - https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/2015/08/23/baltimore-police-stingray-cell-surveillance/31994181/ Email Tom: Tom@ScrewTheCommute.com Internet Marketing Training Center - https://imtcva.org/ Related Episodes Phone Tips - https://screwthecommute.com/828/ Holiday Improvement - https://screwthecommute.com/829/ More Entrepreneurial Resources for Home Based Business, Lifestyle Business, Passive Income, Professional Speaking and Online Business I discovered a great new headline / subject line / subheading generator that will actually analyze which headlines and subject lines are best for your market. I negotiated a deal with the developer of this revolutionary and inexpensive software. Oh, and it's good on Mac and PC. Go here: http://jvz1.com/c/41743/183906 The Wordpress Ecourse. Learn how to Make World Class Websites for $20 or less. https://screwthecommute.com/wordpressecourse/ Join our Private Facebook Group! One week trial for only a buck and then $37 a month, or save a ton with one payment of $297 for a year. Click the image to see all the details and sign up or go to https://www.greatinternetmarketing.com/screwthecommute/ After you sign up, check your email for instructions on getting in the group.
The DNC is Paying Social Media Influencers To Deceive You. Social Media influencers like Brooklyn Dad and Harry Sisson were created to lie to people. There is a reason the DNC is doing this and the harsh reality is that they are scared. Tonight on the Don't Unfriend Me Show! Watch us on: https://spreely.app Visit the DUMSHOW.COM for more. #socialmedia, #HarrySisson, #theDNC, #Trump, #Election
Why in the world would you ever leave a high-paying corporate job to become an entrepreneur?Sounds crazy, right?We can tell you that it definitely isn't. Many, many people just like you have done this to invest in a franchise and found success and a better life.We have a few reasons for you to consider on today's episode.
It's all fun and games until a guy jizzes in your eyes. In this episode, we read a Reddit post written by a woman who thinks she made a big mistake moving in with her lazy-ass boyfriend. We also discuss an outbreak of ocular syphilis that traces back to one man all the women met online. SUBSCRIBE & LISTEN TO MORE FULL EPISODES: https://dateologycoach.substack.com/ FOLLOW US: Instagram https://instagram.com/dateologypod & https://instagram.com/thechristanm TikTok https://www.tiktok.com/@dateologycoach Youtube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCL5iTMQHvcH8YwDw6JLk2ew
Taking advantage of tax planning opportunities before year-end may benefit you this year while also lowering your lifetime tax rate. Paying more taxes now to lower your lifetime tax rate may seem unconventional, but if you are serious about building wealth, this episode may include a strategy for you. Listen in to hear ten tax strategies you could use on the path to your ideal retirement. ****
Hey Listener, get ready to step back in time to the 2010s with Patrick Seta and Ryan Sprangen from Game Pass or Smash! Podcast to talk about the Playstation 4. Topics this week include: I hope I don't want to be found dead playing Dead or Alive X-treme Beach Volleyball. Recording on the day of a decade of PS4. Playstation 4 stats. The importance of a great controller. Playstation VR. The future of active or passive gaming. Being frustrated by the Soulsborne games. We're not super into the Witcher 3. Paying an hourly fee to game. A 500 hour game. The Tony Hawk games soundtracks. Everyone should play Titanfall. Destiny, it was…cool. The Fallout 4 wasteland. None of us are car guys. Abducting people with balloons in Metal Gear. Butt tickles and the walking simulator. Zombie hack and slash. Rocket League. The random animal attacks of Far Cry games. Cowboy simulator. The Last of Us 2's brutality. A masterpiece of a game that makes you feel good. You got to give Horizon Zero Dawn a couple of tries. Give me a junior high kid to murder people with. Changing the face of Spiderman, literally. Trying to figure out if you're an X-Box or Playstation guy?
We are thrilled to bring you the inspiring journey of Kerry and Kamille, who successfully paid off a staggering $110,000 in debt within just 21 months! At His & Her Money, we understand the paramount importance of unity in managing finances as a smart money couple, especially when it comes to tackling debt in marriage. Embarking on the path to debt freedom often requires significant sacrifices, substantial lifestyle changes, and a united front. Without alignment, the struggle can not only impede your financial goals but also strain your relationship. However, with unwavering dedication, faith, and teamwork, any couple can overcome these challenges and emerge stronger on the other side. In this episode of The His & Her Money Show, we present the remarkable debt-elimination journey of Kerry and Kamille. Initially burdened with over $111,000 in credit card and student loan debt, they realized the pressing need for a change. In just 21 months, they not only reversed their financial trajectory but also achieved a debt-free life. The turning point came when, right before Kerry's college graduation, the couple indulged in an 11-night celebration trip to the Caribbean, accumulating additional expenses. Although they initially planned to pay it off gradually, the reality of mounting debt on their credit cards prompted them to take decisive action. Paying off their debt became a disciplined commitment, accompanied by inevitable challenges. Yet, their determination remained steadfast, resulting in Kerry and Kamille's triumphant journey to eliminate $110,000 of debt in a mere 21 months. Join us as they share the insights and strategies that led to their financial freedom – a journey that has left them both elated and debt-free!
Hamas released 24 hostages Friday as Israel freed 39 Palestinian prisoners. Another exchange is expected today. Anti-immigrant sentiment fuels looting and vandalism in central Dublin. Why "buy now pay later" plans are expected to grow even more common this holiday season.
Guests: David Noriega, Rick Stengel, Peter Beinart, Lisa Rubin, Catherine Christian, Claire McCaskill, David Plouffe, Shawn FainA landmark deal between Israel and Hamas: Tonight: the latest details on when some of the hostages might be released—and who might finally come home. Then: as the ex-president flirts with the legal line on his gag orders, new details on the threats against a New York judge and his staff. Plus: why Democrats want voters to start paying more attention to Donald Trump this election. And the big victory for autoworkers this holiday season.