Phillip Taylor was finally on the right track and was looking forward to spending more time with his kids. At first, the scene was made to look like a robbery gone wrong, but you can't get too far when you live in a small town without someone knowing your every move.
Kris Kimball interviews Oak Norton and Phillip Taylor about the “Data Mining” going on in Utah Schools and the new tool to help parents protect their children's privacy. Resources www.optoututah.com www.thepeoplerestored.org www.utahnsagaisntcommoncore.com State School Board Hotline to report privacy abuse issues 801-538-7813 email Utah State School Board at Board@firstname.lastname@example.org --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/loving-liberty/support
FOLLOW UP: VW APPEALS DUTCH CLASS-ACTION RULINGVolkswagen has appealed a Dutch court ruling that gave compensation to owners of new and second-hand VW Group cars that were fitted with defeat device software. VW is adamant that the owners have suffered no financial loss in owning a car judged to have been fitted with the naughty software. To read more, click the Automotive News Europe article here. FOLLOW UP: GHOSN ESCAPE TEAM SENTENCED IN JAPANFather and son, Michael and Phillip Taylor, have been sentenced by a Japanese court to two years and one year eight months respectively. They had previously admitted their guilt and expressed their regret in their actions. To read more, click here for the BBC News article. MCLAREN RECEIVES CASH INJECTIONMcLaren has announced that it has received an injection of £550 million from current and new investors, which will be mainly used to push their electrification plans forward. To read more, click the Autocar article here. STELLANTIS ANNOUNCED AGENCY SHIFT TO DEALERSHIPSStellantis announced a “consultation”, which seems to be stretching definitions, by informing their franchise dealerships that it will be moving to an ‘agency-style' retail model. The existing dealerships will be categorised A, B or C, with A remaining, B having to have a long chat with them and C being booted out. Only time will tell if they go down a big franchise or smaller, more independent, dealership route. To read more, click this link here from AM Online. PARIS MOTOR SHOW RETURNS IN 2022The Paris Motor Show will return in 2022, with new partner Equip Auto, the trade equivalent, after a four year absence. The question will be how many manufacturers turn up. To find out more, click the Autocar link here. GOVERNMENT ATTEMPTS TO REASSURE MOTORISTSGrant Shapps, the Transport Secretary, has moved to reassure motorists that the Government is not anti-car or demonising drivers. However, they want us to use transport that does not harm the environment or people's health. Added to this, classic car owners were told that they will be able to use their vehicles for years to come, with no plans to ban them from the road. To read more, click firstly here for the YesAuto article and then click here for the second article which is from Hagerty. EU PROPOSED BAN ON ALL NON ZERO-EMISSION CARS FROM 2035A proposal has been put forward for the EU to ban all cars and vans that are not zero emission from 2035. This will, for the first time, also remove the exemption that small volume manufactures receive until that point. To read more, click the Autocar article here. POLICE NOW INSTANTLY ACCESS DVLA PHOTO RECORDSAfter a trial of nearly two years, the Police and DVLA are working together to allow road-side stops to become more efficient by access to the photo driving license records instantly. This allows confirmation of identification much quicker than previously. To find out more, click the link here for the Motoring Research article. PARISIANS INCENSED OVER A LIMITI THEY CAN'T REACHApparently, the news that there will be more roads limited in speed to 19mph, has not been well received by Parisians. The average speed is 9mph, so this sounds more like a target to reach rather than their freedoms being restrained. To read more, click here for the Motoring Research link. ——————————————————————————-If you like what we do, on this show, and think it is worth a £1.00, please consider supporting us via Patreon. Here is the link to that CLICK HERE TO SUPPORT THE PODCAST——————————————————————————-WRC: RALLY ESTONIALast weekend saw Rally Estonia take place, with Rovanperä becoming the youngest to ever win a WRC event. Breen and Neuville were second and third. Ogier struggled but stayed consistent, bringing the car home in fourth, with Evans in fifth. To find out more about the event, click the DirtFish article here. For the ‘What We Learned' article from DirtFish, click the link here. Neuville has also been slapped with suspended ban, running for the rest of the season, for exceeding the speed limit of a public road, by more than twice the legal limit. To find out more about that, click the DirtFish article here. NEW NEW CAR NEWSVauxhall AstraVauxhall was released images of the 8th generation Astra. The design, particularly at the front, continues the design language already deployed on the Grandland. The interior looks a big improvement on the existing. Engines will be a mix of petrol, diesel and hybrids. Prices are expected to start around £22,000, moving past £30,000 for PHEV models. To read more, click the Autocar article here. Lotus EmiraGoodwood was the venue for the World debut of the Lotus Emira. This is a car aimed at the Alpine A110 and Porsche 718 Cayman. After the First Edition models run out, with a price range of £60-80,000, the expected starting price will be just under £60k. There will be two engine choices, Toyota's V6, giving around 400bhp, and AMG's 4-cylinder engine from the A45. We can expect the chassis and handling to be top notch, but customers will have to wait until spring 2022 to find out for sure. To read more, click the EVO article here. Wells Vertige A new British sports car was revealed, the Wells Vertige, costing around £45,000, but majoring on lightness. Expected to only weigh around 815kg, with a design that harks back to the 1960s in some angles. The car is also not very big, slightly narrower but a touch longer than a MX-5. To read more, click the Hagerty article here. LUNCHTIME READ: DAWN PATROL - BEDFORDSHIRE AND CAMBRIDGESHIREAntony Ingram has written up a Dawn Patrol route which he recommends you try for flowing roads and great scenery. This is also an inspiring piece, which may make you consider organising your own early morning drive, particularly whist the weather is so good. To read more, click the Hagerty article here. LIST OF THE WEEK: SMALL IS BEAUTIFUL - 9 SMALL CARS THAT GAVE US LUXURYAnother Hagerty article, this time our List of the Week showing examples of small yet luxurious cars. We can get on board with that concept! To run through the list yourself, click the link here, then tell us your choice! AND FINALLY: DON'T SAY IT WITH FLOWERS TO AN AVPhilip Koopman shared a link that explained how three years of testing was derailed, in Vienna, when an AV bus was foiled by daisies growing up through a crack in the road. To find out more, click the link here.
In this week's episode we cover the mysteries case of Taylor Kramer, former bass player for the psychedelic rock band Iron Butterfly (Ina-gada-davida bayyybayyy!). After Kramer retired from the rock world he became successful in the world of technology. Kramer had developed a, at the time, state of the art program that could find missing children. As time went on, however, Kramer started experiencing delusions and became more paranoid. Eventually Kramer went missing, leaving his grieving wife wondering what went wrong. Next we discuss the heart warming case of Michele West. As a teenager, West ran away from home and while on a Greyhound was concvinced by three men, who at first she perceived as frightening, to return home. Not only did these men help convince her to return home but they protected her on her journey. Finally Josh reads more from his newly discovered diaries that he wrote when he was a teenager in our second installment of "The Perks of Being a Joshflower". ------------------------------- For more Mike & Josh, check out their YouTube channels! Josh: www.youtube.com/dancingwithghosts Mike: www.youtube.com/OCPCommunications
EPISODE OVERVIEW:In this special second Bonus Episode of the Remarkable People Podcast Season 1 (BE Remarkable), Nick True shares with us how to manage our money during this global pandemic and how to seize the new opportunities all around us after the Coronavirus has changed our world. As an added bonus, Nick also shares with us his proven D.R.I.V.E. method and how freelancing can get you where you want to be.GUEST BIO:Nick True is a married twenty-something from Tennessee and father to four fur-children. Through his YouTube channel (Mapped Out Money), Nick writes speaks about personal finance, budgeting, and Slow-FI, all while traveling full-time with his wife and four pets in a 27ft Airstream. He is passionate about teaching people to enjoy their money now, while also saving and investing for the future. With some creative help from his wife Hanna, Nick aims to produce approachable and engaging personal finance content to help you understand finance and manage your money, so you can get on with living your life to the fullest.LINKS, BOOKS & RESOURCES MENTIONED:Mapped Out Money Website Mapped Out Money PodcastEPISODE PROUDLY SPONSORED BY:Pam Heinold, Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate – Pensacola, FloridaCONNECT WITH NICK:YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCfRqvJFJ6LLQ62lKmOUXATwInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/mappedoutmoney/CONNECT WITH DAVE:Facebook: http://Facebook.com/davepasqualone LinkedIn: http://Linkedin.com/in/dpasqualoneTwitter: https://twitter.com/DavePasqualone Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/davidpasqualone/ ENJOYING THE PODCAST?Please Subscribe, Rate, and Review us on Apple, Google, or your favorite podcast directory. It only takes seconds and really makes a powerful difference in us booking remarkable guests and sponsors for you to enjoy and benefit from.INTERESTED IN SPONSORING THE PODCAST?Please check out DavidPasqualone.com/SponsorInfoDOWNLOAD THE FULL TRANSCRIPTClick Here to Download NowTHE NOT-SO-FINE-PRINT DISCLAIMER:While we are very appreciative of our guests, please understand that we do not agree with all of their views and positions. Thankfully we live in a country that protects our freedoms and allows us to practice the constitutional right of free speech, and the universal gift of God's free will. That's it, the whole disclaimer. Now Go and Enjoy another episode at https://DavidPasqualone.com/RPP!
I had lunch with Mr. Phillip Taylor, formerly of Fort Bend ISD (Assistant Fine Arts Director) and is now in Austin ISD as the Administrative Supervisor of Fine Arts. We had a great chat about classroom teachers, UIL, and his days as a varsity football player. Enjoy!
2018 Financial Freedom Lessons Today, Scott and Mindy go guest-less to recap and review the things they’ve learned over the first year of podcasting. Topping the list—and surprising no one—is tracking your spending. But we did learn some new things this year too, like how money dates are a great way to bring your spouse on board. Looking for change your financial situation in 2019? THIS is the episode that can start you down the path to financial freedom. In This Episode We Cover: What Scott and Mindy's goal is The most important thing that their guests have done for their success in achieving their financial goals A discussion on tracking your spending Why relentless self-education is so vital How to get your spouse on board with money dates Why there's no secret sauce for making more money How past money mistakes do not dictate your future money life How to apply intelligence and work ethic to earn more income How real estate helps people to pursue financial independence The four major categories people spend on: Housing Transportation Childcare expense Healthcare And SO much more! Links from the Show BiggerPockets Money Podcast BiggerPockets Podcast BiggerPockets Money Podcast 07: How Breakfast Food Motivated Financial Freedom with Mr. and Mrs. Waffles on Wednesday Waffles On Wednesday: Make Your Own Free Mobile Expense Tracking App in 30 Minutes Mr. Money Mustache Blog BiggerPockets Money Podcast 04: Eliminating Over $30,000 in Debt Through Extreme Organization with Former State Trooper Rosemarie Groner The Busy Budgeter BiggerPockets Money Podcast 10: Designing a Frugal But Luxurious FI Life by Age 32 with Liz Thames Frugalwoods BiggerPockets Money Podcast 24: Getting Financially “Naked” with Your Significant Other — With Erin Lowry Broke Millennial BiggerPockets Money Podcast 03: Cutting Your Grocery Bill in Half with Erin Chase from $5 Dinners 5 Dollar Dinners BiggerPockets Money Podcast 39: From “Bad with Money” to Intentional Saving and Spending with Jamila Souffrant BiggerPockets Money Podcast 32: Financial Freedom Through Small Life Changes and a Modest Real Estate Portfolio Planting Our Pennies BiggerPockets Money Podcast 08: From Financially Perfect to Rock Bottom (and Back Again) with Tiffany “The Budgetnista” Aliche The Budgetnista BiggerPockets Money Podcast 11: Financial Freedom in Less Than Five Years with Joel from FI 180 FI 180 BiggerPockets Money Podcast 49: Wealth Transfer—How to Financially Prepare for Inheritance Money with Hari Mix BiggerPockets Money Podcast 50: Rebuilding Your Financial Life After Bankruptcy with Patrice Washington BiggerPockets Money Podcast 12: How to Become an “Overnight” Success in 10 Short Years with David Greene BiggerPockets Money Podcast 01: The Surprising (Scientific) Truth Behind What Makes You Successful with Mr. Money Mustache BiggerPockets Money Podcast 02: An All-Out Approach to Financial Independence at an Early Age with Scott Trench BiggerPockets Money Podcast 05: Jump Starting Your Early FI Plans by Live-in Flipping with Mindy Jensen BiggerPockets Money Podcast 09: Financial Independence at Age 30 (by House Hacking + Side Hustles) with Drew from Guy On Fire Guy on FIRE BiggerPockets Money Podcast 16: Financial Security Through Passive Income with Joel Larsgaard BiggerPockets Money Podcast 21: How Losing 265 Pounds Spurred Job & Investing Success with Tony Gayden BiggerPockets Money Podcast 19: The Ultimate Real Estate Retirement Plan with Chad Carson BiggerPockets Money Podcast 35: Hacking Your Life to Live for (Almost) Free with Craig Curelop BiggerPockets Forums BiggerPockets Money Podcast 22: How to Pay Off 6-Figure Student Loans While Pursuing Financial Independence with Travis Hornsby BiggerPockets Money Podcast 48: Breaking the Impulse Shopping Twitch to Embrace Minimalism with Anthony Ongaro Turo Airbnb BiggerPockets Money Podcast 29: From $200,000 in Student Loan Debt to $150,000 Net Worth in 3 Years with Nick and Alyssa Paros BiggerPockets Money Podcast 38: Getting Serious About Paying Off Debt with Phillip Taylor from PT Money BiggerPockets Money Podcast 18: Accessing Retirement Funds Before Age 59½ with The Mad Fientist
Phillip Taylor studied to be a CPA in college, just like his dad. He graduated with some debt and decided to add to it by buying a house. In order to afford his new house, he didn’t max out his 401k—he didn’t even contribute enough to get the...
Special Bonus Quick Pop Episode with Phillip Taylor from PTMoney.com and FinConExpo.com. This is a quick and fun rapid fire question session. Full Show Notes at www.PopcornFinance.com/71 Leave me a Voicemail at www.PopcornFinance.com/Voicemail Connect with me Instagram -@PopcornFinancePodcast Twitter - @PopcornFinance Facebook - Popcorn Finance
We're coming to you (mostly) live from Podcast Movement! Joe caught up with some of our favorite podcasters and friends and interviewed them live right from the event floor. We have an action-packed episode featuring Gwen Mertz in our headlines, and then interviews from Jordan Harbinger, Phillip Taylor, and Vincent Pugliese, plus an awesome roundtable segment featuring Mindy Jensen from Bigger Pockets, Joel Larsgaard from Pour Not Poor, and Chris Browning from Popcorn Finance. Thanks also to MagnifyMoney.com for sponsoring Stacking Benjamins. MagnifyMoney.com saves users on average $450 when they compare, ditch, switch and save on credit cards, student loan refinancing, checking, savings and more. Check out MagnifyMoney.com for your savings. Thanks to Emperor Investments for supporting Stacking Benjamins. Go to emperorinvests.com/sb and select "Stacking Benjamins podcast" when asked how you heard about the show.
July 22, 2018 Just Riding Along Show Page ABOUT THIS EPISODE It’s all about the dongle. Dongle. Dongle. Dongle. Dongle. Andrea likes messing around with suspension and she brings up her current situation. Matt goes total geek on some ShockWiz details, they chat about a lot of recent visitors, and then they answer some questions. If you like JRA, this is another one of what you have come to like, so listen already, would ya? --------- THANKS TO THIS SHOW’S SPONSOR Wausau24: 6, 12, and 24 Hour Mountain Bike Race at Nine Mile Forest in Wausau, Wisconsin on July 28-29, 2018. The race is one of the most popular events in the Midwest every year and for great reason. It’s a great atmosphere with great trails and an organized race. Get signed up now at Wausau24.com. ---------- SUPPORT MOUNTAIN BIKE RADIO FOR $1 PER MONTH ---------- LISTENER QUESTIONS - Cam has a question about bike build - Michael H has a question about Dynaplugs - Doug F has a question about building a Scout - Brad H has a question about Garmin stuff - Tim B has a question about the best wheel size for bike packing - John B has a question about tires and planning for a 12 hour race - SFC McElroy has a question about Eagle. If you would like to ask a question, please send an email title JRA Question to email@example.com. ---------- SHOW DONATIONS – Chris Hammer of Illinois gave $25 with note: Started listening earlier this year and love your show. Put this toward Andrea’s Carbon Fiber Paste fund! Keep on keepin’ on!– Paul Belknap of parts unknown gave $25 with note: Thanks for keeping me entertained on the trainer while I come back from a broken femur.– Phillip Taylor of the UK gave $25 with note: Sorry it’s been a while. Keep up with the craich– Scott Beardsell of Georgia gave $25 – Jeff Chen of Washington gave $25 with note: Andrea, Matt & Kenny, Thanks for producing such a great podcast. I love how you guys cut through the marketing BS and tell it as it is. Keep up the good work! Jeff @ Dirt Merchant Bikes If you would like to support the show, CLICK HERE. --------- RELATED SHOW LINKS Buy the JRA Intro Music Right HereShop via our Amazon Affiliate LinkGo to the Mountain Bike Radio Store Ultimate Form - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tDM8POpJ9Bs Femoral Cedric - https://youtu.be/EZgw0rY1408?t=164 Maxxis Tires - https://www.maxxis.com/tires/bicycle Kudzu - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kudzu Race Face Arc 30 Rim - https://www.raceface.com/products/details/arc-rims DT Swiss Rims - https://www.dtswiss.com/en/products/rims/mtb/ Dynaplug - http://www.dynaplug.com/ Genuine Innovations Side o' Bacon - https://shop.genuineinnovations.com/products/tubeless-bicycle-tire-plugs-side-of-bacon Transition Scout - https://www.transitionbikes.com/Bikes_Scout.cfm DC Rainmaker - https://www.dcrainmaker.com/ Specialized Fast Trak - https://www.specialized.com/us/en/fast-trak-2bliss-ready/p/132633 Clif Double Shot - https://www.clifbar.com/products/clif/shot-energy-gel/double-expresso Sonya Looney Podcast - https://www.sonyalooney.com/podcasts/ Australian Craigslist - https://sydney.craigslist.com.au/ Become a Mountain Bike Radio member - http://mountainbikeradio.bigcartel.com/category/mbr-memberships Just Riding Along on Twitter - https://twitter.com/TheJRAShow Brickhouse Racing Website - https://www.facebook.com/BrickhouseRacing Brickhouse Racing Facebook Page - https://www.facebook.com/BrickhouseRacing Brickhouse Racing Instagram - https://instagram.com/brickhouseracing/ Mountain Bike Radio Facebook Page - https://www.facebook.com/MountainBikeRadio Andrea’s Twitter - https://twitter.com/BrickhouseMTB Matt’s Twitter - https://twitter.com/Beanpolematt Kenny’s Twitter - https://twitter.com/NoFullFaceKenny
Phillip Taylor, AKA PT Money, and I sit down at FINCON 2017 from Dallas, TX. Fincon is the conference PT actually started in 2011 as a way for people inside the world of financial blogging to come together and create a community that had never been created until then. Fast forward just a few years later, and FINCON started to take on it’s own identity. Lifelong friendships have formed, small blogs have turned into multi-million dollar media empires, and the people who attend now label themselves FINCONNERS. Which is why the conference continues to grow each year, with over 1,700 people flying into Dallas to be part of what FINCON 2017. Inside the episode we break down: How PT started his first conference and how he found people to attend How he has been able to grow a tribe of “FinConners” What were some of the biggest challenges getting started How he has had to pivot the initial conference idea to what it is today Why FINCON doesn’t feel like a conference, but rather a vacation All the show notes, links, and anything PT and I mentioned can be found at https://www.moneypeach.com/session68
Do you have a story to share with your personal finances? There is always room for more contributors to reach people in need of financial education. Today we are joined by PT from ptmoney.com to talk about how to get started and the benefits of sharing your journey. Everyone’s situation [...]
Paula Pant is an award winning blogger and podcaster, and today we're finding out the behind-the-scenes story of how she grew her brand! What's important to her? How does she write her pieces? When did she decide to start a podcast, and why? What mistakes has she made along the way? We'll ask her all of those things and more. Of course, at the end of the show we'll share notes from Phillip Taylor about this year's amazing FinCon in Dallas, Texas. We've got important updates so make sure you stick around until the end of the show. You'll find show notes at http://www.finconmedia.com/paula-pant-grew-afford-anything
FINCON Founder Philip Taylor, CPA stops by to discuss Donald Trumps taxes, FINCON 17, budgeting, and his story. Email; firstname.lastname@example.org Host: Prince Dykes Music Producer: Byron Turner Executive Producer: Chad Davis
This week on the show I am going to switch roles. Instead of hosting the show and interviewing a guest, I am actually going to be the guest! Phillip Taylor from PT Money recently had me on his podcast to explain how to budget when you're living paycheck to paycheck. This is one topic I can talk on for days and after obtaining PT’s permission, I wanted to share the episode here! I don't just discuss the budget, but I also share a quick story with PT of our “ah-hah!” moment: the moment which caused Andrea and I to take back control of our life and money. You're going to love this week’s unique style on the podcast. All show notes can be found at: http://www.moneypeach.com/session35
December 5, 2016 The Just Riding Along Show Page ABOUT THIS EPISODE This week the crew tackles a huge question – bike lights. As the seasons are changing and the days are growing short, the crew talks about lights that work and what lights can definitely burn your house down. They have a regular ole JRA style fork and wheel question and keep it relatively quick. Spoiler Alert: Kenny still likes the RKT. ------------ SHOW DONATIONS A huge thanks to this week’s show supporters! If you like JRA and want it to continue, consider supporting the show, CLICK HERE. –Ben G of Colorado sent $25 –Jake A of Maryland sent $25 –Your Mom from Idaho sent $10 –Phillip Taylor from the UK sent $25 We want to hear from you! If you have any questions, comments, or ideas for the next episode, contact us at email@example.com. If you have a question, please include the following details: what do you weigh, do you jump stuff, what is your budget, what is your goal? This will help us, help you, keep Just Riding Along. ----------- LISTENER QUESTIONS Questions answered by the crew in this episode: – Scott from Washington has a question about lights that easily swap from bike to bike – Tim reminds us how good the word moist is after the last episode: Miracle Whip – Allan DLR wants to know what to upgrade to fend off impending dumpster implosion. If you have any comments or questions for the Just Riding Along show, email to firstname.lastname@example.org ------------ RELATED SHOW LINKS Shop via our Amazon Affiliate Link Go to the Mountain Bike Radio Store Stan’s No Tubes Wheels Lights! Cygolite Light and Motion Lupine Serfas NiteRider Become a Mountain Bike Radio member Just Riding Along on Twitter Brickhouse Racing Website Brickhouse Racing Facebook Page Brickhouse Racing Instagram Mountain Bike Radio Facebook Page Andrea’s Twitter Matt’s Twitter Kenny’s Twitter
Do you think your niche is ready for a conference or other major event? How would you know if there's enough interest, before booking a venue, speakers, etc? Our guest today is here to answer those questions. He is Phillip Taylor and is the founder of FinCon, the world's largest Financial Content Expo. Not only will PT talk about how and when it's the right time to create an event for your particular area of expertise, and he also shares what works and what doesn't work when connecting with the event hosts of conferences you want to speak at. On episode 79 of The Speaker Lab, PT explains where the idea for FinCon came from, how he grew it to a profitable enterprise over the years and what criteria event organizers look for from their potential speakers. Whether you've spoken at a large conference or simply want to soon, you'll want to hear all of those details on today's show! THE FINER DETAILS OF THIS SHOW: What should you do before you decide to create an event? What were the two tipping points that told PT FinCon was a good idea? Why it is important to partner with your community. How long did it take for this event to be profitable? Keynotes vs. workshop speakers: what does he look for in each? How to stand out and increase your odds of being selected to speak. When is it okay to submit multiple session ideas? When is there value in speaking for free? And so much more! EPISODE RESOURCES FinCon web site FinCon on Twitter Phillip Taylor on Twitter Email PT Episode 112 of HDYGIT with PT Money The Speaker Lab Facebook group Top Speakers Tips Ready for more speakers? Join our free speaker workshop Got questions? Send them in here Email me! Subscribe on iTunes, and leave us a rating or review
On this #FreeLifeFridays episode, we talk to Phillip Taylor aka PT, founder of PTMoney.com and FinConExpo.com, about, transitioning from the Corporate World to being an Entrepreneur, why building a community as an Entrepreneur is important and how loving your work can beat the Monday morning blues. If you’d like to get in touch with PT, you can contact him on his website at www.PTMoney.com. He’s also on Instagram and twitter at @ptmoney. And if you’d like to get in touch with us because you’re interested in being interviewed for a future episode of #FreeLifeFridays, email Ash at email@example.com. Subscribe to the #FreeLifeFridays podcast on iTunes, so you never miss an episode: https://itunes.apple.com/eg/podcast/freelifefridays-on-bmpowered/id1090488020?mt=2
The episode where Ben and Shiloh have Phillip Taylor, an admin with LDS Liberty’s group page, on to talk about the controversial topic of refugees. In the last General Conference, Church representatives and General Authorities spoke of our moral responsibility to our fellowmen and refugees. However, the reception of
The episode where Ben and Shiloh have Phillip Taylor, an admin with LDS Liberty’s group page, on to talk about the controversial topic of refugees. In the last General Conference, Church representatives and General Authorities spoke of our moral responsibility to our fellowmen and refugees. However, the reception of these messages was anything but […]
Tess Vigeland was the host of Marketplace Money until she decided to leave....without another job to fall back on. Today we discuss making good radio, taking "the leap", writing a book, hiring an agent....and more. I take the opportunity to ask Phillip Taylor, our co-host, many of the same questions. You'll get a fun and informative look into the workings of PTMoney. Get more information about this episode and any upcoming FinCon Expo news at http://www.finconmedia.com/making-great-radio-and-great-leaps-with-tess-vigeland-mm-podcast-09
After my road trip to FinCon14. I recorded this episode, interviewing my friend Jared Easley, at FinCon 14 in New Orleans. FinCon14 is a financial bloggers conference. This is my first trip to FinCon. At this conference, bloggers and podcasters get together to socialize and build a community around helping people with their personal finance. All financial points of view are represented. I'm looking forward to making new friends in New Orleans at FinCon14. My interview with Jared focused on his rise from new podcaster, creating Starve the Doubts, to co-founder of the Podcast Movement, the only conference specifically for podcasters. Jared is also a #1 best selling Amazon author in multiple categories with his book Podcasting Good to Great. I also want to thank my friends Steve Stewart and Phillip Taylor for helping feel at home at my first FinCon. Lastly, congratulations to Frank Manzella (@Frank_Manzella)as the winner of the autographed copy of Smart Money Smart Kids by Dave Ramsay and Rachel Cruze. Did you enjoy the show? If you liked this episode, please consider going to iTunes and subscribing. On iTunes once you subscribe, you can leave a rating and review. Taking this action will help this podcast move up and be more easily found in iTunes. Thank you for an honest rating and review. Here is a link to subscribe or rate and review the show: http://cashcarconvert.com/itunes Alternatively, you can let me know your thoughts about the show on Twitter at @CashCarConvert. My Facebook page can be found at http://facebook.com/cashcarconvert Want to shoot me an e-mail, firstname.lastname@example.org. Do you have a comment about this interview or about the podcast itself? Please leave a comment below. I appreciate every listener. Thank you for listening to the Cash Car Convert podcast.
Here is part two of my conversation with PT and some of the take aways from the second session: Create an avatar or the ideal client of people that you would purchase your product or service. Seek out top influencers who are in your industry and seek out opportunities to work with them and to […] The post TSE 048: How Phillip Taylor Developed His Hobby Into a Successful Business Part 2! appeared first on The Sales Evangelist.
Recently I did an interview with Phillip Taylor (PT). He took his passion and turned it into a thriving online business. PT never considered himself as a sales person, but as he grew his hobby into a business, he recognized that sales was an important factor that his organization needed. Many entrepreneurs find themselves in […] The post TSE 047: How Phillip Taylor Developed His Hobby Into a Successful Business Part 1! appeared first on The Sales Evangelist.
Our guest is Philip Taylor, founder of PT Money and FinCon. There are many areas of your financial life that you can probably improve, and Philip Taylor can give you solid advice in all of them. Philip is the founder of PTMoney.com which is one of the largest personal finance websites on the Internet and in this interview, he will address many of the most common questions that he hears from his readers. This includes: • how to make money in the side if you have a full time job • How to make your savings work for you using the automate and separate strategy • Pros and cons of churning your credit cards to accumulate airline miles and free travel • How to be a landlord and not go crazy dealing with tenants