Haley has special guest, Curator of the Coors Western Art Exhibit and Sale, Rose Fredrick, on the show to discuss what western art has done to preserve the culture of the American West, which current artists are on the rise, and how one can start to curate their own art collection.After you tune in, make sure you attend these upcoming art events:Next Week: Young Guns Rhinestone RodeoJanuary: Coors Western Art Exhibit & SalePanel: Haley Mirr and Rose FredrickNeed professional help finding, buying, or selling a legacy ranch, contact us:Mirr Ranch Group901 Acoma StreetDenver, CO 80204Phone: (303) 623-4545https://www.MirrRanchGroup.com/
0:00 - Dan & Amy have a few tips to help you watch US v Iran in the World Cup 12:36 - Dan & Amy return to LA County and Nicholas Gutierrez' “accident” 26:49 - AZ election: Mohave Co Board of Supervisors Ron Gould certifies under duress 47:00 - We need more people like Jimmy Lai 01:05:02 - Todd Chatman, spokesperson for Food for the Poor, explains how far a small donation can go to feeding a child or family in need. For more on Food for the Poor visit FoodForThePoor.org. To donate today for Giving Tuesday with a 3x match to your donation. Click the Link at 560theAnswer.com Call toll free 844.862.4673 Text “WIND” to 41444 01:18:33 - President at Wirepoints, Ted Daborwski, says goodbye to Ald Ed Burke. Check out Ted's latest wirepoints.org 01:35:53 - Former Chief Asst. U.S. Attorney & Contributing Editor at National Review, Andrew McCarthy: Time to Get Serious about Preserving and Protecting America. Be sure to check out Andy's most recent book Ball of Collusion: The Plot to Rig an Election and Destroy a Presidency 01:51:43 - Todd Chatman, spokesperson for Food for the Poor, returns to remind you all donations made on Giving Tuesday will be matched 3x. To donate today for Giving Tuesday with a 3x match to your donation. Click the Link at 560theAnswer.com Call toll free 844.862.4673 Text “WIND” to 41444. For more on Food for the Poor visit FoodForThePoor.orgSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
During the golden age of Irish Whiskey, Belfast-based Dunville's was one of the biggest brands on the market. While the brand was almost lost to history, it was revived a decade ago by the family-owned Echlinville Distillery in Northern Ireland. Using vintage sourced whiskies, the Dunville's brand has been preserved for new generations of Irish Whiskey fans. We'll talk with Echlinville's Jarlath Watson about the Dunville's heritage and building new traditions as the distillery prepares to release its own whiskies starting in 2023.
From the roar of wind against mountains and the slam of waves on the shore to early morning birdsong, the sounds that fill our natural world are not only beautiful, they're at risk, writes biologist David George Haskell in his new book, “Sounds Wild and Broken.” Haskell describes a global sonic landscape that's threatened by human-induced habitat destruction and noise pollution and warns that by smothering the earth's many voices, we're not only imperiling species but losing our connection to the natural world. But by paying attention to sounds both natural and human-created, we can understand what's at stake — and mobilize to protect it. Haskell joins to share more about our world's sonic diversity and guide us in listening to it. Guests: David George Haskell, author, “Sounds Wild and Broken: Sonic Marvels, Evolution's Creativity and the Crisis of Sensory Extinction”; William R. Kenan Jr. Professor of Biology and Environmental Studies, The University of the South
For many crop and livestock producers, 2021 and 2022 were both strong net farm income years making tax planning strategies important. Purdue agricultural economists Brady Brewer and Michael Langemeier discuss strategies that will help reduce tax liabilities while also maintaining working capital. Strategies to consider include deferring income, prepaying expenses, retirement plan contributions, bunching itemized contributions, or hiring your children all of which won't drain your farm's working capital as much as using accelerated depreciation. Preserving working capital for family living and principal payments may be necessary for 2023 if higher breakeven prices and lower cash flows hold true to current 2023 projections. Slides from the discussion can be found at https://purdue.ag/3XuIx4D. If you are enjoying the podcast, tweet us using#PurdueCommercialAgCast. Podcast provided by Purdue University's Center for Commercial Agriculture. For more farm information and news visit us at http://purdue.edu/commercialag.
Have you ever heard the real story of Thanksgiving? The true Thanksgiving story is one of incredible sacrifice and Biblical devotion that helped lay a foundation for generations to come in our nation. Brian and Dale spend this half hour sharing with you, or reminding you, of the true story of the Pilgrims that settled America that often gets squandered in today's world. As we seek to preserve the truths of Thanksgiving throughout this season and through generations, this is a great episode to share with the whole family.Episode Highlights: Conditions of the ship.Arriving in America. “Do you have beer?”Squanto and Samoset. The 5 kernels of corn.Preserving the truths of Thanksgiving.Links Mentioned in Episode/Find More on ForeverLawn:Stephen Manfield Thanksgiving StoryRush Limbaugh Thanksgiving featurewww.foreverlawn.comInstagram: @foreverlawnincGet Grass Without Limits HereVisit our show notes page HERESubscribe to Our Newsletter HERE
For Native American Heritage Month, we discuss the archaeological artifacts archived at the MLK Library with State Archaeologist Ruth Tricolli, Chief Jesse James Swann of the Piscataway Conoy Tribe, and Armand Lione of the DC Native History Project. We reveal what these artifacts tell us about the Indigenous peoples who made a home and livelihood in for thousands of years. We'll also connect the neighborhoods of Washington DC, their roots to Native American History and Culture, and the need for increased education of Native Americans in the District.
Episode 42: The Advantages and Difficulties of Preserving Suffolk County's Water Supply In this episode of "Environmental Echo," we revisit a crucial conversation between Paul Boyce President and CEO of PW Grosser, and Jeffrey W. Szabo, Suffolk County Water Authority CEO. With the recent passage of New York State's $4.2 billion Environmental Bond Act, it is now more vital than ever to understand the costs and procedures involved in supplying clean drinking water to Suffolk County's residents. This episode delves into the complexities of the many processes involved in the treatment and delivery of water to SCWA customers. Listen to the entire episode to learn more about the Water Authority's intricacies, innovations, and future goals. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
the guys discuss Stoops' whining about NIL/transfer portal, is Stoops scared, the reality around the Governor's Cup, more sad Louisville basketball nonsense, and Jack has numbers. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Foo Dog Motorcycles in Denver, CO is the brainchild of traveling-musician-turned-classic-restorer Carson Allen, a die-hard fan of vintage 1960s to early 80s Japanese bikes, with a special affinity for those in distress. Of course, parts for these lost legends can be pretty hard to come by, and that's okay with him. “Preserving the past is really my focus,” he tells Willie and Kevin. “I know that these bikes we put enough love and care and attention to detail into them that they're never gonna go back to the state they were before.” Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This episode is brought to you by GRUBBED Faisal is one of the principals of the Popowich Karmali Advisory Group, a Portfolio Manager and Investment Advisor at CIBC Wood Gundy. He holds the Chartered Investment Manager (CIM®), and Certified Financial Planner (CFP®) designations. Faisal co-hosts More Than Money, a weekly radio program dedicated to retirement finance and lifestyle. He is also a Business and Market Expert for NewsTalk770 (CHQR AM770) radio, and CTV, where he appears regularly to share his insights on retirement, financial and economic issues. You can learn more about Faisal and the Karmali Exchange at: https://faisalkarmali.ca/ Follow Faisal on Instagram at: https://www.instagram.com/faisalkarmali/
Giulianna Maria Lamanna, of The Fifth World, drops a huge two-part question in this episode: Are there people in the permaculture community talking about climate change and the impact of global warming on invasive species? Is it our responsibility as permaculture practitioners to create new ecosystems for the changing climate? This leads to a conversation where we discuss: Preserving native ecosystems The creation of novel ecosystems The role of exotic species The influence of human disturbance The impacts of erosion. We're also asked to examine our role in tending the wild, and what responsibility, if any, we have to domesticated species such as chickens. In doing so, can we take back the stewardship of our own habitat? (A remastered episode. Original Release: 25 May 2017)
We're a week behind with this episode, you can blame Las Vegas & Hurricane Nicole. (Not Ryan or Joel)In this special episode of 2 Fat Guys Talking Flowers, we sit down with a long-time family friend and colleague, Juan Carlos Sanchez of Presh Tech S.A.S. A unique company from Colombia who are one of the leading producers of preserved flowers, including their Vermeille brand collection, which we have been carrying for years. Since 2005, JC and his team have developed many unique preserved roses and speciatly products including gift boxes, pre-made hat boxes, jewelry case roses and more! Their products are preferred by many designers in Japan, South Korea, Germany, France, Italy and the Middle East, where expertise and demand for high-quality standards on Preserved Flowers are some of the highest.Learn more about JC and his product line at https://www.presh-tech.com/
Chris Stigall is a conservative radio talk show host on KCMO 710 AM/103.7 FM in Kansas City from 10a-Noon CST and WNTP 990 AM "The Answer" in Philadelphia, PA from 6a-9a EST and has also been featured as contributor on Fox News. In addition to that, he also hosts his own podcast called "The Chris Stigall Podcast" and another podcast with his wife called "Making The Leap". The link to Chris' website is below this description and while you're on his website, be sure to look into joining the Chris Stigall Harrumph Society, "founded to advance the understanding of current events. Preserving and protecting our culture and Constitutional Republic requires informed, steely-eyed voters who aren't easily distracted". Chris, Jillian and I have many things in common. Aside from our conservative views, we each worked at Q104 (KBEQ FM) in Kansas City. In this episode (24), Chris joins Jillian Gregg and I to discuss how he got into radio by being a super fan of The Randy Miller Morning Show. With an overwhelming desire and commitment to do whatever it took to get a shot in radio, Randy took a liking to him and gave him an opportunity to work along side and behind the scenes. Which later exposed Chris' work ethic to Program Director, Mike Kennedy, who later offered him a job out of college at Northwest Missouri State. Upon leaving Q104, Chris remained in the Kansas City market working at a few different stations before leaving for Philadelphia. The title of this episode perfectly summarizes this nearly 3 hour discussion. Aside from talking about his fascinating start to his radio career and the stops along the way, Chris also dives into the current American political climate. From the 2022 midterm elections, to the recent announcement of Donald Trump running for the Presidency in 2024, to the hype of Ron DeSantis and the issues within the Republican party. We close out the show talking about Chris' commitment to his christian faith. In doing so, Chris is vulnerable and open about his battle with anxiety and stress and using alcohol "heavily" (as he put it) to cope but later being freed from daily drinking and now sober for nearly 4 years. Chris is a very talented, smart and well-spoken man with a genuine heart and I thoroughly enjoyed our conversation. I think you'll enjoy it also. Watch this episode on Spotify or YouTube. If you can't watch, you can also listen on Apple, Amazon, Google, Castbox or iHeart Radio. And finally, THANK YOU for watching/listening! Please do us a favor and help us spread the word about The Papa Ron Podcast. https://paparonradio.com Follow The Papa Ron Podcast on Facebook, Instagram and TikTok: @paparonpodcast https://chrisstigall.com Chris Stigall on Instagram: @chrisstigallshow https://www.domaresolutions.com https://www.heartlandwaterfowl.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/paparonpodcast/support
Don Green, the CEO of the Napoleon Hill Foundation, author, the world's foremost expert on Napoleon Hill, philanthropist, and a leading evangelist of entrepreneurial personal development joins me on this episode. We talk about success principles, why Napoleon Hill's work is as relevant today as ever, the true way to happiness, the impact made by the Napoleon Hill Foundation, and more. Get connected with Don and The Napoleon Hill Foundation: Website: https://www.naphill.org/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NapoleonHillFoundation/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/the-napoleon-hill-foundation/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/NapoleonHillFdn Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/napoleon_hill_foundation/ Purchase a copy of Think and Grow Rich: https://www.amazon.com/Think-Grow-Rich-Publication-Foundation/dp/193787950X Check out the amazing sponsors of this episode: http://chenzoweb.com/ https://1565coffee.com/ https://ambitious.com/ *1565 Artisan Coffee Special Offer: Get 15% off your order when you use promo code COFFEECHAT at checkout. *Ambitious Special Offer: Get $10 off your order of Ambitious EDGE when you use promo code COFFEECHAT at checkout. Want to learn how you can work with me to gain more clarity, build a rock solid foundation for your business, and achieve the results and success you deserve? Visit http://jayscherrbusinessconsulting.com/ and schedule a 1:1 discovery coaching call. Enjoy, thanks for listening, and please share with a friend! To your success, Jay
Reuther Library audiovisual archivist Mary Wallace discusses the Library's WWJ / WDIV Film, Video, and Teleprompter Scripts collection, which captures seven decades of news, current events, politics, and community life as reported by the Detroit news station from the 1920s through 1990s. Related Collections: WWJ / WDIV Film, Video, and Teleprompter Scripts Episode Credits Producers: … Continue reading Heard It On the News: Preserving 20th Century Detroit History Through Local Newscasts →
This is the story of how African American theater professionals are working to preserve the legacy of black performance art and create generational wealth in their community. In this episode, you will learn: 1. The importance of community theater as a starting point for careers in the arts 2. The plans for the African American Museum of the Performing Arts (AMPA) and the Lillian Marcy Center for the Performing Arts 3. The focus of the Definition Theatre on providing opportunities for young people to learn about and pursue careers in the arts.
Join us TOMORROW (or today, depending on when you're listening), Thursday, November 17th, 11:30am, at Terry Schrunk Plaza in Downtown Portland, as we rally to say that Mature and Old Growth Forests are Worth More Standing!Preserving our mature and old-growth forests is one of the best ways we can fight climate change, as well as preserve wildlife habitat and drinking water. Join us and other activists rallying across the country to make sure the Forest Service (and the President!) know our forests are worth more standing! We'll start gathering between 11:30 AM and noon at Terry Schrunk Plaza (directly across from the regional Forest Service office) for live music and hot drinks, to make art together, and deliver a petition signed by over 100,000 forest lovers from across the US to make our message loud and clear that we need a lasting, durable rule that protects these climate forests from destructive logging projects.Bring a mug and a sign that says what you love most about Oregon's public forests! Carpools are currently being organized from Eugene as well. Sign up for more details and updates on this important event.https://www.climate-forests.org/eventsLearn more about the Coast Range Association's work on private and public forests, and our groundbreaking Green New Deal for Oregon's Forests at https://coastrange.org/And please consider donating to support us at: https://coastrange.networkforgood.com/projects/172942-support-coast-range-associationSupport the show
RUNDOWN To kick off Episode "Dallas", the guys play Stump the Band before Mitch vents his spleen on the field conditions and broadcast quality of the Germany game! Then, the guys dig into their main takeaways from the Seahawks loss before basking in the afterglow of a memorable edition of the Washington versus Oregon rivalry game. A four-pack of guests are sportswriter Jeff Pearlman, Brady and Joe for the Seahawks No-Table, & CBS college football analyst Rick Neuheisel. The “Other Stuff” segment subjects include interesting tidbits from Jerry Dipoto's GM meetings, a woman giving birth to her own granddaughter, and RIPs from the world of comedy. GUESTS Jeff Pearlman | Author The Last Folk Hero: The Life and Myth of Bo Jackson Brady Henderson | ESPN's NFL Nation Seahawks reporter Joe Fann | WynnBet Rick Neuheisel | CBS Sports college football analyst TABLE OF CONTENTS 0:00 | Will Roger Goodell every take a hint that these international games are a poor product for NFL fans? 12:30 | Mitch shares the password for Beat the Boys as the contest is entering the second half! 16:15 | The guys provide their observations from the lackluster performance by the Seahawks in Germany. 22:59 | What a delight for Husky fans as Michael Penix Jr. led UW to a scintillating win over the Ducks! 27:30 | A mere three months ago, Seattle football fans were wondering who should play quarterback for the Hawks and Dawgs, and here we are with Smith and Penix! 35:36 | GUEST: Renowned sportswriter Jeff Pearlman hops aboard to preview his latest book about sports legend Bo Jackson! 57:14 | GUEST: Brady Henderson & Joe Fann weigh in on the 21-16 loss to Tampa Bay in Munich. 1:18:31 | GUEST: Rick Neuheisel is back with the college football regular season approaching the penultimate weekend and the Huskies fresh off their stunning win in Eugene. 1:43:59 | Todays “Other Stuff” segment features topics ranging from Dipoto's concerning offseason comments, an unusual birth in Utah, and the passing of comedy icons.
This week, Preponderance of Ponderances is back with Jess in the driver's seat. She talks with Joey and Aaron about Sax-a-booms, mushrooms, preserving the dead, aquamation, Fruit Loop hair, objectivity, and averages. They don't talk about Harry Sultenfuss. references Jack Black performing his legendary Sax-A-Boom with The Roots NYT Cooking: Honey-Glazed Mushrooms With Udon Boil your mushrooms The French Chef episode on Boeuf Bourguignon The New York Times: The Fading Art of Preserving the Dead CBS News: Want to go green after death? Aquamation, composting offer eco-friendly burial options Being Mortal: Medicine and What Matters in the End by Atul Gawande Snatch Jake Baldino Toronto Star: When U.S. air force discovered the flaw of averages Isaiah Mustafa is the man your man could smell like. Albanese Candy NPR: Are Gummy Bear Flavors Just Fooling Our Brains? Behavioral scientist and professor Aradhna Krishna on the power of mental imagery
Many thanks to Robert Friedland, MD, a fellow neurologist, for joining me on today's episode of “The Art of Medicine with Dr. Andrew Wilner.” Dr. Friedland is a Professor of Neurology and Neurobiology at the University of Louisville School of Medicine in Kentucky. He is also the author of a new book, “UnAging, The Four Factors that Impact How You Age.”Dr. Friedland has practiced neurology for 45 years. During that time, he has treated countless patients with cognitive problems and dementia associated with aging. After years of research, he arrived at an astonishing conclusion: A decline in brain function does not have to happen with aging.Further, there are four factors that we can control, which can help stave off aging's harmful effects. Dr. Friedland asserts that if we are lucky enough to face old age, addressing these four factors can help us age gracefully with a higher quality of life. You can learn about these strategies during our fascinating 30-minute interview.According to Friedland, “In general, it's never too late” to develop more resilience against aging. Find Dr. Friedland's provocative new book here: https://amzn.to/3F8zQX9You can also watch "The Art of Medicine with Dr. Andrew Wilner" on YouTube: www.youtube.com/c/andrewwilnermdauthorPlease search for "The Art of Medicine with Dr. Andrew Wilner."Feedback is welcome! Please rate, review, and share every episode you learn from and enjoy! You'll find a new program every two weeks.To receive the latest updates and links, please sign up at: www.andrewwilner.comTo support this podcast: https://www.patreon.com/andrewwilner Finally, many thanks to “The Art of Medicine's” wonderful sponsor, Locumstory.com. If you are interested in locum tenens, or considering a new full-time position, please go to Locumstory.com.Or paste this link into your browser:https://locumstory.com/?source=DSP_directbuy_drwilnerpodcast_physician_general Tell them Dr. Wilner sent you! Thanks for listening! PS: For more entertainment, watch "Underwater with Dr. Andrew" on YouTube.
Trying "all the pasta" is something many of us dream about when planning our trips to Italy but few of us come close to achieving that feat. Not so our guest Vicky Bennison who has built a huge following documenting the pasta making prowess of Italy's nonne or grannies on her YouTube channel Pasta Grannies.Vicky travels Italy's regions in search of unique pasta dishes made by women with wonderful life stories, documenting their lives and recipes along the way both on video and in her new book, a collection of the recipes featured in the show. Read the full episode show notes, including places mentioned here > untolditaly.com/149The Untold Italy podcast is an independent production. Podcast Editing, Audio Production and Website Development by Mark Hatter. Production Assistance and Content Writing by the other Katie Clarke - yes there are two of us! Support the showJoin us: Untold Italy Amici | Visit our online store | Follow: Instagram • Facebook • YouTube • Italy Travel Planning Community
Preserving special memories for the future is something we are very passionate about here at the Declutter Hub. In this podcast I am talking to someone who helps preserve memories every single day. For more show notes go to our Podcast Page. If you haven't already, make sure you check out our website The Declutter Hub. We are delighted you're here and can't wait to share all our top tips about decluttering and organising with you. Please feel free to join our Facebook group The Declutter Hub Community and you can find out more about The Declutter Hub membership here.
This conversation is all of the board from saying Happy Birthday to Grace Johnson to FFA focused mostly on Diversity Quota.
This is The Briefing, a daily analysis of news and events from a Christian worldview.Part I (00:13 - 03:52) Will the Election (and Ensuing Consequences) Over the Next Two Years Be Largely Determined by Rain?: The Looming Question You Probably Did Not to Wonder AboutWill Rain Affect Turnout Tomorrow? The Answer Is Cloudy. by New York Times (Eve Washington and John Keefe)Part II (03:52 - 09:49) The Greater the Opportunity for Mischief, The Greater Likelihood Mischief Will Happen: The Importance of Preserving the Integrity of Voting on Election DayPart III (09:49 - 17:14) The Culprit of Our Current Confusion of Election Integrity and Delayed Polling Results: Covid-19 — Are We Weakening American Confidence in the Political Process in a Post-Pandemic World?Part IV (17:14 - 24:08) ‘ID Law Creates Unique Obstacles for Transgender Voters': A Glaring and Obvious Problem But Not For the Reasons Cited in the ArticleAs Anti-LGBTQ Rhetoric Grows, Voter ID Laws Create Obstacles for Thousands of Transgender Voters by USA Today (Cady Stanton)The 2020 LGBT Vote: Preferences and characteristics of LGBT voters in the U.S. by USA Today (Cady Stanton)Sign up to receive The Briefing in your inbox every weekday morning.Follow Dr. Mohler:Twitter | Instagram | Facebook | YouTubeFor more information on The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, go to sbts.edu.For more information on Boyce College, just go to BoyceCollege.com.To write Dr. Mohler or submit a question for The Mailbox, go here.
Voters go to the polls, many in the hope of preserving US democracy. Putin businessman admits to meddling in US elections. Musk's Twitter struggles with surge in misinformation. You can subscribe to Five Minute News with Anthony Davis on YouTube, with your preferred podcast app, ask your smart speaker, or enable Five Minute News as your Amazon Alexa Flash Briefing skill. Subscribe, rate and review at www.fiveminute.news Five Minute News is an Evergreen Podcast, covering politics, inequality, health and climate - delivering independent, unbiased and essential world news, daily. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Here we are again for our next installment about all things time. In this episode we will discuss how to say no free of guilt or any other bad feelings that befall you. Being able to say no when we want to is the key to being able to enforce our own boundaries around time and honor our true priorities. Being able to say no when we want to also helps us become more of who we truly are. This episode is one of several so don't forget to subscribe to the podcast so you don't miss the final episode. Did this episode resonate with you? Please help me in spreading the word by subscribing and writing a review on your podcast platform. All you have to do is go to https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/permission-to-burn-your-manual/id1616743809, and thanks for your support of this show! I'd love to hear from you. Have a special request for a topic or a question? You can find me on Instagram and Facebook @CathiWhaleyMD or you can e-mail me at email@example.com
The outreach and challenges with mobilizing first-time and younger voters. The ongoing efforts to preserve indigenous languages in California. A Dixon-based author discusses new book “Awaiting the Sun: WWII Veterans Remember the Aleutians.” Voter outreach
Sermon by: Dr. David Rountree on 11/6/22 at New Covenant Church in Anderson, SC. Scripture Passage: Exodus 20:13 Outline: 1. Why should we preserve life? a. Destroying life disrespects God's image. b. Destroying life makes noise in heaven. c. Destroying life is devilish. d. Destroying life invokes God's curse. 2. Ways of preserving life. a. We preserve life by defending it. b. We preserve life by not neglecting to maintain life. 3. What if we haven't preserved life? a. Realize we need the work of the Holy Spirit. b. Acknowledge our disobedience fully. c. Demonstrate a lifestyle change. d. Claim God's complete cleansing and forgiveness.
Dave and I site down with Michael Gomez and Chris Conte. Both combat veterans of the 1-32INF. We discuss their life before the military, during, and after. Links to the various charities we talk about. Preserving the Past and Changing the Future: https://terkfoundation.org Reel Thanx: https://www.reelthanx.org Gallant Few: https://gallantfew.org You can also listen to Michael Gomez on Black Rifle Coffee's recent podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/black-rifle-coffee-podcast/id1501597193?i=1000583246061 --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/duck-it-dialogue/support
In this episode of Million Dollar Mastermind podcast, Host Larry Weidel is joined by Heather Smith, Co-Founder, President, and Chief Visionary Officer at StoryFile. They discuss what Heather has done with Story File and a little bit about the concept - how you go out and get started with something people have never even heard.
Society has been shoving the idea of a “money making blueprint” down your throat for decades. They tell you: “Get a degree.” “It takes money to make money.” “Invest in a mutual fund and get an easy 5%.” And to back up this advice, they point to that one billionaire investor… forgetting that he didn't get rich by following that advice Following the usual advice is NOT a money blueprint. It's a broke blueprint. And if you're making less than $100 an hour you must avoid this advice at all costs. In this episode, you'll discover the 4-step plan to get from minimum wage to millionaire in the fastest time possible. Listen now. Show highlights include: How to turn your small business into a million dollar empire by taking the day off to socialize (2:05) 3 ways to mitigate risk in your business (and unlock generational wealth) (3:21) The “break up with your best friend” principle for cracking your first million (12:08) A 4-step blueprint for creating an empire in your 20's and 30's (even if you're broke now) (12:39) 3 sustainable ways to ethically and legally dodge tax (21:11) Get past being stuck and find new ideas to grow by joining the Bigger Vision Facebook group and visiting MyBiggerVision.Com
This week on Privacy Please, we go into a recent Gartner report on using classification to improve unstructured data security highlighting the benefits of data classification within the broader context of security and compliance. The report also identifies the key criteria and limitations of today's classification tools and provides expert analysis and guidance. In this episode, we'll discuss what we consider to be the key takeaways from Gartner's findings.
U.S. midterm elections are about two weeks away, and the biggest voting issue for the American public: the economy. A close second, according to NBC polling, is the preservation of American democracy. CNBC's Ylan Mui explains the widespread concern about election integrity, and political strategist and pollster Frank Luntz urges both sides of the political aisle to stop their squabbling in the name of democracy. Luntz also issues a warning to markets and voters: midterm polling might be misleading. Plus, the Fed's plan for interest rates is driving market volatility, Google is facing backlash over email management, President Xi Jinping is tightening his grip on power in China, and the UK's new Prime Minister has been named: Rishi Sunak. In this episode:Frank Luntz, @FrankLuntzYlan Mui, @ylanmuiJoe Kernen, @JoeSquawkAndrew Ross Sorkin, @andrewrsorkinBecky Quick @BeckyQuickKatie Kramer, @Kramer_Katie
Marielle Anzelone, urban botanist and ecologist and the founder of NYC Wildflower Week, shares her final thoughts on this year of following the trees around us and she and Brian share some of the haikus listeners sent in. →Watch this time-lapse slide show of Marielle's tree through the year. Be sure and search #BLTrees in twitter to see all the photos and poems sent this year. Why New York City?Don't I belong in the woods?Oh well. A nice block.-Brian Lehrer Feeding multitudeshundreds of insects and birdsa wild lifeline overlooked -Marielle Anzelone I have birthed my leavesProviding shade and colorNow they flutter down#bltrees #haiku @wnyc — ChristinaMox (@Unionfry) October 19, 2022 @BrianLehrer My window o'erlooks / The street that would not feel like / Home without the trees #BLTrees — Mary L. C-Platt (@Emmyllu) October 19, 2022 #BLTrees From an Elm in East River Park: I survived SandyThen killed by New York Cityfor climate change. What?@ERPAction — Pat Arnow (@PatArnow) October 19, 2022 the woodchipper snarls,shrinking suburban back yards --ashes to ashes.@nycbotanist @brianlehrer #bltrees — Tina Kelley (@tinakelley) October 20, 2022 #BLTrees a dollar a daythat's the gift from one sweet tree thanks Honey Locust Truth: Dogs destroy treesdon't lead them to pee and poopon wee precious beds — Wendy E Brawer (@wendybrawer) October 19, 2022 @BrianLehrer #BLTreesfrom sapling to elderan epoch of dropped acornsteasing life belowLauren ThompsonBrooklyn NY — Lauren Thompson (@LTScribbler) October 20, 2022 Old Bradford Pear Tree Keeps dropping large side branchesPreserving main trunk#Treeku #BLTrees #AlsoCalledCalleryPear [we've been waiting for months for @NYCGreenThumb to send arborist to fix this situation at Morris-Jumel Community Garden in Washington Heights] — Dr.EB (@LNBel) October 20, 2022 March twenty-twenty. / Branches bare, naked; sirens. / Leaves came back slow - mum. #bltrees pic.twitter.com/ZpOw9mErQ4 — MCO (@piippuuu) October 20, 2022 @BrianLehrer #BLTrees Branches reach upwardsYes, we trees grow in BrooklynLeafy canopy — Lisa (@vegaslisa777) October 20, 2022 #BLTrees @BrianLehrer The oak's haiku:Each day we talk throughnetworks of myceliummy tree radio — M Moser (@MicalMoser) October 20, 2022 #BLTrees Here are my October photos:1. Red against the lawn I embody grace as I Provide oxygen 2. Autumn majesty Readying my sap. Maple Syrup this winter pic.twitter.com/uFc2A0VJ47 — Bill Bartosik (@BillBartosik) October 20, 2022 #bltrees pic.twitter.com/D3eGtjBYTM — David Hill (@DavidHillNYC) October 20, 2022 #BLTrees The small-leaf linden/Sweet smell of early summer/Throughout the city pic.twitter.com/KQxseqylM0 — Benjamin Mott (@hungrymungry) October 20, 2022 Trees name my loved onesBrother, spouse, son — broad branchesWhat child will you name?#BLtrees #haiku @BrianLehrer pic.twitter.com/46uGVDd8du — Ethan Vesely-Flad (@ethanvf) October 21, 2022 My arms are tired Thank you for noticing meI'll remember you.#BLTrees pic.twitter.com/eweZBPGs2i — jerielle (@jerielle) October 21, 2022 Urban magnolia, / why couldn't you overwinter? / Your buds remain ghosts. #bltrees pic.twitter.com/UYpDK2Hj36 — Bill Westerman (@westerman222) October 21, 2022 #BLTrees #Tuliptree Here is my haiku:1. Your presence draws me2. to you, yellowing leaves bright3. Seeds fly then winter pic.twitter.com/om7tkrqJwf — Georgia(Plume) 🌳 #BlackBotanistsWeek (@localecologist) October 20, 2022 #BLtrees For two hundred years / Sycamore tree on Corlear / Bronx, no other peer https://t.co/hmX2Lxz2Xz — LeslieFoltz-Morrison (@Leslie_FM) October 20, 2022 A haiku for #bltrees in the voice of my maple. Runners running by-kids playing at the bus stop-so much life to see #brianlehrer #marielleanzelone pic.twitter.com/makrrx5jvO — Alisa (@alisabulger) October 21, 2022 @BrianLehrer my final #BLTrees submission, and a haiku:boughs soaring aloftcreating shelter and shade how high will you grow? pic.twitter.com/cvLBHDy7Cc — Alexander (@alexandertlane) October 21, 2022 @BrianLehrer my final #BLTrees submission, and a haiku:boughs soaring aloftcreating shelter and shade how high will you grow? pic.twitter.com/cvLBHDy7Cc — Alexander (@alexandertlane) October 21, 2022 @BrianLehrer my final #BLTrees submission, and a haiku:boughs soaring aloftcreating shelter and shade how high will you grow? pic.twitter.com/cvLBHDy7Cc — Alexander (@alexandertlane) October 21, 2022 Email:Greetings, old oak friendYour bark, like my textured skinWhispers, "We've lived. Yes!" Carol Bloom, age 79 Long dry summer droughtparched us, leaf, limb, root. Rains soakedOur deep palette blooms-Pamela Pezzati Embrace strong beautyThe amazing great oak treeStand, she says, like me-Maxine Forster Guenther Severed by lightning Your silhouette is alteredI love you yet more-Elizabeth Cohen Gnarled and Knowing, myBubby tree embraces me:“You are not alone.”-Sherry Gorelick Weeping birchWhite and black and greenNubby and noble-Karrie Robinson My Dogwood tree waitsTo blossom again next SpringIgnoring the Fall.-Joan Hall You bowed to Sandy,did not flood the flood with nests,song-filled sturdy pine.-Kate FalveyLong Beach, NY “My imperfect haiku”I find wide open tree branchesI connect with themI feel like dancing besides themPart of a wider world-Flora Hogman Are you dying, tree?Or bringing beauty to meWhen winter calls you?Thank you for all you do!-Bob ButscherRed Hook, NY Autumn haikuCallery pear leavesFallen to earth lie transformedEphemeral gemsVicki Bogard A set:I sit underneath Your swinging branches of shadeAnd I breathe your breath Riverside Park treesWere my favorite playgroundAnd my second home How to love a tree:Talk to her, and listen toThe wisdoms she grows New York City treesAre a secret getawayFrom the bustling life -Peace, Love, WNYC,Charlotte, a sustaining member Soft, feminine treeDogwood welcoming me homeI belong to you- Sara in Park Slope On a morning walkShe stopped and stared at my leavesAs if newly born-Barbara Lewin “My” tree: Grand elm, slaughtered in late June. July's photo: air. -Janet in Great Falls, Montana Amends Sisters seek amends so stand on roots near the trees their parents planted. -Rose Morba Born when she was two. Thirty years later we grew. Together. Taller. We thrive.-Jeff Blye Hillside broccoli.Trees are just vegetables.Enjoy the color.- Jeffrey White Walnut, always rare.Found you, at last, on Long Island.Victim of the heat?- Andrew Greller, PhD, Professor of Biology Emeritus, Queens CollegeJoin us to save treesProtectors of Pine Oak WoodsThe Borough of Parks- Cliff Hagan, President of Protectors of Pine Oak Woods
My guest today is Paul Orfalea. Paul founded Kinkos, the popular copy chain, in 1970. He started with a single photocopy shop in California and grew the business into a $2 billion multinational operation over the course of his 30 years in charge. Paul is a non-traditional leader in the best sense and we discuss his philosophy of business building, from why your subordinates should frustrate you, why you shouldn't love your business and tips he learned on hiring well. Please enjoy this conversation with Paul Orfalea. Founders podcast on Paul Orfalea. For the full show notes, transcript, and links to mentioned content, check out the episode page here. ----- This episode is brought to you by Tegus. Tegus streamlines the investment research process so you can get up to speed and find answers to critical questions on companies faster and more efficiently. 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Follow us on Twitter: @patrick_oshag | @JoinColossus Show Notes [00:02:58] - [First question] - What it was like to be a very bad student in highschool [00:04:22] - When he first realized he was unemployable [00:05:02] - The origin story of the very first Kinko's [00:06:13] - What the ideal progression of an entrepreneur is in his mind [00:06:57] - Recognizing real customer problems and what he enjoys most about sales [00:07:53] - Finding what has worked well in each Kinko's and coaching managers [00:08:54] - Something he found that a manager was doing that blew him away [00:10:22] - Getting messages from his brain to everyone else in the Kinko's network [00:11:45] - The difference of working on and not in the business [00:13:22] - What he got better at when it came to managing people [00:13:57] - Why a good salesperson will sell you broke [00:14:41] - Disagreeableness as a positive characteristic for people in business [00:15:08] - Whether or not candor is different from disagreeableness [00:15:36] - Why he teaches, what he teaches, and his teaching style [00:18:31] - Explaining the Federal Reserve in two minutes [00:19:47] - What students most commonly want from him [00:20:06] - Whether or not making yourself inaccessible as a leader is good for promoting a self-starter attitude amongst team members [00:21:39] - The story about tearing down a sign that was antagonistic to a customer [00:21:58] - The role of anger in his career and something he's worked on over time [00:22:31] - Where Kinko's falls on the spectrum of bad to great businesses [00:24:09] - Characteristics he'd look for in founders to back a business early [00:25:08] - Qualities of a business he'd cultivate more or less if he could start over [00:26:18] - Lessons learned about using the word employee [00:26:42] - His strategy for where to go next once he had his original concept [00:27:21] - The most clever marketing strategy he ever deployed or designed [00:27:45] - Learning to spread the glory instead of the money [00:28:30] - The state of entrepreneurship today compared to when he started [00:29:50] - How he instilled frugality and the saving mentality in the business [00:30:42] - What motivated him across his career [00:31:35] - Why being in it for the money seems odd in today's lens [00:32:34] - Who he most admired or most admires today [00:32:51] - Let My People Go Surfing: The Education of a Reluctant Businessman [00:33:08] - Preserving the alignment of integrity and action [00:33:42] - What it felt like to sell a business he'd worked so hard on [00:34:57] - How good he is naturally with numbers and math being dyslexic [00:37:17] - Defining success as having your adult children want to hang out with you and what stood out about his parents to him [00:38:05] - His parents' impression of him while he was building Kinko's [00:38:34] - What has his interest and keeps his interest most [00:39:56] - The most interesting person he's ever worked with at Kinko's [00:40:48] - What he would have done differently if he started from scratch [00:41:24] - Something that is most underappreciated about the United States [00:43:00] - The kindest thing anyone has ever done for him [00:43:57] - A big lesson he's earned in a deeper way that he wishes he could share with others