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Godspeak Calvary Chapel
Shannae Anderson, Laura Spach & Charissa Proctor | The Psychology of Transgenderism | Liberty Station Ep 103

Godspeak Calvary Chapel

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 51:46


Tonight we have a powerhouse of guests with Bryce Eddy. Shannae Anderson, Laura Spach & Charissa Proctor discuss the grooming and sexualization of children through the Public School System, the District Advisory Committees that direct this agenda in the curriculum as well as the sexual predators behind this movement against the children of the nation and world.To get a FREE info kit on diversifying and protecting your savings with precious metals in a TAX-SHELTERED account text LIBERTY to 989898.BE A THREAT TO THE GREAT RESET!Join our community by Subscribing to us on:Liftable TV - https://watch.liftable.tv/series/XOi2uRcOSGlo-liberty-stationRumble - https://rumble.com/c/c-1611564YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCiXnArqAIXmVLZSSwEyd1HQPodcast - https://omny.fm/shows/liberty-station Read the open letter to the CVUSD here - https://www.citizensjournal.us/an-open-letter-to-the-cvusd-school-board-and-administrators-with-formal-request-for-scientific-medical-legally-substantive-response-to-each-item/Check out the previous episodes with Steve Schneider and Carrie Burgert here - https://omny.fm/shows/liberty-station/carrie-burgert-steve-schneider-standing-for-our-chhttps://omny.fm/shows/liberty-station/steve-schneider-whos-children-are-they-liberty-sta

The Fanbase Weekly Podcast
Fanbase Feature: SDCC 2022 - "Comicspocalypse: Why Dystopia Sells in Comics" Panel Audio

The Fanbase Weekly Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 48:42


A very special Fanbase Feature! At San Diego Comic-Con 2022, Fanbase Press Editor-in-Chief Barbra Dillon moderated the "Comicspocalypse: Why Dystopia Sells in Comics" panel (originally recorded on Sunday, July 24, 2022) during which David Pepose (writer, Savage Avengers), David M. Booher (writer, Canto), Desirée Proctor (co-writer, Nuclear Power), and Erica Harrell (co-writer, Nuclear Power) discussed why dystopian stories remain so popular in comics, and what we can learn from stories which feature characters and/or societies that are beset by great injustices.

Blaxit Global
Heather Proctor: New Beginnings in Lisbon

Blaxit Global

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 47:59


This episode of the Blaxit Global podcast features a 1:1 conversation with one of the co-founders of Black in Portugal, Heather Proctor.Heather is a disabled United States Navy veteran and single mom, raising her teenage daughter in Lisbon, Portugal.  Born and raised in Trenton, New Jersey, Heather has lived all over the world including Japan and Mexico.  Heather shares her amazing journey of new beginnings in Lisbon as a film student, living with chronic health conditions, surviving domestic violence, and creating community so that other Black expats can thrive in Portugal. Mentioned in this Episode:National Domestic Violence Hotline - https://www.thehotline.org/Learn European Portuguese: Portuguese with Carla  Black in Portugal: Building Community AbroadBlack in Portugal Facebook Group Black in Portugal Instagram Page Connect with Heather:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/heathers_amazing_journeyCareer SweetspotA Greenhouse Coaching podcast for career and leadership growth.Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify Dolla Dolla BillzA way of life to build personal wealth and financial freedom.Listen on: Apple Podcasts SpotifyJoin aspiring Black expats, expats, and re-pats where you can build community, get resources and gain support along your journey abroad….You're invited to join Blaxit Global Passport. Join Blaxit Global Passport - https://blaxit-global-passport.mn.co/ Looking for VPNs, banking, travel, and health insurance for your move abroad? Well have no fear, we've got you. Get your Move Abroad Starter Kit today at www.blaxitglobal.com/resources.Support the show

Fortress Podcast
Episode 400: Sing to the Lord with the ISS with Jacqui Proctor

Fortress Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 48:39


7th August 2022

The Expat Money Show - With Mikkel Thorup
199: It's Time For The World To Wake Up And Thrive – Foster Gamble

The Expat Money Show - With Mikkel Thorup

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 59:47


Today's guest on the Expat Money Show is Foster Gamble. Researcher, Co-Writer and Visual Designer of the documentary THRIVE: What On Earth Will It Take? and THRIVE II: This Is What It Takes. Previously, he was CEO of MindCenter Corporation and an instructor in the non-violent martial art of Aikido. He was the on-screen host for the PBS documentary Aikido - The Way of Harmony and created three consulting services — Interaction Dynamics, LifeBalance and Zonesport — which he has delivered throughout the country.   TODAY'S CONVERSATION WITH FOSTER GAMBLE Imagine growing up in the Proctor and Gamble family. What that life looked like and how having such a family can influence you. What life is like when you realize that everything you've ever been taught, about money, history, and physics, was all a lie and not actually true? We talk about humanity, spiritual energy, and interpersonal energy.  How a special code that the Gamble family has, overrides everything else in life and is one that you might want to incorporate into your life. Foster and I talk about the solutions and how we can have more freedom, more liberty, more prosperity, and more happiness on our planet… I think you'll love this conversation. Great question for Foster, ‘how would you simplify the entire world situation into a sentence?' Incredible answer. We talk about the ‘non-aggression principle and if you're not sure what that is, make sure to listen today. I believe once you understand fully, this will become part of your day-to-day life. What is Mob Rule? I think you'll be surprised how the government works and why this is so important to really understand what the consequences can be. Are you awake yet? What will it take to wake you up? This might be the episode that helps you get from there to here! You'll be amazed at how many families are now homeschooling their children, especially after the last 2 years of government-run schools and finding out what kind of BS the teachers were teaching. Parents are finally waking up! Foster explains why he and his wife wrote and produced their films, both Thrive and Thrive II and why you need to watch both of them ASAP!  I asked Foster, 'do you remember that pivotal moment when you were first red pilled? When your eyes were opened? Foster shares his story with us, don't miss this. We discuss ‘accurate thinking... what is it and why is it so important? Finally, a simple question; given everything that we know, what are our chances? How are we doing? Wow…    HOW TO REACH FOSTER GAMBLE https://www.thriveon.com/ (ThriveOn.com)   RELATED EPISODES  https://expatmoneyshow.com/episodes/peter-young (192: Building Free Private Cities Around The World – Peter Young) https://expatmoneyshow.com/episodes/john-bush (182: Creating Your Freedom Cell Overseas - John Bush) https://expatmoneyshow.com/episodes/jeffrey-tucker/ (127: Lockdowns Around The World And Where It's Safe To Go - Jeffrey Tucker)   CONCLUSION If this is your first time listening to The Expat Money Show, then you are in for a surprise. This is a really important conversation that Foster Gamble and things that just need to be said. I believe a lot of people out there feel like they're alone going through this situation, whether that's awakening or finding freedom or becoming an expat, which is my very small niche in all of this. Many of you are out there, and it's just about connecting and working together.  This might be an episode you listen to more than once. Enjoy!

Tony & Dwight
Wednesday's Hero. Secret Shakes & Sign Spoofers. Stopping Soccer & Paying Pepper's Proctor.

Tony & Dwight

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 29:02


Break It Down
Marketing - The Power of Video With Ryan Proctor

Break It Down

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2022 40:31


In this episode, Joel sits down to speak with Ryan Proctor. Ryan shares his background as a coffee master before his big breakthrough came with Jamieson's Whisky to move full-time into videography.  Joel and Ryan, both film lovers, reference many films as they discuss the power of video with a particular discussion about the best Rocky film.  Ryan shares insights into the type of business owners he meets. Usually two types; the ones who want to be the hero of the story and the ones who want their customers to be the hero.   KEY TAKEAWAYS TikTok´s popularity demonstrates just how well people respond to videos. The pandemic forced people to appear on screen, so people are no longer self-conscious about appearing in videos. There is a sense of fun that you don't get with Instagram. If you provide entertainment, your following will grow super-fast. Build a following and authority using fun, then slowly drip in the business stuff. Your business is not all about you. Your content must be client focused and give them what they need. Social media should be used to start conversations. Only when people reach your funnel can you start to sell to them. Money is a by-product of success. Helping people must be your priority. When it is, success follows.   BEST MOMENTS ‘Reels are your best chance of growing organically and getting engagement. ´ ‘Instagram is putting its focus towards being a more video dominant platform.' ‘Using video as a tool for storytelling has been the most impactful thing.'   VALUABLE RESOURCES The Codebreak Club: https://www.facebook.com/groups/codebreakclub/about/ Stay Hungry podcast series Stay Hungry Bestselling Book Marketing coaching: www.andyandjoel.com Done-for-you marketing: www.codebreak.co.uk If you're fed up with wasting your time and money on marketing that doesn't generate enquiries and sales - hop on a Codebreak discovery call.  After all, getting lots of 'likes' on your Facebook page ain't gonna make your boat go faster. But up-to-date marketing techniques that attract buyers and action takers instead of tyre kickers will. The Codebreak team are here to show you how or do it for you - https://www.codebreak.co.uk/discovery-call/   EPISODE RESOURCES Email - ryanproctor@proctorproductions.co.uk Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/ryanproctorproductions/ Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/ryanproctorproductions/   ABOUT THE GUEST Through his company, Proctor Productions and collaborating with Martin Irvine Photography, Ryan helps fitness businesses grow their online presence through video content creation.    Ryan has worked with some of the best FitPros in the business to generate content for them. An expert in utilising video to create value for your audience, Ryan has a deep understanding of the power of content to position and grow a business.   ABOUT THE HOSTS Joel Stone Joel Stone is a marketer and disciple of business strategy. After seeing the impact of the 2008 recession, he decided to take control and leave employment to set up in business for himself. He quickly built an award-winning design agency, partnering with Andy on numerous projects until they formed Codebreak in 2019.    Having previously helped brands including GlaxoSmithKline, Diageo, Beta Tools, and Channel 4, Joel's work has been seen all over the world. He takes pride in applying techniques normally reserved for huge corporations to SMEs throughout the UK. Case studies of Joel's work have featured in Design Week, The Drum, and Social Media Today.   Andy Rao Andy studied Psychology at university, which was his springboard into the world of marketing. He realised that to sell successfully you have to put yourself into the shoes of your customer and understand their why. Andy started his marketing career working closely with dozens of Shropshire businesses, all of whom had something different to sell. During that time, Andy picked up the skills he uses today to tailor each marketing solution to his client´s businesses, the industries they work in, and the different types of customers they need to reach.   CONTACT THE HOSTS Website - https://www.codebreak.co.uk/ LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/company/codebreak   Podcast Description Breaking down all things marketing, design, and geek culture. Hear from Codebreak co-founders Andy and Joel as well as the experienced team. On this podcast expect to find marketing top tips, useful insights, and expert advice that you can apply to your business. So, if you're fed up with wasting your time and money on marketing that doesn't generate enquiries and sales - hop on a Codebreak discovery call.  After all, getting lots of 'likes' on your Facebook page ain't gonna make your boat go faster. But up-to-date marketing techniques that attract buyers and action takers instead of tyre kickers will. The Codebreak team are here to show you how or do it for you - https://www.codebreak.co.uk/discovery-call/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Steamy Stories Podcast
How the Prude Wife Became a Celebrated Nude ModelCelebrating...

Steamy Stories Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022


How the Prude Wife Became a Celebrated Nude ModelCelebrating National Nude DayBy PickFiction - Listen to the Podcast at Steamy Stories.Dana Berry blushes whenever her stunning body & looks are commented upon. The daughter of an accomplished fashion model, her genes may get a lot of the credit for such attractiveness. But there never was less of an exhibitionist in the western world (save for the cloistered nuns).But here she stands in Wendy Proctor's front entry, with a dilemma. Her proud husband, Luke; an able young executive, Had bought two very expensive and daring dresses for her, and informed her of two upcoming social events they were to attend.Wendy greeted Dana and saw the concern on Dana's face.“Luke bought two new dresses for me, and, not surprisingly, they could use some small alterations.”“Did you bring them with you?” Wendy asked, knowing what the answer would be.“Of course,” Dana answered, hurrying to her car and quickly back with a shopping bag that held the dresses.“Luke picked it out, and when I said no, he bought it. I tried to tell him, but he wasn't listening,” Dana sounded a little depressed and defeated."This dress has a neckline that meets the waistline,” Wendy observed."I know, and I'm not sure why he wants people to see more of my … ugh, skin.”“I believe that skin is called tits,” Wendy said as Dana rolled her eyes. “Maybe he's just proud of you.”“I suppose,” She took the dress from Wendy and pulled it on over her head. "Well?”“You should really have your bra off to model that one,” Wendy giggled.“I'm not going out with half of my breasts exposed. You know how I hate to show, well, my body, I guess. Can you sew something in there then to kind of hide most of my boobs?”“I could, but what's Luke going to say?”“I'll deal with that. I can give him … Well, you can guess,” The red was now on Dana's cheeks and moving down her neck.Dana carefully unfolded the other dress, obviously much longer and more formal than the red one with the plunging neckline. It was a beautiful gold color. Dana pulled off the red dress and slipped into the gold one."Good lord,” Declared Wendy. “Dana, when do they award the Miss America crown?”“It is pretty stunning, isn't it?”"It is, particularly with your bra strap crossing the bare-to-below-the-waist back.”“That's part of the problem,” Dana said.“And speaking of leg,” Wendy whistled"Never had a dress with a split clear to my waist,” Dana had a futile look on her face."So, with this one, you wouldn't be wearing a bra.”Dana rolled her eyes.“And probably little thong panties as well.”“Don't even think that,” Dana gasped.“Well, take your bra off, and let's see how it looks.”“Wendy, I can't do that. People will know I'm not wearing a bra,” Dana looked almost horrified at that thought.Wendy sighed. "Walk over and look at yourself in the mirror. Just look; no thoughts of what you're showing and how much skin is visible. Just look.”“It's for the Christmas party,” Dana said resignedly.“It would be a travesty to alter that dress even a little bit.”“Wendy, I don't know if I can do it,” Dana said, in agony."Well, Christmas is a long way off, and I suspect you'll have talked yourself into it by then. What's the red one for?”“There's a fancy dinner for Luke's company in about two months. Ugh.”“We'll work on it, and I've got an idea that may help,” Wendy assured Dana. "Okay, here's what I've come up with. Hear me out before you decide anything. I have a little surprise for you,” Wendy paused and smiled. "Besides being a seamstress, I'm also an artist of sorts. I did it when I was in high school and first year of college. Then I got too busy and just stopped. I've kind of picked it up again, and Max has encouraged me, and, well, that's where I'm beginning with you.”Dana looked puzzled,“Come with me. We've turned the garage into my studio,” She led Dana through the house and into the garage. It was filled with canvases, both full and empty."Wow, you've been working,” Dana said, looking around at the many paintings both hanging and leaning.“Here's the one I finally finished,” she said, leading Dana around the big easel.Dana stopped suddenly, eyes wide and hand to mouth as she stared at the painting.“That's your Max,” she said quietly.“Sure is, and I'm really proud of it.”“Should you be showing me this?” Dana asked, afraid to look at her.“You mean because he's naked? He doesn't mind. He's proud of my artwork.”Dana stared. He was certainly naked. She marveled at the painting. It looked almost like a photograph, but if she looked carefully, she could see brushstrokes. She couldn't believe Wendy was showing her this. Dana finally found the courage to look at her best friend, who was smiling. “Max just posed, and you painted him?”“That's all there was to it.”“So why are you showing it to me?”Wendy took a deep breath. “I want to paint you.”The entire meaning of what Wendy was saying suddenly struck Dana, and a shocked expression filled her face.“You want to paint me … like that? Have you lost your mind?”“Not at all. I can't think of anyone who'd look more beautiful in a painting like that.”Dana could barely catch her breath. Naked. Wendy wanted her to model for her … naked? This was so, so far beyond anything that had ever happened between them, she couldn't imagine where Wendy had gotten this idea. It was … it was …“You'd just pose here in the studio – no one would see you except me. We're big girls now and can see each other naked,” Wendy went to the wall and pulled out a canvas from behind several others. "Here. I posed for myself in a mirror,” she said, placing the painting on the easel. Wendy chuckled. “Plus, you owe me for all the sewing I do for you.”“I'm supposed to trade naked modeling for your modifying my dresses and things?” Dana stammered,“That, plus my good advice on how good you look in the dresses I didn't modify.”That was why she was here in the first place; she was trying to gain enough courage to wear those dresses. And all Wendy could come up with was having her pose naked? Her brain hit the brakes. She looked at Wendy.“So, you think if I can model for you, that would make it easier for me to wear those dresses?”“I sure do, and you might even enjoy the modeling, freeing yourself, going against what you've always been, that kind of stuff. Plus, you'll have a painting to hang in your bedroom. Or your family room,” she added, laughing.Dana sputtered. The thought of a picture like that hanging anywhere in their house had her blushing. She knew that Luke would love it, though. Still, it couldn't hang where people could see it. Maybe in their ensuite. It was large enough for that. She paused her thinking once again. If she was deciding where to hang the painting, that meant she had agreed to do it. She looked at Wendy as she nibbled her lower lip.“When can we start?” Wendy asked, smiling at her.“I can't believe I'm agreeing to this, and I still may back out.”“Don't say anything to Luke. You can surprise him on his birthday or at Christmas. Plus, you'll surprise him when you wear those dresses.”Dana wasn't at all sure that posing naked, in private and for Wendy, would make it easier for her to expose so much of herself to others, like Luke's co-workers. Maybe, but she'd have to see. She remembered wearing the dresses, naked beneath them. And she remembered how she'd looked in the mirror. Yep, she'd have to see.“Let's start tomorrow before you change your mind,” Wendy suggested, chuckling.Dana met her eyes. Still time to change her mind. The single word “naked” hammered at her brain. She was naked when she showered and with Luke, of course. Even that had been difficult the first time. Now, though, it was … Could posing for Wendy be like that, too? It was so different, a foreign territory that Dana thought she was ready to explore. She'd find out tomorrow.Tomorrow came, Luke went to work, and Dana was left with her decision of yesterday. She dressed normally, refusing to let this possibly temporary thing change her life. She walked the three blocks to Wendy's with purposeful strides, looking confident even if she didn't feel that way.As she usually did, she went in the back door and called for Wendy, who appeared immediately, a big smile on her face. “If it would make you feel better, I can be naked too while I paint,” Wendy offered."Oh, lord, no. That would be weird. What am I saying? This whole thing is weird.”“Well, listen, I've seen you in your bra and panties when we were looking at the dresses, so it should be easy to get that way again.”Dana decided that made a lot of sense. She slowly and carefully took off her shirt, then her shorts. She decided that, since she was in undressing mode, she might as well continue. Eyes closed, she reached behind her and unclasped her bra, holding it in place momentarily, then pulling it off, eyes still closed.No comment from Wendy.Feeling a little more confident after taking off her bra, Dana quickly slid the panties down her legs and kicked them aside. She opened her eyes.“I've told you this before, but I sure as hell wish I had a body like yours,” Wendy said, a serious look on her face."Wendy, it's not..”“ It is, and you know it,” Wendy interrupted. “Now, let's talk about the posing and the kind of portrait you'd like.”She led Dana to the full-length mirror and stood away from it slightly, then motioned for Dana to move a little to her right.“I picture you standing by a wooden chair, your back to the mirror, your hand on the chair, maybe one knee bent a little. Sound good?”Dana wasn't sure how it sounded; she'd never posed before and had no idea.“Let me get the chair and show you,” Wendy said, rescuing Dana from her uncertainty. She went into the house and was back in seconds with a low-back chair from the dining room. She placed it carefully, went to the easel, and checked, then motioned for Dana to pose as she'd described.Wendy was standing in front of her now, staring at her breasts.Flexing and moving slightly, Dana made it to one hour before she needed a break. Wendy brought two glasses of wine, very full glasses, and they chatted for fifteen minutes, finished the wine, and went back to work. She noticed she felt a little more relaxed after scarfing down the wine, something she'd remember.“I'd like to be a little further along before you see it,” Wendy said when they were finished for the day. Tomorrow at one? We'll have a couple of hours,” She picked up Dana's clothes. “Want to leave these here and walk home naked?”Dana rolled her eyes and grabbed the clothes, quickly putting them on.They worked tomorrow, and the next day, then paused for the weekend. On Monday, they were back at work, Wendy promising to reveal what she had done. They had been at work about thirty minutes when Max walked into the studio.There was a loud scream.“Sorry,” Max said. “Oh, it's just Dana.”“Just Dana” was frantically scrambling to cover herself, having nothing available except her hands and arms. One arm across her breasts, and one hand covering her crotch, she was visibly shaking.“I got to work and didn't have my wallet. You know where I left it?”“On the little desk in the family room, I think.”“Thanks, and sorry, Dana,” The look on his face said he wasn't really sorry. He went back into the main house."You made his day, you know. He thinks you're absolutely gorgeous and the ultimate babe of babes.”“Wendy, no way.”“Way,” Wendy replied, laughing.“I'm sure that picture of you he just saw is foremost in his mind right this minute. And he'll tell me about it this evening.”She'd heard that from Luke but never from anyone else. Somehow, this was different. Luke was her husband, and of course, he'd say it. Max was just a friend and had nothing to gain from saying it. Wendy teased her about it constantly, but she'd always disregarded it. Now, with Max, did that make it true? When he called her “the babe of babes,” he was talking about what was under the clothes, and now he had seen that. Would he change his mind?“You ready to pose again?”“I think so.”“Well, you're going to have to move your arm and your hand.”It was complete and ready for Luke's birthday after a few awkward “posing” sessions where Dana sat beside Wendy, holding out her hands, having her face studied carefully, and, of course, topless with Wendy carefully studying her breasts and nipples. But, when it was complete, it looked almost like a photograph; it was so finely detailed and realistic.In their conversations, while Wendy was painting, she noted she had other projects in mind. She wanted to take famous old paintings by the masters and create modern versions, beginning with The Nude Maja by Goya, with Dana posing, of course.“By the way,” Wendy said after their last session, “now there are portraits of you, Max, and myself. Only one's missing.Was she hinting that she wanted to paint a portrait of Luke … naked?"Why not?” Wendy asked, seeing the look on Dana's face. “You stared at Max while you were posing. I need to get my jollies too"Wendy, what have I gotten myself into?”“Nothing, except you're way more relaxed showing a little of your body now, and I suspect you may be ready to wear that red dress to Luke's dinner party.”Dana was satisfied that she could do it without exposing anything and had decided she'd wear no underwear for the dinner. She smiled when she thought of what Luke's reaction would be. Plus, she wondered what her own reaction would be, particularly after she'd had a couple of drinks. The way her thoughts about herself had changed, it could be dangerous.“After you wear that dress to the dinner, talk to Luke about having his portrait done.”Dana decided that Wendy was developing an obsession with painting a portrait of a naked Luke, and, despite her reservations, she knew Luke would love the idea. She'd bring it up when she gave him his birthday present. And, she wondered if Wendy would volunteer to paint while she was naked, as she'd done with Dana.“Another project I have in mind is a modern interpretation of Monet's painting' Luncheon on the Grass. It has two men and two women on a picnic with one of the ladies naked. My version will have a more realistic four people naked.”“And should I assume that one of them will be me?” Dana asked.“And the others will be me, Max, and Luke.”“Wendy,” Dana squealed. “I'm supposed to sit there and pose with two naked men there also?”“It'll be fun. I might have to take photos to use. We'll all pose for the photos, and I can use them to do the painting when it rains and stuff.”“It's still naked posing with men.” She'd nearly had heart failure the first time she'd pulled off her clothing in front of Wendy. But she'd done it. Could she do more?Luke's birthday was on Friday, and the dinner party was on Saturday. She was sure Luke would be nearly overwhelmed by the surprises she had in store for him. And there were several.She prepared his favorite dinner on Friday, steaks, baked potato, tossed salad, and a little cheesecake for dessert. After dinner, when he was comfortable in the lounger, she went to the spare bedroom and was back quickly with a large but thin present, wrapped neatly in bright red paper.“Guess what this is?” she teased.Luke made several futile attempts at guessing before she handed it to him. He carefully tore the paper off, then just stared for long seconds. Slowly his head turned toward her.“Dana?” was all he could say.“Do you like it?”He looked at it again. “This is the best gift you could have gotten me. And, I thought it was a photograph, but it's a painting. Did you have … where did you get the idea … who painted it?Dana knew his mind was wondering if some strange man had been seeing her naked while he painted the picture."Wendy did it.”“Wendy? I didn't know she painted.”“Neither did I, but she showed me two that she had done before, of herself and of her husband”“Max?”Dana could hear the obvious question in the single word.“Yes, and they're both naked. And yes, now I've seen a painting of Max naked,” She wasn't going to mention just yet that Max had seen her posing naked. "And now, Wendy wants to do one of you.”“She does?”“You'd like that, wouldn't you?” she said, giggling.“I'd rather see the one she did of herself.”“I'm sure she'll let you. Maybe as a birthday present.”“Dana, I can't believe that you, of all people, were able to pose nude for a portrait, even if the artist was your best friend.”“She said I owed her for all the sewing she's done for me.”While Luke continued to look at the painting, Dana called Wendy, asking if they could come over, and Luke wanted to see her picture. Wendy laughed and said that would be fine.“So, you want to see my picture, huh,” Wendy said when she answered the door.“Well, if you're willing to show, I'm willing to look.”“On one condition. That you allow me to complete the quartet of paintings.”“Sure. I'm willing to show if you're willing to paint.”They viewed the nude Wendy, Luke trying to be cool about it but failing. They worked out posing times for Luke, talked about the other projects that Wendy had suggested, and Dana and Luke headed home. Luke propped the painting on the bedroom dresser opposite the bed, and the sex that followed was slightly different and much more satisfying than usual. The Saturday morning follow-up was the same.When Saturday evening came, and it was time to dress for the dinner, Dana showered and went to the spare bedroom. Still naked from the shower, she pulled on the red dress, arranged her hair, applied the little makeup she usually wore for special events, added a couple of dashes of her favorite cologne, and went to their bedroom where Luke was dressing.He turned to her, smiled … and then his eyes went wide.“You're wearing that dress?” he said, a huge smile now engulfing his face.She walked toward Luke, bending from the waist and pulling her arms together in front of her.“Dana, no bra?” He looked totally astounded.“Unless you insist I wear one.”He just shook his head and, seeing her smile, had another thought.“Lift your skirt,” She did and received a look and a smile she'd treasure."That painting has changed you.”“A work in process.”“Can't wait for the conclusion.”“Me either,” Dana replied, wondering herself where she was headed. Time would tell.At the dinner party, she carefully watched the men since most of them seemed to be watching her. Luke was having no trouble finding company, as he seemed to be very popular, particularly with the men. Dana, not used to drinking, had just finished her second martini when a third magically appeared in her hand. The buzz she was feeling was very pleasant, and kept a smile on her face as she talked with the men gathered around her and Luke. Her blinking eyes, pleasant giggles, and body movements had most of the men sure she was flirting with them. Of course, Dana had no idea this was the case.The little clutch purse she carried was a nuisance, and she continually dropped it, bending quickly to pick it up, often in unison with one of the men. A couple of times, she looked down and could see three-quarters of her breasts exposed, or maybe even that next fraction, whatever it was. With the constant movement and the bending, her nipples were anything but relaxed, and she knew they were providing a nice pair of pokies for all to see. She chuckled to herself at that thought, so unlike the Dana she had been. As she finished the third martini, she wondered if she could somehow expose her nipples. She'd have to work on that. The short skirt provided another possibility. She took a large swallow of her martini as they headed to the tables and dinner.As they were eating, Luke said, “Those delicious boobs or yours have already been well-viewed tonight, you know.”“You think so,” Dana giggled, taking a bite of potatoes.“You may be naive, but you're not that naive,” he countered.“With this dress that you wanted me to wear, I don't know how I can keep that from happening.”“I didn't say I wanted it to stop. When I bought that dress, I knew that if you wore it, you'd be observed. I'm just surprised you wore it.”She'd finished the fourth martini and was eating, the effect of the food trailing the alcohol just a bit.“I could show my ass, or my pussy too,” she said, leaning close to Luke and giggling. “Actually, they wouldn't see my pussy, just my muff.”Luke looked at her and smiled. “One more martini and I think I could get you up on the table here to dance naked.”“You think?” Dana smirked."Maybe I should just take you home before you get into trouble.”Once home, Luke said a quiet thank you to the beautiful painting now hanging over their bed.Dana went with Luke for his first posing session with Wendy. Maybe she'd relax after a few sessions, but Wendy seemed awfully anxious to get with a nude Luke. As long as it was only him naked, it should be fine. She wasn't sure if Wendy did it on purpose, but the painting of her hung right in front of where Luke would be posing.Wendy went through the explanation of the posing, breaks if needed, and the final details she'd need when it was almost done. She'd moved a loveseat into the studio and described how she'd like for Luke to pose. When it was time to start, he stripped, sat in the chair, looked at the painting of Wendy, and immediately began to get an erection.“Is that what you want in the painting,” Wendy asked, chuckling.“I think I've been set up,” Luke groaned.The final result was as spectacular as hers had been and was hanging above their bed. Access to their bedroom had become very limited, and both of them enjoyed lying on the bed and looking at the paintings.Dana had completed her posing for Wendy's modern version of Goya's The Nude Maja. It had been easy posing, and the final result was what Dana had imagined it to be when she went to Wendy's to see it.“It came out pretty well, you think? ” Wendy asked.“Like all the others, it's gorgeous.”I showed it to the Goodwin Gallery downtown. They want to display it for six months.“Dana's eyes opened wide."They're sure it will sell during that time too.”“Wendy, that's me in that painting,” Dana said, her heart pounding.“And you look perfect there.”“I'm naked.”“Well, if you say so, I won't do it,” Wendy answered, a defeated look on her face.“Oh, pile the guilt on me,” Dana said, laughing. But what Wendy said was true. She didn't know anyone who visited those galleries. But it was her face … and the rest of her, too. This was a real test of the changed Dana. She took a deep breath. “Oh, hell, go ahead.”She received a big hug from Wendy. “Thanks.”“Now that we've settled that, what are we going to do to celebrate National Nude Day?”“Huh?”“It's July fourteenth, and that's just a few days away. We need to plan something.”A good bit of discussion followed, with many possibilities explored. They parted, leaving the final decision hanging.The next day they talked for an hour. The plan was set and would be a surprise to the men, particularly since neither of them was aware that National Nude Day existed.“Guess what, babe?” Dana said when dinner was finished.“Um, how many guesses do I get?”“Just be quiet. Today is National Nude Day, and we need to celebrate.”Luke began unbuttoning his shirt.“"Slow down, tiger. The celebration begins after dark.”“Go on.”“I'll update you then.”It was an enticingly nerve-wracking evening for Luke, his imagination sparked by those four letters. N-U-D-E. He kept watching Dana, chagrined to see how much she was enjoying tormenting him.“It's almost dark,” he finally said, a hopeful tone to his voice. “Fill me in.”Dana smiled. “We're going to Wendy and Max's to celebrate.”“Oh, nice.”“We're going to walk.”“Okay.”“Naked.”“No shit?”“Yup. We leave our clothes here and walk.”“So, you're going to be outdoors naked?”“That's the plan.”Both of them stripped, followed by Luke chasing a squealing Dana two laps around the entire downstairs. Still giggling, they closed up the house, hiding a key under a rock, and started their trip.The street lights were all on the same side of the street, which would hopefully help them stay unobserved. They stayed behind bushes when they could, and when a car passed, they hid, with Dana learning over to make sure it was past them. It was all Luke needed, and his hand was immediately between her legs, massaging gently.“Luke, stop,” she pleaded, grabbing his arm. A few more seconds of enjoyment, and he relented.They arrived at the Proctor's panting for breath, Luke having chased Dana the last one hundred yards, tickling her at nearly every step. They were greeted by a naked Wendy, which brought a smile to Luke's face. He'd seen the painting, but reality was much more juicy. He received a knowing smile in return. Once inside, they met Max, who was also naked.Dana was astounded that all four of them were ready to spend an evening together … naked. She found herself repeatedly “checking out” Max, or at least checking his manhood which didn't seem to be totally limp. She smiled at that, knowing that Luke was doing the same with Wendy.“We have martinis, Dana. I understand you like them,” Max said, smiling. He filled a rather large glass and handed it to Dana, then filled three more and passed them around. “Don't worry, if you get too buzzed, you're welcome to spend the night here.”A pair of chuckles, and soon, second glasses were being poured. These were larger glasses than they'd had at the dinner, so Dana knew the effects would arrive sooner. They discussed the paintings, Dana being challenged to go to the downtown gallery to view her naked body. As she pictured that, she heard the words, “are you the model?” and it caused her to tremble and tingle as well.The second glass had been emptied, and Dana was flying low, a very contented feeling filling her brain as a “what the hell” feeling surged through her body. She sat on a chair across from Max, watching his erection slowly growing. In her muddled state, she realized she was sitting very comfortably with her legs spread enough that her muff was no longer shielding her pussy. When she glanced down, she could clearly see her parted labia. She smiled at Max, and he returned the smile. She felt sorry for him in that condition, his erection very prominent and needing help.She walked unsteadily to his chair and dropped to the floor on hands and knees.“Poor thing,” she chuckled, blinking her eyes at him. She licked her lips, and her hand took hold of him. She loved the groan she heard, her innate sensuality bubbling to the surface. For a second, she thought of using her mouth but decided her hand would do the job. She began a slow but steady pumping, the kind that Luke particularly enjoyed.“Is that good?” she asked. Max simply groaned.Luke watched what was happening, realizing that he was getting hard from the watching. A quick look at Wendy – she was looking at him and nodding. On hands and knees, she crossed to his chair and, unlike Dana, was perfectly willing to use her mouth, surrounding the head with her lips and caressing it with her tongue. Wendy wasn't Dana, but right this instant, she was amazing, her breasts rubbing his legs as her mouth enveloped his erection. He closed his eyes, enveloped in what she was doing to him.Max was ready to explode. This exceptionally beautiful woman was massaging his cock, and, not to miss an opportunity, he leaned forward and began squeezing those fantastic breasts he had seen once before. The nipples were hard, the skin soft and smooth, the breasts amazingly firm and, well, just perfect. He looked across at Wendy and was jealous. He wanted that but didn't know how to make it happen. He'd try.“Look at Luke,” he whispered in Dana's ear. She released him and turned her head. Then her eyes rolled to his, and she smiled. In seconds, her lips closed on his cock and slid down nearly to the base. He grunted as her head began to bob up and down, faster and faster. She was better at this than Wendy, he decided. “Gonna come,” he grunted, and her hand was back in action, streams of milky liquid landing on her hair, her face, those beautiful breasts, and finally dribbling down her hand and arm.Their eyes met.“Better now?” she asked, her speech still a little slurred.She was still gripping his erection, and Max wasn't sure he could speak. “Yeah, much better,” he finally said to Dana's answering giggle.She stumbled back to her chair and watched as Luke shot spunk on Wendy's face and breasts as well, then held up her glass. Max rose slowly, took the glass, and filled it, returning it to Dana, who took a big swallow. She wondered what might happen after the third glass. Right now, though, Wendy was reaching for her hand to guide her to the bathroom. She chuckled as she realized they were both a bit of a mess.The trip to the bathroom was a little awkward, with both of them bumping walls and stumbling repeatedly, each helping to support the other.“Max was in heaven,” Wendy said a little unevenly.“I made him get hard and thought I needed to take care of it,” Dana replied. “Maybe I shouldn't have done that.”“He thinks you're the best there is. You made him a happy camper. He'll remember that … and remind me about it forever,” Wendy finished with a giggle."Wendy, he loves you,” Dana replied as she washed the sticky cum off her face.“I know he does,” and I don't mind him thinking that about you. I just know he never dreamed something like that would happen.“"He gave my boobs a good squeezing, too,” She paused her scrubbing for a second. "You seemed to do a good job with Luke, too."He didn't try to fight me off, that's for sure. Max says something about getting a little ‘strange' can be fun when he's teasing me. We weren't exactly doing that, but it was fun.”“Hold still,” Dana said, taking a wet washcloth and cleaning two strings of gooey liquid from Wendy's hair. Wendy took the cloth and did the same for Dana.“They looked at each other."They owe us,” Wendy said. “Are you game?”“I'm ready.”Back to the family room they went, and Dana drained the last of her third glass. She saw Max eyeing her with a smile. Wendy went straight to Luke and sat down next to him. Dana went to where she had been earlier, sat down, and spread her legs.She smiled as Max's cock was already responding, and he dropped to his hands and knees and came toward her. It felt so strange in a way, legs spread wide, womanhood in full view, and a different man heading toward her. It was her good friend, Max, but what if it was someone else. She shivered as Max touched her legs, then began kissing his way from her knee to her crotch. There were all sorts of possibilities, and she wondered what all he might do.“You ready?” he murmured, looking up at her.She bit her lower lip, nodding. His finger traced her cleft from top to bottom and back again, over and over, not probing, just caressing. That had never happened to her before, and she was nearly frantic, wanting him to do more. At last, he did, stroking over and over the pinkness between her vagina and her clitoris, not touching either. Breathing was getting more difficult, and she knew her body was glistening. She forced herself to look at Max – his eyebrows were raised, he was smiling and licking his lips. She knew that if he didn't do more soon, she'd have to grab his hand and make the decision for him.At last, his finger probed, sliding slowly inside her. Her hips pressed forward to meet his thrust, forcing his finger deeper. She felt a second finger and then a third. Without even thinking about it, her hips were moving back and forth on the fingers.“You like that, don't you?” he said softly.All Dana could do was moan and press forward with her hips.“How about this,” he asked as one finger slid across her clitoris.Dana jerked, a sharp moan escaping her throat.“I'll take that as a yes,” Max said, his finger flicking back and forth across her swollen clit.Dana couldn't control the moans that seemed to be getting louder and louder. This was different than she was used to as Max's tongue and finger alternated with almost the same flicking motions. Luke used his lips much more than Max, but the flicking had her body heating, sensations racing through her as she felt his fingers moving faster and faster.It was going to happen, and the spasms began with a long and loud moan, followed by more spasms and staccato moans as her body shuddered, every muscle contracting over and over.“Stop, please,” she finally said through her labored breathing.He did and said, “Look over there,” a very wet finger pointing toward the other couple where Luke's face was buried between Wendy's widely spread legs, her body mimicking what had just happened with Dana.Dana watched as Max reluctantly sat back on his haunches, giving her pussy a last look before standing. She smiled as his erection was still very prominent. Wendy had brought her legs together, and Luke stood beside the couch.“It's midnight,” Luke said. “Nude Day is over.”“No, it's not,” Wendy countered. “Let's go out in the yard and practice posing for the luncheon picture I'm planning to do.”Max offered his hand to Dana, and she stood, as did Wendy. Outside in the yard, and naked? This was something new. It was a warm night in July, and there was no dew on the grass yet, so sitting and posing was fun, filled with pushing and touching and lots of laughing. The yard was fairly private, but none of them were thinking of that as they listened to the crickets chirping and the cicadas singing their mating songs. There was even the unmistakable sharp chirp of a whippoorwill.When they finished with the supposed posing practice, Luke crawled across the grass to Dana.“I heard you,” he said, kissing her ear.“You should have been taking care of Wendy and ignoring me,” she answered with a chuckle.“I was doing that, but it must have been good, right?”She looked at him in the glow of the moonlight. “It was … different.”“That's what Wendy said, too. It was so strange, hearing those gorgeous moans, but being so far away.”“That isn't fair; I couldn't hear you at all.”“I doubt you were hearing anything. I just wish I could have watched it.”“You mean you'd have liked to see another man make me come?”“As long as you're still mine, yeah.”“That's not an issue, and I did see the very end of Wendy taking care of you. It was, well, fascinating and exciting, too."How about me taking care of you right now and right here?” Luke said, sliding his hand along Dana's thigh.“You want to make me come again?”“More than that.”“Oh, god, Luke. Wendy and Max are right there.”“And when they see us … they'll join us,” He pushed her back so she was flat on the grass and spread her legs."I guess I don't have much choice now,” she whispered.“You can say no if you'd like,” he said as he pressed his erection against her.She groaned and pulled him onto her.Just as predicted, Wendy and Max, ten feet from them, joined them within seconds.On Saturday, Wendy dragged Dana to the little downtown gallery to see her painting. Dana piled her hair into a bun, wore dark glasses, and a plain, loose-fitting dress to disguise herself as much as possible. It was a special day at the gallery, and it was fairly well packed. Wendy went to talk to the owner, and Dana stood by herself to view the well-lit display. By herself was a misnomer, as there were many people standing around with her, looking.“Unique idea,” a lady shared with her. “And the model is beautiful as well.”Dana smiled as she nearly said thank you to the lady.She listened to more comments, blushing slightly despite her disguise. When Wendy returned, she asked Dana if people seemed to like it.“Everything I've heard so far is good.”“The owner says he's had several offers to purchase it. The last one was for five thousand dollars, from an older gentleman who said he'd double the offer if he could meet the model.”“Wendy, no way,” Dana said, looking around guiltily.“I told her that wouldn't happen, and she was going to go back to the gentleman for a response.”Dana thought for a moment. “So, if I just meet the guy, you'll get an extra five thousand?”“Minus a commission, of course,” She received a nudge in the ribs for that.Dana remembered when she'd posed for that picture, and the one of herself, how nervous and embarrassed she'd been to expose her body. Then Wendy has told her about the gallery and the painting being on display. She had rebelled at first, then agreed. Now she was standing in front of the painting, and no one had recognized her. With the many things that had happened since, particularly the National Nude Day celebration just two days ago, she felt much differently about herself than she had then. She smiled at Wendy."Tell your friend to get as much out of the old guy as she can, but I'll be happy to meet him so the artist can receive an additional five grand, or whatever the doubling might be.”“Are you sure, Dana?'"Yeah, and maybe I'll give him his own personal viewing, you know.”“Dana!” It was Wendy's turn to look appalled.The patron of the arts upped his offer to ten thousand dollars, which Wendy promised to share some with Dana.The meeting with the gentleman was very pleasant – dinner at the Downtown Athletic Club. Dana didn't give him a “personal viewing,” but she did wear the red dress, which she was sure it made the old guy's heart pound a little harder.When the Proctors or the Berrys went to the other's house for dinner or games, it was after dark and interesting. With cooler weather approaching, they were both sure it would get even more interesting. On “very special” nights, their times together were very interesting and delightfully exciting, their experimentation becoming more and more sensual and … well, just, you can imagine.Dana had changed dramatically and was loving it. She could dress as she wanted, act as she wanted, and be who she wanted. And Luke had never been more proud of his wife. When other men gawked at her, he loved her even more. Perhaps he was changing too. They'd both decided that National Nude Day had accomplished that, or at least put the final stamp on everything. By PickFiction for Literotica

Movies - A Podcast About the Act of Cinema
E220: Elvis (2022) - Baz Luhrmann's Epic Masterpiece [Guests: Mario Cuomo, Anthony Sisco, and Dakota Proctor]

Movies - A Podcast About the Act of Cinema

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 135:00


Video Episodes & Bonus Episodes: https://patreon.com/lowres  LowRes Instagram Page: https://www.instagram.com/lowreswunderbred  Hans on Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/hwordname  SPONSOR: https://surfshark.deals/lowres  [Get 83% off Surf Shark VPN and help out the podcast]   FOLLOW OUR GUESTS: Mario Cuomo on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mcmariocuomo/ Anthony Sisco on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/antnysisco/ Dakota Proctor on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/plasticrepeater/ 

Michael Easley inContext
Jesus' Prayer at Gethsemene with Morris Proctor

Michael Easley inContext

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 45:35


In March 2022, today's guest, Morris Proctor, delivered a remarkable expository sermon on Jesus' prayer in Gethsemene at Michael's church, Stonebridge Bible Church. Morris returns to inContext today for a discussion on discipleship and Bible teaching. Find resources mentioned in this episode at michaelincontext.com

Springhill Baptist Church Sermons
Episode 307: Acts 11:27-30 || Gifts to the Church || Jared Proctor

Springhill Baptist Church Sermons

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 40:35


In Acts 11:27-30 we see that the Spirit gives 4 Gifts to the church. In this sermon Pastor Jared encourages us with them!

The Fox League Podcast
NRL 360 - Wests Tigers "robbed", Manly boycott controversy and Proctor's sacking - 25/07/22

The Fox League Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 33:01


Catch up on all the Rugby League news from NRL360, Monday the 25th of July, with host Braith Anasta and of course, Paul Kent. The boys are joined by Micahel Carayannis and James Hooper to discuss one of the most controversial endings to a game in recent memory in the Wests Tigers loss to the Cowboys, as well as Kevin Proctor's vaping scandal, and the Manly players reportedly boycotting the club's pride jersey. For more of the show tune in on Fox League CH 502 or stream full episodes on KAYO.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Connections That Matter Podcast
Quick Hit: Dare to lead like a girl

Connections That Matter Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 13:13


I met Dalia Feldheim around the time she was helping to create Proctor and Gamble's blockbuster ad campaign Always #likeagirl. Now she's written the definitive playbook for people-center leaders, Dare to Lead Like a Girl.

Linda's Corner: Faith, Family, and Living Joyfully
Linda's Corner - Cracking the code for life success with Babs Faseesin

Linda's Corner: Faith, Family, and Living Joyfully

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 29:37


Welcome to Linda's Corner.  In this episode, Babs Faseesin shares tips for cracking the code for life success and how to follow a blueprint to discover your ultimate purpose.   Babs was born and raised in Nigeria, but currently lives in New York.  He is a certified negotiation specialist, life coach, and strategy consultant who has worked on projects for companies like Samsung, Coca Cola, Toyota, Proctor and Gamble, Nestle, and others.  He is also the author of “Cracking the Life Code:  Keys to master your mindset, habits, and behaviors for personal success.”  You can reach Babs at his website, https://crackingthelifecode.com.Some of the highlights Babs shares:His journey from being born in Nigeria to finding success in New YorkWhy we need to overcome the programming we received growing upImproving self awareness through self reflection and  evaluationWe're not born with a "manual," so how do we crack the code?How do we recognize and change limiting beliefs?Why we need to learn how to "grown downward"How to define successHow to become resilientAnd morePlease share, subscribe, leave a rating and review, visit the Linda's Corner website at lindascornerpodcast.com and/or follow on youtube, facebook, instagram, and pinterest @lindascornerpodcast. Thanks!Also please visit the Hope for Healing website at hopeforhealingfoundation.org for free resources to increase happiness, build confidence and self esteem, improve relationships, manage stress, and calm feelings of depression and anxiety. 

Hagmann Report
Biden's Days Are Numbered; Ongoing Invasion of U.S. | RandyTaylor & Richard Proctor Join Doug Hagmann | The Hagmann Report ( FULL SHOW)

Hagmann Report

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 90:01


For show notes, links and complete description, visit www.HagmannReport.comThe Hagmann Report is brought to you by EMP Shield - www.EMPshield.com/hagmannUse Promo Code HAGMANN for $50 OFF!IMPORTANT LINKS:DONATE: (www.HagmannReport.com/donate)HAGMANN COFFEE: (www.HagmannStore.com)The Hagmann Report provides news and information based on a combination of exclusive investigative work, proprietary sources, contacts, qualified guests, open-source material. The Hagmann Report will never be encumbered by political correctness or held hostage to an agenda of revisionist history.Join Doug Hagmann, host of the Hagmann Report, Weekdays @ 7 PM ET.ON THE GO? SUBSCRIBE TO HAGMANN'S PODCASTiTunes: (https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/hagmann-report/id631558915?uo=4)Spotify: (https://open.spotify.com/show/376mkckQHCPYTJssQN794g)iHeart: (https://www.iheart.com/podcast/256-hagmann-report-30926499/)Spreaker: (https://www.spreaker.com/show/hagmann-report)Email: studio@hagmannreport.comFOLLOW HAGMANN AT:Parler: (www.parler.com/profile/DouglasHagmann)Gab: @DougHagmannTwitter: Twitter is garbage

Firearms Nation Podcast
FNP 196 : Frank Proctor - Thinking About Shooting

Firearms Nation Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2022 78:03 Very Popular


Frank Proctor is a former Special Forces operator as well as a grand master competitor in USPSA (United States Practical Shooting Association). Frank is a well know firearms instructor who also has the insight to create various products that have helped him as well as other shooters work better with their firearms. Frank has been a guest of this show back on Episode 122 and a live Q&A on Episode 134. https://www.frankproctorshooting.com/

Cosmic Scene with Jill Jardine
Manifesting Miracles with Chef Silvia Bianco

Cosmic Scene with Jill Jardine

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2022 33:49


In this episode, Chef Silvia Bianco, discusses how to manifest everyday miracles in our life.Stay tuned to learn how you can align with your desires and watch them appear in front of your very eyes! Miracles are for everyone! Jill and Silvia share why mindset, intention and belief are so important to manifestation.   Get to a place of worthiness and realize that self worth is so important to coming into resonance with something bigger in your life.  Have an alignment with what you are trying to manifest. Come from a place of gratitude when manifesting. Also, understand that miracles are a natural occurrence.  We are spiritual beings having a material experience and it is our divine birthright to manifest things into matter!  Don't come from fear and desperation when trying to bring in more money and anything in your life.Silvia Bianco is an award-winning chef, writer and former restauranteur. She was co-owner of Biscotti, a much loved Italian restaurant in Ridgefield, Connecticut, and winner of Zagat's "Award of Distinction" for multiple years.  Chef Silvia began offering cooking classes to her restaurant patrons in 1995 to a wide variety of culinary tastes from American to European to continental fare.  She gives cooking classes to private groups and corporate groups (the latter as team-building events) for some of America's top companies including: GE, Unilever, Dannon, Barnes & Noble, Proctor & Gamble and others.  She also serves as resident chef at Williams Sonoma in Danbury, CT.Chef Silvia has cooked on stage at the highly-acclaimed Ridgefield Playhouse and The James Beard House and on numerous national TV shows, including the The Today Show on NBC.Author of "Simply Saute," the first in-depth book on saute in the U.S., Chef Silvia is a regular contributor to the hugely popular website, www.SimpleReminders.com with six million followers and has also written for the Huffington Post.  She considers herself a holistic chef and spiritual teacher, writing from her years of spiritual study and practice as a long time student of "A Course in Miracles." She has a spiritual blog called "Miracles and The Chef," in addition to a more mainstream blog called "Notes from the Chef."Check out Chef Silvia at: www.chefsilvia.comwww/jilljardineastrology.com Intrinsic Drive™This show was born of a desire to explore and share individual and collective...Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify

MASTER YOUR MINDSET: Tools to Win the Inner-Game
Episode 185: Raising Champions with Former US Women's National Soccer Team Standout Joanna Lohman

MASTER YOUR MINDSET: Tools to Win the Inner-Game

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 17, 2022 37:01


Joanna has been a professional athlete for sixteen years, and has utilized her platform to impact people around the world. She is a professional speaker for leading organizations such as the Department of State, Proctor and Gamble, Tedx, and Muse. She also serves as a Sport Diplomat, traveling the world and running programs in less developed nations that promote gender equality, conflict resolution, cultural understanding, and economic development. She has helped individuals and groups find their cool by living an unabashedly authentic life based around deep-rooted acceptance and discovering a comfort in her own skin. - To learn more about Joanna, visit her WEBSITE find Joanna on Instagram at @joannalohman15 --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

Science of CX
David Wood: Don't Ignore the Mouse or the Elephant in the Room

Science of CX

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 15, 2022 43:44


David is a former consulting actuary to Fortune 100 companies such as Sony Music, Proctor & Gamble, and Exxon.  He left his cushy Park Avenue job 20 years ago to explore both the outer world and his own inner world, and has, ever since, built the world's largest coaching business, becoming #1 on Google for life coaching and coaching thousands of hours in 12 countries around the globe as well as helping others.  Currently, David coaches high-performing business owners to double revenue, and their time off by focusing on less and being 30% more courageous in their business or career. Key Takeaways.  The importance of acknowledging the mouse in the room. How recognizing and naming the mouse can unlock you to be emotionally intelligent, vulnerable, confident, and productive. David's three D's to help you name your mouse, i.e Discover, decide, and disarm.David's personal struggle with anxiety and depression; and how facing his fears helped him overcome and grow from this experience. How being authentic and honest will attract the right kind of customers to work with.  Connect with David LinkedIn- https://www.linkedin.com/in/focus-ceo/  Website - https://focus.ceo/  Twitter - https://twitter.com/_playforreal 

The Score from The Team Roping Journal
Coleman Proctor Continues Hot Streak with Estes Park Win

The Score from The Team Roping Journal

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2022 17:48


In this episode of "The Short Score," host Jenna Link talks with Coleman Proctor twice this week. In part one he discusses his Cowboy Christmas run in which he and his partner, Logan Medlin, cashed in $15,131 each at the Cody Stampede and St. Paul Rodeo to be in the Top 5 Money Earners, and in part two he discusses his Rooftop Rodeo victory. This episode is brought to you by Purina. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Hagmann Report
Democide & the Illegitimacy of the January 6th Committee | Randy Taylor & Richard Proctor Join Doug Hagmann | The Hagmann Report (Full Show)

Hagmann Report

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2022 90:01


For show notes, links and complete description, visit www.HagmannReport.com/videosThe Hagmann Report is brought to you by EMP Shield - www.EMPshield.com/hagmannUse Promo Code HAGMANN for $50 OFF!IMPORTANT LINKS:DONATE: (www.HagmannReport.com/fundraiser)HAGMANN COFFEE: (www.HagmannStore.com)The Hagmann Report provides news and information based on a combination of exclusive investigative work, proprietary sources, contacts, qualified guests, open-source material. The Hagmann Report will never be encumbered by political correctness or held hostage to an agenda of revisionist history.Join Doug Hagmann, host of the Hagmann Report, Weekdays @ 7 PM ET.ON THE GO? SUBSCRIBE TO HAGMANN'S PODCASTiTunes: (https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/hagmann-report/id631558915?uo=4)Spotify: (https://open.spotify.com/show/376mkckQHCPYTJssQN794g)iHeart: (https://www.iheart.com/podcast/256-hagmann-report-30926499/)Spreaker: (https://www.spreaker.com/show/hagmann-report)Email: studio@hagmannreport.comFOLLOW HAGMANN AT:Parler: (www.parler.com/profile/DouglasHagmann)Gab: @DougHagmannTwitter: Twitter is garbage

New Books in Christian Studies
Travis W. Proctor, "Demonic Bodies and the Dark Ecologies of Early Christian Culture" (Oxford UP, 2022)

New Books in Christian Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2022 43:01


Drawing insights from gender studies and the environmental humanities, Demonic Bodies and the Dark Ecologies of Early Christian Culture (Oxford UP, 2022) analyze how ancient Christians constructed the Christian body through its relations to demonic adversaries. Through case studies of New Testament texts, Gnostic treatises, and early Christian church fathers, Travis W. Proctor notes that early followers of Jesus construed the demonic body in diverse and sometimes contradictory ways, as both embodied and bodiless, “fattened” and ethereal, heavenly and earthbound. Across this diversity of portrayals, however, demons consistently functioned as personifications of “deviant” bodily practices such as “magical” rituals, immoral sexual acts, gluttony, and pagan religious practices. This demonization served an exclusionary function whereby Christian writers marginalized fringe Christian groups by linking their ritual activities to demonic modes of (dis)embodiment. The tandem construction of demonic and human corporeality demonstrates how Christian authors constructed the bodies that inhabited their cosmos - human, demon, and otherwise as part of overlapping networks or “ecosystems” of humanity and nonhumanity. Through this approach, Proctor provides new resources for reimagining the enlivened ecosystems that surround and intersect with our modern ideas of “self.” Tiatemsu Longkumer is a Ph.D. scholar working on ‘Anthropology of Religion' at North-Eastern Hill University, Shillong: India. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/christian-studies

New Books in Religion
Travis W. Proctor, "Demonic Bodies and the Dark Ecologies of Early Christian Culture" (Oxford UP, 2022)

New Books in Religion

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2022 43:01


Drawing insights from gender studies and the environmental humanities, Demonic Bodies and the Dark Ecologies of Early Christian Culture (Oxford UP, 2022) analyze how ancient Christians constructed the Christian body through its relations to demonic adversaries. Through case studies of New Testament texts, Gnostic treatises, and early Christian church fathers, Travis W. Proctor notes that early followers of Jesus construed the demonic body in diverse and sometimes contradictory ways, as both embodied and bodiless, “fattened” and ethereal, heavenly and earthbound. Across this diversity of portrayals, however, demons consistently functioned as personifications of “deviant” bodily practices such as “magical” rituals, immoral sexual acts, gluttony, and pagan religious practices. This demonization served an exclusionary function whereby Christian writers marginalized fringe Christian groups by linking their ritual activities to demonic modes of (dis)embodiment. The tandem construction of demonic and human corporeality demonstrates how Christian authors constructed the bodies that inhabited their cosmos - human, demon, and otherwise as part of overlapping networks or “ecosystems” of humanity and nonhumanity. Through this approach, Proctor provides new resources for reimagining the enlivened ecosystems that surround and intersect with our modern ideas of “self.” Tiatemsu Longkumer is a Ph.D. scholar working on ‘Anthropology of Religion' at North-Eastern Hill University, Shillong: India. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/religion

New Books in Intellectual History
Travis W. Proctor, "Demonic Bodies and the Dark Ecologies of Early Christian Culture" (Oxford UP, 2022)

New Books in Intellectual History

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2022 43:01


Drawing insights from gender studies and the environmental humanities, Demonic Bodies and the Dark Ecologies of Early Christian Culture (Oxford UP, 2022) analyze how ancient Christians constructed the Christian body through its relations to demonic adversaries. Through case studies of New Testament texts, Gnostic treatises, and early Christian church fathers, Travis W. Proctor notes that early followers of Jesus construed the demonic body in diverse and sometimes contradictory ways, as both embodied and bodiless, “fattened” and ethereal, heavenly and earthbound. Across this diversity of portrayals, however, demons consistently functioned as personifications of “deviant” bodily practices such as “magical” rituals, immoral sexual acts, gluttony, and pagan religious practices. This demonization served an exclusionary function whereby Christian writers marginalized fringe Christian groups by linking their ritual activities to demonic modes of (dis)embodiment. The tandem construction of demonic and human corporeality demonstrates how Christian authors constructed the bodies that inhabited their cosmos - human, demon, and otherwise as part of overlapping networks or “ecosystems” of humanity and nonhumanity. Through this approach, Proctor provides new resources for reimagining the enlivened ecosystems that surround and intersect with our modern ideas of “self.” Tiatemsu Longkumer is a Ph.D. scholar working on ‘Anthropology of Religion' at North-Eastern Hill University, Shillong: India. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/intellectual-history

New Books in Biblical Studies
Travis W. Proctor, "Demonic Bodies and the Dark Ecologies of Early Christian Culture" (Oxford UP, 2022)

New Books in Biblical Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2022 43:01


Drawing insights from gender studies and the environmental humanities, Demonic Bodies and the Dark Ecologies of Early Christian Culture (Oxford UP, 2022) analyze how ancient Christians constructed the Christian body through its relations to demonic adversaries. Through case studies of New Testament texts, Gnostic treatises, and early Christian church fathers, Travis W. Proctor notes that early followers of Jesus construed the demonic body in diverse and sometimes contradictory ways, as both embodied and bodiless, “fattened” and ethereal, heavenly and earthbound. Across this diversity of portrayals, however, demons consistently functioned as personifications of “deviant” bodily practices such as “magical” rituals, immoral sexual acts, gluttony, and pagan religious practices. This demonization served an exclusionary function whereby Christian writers marginalized fringe Christian groups by linking their ritual activities to demonic modes of (dis)embodiment. The tandem construction of demonic and human corporeality demonstrates how Christian authors constructed the bodies that inhabited their cosmos - human, demon, and otherwise as part of overlapping networks or “ecosystems” of humanity and nonhumanity. Through this approach, Proctor provides new resources for reimagining the enlivened ecosystems that surround and intersect with our modern ideas of “self.” Tiatemsu Longkumer is a Ph.D. scholar working on ‘Anthropology of Religion' at North-Eastern Hill University, Shillong: India. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/biblical-studies

New Books in History
Travis W. Proctor, "Demonic Bodies and the Dark Ecologies of Early Christian Culture" (Oxford UP, 2022)

New Books in History

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2022 43:01


Drawing insights from gender studies and the environmental humanities, Demonic Bodies and the Dark Ecologies of Early Christian Culture (Oxford UP, 2022) analyze how ancient Christians constructed the Christian body through its relations to demonic adversaries. Through case studies of New Testament texts, Gnostic treatises, and early Christian church fathers, Travis W. Proctor notes that early followers of Jesus construed the demonic body in diverse and sometimes contradictory ways, as both embodied and bodiless, “fattened” and ethereal, heavenly and earthbound. Across this diversity of portrayals, however, demons consistently functioned as personifications of “deviant” bodily practices such as “magical” rituals, immoral sexual acts, gluttony, and pagan religious practices. This demonization served an exclusionary function whereby Christian writers marginalized fringe Christian groups by linking their ritual activities to demonic modes of (dis)embodiment. The tandem construction of demonic and human corporeality demonstrates how Christian authors constructed the bodies that inhabited their cosmos - human, demon, and otherwise as part of overlapping networks or “ecosystems” of humanity and nonhumanity. Through this approach, Proctor provides new resources for reimagining the enlivened ecosystems that surround and intersect with our modern ideas of “self.” Tiatemsu Longkumer is a Ph.D. scholar working on ‘Anthropology of Religion' at North-Eastern Hill University, Shillong: India. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/history

New Books Network
Travis W. Proctor, "Demonic Bodies and the Dark Ecologies of Early Christian Culture" (Oxford UP, 2022)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2022 43:01


Drawing insights from gender studies and the environmental humanities, Demonic Bodies and the Dark Ecologies of Early Christian Culture (Oxford UP, 2022) analyze how ancient Christians constructed the Christian body through its relations to demonic adversaries. Through case studies of New Testament texts, Gnostic treatises, and early Christian church fathers, Travis W. Proctor notes that early followers of Jesus construed the demonic body in diverse and sometimes contradictory ways, as both embodied and bodiless, “fattened” and ethereal, heavenly and earthbound. Across this diversity of portrayals, however, demons consistently functioned as personifications of “deviant” bodily practices such as “magical” rituals, immoral sexual acts, gluttony, and pagan religious practices. This demonization served an exclusionary function whereby Christian writers marginalized fringe Christian groups by linking their ritual activities to demonic modes of (dis)embodiment. The tandem construction of demonic and human corporeality demonstrates how Christian authors constructed the bodies that inhabited their cosmos - human, demon, and otherwise as part of overlapping networks or “ecosystems” of humanity and nonhumanity. Through this approach, Proctor provides new resources for reimagining the enlivened ecosystems that surround and intersect with our modern ideas of “self.” Tiatemsu Longkumer is a Ph.D. scholar working on ‘Anthropology of Religion' at North-Eastern Hill University, Shillong: India. 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

Bucknuts Morning 5
Buckeyes vault back to No. 1 in recruiting rankings | What to expect from Proctor, OSU's safeties?

Bucknuts Morning 5

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2022 22:00 Very Popular


High 4-star defensive lineman Jason Moore committed to Ohio State on Sunday, vaulting the Buckeyes back over Notre Dame for the No. 1 spot in the 247Sports Composite national recruiting rankings for 2023. The Buckeyes now have 18 prospects in their class. How many will they end up with and can they hold on to the top spot in the end?  Patrick Murphy joins Dave Biddle to discuss that, plus the fact that Big Ten Media Days kick off in exactly two weeks in Indianapolis. Who will be the player reps for Ohio State? How much buzz will there be in Indy about USC and UCLA joining the conference beginning in 2024? What might be next in conference expansion? Also, we will take a look at the Buckeyes' safeties for the 2022 season. What can be expected from fifth-year senior Josh Proctor who is returning from what was a season-ending injury last season? What about the other safeties for OSU? All of that and much more is coming your way on the Monday 5ish. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Washed Up Walkons
Proc Is A Hawk | WUW 332

Washed Up Walkons

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2022 59:05


In todays episode the boys recap the weekend full of events ranging from Kluver's first golf outing of the year in Grand Island, Nebraska all the way to Nashville where Drake attended the 3rd Annual KittleFest which is a backyard Summer celebration party that George throws at his compound, this year bigger and better than ever. Kevin was working this weekend. We discuss Recruiting and why the Hawks are trending upward as of the last 3-4 years. What could be the reason why the classes have been stacked a little heavier? Does Iowa have the best O-line class of '23? How will these last few classes translate to on field results? And how did Drake almost tear his ACL?

One Radio Network
07.11.22 Proctor Two

One Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2022 68:12


07.11.22 Proctor Two by Patrick Timpone

One Radio Network
07.11.22 Proctor One

One Radio Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2022 65:03


07.11.22 Proctor One by Patrick Timpone

EveryMorning Quarterback Podcast
Arrowhead Addicts' KC Proctor Previews the AFC West (EMQB Special 7/8)

EveryMorning Quarterback Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 9, 2022 49:30


Follow us on social @emqpodcast and visit emqpodcast.com for more!

Curiosity Daily
The Explorers Club - An Interview with Sian Proctor

Curiosity Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 8, 2022 12:18


Today, we are lucky enough to hear from a highly accomplished explorer who has some incredible experiences to share with us. Dr. Sian Proctor was the mission pilot for the Inspiration4, which is the all-civilian orbital mission to space and she's the first African American woman to pilot a spacecraft. She also lived in a Mars analog environment to simulate what it might be like to live on the red planet.Sian Proctor Interview from 4/23/22https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sian_Proctorhttps://www.drsianproctor.com/Follow Curiosity Daily on your favorite podcast app to get smarter with Calli and Nate — for free! Still curious? Get exclusive science shows, nature documentaries, and more real-life entertainment on discovery+! Go to https://discoveryplus.com/curiosity to start your 7-day free trial. discovery+ is currently only available for US subscribers.Find episode transcripts here: 

Telecom Reseller
Martello powers best use of Mitel, Teams environments, Podcast

Telecom Reseller

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 7, 2022 16:36


Martello and Mitel, a relationship going back a decade, has been renewed for another three years. In this podcast we learn about how Martello has continued to position itself as a trusted resource for users on several platforms and stages in migration. “If you can't make telephone calls, and now with Office 365 being dominant, you can't send emails, that's your productivity,” says John Proctor, CEO of Martello. Proctor argues that you need a single go to resource that can handle your issues across the network, and across the vast, remote, network hybrid working. There will be meshing of on-prem, and remote, of Mitel and Teams, a spectrum of available resources and infrastructure, and unnumerable ways that such a network might fail. Martello can pinpoint problems and deliver real time problem resolutions. Proctor points out that organizations such as a hospital might have multiple environments: on-prem, off-site, work from anywhere, all with security, privacy and stability being major mandates.  Martello can handle these diverse work landscapes. Proctor further points out that user expectations of the ready use and available communications, are generally high, even as the respective network turns up unprecedented concurrent challenges. Modern IT teams will need a partner that is ready to tackle all of these environments, together. Visit http://www.martellotech.com

Hagmann Report
Planned or Programmed Shooters & Civil Rights Targeted | Randy Taylor & Richard Proctor Join Doug Hagmann | The Hagmann Report (FULL SHOW)

Hagmann Report

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2022 90:01


For show notes, links and complete description, visit www.HagmannReport.com/videosThe Hagmann Report is brought to you by EMP Shield - www.EMPshield.com/hagmannUse Promo Code HAGMANN for $50 OFF!IMPORTANT LINKS:DONATE: (www.HagmannReport.com/fundraiser)HAGMANN COFFEE: (www.HagmannStore.com)The Hagmann Report provides news and information based on a combination of exclusive investigative work, proprietary sources, contacts, qualified guests, open-source material. The Hagmann Report will never be encumbered by political correctness or held hostage to an agenda of revisionist history.Join Doug Hagmann, host of the Hagmann Report, Weekdays @ 7 PM ET.ON THE GO? SUBSCRIBE TO HAGMANN'S PODCASTiTunes: (https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/hagmann-report/id631558915?uo=4)Spotify: (https://open.spotify.com/show/376mkckQHCPYTJssQN794g)iHeart: (https://www.iheart.com/podcast/256-hagmann-report-30926499/)Spreaker: (https://www.spreaker.com/show/hagmann-report)Email: studio@hagmannreport.comFOLLOW HAGMANN AT:Parler: (www.parler.com/profile/DouglasHagmann)Gab: @DougHagmannTwitter: Twitter is garbage

How to Scale Commercial Real Estate
Long Distance Investing

How to Scale Commercial Real Estate

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 19:45


Billy Keels, a regular guy from Columbus, Ohio, started out as a corporate go-getter. He was rejected twice and then did some great luck with commercial real estate investing. Now, Billy is living in Barcelona, Spain, and is a big proponent of passive investing. In this episode, Billy tells his incredible story of how he overcame obstacles to become successful in the Passive Investing world. He explains how he had a problem and tried to look for a solution and ended up investing in real estate, mobile home parks, and commercial properties. Billy also mentions the bonus depreciation rules and how they can use them to reduce taxes on their active income. Finally, Billy emphasized the importance of building relationships and gaining investor trust. He tells the listener that technology has been helpful in this regard, as it allows him to communicate with investors more easily.   Highlights:   [00:00 - 09:56] How to Passive Invest for Financial Freedom Who is Billy Keely Keels Billy talks about his mistakes in investing and how he learned about passive investing. Investing away from home.  He then discusses how passive investing has helped him achieve his personal freedom goals. He also mentioned that he would be able to tap into bonus depreciation rules and use losses against active income to redeploy money into other investments. He is Currently investing passively in Energy sector   [09:56 - 14:35] How to Raise Capital For Your Own Deals or Syndicate  One of the things that Billy started to realize is that there's a mindset different among people in different types of rooms. Living in Europe or other parts of the world doesn't mean your Tax free As an American you have to declare your worldwide income. Making sure you have a team of professionals   to advise you on how to able to do these things For those who want to invest in real estate, there are other vehicles that can help them get to their destination, such as investing in other businesses or using technology It's important to have a team around you to help with various aspects of your investment, and also be available to invest yourself   [20:55 - 22:00] Closing Segment Reach out to Billy Links Below Final Words Resources Mentioned: For Accredited Investors ONLYfirstgencp.com/paylesstax Tweetable Quotes   “As you start to be in different types of rooms, you start to realize that there's a different kind of mindset. There are Different vehicles that I'm comfortable with that help me get to the same destination. And so a lot of times it's a matter of being exposed.”  -  Billy Keels ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- Connect with Billy by visiting his website www.firstgencp.com Connect with me:   Facebook   LinkedIn   Like, subscribe, and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, or whatever platform you listen on.  Thank you for tuning in!   Email me → sam@brickeninvestmentgroup.com Want to read the full show notes of the episode? Check it out below:   [00:00:00] Billy Keels: Like, it's really interesting cuz I've been using zoom as a long distance investor for the last 10 years. [00:00:04] Billy Keels: As you start to build relationships. Yes. It's great that you can start with meeting someone on. Maybe you're meet in a chat room or a Facebook group or whatever kind of group but eventually you wanna be able to take that conversation offline,  [00:00:14] Billy Keels: I'm a big believer. If you wanna develop a relationship you have to be willing to put your money where your mouth is. And so you can develop a relationship up until a certain point, but then eventually you need to get on a plane and show other people that you are interested in. Not only building relationships, but also making investments.  [00:00:31] Sam Wilson: Billy keels is just a regular guy from middle class family in Columbus, Ohio, where he grew up knowing nothing about investing Billy. Welcome to  [00:00:50] Billy Keels: the show, Sam. Thanks so much, man. Really looking forward to it. Love your energy, love what you're doing and looking forward to the convers.  [00:00:56] Sam Wilson: In 90 seconds or less. [00:00:58] Sam Wilson: Can you tell me, sir? Where did you start? Where are you now? And how did you get  [00:01:01] Billy Keels: there? Yeah, you already told where I started. So originally from Columbus, Ohio product of two, two parents who really worked hard, put a real, real focus on education as a result I actually saw them suffer a lot really because they worked two jobs, blue collar, and they had a lot of different challenges, like paying certain bills. [00:01:18] Billy Keels: I saw them at the end of the month, like, are we gonna pay this bill? Are we gonna pay the other bill? And so I grew up in that environ. We, by the time I was 12, we lived in like three different states, eight or nine different houses. But the focus was always on education. So of course I'm an, a student. [00:01:31] Billy Keels: I really focused on the things that I was supposed to do and what I was told. So went to college, got two degrees. although I did find out what rejection was cause I had my dream job. I was rejected, not once, but twice. I got my college degree and was ready to go there. But at, through that rejection, what it helped me to do is I got a job that I never, ever imagined rejected twice from Proctor and gamble that opened up a door for me, where I had a job, Sam, where by the time I was 26, I'd worked and traveled throughout 58 different countries, which was amazing, opened my mind to doing, seeing different things. [00:02:01] Billy Keels: And what that did is kept me in a corporate career. Although I left the. Moved to Europe. I was supposed to be on a one year sabbatical and that one year sabbatical, interestingly enough, I started in Paris, France, and that started 21 years ago. So that one year sabbatical actually took me from Paris down to a town in the south called Montier. [00:02:20] Billy Keels: I went from there to Italy, started up a sales team, then went back to France and have been living in Barcelona, Spain, where I currently reside since July of 2000. And. I was working as a students do. I was in a corporate role for about 26 years. And recently in December of 2021, no longer part of the corporate world. [00:02:38] Billy Keels: And now am focused on continuing to live the best life that I can through the challenges through dedicating a lot of time and energy to the. The multinational. Now I'm focusing a lot of the time and energy on family, enjoying time with my wife, with my kids. and also getting back to the us more frequently. [00:02:52] Billy Keels: So that's really in like probably 90, a little bit more than 90 seconds. A little bit about the, this guy from Columbus, Ohio, who's now residing in Barcelona. Spain. I  [00:02:59] Sam Wilson: love it. I love it. I think anytime someone becomes well traveled there's there. It just, it does open your mind to so many possibilities in the world. [00:03:06] Sam Wilson: You're like, oh, wait, there's not everybody looks or acts like me. You lose a lot of the prejudices that I think we're taught, over the news and everything else. It's like, man, there's great people, the world  [00:03:15] Billy Keels: over. So yeah. That's and definitely focuses you to challenge the way that you think. [00:03:19] Billy Keels: At this point now, Sam I've loved it so much and I've been challenged so many times about the way that I look. At the world, I've now traveled to 86 different countries. Wow. And my next goal is to get to all seven continents. So I just need to get down to Antarctica, I guess that's, if you talked in the us and in Europe, they don't believe there's seven continents, but that's a whole different conversation. [00:03:36] Billy Keels: We'll talk about that later. in a hundred countries, so that's those are the next two geographical challenges I've put for myself. That is really  [00:03:43] Sam Wilson: cool. You've spent a lot of time in the corporate world, and I know you said you've stepped out as of December, 2021. That's really amazing. [00:03:51] Sam Wilson: You've had your hands though, in commercial real estate in a lot of different ways. Can you give us kind of a breakdown on some of those different ways you've been involved in commercial  [00:03:59] Billy Keels: real estate? Yeah. Sure. Absolutely. So, and I guess the way that I got into real estate was because I got like, I'm an, a student I mentioned before. [00:04:05] Billy Keels: So I did all the things I was told. I was in the, I was investing in my 401k IRA, just maxed out the 401k, rolled into IRA and did all that kind of stuff. And 2000 happened, 2008 happened. I got hit twice. My parents always told me, Billy, look, if something happens once, shame on them, if it happens twice, shame on you. [00:04:20] Billy Keels: I look to invest in real. And initially I read a lot of the books, the rich dad, poor dads, went down those rabbit holes and I saw of a lot of videos and as well. Listen to a lot of podcasts. And I thought I was gonna invest here in Barcelona, Spain, but through a number of different trials and tribulations, and then some pretty good luck. [00:04:38] Billy Keels: I ended up investing in real estate initially back in the us and living in Barcelona, Spain today, I'm a big fan and big proponent of long distance investing, living in one place where you really wanna live and investing where it makes the most sense for you and your capital. And so. Doing this long distance I've invested not only in small multi families own my own mobile home park. [00:04:58] Billy Keels: So very much an active investor made a lot of mistakes. Sam, especially like being long away and not having a network, not necessarily having all the education early on, but what I quickly found was someone because I was working as a, as an executive and a software company, enterprise software company. [00:05:13] Billy Keels: What I quickly realized because I wasn't surrounded by other people that talked about passive investing. I found out that I could literally like invest two, $300,000 with other people. They would do all the work and I could keep doing my job. Right. And so then I found out about passive investing. I started investing in developments like, Marriott and Hilton branded hotels, as well as different, larger multi-family type of opportunities, the two, 300 types, as well as ATM machines and even invested passively in, in energy sector. [00:05:42] Billy Keels: So each time looking to solve different challenges that I was. And each one of those different vehicles is helping me and my family get closer to our ultimate destination, which is to have the personal freedom that we really want. Do you feel  [00:05:54] Sam Wilson: like you've achieved that personal freedom that you were looking for or setting out for you hit that goal yet? [00:05:59] Billy Keels: I'm much further along today than I was before. What I can tell you is that I don't have any desire nor need to go back to a corporate role at this point in time. I feel like the work that I was doing for almost 10 years, because I was working in a highly demanding corporate environment in the it software space, as well as building my business. [00:06:17] Billy Keels: In the evenings in the really early mornings. So that 10 years of work, almost 10 years of work put us in a really good position, meaning me and my family today to not really worry about going back to a corporate environment. However, there's still some things that I want to do with my family and things like that. [00:06:31] Billy Keels: So we're not exactly there yet, but we're pretty darn close.  [00:06:34] Sam Wilson: Right, right. You're not tied to the day to day grind anymore, at least. No, not at all. That's a great place, certainly to be, tell me about this energy sector syndication. You mentioned that I don't even know what that means. Can you tell me what in the world  [00:06:46] Billy Keels: is that? [00:06:46] Billy Keels: Yeah. Yeah, sure. I mean, and you know what and I, one of the things, and this is one of the things that I appreciate about what you do here, Sam, in terms of the education is it's not necessarily always about the. Asset it's the benefits that the asset can provide you. Right? And so one of the things that I was looking for, because someone who was a, I was a high, was a high paid, I was an accredit investor. [00:07:04] Billy Keels: I was a first time accredit investor. So I wasn't surrounded by a lot of other accredit investors growing up. I didn't know even what it was. It took me actually finding a bunch of groups online to go, oh, hang on a second. Like probably six or seven years later, I was like, oh, I could have been investing in these very unique kind of things I didn't even know. [00:07:19] Billy Keels: And so what I've realized is each time I had a problem. I was looking for a solution. I got into real estate because real estate helped me get outta wall street. It helped me to have much more control. The business model was really pretty simple. pay people, paid their rent. You had a bunch of expenses, the insurance the taxes, all that kind of stuff gave you your net operating income than you paid your mortgage. [00:07:38] Billy Keels: And you got to keep the rest. That was simple. Gave me much more control. Then I was looking for more cash. and that found out about, the mobile home park and found out about passive investing and that was happening. But I always had this issue where I was investing in lots of passive. Income type of assets at the same time, because I was a high paid professional and my wife was not someone who could actually have a special IRS designation. [00:08:02] Billy Keels: Neither of the two of us. I still kept paying like 40 plus percent in taxes. And I just thought to myself, well, hang on a second. If there's a way for me to actually free up some of the capital that I'm paying because of my W2 income, then I could keep that income and redeploy it in more tax efficient type of vehicles. [00:08:19] Billy Keels: Real estate, commercial real estate and the other types of things. So that's really where this particular vehicle in the energy space has allowed me as a high pay professional to tap into some of the W2 income the taxes, specifically the tax portion, and be able to keep more of that money to then redeploy it into other things. [00:08:40] Sam Wilson: What does it mean? You said to me, if I said to you, Hey, Billy, I wanna invest in the energy sector. I don't even again where do I start? What's the, what are the nuts and bolts of it?  [00:08:49] Billy Keels: Yeah. So specifically what, one of the things that we look at is it's specifically around carbon capture. So there's equipment that is carbon capture equipment. [00:08:56] Billy Keels: And what that basically does. It car, it captures carbon it's then used in a process for energy companies to produce more oil and gas. From there, basically we're looking at the different types of tax codes. I mean, you can get into a lot of the nuts and bolts. We actually have a guide that we can have people download and they can find out more about that. [00:09:13] Billy Keels: But basically what it is looking at having a working interest. In a particular process from end to end as a result of that and purchasing pieces of equipment. When you put a company together being able to leverage the bonus depreciation rules that currently. And being able to take those losses against active income, which is something that for a lot of highway journals who are not a, have a particular real estate professional designation is one of the things that would allow you to be able to tap into that income. [00:09:41] Billy Keels: Once again, as I mentioned to you before, to then redeploy it into to other types of things. So hopefully that makes it a little bit. Clear in terms of what it is what process it's involved in. And then, if you wanna get into nuts and bolts, it's probably best to download the guide. Yeah. [00:09:53] Sam Wilson: Certainly here at the end of the show, we'll make sure we cover cover where we can get that. that's really cool. I love that. I think that's a lot of what people are hunting for, especially high income earners and syndications in general. It's is there a way to offset, taxes such that we're not just getting hammered? [00:10:06] Sam Wilson: I mean, 40% in taxes. That's  [00:10:08] Billy Keels: brutal, man. Yeah. Yeah. And it was one of those things, Sam, like I was thinking about this and this is just one of the things that as you start to be in different types of rooms, you start to realize that there's a different. Kind of mindset. And so looking to always solve the problem it's to your point, sometimes it's a matter of saying, Hey, listen, I want to invest in more real estate, but I'm kind of tapped out. [00:10:27] Billy Keels: Right. So are there other vehicles that can help you to get you to the destination that you're looking for? I mean, I say it all the time. Like I live. In Barcelona, Spain. , if I wanted to get to my hometown of Columbus, Ohio, I've got a lot of different options, right? I know the destination, but I could actually leave here Barcelona. [00:10:41] Billy Keels: I could get on a bicycle, go to the bicycle, to the train station. I could go from the train station to the airport and I could go from the airport and take a nonstop. Well, I can go to Columbus, but you know what I mean? Right. Could take a nonstop flight from Barcelona, Columbus. That's one option. The other option is I could get here. [00:10:55] Billy Keels: I could get in my car. I could drive to the airport or instead of going to the airport, I go to the train station from the train station. I take a train from here to LIS. From Lisbon, I get on a boat and I go from Lisbon to New York city. And eventually I get to Columbus, Ohio, right. Different vehicles that I'm comfortable with that help me get to the same destination. [00:11:12] Billy Keels: And so a lot of times it's a matter of being exposed. And that's one of the things I love that you do here is you're just giving more exposure to different vehicles that can actually help you get to your destination. Tell  [00:11:23] Sam Wilson: me about the expat life. I mean, we're talking about taxes, expat life. I mean, I've got friends that live, in Puerto Rico cuz they have a, Hey man, we live here cuz we think that they pay like a 4% federal income tax. [00:11:33] Sam Wilson: I mean it's something pretty pretty absurd. But yeah. Tell me, just give us a breakdown, the expat life, especially as it pertains to, I mean, do you raise capital for your own  [00:11:41] Billy Keels: deals as. I do. Yes, I do raise capital for my own deals or syndicate the entire deals together, bring them together and either directly through funds, et cetera. [00:11:49] Billy Keels: But one of the things like, so, yeah, so, so being able to do that, I mean, this is where it's really important, Sam, and I can't reiterate this enough. To have a strong team. Like it is very important to have a team because there are things that you just don't even know. Like a lot of people would think, Hey, listen, if you are living in Europe, well, some people ask me, well, do you have to pay taxes? [00:12:10] Billy Keels: Well, of course you have to declare your taxes because especially if you're a US citizen, you have that passport. One of the things about the internal revenue services that you. As an American citizen, you have to declare your worldwide income. And so when you do that, you have to make sure that the team that is around you is advising you on how to be able to do those things. [00:12:27] Billy Keels: So, and also, I should probably said this before, not giving anybody, any tax advice, not saying anything you and I, you asked me a question, I'm just giving people an example. Right? And so that's one of the things that you need to be aware of when you're outside of the United States. Make sure that you have a team around you, of professionals that understands whether it's your business attorney and your SCC attorney, your CFO, have them around you so that they can understand. [00:12:48] Billy Keels: But specifically as it pertains to us citizens, there is the obligation to, to declare your taxes on worldwide income.  [00:12:55] Sam Wilson: Right, right. that, that was a question. So yeah, you're paying taxes in Europe. You're paying taxes in the us. , that is something certainly to consider. [00:13:02] Sam Wilson: What's it been like raising money overseas for deals you're involved in the state side? Why does or involved in state side? Why does somebody come to Billy and say, Hey, Billy, I wanna invest in you to project in the us. How do you vet the projects? How do you find them? I know you mentioned team, but give us kind of the. [00:13:16] Sam Wilson: Rundown. Yeah, sure,  [00:13:17] Billy Keels: sure. Love the question. So one of the things that happens, and I think a lot of people have realized this, like people talk over zoom and people feel like zoom has only been around for two years. Like, it's really interesting cuz I've been using zoom as a long distance investor for the last 10 years. [00:13:30] Billy Keels: Right. Because. As you start to build relationships. Yes. It's great that you can start with meeting someone on. Maybe you're meet in a chat room or a Facebook group or whatever kind of group and you meet there, but eventually you wanna be able to take that conversation offline, maybe using one of Google meet or zoom or Skype or having those kinds of conversations is great, but eventually. [00:13:50] Billy Keels: I'm a big believer. And if you wanna develop a relationship, Sam, you have to be willing to put your money where your mouth is. And so you can develop a relationship up until a certain point, but then eventually you need to get on a plane and show other people that you are interested in. Not only building relationships, but also making investments. [00:14:06] Billy Keels: And it's no different when it comes to being able to build a community. Being able to gain investor trust, et cetera, et cetera, it's being available so that people can get to know who you are being available through one-on-one chats or doing things like this so they can begin to like you, and then eventually they're gonna need to trust you. [00:14:22] Billy Keels: It's I'm not making up anything new. This has all been around. And so leveraging technology has been one way to be able to do that. And then also I practice what I preach. I am even just in a couple days, I'm getting ready to fly to the US. I was doing that even when I was working in my corporate role, whether it was to go to meet business partners that were managing a property in a certain city, or was meeting with our S E C attorney or was meeting with our business attorney because you have to build the relationship and you have to be there. [00:14:47] Billy Keels: Our business is in the United States. So today, as I did for the previous 10 years, it's about making sure that the business is here because one of the things that I love about real assets is. They're working. And as long as the team is there, they're working for you 24 hours a day, seven days a week. So it doesn't really literally matter where you live in the world or where you reside or where you travel. [00:15:07] Billy Keels: That's. One of the benefits I think, is to have that geographic freedom, as long as your team understands the benefit that you are working to provide for your investors. then they know what they're doing. They know the location where they're, where they are operating. And then they also know the specific assets that is creating the benefit that we're looking for. [00:15:25] Billy Keels: So hopefully that gives the answer, but it's, not anything that you don't know already, or maybe you've thought well, okay, well, yeah, you're overseas. So maybe it's a little bit different, but I feel like you, you need to be able to put your money where your mouth is and develop the relationship in the way that it is supposed to be developed. [00:15:40] Billy Keels: And. Yourself, as well as your potential investors, the opportunity to meet face to face. Right.  [00:15:45] Sam Wilson: And I think that's one the things you hit on, cuz that's the question I think for a lot of people and obviously on this show, we've had people such as yourself that, live overseas that do investing in the states. [00:15:54] Sam Wilson: And I always get a different answer each time, but I haven't heard this one quite yet, but now that you mention it even going to conferences, this this last spring, I'm like, Hey, wait, you live. London. Hey, wait, you live in, I know where you live, but yet the people are still coming in. [00:16:06] Sam Wilson: They're spending the time to come back and get that face to face time. And I think that's absolutely critical. Yep. When I say strategic planning and tactical execution. Is that part of your plan? What does that mean to you? Can you give us some kind of thoughts behind that when I say those words? [00:16:20] Sam Wilson: Yeah,  [00:16:20] Billy Keels: sure. And then that a lot of that reminds me the 26 years that I was working in a big, large enterprise software companies. Right. Is you always have a strategic plan that is the north star. That is where are you going? To what is the vision? What is the mission, the vision, the value that you have, right? [00:16:35] Billy Keels: Because that. The strategy that you need to be able to put together that is the direction in which you're going then act then afterwards, it's the different tactics and actions that bolt them together, though. That is what are you doing on a quarterly, monthly, weekly, daily, almost hourly cadence to make sure that the activities that you're driving are moving you in the direct. [00:16:59] Billy Keels: Of the strategy that you have not only talked about, but that you've claimed and proclaimed in front of the world or in front of your investors. So that when you say those words, that. What it makes me think about, and it's very similar to what we are doing today in our company, our comp, our goal is to serve 200 accredited investors. [00:17:16] Billy Keels: and what we are doing are doing different strategy or tactics in actions, very similar to you and I talking today, or maybe I'm out traveling to the us, like I'm gonna be doing in just a couple days, or it could be making sure that our email list that we're continuously in contact and that there are different actions and tactics that are supporting the overall. [00:17:36] Billy Keels: I love it.  [00:17:37] Sam Wilson: I love it. I love breaking that down to a granular level where it's like, Hey, here's the plan? And here's the actions we have to take. And is what I'm doing. That question you asked is what I'm doing, supporting my strategic plan. And if it's not, well, it's probably time to revamp, what you're doing. [00:17:51] Sam Wilson: So exactly, absolutely love it. Billy. Thank you for taking the time to come on the show today and share, certainly have enjoyed it. Love all the ways that you've shared with us on everything from energy sector, syndications, to investing from overseas building teams. Man you've done a lot and I certainly appreciate you. [00:18:07] Sam Wilson: And the wisdom you've shared with us today, before I forget we did have that free download. You wanna talk about on the energy sector investments? Is there a good  [00:18:14] Billy Keels: place to find that? Yeah, sure, absolutely. You can. You can find that at first gen cp.com/payless tax, once again, that's first gen cp.com. [00:18:24] Billy Keels: Forward slash pay less tax. I should have mentioned one thing earlier, which is really important to to talk about as well. that particular opportunity is for accredited investors only. So it is a, what we say a 5 0 6 C. So it is for accredited investors, only happy for people to be more informed, but it is specifically for those individuals that meet the the accredited investor criteria. [00:18:42] Sam Wilson: Right. Fantastic. And I'm assuming that's the best place to find you. And if it's not, what is the best place to get ahold of you, Billy, if our listeners wanna get in  [00:18:47] Billy Keels: touch? Sure. First gencp.com is the place that is where you can go and find out more about us. Like you said first gen.com/uh, Payless tax is a place. [00:18:56] Billy Keels: If you wanna find out more about the energy sector and then also Sam, I love connecting with people on LinkedIn as well. So I would recommend that you connect with me there. I think I'm the only Billy keels in Barcelona, Spain. And if you could do me a favor and just let me know that you've already. [00:19:08] Billy Keels: Sam and I, having this conversation just makes our conversation even that much easier. So, and Sam, I really appreciate the opportunity to share a bit of my story with you and your entire audience today. Billy.  [00:19:17] Sam Wilson: Thank you so much. Enjoy the rest of your day. You too   

On Iowa Podcast
Reactions to Kadyn Proctor's commitment, Big Ten adding UCLA and USC

On Iowa Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 15:04


Thursday was a big news day. The Gazette's John Steppe answers your questions about 5-star recruit Kadyn Proctor committing to Iowa and the Big Ten adding UCLA and USC.

Hawk Central Podcast
Kadyn Proctor Commits to Iowa, USC and UCLA Commit to the Big Ten

Hawk Central Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 41:10


Kadyn Proctor Commits to Iowa, USC and UCLA Commit to the Big Ten

From the Parking Lot
BREAKING: Nation's No. 1 OT Kadyn Proctor commits to Iowa

From the Parking Lot

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 17:28


The Iowa Hawkeyes have officially landed the nation's No. 1 OT in Kadyn Proctor. HawkeyeInsider's David Eickholt and Sean Bock break down the significance of this addition, argue that Iowa's 2023 OL class might be among the best in the country, what Proctor's commitment could do moving forward and much more. A short, but jam-packed episode. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

247Sports Football Recruiting Podcast

2023 five-star offensive tackle Kadyn Proctor has committed to the Iowa Hawkeyes! Allen Trieu joins Blair Angulo to talk about Proctor's decision, discuss the immediate impact he can have for Iowa, and break down what this means for Hawkeyes in the long run! Host: Blair Angulo  Guest: Allen Trieu Follow or Subscribe to the 247Sports Football Recruiting podcast feed on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, or wherever you get your podcasts. Find the 247Sports podcast for your favorite team here! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Murph and Andy
Kadyn Proctor Picks Iowa, USC and UCLA to the Big Ten, and More - Thursday Hour 1

Murph and Andy

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 43:22


Kadyn Proctor Picks Iowa, USC and UCLA to the Big Ten, and More - Thursday Hour 1

From the Parking Lot

2023 five-star offensive tackle Kadyn Proctor has committed to the Iowa Hawkeyes! Allen Trieu joins Blair Angulo to talk about Proctor's decision, discuss the immediate impact he can have for Iowa, and break down what this means for Hawkeyes in the long run! Host: Blair Angulo  Guest: Allen Trieu Follow or Subscribe to the 247Sports Football Recruiting podcast feed on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, or wherever you get your podcasts. Find the 247Sports podcast for your favorite team here! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Sales vs. Marketing
Dave Fink - Co-Founder & CEO of Postie | How to Create a Category

Sales vs. Marketing

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 69:04


➡️ Like The Podcast? Leave A Rating: https://ratethispodcast.com/successstory   ➡️ About The Guest⁣ A 15-year consumer-internet veteran, Dave Fink, is a revenue-focused entrepreneur. He is the Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Postie. With a passion for creating disruptive business models and unique monetization strategies, Dave focuses on discovering opportunities to drive rapid growth. His creative, yet data-driven approach to marketing and monetization has generated hundreds of millions of dollars in revenue for ad-tech, lead generation, and commerce companies. Over the last decade, Dave has launched and scaled over 20 consumer-internet businesses.  During the early part of his career, he created performance-marketing platforms helping brands as diverse as Walt Disney World, Proctor & Gamble and The Gap adapt to the rapidly changing digital media strategies available in the internet world. ➡️ Show Links https://twitter.com/davelfink/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/davidlfink/  ➡️ Podcast Sponsors HUBSPOT - https://hubspot.com/ SWAG - https://swag.com/success (Promo Code: Success10) ➡️ Talking Points⁣ 00:00 - Intro 02:16 - Dave Fink's origin story 04:40 - Was Dave part of the Dollar Shave Club? 07:06 - When did Dave start working in an environment with different companies? 10:55 - How does Dave Fink choose the category or decide where to go next? 15:32 - What is meant by creating a category? 21:10 - How important is experience in a category for success? 30:24 - Dave's laydown on Postie and what he is doing with it? 31:52 - What space or void is Postie filling for a marketer? 37:30 - How to track a product through direct mail 39:10 - What is the B2B focus tool? 41:31 - How does Postie work with different tools? 42:34 - How do you win modern marketing through social media? 48:56 - How do you combat, while still maintaining effectiveness, when the consumer is not sharing data? 54:03 - What is the future of marketing and how can people connect with Dave? 55:00 - The biggest challenge Dave has ever faced in his personal or professional life 57:14 - Who has been a mentor to Dave Fink? 59:23 - A book or podcast recommended by Dave Fink 1:02:27 - What would Dave tell his 20-year-old self? 1:02:56 - What does success mean to Dave Fink? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Duluth News Tribune Minute
Proctor man sentenced after fatal OD

Duluth News Tribune Minute

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 5:54


Here's a look at the top headlines from around the Northland for Thursday, June 30, 2022.  The Duluth News Tribune Minute is a product of Forum Communications Company and is brought to you by reporters at the Duluth News Tribune, Superior Telegram and Cloquet Pine Journal. Find more news throughout the day at duluthnewstribune.com. If you enjoy this podcast, please consider supporting our work with a subscription at duluthnewstribune.news/podcast. Your support allows us to continue providing the local news and content you want.

Duluth News Tribune Minute
Proctor man sentenced after fatal OD

Duluth News Tribune Minute

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 5:51


Here's a look at the top headlines from around the Northland for Thursday, June 30, 2022.  The Duluth News Tribune Minute is a product of Forum Communications Company and is brought to you by reporters at the Duluth News Tribune, Superior Telegram and Cloquet Pine Journal. Find more news throughout the day at duluthnewstribune.com. If you enjoy this podcast, please consider supporting our work with a subscription at duluthnewstribune.news/podcast. Your support allows us to continue providing the local news and content you want.

Miller and Condon on KXnO
Ken's back, Wes Johnson from the Twins to LSU, new Big 12 commish, Bill Bender talks college football & Kadyn Proctor intel

Miller and Condon on KXnO

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 46:29


Ken's back, Wes Johnson from the Twins to LSU, new Big 12 commish, Bill Bender talks college football & Kadyn Proctor intel

Washed Up Walkons
Did Iowa Find An NIL Stash? | WUW 327

Washed Up Walkons

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 43:03


Kevin works late, and Drake ditches the podcast for something called Tight End University, so Kluver is left to fend for himself. Luckily friend of the Show David Eickholt hops on to save the day, and the 2 get into some relevant recruiting news, which young guys can play early, and the chances Iowa lands a big fish close to home.

Murph and Andy
The Iowa Wave Song, THE Ohio State, Kaydin Proctor, and More - Wednesday Hour 1

Murph and Andy

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 44:37


The Iowa Wave Song, THE Ohio State, Kaydin Proctor, and More - Wednesday Hour 1

X Factor Roping Podcast
#71 Coleman Proctor

X Factor Roping Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 66:53 Very Popular


We had the pleasure of 6X NFR Qualifier Coleman Proctor stopping by and doing some instructional videos and a "Rundown" episode which led to an impromptu podcast that checks ALL the boxes! You may have seen Coleman's "Toter Tales" on social media and have a great idea of how entertaining and at the same time enlightening Coleman can be! In this podcast, he goes over his roping career and how he juggles being a father, going to college and peppering in some VERY good stories from the rodeo trail! P.S.- Coleman is coming out with his very own podcast! Be sure to follow him on social media for his "Toter Tuesday" Vlogs and more info on his upcoming podcast release! https://www.facebook.com/ColemanProctorTeamRoping

Design Better Podcast
Dr. Sian Proctor: Building common languages

Design Better Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 27:29 Very Popular


If you're looking for an inspiring human being, it would be hard to beat Dr. Sian Proctor. Dr. Proctor is a geoscientist, and also an artist and poet who uses her afro-futurist space art to encourage conversations about women of color in the space industry. For 21 years, she taught geology, sustainability, and planetary science. She also happens to be an astronaut(!), and was the mission pilot for the Inspiration4 all-civilian orbital mission to space. Her call sign “Leo” was eaned from her crewmates, who consider her a modern-day Rennaisance woman in the mold of Leonardo DaVinci. This special episode of the Design Better Podcast was recorded at an internal event for InVision, where we brought Dr.Proctor in to speak to our team. After her inspiring presentation, we had the chance to interview her, and we spoke about topics ranging from imposter syndrome, to learning to speak the language of your collaborators, to the natural synthesis between art and science. Bio Dr. Proctor is a geoscientist, explorer, space artist, and astronaut. She is the mission pilot for the Inspiration4 all-civilian orbital mission to space. She is also one of The Explorer's Club 50: Fifty People Changing the World. Her motto is called Space2inspire where she encourages people to use their unique, one-of-a-kind strengths, and passion to inspire those within their reach and beyond. She believes that we need to actively strive for a J.E.D.I. space: a just, equitable, diverse, and inclusive space as we advance human spaceflight. Dr. Proctor spent 21 years as a professor teaching geology, sustainability, and planetary science at South Mountain Community College, Phoenix, Arizona. She is currently the Open Educations Resource Coordinator for the Maricopa Community College District. She has a B.S. in Environmental Science, an M.S. in Geology, and a Ph.D. in Curriculum and Instruction: Science Education. She recently finished a sabbatical at Arizona State University's Center for Education Through Exploration creating virtual field trips. She did her 2012-13 sabbatical at the Federal Emergency Management Agency's (FEMA) Emergency Management Institute developing their science of disasters curriculum. She has appeared in multiple international science shows and is currently on A World Without NASA and Strange Evidence. You can follow her on social media @DrSianProctor.