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Inside Lacrosse Podcasts
5/13 D-Fly & Dixie: Mangia! with Harvard's Gerry Byrne

Inside Lacrosse Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 97:16


This week, D-Fly & Dixie present your guide for the first round of the NCAA Division I Men's Lacrosse Tournament, one of our favorite episodes of the year. Definitely the longest. The show begins with some thoughts on the tournament field and reactions to Selection Sunday. Both Dan and Mark get a chance to rant a bit, and it's quite healing.  They then review both Vermont and Delaware's victories in the mid-week NCAA play-in games before getting into the game previews. Eight games on tap. Four each day. All available on ESPNU. This week's guest is Harvard head coach, Gerry Byrne. In his first full season at the helm in Cambridge, Byrne and the Crimson earned an at-large berth and are preparing to face Rutgers on Sunday. The guys cover Harvard's lost season, building culture with a young, inexperienced group, the surprising dominance of the Ivy League in 2022, earning a bid at the possible expense of his old team, Harvard's team leaders, game planning for Rutgers, Boston's food scene and music documentaries. In an Italian restaurant-inspired Give & Go, the fellas provide a definitive ranking of the very best pastas. Mangia!

On The Banks Podcast
Episode 138: Rutgers Men's Lax NCAA Tournament Preview

On The Banks Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 28:42


Rutgers Men's Lacrosse is back in the NCAA Tournament! The Scarlet Knights host Harvard at 5 pm on Sunday at Yurcak Field as they look to advance and keep their season going. Aaron Breitman is joined by head coach Brian Brecht and captain Ryan Gallagher to preview the game and discuss the 2022 season! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

On The Banks Podcast
Episode 137: Rutgers Women's Lax NCAA Tournament Preview

On The Banks Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 28:02


Rutgers Women's Lacrosse is back in the NCAA Tournament! The Scarlet Knights take on Saint Joseph's on Friday at 5:30 p.m. ET as they look to advance and keep their season going. Aaron Breitman is joined by head coach Melissa Lehman, as well as star Meghan Ball to preview the game and discuss the 2022 season! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Working Capital The Real Estate Podcast
Finance to Real Estate with Ben Lapidus | EP103

Working Capital The Real Estate Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 37:56


Ben Lapidus is a partner and Chief Financial Officer for Spartan Investment Group LLC, where he has applied his finance and business development skills to construct a portfolio of over $300M assets under management from scratch, build the corporate finance backbone for the organization, and organized over $100M of debt capital from the firm. Ben is also a co-founder and host of the Best Ever Conference and the managing partner of Indigo Ownerships LLC, where he sponsored 40+ single family and multifamily Real estate transactions. In this episode we talked about: * Ben's  Bio & Background * Spartan Investment Group  * First Steps in Real Estate Space * Transition from Single Family Houses to Real Big Deals * Best Ever Conference Evolution and Partnership * First Deal Details * Money or Wisdom? * Building a Team * Risk Navigation * Real Estate Market Outlook * Mentorship, Resources and Lessons Learned Useful links: Carlo Rovelli books Ben@spartan-investors.com Transcriptions: Jesse (0s): Welcome to the working capital real estate podcast. My name is Jesper galley. And on this show, we discuss all things real estate with investors and experts in a variety of industries that impact real estate. Whether you're looking at your first investment or raising your first fund, join me and let's build that portfolio one square foot at a time. Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to working capital the real estate podcast. My guest today is Ben Lapidus. Ben is a partner and chief financial officer for Spartan investment group, LLC, where he has applied his finance and business development skills to acquire the company's current portfolio, build the corporate finance backbone for the firm and organize hundreds of million dollars of debt capital.   Ben is also the founder and host of the nation, the national best ever real estate investing conference and managing partner of indigo ownerships, LLC, where he sponsored 40 plus single family and multifamily real estate transactions. Ben, how you doing today?   Ben (56s): Doing awesome. Thanks for having Jesse.   Jesse (58s): Well, thanks for coming on. And before we jump into kind of the background and where you're working right now, for those that don't know, I think a lot of our listeners do know, but the best ever real estate investing conference, can you just let listeners know what you did the best ever? I guess it's now not just a conference, it's kind of a whole company in general, but if you could just let listeners that don't know what that is. Just kind of give a little bit of a bio there.   Ben (1m 20s): Yeah. The best ever conference it's turned into a world and an experience, a Disneyland, all of its own for real estate investors. It brings together over 1500 real estate investors, syndicators and operators. Every year. It matches over half a billion of unplaced capital and over 50 billion of assets under management from active operators, 96% of attendees have done at least one commercial deal in the last six months. So it's a really frothy, active community. If people come together at the beginning of every year to learn about what's ahead in the economic conditions to network with each other, learn from each other, get deals done and party with each other.   It's an awesome time.   Jesse (1m 53s): That's awesome. So the, the last one that you had, when was that and where was it?   Ben (1m 58s): Yeah, it was in February this year, 2022 in Denver, Colorado, as it's been for the last six years, we are picking up our roots and next year it's gonna be March 8th through 10th in salt lake city, first time outside of Denver.   Jesse (2m 11s): Awesome. That's great. Well, thanks for coming on. Like I said, at the outset, so you, in your current role right now, our CFO of Spartan investment group and what are you guys typically doing there? I think we talked a little bit before the show and I've listened to you on other podcasts, but a lot of it correct me if I'm wrong is self storage syndication. Is there a multi-family as well in that what's that company all about?   Ben (2m 34s): Yeah. So we started off as an opportunity to stick commercial real estate investor, meaning that we were more into the business of real estate. Then we will set class. However, we found ourselves through a very intentional decision making process, being proactive as opposed to reactive with self storage assets. So along the way, we did pick up some workforce housing in RV camps. Specifically, we have some retail, we have some industrial, but that's all minor compared to our growing self storage portfolio. At this stage, with that half a billion assets under management self storage is our main focus.   It just so happens that where we buy what we buy typically conveys with other types of asset classes, we've owned a carwash before as an example. So yeah,   Jesse (3m 15s): I was just watching the last season of breaking bad. So the carwash, the carwash aspect of it, it's funny because I'll, I'll look out on like different cash businesses that are tangentially related to real estate and car washes and laundromats seem to come up time and time again.   Ben (3m 30s): Yeah.   Jesse (3m 31s): So you, you did when you're in school, you're at Rutgers finance and economics. Take us back for, from that time in your life and going into what you're doing right now. Was it a fairly logical step to go into real estate? How did you move into the space?   Ben (3m 47s): Yeah, no, not at all. Do you want you all to short the 32nd answer Jesse or the three minute answer   Jesse (3m 51s): You can give the three minute answer. All   Ben (3m 53s): Right. All right. Cool. So yeah, Rutgers, I went into finance thinking that I was going to be an investment banker or some other type of front office wall street, Jackie, you know, I grew up in north Jersey. So I thought that was the only path laid out for me that came to a head in 2009. I had offers from Goldman Sachs and Citibank and crap. I can't even roll UBS. And then 2009 happened and they all disappeared. And the only thing that was left was Barclays capital just bought Lehman brothers. So I went to go work for their fixed income business, doing credit, exotic credit derivatives as an intern.   I still hadn't finished school yet and found out that that life was not for me. It was not fun. And I tried every which way to try to make it fun. I shadowed wealth management, I'd shadowed FX and commodities and equities and research, both debt and equity, investment banking. I shadowed every type of front office investment banking job I could find. And I could not find any place that I enjoyed outside of the quantitative aspects. I didn't enjoy the culture. I didn't love the significance of the work.   So I quit. And I went and started the study abroad company in Costa Rica, which has a huge about face. I'll just kind of gloss. Over that three years later, we were doing $2 million a year in revenue, bringing environmental engineering, renewable energy engineering students from 10 different countries, 80 different universities to Costa Rica to learn about sustainability, renewable energy engineering. We were doing about $2 million a year in revenue until hormones and ego got in the way things fell apart. And I had to move on. So I took my winnings, my small winnings from that business, got myself a job in ad tech where I learned about big data.   And along the way, started investing in single family houses. The company that I worked for was one of the very first unicorns a decade ago, and it made a lot of VPs close to me millionaires overnight when it IPO at six months after I started. And so they heard about what I was doing. He started throwing cash at me. I started accidentally syndicating when I was 23, 24 years old, and I acquired several million dollars, a single family multifamily real estate. I took my net worth from 800 bucks to half a million dollars using other people's money in about two years, which was an accident, but it was hugely meaningful because I was able to take that net worth balance sheet and start doing significant things with it.   So when I realized that I was talented at real estate components of it, not all things real estate, certainly just components of it. And I met my wife and I wanted to leave the city to move out to Denver. I knew that the work that I had built up in ad tech was not going to last in this city. And so I wanted to commit myself to what I was good at, which was this real estate investing world. So in 2016, I started the best ever conference to make a name for myself by way of that, I found my current business partners and the three of us have built a awesome self storage syndication and development engine.   That is smart enough, I believe to navigate the world to have   Jesse (6m 37s): So not dissimilar from a lot of people that get into real estate. Usually typically not a straightforward path as sounds like some somewhat similar here. How was that transition from going and being into the world of single family housing to actually doing larger deals? Was there one thing that led to another in terms of it was one big deal, one opportunity, or was that a process that kind of developed over time?   Ben (6m 59s): Yeah, I would say it was a light switch, which is, there is no path to commercial real estate. There is no barrier to entry, artificial or preexisting barrier to entry. The barrier to entry is artificial and it's in your mindset. So I, I had acquired for single families when I had a buddy at my work when I was 22, 23 years old, it was like, Hey, I have a friend that's doing a skill share class here in New York city about how to buy a $7 million building for $15,000. I was like, that's a catchy title. I'm going to check that out. This is back in the day when Skillshare was in person, like it wasn't digital is like their early business model.   So I went and I was one of like five other people. And the guy giving that class was Joe Fairless in 2012. If you're familiar with Joe Fairless has got one of the top three podcasts in commercial real estate investing due to acquired a 2 billion multifamily portfolio in the last five, five or six years, he's got an awesome business. And so I took that class and the one thing that I walked away from it was, oh, I can go do this right now. I don't have to build up to this. There's no difference in figuring this out versus what I've already done other than scale. That's the only thing. And I can scale. I have that. I have that, you know, confidence that's typically associated with white men who haven't had any adversity presented to them.   I, I can figure this out. So that's, that's what I took away from that interaction. And Joe and I have become good friends. We started the best ever conference together in, in 2016. So that, that was the biggest thing was just that mindset switch.   Jesse (8m 21s): So for, I mean, there'll be a number of listeners that know what the best ever is or best ever conference. How did that partnership? You said there was two other partners. So yourself with Joe, you know, I remember seeing the YouTube videos years ago. So I was curious what started first? Was it the conference that started first? Was it the, the content that was uploaded to social media? How did that kind of become what it is today? Cause it's, it's massive today.   Ben (8m 47s): Yeah. So let me clarify. I've got two partners in Spartan investment group that have nothing to do with best ever conference. The three of us run smart investment group best ever as a is a hundred percent owned by Joe Fairless. We, he started that in 2013. The very first thing was the podcast and the podcast was the nucleus of his entire economic engine in all of the values. He supplies that the community and, and other investors from that, we had been friends since 2012. When I moved to Denver, I said, Hey, Joe, you've got this podcast, you've got this blossoming syndication business.   I'm trying to make a splash for myself. I've got this experience running study abroad companies. I can, I can build good event experiences. So we decided to marry it together. It's his brand, but specifically on the conference, we, we run that together. So the, the podcast for Joe came first for me, the conference came first for both of us. The thought leadership platforms came before the successful syndication company. Joe found his partner at Ashcroft capital because of a direct result of all the work he had been doing prior to meeting his partner and same for myself.   Jesse (9m 51s): So for yourself and your two other partners in your current business, what, I'm the first deal that you did, where you had to, it wasn't bootstrapped and you had to raise outside capital or syndicate the deal. What did that deal look like? And you know, w what was the, you know, high-level details of that, that first deal?   Ben (10m 7s): It was awful. I was 24 years old. It was 2000 late, late 2013, close early 2014. I pursued a 34 unit 38 unit $1.3 million building in Richmond, Virginia, not even a building. It was five buildings on five separate parcels, not all contiguous, which made the lending environment very gnarly. As for my first deal. I had a lot of expectations that did not turn out to be reality. And I was definitely one of those frustrated, entitled young millennials, trying to try to get my cash.   The syndication process was interesting. I learned that when you ask for wisdom, you get money. When you ask for money, you get wisdom. That was pretty cool to learn about that, but I successfully raised all of the cash for that first, for that first deal. And I learned that I'm really good at real estate transactions, capital markets, underwriting, feasibility, due diligence. And I turned what was a decent deal, not an extraordinary deal, but a decent deal into a bad outcome because I'm not a great operator. At least I wasn't a great operator. I don't really like kind of using these identity claims that last forever at the time, I wasn't a good operator.   I wasn't great at construction management. I wasn't great at property management and I didn't put enough energy into asset management to kind of cover over those deficiencies. I didn't have a team. I didn't have a business. I was just doing a hustle on the side of a full-time job with another side hustle business along the way. So I made lots of mistakes and I was lucky, frankly, not skilled at getting out of that investment three years later, where my investors got an annualized return, just shy of 7%. And I made nothing over the course of three years, all that work. And I made nothing, which was a great learning lesson, not as much of a learning lesson is when I lost hundreds of thousands of dollars of my investor money, which is a much better story, but that was a great lesson as to like, don't get yourself into something, unless you plan making money.   It was a great learning opportunity, but it didn't do much else other than send me to school.   Jesse (11m 58s): So I want to go into that second quotations, better story. But before you do, can you unpack a little bit of the ask for wisdom, get money, ask for money, get wisdom piece.   Ben (12m 7s): Yeah. Yeah. I think when you're, when you're young, especially, and you don't have a track record, right? A lot of people like to tell you how it is or how it's going to be. And so I think the best way to play into that when you are looking for something substantial, when you're trying to sell something, you're trying to, you're selling a security in exchange for cash, right? And that's the same thing as selling a widget in exchange for cash. You're trying to sell something when you are learning, you want to show that I've learned, you can play that youth card very, very well.   People like to invest in young people because they know that they're going to last a very long time. A, it makes people feel good that they can, they can drive the direction of somebody so young and somebody so impressionable. It it's, it's kinda like that fulfilling mentorship quality. So when you get an investor, I did not shy away from them. You know, wanting to feel like my mentors, even though I might have taken a lot of their wisdom with a grain of salt and, and not as substantially as they would've liked, but also they just like to share their wisdom and feel like they know what they're doing.   Even as the world is rapidly changing. What I've seen is that if you're out of something or not in something at all for the last five years, you're irrelevant. It doesn't matter how much experience you have. If you have 30 years experience and you retired five years ago, you have less experience than the person who's been doing it for the last two years, as far as I'm concerned, that being said, when you're young play that youth card. So people want to tell you where you're wrong and how you could do better. And there's a bit of an Oliver twist component to that. Like, thank you, sir. Can I have some more, can I have some more of your input, even if I'm not going to take it, can I just hear you out?   I want to know more about what you have to say, and when somebody shares a part of their wisdom, they're sharing a part of themselves, and now they're invested into what you're doing. So when you ask for wisdom, you are already getting an investment from that person. You're getting an investment of their time, their knowledge, their wisdom, their energy. And so you've already started that process of them saying yes, because they're already making that investment to you. When you come out of the gate saying here's a terrible deck that nobody has audited, and that has not gone through the, the, the, the cadence of 50 iterations of past failures.   You know, here's my first try. They're going to give you that wisdom, whether or not you like it. So you might as well ask for the wisdom as opposed to asking for the cash.   Jesse (14m 20s): No, that makes a lot of sense. And if you go back, so this story where you've lost hundreds of thousands, I'm always curious about this. Cause, you know, I'm not sure one of my favorite books in the last five years of me reading in the last five years, I think it came out probably 10 or 12 years ago was thinking fast and slow. Danny Kahneman and Tversky, where it was this idea of loss, aversion, you know, gaining 20 bucks versus losing five. The loss always is more amplified. So can you talk a little bit about that, that story of, you know, you, you lost hundreds, hundreds of thousands.   This was one deal.   Ben (14m 54s): It was a few, but it was one play that I was making. So I had gotten 40 50 cashflowing units under my belt. Let's say two thirds of the multi-family a third of them, single family, small, multi kin. And all of them were going well on average, I was cashflowing over 20% with 15 year mortgages, which is like impossible today. But back in 13, 14, 15, 16 was feasible if you bought, right. In fact, I should have just bought wrong and bought a lot more stuff back then. Cause it'd be worth so much more than what it is today, but the hubris set in, right.   You know, when you're in your mid twenties and you've done this well, 20, 30 times, you start to think you can do kind of anything and it must be you again. So I, I made a decision to invest in flips instead of cash flowing assets, which is the only thing that I'd been doing at the time. But it was just too slow. I was making a hundred, 200, $300 per month per unit. And it just felt like a very slow aggregation of wealth from a cash standpoint, I was doing great on my balance sheet, but my pocket book wasn't really fattening up too much. So I wanted to, I wanted to get into flipping cause I was getting jealous of people making 2050, a hundred thousand dollars margins on one house.   So I tried a couple out and I made 20, $30,000 margins on those couple, but I had done so in a way where I had identified a turnkey model where I outsourced basically everything acquisitions, con construction, leasing design, like everything, I'd outsource everything. And so I was like, all right, well, cool. Let me go raise a fund. Now that I've tried this out with my own money and go buy three, five of these at the same time, which I did. And I made acquisition mistakes. I just, I, I, I was in Chicago land in cook county specifically, which is one of the most corrupt places.   I had one house that they had me go through 13 certificate of occupancy inspections, all of which failed every time they came up with new something new that I had to do, even though it wasn't on the original list that they had presented. When I purchased the asset, I just, I didn't know how to navigate cook county. One of the most difficult bureaucracies in America, I, I ended up selling it without the certificate of occupancy for a hundred thousand dollars, less than I planned on a hun $250,000 estimated value. So it's like a significant percentage and I had put $30,000 more into it than I had anticipated.   So I lost 120, $130,000 on that one flip. I had another flip in the same area that I lost 15 grand on. I had another flip at the same time in Richmond, Virginia, that I lost 30 grand on all at the same time. So when you tally that up, it was over 150 grand. I had lost not only a hundred percent of the capital that I had raised from an equity position for that flip fund, which I was trying to scale up to five at a time until I realized very quickly I was terrible at this, but I had also had to throw my own money, another 60 grand into it that I lost. So I lost everybody else's money and my money along the way.   I think the, the thing that was formative for me in that experience was the decision that I was going to take one of the houses that I've worked so hard to pay down to zero and get a hilar on it. Fortunately, I had done that and not only pay off a hundred percent of the capital that I lost to my investors, which I didn't have to do because it was an equity position, not a deposition, but also an annualized eight and a half percent. So all of the investors at least got their money back and beat the S and P so that the taste in their mouth was left.   Very good, better than if I had just done well from the get go, because now I've proven, even when I don't have to, I'm going to find a way to do the right thing and what matters with a good operator, a good sponsor of a deal is how do they behave? How do they act in the trying times and the difficult times when the gamma risk, the environmental risk, which has nothing to do with the operator in this case? That was me. It was, I was, I was the problem, but when the environmental risk is it, it is making it so difficult to make the ask perform. How does the sponsor perform in those trying times, not what are they doing in the good times, or the easy times when they're riding the wave, but how are they behaving in those trying times?   That's what I learned through that experience.   Jesse (18m 52s): Yeah. I think it's part of the reason that there are investors right or wrong out there. There are investors that will only invest with people that have been through some sort of downturn, whether it's, you know, now that in 2022, whether it was a pandemic, oh 7 0 8, 2001, early nineties in commercial real estate. And, you know, the list goes on where they want to have some trial and tribulation. But I really like what you said earlier about the fact that somebody that has doing or is immersed in an environment could be legal, real estate accounting for the last two, three years is going to have more subject matter expertise than somebody that has been doing it for 30 years has been out of the game for 5, 6, 7 years.   It's not to discount the fact that that person has built up a great amount of knowledge over that time. But as you know, our businesses a month to month, quarter to quarter, sometimes obviously it's a longterm business, but you need to really be into the thick of the details of, of what's going on in the market and what, you know, what's happening and what's relevant as of today.   Ben (19m 47s): So   Jesse (19m 48s): In terms of that risk, that piece there, so that environmental risks, the, the aspect of controlling the controllables, just kind of leading into how you built your team up today, so that you can kind of not only ameliorate some of the external risks, but the risks as associated with the fact that you said you were certain aspects of the deal that you were very good at others, that you're not, you were not so good at what was the plate of there to learn to shore yourself up in other areas or to hire expertise in those areas.   Ben (20m 17s): Yeah. So, so for the sake of answering this question, let's get your listeners on the same page. When, when, when you study institutional commercial real estate investing, there's three types of risks that you learn about alpha beta and gamma. I always forget which one's, which, but one of them is, has, has to do with the deal itself conditions of the specific deal. The second is the conditions of those that control the investment, the team, the operator, the sponsor, and the third is, is those risks that you can't really control as in, in the environment, the economic conditions or whatever, like jurisdiction, legal bureaucracies, whatever it might be.   So we go through a lot of different risk mitigation strategies. One of them is called a pre-mortem, which is like a post-mortem, but you pretend like you've already failed. And you come up with all of the reasons why you failed and you kind of work backwards as to what caused those things. And then we look at what are the ways to mitigate each of those failures, each of those things that cause those failures, and sometimes you can't, sometimes you have to accept them. And there's different things that you can do with risk. You can mitigate the risk by doing something active, to make that risk lessened or gone away all altogether.   And if it's gone away altogether, that's called eliminating the risk. You can also transfer the risk. You can hire somebody that can take on that risk for you. That's like hiring a securities attorney to put, put your PPM together so that you don't have securities risk. Your attorney has securities risk. We've transferred the risk in exchange for feet. The last thing you can do is you can accept that risk mitigate, eliminate transfer accept, and you can accept that risk. That's the whole point of doing your due diligence and having an underwriting file. And underwriting file is your best guest estimation of what risks might be costly to you that could cause volatility to your target returns.   When you accept those risks, it's fine to accept the risk. Just what is the, the, the, the, the spectrum of costs associated with that risk that could affect your returns. If you are aware of those risks, you package them into your underwriting and you make them transparent to your investor community. Then what's the harm in the risk being there altogether. In fact, the risk is really what brings opportunity. We shouldn't be afraid of the risk, right? We should be looking for that risk. As long as we have the rains to tame that bull, we should be looking for that risk as much as possible.   Jesse (22m 30s): So if you'd give a couple examples or say there's a couple items, so CapEx reserve, for instance, the idea of actually keeping a certain amount of capital for longer term expenses, as one say, risk mitigation tool. And then another being, let's just say, going with fixed rate, a fixed rate debt for one of your investments. So you would categorize those and you would figure out which type, which type of risk that is first of all, trying to mitigate, and what is it actually doing? So for instance, if we take fixed, you know, if we take fixed debt, you're basically saying at that point, we have the ability to have less volatility into, into our debt payments at a price, usually a higher rate.   And that would be in this case, you wouldn't be, well, I guess you would be eliminating the risk for a period of time. Is that how the kind of the framework that you would look at?   Ben (23m 22s): We, we would, we would work. We would work it a little bit more downstream from there and go backwards. So we would start with the failure. The failure would be, we are not able to hit our target returns, why debt service was higher than we expected. Why? Because interest rates went up and we got a floating rate loan. Okay. How do we either mitigate, eliminate or transfer that risk if we don't want to accept it? Well, we mitigate it by not getting a floating rate loan. We get a fixed rate loan that would be eliminating the risk altogether. We call that interest rate risk.   The other thing that we could do is we could purchase an interest rate cap. So three months ago, interest rate caps were affordable for two or three years. Now they're not. So interest rate caps are just not really a economically feasible thing to do. So that's not an option anymore. The, so here's an example. We just locked in a two 60 Sofer spread on, on a, on a loan, which with a 40 basis point floor. So it's at 3% basically today. And it will be at 3% probably until we get like more than an eighth of a point hike going on, but it's definitely gonna go up.   However, we're looking at alternatives that put our fixed rates anywhere from 4.75 to 5.5, which is much higher than it was a year or two ago. So the fact that we get to start with 3% with interest only into perpetuity, with limited recourse, with all of these other benefits, there's no interest rate cap requirements. There's no lock box. There's all these other things that are soft costs that investors just don't care about, but make it easier to operate the actual deal, because you're not focused on the administration of the nonsense that these institutional banks require.   Even though we've got floating rate interest rate risks, we're starting at 3%, which is two and a half percent of our, of our fixed rate alternative. And even if the interest rate goes above what we anticipated it to be, we've got two, three, I don't know, 12 months, 18 months, pick your, pick your prediction of having a benefit of however much cashflow along the way. So we're okay with our floating interest rate going above our fixed rate in month, 18 or month 36, or month 40, whatever it might be, however long it takes to get there because our best economic predictions and our model suggests that rates will come back down.   Eventually just will take three years, five years, six years. We're not sure, but we can go up as high as four more points. And we are satisfied with how bad things can get. Now, if we go up more than four points, we might be in a little bit of trouble, but I think a lot of folks would be in a lot of trouble, which is not a good way to, to, to, to say like, that's okay. A lot of folks are going to be in trouble, but we also have a very low debt ratio. So we're, we're comfortable that we can pay off a significant percentage of the debt to make it more, make it more palatable. If it does go up four points, it just wouldn't be ideal, but it's manageable.   Jesse (25m 60s): Yeah. No, that makes sense. So if we move over to the investor relations side of your business, what you have created today, is this more of an asset specific type of syndication that you, that you typically do? Or is this a fund model where you're having people come in and come out on a regular basis?   Ben (26m 17s): Yeah. So up until last month, it was, you get to pick your, the placement of your, of your capital. Here's one deal. You can invest into it. Here's another offering. It's a separate deal. You can invest into it. It would be based off of our acquisitions pipeline. So if we were buying a four property portfolio, we were selling securities for that for property portfolio. If we were buying one one-off investment location address, you'd be, we'd be selling a security to invest in that one deal. Today, we have produced the amount of demand for the investment vehicle and have a enough verifiable deal flow that we are comfortable with the fund.   And so we now offer a fund.   Jesse (26m 55s): Hmm. Yeah. And it seems like a logical transition for most individuals. But I find that there are, you know, you talk to investors, even listeners on the, the podcast where they were, that person that had that full-time job and kind of side hustling, even on the syndication side where you're trying to figure out where's that inflection point where you move, you leave the current job you're having, and you can do this. Full-time because it's usually from my experience, it's not like one perfect. Oh, here's the deal. That's big enough for me to leave everything. It's always a, it's always a question mark. And it's a uncomfortable decision that people do make if they do make it at that point.   Ben (27m 30s): Yeah. So it was the question like, when is it the right time to   Jesse (27m 33s): When I mean, I, my, my gut always says, it's never really the right time. It's you make a decision with the best facts that you have, but what would you answer if, you know, if somebody is out there asking, saying I have what you had back a few years back where they're trying to figure out, I want to go this way with my life. I want to actually go into the investment side of it and leave the day job, but trying to figure out what, when the right time is.   Ben (27m 57s): Yeah. I, I think to your, to your point, I think everybody's position is different. Circumstances are different. And I don't want to dictate, you know, if you have three kids versus zero kids, you're in a completely different life situation, right? So your calculus, your cost benefit analysis is going to be different, but high level, I've got two different answers. Number one, I don't believe in the burn, your boat mentality, where, you know, you burn your boat, you put your back up against the wall and you'll figure a way to fight it out. In fact, I think it's different. I think Hungary's make bad decisions. So there's a little sound for you. It don't burn your boat. Hungary's make bad decisions.   When you get hungry, you start to flail and you start to get a little bit erratic. And at least for me, when somebody said that, I was like, heck yeah, that's what I've had. That's, that's how I've behaved. When I've gotten hungry. You know, I like bought into this burn, your boat mentality. I started to make bad decisions. I started to think in the short term, not in the longterm and I wasn't playing a chess. I was playing checkers. You know, I was like trying to win today, not tomorrow. On the other hand, if you've created something comfortable enough, the idea that managing both is, is supplementing yours or your family's income.   I think it could be faulty. So if you're able to produce enough that you're not going to be hungry when you burn your boat, your W2, I think that the mental load of the distraction in and of itself is enough to limit your creativity, to limit your capacity, your bandwidth, to be more and to do more. So, but all three of us, when we got started, you know, I had a New York city gig that I had gotten to be pretty well-refined. I was only putting in like 10 hours a week into it out here in Denver, Colorado, another partner, you know, flies for an airline.   And so he's able to just like request leave. I mean, he's still like on payroll, you know, he hasn't, he like flies once a quarter, you know what I mean? And then the third guy worked for the government and the government is pretty inefficient. He was able to fly under the radar two hours a week. But for two out of the three of us, we realized that the mental load alone, not the hours committed, but the mental load alone, the distraction, the requirement of having to give yourself to somebody else at a moment's notice in exchange for paying, spending time with the people that you're collaborating with to build this thing is not worth the income.   Yes, you will be taking a step back today, but the potential of where you'll be three years from now is so much more valuable.   Jesse (30m 16s): Yeah. I couldn't agree with that more. It is interesting. And, and kind of eyeopening that when you're talking, especially when you're raising outside capital, that when something happens, you literally drop everything mentally and, and usually physically as well. But it is definitely a tool that even in my business, you know, we have clients that are pretty active and demanding, but brokerage, same thing. That's I don't think that it's the same amount of kind of mental, the mental workout you get when something really crazy happens with the investing side and you have to attend to it. So I couldn't agree with that more.   I want to be mindful of the time Ben, we have four questions. We ask every guest that comes on the kind of rapid fire. But before we get there, I ask every guest, when we come to the end here is just kind of your general outlook right now at the market. We're coming into a new year. Hopefully we're past fingers, crossed some, some pretty tumultuous times that we've had in the last 24 months. What's your general philosophy or outlook for the short to midterm? You know, whether that's opportunities you're seeing, or just generally what your thoughts are on where we're headed.   Ben (31m 15s): Yeah. It's a complicated question because it depends on where you're what asset class you're in, what your, your investment thesis is. But, you know, I like, we just had Spencer levy, who's the, it's got another title, but I'm gonna call them the global chief economist of, of CVRE, just present at, at both best ever conference. And to my company's part, investment group to the whole team. And, you know, he's all over the place. When you ask him economics based questions, he's got answers for everything, but they, they they're all over the place. So in storage, I'm just gonna speak to storage. If that's all right and storage, there's still lots of opportunity.   And, and I will explain why the first is, is everybody's scared of two things, inflation and interest rate risk inflation has more of an impact on pre negotiated contracts that lasts a lot longer. So if you've got a retail lease, that's five years with 3% packaged increases, but rate of inflation is 10%. You're going backwards by 7%, every year locked in for five years, right? You've got a multifamily contract that lasts 12 months for a lease, but inflation is going up by 1% every month.   The value of that contract is being diluted by 1%. Every month, self storage is a month to month situation. So we can change our rents whenever we want, even if we just changed them last month might not be beneficial from a business operation standpoint, but from a, a pricing elasticity standpoint, it's one of the most beneficial asset classes to be in to hedge inflation. All asset classes typically end up catching up with interest rates eventually because inflation is, is, is linked to interest rates and inflation pushes rents up, right? Like in theory, w there's more wages as a result of inflation, people have more money.   The price of goods goes up. The price of services goes up. The price of rent goes up. So it's just a matter of how fast prices adjust relative to interest. We see self storage adjusting much faster than industrial office retail and even multifamily. So that's our, that's my, my soapbox on inflation on the interest rate side, I think as long as your spreads between interest rate and cap rates still make sense, there's a play. So in retail, retail is not down for the count. Retail has a lot of opportunity and they're trading at 7%. Now there's a lot of lenders that won't lend on retail, but if you can find the debt at five, five and a half percent, there's a spread there.   So in self storage, when we've, when we got started, we were in the six, six and a quarter six and a half percent cap rate, which is, sounds really juicy today. Now we're looking at cap rates in the four, four and a half, sometimes 5% range. And when interest rates were at three and a half, 4%, there was spread. Now that the interest rates are at five, five and a quarter five and a half, sometimes under five, there's no spread. So how do you make that work? And we're starting to answer that question. Well, we're getting more aggressive with our rent growth assumptions because of inflation. We're looking at cap rate compression, but there's only so much risk you want to take on in the aggression aggressiveness of your underwriting model.   So we're, we're starting to look for other strategies. We have not paid as much attention to raw land development. Even though we have that capacity, we've done it a few times. We've never done a conversion at Spartan investment group, but there's more margin in those things. And the short term interest rates are still attractive enough in this very, very small window of time that we can make that work until we start to see things plateau. And we can figure out where, how, if, how cap rates are going to adjust relative to interest rates to see if that spread comes back. I don't   Jesse (34m 32s): Know. Yeah, no, that's a long   Ben (34m 34s): Winded answer.   Jesse (34m 35s): Yeah, that's pretty tight. Okay. So four questions. I'll kick it off right now. What is one book or resource that you could recommend for listeners that, that you've been recommending recently?   Ben (34m 46s): Everybody's talks about real estate economics business books. So I'm going to throw something else out there because I think the best investors have like a very, very they're Renaissance, men and women. So I'm going to go with the order of time by Carlo Rovelli. He is a gravitational loop theorist, and he makes physics accessible to the layman, the boundaries of physics. And I think that studying physics helps widen the creativity and the capability of an investor's mindset.   Jesse (35m 10s): That's great. I haven't heard about that. One. Love the topic though. Big Brian Green fan. Okay. So what would you tell a younger individual that's trying to get into the industry, whether it's specifically on the investment side or just real estate in general, what would be some advice you'd give them from just a mentorship perspective?   Ben (35m 32s): It depends. It depends on who they are, what they've asked me, where they're, where they're at in their life, but collaboration, beats competition. Don't try to be a hero. Don't try to be something that you're not embellish yourself, put yourself out there, have hubris, but don't let others tell you how it is either. You can recreate everything. Don't assume that just because people have doctorates or pilot certifications that they know what the heck they're doing, everybody has an adult has imposter syndrome. Everybody's figuring out their lives because if they weren't, they would get bored and they would quit.   So if they're engaged in what they do, it means that they're also figuring out what they do. So don't be intimidated, but also have a humility and learn. I don't know, here we go.   Jesse (36m 18s): There's usually a couple answers for this, but if one sticks out in your head, something that you didn't know when you first got into our industry, that you know now, and you know, you'd like to share with your younger self or again, people that are, that are breaking into the investment side of our business,   Ben (36m 34s): The investment side of our business, be intentional about your investment thesis experiment with it upfront. And then once you find something that works, eliminate all the distractions and go all in.   Jesse (36m 46s): All right, last question. This might be a, a wasted one if you're in New York for a long period of time, but a first car make and model   Ben (36m 53s): First car, man, I don't know. My car is a Ford Taurus. Is that a thing?   Jesse (37m 0s): That is a thing that, that was my family car growing up. That was our drive to Florida car for 20 hours trip. Awesome. Well, Ben, for those that would kind of want to reach out or connect with you aside from a Google search, where would you point them to?   Ben (37m 16s): Yeah, you can reach me at Ben at Spartan, hyphen investors.com.   Jesse (37m 21s): My guest today has been Ben Lapidus. Ben, thanks for being part of working capital.   Ben (37m 25s): Awesome. Thanks Jesse.   Jesse (37m 34s): Thank you so much for listening to working capital the real estate podcast. I'm your host, Jesse for galley. If you liked the episode, head on to iTunes and leave us a five star review and share on social media, it really helps us out. If you have any questions, feel free to reach out to me on Instagram, Jesse for galley, F R a G a L E, have a good one. Take care.  

College Sports Insider with Jack Ford
SOCIAL SERIES: Name, Image & Likeness Guidance

College Sports Insider with Jack Ford

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 29:10


Andy Katz discusses the recently issued guidance on NIL and recruiting activities with Lynda Tealer, executive associate athletics director at Florida and Ryan Cassidy, a former football player at Rutgers. Tealer also chairs the Division I NIL Task Force and Cassidy is a member of the Division I Board of Directors.

10% Happier with Dan Harris
340: The Science of Hope | Jacqueline Mattis

10% Happier with Dan Harris

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 69:15


How does hope work? In this episode from the archives, Rutgers University clinical psychologist Dr. Jacqueline Mattis discusses hope from a scientific perspective and how we can cultivate it. Dr. Mattis, who is also a Dean of faculty at Rutgers, did not start her career wanting to study hope. She started out studying spirituality and religiosity, specifically concentrating her field work and interviews in African-American and Afri-Caribbean urban communities. She wanted to know why people living under high stress conditions so often choose to be good and compassionate. And that research ultimately led her to hope.In this episode we talk about: How her family history influenced her relationship to optimism and faith The difference between spirituality and religiosity The benefits of hope and skills to cultivate itThe ways hope can go wrongAnd the benefits of denialFull Shownotes: https://www.tenpercent.com/podcast-episode/jacqueline-mattis-340-repostSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Dr. Duke Show
Ep. 697 – Graphic Sex Ed Video Company Partners With Rutgers To Teach Kids About Sexuality

Dr. Duke Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 22:58


On this episode of the “Dr. Duke Show” we start at Rutgers University, where a partnership has been formed with a group famous for producing animations about graphic sex topics for kids. What they are partnering for is disturbing.

Rebuilding Rutgers
Recapping Rutgers spring game, future of women's hoops after C. Vivian Stringer

Rebuilding Rutgers

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 44:16


There's a new writer on the Rutgers beat for NJ Advance Media. Pat Lanni joins host Steve Politi and Brian Fonseca for the first time to recap the Rutgers football spring game, catch up on C. Vivian Stringer's retirement/the subsequent coaching search and the offseason activity of the men's basketball program. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Identity/Crisis
How Jews Talk About Abortion (Re-Release)

Identity/Crisis

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 37:18


Last week’s leaked Supreme Court majority opinion draft which would overturn Roe v Wade, portends a seismic shift in abortion legislation. Six months ago, Michal Raucher, assistant professor of Jewish studies at Rutgers and an expert in Judaism and gender, joined Yehuda Kurtzer, to discuss how we should and shouldn't conduct the abortion debate as Jews, with an eye, not just to the American conversation, but also looking at reproductive rights and reproductive justice. We're proud of that episode. It's timely, and we're bringing it back today to help you think about the big Jewish ideas around this important issue.

Maryland Baseball Network Podcast
Highlights: #18 Maryland at Rutgers (Game 3) | 5-9-22

Maryland Baseball Network Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 3:33


Highlights: #18 Maryland at Rutgers (Game 3) | 5-9-22 by Maryland Baseball Network

Sports Wagon Podcast
Episode 150: Salute to a Legend

Sports Wagon Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 46:41


Horse Racing Recap of the 148th Kentucky Derby NBA Playoff scores and schedule MVP recipient announced Recap of the major NBA award winners NHL Stanley Cup playoff scores and schedule Auto Racing Result from the Goodyear 400 race NASCAR point standings Next week in NASCAR Indianapolis 500 starts practice College Football Update on Emory Jones' transfer from Florida College Lacrosse NCAA tournament field announced Golf Wells Fargo Championship concluded on Sunday Byron Nelson Classic this week PGA Championship upcoming Men's College Basketball RIP Adreian Payne WNBA What did we learn from the opening weekend of action? Women's College Basketball Last of the Maryland trio of transfers commits to new school C. Vivian Stringer retires at Rutgers. Who are possible candidates to replace the legend? Show intro/interlude music by DJ Cam One: Twitter/Instagram #dj_cam_one #mysteryismusic DJ Cam One's label: Mysteryismusic.com Mysterysoundrecordings.bandcamp.com DJ Cam One on Spotify Your host Uncle Dub: Twitter/Instagram Untappd (Beer Check-in app): ItsUncle_Dub Email: sportswagonpodcast@gmail.com Check out the Bald Head Logic podcast co-hosted with DJ Cam One Please consider supporting the podcast: Buy Me a Coffee Send a voicemail, subscribe, rate and tell a friend about the show! Thank you for listening! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/itsuncledub/message

SportsBeat KC
SportsBeat KC podcast: Get to know Chiefs' rookie class & The Star's new beat writer

SportsBeat KC

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 31:51


Chiefs rookie mini-camp came to a conclusion on Monday and we got to know the team's draft class and first-year players a little better. On today's SportsBeat KC, we'll hear from drafted players Jaylen Watson, a cornerback from Washington State, running back Isiah Pacheco from Rutgers and wide receiver Skyy Moore from Western Michigan. They flashed their personalities, especially when discussing their feelings about Mother's Day. The show kicks off with another newcomer to the Chiefs, beat writer Jesse Newell. He takes over on the Chiefs beat after covering the University of Kansas for the previous 14 years and shares his thoughts about the team and what he hopes to bring to the coverage team. Story links: KC Chiefs rookie wide receiver Skyy Moore dealing with ‘minor hamstring tweak' https://www.kansascity.com/sports/nfl/kansas-city-chiefs/article261168307.html For this Chiefs rookie, a Mother's Day story: Cherish your mom, but don't work for her https://www.kansascity.com/sports/nfl/kansas-city-chiefs/article261227492.html Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Maryland Baseball Network Podcast
Highlights: #18 Maryland at Rutgers (Game 2) | 5-8-22

Maryland Baseball Network Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 4:41


Highlights: #18 Maryland at Rutgers (Game 2) | 5-8-22 by Maryland Baseball Network

Maryland Baseball Network Podcast
Highlights: #18 Maryland at Rutgers (Game 1) | 5-8-22

Maryland Baseball Network Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 3:54


Highlights: #18 Maryland at Rutgers (Game 1) | 5-8-22 by Maryland Baseball Network

UMGoBlue.COM University of Michigan Football Commentary
2021 Football Season Spectacular - Episode 2 - Underdogs

UMGoBlue.COM University of Michigan Football Commentary

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 51:36


Phil Callihan and Clint Derringer review the 2021 Michigan Wolverine Football season from beginning to end. Episode 2 continues with huge victories over Washington (31-10) and Northern Illinois (63-10)followed by a hard fought win over Rutgers (20-13) in the Big Ten opener.

LaxFactor Lacrosse Podcast
Maryland Wins B1G, Georgetown Tops Nova, Vermont & Manhattan Clinch & More (LaxFactor Podcast #206)

LaxFactor Lacrosse Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 8, 2022 27:28


Maryland proved they are absolute monsters with their statement win over Rutgers on Saturday in the Big Ten Championship. Logan Wisnauskas and company are good all over the field and Maryland locked up the #1 seed without question. Georgetown made a solid argument as to why they deserve the #2 seed by capping their 1 loss season with a win over Villanova. Despite only winning by 2 goals, the game was never in question. We'll also talk about Manhattan's win over St. Bonaventure in the MAAC title game. We'll touch on Vermont defeating UMBC in the America East title game. We'll also talk about Richmond over Jacksonville, Robert Morris over Utah and a bunch more. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/laxfactor/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/laxfactor/support

A Correction Podcast
Dr. Jonathan Pugh on Islands, the Anthropocene and Why There Will Still be Islands At the End of the World

A Correction Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022


Dr. Jonathan Pugh is Reader in Island Studies, Department of Geography, Newcastle University, UK. He has more than 70 publications and is particularly noted for his work on the ‘relational' and ‘archipelagic' turns in island studies, disrupting the figure of the insular island. He has held a number of visiting fellowships, given international keynote addresses, and/or invited lectures, including at Princeton, Harvard, Virginia Tech, London, Cornell, Vienna, Zurich, Trinity College Dublin, Rutgers, California, University of West Indies and National Taiwan Normal University.Jonathan's present work examines how work with islands is playing an increasingly prominent role in the generation of wider approaches to critical thinking, knowledge and policy practices associated with the Anthropocene (particularly in the prolific development of relational ontologies and epistemologies in opposition to modern reasoning). Establishing a platform for discussion and debate, in 2021 he launched the 'Anthropocene Islands' initiative (https://www.anthropoceneislands.online/). This includes a monthly reading group, dedicated section of Island Studies Journal, early career study spaces, workshops, agenda-setting publications and talks. The initiative gains its initial impetus from the book Anthropocene Islands: Entangled Worlds (Pugh and Chandler, 2021) free to download here https://www.uwestminsterpress.co.uk/site/books/m/10.16997/book52/ and the Dialogues in Human Geography paper Anthropocene Islands: there are only islands after the end of the world (Chandler and Pugh, 2021).Publications: https://newcastle.academia.edu/JonathanPughTwitter: @jonnypugh1974Facebook and Instagram: Jon Pugh Islands Subscribe to our newsletter today 〰️ Subscribe to our newsletter today 〰️ Subscribe to our newsletter today 〰️ Subscribe

The Faster Than Normal Podcast: ADD | ADHD | Health
Parenting Inattentive-type ADHD w/ Behavioral Pharmacologist Kristin Wilcox, Ph.D

The Faster Than Normal Podcast: ADD | ADHD | Health

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 16:00


Kristin Wilcox has a Ph.D. in Pharmacology from the University of Mississippi Medical Center and has spent over 20 years in academia as a behavioral pharmacologist studying drug abuse behavior and ADHD medications at Emory University and Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.  She has authored several manuscripts published in peer reviewed scientific journals and presented her research at international scientific meetings.  Her book “Andrew's Awesome Adventures with His ADHD Brain” shares her son's experiences with inattentive-type ADHD, and her insights on parenting an ADHD son.  Dr. Wilcox serves on the executive board of the Inattentive ADHD Coalition, hoping to increase awareness and understanding of the inattentive subtype of ADHD in children and adults.  She lives in Maryland with her husband and two sons. Enjoy! In this episode Peter and Kristin discuss:   1:00 - Intro and welcome Kristin Wilcox! 1:40 - Cocaine for research whaaahht?? 3:00 - Talk about inattentive-type ADHD? 4:45 - On adrenaline junkies. Ref Type T ADHD 6:50 - Is there a nature versus nurture component there? Ref: OneWheel & Multi-Access Trainer 9:00 - Tell us about the book! 10:30 - There was not much research in existence on inattentive ADHD in boys 10:52 - Does it occur in girls as well? 11:14 - What specifically are you studying in terms of drug abuse and behavior & things like that? Tell us a little more about your background? 12:15 - Is the book available everywhere? 14:15 - How can people find more about you and what you're doing? @ADHDAdventures on Facebook And you get get the book from Here and here-> on Amazon! 14:25 - Thank you Kristin! Guys, as always, we are here for you and we love the responses and the notes that we get from you; so please continue to do that! Tell us who you want to hear on the podcast, anything at all; we'd love to know.  Leave us a review on any of the places you get your podcasts, and if you ever need our help I'm www.petershankman.com and you can reach out anytime via peter@shankman.com or @petershankman on all of the socials. You can also find us at @FasterNormal on all of the socials. It really helps when you drop us a review on iTunes and of course, subscribe to the podcast if you haven't already! As you know, the more reviews we get, the more people we can reach. Help us to show the world that ADHD is a gift, not a curse!  15:15 - Faster Than Normal Podcast info & credits — TRANSCRIPT:  — Yo, yo, Hey everyone. It is Peter Shankman. It is Faster Than Normal! It is another interview. It is a great Wednesday. Uh, it's a great Thursday, Thursday? Oh my God the weeks are rolling into one. My daughter goes on a field trip for three days overnight and I no longer know what day it is. Ridiculous. Okay. Welcome. My name is Peter. Shankman. Said that already. We're talking to Kristin Wilcox today. She's a doctor. She's a PhD in pharmacology from the University of Mississippi Medical Center has spent over 20 years in academia as behavioral pharmacologist studying drug abuse, behavior and ADHD medications at Emory University and John Hopkins University School of Medicine. In other words, she's much smarter than any of us. It is great to have you here Kristin. Then she has written a book called Andrew's Awesome Adventures with his ADHD Brain, where she shares her son's experiences with inattentive type ADHD and her insights on parenting an ADHD son. She's on the executive board of the inattentive ADHD coalition of an increasing awareness and understanding of yet attentive subtype of ADHD in children, adults. She lives in Maryland where there has been two sons, Kristen. Hi, welcome.  Hi Peter. How are you today?  I am great. Thank you for taking the time to join us. Um, it's funny. I remember probably in 2005, I dated a woman briefly who was doing her second PhD at Rutgers, I believe, and was also studying drug abuse. And the thing I found so amazing was that when you are studying drug abuse in a university setting an academic setting, I guess, for a PhD or better, or whatever, you basically can call the government and they deliver you drugs like illegal drugs, like they delivered through cocaine to her or to her lab, I guess. And I was just shocked by that because my first question was, so can you.. and she immediately shut me down and said, absolutely not! But it was an interesting question.  They do actually, um, the, uh, the cocaine that we used to use in our, uh, experiments with. Cocaine that was confiscated off the street and then purified by the DEA and that's how we got our cocaine for our research.  Unbelievable. The DEA was purifying their own cocaine. That is brilliant. I love it. That's awesome. All right. I just need to throw that out there.  I remember she sent it to me. She goes, yeah, this stuff is like a hundred percent. Yeah, you wouldn't want to use it or something like that. That's crazy. Unreal. Well welcome. I'm glad, glad you're here. So tell us about, um, you know, we, we think of ADHD as both, um, you know, going down the rabbit hole of hyper-focus and also, you know; Hey, I'm bored. Give me some dopamine.  Talk about inattentive ADHD? Um, well,  I think the most important thing is that, uh, there's very minimal hyperactivity and impulsivity. So a lot of the times when people think about ADHD and especially ADHD in a boy, they think about a boy who's bouncing off the walls, who can't sit still in class, who's constantly fidgeting. They don't really pay attention to the boy that maybe, you know, kind of dreamy and forgetting to turn in his assignments and has a desk that's stuffed with undone worksheets. So that's probably the biggest thing to know about inattentive ADHD. They do also have the, uh, like, you know, the inattention and the forgetfulness and the disorganization, which also occurs with, um, the commonly thought of combined type, which does have the hyperactivity and the impulsivity, um, you know, and these kids are also, uh, they're very smart. Um, inattention has nothing to do with intelligence. Um, they're very creative. They're outside the box thinkers. They're great at problem solving. Um, they love risk-taking and adventure. They're adrenaline junkies.  Yeah, that totally makes sense.  Yes, my son actually wanted to skydive when he graduated from high school. Well, tell him to give me a call and we'll make that happen.  Haha! I'm glad somebody will go with him because it's not me.  So that's interesting. I remember there was a, there was a study. I wish I could remember the guy's name, but it was, there was a TV show, probably the learning channel or something 15, 20 years ago, when I first heard it, got to me and it was talking about someone who came up with this concept of type T. T positive and T negative, where T is this adrenaline junkie right? And empty, positive T is someone who gets their adrenaline in positive ways based on upbringing. You know, they be able to do public speaking, whatever. And T negative is those who find it in negative ways, you know, drug addiction, um, um, you know, crime, things like that. And so, so in ADHD are they are adrenaline junkies.  Uh, they are adrenaline junkies, but it can also go both ways they can. Um, you know, like you mentioned before regulating dopamine, they can regulate dopamine by jumping out of an airplane, but they can also regulate dopamine by taking drugs or driving fast. Um, so it's kind of a, it's a double-edged sword. Like the, the risk taking is, um, you know, can have complete benefits and be fabulous and, you know, kids with ADHD are not afraid to do something and jump right in and they, they live life. Um, you know, cause they don't think about it. We'll just think about the concept and we'll deal with the consequences later. There's no thinking about them. Um, but you know, they, they do get into problems with drug abuse and crime and driving fast cause that's also stimulating domain. So, um, you know, it, it, it is kind of a plus and a minus of having an iteration of inattentive ADHD.  But is there, I mean, is there, you know, I think that, that for a lot of us, you know, especially when we're not diagnosed, it's just okay: Sit down. Right? And we don't realize that the things were drawn to come from this concept of…? but for me, for instance, you know, I never got into, I didn't get into drugs at least not in high school or as kid, um, you know, the worst thing I ever did was smoke. Right. And this was the eighties where smoking was good for you. But, um, you know, it's the premise that it is there. Is there a nature versus nurture component in there? Where, if you know, you, you, you, you look for positive things, or look for things to give you that dopamine, that aren't necessarily negative things.(?)  Um, yeah, I, I, I would probably agree with that. Um, my son, as, as well, uh, hasn't gotten into the drugs in high school, doesn't go to parties and, and drank, um, you know, he finds his stimulation in other ways. Um, you know, like, right. He has a Onewheel, I don't know if you know what a one wheel is.  Yeah, of course.  So, so he just got a one.  Yeah. For those who don't know what's next generation Segway with just one wheel on it and and, and you.. He just got on that thing and just took off, you know, he, he went to space camp when he was in seventh grade and they put you in this thing that, um, you know, turns you all around  A Multi-Access Trainer. I know exactly what it is. I had a very bad experience with… And he was the first in line to do it, you know? So he's, he's seeking his im, adrenaline out in self-regulating and positive ways. He's not self-regulating with, with drugs and alcohol. Um, is that partially because of the environment that he's in? Uh, probably he's, you know, we have an open dialogue about things like that and, um, you know, so we're kind of steering him away from that type of behavior, but, you know, um, if he wasn't in that type of environment, maybe if my husband and I were constantly gone; working all the time and stuff like that, and he was left on his own, you know, he might try to, you know, get into some of that to help self-regulate.  And I think that, that, you know, that's one of the interesting things is that you look at, you look at, um, uh, prisons, you know, it's a 65 to 70% of um, incarcerated males are undiagnosed ADHD. And so it does come down to that question, you know, I mean, for me, you know, my, my being undiagnosed by parents just assumed, okay, he's hyper, let them run around so I'd take my bike after school everyday, and I'd ride around for hours and hours and hours. Right. And then, you know, I don't know if they ever noticed when I came back, I was much calmer. but obviously it was absolutely helpful. Okay. Tell us about the book! Ok! So, um, so the book is in two parts. The first part of the book is my son's story with his inattentive ADHD and the ADHD elephant that lives in his brain. Um, and the second part of the book My experiences raising an ADHD son and I kind of, um, put, you know, some of the science behind ADHD and how that relates to my son's behaviors. And, um, the reason I wrote the book is because there is virtually no information out there on inattentive ADHD and boy s. So, um, when my son was diagnosed, fortunately, he was diagnosed in third grade, which is young for inattentive ADHD. Most of the time, these kids are diagnosed after nine years old, sometimes not until their teens, because, you know, it's what I like to call the silent ADHD, if they're not disruptive and, you know, creating chaos so they're not really noticed. Um, and we were fortunate. He had a teacher in second grade who recognized his symptoms because her son at the time was in high school and he had inattentive ADHD, so we were fortunate that he had that teacher. Um, and at the time is when I was working at, um, Hopkins on the ADHD project. And I was talking to a psychiatrist who was consulting on our research project. And he actually said, there's nothing out there on boys with inattentive ADHD. And of course I went home and started to look and do some research and he was right. So, you know, the purpose is just kind of to increase awareness that this occurs in boys. Um, you know, get it out there.  Uh, it does occur in girls as well?  It does occur in girls and adults and it's, um, most often discussed in girls and more recently in adults.  Okay. And, and obviously it's, it's being discussed more in adults because adults are taking their kids to get diagnosed and they say, huh, it sounds like me. Yeah. Yeah, yeah, absolutely.  Interesting. What, um, talk for a second about, uh, about your, about your background. What are you, um, what specifically are you studying in terms of drug abuse and behavior and things like that? Um, well, when my son was diagnosed, I stopped working to focus on him. So I haven't done research in quite awhile. Um, but the majority of my research was looking for therapeutics for cocaine abuse and finding cocaine taking behavior. Um, and it was preclinical studies. Um, and then when I worked at Johns Hopkins, Uh, the ADHD study was looking at long-term effects of ADHD medications, because at the time there were no studies on it; long-term effects of ADHD medication. So we looked at, um, physical features. Um, we looked at cognitive functioning. Um, so that was, uh, was the nature of that study.  Interesting. That's fascinating stuff. Um, is the book available everywhere?  Uh, the book is available on Amazon. Um, and it's available on the, uh, publishers website, um, MSI Press, LLC. Cool. Did you self publish it?  I did not. Okay, cool. Excellent. A lot of our, a lot of people are, um, I've talked to a handful of people who've written ADHD books down and they're all self published. Um, just like, yeah, whatever helps people whatever gets it out there. I'm a fan of.. No, yeah, I was very excited. It was picked up by a publisher. I didn't, I didn't have high hopes. And I thought that if it wells, it's never really published, hopefully it made me a better mother to my son because it helped me to understand his brain and to work with him instead of working against him, because he doesn't think the way I think. Yep. Now it's it is, it is, you know, I think that's one of the biggest things that the parents need to understand. I mean, I remember growing up, my parents just didn't understand the difference, you know, why, and then they still treated me a hundred percent wonderfully, you know, and, and I had a great relationship with them and I still do, but they weren't the way I was and it was just a, it was a very, they just never got it. They never really got it.  Yeah. Now I asked my son before I, um, but while I was writing the book, I said, tell me what it's like to have ADHD, because I don't know what that's like. And here I'm writing this book about ADHD and I don't really know what it's like to have ADHD. And so he describes it as an overstuffed garbage can where the lid doesn't stay on and everything's falling out on the floor.  So that's how he describes his ADHD. Yes!  I couldn't come up with a description nearly that eloquent.  I love it. I love it. All right. Well, very cool. Um, how can people find you?  Um, well, I have, um, my author Facebook page is Kristin M Wilcox PhD, or they can find me at ADHDAdventures on Facebook. [same page] And you get get the book from Here and here on Amazon! Awesome. Kristen, thank you so much for taking the time to be with us today. It's been a lot of fun. We will definitely check out the book and we will link to it on your Amazon link and in the show notes. And we really appreciate you being here today. This was great.  Great. Thanks Peter. I appreciate it.  Guys you've been listening to Faster Than Normal. We love when people come to us and say, Hey, I would like to be on the podcast, or when they have a great idea for a great story. And they have a great story themselves. If you're that person who knows someone who has let us know, we're always trying to find new people. We have a plethora!! of new episodes that we've recorded that are in the can that are coming up. The next three months are already filled but if you have someone to let us know, we'll record you and get you on the podcast as well. And you can find me at Peter@shankman.com  The podcast is FasterThanNormal.com on iTunes on Stitcher, Google play anywhere you get your podcasts. Thank you so much for listening and remember that ADHD and all neurodiversity is a gift, not a curse. And we will see you next week with a brand new episode. Thank you so much for listening and we'll talk to you soon! — Credits: You've been listening to the Faster Than Normal podcast. We're available on iTunes, Stitcher and Google play and of course at www.FasterThanNormal.com I'm your host, Peter Shankman and you can find me at petershankman.com and @petershankman on all of the socials. If you like what you've heard, why not head over to your favorite podcast platform of choice and leave us a review, come more people who leave positive reviews, the more the podcast has shown, and the more people we can help understand that ADHD is a gift, not a curse. Opening and closing themes were composed and produced by Steven Byrom who also produces this podcast, and the opening introduction was recorded by Bernie Wagenblast. Thank you so much for listening. We'll see you next week!

Joe Benigno and Evan Roberts
Evan's Mets Seats, Late Night Amazon Orders & Jerry's Billboard

Joe Benigno and Evan Roberts

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 52:51


Hour 2: The fan that sat in Evan's seat for the no-hitter on Friday called us today. What is the cutoff time for Amazon to ring your doorbell? And our main man Jerry Recco got a billboard in New Jersey.

Boomer & Gio
Boomer and Gio Podcast

Boomer & Gio

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 166:39


Hour 1: The show opens with Boomer all over the place because he's excited the Rangers playoffs get underway tonight. He thinks he saw Kendall Jenner in NYC on Saturday. He said she was stunning. He also talks about the MET Gala and how bleached eyebrows are now a thing. The Mets DFA'd Robinson Cano and Boomer & Gio both agree with this move. Jerry is here for his first update. Boomer stopped by Jerry's cornhole tournament last night on his way home from a charity golf tournament. Jerry starts with the Yankees winning their 10th in a row, this time over Toronto. Gleyber Torres drove in all 3 runs. The Mets DFA'd Robinson Cano and Buck Showalter reacted. Buck was also suspended for last night's game due to hitting a Phillie with a change up. Jerry goes around the NBA from last night's playoff games. And Rangers/Penguins get underway tonight. In the final segment of the hour, we talk about DeAndre Hopkins getting suspended six games for PED use. Christian from Toms River Field of Dreams calls in to tell us he is now officially open.  Hour 2: The 7am hour starts with the importance of the Yanks/Blue Jays series. Gleyber Torres had a great game driving in all three runs. Robinson Cano was DFA'd by the Mets. A caller wants to know who's jersey is going in the freezer. It's Sidney Crosby. Jerry returns for an update and starts with the Yankees taking game 1 of the series from the Blue Jays. That's 10 straight for the Yankees. The Mets lost to the Braves thanks to Travis D'Arnaud. Boomer & Gio argue about softball. DeAndre Hopkins is suspended for PEDs and the NFL found no tanking by Hue Jackson's Cleveland Browns.  Hour 3: The 8am hour starts with talk of the Giants front office and GM Joe Schoen wanting to bring in all of his own people. They also talk about college players and NIL (Name, Image, Likeness) contracts. Jerry returns for another update and starts with the Yankees winning their 10th straight, this time over the Blue Jays. Gleyber Torres had all 3 RBIs. The Mets DFA'd Robinson Cano. Jerry goes around the NBA from last night's playoff games. And Rangers/Penguins get underway tonight. Oh, and Jerry's face is on a billboard thanks to Rutgers. In the final segment of the hour, we play ‘Penguin or Dead Guy?' with Al.  Hour 4: The 9am hour begins with the Yankees winning their 10th in a row and the Mets dropping their first game of the series to the Braves. They have a doubleheader today starting at 3:05pm. Gio says Brandon Tierney can call an exit velo just by watching it on TV. We also talk about some of the auction items that were available at Booming Celebration this past weekend. We get back into the Yankees and Mets season so far. Jerry returns for an update but first Gio tells us he's being targeted with ads for Spanx. They also talk about the MET Gala. Jerry has audio from the Yankees win in Toronto. The Braves beat the Mets thanks to former Met Travis D'Arnaud. Jerry also has Brian Kenny of MLB Network vs. Buck Showalter before the game. Jerry goes around the NBA from last night's playoff games. The Rangers/Penguins series starts tonight. In the final segment of the show, the NFL says there was nothing going on with Hue Jackson and the Browns tanking. We also talk about the Brian Flores lawsuit. We also still await an NFL decision on Deshaun Watson. Baker Mayfield is still with the Browns.

Boomer & Gio
Boomer and Gio Moment of the Day

Boomer & Gio

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 0:51


Rutgers put a billboard up congratulating Jerry for Sportscaster of the Year.

Boomer & Gio
Giants GM Puts Stamp On Team.

Boomer & Gio

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 41:40


Hour 3: The 8am hour starts with talk of the Giants front office and GM Joe Schoen wanting to bring in all of his own people. They also talk about college players and NIL (Name, Image, Likeness) contracts. Jerry returns for another update and starts with the Yankees winning their 10th straight, this time over the Blue Jays. Gleyber Torres had all 3 RBIs. The Mets DFA'd Robinson Cano. Jerry goes around the NBA from last night's playoff games. And Rangers/Penguins get underway tonight. Oh, and Jerry's face is on a billboard thanks to Rutgers. In the final segment of the hour, we play ‘Penguin or Dead Guy?' with Al.

101.7 The Hammer Podcasts
Big Baseball Podcast - May 3, 2022

101.7 The Hammer Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 40:47


We're setting up for a big series between Maryland and Rutgers in the Big Ten this weekend, plus many other series that will influence the field for the conference tournament. A full breakdown on the podcast.

Locked On MLB Prospects
College ball Tuesday! Is Georgia Tech creating catchers in a lab? Kevin Parada is a MACHINE

Locked On MLB Prospects

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 24:53


On today's show, we're talking about college baseball's weekend that was. Virginia and Virginia Tech are battling for the ACC, the Big 12 is a complete fire, and the SEC is full of challenges every single weekend. We then preview some of the interesting matchups this weekend, namely Oregon vs Oregon State, Arkansas vs Auburn, and Maryland vs Rutgers. We close with a discussion of Georgia Tech catcher Kevin Parada's monster season and why you should take best talent in the first round versus worrying about need or positional logjams. Find and follow LockedOn MLB Prospects on your favorite podcast platforms: Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/locked-on-mlb-prospects/id1525225214 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/2wzJIf26tGgVbB7rsoKyLD Stitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/show/locked-on-mlb-prospects Follow along with LockedOn MLB Prospects host Lindsay Crosby as we follow 120+ affiliated teams throughout the 2022 season! From prospect call-ups to impactful trades to the ever evolving battle for minor league living and working conditions, Lindsay is covering it all on five days a week. Available exclusively on the Locked On Podcast Network. Follow the show on twitter @LockedOnFarm and email your Mailbag Monday questions to LockedOnMLBProspects@gmail.com Follow Lindsay for up to the minute details on all things Minor League Baseball: On Twitter: https://twitter.com/CrosbyBaseball Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Blue Nile This Mother's Day give mom something she'll treasure forever with fine jewelry from Bluenile.com, and LOCKEDON SPORTS listeners get $50 off $500. Use code LOCKEDON at checkout. Athletic Greens To make it easy, Athletic Greens is going to give you a FREE 1 year supply of immune-supporting Vitamin D AND 5 FREE travel packs with your first purchase. All you have to do is visit athleticgreens.com/MLBNETWORK Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Inside Rutgers Athletics
2022 Rutgers Baseball Podcast with Steve Owens - Week 12

Inside Rutgers Athletics

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 13:15


Head coach Steve Owens joins the podcast to recap a 4-0 Week 11 that included a win over Hofstra and a road sweep of Ohio State. He also takes a look at the upcoming week, which features a midweek game at Seton Hall and a home series against No. 22 MarylandSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

SGSR Podcast Network
BASE Hosts Rutgers; Buckeye Receivers Go 10th and 11th in NFL Draft

SGSR Podcast Network

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2022 17:44


THE Ohio State of Mind - Ep. 41 Caleb and Tyler recap day one of the NFL Draft, during which Ohio State receivers Garrett Wilson and Chris Olave went 10th and 11th overall and preview another important B1G series for BASE. Caleb Spinner - Instagram: @caleb_spinner Twitter: @CalebSpinner LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/caleb-s-spinner-241980189/ Tyler Danburg: Instagram: @tburg41 Twitter: @TylerDanburg LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/tyler-danburg-7184a1222/ THE Ohio State of Mind releases a new episode twice a week (Monday and Friday) on scarletandgraysportsradio.com, SoundCloud and Apple Podcasts. Follow @StateofMindOSU on Twitter for episode release times and show information (https://twitter.com/StateofMindOSU). Stay up to date with this show and SGSR's other programs by following Scarlet and Gray Sports Radio on Instagram (@sgsr.osu) and Twitter (@SGSR_OSU). The SGSR Podcast Network is available on Spotify, Apple Podcasts and SoundCloud.

The Bucket Problem
Episode 43: Mom's Lasagna

The Bucket Problem

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2022 76:27


This week, we run through the latest men's hoops news and Dan's tiered rankings of Big Ten offensive lines. Topics include: the NFL Draft is too damn long, the role of NIL rights in Hunter Dickinson's return, how admissions deals with transfers, Iowa's OL being downright bad, Michigan's OL being very good, and much more. Are there more than two good offensive lines in the conference this year? Not sure! Is there a Rutgers lineman named Terrence Salami? Yes! PointsBet is my go-to sportsbook. You too can use (or fade) our bowl picks and take advantage of features like booster odds, same-game parlays, and name a bet. Use promo code BUCKETPROB when signing up for the PointsBet app to get your first deposit MATCHED for up to $1,000 in free bets. Double your betting potential with promo code BUCKETPROB. Use promo code BUCKETPROBLEM for 15% off your first order at homefieldapparel.com, your home for the best, softest, retro logo-est, dunking mascot-est, most fashionable licensed collegiate gear you can imagine. Yes, they have Michigan—and Slippery Rock. Sign up for the newsletter and the bonus podcast at www.thebucketproblem.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Locked On Hawkeyes
Iowa Football/Baseball: Updates on Racial Discrimination and Iowa's Impressive Wins Over Rutgers

Locked On Hawkeyes

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2022 26:20


On today's episodes I continued discussing the recent updates regarding the racial discrimination lawsuit currently happening within the Iowa Hawkeye's Football program. I discussed the new counts that have been presented in the case and also what those counts mean as well as some positives that are currently going on within the Hawkeye's program including a change in team culture and recruiting. I know we don't really get the chance to talk about Iowa Men's Baseball much on the podcast but the Hawkeyes put on an ABSOLUTE SHOW against #1 ranked in the B1G, Rutgers over this past weekend. Iowa managed to go 2-1 against the Scarlet Knights which is not something a whole lot of people expected Iowa to do. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Athletic Greens Athletic Greens is going to give you a FREE 1 year supply of immune-supporting Vitamin D AND 5 FREE travel packs with your first purchase. All you have to do is visit athleticgreens.com/COLLEGE. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Tri-State College Basketball Podcast
College basketball writer Jerry Carino discusses the latest transfer portal news and coaching changes in NJ and NY. Is the portal hurting college basketball?

Tri-State College Basketball Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2022 31:17


Jerry Carino shares his thoughts on what's wrong with the transfer portal and how it could actually hurt college basketball. Plus Jerry also discusses the transfer news on Rutgers and Seton Hall and the firing of Greg Herenda at Fairleigh Dickinson and who could replace him as the Knights men's basketball coach.

On The Banks Podcast
Episode 136: Rutgers Baseball closer Dale Stanavich

On The Banks Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 27, 2022 24:41


The 2022 season for Rutgers Baseball has been filled with tons of success! The team is closing in on its first winning season since 2014 and is in contention to make its first appearance in the NCAA Tournament since 2007. Rutgers' closer Dale Stanavich joins Aaron Breitman to discuss the team, the success this season, and continuing to progress the rest of the year! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

101.7 The Hammer Podcasts
Big Baseball Podcast - April 26, 2022

101.7 The Hammer Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 26, 2022 44:58


It's crowded at the top of the Big Ten standings as a month remains of the regular season. The latest to join the group is Iowa, winners of 2 of 3 at Rutgers over the weekend. We'll break down the competitors for a league title and talk to Hawkeye coach Rick Heller on the podcast.

The Public Health Millennial Career Stories Podcast
101: Passion for Health Education with Kaitlin V. Cartoccio, MPH, MCHES, DRCC

The Public Health Millennial Career Stories Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 26, 2022 117:58


Kaitlin V. Cartoccio, MPH, MCHES, DRCC works as a Community Program Coordinator and Health Educator at Bernards Township Health Department. Additionally, Kaitlin is a proud member of the de Beaumont Foundation 2020 40 Under 40 in Public Health. Kaitlin is a passionate health educator specifically interested in health behavior, mental health, substance misuse, communicable disease, and risk communication. She got credits at Raritan Valley Community College before completing her Bachelor of Science in Public Health at Temple University. She then went on to get her Master of Public Health at Rutgers University. And currently works as a Community Program Coordinator and Health Educator at Bernards Township Health Department.Kaitilin on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kaitlin-v-cartoccio/Omari on IG: https://www.instagram.com/thephmillennial/ Omari on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/omari-richins-mph/Website: https://www.thephmillennial.comShownotes: https://thephmillennial.com/episode99All ways to support The Public Health Millennial: https://thephmillennial.com/support/Support The Public Health Millennial: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/thephmillennialShop at The Public Health Millennial Store for discount: https://thephmillennial.com/shop/Email List: https://thephmillennial.com/signup/Support the show (http://paypal.me/thePHmillennial)Support the show (http://paypal.me/thePHmillennial)

Inside Rutgers Athletics
2022 Rutgers Baseball Podcast with Steve Owens - Week 11

Inside Rutgers Athletics

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 25, 2022 15:03


Inside Lacrosse Podcasts
4/25 The Tailgate: Who Can Beat Maryland?

Inside Lacrosse Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 25, 2022 68:48


Fresh off of a lopsided win over Hopkins, Terry & Nick start by discussing who they think has a realistic shot to beat Maryland (spoiler: they won on Thursday night) and then dive into the weekend's action, examining Harvard's win over Princeton, Connor Theriault's brick wall performance for Brown vs. Cornell, Navy's upset of Army, BU winning the Patriot League, Rutgers coming back vs. Penn State and more.

Nebraska Athletics Podcast
Big Ten Announces Conference Bracket

Nebraska Athletics Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 25, 2022


The seedings and bracket for the 2022 Big Ten Women's Tennis Tournament was announced on Sunday. The University of Iowa will host the event at the Hawkeye Tennis and Recreation Complex with competition starting on Wednesday. Nebraska secured the sixth seed and will face the winner of No. 11 Purdue and No. 14 Rutgers on Thursday, April 28 at 12:00 p.m. CT.

LaxFactor Lacrosse Podcast
Xavier Arline QBs Navy To Win Over Army, Patriot & Ivy League Insanity (LaxFactor Podcast #204)

LaxFactor Lacrosse Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 24, 2022 36:47


Army hosted Navy in the annual Army/Navy lacrosse game on Saturday and it was Lax Twitter's favorite, Xavier Arline that helped quarterback Navy to a win over Army. He finished the game with 2 goals and 2 assists, and Jack Sweeney scored a man up goal in OT and Navy wins the ballgame. Penn State gave Rutgers all the Scarlet Knights could handle and in the process scared the crap out of poor Rutgers. Rutgers needed a Ross Scott goal with just 8 seconds in regulation to force overtime, and it was Scott again in OT to give Rutgers the win. The Patriot League insanity continued with Boston University clinching their first ever regular season Patriot League title with a last second win over host Lehigh. Tim Ley scored the game winner in dramatic fashion, a left handed back-handed bouncer from the low crease. Loyola needed overtime to beat Colgate, the winner a feed from Aiden Olmstead down to Evan James who used some soft hands to put the ball in the back of the net for the Greyhound win. We'll also talk about Brown taking it to Cornell, Princeton losing to Harvard, Maryland waxed Johns Hopkins, Syracuse lost to Virginia, Notre Dame beat North Carolina earlier in the week and we'll talk about a lot more. Support the channel, buy some swag... https://www.laxfactor.com/ Watch the show w/ video on YouTube... https://www.youtube.com/laxfactor/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/laxfactor/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/laxfactor/support

Locked On Gators - Daily Podcast On Florida Gators Football & Basketball
Florida Gators Guard Zippy Broughton Interview - Kelly Rae Finley, Transfer Portal, SEC Championship

Locked On Gators - Daily Podcast On Florida Gators Football & Basketball

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 23, 2022 16:45


Florida Gators women's basketball star guard Zippy Broughton joins for an interview where she talks about new Head Coach Kelly Rae Finley dropping the interim title, SEC championship goals for 2022-23, and wanting to get selected in the 2023 WNBA Draft. Zippy Broughton talks about her decision to enter the transfer portal after initially attending Rutgers, what caused her to pick the Florida Gators women's basketball team, and who she thinks is better, Michael Jordan or LeBron James. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Athletic Greens Athletic Greens is going to give you a FREE 1 year supply of immune-supporting Vitamin D AND 5 FREE travel packs with your first purchase. All you have to do is visit athleticgreens.com/COLLEGE. Florida Gators Guard Zippy Broughton Interview - Kelly Rae Finley, Transfer Portal, SEC Championship Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Joe Benigno and Evan Roberts

Rutgers football is doing an amazing thing tonight, and their coach joined us to talk about it.

Talking Hoosier Baseball – iubase.com
Talking Hoosier Baseball – 2022 – Week 9 – Rutgers

Talking Hoosier Baseball – iubase.com

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 22, 2022 46:17


Carl and Cass discuss the 1-4 road week at Rutgers and Cincinnati area by Carl James • @jovian34 • April 22, 2022 While out-hitting and getting one more run than opponents on the week, Indiana Baseball went 1-4 on the week and most importantly dropped to 2-7 in the B1G. Can IU get back into the B1G Tourney picture? What about the continued impressive performance from IU freshmen? Also Cass now leads B1G Pick 'em. Video: Audio:

Locked On Gators - Daily Podcast On Florida Gators Football & Basketball
Florida Gators Recruiting Arch Manning? - Zippy Broughton Talks Kelly Rae Finley, Transfer Portal

Locked On Gators - Daily Podcast On Florida Gators Football & Basketball

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 22, 2022 28:26


The Florida Gators football team under new head coach Billy Napier have quarterbacks Anthony Richardson and Jack Miller III at the top of the depth chart right now but could they be looking to add Arch Manning, the nephew of Peyton Manning and Eli Manning? The Florida Gators women's basketball team just wrapped up their first season under new head coach Kelly Rae Finley and this team is going to be led by former Rutgers guard Zipporah "Zippy" Broughton following Kiki Smith getting selected in the 2022 WNBA Draft. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Athletic Greens Athletic Greens is going to give you a FREE 1 year supply of immune-supporting Vitamin D AND 5 FREE travel packs with your first purchase. All you have to do is visit athleticgreens.com/COLLEGE. Florida Gators Recruiting Arch Manning? - Zippy Broughton Talks Kelly Rae Finley, Transfer Portal Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Three Guys Before The Game
West Virginia Football - Jarrett Brown Visits (Episode 371)

Three Guys Before The Game

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 21, 2022 81:42


You've never heard a Three Guys episode sound like this before. The "Guys" spend time visiting with former WVU two-sport athlete Jarrett Brown. The crew didn't know Jarrett would be working while doing the interview. (They quickly found out)Listen as Jarrett cuts a customer's hair and talks about his days at WVU. It's unique, to say the least. Listener texts and comments complete the show. On Monday's episode, former WVU basketball player Wellington Smith will visit.

Tech Transfer IP
At the Cutting Edge of Research with Tatiana Litvin-Vechnyak

Tech Transfer IP

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 20, 2022 40:06


Tatiana Litvin-Vechnyak grew up in a family that was heavily involved in STEM, and she always had plans to become a doctor. However, while studying, she came across the field of technology transfer which combined her interests in science, business, law, and strategy, and meant that she could be at the cutting edge of research.  To date, Tatiana has over 18 years of experience in IP management, and for over 13 years has been overseeing patenting and licensing related activities at Rutgers University. She is currently the Associate Vice President of Innovation Ventures, and has built up an office which is viewed as a partner and a doer in the innovation space. In today's episode, Tatiana shares the diverse make-up of her large team, some of the life-changing technologies that they have been instrumental in developing (including the first approved enzyme replacement therapy delivered directly to the brain), how (and why) they maintain close relationships with outside counsel, and more!     In This Episode: [00:50] An overview of the educational and professional background of today's guest, Tatiana Litvin-Vechnyak. [02:58] How Tatiana's desire to become a doctor evolved into a career in technology transfer. [07:02] The size of Rutgers University and the scope of its operation.  [07:48] Work that is done by Tatiana's Innovation Ventures team, and the mission that drives them. [08:38] Tatiana explains the structure of her large and diverse team at Rutgers.  [11:18] Technology transfer metrics which highlight some of the successes that Tatiana and her team achieved in 2021.  [13:23] Services at Rutgers that are designed to support and facilitate startups.  [17:08] Tatiana explains how the Rutgers Tech Advance Fund, Health Advance Fund, and Genesis Seed Fund's work. [21:44] Valuable partnerships that Rutgers has with corporate and government organizations. [24:13] Why and how Rutgers maintains close relationships with numerous external law firms.  [28:38] Some of the life-changing innovations which have been developed at Rutgers. [31:35] The three biggest challenges currently being faced by  the Innovation Ventures team at Rutgers. [34:25] How the Innovation Ventures team upholds Rutgers commitment to enhancing diversity, and the various other programs at the university which focus on this goal. [36:50] Growth that Tatiana has seen take place at AUTM over the past few years. [38:10] Tatiana's hopes for the future of technology transfer at Rutgers.   Find Tatiana: Email Rutgers Research  

Inside Rutgers Athletics
2022 Rutgers Baseball Podcast with Steve Owens - Week 10

Inside Rutgers Athletics

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 19, 2022 15:40


The College Football Daily
Greg Schiano on developing Rutgers Football, the QB competition, and upgrading the offensive line

The College Football Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 19, 2022 17:56


Greg Schiano is entering his third season, and second rebuild at Rutgers, after leading the program from 2001 to 2011. Coming off a 5-win season and a last-minute Gator Bowl bid, Schiano has the Scarlet Knights headed in the right direction as spring practice comes to a close. He joins 247Sports' Lance Glinn to talk program development, the QB battle unfolding, and upgrading the roster. Host: Lance Glinn Guest: Rutgers HC Greg Schiano Follow or Subscribe to The College Football Daily on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, 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

On The Banks Podcast
Episode 135: Rutgers QB Noah Vedral

On The Banks Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 18, 2022 34:10


Rutgers QB Noah Vedral joins Aaron Breitman to discuss spring practice and the upcoming season. They hit on Noah's development entering his third season at Rutgers, NIL, his time as a Nebraska basketball player, and more! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

LaxFactor Lacrosse Podcast
Carolina Ends Syracuse's Season, Maryland Too Much For Ohio State & More (LaxFactor Podcast #203)

LaxFactor Lacrosse Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 17, 2022 35:01


Syracuse gave all they had to try and fight their way back into their contest against North Carolina on Saturday, but the comeback bid came up short. After taking a 1-goal lead with just over 2-minutes to play, the Syracuse defense gave up 2 goals in the final minutes to allow UNC to pick up the victory in regulation, mathematically ending Syracuse's season. Chris Gray had 5 goals and an assist in the win, and second year goalie Colin Krieg made 18 saves in the win for UNC. Ohio State gave Maryland a really tough time through 3 quarters, but Maryland continued to attack the OSU defense through the 4th and used that aggressive style of offense to outscore OSU 7-1 over the final 15 minutes giving Maryland the easy win. Logan Wisnauskas put up 5 goals and 2 helpers on the day for the Terps. Lehigh got dropped by Colgate in overtime, an unexpected loss that ruined their perfect Patriot League record. Rutgers needed every save they could get out of Colin Kirst as his 15 saves against Michigan were enough to hold off the Michigan rally. Support the channel, buy some swag... https://www.laxfactor.com/ Watch the show w/ video on YouTube... https://www.youtube.com/laxfactor/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/laxfactor/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/laxfactor/support

The Harden Up Podcast
EP 27: Tom Rizzo of Street Cop Training

The Harden Up Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 15, 2022 61:55


In this episode Matt talks with Tom Rizzo, a Street Cop Training instructor and 20-year law enforcement veteran. Tom gained valuable knowledge serving on patrol, crime suppression units, and as academy and department instructor. Tom has also been an adjunct professor with new jersey university and Rutgers school of public affairs and administration. He's the author of the book “COPIKAZE” and currently serves as the investigations division commander as a captain.  Tom RizzoInstagram: @tomrizzo70https://www.thomasrizzo.com/https://streetcoptraining.com/The OpTempo Training Group website for an updated list of classes:https://optempotraining.com/@optempotraining on Instagram and FacebookFind us on Youtube at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4kBpYUjDdve9BULTHRF2Bw/featured?view_as=subscriberLowa BootsIG: @lowa.professional and @lowabootshttps://www.lowaboots.com/

Rover's Morning Glory
Rover may have committed a crime for the mob, is college a scam, & more

Rover's Morning Glory

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 12, 2022 178:17


Driver claimed she struck and killed two brothers because she was uncontrollably defecating. Environmental group calls for deflating tires of SUVs in wealthy areas to combat climate change. Rover says robot lawn mowers will be taking over soon. Rutgers is accused of creating fake jobs for graduates to boost MBA program rankings. Rover may have committed a crime for the mob.

Inside Lacrosse Podcasts
4/11 The Tailgate: Pretty Pink Boots

Inside Lacrosse Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 11, 2022 68:26


The boys are back to kick off Holy Week by discussing Maryland's dispatching of Rutgers on Sunday night (and Kevin Brown joins from Maryland Stadium to discuss), diving into Jacksonville's win over Richmond (and they take a quick detour to Upstate New York), unpacking what Brown's upset of Penn means in the Ivy League, figuring out how Notre Dame's one-goal win over Duke equates to the mercy rule and much more.

Coach and Coordinator Podcast
Simple Advice For The Head Coach And The Assistant Coach - Greg Schiano, Head Coach, Rutgers

Coach and Coordinator Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 11, 2022 13:30


Today's Episode is from the 2021 "Believe" Clinic presented by the New Jersey Football Coaches Association. In this episode, Coach Schiano shares simple advice for the head coach and the assistant coach. In his recent experiences he's been in both positions and came to a clear understanding of what each position needs to do to best support the other. What is the Believe Clinic and Who is Eric LeGrand? On October 16, 2010 at MetLife stadium, Eric LeGrand ran down on a kick off for Rutgers and didn't walk off the field. He couldn't move. He couldn't breathe, and Coach Schiano came out on the field knelt and looked down at Eric and said, “Pray.” Becoming paralyzed playing the game he loved didn't change his passion for the game or the lessons he had taken from it. It provided him the courage and inspiration to go out into the world and do more. Eric has shown the world that obstacles can be transformed into opportunities, and he will continue to drive his mission forward until he delivers on Christopher Reeve's dream of a world with empty wheelchairs. To Eric, it is not matter of if he walks again, but rather when. To help Eric on his mission, Coach Schiano, the Rutgers staff, and the New Jersey Football Coaches Association have launched the virtual “Believe” Clinic with all proceeds to benefit "The Christopher Reeves Foundation" on behalf of Eric LeGrand. Show Notes: -Unique perspective of being a head coach, then assistant and head coach -What is the job of a head coach? -Communicate a crystal clear vision -Too much culture -Most teams/organizations can't communication their culture -PAR (Post Action Reporting) -#1 job of assistant coach -Give the head coach your opinion -3 time rule -Learning from Coach Pattern -“Paul Revere” the head coach and the rest of the staff Attend the 2022 Virtual "Believe" Clinic: https://njfca2022.coachesclinic.com/ Related: Episode with Eric LeGrand: https://soundcloud.com/user-804678956/eric-legrand-a-mission-bigger-than-the-game-and-the-njfca-believe-clinic The Law of Three - Greg Schiano: https://soundcloud.com/user-804678956/the-law-of-three-greg-schiano-head-coach-rugters-university