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Thrive LOUD with Lou Diamond
719: Sonny Melendrez - "The Power of Enthusiasm"

Thrive LOUD with Lou Diamond

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 27, 2022 33:41


Sonny Melendrez is in the business of making people happy. Inspiring others has always been an important element in the life of this dynamic radio and television personality, author and speaker. Twice named Billboard Magazine's "National Radio Personality of the Year," Sonny was inducted into the Texas Radio Hall Of Fame, The San Antonio Radio Hall of Fame and included in the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame as one of the Top 100 Radio Personalities of All-Time. He has entertained on some of America's greatest radio stations, both in Los Angeles and San Antonio and his popular radio program and podcast, The Sonny Melendrez Show, delivers much needed inspiration & entertainment to a worldwide audience. After the two met at the Grow Retreat in San Antonio in early January, Lou felt that it was his moral imperative to get Sonny to come on Thrive LOUD and share his incredible journey, voice and passion for life each and every day.   *** CONNECT WITH LOU DIAMOND & THRIVE LOUD  

The HR Social Hour Half Hour Podcast
Episode 205 - Jon & Wendy talk to Bonnie Endicott

The HR Social Hour Half Hour Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 27, 2022 29:43


We're joined by Bonnie Endicott, VP of Human Resources with Zachry Group in San Antonio, TX.  We talk about her move into the construction industry, her passion for talent development, and all about the 1900s.   Bonnie's recommendation: https://www.linkedin.com/in/rancegreene/ How to reach Bonnie: https://twitter.com/bonnieendicott https://www.linkedin.com/in/bonnieendicott/ https://www.simplystrategictalent.com/ This episode is sponsored by the Bowling Green State University Graduate Programs in Organization Development and Change.  Learn more at bgsu.edu/mod. Join us on the 2nd and 4th Sundays of each month at 7 PM ET for the #HRSocialHour chat on Twitter!  Be sure to check out our storefront (all profits go to charity): https://www.teepublic.com/user/hrsocialhour  

Miscelánea Supernova
277 - When we were young

Miscelánea Supernova

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 26, 2022 60:54


Episodio donde platicamos sobre los villanos de las películas de Karate Kid, Terry Silver (Karate Kid y Cobra Kai) es el mejor amigo que uno puede tener, lo bueno y lo malo del festival musical "When We Were Young", experiencia de Pari en el festival River City en San Antonio, los números de boletos para Avril Lavigne y el precio de sus boletos VIP, cómo los casados pueden jugar videojuegos y películas que arruinaron nuestras infancias!! Escúchanos: Spotify / Apple Podcast / ivoox / YouTube Apóyanos: patreon.com/holamsupernova Síguenos: Twitter/ Instagram: holamsupernova

City Cast Chicago
DeMar DeRozan's Unlikely MVP Season

City Cast Chicago

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 26, 2022 17:50


Bulls small forward DeMar DeRozan was a four-time all-star when he was with the Toronto Raptors. But when he came to Chicago this season after a lackluster few years in San Antonio, many fans and analysts were skeptical the 13-year veteran could still bring it. So far, the haters have been proven wrong. DeRozan has played a key role in bringing the Bulls back to life, especially as a leader for an otherwise young team. K.C. Johnson has been following the Bulls for more than three decades, and he explains how DeRozan's career has made him hungry for success in Chicago. Guest:  K.C. Johnson — Bulls Insider, NBC Sports Chicago A little bit of news, y'all: UIC has a new map showing what's causing pollution by schools. The 25th annual Fillet of Solo Festival is being held virtually. Follow us on Twitter: @CityCastChicago Sign up for our newsletter: chicago.citycast.fm Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Brews Less Traveled
Tony Ferguson - Ranger Creek Brewing & Distilling

Brews Less Traveled

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 26, 2022 34:28


This month on the Brews Less Traveled Beer Club Podcast, Julie and co-host Mike explore the craft beer scene of San Antonio, TX. We continue our stop in San Antonio with Ranger Creek Brewing & Distilling's “Laguna Madre” Belgian-Style White Ale and “Sky Trooper”, an IPA. Also, enjoy a conversation with special guest Tony Ferguson, Head Brewer of Ranger Creek Brewing and Distilling. In this episode, Julie, Mike and Tony chat about the dog tag system at Ranger Creek's taproom, a system that buys a beer for a veteran. Tony explains how Ranger Creek is the only “brewstillery” in Texas and shares his take on the state of craft beer in Texas. You can drink along with us from the comfort of home! Join the Brews Less Traveled beer club, get delicious beers delivered monthly, then tune into our weekly interactive virtual beer tastings on Wednesday evenings. Visit https://brewvana.com/product/beer-of-the-month-club to join! Cheers! Subscribe to the most well-traveled beer podcast in the nation! Follow us as we travel the country finding America's BEST undiscovered craft beer! Ranger Creek Brewing - https://drinkrangercreek.com/ Instagram - www.instagram.com/brewvana Facebook - www.facebook.com/brewvana

Iron-On Wrestling with Gregory Iron
EP. 139- Royal Rumble 1997 Watch-Along | Greg Talks The Wrld On GCW

Iron-On Wrestling with Gregory Iron

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 26, 2022 118:03


Use promo code PARDON at Manscaped.com and save 20% and get FREE SHIPPING.   Get an extra 22 minutes of this episode at Patreon.com/IronOnWrestling   Sign up at Patreon and get 100's of episodes, EARLY & EXTENDED, plus bonus audio and video, interactive zoom chats and more starting at just $3!   This week, Gregory Iron & Aaron Bauer celebrate 25 years since the 1997 Royal Rumble in San Antonio by doing a watch-along with all of you! Random facts and hilarity appear during this journey through this classic 30-man battle royal!   Plus, Greg & Aaron discuss cheapskates and the things supposed anti-vaxers will accept to give in to covid shots, the guys tell you how you can win up to $100 from them this week, and Greg discusses GCW's "The Wrld on GCW" Hammerstein Ballroom PPV, which he participated in.   ---   Gregory Iron wrestles with cerebral palsy, a neurological disorder that affects the mobility of his right arm, hand and fingers. Trained by WWE NXT Superstar Johnny Gargano in 2006, Iron has conquered his disability and gone on to work with some of the top names in wrestling including "Stone Cold" Steve Austin, CM Punk, The Dudley Boyz, Tommaso Ciampa and many others.   Co-host Aaron Bauer has worked in the professional wrestling industry for over two decades. A jack-of-all-trades, Aaron has worked in the industry as a local promoter for ECW events, a manager, and has provided color commentary over matches for some of the biggest stars in WWE, WCW, ECW, AEW, Impact & ROH.   Follow "Iron-On Wrestling with Gregory Iron" on all social media platforms: www.facebook.com/irononwrestling www.twitter.com/irononwrestling www.Instagram.com/irononwrestling Back us on Patreon, where you can get complete bonus episodes and additional audio and video content for just $3 a month: www.Patreon.com/IronOnWrestling Follow Gregory Iron: www.Facebook.com/TheHandicappedHero www.Twitter.com/GregoryIron www.Instagram.com/gregory_iron Buy CLASSIC AND EXCLUSIVE Gregory Iron tees here: www.prowrestlingtees.com/GregoryIron To book Gregory Iron for pro wrestling events, speaking engagements, wrestling seminars, school workshops and more contact Greg on his website: www.Gregory-Iron.com Please check out our sponsors: Kayfabe News: Unreal news about an unreal sport! www.KayfabeNews.com Of The Dead Designs: Bringing Artwork To Life! www.OfTheDead.weebly.com SBS Printing: T-shirt one color prints starting at just $5! Done in 3-5 business days! Contact Jesse Massey: antisepticmaxrock@gmail.com Mystic Gear: If you get your pro wrestling gear from anyone but Mystic, you're making a mistake! Follow @MysticGear on Instagram or contact Tania Martin on Facebook! Special thanks to "Ajax" Alex Cantrell for creating the "Iron-On Wrestling" theme song. Check out Alex and his comedy film team "Aldous Mustache" on social media: www.YouTube.com/user/AldousMustache  

The Source
New information brought to light about convicted Texas baby-killer Genene Jones

The Source

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 26, 2022 24:53


An updated book about a former pediatric nurse in Texas reveals new details about the children she's convicted and accused of murdering, and the San Antonio hospital that covered up her crimes.

PBS NewsHour - Segments
Rising COVID hospitalizations in San Antonio burden fatigued health care workers

PBS NewsHour - Segments

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 25, 2022 6:29


The highly contagious omicron variant has brought new daily COVID-19 case numbers to record highs this month. The magnitude of infections have again left many hospitals under tremendous pressure and on the brink. In Texas, where just 58 percent of the state is fully vaccinated, hospitalizations have risen dramatically -- by 80 percent in some cities like San Antonio. Amna Nawaz reports. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders

Thrive LOUD with Lou Diamond
718: Amer Kaissi - "Humbitious"

Thrive LOUD with Lou Diamond

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 25, 2022 30:20


Amer Kaissi is a professional speaker and a certified executive coach. His most recent book is “Humbitious: the power of low-ego, high-drive leadership.” Amer is an award-winning Professor of Healthcare Administration at Trinity University, a Top-15 program. He is also the author of the book “Intangibles: The Unexpected Traits of High-Performing Healthcare Leaders,” which has won the 2019 American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE) Book of the Year award. At Trinity, Amer teaches courses in Leadership, Professional Development and Public Speaking. His research focuses on leadership, coaching, and strategy. He is an avid soccer fan and he lives in San Antonio, Texas with his wife and two teenagers. Listen and learn more about the power of being a "Humbitious" leader in today's world as Amer explains to Lou Diamond on Thrive LOUD *** CONNECT TO LOU DIAMOND & THRIVE LOUD

Manufacturing Happy Hour
Overcoming Technology Hesitancy with Plus One Robotics CEO Erik Nieves

Manufacturing Happy Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 25, 2022 39:53


Erik Nieves is a robotics expert and an individual who believes technology should be used to elevate human existence and well-being. Erik has a very long history in the robotics world and is the CEO and Co-Founder of Plus One Robotics, a company that makes vision software for logistics robots. More than that, they deliver a novel approach that allows industrial robots and humans to work together. If you're trying to figure out what all this means, you'll want to listen to this interview… In this episode, Erik breaks down the problem of technology hesitancy, what that means for companies' bottom lines, and the overall labor shortage in this industry. He explains how robots can help, but also where humans need to step in and lend a helping hand. Erik explains why we need to be empathetic to those who are a little technology hesitant and try to understand why that is. He also shares some stories of how he first got started in robotics, what it's done for his career, and why he's never looked back since. In this episode, find out: How Erik first got started in robotics What the phrase “robots work, people rule” means Why technology hesitancy is a bad thing for manufacturing Why we need to understand why people are hesitant The mindset shift that needs to happen for people to embrace robotics Why keeping technology exclusive to remain competitive as a brand is bad for everyone http://manufacturinghappyhour.com/iTunes (Enjoying the show? Please leave us a review here.) Even one sentence helps. It's feedback from Manufacturing All-Stars like you that keeps us going! Tweetable Quotes: “Robots are pretty good, but they're not going to be all the way. So when they need help, they raise their hand and go, can you give me a leg up on this? And that's when the human intervenes.” “If you are hesitant to bring in technologies that will get the work done a different way, well guess what, you're just going to run your people ragged.” “Robots work, people rule is first off an admission that technology can only take you so far.” Links & mentions: https://plusonerobotics.com/?utm_source=show+notes&utm_medium=link&utm_campaign=manufacturing+happy+hour (Plus One Robotics), providing vision software for logistics robots that delivers an unparalleled approach to human-robot collaboration to tackle the challenges of variability and workforce shortages https://www.senorveggie.com/ (Señor Veggie), a low-key, colorful eatery featuring an eclectic menu of organic, locally-sourced vegan eats in San Antonio, TX Make sure to visit http://manufacturinghappyhour.com/ (http://manufacturinghappyhour.com) for detailed show notes and a full list of resources mentioned in this episode. Stay Innovative, Stay Thirsty.

Whole Mamas Podcast: Motherhood from a Whole30 Perspective
#253: Cook Once Dinner Fix with Author Cassy Joy Garcia

Whole Mamas Podcast: Motherhood from a Whole30 Perspective

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 25, 2022 35:27


Dr. Elana interviews Cassy Joy Garcia, a New York Times bestselling author, of Cook Once Dinner Fix, Cook Once Eat All Week, and Fed and Fit as well as the creative force behind the popular food blog Fed + Fit.  Cassy is a holistic nutrition consultant and on a mission to help moms overcome the challenges of getting dinner on the table! After realizing that her own struggles to get a healthy homemade dinner ready overlapped with the same struggles experienced by her readers, she decided that there must be a better way! So she created the Cook Once method that has revolutionized how people cook.  In today's episode, they discuss Cassy's most recent book, Cook Once Dinner Fix, and what you can learn from her method to make dinner easier on the entire family.  Topics Discussed: How having 2 kids changed the way she cooked What makes Cook Once Dinner Fix unique How to save time and money using the Dinner Fix method How she creates gluten-free, dairy-free, and other dietary restrictions is easy to follow in her cookbook The difference between Cook Once Dinner Fix and Cook Once Eat All Week Mama strategies to encourage kids to eat the dinners you cook! Top two favorite Dinner Fix meals that are staples in her home Practical tips to help encourage moms to plan ahead and make dinners fun and workable! Show Notes: fedandfit.com ; Instagram- @fedandfit Cook Once Dinner Fix on Amazon   Click here to learn more about Dr. Elana Roumell's Doctor Mom Membership, a membership designed for moms who want to be their child's number one health advocate! Click here to learn more about Steph Greunke, RD's online nutrition program and community, Postpartum Reset, an intimate private community and online roadmap for any mama (or mama-to-be) who feels stuck, alone, and depleted and wants to learn how to thrive in motherhood. Listen to today's episode on our website Cassy Joy Garcia, a New York Times bestselling author, of Cook Once Dinner Fix, Cook Once Eat All Week, and Fed and Fit as well as the creative force behind the popular food blog Fed + Fit. Eager to share her healthy living secrets with the world, she started Fed + Fit in 2011. Since then, she became a holistic nutrition consultant and transitioned her personal blog into a tremendously supportive and nimble online wellness editorial, backed by a small but mighty team of writers, researchers, and editors. After realizing that her own struggles to get a healthy homemade dinner on the table overlapped with the same struggles experienced by her readers, she decided that there must be a better way. The Cook Once method was born and it has revolutionized how people cook. She lives in San Antonio, TX with her husband and two children. This Episode's Sponsors  FOND Bone Broth crafts bone broth so good, you'll want to sip it every day. Brewed by hand with a completely plastic-free process, FOND uses organic herb infusions for next-level flavor. You truly have never tasted bone broth like this! To get 20% off visit fondbonebroth.com/doctormom and use code DOCTORMOM. Active Skin Repair is a must-have for everyone to keep themselves and their families healthy and clean.  Keep a bottle in the car to spray your face after removing your mask, a bottle in your medicine cabinet to replace your toxic first aid products, and one in your outdoor pack for whatever life throws at you.  Use code DOCTORMOM to receive 20% off your order + free shipping. Visit BLDGActive.com to order. Discover for yourself why Needed is trusted by women's health practitioners and mamas alike to support optimal pregnancy outcomes. Try their 4 Part Complete Nutrition plan which includes a Prenatal Multi, Omega-3, Collagen Protein, and Pre/Probiotic. To get started, head to thisisneeded.com, and use code DOCTORMOM50 for $50 off Needed's Complete Plan! INTRODUCE YOURSELF to Steph and Dr. Elana on Instagram. They can't wait to meet you! @stephgreunke @drelanaroumell Please remember that the views and ideas presented on this podcast are for informational purposes only.  All information presented on this podcast is for informational purposes and not intended to serve as a substitute for the consultation, diagnosis, and/or medical treatment of a healthcare provider. Consult with your healthcare provider before starting any diet, supplement regimen, or to determine the appropriateness of the information shared on this podcast, or if you have any questions regarding your treatment plan.

The Source
Pelaez: Awareness and education can help move the needle on San Antonio's domestic violence crisis

The Source

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 25, 2022 24:49


Texas Standard
Texas Standard: January 24, 2022

Texas Standard

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 24, 2022 50:41


Austin has ’em, so does San Antonio–now, almost five years after Hurricane Harvey, Harris County officials are looking into massive underground tunnels to help with flooding. Also, why Texas is one of only four states where employment numbers have bounced back to pre-pandemic levels. And, Austin-based author on her new book exploring the Mexican American […]

Bridal Buzz
Wedding Story: Alanna and Jonathan Reyes

Bridal Buzz

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 24, 2022 24:36


Welcome to the 127th episode of San Antonio's Wedding Podcast, Bridal Buzz. In today's episode, your host Kat sits down in the Bridal Buzz studio with local TV personality, Alanna Reyes (formerly Sarabia), to discuss all the juicy details about her love story with Jonathan and the gorgeous San Antonio area wedding they just recently had. Hear from Alanna about the way they met all the way to how it feels now to call him husband. Keep up with Bridal Buzz as they explore the San Antonio Weddings scene: https://www.bridalbuzz.com​ or find them on social media: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bridalbuzzsa Twitter: https://twitter.com/bridalbuzzsa?lang=en​ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/bridalbuzzsa/ Todays episode is sponsored by the amazing team at 18th Amendment Mobile Bar Service. Learn more about their bar and bartending services here https://sanantonioweddings.com/vendor-profile/18th-amendment-bartending/

Best Book Ever
083 Marion Hill on "Parable of the Sower" by Octavia Butler

Best Book Ever

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 24, 2022 37:53


It's always a delight to talk to one of the readers I admire most: returning guest of the show Marion Hill. Today, Marion joined me to talk about the sci-fi classic “Parable of the Sower,” and we had a great discussion about repeated readings, what makes a book sci-fi, and how Octavia Butler transcends any genre. Support the Best Book Ever Podcast on Patreon Follow the Best Book Ever Podcast on Instagram or on the Best Book Ever Website Do you have a book you want to tell me about? Go HERE to apply to be a guest on the Best Book Ever Podcast.   Host: Julie Strauss Website/Instagram     Guest: Marion Hill Instagram/Website   Discussed in this episode: The Parable of the Sower by Octavia Butler (After we recorded this episode, I spotted this haunting graphic novel version of the book) The Autobiography of Malcolm X as told to Alex Haley Where Do We Go from Here: Chaos or Community? by Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Caste: The Origins of Our Discontents by Isabel Wilkerson The Fifth Season by NK Jemison The Left Hand of Darkness by Ursula K. LeGuin The Dispossessed by Ursula K. LeGuin Kindred by Octavia Butler Parable of the Talents by Octavia Butler Artpace Gallery, San Antonio, Texas Wild Seed by Octavia Butler (Listen to Marti Dumas tell me about Wild Seed on Episode 030) The Little Country by Charles de Lint Memory and Dream by Charles de Lint (Listen to Marion's tell me about this book on Episode 008) Winter's Tale by Mark Helprin The Invisible Man by Ralph Ellison   Discussed in our Patreon Exclusive clip All the Seas of the World by Guy Gavriel Kay The Nickel Boys by Colson Whitehead Sag Harbor by Colson Whitehead   (Note: Some of the above links are affiliate links, meaning I get a few bucks off your purchase at no extra expense to you. Anytime you shop for books, you can use my affiliate link on Bookshop, which also supports Indie Bookstores around the country. If you're shopping for everything else – clothes, office supplies, gluten-free pasta, couches – you can use my affiliate link for Amazon. Thank you for helping to keep the Best Book Ever Podcast in business!)

The Source
Centro de Artes reopens amid public art funding debate

The Source

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 24, 2022 23:53


Funding for public art is a hot topic amid ongoing negotiations over the City of San Antonio's $1.2 billion bond package proposal, as council members seem split on whether to take some dollars from public art for other projects.

The Source
Will San Antonio voters approve $5 million to renovate and expand the Sunken Garden Theater?

The Source

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 24, 2022 25:09


According to the Brackenridge Park Conservancy, the proposed renovations aim to make the Sunken Garden Theater “a more functional event venue for all the citizens of San Antonio.”

Real Estate Espresso
Jacob Garza

Real Estate Espresso

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2022 13:07


Jacob Garza hails all the way from San Antonio, Texas where he owns and manages a portfolio of approximately 2,800 apartments. Jacob got his start as a founder of a property management software company before selling the company and transitioning into owning apartments. You can learn more and connect with Jacob at jacob@jacobgarza.com or you can visit his website at reepequity.com. ------------------ Host: Victor Menasce email: podcast@victorjm.com

Brooklyn Buzz
The Brooklyn Buzz – Harden and Kyrie Lead the Nets to a Win in San Antonio

Brooklyn Buzz

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 22, 2022 66:39


Nick Fay and Jac Manuell recap the Nets' win over the Spurs! Nets beat the Spurs, 117-102 - MVP Harden  - Kyrie cooks in the 4th  - LMA and Patty return to SA  - Rook minutes  - Good minutes for Bruce  - Nic Claxton injury  - Gary Harris rumor   - AND MORE Let Nick (@Nick_Fay_) and Jac (@JacManuell) know what you think of the episode on Twitter! Brooklyn Buzz Merch: https://www.teepublic.com/t-shirt/25264074-brooklyn-buzz-classic?store_id=902592 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

“What It’s Really Like to be an Entrepreneur”
Award Winning Movie Director Kicks Off Gasparilla Overload

“What It’s Really Like to be an Entrepreneur”

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2022 21:37


Welcome to the 1st episode of the Gasparilla Overload. Starting today, an entrepreneur with ties to Florida will be interviewed through Tampa's holiday, Gasparilla. This week's spotlight story features Martin Scorsese. Award-winning Movie Director, Writer, and Producer George Siegal kicks off our celebration."I am the Director/Producer of The Last House Standing, a documentary film about how everyone needs a home that doesn't blow away, wash away, or burn down. We now have the film available for educators and libraries on our website. I've also started the Tell Us How to Make It Better podcast, where you meet real people, working on real-world problems, providing actual solutions. https://tellushowtomakeitbetter.com/listenMy career started in front of the camera as a weathercaster, newscaster, and sportscaster. I worked in markets from Los Angeles to San Francisco, Seattle, Detroit, and San Antonio, Texas. In 2001 I formed J.E.L. Productions, a video production company that produces commercials, infomercials, television programs and documentary films. We created original programming, which included a Texas Travel Program and a building and remodeling show.In 2018 I started Move the World Films. I wrote, directed and produced the award-winning documentary films The Last House Standing and License to Parent."LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/george-siegal-mtwf/Website: movetheworldfilms.org  Season 13 (Episode #175 of "That Entrepreneur Show")Each week since 2019, the founder of a company or brand shares what worked for them, what they needed to improve on, and all of their learning lessons along the way.Move the World Films was created by George Siegal in 2018 to make documentary films about important issues in our lives. ​Our current production is the award-winning documentary The Last House Standing, a film about how every year millions of people suffer the wrath of Mother Nature, as infrastructure is demolished, houses are flooded and swept away, and lives are lost.Move the World Films Mission: Our mission is to tackle those issues in society which damage children, the elderly, and the environment, and to offer clear solutions that will improve people's lives.Listen to all episodes here: https://ThatEntrepreneurShow.Buzzsprout.comWebsite:  https://www.VincentALanci.com/.Digital Editing Inquiries: Email PodcastsByLanci@Gmail.comHost Name: Vincent A. LanciYouTube: youtube.com/channel/UCy0dil34Q5ILEuHgLVmfhXQInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/vincentalanciInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/thatentrepreneurshowFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/ThatEntrepreneurShowTwitter: twitter.com/PodcastsByLanciLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/showcase/thatentrepreneurshowAdventure by MusicbyAden | https://soundcloud.com/musicbyadenHappy | https://soundcloud.com/morning-kulishow/happy-background-music-no-copyright-fun-royalty-free-music-free-downloadSpotlight Story and Quote Source: Biography.com, BrainyQuote.com

Remarkable Results Radio Podcast
What Is The Best Thing You Can Do As An Owner? Leave! [RR 712]

Remarkable Results Radio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2022 35:15


Key Talking Points The best thing you can do as an owner is leaving Edgar (26 years old) joined a coaching group- going to the next level, providing solutions and networking. Started as a technician, dove into training, and had the goal to be the shop foreman. If you don't have a plan of action to achieve the goal it will continue to just be a goal without reaching it.  Structure- store director- oversee the entire shop, lead service advisor, production director- shop workflow, and shop foreman. Moving from in training to store director-  Interviewing Edgar- he was moving from corporate to independent, John saw desire and passion.  Leaders continuing their own training and education- leaders are readers. You can't expect your employees to pursue training for themselves if you don't do the same.  Disagreements need to be honest and transparent- blind spots happen  Opening the second location- brand recognition from store 1, involved in community events and chamber meetings, placed new business where existing customers were living. Challenges- not knowing what you don't know even with a successful first shop. Documented the challenges for store 2 to remember for store 3.  Brainstorming for the future- the next ‘big thing' is making what you have work better and more efficient. Training center facility for other shops in the area.  Connect with the show: https://aftermarketradionetwork.com/ (Aftermarket Radio Network) http://youtube.com/carmcapriotto (Subscribe on YouTube) https://remarkableresults.biz/episodes (Visit us on the Web) https://www.facebook.com/RemarkableResultsPodcast (Follow on Facebook) https://remarkableresults.biz/insider/ (Become an Insider) https://www.buymeacoffee.com/carm (Buy me a coffee) https://remarkableresults.biz/books/ (Important Books) Check out today's partners:       This episode is brought to you by AAPEX, the Automotive Aftermarket Products Expo. AAPEX represents the $740 billion global automotive aftermarket industry and has everything you need to stay ahead of the curve.  AAPEX 2021 is in the record books and lived up to presenting leading-technical and business management training from some of the industry's best and brightest. Now set your sights on Las Vegas in 2022. Mark your calendar now … November 1-3, 2022, AAPEX - Now more than ever. This episode is brought to you by Shop-Ware Shop Management. It's time to run your business at its fullest potential with the industry's leading technology. Shop-Ware Shop Management will increase your efficiency with lightning-fast workflows, help your staff capture more sales every day, and create very happy customers who promote your business. Shops running Shop-Ware have More Time and generate More Profit—join them! Schedule a free live demonstration and find out how 30 minutes can transform your shop at https://getshopware.com/carm (getshopware.com/carm) John Long started to gain more interest in vehicles and just after his 21stbirthday he accepted a position working at National Tire & Battery as a service advisor. He knew nothing about tires or vehicle systems and how they worked, but he learned as much as he could. In 2005, John and his wife decided it was time for a move. He arrived in San Antonio late on a Friday night after driving 24 hours straight and interviewed with Mark Roberts on Saturday morning. Mark hired John, and for the next several years he helped grow the new mechanical repair shop business. Listen to John's previous episodes https://remarkableresults.biz/?s=%22John+Long%22 (HERE). Mark Roberts is the owner of Schertz Auto Service,  Mark also serves on the Board at Shertz Community Bank, is a Board of Director of Guadalupe Valley Electric Cooperative, Guadalupe Valley Home Services Corporation, and the Guadalupe Valley Economic Development Corporation. Listen to Mark's previous episodes...

The Beginner Photography Podcast
BPP Rewind: Sara Blanco - Creating Family Photography

The Beginner Photography Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2022 52:06


Todays Rewind guest is Sara Blanco, a family lifestyle photographer in San Antonio, TX using natural light to capture those little moments that mean everything to you. Her website says "I wake up every day excited to meet new people and create images they will carry for the rest of their lives." Today I am excited to talk about creating more personal family photography!

Locked On Thunder - Daily Podcast On The Oklahoma City Thunder
Why isn't Aaron Wiggins on an NBA Deal?, OKC Thunder come out flat, Kenrich Williams trade rumors

Locked On Thunder - Daily Podcast On The Oklahoma City Thunder

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2022 33:46


Rylan Stiles (@Rylan_Stiles on Twitter) dives into the Oklahoma City Thunder coming out flat against the San Antonio Spurs in a game that lacked effort from the start. The OKC Thunder addressed NBA Trade Deadline rumors regarding Kenrich Williams as Mark Daigneault addresses the media before the Thunder game against the Spurs. OKC rookie wing Aaron Wiggins is one of the few highlights against San Antonio, why hasn't the Oklahoma City rookie received an NBA standard deal? Vit Krejci injury update. Mamadi Diakite plays well for the Bricktown Boys. Sam Presti has a tough call to make on Kenrich Williams, and should Mark Daigneault let Tre Mann cook more? Darius Bazley plays awful for the Thunder, what is his biggest flaw? 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 AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. PrizePicks Don't hesitate, check out PrizePicks.com and use promo code: “NBA” or go to your app store and download the app today. PrizePicks is daily fantasy made easy! #OKCThunder #NBATradeDeadline #NBATradeRumors #NBA Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The Uncontested OKC Thunder Podcast
Post Game #44: Thunder fall flat in San Antonio, lose 118-96

The Uncontested OKC Thunder Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2022 32:49


JD and Jacob break down the Thunder's loss to the Spur's on Wednesday night. Aaron Wiggins was one of the only bright spots on offense on a night where the Spurs took away all of SGA and Giddey's offensive options.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The Data Chief
Using Data to Transform the Fan Experience in Football and Basketball: Insights from the Indianapolis Colts and Orlando Magic

The Data Chief

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 50:59


There's nothing like watching your favorite sports team live and in-person. The roar of the crowd. The smell of the concession stand. The suspense of the game clock winding down to its final seconds. But would you have guessed that behind every ticket purchase, box of cracker jacks, and Jumbotron moment, there are teams of data professionals working to make your fan experience even more seamless and engaging?Joining Cindi today to discuss the data and analytics powering our favorite sports events are Jay Riola, the SVP of Strategy & Innovation for the Orlando Magic, and Charlie Shin, the VP of Data Strategy and Analytics for the Indianapolis Colts. With perspectives from both the NBA and the NFL, Jay and Charlie explore the evolution of mobile ticketing, challenges with identity management, the importance of building fan trust, and the most surprising insights they've ever discovered within their data. Key TakeawaysCustomers expect more for their data: When customers share their data, they expect something in return. Respecting their privacy and keeping their data safe are the bare minimum. They expect real, tangible value. As a business, your responsibility is to use this data to enhance their experience. Whether that be through custom offers, more relevant content recommendations, or more seamless purchasing experiences, what matters most is that you're delivering on the expectation of value.Collecting data is one thing, putting it together is another: While technologies like mobile payments and social media have made it easier for businesses to collect data, they've also added complexity to the process of building accurate customer profiles. To truly understand the person on the other side of the screen, you must have the right skills and infrastructure to bring all that data together. Great data scientists need to be a triple threat: It is no longer enough to be very good at the technical components of your job and “so-so” at translating insights into actionable recommendations for business stakeholders. The best data scientists have technical chops, a deep understanding of how their business works, and the storytelling skills to turn insights into influence.Key QuotesCharlie:“In sports, they started off by focusing on the product, which is the on-field performance, our players. So a lot of the emphasis was using datas to optimize their investments, enhance their quality of on-field performance. But as the competition grew… now we've seen a shift where the focus is more on the customers and their experience in addition to the on-field quality.”“Identity management is a key topic in sports at this point… We have a variety of different data sources, whether it's ticketing, merchandising, digital engagement, or website or apps, there's a lot of information that's coming through. And then we're trying to figure out how do we tie all this together so that we have that clear understanding of that single view of our customers across these touchpoints. And I don't think this is just a sports industry challenge, right? I think it's a challenge across all industries that manage consumer information.”Jay:“We were a pretty early adopter of variable ticket pricing and thinking about the value from a ticket perspective of our games differently based on the team that we were playing, the time of the year, whether it was early in the season versus later in the season, obviously weekday versus weekend, but just recognizing that the marketplace values these games differently and so should we... Then it became, how do we dynamically price our tickets? How are we changing pricing as we approach games to reflect the demand situation that we have or if an opponent is performing better or worse than we expected, and we can raise or lower pricing. I think where data is really helping guide us… is product development and thinking about ticketing in new and kind of transformational ways.”“We have seen significant growth in ticketing revenue and improvement in retention of fans, as we've introduced this more sophisticated way of thinking about pricing and sales to our business. And I would venture to guess that most teams that have implemented this are seeing returns as well in terms of revenue growth and also total ticket sold.”“We are fortunate to work in an industry where fans are more willing to share their data with us… But I do think that the same expectations do come along, which is I'm giving you something and in return, there's an expectation, obviously that you will protect my data and store it safely… but also that now you're going to enrich my experience with you somehow… I think it's kind of shifting responsibility to companies to be far more active in how they think about not just security and data management, but returning value on that expectation that will come from your fans and your consumers.”About CharlieCharlie Shin is a highly analytical customer strategy and marketing executive with global and domestic experience in data analytics, strategic planning, project management, customer segmentation, customer relationship management, and KPI management. He excels at guiding enterprise data strategy, CRM initiatives, and organization-wide marketing technology infrastructure.Prior to joining the Colts, Charlie was a VP of Strategy & Analytics at MLS for past 15 years where he developed the foundation and enhanced league-wide data strategy, analytic capabilities and CRM technology infrastructure. He also worked as a senior business consultant at Samsung OpenTide and PwC Consulting for over six years managing various projects related to customer strategy, CRM strategy, performance marketing, customer segmentation and new business model development. In addition, he currently serves as an adjunct faculty at NYU and Columbia University.Charlie holds a BA in business administration from Yonsei University and an MS in sports business from New York University.About JayJay Riola is entering his 16th season with the Orlando Magic. He was promoted to senior vice president of strategy & innovation in July 2019. Riola oversees the Magic's business strategy and innovation efforts including data engineering, strategy and analytics, mobile strategy, CRM, digital marketing and marketing technology, as well as other strategic initiatives and special projects.Riola started with the Magic as an intern in 2006 and worked as part of the Magic's internal team overseeing the design and construction of the Amway Center, which opened in 2010. Since 2010, he has worked in several roles to grow the Magic's data and analytics program from a small, startup effort into a department that is regarded by sports industry professionals as a best-in-class team. Riola has also helped lead the Magic's mobile strategy and digital technology efforts, including advancement of the team's mobile app and development of new and innovative digital ticketing solutions. In 2016, he helped lead the process to bring the Orlando Magic's G-League team, the Lakeland Magic, to Lakeland, Florida, negotiating the deal with the City of Lakeland and the RP Funding Center.In addition to his role with the Magic, Riola is an adjunct instructor with the DeVos Sport Business Management Graduate Program at the University of Central Florida, where he teaches a sport business analytics course. He is active in the broader sports business industry serving on several boards and advisory committees, including currently serving as chair for UCF's DeVos Sports Business Management Program's Advisory Board, Baylor University's Center for Sports Strategy and Sales (S3), KORE Software's Customer Advisory Board, the Greater Orlando Sports Commission's Human Rights Committee for its 2026 FIFA World Cup Candidate City Bid and the NBA's Team Innovation Advisory Council (TIAC). Riola also serves on the board of Sports2Change, a nonprofit organization he founded that encourages volunteerism among youth student-athletes in Central Florida.Riola received his bachelor's degree in business administration with concentrations in finance and marketing from Trinity University in San Antonio, Texas in 2006, where he played on the men's basketball team. He received his MBA from the University of Florida in 2011. Riola currently resides in Orlando's College Park neighborhood with his wife, Julia. They have a daughter, Madeline, and a son, Mason.--The Data Chief is presented by our friends at ThoughtSpot. Searching through your company's data for insights doesn't have to be complicated. With ThoughtSpot, anyone in your organization can easily answer their own data questions, find the facts, and make better, faster decisions. Learn more at thoughtspot.com. 

Brews Less Traveled
Episode 33 - San Antonio Week 2

Brews Less Traveled

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 45:20


This month on the Brews Less Traveled Beer Club Podcast, Julie and co-host Mike explore the craft beer scene of San Antonio, TX. We continue our stop in San Antonio with Weathered Soul Brewing Company's “Off the Rails” Berliner-Style Sour and “Hardwood Classics”, a German Pilsner. Also, enjoy a conversation with special guest Marcus Baskerville, Head Brewer and Co-Founder of Weathered Souls Brewing Company and creator of the Black is Beautiful initiative. In this episode, Julie, Mike, and Marcus chat about brewing traditional beers over beers with adjuncts. Marcus explains Black is Beautiful, a collaborative project to raise funds for criminal justice reform. Since Black is Beautiful began, more than 1,200 breweries across 22 countries have collaborated on the project. Marcus shares what's next for Black is Beautiful, starting with the Harriet Baskerville Incubation Program, a program that gives women and people of color an opportunity to get educated on running a brick-and-mortar brewery. You can drink along with us from the comfort of home! Join the Brews Less Traveled beer club, get delicious beers delivered monthly, then tune into our weekly interactive virtual beer tastings on Wednesday evenings. Visit https://brewvana.com/product/beer-of-the-month-club to join! Cheers! Subscribe to the most well-traveled beer podcast in the nation! Follow us as we travel the country finding America's BEST undiscovered craft beer! Black is Beautiful - https://blackisbeautiful.beer/ Talent on Tap Scholarship - https://www.citybrewtours.com/talent-on-tap/ Instagram - www.instagram.com/brewvana Facebook - www.facebook.com/brewvana

Going West: True Crime
The Anaqua Springs Murders // 167

Going West: True Crime

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 50:19


In January of 2019, a mother and her two daughters were found dead inside their home in San Antonio, Texas. They all appeared to be shot, and an autopsy revealed that a murder-suicide had occurred. But with the local Sheriff putting the mothers autopsy into question, an investigation into what could have really happened began. This is the story of the Anaqua Springs Murders and the deaths of Nichol Olsen, Alexa Montez, and London Bribiescas. This episode is sponsored by: Eaze Click the following link and use our PROMO code for 30% off your order. https://fanlink.to/eazegw PROMO code GOINGWEST Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Remote Real Estate Investor
What investors need to know about buying in Galveston TX

The Remote Real Estate Investor

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 42:46


Ariana White is part of the Roofstock Certified Agent Network and serves in the Galveston TX area. In this episode, she shares what investors need to be looking at if they are considering investing in the Galveston market. We cover both the short term and longterm rental markets, property taxes, zoning, climate and much more.      Ariana's contact info: arianawhitesellstx@gmail.com - @arianasellstexas --- Transcript   Before we jump into the episode, here's a quick disclaimer about our content. The Remote Real Estate Investor podcast is for informational purposes only, and is not intended as investment advice. The views, opinions and strategies of both the hosts and the guests are their own and should not be considered as guidance from Roofstock. Make sure to always run your own numbers, make your own independent decisions and seek investment advice from licensed professionals.   Michael: What's going on everybody? Welcome to another episode of The Remote Real Estate Investor. I'm Michael Albaum and today I'm joined by Ariana and Larry White. And they're gonna be talking to us today both about the long term and short term rental markets out in Houston and Galveston, Texas. So let's get right into it.   Ariana and Larry White, thank you both so much for joining me today. I really appreciate you taking the time.   Ariana: Yeah.   Larry: Pleasure to be here, man.   Michael: I'm so excited. You two are kicking butt in the short term rental space out in the Houston and Galveston markets. And I'm wondering if you can give our listeners just a really quick background on who you two are as power couple.   Ariana: Oh, power couple. Wow, that's nice.   Larry: Crazy. Yeah. All right, Jay Z and Beyonce over here.   Michael: That's it.   Ariana: But you're Beyonce, and I'm Jay Z!   So um, so my name is Ariana. I've been a real estate agent for eight years. And I originally started in Vegas, I managed a team out there. Larry drags me to Houston, and actually took like a year off of real estate while I got my license here. And now I manage a team out in Houston. And so we specialize primarily in first time homebuyers and investors. And now going deep into the short term rental market.   Michael: Awesome. Love it. And Beyonce. I mean, Larry?   Larry: Yeah. And so I have a little bit different. I started about 1516 years ago, and convinced her to get into real estate, about halfway through my career. And so I've been a pretty successful solo agent, ran some very large teams grew a national real estate brokerage around foreclosures and REOs, which took me into the investor space to begin with. And so now we really have some of the most successful groups of Realtors across the country that we teach to duplicate what we did. And we focus and Ariana has a very successful team here in Houston. And as she mentioned, we're actually in the short term rental space personally. And so we're teaching other people, you know, investors that come to us quite often teaching them how to kind of duplicate what we've done and learn from our mistakes as well.   Michael: Oh, my God, amazing. Well, we are going to have a lot of fun with this episode. I can't wait to hear about what you two are doing personally, in the short term rental space. But to kick things off, I would love to just get a high level overview of the Houston and kind of Galveston markets. Ariana, as you see them, like what should investors What do investors need to know if I'm totally unfamiliar with those markets?   Ariana: Yeah, so Houston is really interesting, because we're one of the only cities where there is no zoning in Houston.   Michael: So multi family, commercial single family, there's no…   Ariana: Whatever you want.   Michael: A whole smorgasbord.   Ariana: Yes, and it changes as it goes out into the suburbs. But um, what's really every street is different in Houston. And there's certain little, little neighborhoods that have been, you know, people have moved in and fixed up old homes, and it's really developed, each little area of Houston has really developed its own adorable community. And I will say that the most, for the most part, my investors typically end up being either somewhere around the Med Center, which is a community here it is full of like young professional renters. And there many people in grad school, you have ages down there, Rice University is down there. And there's lots of young professionals that are all working in the hospitals. And so that area is a big area for renters and very high rents, and that is located in the heart of Houston.   And also, one of the biggest areas that we're currently seeing is the Spring Tomball Humble. It's looks like humble, you pronounce it Um, okay, so, um, that neighborhood, the all of those neighborhoods, and great low tax rates, that's going to be like the major. That's the key piece. You're looking for a low tax rate in Texas, because property taxes can fluctuate a lot. Yeah. And all of those areas seem to have like young, single family homes that are consistently rented and low property taxes, which is a double win. So those are up and coming areas. Right now we're seeing a lot of our investors kind of go towards   Michael: Love it.   Larry: And then on the you know, it shifts a little bit when you start getting into the short term rental market, right? Because the taxes, I mean, you always want the lowest taxes. But if you are able to, you know, they talk about in real estate, location, location, location, right. So if you have a high demand because your next Minute Maid Park, because you're in Galveston, and it's a beach destination, not just for people coming in from out of town, but from people in Houston going and renting beach houses and stuff, their taxes can be offset that way. And so that's where you start getting into what is the drive? What is the demand? And like, what are our occupancy ratios, you know, for the entire month.   And so that's where you start looking at seasonality and what's driving traffic, are there sporting events, or they're this or they're that. And that's where a lot of our investors can start buying maybe a little bit more expensive properties, right, like, maybe they go down to Edo, which is kind of East downtown, which is one of the top four markets and neighborhoods. And if you were doing a long term rental, it wouldn't make sense, it has high tax rates, you have to minimum prices, probably around 430. And it probably only rents for $3,000 a month. So most of the time, that's not going to pencil out for a long term.   But you switch that to a short term, that it's close proximity to everything, and you can get three or $400 that night, and it's occupied 50% of the month, you start doing those, those numbers and you're like, Oh, hold on, this makes sense. So this is really where, you know, when you're looking at an investor, what is your strategy? What is your goal this year, and then we try and create a portfolio or a plan that aligns with their goals. And the numbers will tell us if we're on the right track or not.   Michael: I love it. I love it. So and I think this is great, the conversation kind of naturally bifurcated into the long term side and the short term side, which is I think exactly where I want to take it anyhow. So getting back to the long term side for just a minute. And then I wanted to back to the short term side. What should people be aware of in terms of like, big companies that are headquartered out there? Like, why are people moving to the Houston Galveston area? And then for the short term side? Why are they visiting the area? I know you mentioned the beach, but curious to know, what other attractions are drawing people to the area?   Ariana: Yeah, so in Houston, and what's real, we have seen what I'm lovingly referring to as the great migration. So we have had a lot of people move here from out of state, their number one draw is low cost of living, right, much lower than many other states that we're going to see either on the East Coast or on the West Coast. And, and what people are really looking for, and what I'm seeing mostly is, um, they're having, like the biggest draw is space. And we see a lot of people moving here from like, very populated areas. And granted, you can get a city feel here, but you can also go 30 minutes out and have an acre of land if you want to and have a full garden and farm and some cows like I mean, and you can have all kinds of tax exemptions, too.   So if for any of our military clients, you get a huge tax tax exemption, particularly if you're a disabled vet, you have a homestead exemption here for property taxes. If this is your main living area, you can also have a senior citizen tax exemption. So Texas is really they love tax exemption. So a lot of our clients will use them.   To draw that's a huge draw to Texas, people are looking for a little bit more space to either like a personal or business. I'm out here. short term rental wise in Galveston area. We have Moody Gardens. It's the closest beach the water's warm, and it's like a really great place to go take young like children because it doesn't get super deep. And   Larry: Yeah, the NASA you have the space center, right and so all of that starts to come into play, which gives you a pretty good occupancy. And what we've seen during kind of this pandemic, right is that people have been wanting to get away and have more staycations and stuff as well. So you know when we get into our we have a short term rental we have a 20 acre ranch out in Fredericksburg and we saw our vacancies like drop drastically because everybody was able to work from home. So as long as we had a decent Wi Fi, they were like, Well, man, why don't I go out in Texas wine country, you know, versus my house and let's go on and the kids can go play outside and do this.   So it you know, the market is changing, and we just have to keep stepping along with it. And the customers will tell us exactly what they're looking for.   Ariana: Yeah, I actually had a client today call me today. She's gonna be moving here from California. And she's a nurse. And she's like, and I was like, you know, what's your timeline look like? When do you want to be here, and she said, You know, I can really move anytime I'm just planning on flying back. She's in the Bay Area in California. And she's like, I'm just planning on flying back to work. And then I'll live in Texas,   Michael: She's gonna commute.   Ariana: Mm hmm. And that was a very common thing that we see. So if you're able to remote work, or maybe you don't have to be in the office only, like one or two days a week, people are just buying a little, you know, having a little studio wherever they are based out of renting that out when they're not they're coming back living their main life in Texas and doing you know, flip flopping the opposite. So yeah, so it's, it's provided a lot of this new way of looking at how to be efficient in your workforce has provided a lot of opportunities for a lot of people, as well, in their, you know, in looking looking at your business in a different way.   Michael: Oh, that's incredible. Gonna be racking up those frequent flyer miles for sure. Yeah. That's awesome. So Arianna, you were mentioning a couple of the neighborhoods up and coming neighborhoods? Yeah. That you were seeing curious if you can give everyone listening and watching an idea of kind of price points. And what you mean when you say low taxes?   Ariana: Yes. Okay. So taxes here in Texas can range differently depending on every every little city has a different tax rate. And so we're known for having our property taxes be a little bit higher than some other states. And so that was definitely something that we have to consider when you're going into an investment property, right, the taxes can either make you or break you. And so when we're looking at properties that we're submitting to Roofstock, and for our investors, I am looking specifically for areas that have lower tax rates, because those are the ones that are giving us our best ROI. So one city here is Missouri City, it's south of the heart of Houston. And that city has notoriously low tax rates, which is great. It's also like a high, it's not a city feel. And it is a suburbia field. So there's lots of single family residences there. That area typically commutes to Houston for work. So there's lots of renters in that area. We've seen great success there.   And Rosenberg, Tomball, Spring, and Humble. Those are all of those areas have had really low tax rates in certain pockets and have given our investors like a really good opportunity to get a home up there.   Larry: And also what you're seeing is that Houston is expanding, right? If you look at from Dallas, to Houston over to Austin, San Antonio is called the Texas triangle. Okay, it's the fastest growing region in the country. And so what happened? What's happening? You have Dallas expanding, you have Austin, San Antonio, expanding, you have Houston expanding? And so everything's kind of like merging together together. Yeah. Uh huh. And so these suburbs, right, like, especially when you start getting this increase in prices, you know, people start going outside of the metro area, because the metro area, the median price point might be 400 500, etc. Now they can move out and pay 200 300 and get, you know, just a lot more bang for your buck.   And so those cities that that she's talking about there are starting to see that and so they're still have a lot of population, a lot of people going to them, you have the difference in the prices, which could help you drastically if you're in that long term rental space.   Michael: Totally. And what are some of those medium price points and associated rents that you'd expect to see in some of these markets?   Ariana: So for the suburbia area of Houston, and what I'm typically seeing median price points, you can find a for the ideal property, right? The ideal property is a four bedroom. Single Story, maybe two story home, two and a half bath. And right now we're seeing those rents typically, well, we're seeing those sales, typically between 280,000 to 400,000, depending on the community, somewhere in that I just got one of my Roofstock investors into a new home community actually, this one particular new home community, a lot of 10% investors. And so we were one of the last homes to get in there. And he bought a beautiful four bedroom, two and a half bath in a great neighborhood brand new home. And he got that one for 330. And so that was yeah, it was it was a great, great deal. And we're expecting to rent it out for right around $3,000.   Michael: Holy smokes. I mean, you're just flirting with that 1% rule.   Ariana: Yes, we're right. We can get like right in there. If I get like one person, I get really super excited. So we're like, right there.   Michael: Yeah, awesome. Well, something I think people like either fail to recognize or don't want to recognize is like, you might not buy it at 1%. But in five years, it could absolutely be a 1% property and all your expenses should remain relatively unchanged or increased slightly. But if your rent can outpace your expense increase, you got to meet in the shade.   Larry: Yeah. And here's one of the things for Texas, specifically that you have to think about in 2008. And nine, the market got crushed, right. I mean, we like we came from Las Vegas, we saw homes depreciate 60 to 70%. Yeah, right, like just crush, you did not see that same price depreciation here in Texas for a reason, right? You also didn't see it go up 90%, like you saw really good appreciation, you didn't see the counter the effects of the depreciation. And part of that is because to do a cash out refi, like the state of Texas requires that if you're going to pull money out, you have to keep 80% in your home, so you still had some you still had a cushion there.   So they might have lost their equity. Right, but they weren't upside down on their homes. And I'm not saying that Texas wasn't affected or anything like that. It just wasn't as affected as much as some of the other areas. And so, you know, there's an appreciation, because there's this built in stability factor here in Texas, that you're going to get some appreciation play. It's not going to be 90%. But it's going to be healthy, it's going to be sustainable, which is what we saw in the last cycle.   Michael: Interesting. Okay. Very good to know. Very good to know. And from a short term rental perspective, what is it that you look for? Because you taught you spoke about your ideal, you know, for two and a half single story for your long term? What is it that you're looking for when you're putting short term stuff on Rootstock?   Ariana: So specifically to Galveston, we like to have something that's close to beach access, that's going to be number one, it doesn't have to be exactly on the water, either. It can be a couple streets back as long as you're able to get there. There's also some services in Galveston, if you do get once a little bit farther away, you can rent a golf cart for the week. So those are fun services that you can have awesome with your rentals as well. And access to the look, there's like maybe like one gigantic strip going down Galveston, so access to that, but not so close that it's going to impede or you have to cross it to get to the water. And that's ideal. And then what we're always looking for is a space that has enough to at least have one of the bedrooms have a couple bunk beds in it.   So an ideal situation is that you could fit, you know, at least two bedrooms, preferably three bedrooms, and a big living area. And a lot of the houses and Galson. I know you said you'd never been up here. They're up high. So they're up high to make way for the water to come in. So they're built on stilts. And so it's called a pier and beam, but they're up high. And so a lot of times there is like an outdoor activity where that people can add that to the house, under under the under the actual house. So there's like badminton and some people put pool tables down there and make use of the space. It's a very, it's super fun to drive through because all the houses are really tall. They all look like they're walking.   So yeah. So if you've never been to I mean, it's really, really it's an Galveston, my girlfriend was just there this weekend, they rented a big old house for her. Typically, it's like at least two families people have to travel together to Galveston. So um, so she wanted a big ol house and the people that were next to her were from Fort Worth, and they had you know, they had six kids and for adults with them and people like to go because when you go to the beach you don't have to be the only one in charge of your children right so   Michael: Built in babysitters   Ariana: But it's so accessible to so many parts of Texas you know it's just a it's the closest beach to most people in Texas so and no to everybody in Texas I gotta Yeah, I'm on the road down south to like Corpus Christi, right. But it's it's The closest beach to so many of us, yeah, that it's, um, it's just so accessible. So one of the big things is just obviously like, making sure it's super clean, outdoor showers are a big plus. So that you can stand inside your house, these are all kind of things you have to think about to be Galveston specific. And, and then water rental situations, you know, you can have that extra up, you can have your clients pay extra in order to have that and that's all part of the property management takes care of that. But you know, if you wanted paddleboards, or other things that you wanted accessible to be special for your client.   And then also, one of the biggest benefits is that this isn't a one and done situation for the people that are renting out this area, which is why it's not necessarily seasonal. And there are in the summer, obviously super booked 100% capacity all the time. But even in December, November, January, February, people go even if it's cold, because they the water never gets like freezing. So today it's like 45 degrees, which is like a one off. But last week it was it was 85.   Michael: So Holy smokes   Ariana: And like I can speak in, in my own experience. If there's a house that you liked when you went to Galveston and it's in the you know Surfside community or Pirates Cove, or, you know any of the little communities inside Galveston, you go back to the same house. Like if you like that house, you'll go back to the same house. And so like, like my girlfriend who just went this past weekend, she has stayed at that house three times already. And she likes that house. So she will continue to go to that house. Yeah, and so that's really one of the benefits of Galveston is a It isn't like an aspen where you only go, you know, once a year, or you can only go you know, it's easily accessible. And it's really used very often. Interesting. Yeah, you create recurring recurring clients.   Larry: And people want also, you know, when you start talking about Airbnb, people want that hotel feel, right, they want it to be crisp, they want it to be clean, right? So the furniture, the aesthetics that that you put into it, right? They want it to be like, Oh, if they have this dream vacation home, what would this look like? Even if it's small, right? They want that aesthetic to it, which is important to make sure that you decorate it correctly, that you have the right furniture and stuff to it, because there's a lot of competition now. And so reviews are super important. Who you have managing it? Is it super important? Are you responsive? are you handling issues and stuff. And that's been an entire learning experience for ourselves as we just entirely remodel this 20 acre ranch, right? All of the units on it, and we're coming up with a lot, man, it's a 30 year old home and you know, it has a pump house and these things that we're not used to dealing with.   And, you know, it's it's a very different experience, but all things that need to be thought about to make sure that you're at the top of the list, you're getting the most exposure. And, you know, you have, you know, the highest, you know, occupancy as possible, because I mean, do the math, right, like I've just pulled up Airbnb over here right now and looking at Galveston. And I mean, probably the average, you know, for this weekend is $300 a night there's some going up to six $700 A night, but $300 A night average. Now, it's not going to be 100% occupancy all the time. But man, that's a potential of $9,000 a month in cash flow, right like you have one or two good months and like you're paying for your entire year off of off of one good season there.   Michael: That's incredible. That's incredible. So we've talked about so many of the benefits and Lewers of the Texas market. Now let's talk about the dark underbelly because there's got to be one there can only be this great heaven on earth. So talk to us about what should investors especially remote investors who might not be familiar with the Texas market, be aware of what's some of the the hair that some of these deals might have.   Ariana: So number one, you need to and and to cover that when we're looking at Roofstock properties. I'm specifically picking for myself and my team properties to show investors that do not have this okay. So you have to look at the flood maps. That is like in Houston and Galveston, that is the number one deal killer. Because as an investor, you don't want renters in there, they're going to be in a 100 year floodplain that's going to create a lot of problems for you. It's going to create a lot of money for you. And on top of that flood insurance can really take, make it or break it in this in this deal. There are some properties where you can get, you know, your flood insurance for $400 a year.   Also, just a little side note, as a real estate agent in the Houston market, it doesn't matter if that area has ever flooded or not buy the flood insurance, it's a good investment. So um,   Michael: Even if it's outside of a flood zone?   Ariana: Even if it's outside of a flood zone as a real estate agent, I would highly recommend because you never know, we moved here nine months before Harvey we are not in a floodplain. We asked her real estate agent at the time and our insurance provider at the time do we need flood insurance? They said no. Nine months later, we flooded in Harvey, so do not take it from our pain. Let us like learn off our pain. And that is a very expensive fix when you don't have flood insurance,   Larry: the 400 and it literally because we weren't in a floodplain because our home had never flooded the flood insurance was $425 for the year.   Ariana: Yeah, right. And we did it. We're like, No, we don't need it. It's fine. We've come from the desert, like who really floods? I didn't really know. No. So I tell everybody just do it. I mean, just just by the flood insurance, you never know what's going to happen. Houston has crazy weather. So that's number one. That's definitely the one when you're looking at properties. See if you're in a floodplain, see if the property has ever flooded before, ask your agent. If it has, that's not necessarily a deal killer if it was a one off, but we need to look at your flood insurance, if you can be grandfathered into these flood insurance rates, if the flood insurance is going to be extraordinarily high, it's a good opportunity during your option period to maybe look at other properties that fit what you're looking for specifically. Um, yeah, so that's number one.   And number two, what else is weather?   Larry: Weather is by far the biggest one. I mean, as we've seen, winter freezes, right? Like all the pipes rusting, like, hurricanes, like weather is number one. Two, I would say is the is the taxes as the property taxes that was kind of eye opening and shocking. As we started diving into this market, it was much higher than anything that we were used to. I mean, yeah, tax rates can be upwards of 3% of a home's value. And so that drastically changes some of your numbers and stuff when you're looking at that investment.   Michael: Yeah, yeah, that makes total sense.   Ariana: And then anything else parking if you're looking in Houston parking is a necessary thing you need to look at, you need to make sure that you know, there's lots of teeny tiny, you know, three story homes, that would be great rental homes, but they're parking on the street. And that will really it'll it'll be very hard to get, you know, some renters in there that want to be able to drive into a driveway and so that that is definitely something to look at specifically that is for inside Houston.   Larry: And one other thing, especially as we're talking about short term, Airbnb, is deed restrictions, community restrictions. And this isn't just for Houston and Galveston, this is a cross the country for instance, Fredericksburg, right, they have, they're trying to pass like no short term Airbnb. Now we're outside of the city. And so it doesn't really affect us. But this is what some of the other Airbnb owners are going through that they're having to fight legislation. They're having to register properties, which is additional expense, paying taxes and stuff, additional taxes.   So based on the municipality, you have to look at some of these details and know what you're looking for to make sure that that it's again fitting your short term and your long term goal, right.   Michael:  Yeah, but I thought you said that Texas love tax exemptions, what's what's with the bait and switch?   Ariana: Now we do love tax exemptions. So you just got to find the right one that fits what your look all right.   Michael: Makes sense. It makes sense.   Larry: In Fredericksburg, we have an agricultural exemption, we have Longhorns and donkeys and stuff on the property. And so literally, our taxes are almost nil. There's wildlife tax exemptions, there's a lot of things. But again, this is where you have to do some research. If the numbers work as status quo and now you start digging and it just elevates that return on investment. Now we're we're really into the money.   Michael: So what you're saying is I need to go buy a property downtown Houston and get a couple cattle for the backyard.   Ariana: You There are many places in Houston you will see I mean you will be right off i 10 And there will be building building building building empty lot cows on it building building building. And the reason is because the builders when they're going in there, and they bought the land they put cows on the property in order to bypass the exemptions, or I'm sorry, bypass the taxes and have an exemption until they're ready to build. So   Michael: Oh my gosh,   Ariana: You can also do that with goats. You can also have bees. So that's wild. Yeah. And so they leave, they leave the cows there, they get the exemption, the cows eat the grass, they chill for a couple months. And then when they're ready to build, they move their cows to the next place that they bought. So   Michael: Oh, my What a trip. That's awesome.   Something I wanted to mention that you were you were talking about flood insurance, is I think it's so important for investors to be thinking about too, as we do start to see more and more storms, more aggressive storms, like flood zones change. And so I think that's something that people need to be aware of is just because you're not in a flood zone today doesn't mean you won't be tomorrow or next year, or whatever the case may be. And so just be cognizant of that, if it's an investment that you might be selling at some point down the road. That's a hurdle that any buyer who buys your investment property is going to have to deal with. So just be thinking about that, putting it out there for whatever that's worth.   Ariana: Yep, that was that is very, you're absolutely. After any major storm, if FEMA came out, they'll redo the flood maps. And so you should get an update of that like from your agent. Or you can always inquire about a property and ask and we'd be able to pull that real easily.   Michael: Awesome. Okay, I want to shift gears here really quick with the last few minutes with y'all and find out what it is that you're all doing with this 20 acre ranch and short term rentals. That is friggin awesome.   Ariana: Yes, yeah. So it was a COVID purchase. Actually, I had found the property we had been looking all over, we just really wanted something we didn't know where we wanted it. And we wanted it originally closer to us, because we want it to be able to manage it. Fredericksburg is about three and a half hours away from us. But then we have a certain budget in place. But then you know, there I am wandering the internet at night looking for whatever I'm looking for. And here comes this 20 acre property that shows up with this old 1970s Looking ranch style on it. And it was double our bedrooms. And double the size without looking for the double was hired early, double, double everything.   Larry: The time is there like I was like no way.   Ariana: No way. Yeah, it really was exactly double everything because we're looking at an hour and a half from us. And this is three and a half hours from us. And it's twice as vague and it's twice as expensive. And he's like, I don't know. And I was like, I'm very intuitive. You know, some people just feel things. I don't know, this is it. I was like you got to find an extra $1,000   Michael: Start looking at couch cushions.   Ariana: So we found that. Yeah, so we went we bought it. It was a single owner. She was she was her husband, but she owned the vineyard next door to it. And she's like, you know, it was just too much. And I have all this other land. And so I just want to I really wanted to give it to somebody who would do something interesting with it. And so and she had, you know, there's some people who want to go in there and do an RV park. There are some people who wanted to go in there and do some other I don't remember what it was something else. She didn't like them. She was like, No, this is this is like my baby. And then we went in there and said, you know, we'd really like to short term rental it and then eventually, as we continue to grow build tiny homes, that's my ultimate dream is I want to have a tiny home condo for people to just like get off the grid and just detox and you know, like, just have some solitude. And that's really important to us. And so she was like, Yeah, let's go for it. As longest escrow lives.   Larry: Yeah. Took appraisal issues.   Ariana: Like I mean, it was so it was like things were you know, appraisals are taking forever and getting a 20 acre property appraised and surveyed.   Michael: Yeah, took a long time.   Ariana: Yeah. And you know, we work in cities so the whole ranch and like the dirt lots were they called ranch land and land and ranch.   Larry: Oh farm and land   Ariana: I don't do I don't do farming land. So we had to bring somebody else from our company who does farming land to come help us with our own deal because I didn't know about farming land and septics you know, I know city septics I don't know about these subjects in the middle of nowhere and the properties on a well you know, there's it's been fun and, and quite a learning experience. Navigating all of this but um,   Larry: We call we fully remodeled it like we took it down to the studs, remodeled everything because we bought it it was a 1600 square foot, one bedroom, one bath, which is why it was still on the market, because there weren't a lot of families but we knew that that's not what we wanted it for. So we converted the laundry room into a second bathroom, and the living area into a second bedroom. So now we have a 1600 square foot, two bedroom, two bath rents for four to $600 a night with a pool. And then it has a 600 square foot guest house that we fully remodeled as well, which rents for 150 to 250 a night. And then we've already purchased our first Airstream that we're rehabbing. And we'll build a deck around it. And that will be our first additional unit that we add on.   Michael: So cool.   Ariana: And then we're talking. So we're talking to some people who want to do goat yoga, in Fredericksburg, and they want to hold their goats on our land. And so that's, you know, where Larry and I are, kind of hippies. And so   Larry: We're like, let's do this. Let's use all 20 acres.   Ariana: So cool. But really, it's because it's outside the city. It's got dark sky. So it is incredible to be out there in the middle. I mean, it is dark,   Larry: You can see the Milky Way actually running through   Ariana: It's beautiful. And we call it wild soul sanctuary. Love that. So we've just started doing some retreats out there and bringing in some people who do you know, Healing Retreats on the weekends, they'll rent it from us and you know, can sleep a good amount of people and we're open to people like camping on our land and stuff. So   Michael: Yeah, I was gonna ask, have you ever heard of hipcamp?   Ariana: Yeah, so we haven't quite dealt. We had people personally ask us if they can camp on our land, which we're open to. But we haven't quite. I haven't gotten into that yet. That's kind of next on our list to see. You know, how much of this we can rent out. Yeah. To camping. So tonight.   Michael: I bet a ton, I have been to some some hipcamps and they don't provide jack squat and like, seriously, I'm paying whatever, 60 bucks a night for like plastic Adirondack chairs and a dirt piece of lots of foot, my head, whatever. So there's definitely a market for it.   Ariana: Okay, well, that definitely writing you said hip camp camp.   Michael: Yep, yep, hipcamp.   Ariana: Okay. I knew there was a name for it. But you know, I'm also not much of a camper. And   Larry: She's more of that city. Like,   Ariana: Like, I let me take my shoes off, but like, let me get into a shower. So like,   Michael: There you go. Well set up glamping tents to?   Arianna: Well, that wasn't a yurts are a possibility. Yes, I think what I really want is like a one bedroom a frame. Like that's what I that's like, that's like mine, and no one's gonna be allowed in it. It's just gonna be for me.   Michael: That's so good. Oh, that's so good. Well, just the last question I have for you both, is how do you run your expense numbers on short term rentals? I think that's what throws a lot of investors for a loop. They hear like, holy crap, I can make nine grand a month, and then they're comparing that against their long term rental expenses. And that doesn't always jive. So how should people be thinking about expenses?   Larry: Yeah, so um, that is definitely it is the expenses are going to be increased, right? Because you have more turnover, you have cleaning crews, you have maintenance, you have handyman, etc. And   so we're, we're paying about 10% a month for property management, but we take on a lot of the communication. There's other, like, it's not uncommon to see 20 or 30%. You know, property management fees. Yeah. But they're also they're renting, they're renting it out. They're handling the calls, they're doing everything. So really depends. As our first one we wanted to be kind of hands on, see how this worked, and then evaluate, like, do we want to manage this this much, or do we want to outsource? And so that's where we're testing right now. So we can give people feedback on our experience.   But I would say I would estimate 30-35% I think that you can get it down a lot lower than that. Okay, but I would estimate that I'm a big fan of under promise over deliver. And so if you estimate it 35% and ends up at 25% You're like bonus, right? Yeah, I'm on that side. But again, even if you take, you know, $9,000 Uh, you know, if we just did $9,000 a month, and you minus 35%. I mean, you're that's still almost $6,000 a month, right now, you got to start looking at occupancy rates and things like that. And now seasonality comes into play, like after summertime, it will almost be like for three or four months 100% occupied. And so those months will really make up for some of the slower months right now. It's pretty much every weekend, like weekend warriors kind of get aways, but we haven't had anybody stay there during the weekend. Yeah.   Michael: Okay. Okay. Yeah. See, I guess it's really very much market specific around what your occupancy and then associated expenses are because those two are related. How much cleaning you're gonna do, how much turnover you're going to have is a function of your occupancy.   Ariana: Exactly.   Larry: I would say Galveston, you know, right now, when you're looking at the school seasons and stuff like that, you won't see as many weekday rentals. Okay, so that's, that's one thing to kind of look at. Christmas, spring breaks, like Thanksgiving, you start to get kind of the weekdays when people can travel with their families and stuff is what we've noticed so far.   Michael: Okay. Well, that makes sense. Well, you two have been so generous with your time. Thank you so much, again, for hanging out with me and sharing all this wisdom. If people have more questions for you, or want to get a hold of you, what's the best way for them to do that?   Ariana: You can email me at Arianawhitesellstx@gmail.com. Or you can also find me on Instagram: Ariana Sells Texas. And yeah, I'm more than happy to speak with anybody about the current market.   Ariana: So she's like she's licensed here in Texas runs the entire team. So she's the go to for anything here. Yeah, if I can connect or just add value to people anywhere else across the country, I would say connect with me on any social media platform. And my handles the same on all of them @LarryMFWhite.   Michael: So good. You too will thank you again and I can't wait to see where this ranch takes you both.   Ariana: Yes. Yeah, we'd love to have you out someday.   Larry: Yeah, come on down. Come at come fly into Austin or San Antonio and come out to the ranch. Let us know we'll do some wine tours.   Michael: Do some goat yoga. Careful what you wish for.   Larry: Yeah. Awesome.   Michael: Thank you to take care and enjoy the new year.   Ariana: Oh, thank you so much.   Michael: Alrighty everyone that was our episode a big big big thank you to Larry and Arianna. It was so much fun having them on. We chit chatted after the show after we finished recording here and they are hilarious if you didn't already catch that from the show. Definitely a market worth checking out Houston Galveston both for short and long term rentals. Exciting stuff. As always, if you like the episode, feel free to leave us a rating or review wherever it is you will see your episodes. And as always, we look forward to seeing the next one. Happy investing

Becoming Ultra
My First Ultra: 30 Liza Howard and Manny Gonzalez

Becoming Ultra

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 65:54


Liza Howard is a longtime ultrarunner and running coach. Since her first ultra in 2008, she has won numerous 100-mile  races including the Leadville 100 twice and multiple USATF Championships in the 50 mile and 100k distances. She completed the Marathon des Sables, a multi-day stage race in the Sahara Desert, twice, and ran for the United States at the 100k World Championships in Croatia in 2018. She's currently training for the Badwater 135, which will be held in Death Valley this July.  In addition to running, Liza coaches for Sharman Ultra Coaching, teaches for NOLS Wilderness Medicine, and directs Band of Runners, a non-profit that supports veterans and their surviving family members by introducing them to trail running and the trail running community.  Liza lives in San Antonio, Texas with her husband and two school-aged children. Sometimes she cleans the house too. Manny is a former Infantry Marine Reservist who deployed to Iraq in 2007 and Afghanistan in 2010 with 1st Marines, 23rd Battalion Alpha Company.  While inactive from duty from 2006 to 2013, Manny worked as Personal Trainer who Specialized in Obstacle Course Training. Races like the Tough Mudder and Spartan are what first introduced him to trail running.  Fast forward to 2019 - Manny is suffering from reoccurring running injuries and is told by his VA doctors that he should seriously consider not running. Fate said otherwise when he met Rob, who then got him in the Band of Runners Trail Running Camp, where he learned the skills to prevent injury and improve his running and met a community of trail runners who are all eager to see him succeed. And through the help and mentoring of the BOR community, Manny ran his first successful 50k at Hoka One Bandera, a virtual 50k hosted by BOR, his first 50 miler and 100k, and his first 100-mile race at the Badger. Now, through the Samaritan Center, Manny serves the community as a Mental Health Peer Coordinator where he coordinates and facilitates - mentoring, PTSD, substance abuse, life skills, and wellness groups - for Veterans in the Greater Austin community and helps run the Veteran's Re-Entry Dorm at the Travis State Jail for the Texas Department of Criminal justice. Manny is currently training for the Caballo Blanco Ultra, formerly known as the Copper Canyon Ultra. We had a lot of fun on this one!  Liza has some great stories to tell, and she tells them with so much humor.  We talk about how she balances training for the Badwater 135 with family life and a nagging hamstring injury.  Liza shares her witty take on her Instagram posts after a long break from social media.  Most importantly, we discuss Liza's passion project, Band of Runners.  This is an important program that really makes a difference in the lives of Veteran's.  Manny is a Veteran who participated in the program and then became a mentor.  He has a caring heart and lives a purposeful life of helping others.  He shares his experience with Band of Runners and how it has changed his life.  Manny also talks about his many Ultra's and battling through injuries.  We know you will enjoy getting to know Liza & Manny and learning more about Band of Runners.  These are two very special people.  Enjoy!

Reaching For Real Life
How To Overcome Racism

Reaching For Real Life

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 24:47


San Antonio traditionally hosts the largest Martin Luther King March in the Country, but it's been cancelled for the 2nd year in a row due to COVID concerns by the city and organizers. Pastor Sean is concerned the true message of MKL is getting lost, and shares the top two ways to overcome racism.

San Antonio Podcast Network
SA Talk #30 | MLK March Cancelled, CPS Raising Their Rate & A Family's Lawsuit Against Their Apartment

San Antonio Podcast Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 35:25


On this week's episode of SA Talk, hosts Zach and Erika discuss: The MLK march cancelled for the 2nd year in a row. A family is suing their apartment complex for the death of their 7-year old boy. CPS is increasing their rate after a terrible PR year. Seen on Twitter: A questionable sign at Bentley's Beer Garden. Local Recommendation Of The Week (By Zach): Mary Lou's Cafe - 4405 McCullough Ave, San Antonio, TX 78212 --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/sapodnetwork/support

Locked On NBA
MLK Day Smorgasbord: Booker Goes Off | Lakers Upset Jazz | Hawks Win A Game

Locked On NBA

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 41:11


The NBA celebrated Martin Luther King Jr. Day in style as it always does with a full slate of 12 games. Matt Moore and David Ramil break it all down including the Devin Booker Show in San Antonio, Trae Young and the Hawks finally winning a home game, over the champs no less, the Lakers getting the Stanley Johnson Game in a win over Utah, and much, much more. 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 AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. PrizePicks Don't hesitate, check out PrizePicks.com and use promo code: “NBA” or go to your app store and download the app today. PrizePicks is daily fantasy made easy! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Locked On Suns - Daily Podcast On The Phoenix Suns
Devin Booker Just Misses 50 As Phoenix Suns Beat Spurs, Rally To 4th Straight Win

Locked On Suns - Daily Podcast On The Phoenix Suns

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 30:00


Devin Booker nearly went for 50 in a Phoenix Suns win in San Antonio, as the Suns rallied for their fourth straight W. Brendon Kleen dives into Booker's performance after being named Western Conference Player of the Week, as well as more tidbits from the win including Cam Payne's solid play in January and how the rotation looks while Deandre Ayton nurses an ankle sprain. Subscribe to Locked On Suns on YouTube: https://bit.ly/3AtuiAX Locked On Suns listener survey: https://forms.gle/ooqUXLJbf1i5ZHxK6 Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! BetOnline AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. PrizePicks Don't hesitate, check out PrizePicks.com and use promo code: “NBA” or go to your app store and download the app today. PrizePicks is daily fantasy made easy! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Being Sons
32. Asking God for His Name w/ Cayce Harris

Being Sons

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 25:02


Cayce Harris, Director at ONE, joins us to discuss the question God is always asking us, "Who do you say that I am?" The answer to this question leads us not only to see Him as He really is, but it helps us see ourselves as we truly are. Cayce leads us through how to invite God to reveal His names to us. ABOUT CAYCE: Cayce Harris is the Director of ONE (https://www.one-sa.com/), a ministry based out of San Antonio that specializes is helping people around the world practice union with God in their everyday lives. Experience 49 days of learning how to hear Gods' voice (https://www.one-sa.com/49-days).

Naturally Nourished
Episode 275: How I lost 100 pounds! with Lindy Bulsterbaum

Naturally Nourished

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 71:15


Today's podcast guest, Lindy Bulsterbaum, lost 100 pounds and regained her health using a ketogenic diet. From her wake up call in 2017 to the first time she set foot in a gym to now waking up before the sun to get her workout in, hear about Lindy's inspiring journey and how she has truly revolutionized her wellness!    In this episode, we interview Lindy, a teacher, personal trainer and health coach on finding keto and transforming her health, diet mishaps, and how her keto has evolved over time. Hear us discuss finding real food freedom (for real…not the “all foods fit” version) and how her life has changed since losing the excess weight and finding a passion in fitness and wellness. Plus learn about Lindy's pre and post surgery protocol and her favorite Naturally Nourished Supplements!   More About Lindy: Lindy is a 43 year-old teacher in San Antonio, Texas. She has 2 children, is the wife of a San Antonio fireman, and has spent the last 4.5 years revolutionizing her health and wellness. She has found a passion for optimal health and loves helping others go from sick & feeling helpless, as she once did, to feeling empowered and feeling great! She has become a certified personal trainer and began a health coaching business (COMPASS Wellness) with two of her dearest friends, Alyssa Rodgers and Terri Barrios. Together, they share their unique experiences and methods to help women of all ages navigate their wellness journeys! As a wife, mother, teacher, and small-business owner, Lindy is passionate about showing others that if she can go from her before to her after, they can too - one choice at a time!   Also in this episode:  12-week Keto Meal Plan pre-sale $36 for 12 weeks  Women's Wellness Retreat Lindy's Weight Loss Journey Why Keto?Episode 273: Are you Over-Restricting Keto? Thoughts on Food Freedom and All Foods Fit Exercise Motivation  Surgical SupportPre and Post Surgery Protocol  Episode 234: Pre and Post Surgery  Targeted Strength Probiotic Rebuild Spectrum Probiotic Inflammazyme Super Turmeric Reset, Restore, Renew Detox Packs Fond Bone Broth use code ALIMILLERRD Lindy's Favorite SupplementsGabaCalm Adaptogen Boost Where to find Lindy:@ketoteachermom on Instagram Compass Wellness   Sponsors for this episode:  This episode is sponsored by Santa Cruz Medicinals, makers of potent and affordable CBD with effective dosing. For more information check out www.scmedicinals.com and use code ALIMILLERRD for 15% off your order. 

Bridal Buzz
Trending Now: Cake Mapping w/ Future Sounds DJ Service

Bridal Buzz

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 23:39


We're taking specialty wedding cakes to a whole new level in this episode on Cake Mapping with Chris and Julie of Future Sounds DJ Service. This local entertainment company is bringing Cake Mapping to San Antonio for the first time, and they just so happen to be the exclusive providers of this service in the area. What is Cake Mapping? You'll have to watch the episode to find out! See the first ever real wedding with Cake Mapping in San Antonio on the blog here: https://sanantonioweddings.com/wedding-story/equations-equal-happiness/ _______________________________________________________ Keep up with Bridal Buzz as they explore the San Antonio Weddings scene: https://www.bridalbuzz.com​ or find them on social media: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bridalbuzzsa Twitter: https://twitter.com/bridalbuzzsa?lang=en​ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/bridalbuzzsa/ _______________________________________________________ Today's episode is sponsored by the amazing team at Texas Wedding Ministers. Learn more about their officiating services and more here https://sanantonioweddings.com/vendor-profile/texas-wedding-ministers/

Chasing What Matters
CWM - Amer Kaissi

Chasing What Matters

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 68:05


Our guests today is Dr. Amer Kaissi.  Amer is an-award winning Healthcare Administration Professor at Trinity University in San Antonio, Texas.Amer is the author of the book “Intangibles: The Unexpected Traits of High-Performing Healthcare Leaders,” which has won the 2019 American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE) Book of the Year award. In addition, he has just released last week his latest book “Humbitious – The Power of low-ego, high-drive Leadership.”  Amer is a distinguished professor – and teaches courses in Leadership & Professional Development and is the Director of the Executive Program at Trinity. Amer Kaissi is a national speaker with the Studer Group and a faculty member with ACHE. He is also a certified Executive & Physician Coach and he consults with hospitals and healthcare organizations in their strategic planning efforts. He holds undergraduate and graduate degrees from the American University of Beirut and a PhD from the University of Minnesota.  Amer, an avid soccer fan, lives in San Antonio with his wife and two children.Humbitious Intangibles: The Unexpected Traits of High-Performing Healthcare LeadersChasing What Matters InstagramChasing What Matters Website

Lifetime Cash Flow Through Real Estate Investing
Ep #644 - Behind The Scenes of Our San Antonio Deal

Lifetime Cash Flow Through Real Estate Investing

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2022 23:09


Tom started his journey in commercial real estate back in 2019, learning and investing passively in more than 340 doors but that wasn't enough, so Tom joined the Warrior's group and a local mastermind in San Antonio in preparation for his growth. Tom now is general partner in a large asset located in San Antonio, 296 doors where he played roles in the acquisitions and ongoing operations. Here's some of the topics we covered: Setting Goals Don't Miss First Steps Following Through Don't Be Intimidated Identifying your strengths Being “boots on the ground” Finding deals To find out more about partnering or investing in a multifamily deal: Text Partner to 72345 or email Partner@RodKhleif.com  Please Review and Subscribe

VSiN Best Bets
Los Angeles CityCast with Danielle Alvari | January 14, 2022

VSiN Best Bets

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2022 39:36


Danielle Alvari recaps a tough loss for UCLA in overtime against Oregon. It was UCLA's first loss since the Gonzaga game in late November. The Lakers and Clippers face road tests on Saturday. The Lakers play in Denver against the Nuggets. The Clippers play in San Antonio against the Spurs. If you're enjoying the Los Angeles CityCast podcast, follow/subscribe wherever you get your podcasts! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Givs and the Bank
On The Road Again: Tales from Texas and Florida

Givs and the Bank

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2022 51:46


It has been a busy couple of weeks here at BuckeyeScoop as we have spent time in both Florida and Texas on the recruiting trail. Our very own Bill Greene made his way down to the Sunshine State to check out many of the top talents from the southern part of the state as part of the South Florida Express tryout event. We also bumped into a recent Ohio State commit for the class of 2023 at the same event and got some more information on his ultimate decision. While Greene was working on his golf game in Florida, our Marc Givler and Kevin Noon went to San Antonio to check out the All-American Bowl, checking in on several Ohio State commitments and even a few targets who are still left on the board. While not everyone had the chance to play as roster numbers quickly depleted, we had the chance to check out several commits from both the East and West squads, talk to a couple of players who either recently committed or are still on the board and have a full evaluation of everything that we saw. It is a special edition of Givs and the Bank from the road as we wrap up everything that we saw on the heels of some major coaching shakeup within the Ohio State staff.

Grilling JR
Episode 143: Royal Rumble 1997

Grilling JR

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2022 115:05


On this episode of Grilling JR, JR and Paul go back 25 years to revisit Royal Rumble '97, which took place on January 19, 1997 at the Alamo Dome in San Antonio, TX. In it, we'd see a main event where Shawn Michaels would challenge Sid for the WWF Championship. Other topics include HHH vs. Goldust for the Intercontinental Championship, Vader vs. Undertaker, Steve Austin eliminating Bret Hart to win the Rumble, and much more! GOLIATH LIFE - GoliathLife.com streamlines the life insurance purchase process by allowing you to get quotes from more than twenty carriers all at the same time and at the same place: GoliathLife.com. SAVE WITH CONRAD.COM - If you have credit card debt or in a 30 year loan? Well, we can help you get out of that pinch and save money at the same time! Head over to SaveWithConrad.com for a quick quote.  LUCY - LUCY Nicotine is a company founded by former smokers looking for a better and cleaner nicotine alternative. Finally, tobacco alternatives that don't suck. Try LUCY today and get 20% your order! Go to WWW.LUCY.CO and use promo code: JR PAINT YOUR LIFE - For a limited time offer, get 20% off your painting and FREE shipping. To get this special offer, text the word ROSS to 64-000. GEICO - Do you own or rent your home? Sure you do! And it's hard work. But you know what's easy? Bundling with GEICO. Go to GEICO.com, get a quote, and see how much YOU could save. It's GEICO-easy!  ROCK AUTO - Rock Auto is a family business, serving auto parts customers online for 20 years. Go to RockAuto.com to shop for auto and body parts from hundreds of manufacturers. Type GRILLINGJR in their “How did you hear about us?” box so they know we sent you.  INDEED - Get started RIGHT NOW with a FREE $75 SPONSORED JOB CREDIT to upgrade your job post at INDEED.com/GRILLINGJR. Offer valid through JUNE 30TH. Terms and conditons apply BLUECHEW - Bluechew gives you confidence in bed every time. Visit BlueChew.com and get your first order free when use promo code JR. Just pay $5 shipping! FEALS - Feals is a better way to feel better. Our premium CBD will keep your head clear and help you feel your best. CBD has been proven to greatly reduce anxiety, pain, and sleeplessness. Shipped direct to your doorstep in only a few days, Feals is the new natural, healthy, better way to feel better. Become a member today by going to Feals.com/JR and you'll get 50% off your first order with free shipping. CHILISLEEP - ChiliSleep makes customizable, climate-controlled sleep solutions that help you improve your entire wellbeing. Head over to chilisleep.com/JR to learn more and check out a special offer, available exclusively for GRILLING JR listeners and only for a limited time!  ERIC AND JEFF LIVE - For the first time ever, WWE Hall of Famers Eric Bischoff and Jeff Jarrett will do a podcast SUPER SHOW together on stage to bring you stories they can't share on the podcast! Hear the stories they can't tell on the air and better yet - ASK THEM ANYTHING YOU WANT! VIP Guests will get early access to claim the best seats in the house, a special piece of swag you can't buy anywhere else, pictures with both guys, an autographed 8x10, plus both guys will sign any item of your choosing! The VIP Meet and Greet starts at 2:00 PM and will finish before the main show begins at 3:00 PM. * DOORS FOR VIP OPEN AT 2:00 PM * DOORS FOR GA OPEN at 2:45 PM * SHOWTIME is 3:00PM - 5:00PM Concessions, including alcohol, will be available. TIX AVAILABLE NOW AT www.JeffAndEricLive.com Do you want to style and profile like good ol' JR? Well, stop by www.jimrossshirts.com and check out all our tees. We have new designs going up almost every week! Do you have a product or business you want JR & Conrad to talk about on the show? Let us know about it and fill out a FREE quick form over at www.AdvertiseWithConrad.com

The Dead Pair Podcast
Episode 59, Texas State Sporting clays with Ben McAnally

The Dead Pair Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2022 48:17


    They say everything is bigger in Texas, and when it comes to sporting clays, there is no doubt that it is huge!  Not only are the Nationals held in San Antonio, but the Texas state shoot is the largest state shoot in the country! Aside from the Nationals and the state championship, Texas also hosts several other big shoots, as well as some really cool smaller shoots.      We catch up with Ben McAnally, President of the Texas Sporting Clays Association, to let him breakdown these shoots for us, as well as some really cool news about the 2022 shooting year in Texas!  We also have a RE Ranger segment with Alec Sedlacheck, and a Barepelt segment with Ted Deppe! -OtoPro - https://otoprotechnologies.com-Rhino Chokes - https://rhinochokes.com-RE Ranger-https://www.reranger.com-BAREPELT-https://barepelt.com-GAMEBORE US-https://www.gameboreus.com-ATLAS TRAPS-https://www.atlastraps.com-NEGRINI CASES-https://negrinicases.com/the-dead-pair/- White Flyer Targets - https://whiteflyer.com-Chad Roberts-email-bpsipro@gmail.com

Dead Rabbit Radio
EP 804 - The Ghostly Flame Flickers Against The Moonless Sky

Dead Rabbit Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2022 38:05


Today we travel to San Antonio, Texas to learn it might be better to shop for our own groceries, and then we meet a mother who's son passed away recently. Is he sending her messages from beyond the grave?   Patreon  https://www.patreon.com/user?u=18482113 MERCH STORE!!! https://tinyurl.com/y8zam4o2 Amazon Wish List https://www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/28CIOGSFRUXAD?ref_=wl_share   Help Promote Dead Rabbit! Dual Flyer https://i.imgur.com/OhuoI2v.jpg "As Above" Flyer https://i.imgur.com/yobMtUp.jpg “Alien Flyer” By TVP VT U https://imgur.com/gallery/aPN1Fnw   Links: EP 689 - Will The SoulPhone Let You Talk To The Dead? https://deadrabbitradio.libsyn.com/ep-689-will-the-soulphone-let-you-talk-to-the-dead Haunted Places: The National Directory: Ghostly Abodes, Sacred Sites, UFO Landings and Other Supernatural Locations https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B001R11CN0/ref=dbs_a_def_rwt_hsch_vapi_tkin_p1_i4 San Antonio man charged after allegedly exposing himself while delivering groceries https://www.beaumontenterprise.com/news/local/article/San-Antonio-man-exposes-himself-delivery-groceries-16748720.php Man delivering groceries caught masturbating on door camera https://news4sanantonio.com/news/local/man-delivering-groceries-from-h-e-b-caught-masturbating-on-door-camera-investigation-sanantonio-police-indecent-exposure San Antonio man caught exposing himself after delivering food, again, police say https://www.ksat.com/news/local/2022/01/04/san-antonio-man-caught-exposing-himself-after-delivering-food-again-police-say/ Waukesha Christmas parade attack https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Waukesha_Christmas_parade_attack The Ghost of Delores Mountain https://stormynighttales.blogspot.com/2014/05/the-ghost-of-delores-mountain.html DOLORES, TEXAS http://www.texasescapes.com/TexasHillCountryTowns/Dolores-Texas.htm Tales of the Big Bend https://tinyurl.com/mvu6974t Another text from my son. And right after I clicked out of this, notice thw song that was playing on the radio. (My son was killed in a car accident on 8/4/2021, I've been receiving texts from his phone which has been disconnected) https://www.reddit.com/r/Ghosts/comments/rxwem1/another_text_from_my_son_and_right_after_i/ Archive https://archive.is/hCHAm Text from my son https://www.reddit.com/r/Ghosts/comments/r5cq94/text_from_my_son/ Archive https://archive.ph/HHeRH Nigerians reassured over 'killer phone number' fears https://www.bbc.com/news/world-africa-14938984   Listen to the daily podcast anywhere you listen to podcasts! ------------------------------------------------ Logo Art By Ash Black Opening Song: "Atlantis Attacks" Closing Song: "Bella Royale" Music By Simple Rabbitron 3000 created by Eerbud Thanks to Chris K, Founder Of The Golden Rabbit Brigade Dead Rabbit Archivist Some Weirdo On Twitter AKA Jack YouTube Champ Stewart Meatball The Haunted Mic Arm provided by Chyme Chili Thanks to Fabio N! Pintrest https://www.pinterest.com/basque5150/jason-carpenter-hood-river/ http://www.DeadRabbit.com Email: DeadRabbitRadio@gmail.com Twitter: @DeadRabbitRadio Facebook: www.Facebook.com/DeadRabbitRadio TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@deadrabbitradio   Jason Carpenter PO Box 1363 Hood River, OR 97031   Paranormal, Conspiracy, and True Crime news as it happens! Jason Carpenter breaks the stories they'll be talking about tomorrow, assuming the world doesn't end today.   All Contents Of This Podcast Copyright Jason Carpenter 2018 - 2021

This Is Jen
90 - Pong On

This Is Jen

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 42:02


It's Jen's birthday! She's talking about being a pingpong ball on the ocean, her analogy for letting go of control. She also shares her adventures in trying to be more affectionate with Joe. Tour tickets go on sale Fri, Jan 21 at JFComedyTour.com! 3/26 - Topeka 3/31 - San Antonio 4/1 - Dallas 4/21 - DC 4/22 - NYC 4/23 - Boston 4/28 - Orlando 4/29 - Ft. Lauderdale 5/11 - Atlanta

Sharper Iron from KFUO Radio
The Contagious Joy of the Lord

Sharper Iron from KFUO Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 55:28


Rev. Mark Barz, pastor at Crown of Life Lutheran Church in San Antonio, TX, joins host Rev. Timothy Appel to study Luke 1:39-56. Mary has believed the Word of God, and so she goes to visit her relative Elizabeth, who is six months along with John. Upon hearing the greeting of Mary, John leaps for joy in the womb of Elizabeth, who is herself filled with the Holy Spirit to exclaim blessing upon Mary. Elizabeth recognizes the great blessing she is being given that the mother of the Lord has come to visit her. The joy of the Lord fills Mary as well, and she sings the Magnificat, first of four canticles recorded in Luke 1-2. In the first part of the Magnificat, Mary magnifies the Lord for what He has done for her. In the second part, Mary magnifies the Lord for what He does for all people in bringing down the proud and exalting the lowly, all in order to keep His promise made to Abraham that the Savior would come from his line. “The Beloved Physician's Orderly Account” is a mini-series on Sharper Iron that goes through the Gospel according to St. Luke. The Evangelist wrote his well-researched account of Jesus' life, death, and resurrection so that Theophilus would have certainty concerning the things he had been taught. As we still read the Word of God recorded by St. Luke, our gracious Lord gives us that same certainty that Jesus is our Savior.

Shotgun Sports USA
Lefty Ray Chapa: Outdoor photographer and writer

Shotgun Sports USA

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 74:25


Lefty Ray Chapa is a professional freelance outdoor photographer and writer, and you've seen his work in Clay Target Nation during the past couple of years. As the official photographer of the NSSA and NSCA, Lefty has traveled all over the U.S. photographing skeet and sporting clays events. Through pure coincidence, he lives just miles from the National Shooting Complex in San Antonio. Lefty photographs anything having to do with a fly rod or a shotgun. His work has appeared in American Waterfowler magazine, Southwest Fly Fishing magazine, Texas Parks & Wildlife magazine, Texas Highways magazine, the San Antonio Express-News newspaper, and many more. He currently authors the “Lefty's Blind Bag” column in American Waterfowler magazine. He has won numerous national awards in photography from the Outdoor Writers of Association of America (OWAA) and numerous regional awards from the Texas Outdoor Writers Association (TOWA). His favorite award-winning photo is the silhouette of his wife and grandson against the sunrise that appeared in a recent Kent cartridge catalog centerfold. Lefty Ray is also the credited photographer on two Grammy-winning albums and more than a dozen Grammy and Latin Grammy-nominated albums. In the music industry, he is known as the guy who fell off a speaker in Las Vegas while on assignment during the Tex Mex Fest Tour. If you follow social media, you might have seen his images on Instagram or Facebook for companies like Kent Cartridge, Franchi, Fiocchi, Benelli, Syren, Hevi-Shot, Drake Waterfowl, Shimano, G. Loomis, and others. When not shooting with a camera, he is casting a fly to tail redfish on the nearby Texas coast during the summer or knocking down ducks with a shotgun during the winter. His motto during waterfowl season is, “No duck blind is too far, too crowded, or too cold.” You can find Lefty on Instagram at lefty.ray.chapa, on Facebook as Lefty Ray, on Twitter as @LeftyRay, or via email at leftyray@leftyray.com. And if you see him behind the lens at an event, give him a thumbs-up and a smile.

Real Estate Time Freedom Show by InvestorFuse
Ep 117: Mitch Stephen and The Art of Private Lending | Mitch Stephen

Real Estate Time Freedom Show by InvestorFuse

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 49:19


Mitch Stephen has been a self-employed RE investor for 25+ years purchasing well over 2,000 houses in and around his hometown of San Antonio, TX.  Today he specializes in owner financing properties to individuals left behind by traditional lending institutions and giving new life to properties that scar the neighborhoods. Mitch explains his principles and theories he believes led him to financial freedom and over 2k transactions completed. https://1000houses.com/ https://www.investorfuse.com

Talking Stuff: Ohio State Recruiting Podcast
Talking Stuff: Ohio State recruiting philosophy in January, offensive line coach hire, push to February signing day

Talking Stuff: Ohio State Recruiting Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 42:49


Lettermen Row analysts Jeremy Birmingham, Spencer Holbrook and Zack Carpenter are Talking Stuff about Ohio State recruiting, new offensive line coach Justin Frye, the push to Signing Day and some quick thoughts from the All-American Bowl in San Antonio. #OhioStateFootball #OhioState #CFBNews Subscribe for more Ohio State Football coverage: https://www.youtube.com/c/Lettermenrow?sub_confirmation=1 Ohio State Buckeyes videos from Columbus, Ohio from the staff of Lettermen Row. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Audible with Stew & Bruce
Georgia wins the National Championship, early top 25 & playoff expansion

The Audible with Stew & Bruce

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 34:51


Stew is in Indy for the National Championship and Bruce is in San Antonio for the coaches convention. The guys get together after the final whistle to discuss their postgame takeaways. Georgia's defense stepped up in a big way and dominated like they have for most of the season. Former walk on QB Stetson Bennett did what no other UGA QB could since 1980: win a title. Bennett has a 6th year of eligibility remaining for next year. Will he be back or ride off into the sunset? Plus, Stew's early top 25 for next season and a playoff expansion update.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Curbsiders Internal Medicine Podcast

Explore the actively evolving clinical landscape of Long COVID as we discuss epidemiology, pathogenesis, manifestations, and patient-centered management options including the role of a dedicated Long COVID clinic.  Listen as our expert guest Dr. Monica Verduzco-Gutierrez @MVGutierrezMD (Long School of Medicine at UT Health, San Antonio) helps us navigate this rapidly emerging syndrome. This episode will empower you to provide evidence based, patient-centered care for this challenging facet of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. We explore the manifestations including fatigue, dyspnea, psychiatric symptoms, and other neurologic effects.  We also examine the emergence of dedicated Long COVID clinics and the imperative of interdisciplinary care. Claim Free CE credit for this episode through VCU Health CE at http://curbsiders.vcuhealth.org/ Episodes | Subscribe | Spotify | Swag! | Top Picks | Mailing List | thecurbsiders@gmail.com | Free CME! Credits Written and Produced by: Avital O'Glasser MD, FACP, SFHM Infographic: Edison Jyang Cover Art: Kate Grant, MBChB MRCGP DipGUMed Show Notes: Avital O'Glasser MD, FACP, SFHM Hosts: Matthew Watto MD, FACP; Paul Williams MD, FACP; Avital O'Glasser MD, FACP, SFHM Reviewer: Hannah Abrams, MD Executive Producer: Beth Garbitelli Showrunner: Matthew Watto MD, FACP Editor: Clair Morgan of nodderly.com Guest: Monica Verduzco-Gutierrez, MD Sponsor: Blueland Right now, you can get 20% off your first order when you go to Blueland.com/CURB Sponsor: ACP Join us in Chicago for internal medicine's premier educational meeting April 28-30, 2022! We'll be there in person. For the Early Bird discount, register before January 31.  Use code IM22CURB. Visit annualmeeting.acponline.org to learn more.  Sponsor: Panacea Financial Visit panaceafinancial.com today for information on their student loan refinance loans and to learn about their “refer a friend” program. Sponsor: Indeed Go to Indeed.com/INTERNALMEDICINE to claim your $75 CREDIT before March 31st. CME Partner: VCU Health CE The Curbsiders are partnering with VCU Health Continuing Education to offer FREE continuing education credits for physicians and other healthcare professionals. Visit curbsiders.vcuhealth.org and search for this episode to claim credit. See info sheet for further directions. Note: A free VCU Health CloudCME account is required in order to seek credit. Show Segments Intro, disclaimer, guest bio Guest one-liner Case 1 from Kashlak Definition of Long COVID or post-COVID symptoms Pathogenesis of Long COVID Illness script for mast cell activation Epidemiology and risk factors for Long COVID Interdisciplinary care for Long COVID Illness script for POTS-like phenotype in Long COVID Illness script for chronic fatigue syndrome/myalgic encephalomyelitis in Long COVID Management of fatigue and post-exertional malaise (PEM) Case 2 from Kashlak Neuropsychiatric manifestations of Long COVID Anosmia and smell training Role of the patient voice and community in Long COVID Disability assessments and management Take Home Points; Outro; Bonus clip