Chuck was born in Santa Monica & raised by a single mother. Growing up, school kids would pick on him, take his lunch money and bully him. His mom was a believer in non-violence and would tell him at first to not fight back. Eventually, she told him that he couldn't start a fight, but he could finish it if someone was picking on him. He hated people picking on others, so it gave him a lot of reasons to get in fights growing up defending his friends. He was taught if you work hard, you can be better than your opponents, and gave him the confidence to continue his desire to learn martial arts. His dad left when he was only 3 years old, and Chuck wouldn't see him again until he was 28 years old. During high school, he started to focus on his fighting in a more professional way. His mom taught him the basics in Koei Kan Karate which laid the foundation for his MMA career. In college, he went to Cal Poly for Wrestling & Football, but eventually shifted to kickboxing. He would ditch class or shift his schedule around just to go to karate class every day. He eventually started fighting with the UFC in 1998, and by 2001, he was the #1 prospect for the Heavyweight World Champion. Liddell's moniker 'The Iceman' was coined by his trainer, John Hackleman, of Liddell's calm and relaxed temperament before fights. Eventually, when he was at the peak of his fame, on TV and PPV events nationwide, his paternal father tried to reach out to him. But at this point, Chuck had no interest in starting a relationship with a father who chose to not be present in a child's life. He heard from his mom that he was an abusive guy, and probably a good thing that he wasn't involved very much in his life. In 2010, Chuck retired from fighting, and instead focused on the business side of the UFC. Now as a father himself, he wants to focus on being there for his daughter and being involved in her life as much as possible. He's learned to separate his marital issues from his kids, to keep the drama away from them. With fatherhood now, his focus is to be a more involved, present father than he had growing up. He loves taking his children to school, watching their games and events, and being a part of their daily lives. Also, hear some stories from his early fighting days, how he got into kickboxing, behind-the-scenes UFC stuff, and random questions with Chuck! This is Chuck Lidell in his own words, on Knockin' Doorz Down. For more on the Knockin' Doorz Down podcast and to follow us on social media https://linktr.ee/knockindoorzdown For Carlos Vieira's autobiography Knockin' Doorz Down https://www.kddmediacompany.com/ For 51FIFTY use the discount code KDD20 for 20% off! https://51fiftyltm.com/ For more information on the Carlos Vieira Foundation and the Race 2B Drug-Free, Race to End the Stigma and Race for Autism programs visit: https://www.carlosvieirafoundation.org/ For more on the Recovery in the Middle Ages podcast www.MiddleAgesrecovery.com For Mad Moose BBQ, make sure you check out their award-winning bbq sauces and rubs at www.madmoosebbq.com Listen to and Subscribe to the podcast wherever you listen for more Celebrity, everyday folks, and expert conversations at https://www.KDDPodcast.com © 2021 by KDD Media Company. All rights reserved.
For today's episode, we're going to talk about how you will start your 2022 and how things will be different for you. Check the link below to know more about my coaching membership! https://www.levelupbabe.com/The-Coaching-Mentorship “Nothing is going to change if you don't intentionally decide that it is” Building my own brand How Level Up Babe started What's going to be different to you this 2022
We are joined by Ole Miss pitcher Wes Burton. We talk about growing up in Santa Monica and going to a school that prepared him academically. We discuss his Tik Tok videos and trying to inspire young people in the sport of baseball. We talk about travel ball and then why he chose Ole Miss. We discuss with Wes his time at Ole Miss so far, and how this “let's get psycho” tag line came around and what expectations are this year. We also get the rundown on of the Omaha Challenge as he was on the winning team with Team Diamond. We then play this or that and discuss all major sports headlines. “We do not own the rights to this music”
Nikolas Ferreira tem 25 anos, é cristão convicto, foi o segundo vereador mais votado de Belo Horizonte, formado em direito, quer seguir na política, talvez saia candidato a deputado federal nas próximas eleições é cruzeirense e acabou de voltar da viagem aos países árabes com o presidente Bolsonaro Quer receber mensagens da Leda Nagle lá no Telegram? É só clicar no link: https://t.me/ledanagleoficial VIVENSO o cupom OSNAGLE para 5 % de desconto não Superaspirador VIVENSO. Nunca mais perca horas usando vassoura, rodo e panos de chão. Vivenso higieniza completamente sua casa de forma eficiente e em minutos. Clique aqui para reservar o seu - https://ledanagle.com.br/vivenso/ CAFÉ SANTA MONICA - CAFÉ GOURMET Café premium 100% arábica, da fazenda para você. Use o cupom: OSNAGLE para comprar o seu café Santa Monica com 15% DE DESCONTO. Site oficial: https://cafesantamonica.com.br/ LIVRARIA LEDA NAGLE Mais de 6.000 livros https://livraria.ledanagle.com.br Leda Nagle É Mineira, Carioca De Coração E Atualmente Mora Entre Rio De Janeiro E São Paulo. Grava Entrevistas Para O Canal Leda Nagle No Youtube E Facebook, Com Gente Do Brasil Inteiro .Jornalista Com Mais De 45 Anos De Profissão, Trabalhou Em Jornais, Revistas E Em Redes De Televisão. Capricorniana.
I was born in Santa Monica, CA, but moved to rural southwestern PA when I was very young, maybe five or six. There I lived on a beef cattle farm with cows, chickens, horses, an apple orchard, and a gigantic vegetable garden. Somewhere in my mid-teens a divorce landed me in a teeny tiny ex coal mining town, where… well… let's just say I didn't exactly flourish. And right before my senior year of high school my mom, step-dad, and my three younger siblings moved to Wilmington, NC, which at the time was a small sleepy beach town in southern NC. I stayed in PA with family friends to finish my senior year. After finishing my senior year of high school – and I just barely managed to graduate, probably to the surprise of my friends and family – I had to move to Wilmington. But I didn't want to. All my friends were in PA, and my only impression of NC at the time was Mayberry from the Andy Griffith show. So I came down to the beach under protest, vowing that I'd get a job, save up some money, and move back as soon as I could.But when I got here something magical happened. The ocean spoke to me in a powerful way. I had been to Virginia beach for a week on summer vacation a couple of times, but this was different. I somehow felt connected to the ocean, I found both excitement and calm when I was in or near the water. My youngest brother had taken up surfing, and my dad bought me a garage sale surfboard to get started. And I was hooked. And I mean addicted. I loved surfing and it became the center of my universe. I obsessed over it. I learned to read the weather, the tides, and the water. Make no mistake, I was still a teenage train-wreck. I drank heavily and abused pretty much any drug I could get my hands on, and in general live an unhealthy lifestyle – but when I was in the water everything was different. I lost myself, my problems and hang-ups fell away, all my angst, anger, and emotional sewage evaporated when I was in the ocean.I fell madly in love with the sea, and I never did go back to PA. I eventually found other ways to stay connected to the ocean - I fished, swam, boated, and dove. It was my passion and my therapy, my obsession. And one of my surfing heroes back then was a guy with the unlikely name of Buzzy Kerbox. Buzzy was a pro surfer and was always in the top ten surfers in the world, but I was drawn to him because of the crazy things he and his buddy Laird Hamilton were doing. They were constantly innovating and pushing boundaries. They were the first people I saw wind surfing in gigantic waves, they were towing each other into monstrous waves in a tiny boat, they were paddling ridiculous distances in very rough seas. They were redefining what's possible.My guest today is Buzzy Kerbox. Buzzy is an author, public speaker, model, iconic waterman and big wave surfer. In today's episode Buzzy shares how he went from an Indiana boy to one of the best surfers in the world. Along the way he shares his experiences as a professional surfer and model, and how he says in great surfing shape at age 65. Below is Buzzy's contact information as well as links to the resources we mentioned in this episode.Website - www.buzzykerbox.comBook – Making WavesInstagram - @buzzykerboxFacebook - @bkerboxDocumentary Movie – The 100 Foot Wave - https://www.hbo.com/100-foot-wave
Research shows that practicing mindfulness helps reduce stress, anxiety, lowers blood pressure and improves sleep. If we make it a habit, aside from our mental and physical health, it can also improve every aspect of our lives. Can mindfulness improve our relationships, too? The answer is yes and in this episode, Caroline Welch talks about its benefits, some tips in incorporating it into our daily lives and so much more. Caroline Welch is the CEO and co-founder, with Dr. Dan Siegel, of the Mindsight Institute in Santa Monica, California. She began her mindfulness practice forty years ago while working in Japan as an English teacher. Welch's book “The Gift of Presence: A Mindfulness Guide for Women” has been widely acclaimed. Caroline offers lectures and workshops on the power of mindfulness to enhance well-being in our personal and professional lives including its role in supporting racial and gender equity. Stay tuned and learn how mindfulness can play a big role in bringing you and your partner closer! Check out the transcript to this episode in Dr. Jessica Higgin's website. In this episode: 5:14 Caroline's definition of mindfulness and how it started for her. 7:19 Some real-life examples of mindfulness. 12:54 Why is mindfulness important. 16:24 Features of mindfulness. 26:52 Understanding the 3 Ps: Purpose, Pivoting, Pacing. Mentioned Mindsight Institute website The Gift of Presence: A Mindfulness Guide for Women book (*Amazon Link) Guided Mindfulness Meditation Practices with Jon Kabat Zinn website The Telomere Effect: A Revolutionary Approach to Living Younger, Healthier, Longer book (*Amazon Link) What Kind of Woman: Poems by Kate Baer book (*Amazon Link) John O'Donohue's website Life on Purpose by Victor J. Strecher: How Living for What Matters Most Changes Everything book (*Amazon Link) Self-Compassion: The Proven Power of Being Kind to Yourself by Dr. Kristin Neff book (*Amazon Link) The Guest House poem by Jalaluddin Rumi Connect with Caroline Welch Website: carolinewelch.com Facebook: facebook.com/carolinewelchauthor Instagram: instagram.com/carolinewelchauthor Twitter: twitter.com/CarolineWauthor Connect with Dr. Jessica Higgins Facebook: facebook.com/EmpoweredRelationship Instagram: instagram.com/drjessicahiggins Podcast: drjessicahiggins.com/podcasts/ Pinterest: pinterest.com/EmpowerRelation LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/drjessicahiggins Twitter: @DrJessHiggins Website: drjessicahiggins.com Email: email@example.com If you have a topic you would like me to discuss, please contact me by clicking on the “Ask Dr. Jessica Higgins” button here. Thank you so much for your interest in improving your relationship. Also, I would so appreciate your honest rating and review. Please leave a review by clicking here. Thank you! *With Amazon Affiliate Links, I may earn a few cents from Amazon, if you purchase the book from this link.
Welcome to the latest edition of TALKING SOUNDTRACKS on THE CINEMATIC RADIO PODCAST NETWORK. IVORY WAVE is an experimental horror short that unsettles an audience while asking them to empathize with sudden tragedy. Much of Ivory Wave appears to be dreamlike- suspended somewhere just outside the bounds of reality. The film asks the viewer to surrender themselves to the immersive story. The slight disorientation that is presented mirrors how one might feel when in a drug-induced state. Brilliantly, the film surrenders itself to this disorientation as the lead loses himself to grief and substance abuse. The music for the film, written for string quartet and bespoke modular electronics, was by award-winning composer and conductor LEANNA PRIMIANI. In October 2021 for TALKING SOUNDTRACKS via Zoom, Jason Drury had the pleasure of talking with Leanna Primiani at her studio in Santa Monica, California. During the interview, they talked about IVORY WAVE, her career to date and her future musical plans as well as playing excepts from IVORY WAVE and more from this new talent in film music. To listen to the complete Ivory Wave score, head over to her Bandcamp page by clicking HERE! Intro supplied by The Piecing It Together Podcast Special thanks to our Patreon supporters: Matt DeWater, David Ballantyne, Mindtrickzz, Joe Wiles, Rich Alves, Maxime, William Welch, Tim Burden, Alan Rogers, Dave Williams, Max Hamulyák, Jeffrey Graebner, Douglas Lacey, Don Mase, Victor Field, Jochen Stolz, Emily Mason, Eric Skroch, Alexander Schiebel, Alphonse Brown, John Link, Andreas Wennmyr, Matt Berretta, Eldaly Morningstar, Elizabeth, Glenn McDorman & Chris Malone. —— Cinematic Sound Radio is fully licensed to play music by SOCAN. Support us on Patreon https://www.patreon.com/cinematicsoundradio Check out our NEW Cinematic Sound Radio TeePublic Store! https://www.teepublic.com/stores/cinematic-sound-radio Cinematic Sound Radio Web: http://www.cinematicsound.net Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/cinsoundradio Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/cinematicsound Cinematic Sound Radio Fanfare and Theme by David Coscina https://soundcloud.com/user-970634922 Bumper voice artist: Tim Burden http://www.timburden.com
This story of Los Angeles' 1930s era of gambling boats — and Tony Cornero, the underworld boss at the center of the action — is a portal to another version of the city, one that's glamorous and seedy. Business reporter Daniel Miller spent months chasing down the tale, poring over FBI records, reviewing newspaper accounts and interviewing the few people alive who remember when barges bobbing off the coast of Santa Monica offered the chance at a sea-sprayed jackpot. He tells us about this world of water-cannon gangsters and floating vice dens — which paved the way for the popularity of Las Vegas and dramatically met its end 82 years ago this month.More reading:The secret history of L.A.'s glitzy gambling boat kingpin — and the raid that sank him
For today's episode, we're going to talk about content specifically for Instagram and using it to grow your account. A lot of people are jumping on the bandwagon and they wanted to show up in a way that causes more sales and engagement organically. And today, I'm going to tell you the best way to increase those numbers. “Having content that's working for you is literally honing a skill, it's gonna take time and practice.” Content for growth What your content should be How to bring in organic sales
Ramona Lehman is just as iconic as The Munger Moss Motel and recently celebrated 50 years as the owner and operator of this Missouri Route 66 must see stop along The Mother Road. Join host Anthony Arno as he talks with Ramona about How does an Iowa farm girl wind up on Route 66? Honeymooning along Route 66 Early history of The Munger Moss Motel Origin of the Munger Moss Name Remembering her late husband, Bob Lehman Helping businesses along Route 66 get established The early days when Ramona arrived at The Munger Moss Discovering garages that were once part of the motel Ramona's room recommendation at The Munger Moss Long term residents at The Munger Moss The Munger Moss: To sell or not to sell? Will the children carry on the Munger Moss tradition? The world famous Munger Moss Neon sign Celebrating 50 years at The Munger Moss Most memorable guests to walk through the door Meeting the original owner many years later – Emmitt Moss Maintaining the Munger Moss sign Constant flow of picture takers along Route 66 Most popular Munger Moss items for sale in the lobby Bob Lehman's prized toy collection The biggest challenge in 50 years at The Munger Moss The very first in-ground pool in Lebanon, Missouri arrives at The Munger Moss Ramona's last vacation Preserving Route 66 for future generations Is Ramona as famous locally as she is with Route 66 travelers? Ramona's Grandchildren and Great-Grandchildren visiting at The Munger Moss Sales pitch for The Munger Moss 2021 Next item on Ramona's Bucket list A Ramona Lehman Revelation: Where hasn't she been along Route 66? (The answer WILL surprise you!) Long Live Route 66 LINKS Article: Ramona celebrates 50 years on Route 66 (2021) Article: Bob and Ramona celebrate 45 years on Route 66 (2016) Website: Munger Moss Motel Facebook Page: Munger Moss Motel Video: Munger Moss featured on KYW News (2019) Thank you to Route 66 Podcast & Scholarship supporters! MidPoint Cafe, Adrian, TX – Featuring both their Ugly Crust Pie and one of the most popular photo ops along Route 66, located exactly halfway between Chicago and Santa Monica in Adrian, Texas. Gilligan's Route 66 Tours featuring tours of Route 66 in Ford Mustang convertibles, stays at historic Route 66 motels, and daily breakfast. Jack Rabbit Trading Post, Joseph City, AZ – Probably one of the most iconic curio shops along Route 66, the famous Here It Is billboard and fiberglass jackrabbit in front of the store is reason enough to stop…. and say hello to Cindy and Antonio. Jon B – Rhode Island Mary Beth Busutil – Florida Jim Crabtree – California Mike Fort Route 66 author and photographer – Shellee Graham and also my guest on Episode # 10 where she talks about her book, Tales from the Coral Court Motel. Kristin Haakenson – Washington Rich Havlik – Minnesota Mary Nicholson – Pennsylvania Wendy Raschke – Texas Brian Sawyer – Indiana Evan Stern – New York United Kingdom Charli Beeton The Netherlands Jim Rensen Please consider supporting both The Route 66 Podcast and Scholarship Program through Patreon. Patreon members receive access to an additional 10 minutes of this episode, featuring the following content: Long term residents and restrictions staying at The Munger Moss Joining the Rotary Club and Ramona's lucky streak Ramona takes up cactus growing Has the average guest heard of The Munger Moss? Norwegian Route 66 Members must travel the route in person to join their Association
Nick Haraden and his wife started investing in real estate in early 2020. They quickly acquired multiple homes and hopped directly into a on a 24-unit apartment syndication, all while continuing to add to their single-family portfolio. In this episode, Nick tells us about his journey, from starting out to where he is now. Learn more about Nick's company on his website: www.hudsonhallproperties.com --- 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 up everyone? Welcome to another episode of The Remote Real Estate Investor. I'm Michael Albaum and today I'm joined by an actual old high school buddy of mine, Nick Haraden. And Nick got his start investing in single family homes with Roofstock and is now grown to do some pretty incredible things that he's going to share with all of us today. So without further ado, let's jump into it. Nick Haraden, man, thank you so much for taking the time and hanging out with me today. I really appreciate it. Nick: Yeah, absolutely. I'm really happy to be here. I'm really excited. Michael: I'm, dude me too. And for anyone that doesn't know, and I'm sure most people don't know, Nick and I are actually old buddies from high school. That went our own separate ways for about a decade and now are reconvening talking about real estate. Nick: Yeah, it's pretty crazy. You know, it's quite a story. So happy to jump into it soon here. Michael: Yeah, yeah. So So tell everyone cuz I know a little bit more about your background. I think most of our listeners do. So give everybody listening a little bit of idea of what it is that you're doing in real estate now, but also how you got your start? Nick: Yeah. Well, I'll start kind of from not from the very beginning, but from, you know, a couple years ago, Michael: I graduated Agora High School. Nick: Yeah, well, Michael and I, we go back to high school, like Michael said, and super random, we got reconnected through Roofstock, which, you know, we saw we started, you know, our real estate journey about, you know, just right at the start of the pandemic, so two years ago almost and… Michael: Perfect time to get into real estate. Nick: Yeah, really. Yeah, it really was, we've grown, you know, so much, which is, you know, just, I'll get to that later. But, you know, my, my wife and I, Molly, you know, we have two kids, Hudson and Dakota, and we work and, you know, we, you know, my wife's a nurse, and you know, I work for Northrop Grumman, and I do contracts for them. And, you know, we didn't want to work our whole lives, right? We wanted more time with our family, and, you know, everybody that we kind of knew growing up, and, you know, even my family, and everybody's always been in real estate, and, you know, never really clicked in my head, I was just like, Oh, I'm just gonna keep getting promoted, you know, just gonna keep on working harder and working more. And it's like, yeah, well, you know, I don't want to work more I want more time with with my family and travel and go to, you know, plays and sporting events with with my kids. And you know, so it kind of kind of started with that. And we randomly Molly found Roofstock, through like a friend at work. And she's in there, like, Hey, have you ever looked at Roofstock? And we were like, No, we don't even know what that is, you know, like, well, you know, we bought a property on there. It's really great. They have like, a ton of listings, and you can look at different areas. And she's like, Hey, Nick, you know, we should look into this. I'm like, oh, yeah, this is this is awesome. Like, I could just slide through this and like, try to figure out like, what I like the different areas and like, you know, what the rent potential is and neighborhood ratings and everything like that. And I remember jumping on a call with first time, and we're like, oh, we're scheduling a call with someone to learn more about real estate. And that it's Michael. It's like, I'm like, Oh, my God, this is Michael from high school. Like, I've no idea. She's like, Okay, I'm just like, do you understand this crazy? Michael: Wht don't you get it? It's wild. Nick: Yeah, it's wild. And then, you know, then it clicked in her head, like, Oh, okay. Well, but you know, she doesn't know she didn't. She went to she grew up in San Luis Obispo, which I know, Michael: Right, right, right. Nick: Anyways, so, you know, randomly to how we got to like right now. But, you know, I looked through our notes the other day, like randomly, and it was from our first call, and it's like, you should look into bigger pockets. And I'm like, Oh, my God. We really were at day one. And, and then that's how I had to send you a note saying, Oh, my God, you wouldn't even believe like where we're at now. Michael: I know it's amazing. Nick: Yeah, it really is crazy. But you know, I was telling you earlier, when we talked last week, I was like, you know, roofstock really made it so we can have our jump off point. I mean, we bought our first two properties on roofstock. And now we have six, six single family rentals. And we have a 24 unit apartment complex, which we syndicated and it's just crazy the steps that we took to get from that point to now. And you know, you were our first contact in that space. Michael: For better for worse. Nick: No, it really was for better, I mean, it's like, you know, you're like, This is your rent potential. This is your, you know, you're like explaining, you know, the every step, and it was like, the note the notes were just so funny, and then, you know, we expanded on that and, you know, really, really grew, you know, our business point, you know, I made my own spreadsheet, I, you know, found we, you know, we did a ton of research on different markets, and we use the Roofstock really to kind of get going, because we'd said, oh, yeah, you know, this is the neighborhood rating, this is why it's rated that way. You know, this is the class a little area. So, you know, we use, like, a lot of people's data, essentially, to make better decisions for ourselves, you know, at one point we're looking at, where's the next Whole Foods going? You know, you know, we were researching all these different, like big companies saying, Oh, where are people moving? where are people going? And we had, you know, access to some capital at the time from, you know, savings and, you know, different, you know, different vehicles or investing through stock markets that were able to diversify. So we were like saying, Well, do we want to do one one house and just do a big downpayment? Or do we want to spread it around? And at the time, we were like, Oh, we don't really know. But now it's like, yeah, well, you definitely want to, you know, get as many as you can. So that's kind of like how we started, that's how that's how we ended, you know, today, and the kind of like, the basics of how we started. But, yeah, I mean, it really came down to, you know, finding Roofstock and kind of gone with it, which was, which was awesome. And we still recommend it to the day that people Hey, you want to buy your first property, go on Roofstock see what they got. Do some research that way, you know, just learn the areas and then and then get into more research, you know, but it's, it's, you know, it's so funny how it all kind of comes full circle. So Michael: It really has, and I definitely remember that conversation too. And I was chatting with Molly and she goes, Oh, my husband's from Agora. And I said, Oh, cool. Where in Agora?. And like, Canaan, I was like, oh, cool, did you go to Agora High. Yeah, when you graduate 2008. I was like, Holy crap, me too! like, it's Michael Albaum I'm like, it's Nick Haraden! It's such a funny throwback. But talk to me about what that mindset shift was from pre finding roofstock to post, you know, post knowing about rootstock and then to buying that first property. Because I think so many people have the tools, but never end up making the jump. So what allowed you to make that leap? Nick: Yeah, I think, you know, so like, it's not rocket science, right? You just got to know, you got to know your numbers, you got to have you got to build a little bit of a network, you know, you got to, you got to reach out to people like I, the biggest thing for me was, yes, the mindset was, like, hey, we could do this, it's not that hard. A house isn't scary, you know, like, there's it you know, you have your inspection reports you have, you have all these contingencies that help you, you know, later on the road, you know, you can get more creative, but at the start, I mean, you have a lot of things that protect you. So, the mindset is really just to get out of your comfort level. And for us, we were very comfortable, you know, we had, we had a, you know, W2 jobs, which I still have, and so she, you know, we're getting or, you know, pay stubs, and but it wasn't enough, you know, you we want to get to the point where we were stopped working, and we can have more time. So, the biggest mindset was saying, you know, let's, let's grow out of this mindset of just saying, you know, next paycheck next paycheck, and get into the fact of saying, you know, let's let's put our money to work and put it to work the best way possible, which we felt was was real estate, you know, the stock market, you have, which has been doing great, but you know, you can't really control it. Real Estate, you can really control there's so many benefits, but taxes, you know, rental income, someone paying your mortgage leverage, I mean, is on unlimited things that you can do with with real estate, and there's so many outs. And to get to our first one, it was a little scary, because we didn't know we had we hadn't done it yet. But the second that we did the first one, it was like all downhill. I mean, we're just going okay, let's get the next one. Let's get the next one. But we did it in a smart way, you know, like we, you know, the first I think the first one we use the Roofstock calculator, which is great. I then kind of transformed it into something a little bit bigger on my own Excel sheet Excel sheet that could I really used to like dig into, you know, hey, take out you know, first month's rent for your your PM, you know, the different you know, all different types of things, depending on what the house you know, was and how much repairs or whatever it needed. So the mindset was really just being prepared and being able to, like take that next step and not be too scared to do it. So, you know, we talked to people you know, I talk to people every day because I I'm always trying to help people I'm on these like Facebook boards and messengers and all this stuff saying, you know, people saying like, how did you get, you know, five, six properties in two years and apartment? Well, it just was taking that first step and knowing your numbers, you know, running your numbers, and then taking the time to learn your market and You know, we weren't spread out too too wide, you know, we really focused on, we're focused on St. Louis, Missouri is where all our properties are. Now, we did do like a ton of research on different markets, and I'm open to going to different markets. But now we know our market. And the second something comes up and like a good deal or, you know, we get off market deals. And you know, it just pays so much to just be in one market and be an expert in that that area. So yes, to go on your first deal. Long story short, was just yeah, you got to just take the leap and have faith and the different processes that are built in for for someone buying a home, it's all you're all there to be protected. You know, you just got to you got to take that next step. Michael: Yeah, not so good. And if you could think back, turn back the clock, two years to that first property, Nick and Molly, did you have a roadmap that led you to then syndicate apartments? Or were you just like, You know what, let's figure it out. Let's get this one done. And just figure it out as we go. Michael: Yeah. No, syndications was not even close to my mind. I mean, syndications is brand new to us to be honest, like six months, and at the time, you know, there's so many different podcasts, you know, I listened to The Remote Real Estate Investor podcast, I listened to, you know, bigger pockets, a lot of these other ones that I found, and anytime syndications came up at the beginning, I was like, ah, you know, Skip, wait till the next one. Yeah, it's just like it was it was so complex to me, right, I'll just like, I'm just focused on single family right now. And then you kind of learn that, you know, the bigger the place, the more the more you have protections in place, you have more tenants paying your rent, you have built in vacancies, you have, you know, less roofs, less, HVACs, less front, you know, everything is kind of makes more sense as you grow, which we figured out down the road. And, Michael: Of course, Nick: You know, our first property, you know, we were just, you know, the second I remember, you know, sitting outside in my backyard saying, and we did like a little cheers for buying your first property, or, like, you know, this is for, at the time, we only had one kid, we're like, this is gonna be Hudson's either choice to go to college, or he can, you know, I have this property when he gets to that point. So we're, like, you know, this is for this is properties for him,essentially, you know, as we get the cash flow as we go, you know. So it's, that's kind of how we started with that. And then we grew pretty fast. Because we, you know, I took the time to really just call so many different people in St. Louis, and we met so many awesome people right off the bat. I mean, the property management, property manager that we met was off of Roofstock is one of your guys recommendations. And he's been, they have been awesome, you know, we, the the first person we called was was him. And I went right to the, the guy that owns the company. And he was like, he took the time to talk to us for like, a half hour and without even without even meeting us, you know, like, never met us before anything, and just like, hey, this is what we're doing. You know, we probably asked like, the most basic questions, and he just had so much like, you know, he just gave us the time of day. And then from that point, we talked to like insurance brokers, we talked to people that were on the ground there that we met through different people, different contractors, and we just like, you know, we learned the area so well, but it just came from just talking to people and picking up the phone and calling you know, it can't descend an email, you can't just send a text, you got to like, actually connect video chat with people as much as I could, to just get like that, that connection going a little bit more. And then from that point, we met a rockstar agent to move after Roofstock We acquired some properties on the MLS and some off off market stuff, but we really found an awesome agent who was able to just, you know, go into these different homes and do video calls with us. He's an investor as well. So it was really the, you know, the perfect combo with that he's extremely busy, but oh, he's kind of gave us the time. Now, you know, I bought him a golf club. And, you know, like, we're, you know, I know his kids names. He's like, he wants to come out to you know, California and go play 18 holes. You know, and he he gets a ton of off market stuff and he and he brings it to us first he's like, you know, here I have a package which we funny stories I you know, he brought us the package or like 15 homes, which we were like this close to closing on, probably about six months ago. Michael: Okay. Nick: And at the last second, the the owners pulled out and there's three owners and they had to all agree and one didn't. But anyways, like the more people we met, the more like opportunities we have, or like off market deals and all this stuff and then to get the syndications finally now, so our newest and greatest baby Dakota, she was born in May and that's that's pretty much the time that we were like, hey, I need another mindset change is I need to I want to be able to grow to the point where you know, we don't have to put in you know, so much money to keep growing you know, we want to syndicate right so we want to raise Capital. We want to find these awesome deals we want to be very active in it on on general partner side. And it's like what can we do to get more creative? Right? We felt like we really had a handle on the single family stuff. I really wanted to get into multifamily, but I couldn't find any decent deals like it's just crazy everywhere for multifamily, you know, duplex, it tries quads. So we found a 24 unit. And I met a awesome partner, my business partner, his name is Michael as well. And he's from San Diego. Great name a news gray at the time I met him right. We actually met on on Facebook randomly were part of the a couple of like syndication groups, I really want to learn like everything I could about it's like, bought a few books, Joe Fairless, his book, a couple raising capital books, we had never done it. Michael: Did you go back and listen to all those syndication podcasts? Nick: I did. Yeah. I went back to all of them. And I was like, oh my god, now I gotta go listen to him. But the thing is, like when when I find something I really want to do I just dive in. And it it really just went really fast. I mean, we start we did our on a website, we started talking to investors, we met our business partner, talk to syndication lawyers, attorneys like everything. And then we found the deal. I mean, we found us and we found an apartment complex that was just it made the most sense, because I already knew the market. It's in St. Louis, we already had people on the ground that we built over two years. And it has some awesome points to this to this apartment complex that I knew would be a great buy for St. Louis because it was very special. It had their own basements, I mean, stuff that you don't really see in a lot of apartments that if you live in St. Louis and Missouri, you know, people love their basements there for storage, extra extra sleeping space. That's not technically legal. But you know, people use their stores for a lot of different things. And that's what their basement is for. But this this had it it was like the perfect property. And it we found the property so fast. We just we just had the run so hard. I mean, I was up till 2am most nights like cranking away while we have a newborn while Molly just like wants to kill me come down and help with the kids. I'm like, I'm trying I want to you know, try to do this work, kids, syndications. I'm like, trust me, this is gonna be good for us. Michael: A couple years from now, Nick: Yeah, I had to I had to treat her to like a nice massage after that. But we really just like dove in, and we raised our capital. And like we did a webinar, we talked to all these investors, we had like 40 people on the call or something. And we raised the capital and under, like, 30 minutes after the call, and people were like, on board, I had friends, family investors, because you know, a lot of people, they just don't they, they want to invest, but they don't know how right? I mean, that's the whole point of Roofstock and your pockets. Like there's so many people out there that just don't know how to do it. And sometimes you need that person that can be like, Hey, I have this awesome deal is a great return for you. Which you know, in apartment complexes, you get the pretty, pretty awesome returns. And, you know, we had so many people that were like, okay, like, I trust you guys, you know, you guys are seeing like, you know, awesome people, people that already knew already knew that. But you know, it just, it just went from there. And then yeah, we closed on that syndication literally four weeks ago. So yeah, so that's, that's the long long story. Kind of a long story there. That kind of leads us to where we are today with that. Michael: So and and so did your business partner Michael have any syndication experience? Nick: Yeah, he did. Definitely more than I did, I was coming from you know, zero. But I was bringing all the contacts all the you know, people on the ground that contractors, the property manager, so he was bringing the business more of the business background so he had a few he went through a few like cycle not cycle the syndication but through, went through a few things with a couple operators that didn't end up closing on the deal. But he went out and like did due diligence and like underwrote a bunch of deals for a couple of different operators. So he had a lot of the background like this is how we do syndication. You know, we need to do a syndication lawyer, we need to, you know, we need to, you know, these are the steps to get the syndication done. And then I had the contacts in St. Louis, that was actually pretty much like a perfect marriage. In that sense. You know, we we connected I reached out to him and saying, hey, you know, it looks like you know a lot about syndications. I'd love to actually learn more at the time. I was just trying to learn a little bit more about it. And he said, Yeah, well this is the deal where I'm currently working on I can send you the OM for I'm like, Okay, awesome. And then like literally a week later, It's just like stuck in my head. I'm like, oh my god, I could do this. Like, I know I can do it. I love real estate. I love working out issues. I love working out problems. I already know that my market so well, I just sent a message like, hey, if I can find something in St. Louis, like, can we team up? And let's see what we can do. And he's like, yeah, absolutely. The person I'm working with isn't responding and all this stuff, right? So it was like, it's just our paths crossed at the perfect time, I was on paternity leave. So I was like, I have a little bit more time, but I still have a newborn. So like, kind of not really more time. But, you know, so luckily, it was our second kid and not our first. So you know, we went through the motions a little bit more. So it just like we crossed paths at the perfect time. And we just it just went so fast. Like I said before, like over the course of literally like two months, we were in the process of like, flying out the St. Louis doing walkthroughs and are like, Oh my God, here we go. Michael: Off to the races. Nick: Off to the races. Man. Michael: That's so cool. So for recommendations for people who are looking to get started syndicating, would you say that they should wait till they have some maternity leave it to take advantage of the opportunity? Nick: Man, Yeah, it probably is. There's so much work involved is is you really, I mean, I don't think I'd be able to do it if I was working in the office, because right now I'm working remotely, I'm able to flex my time to where I can get more stuff done. I mean, I can, you know, I can do my work, you know, crunch my workout, get that done, and then jump on and do do real estate and fill in meetings as I go. And like my downtimes, I can jump on and do more real estate in this, like, when I'm in the office, I don't think that I could have that time. And I'd probably be still kind of stuck in the rat race. And I think the pandemic has really, you know, showed us that, hey, first of all, you can work remotely, and you can still do a good job and do everything you want with your regular job and still have time to be with your family or, you know, start a business like we did. And you know, I'm doing better at my, my W2 job than I ever have. Because I know I need to get that done to do real estate. Michael: Gotta eat your vegetables before you can have dessert. Nick: Yeah, exactly. And, you know, our goal is to, you know, we want to we want to stop working, you know, stop stop with our W twos. And in the next you know, maybe three, four years, and just, you know, focus on real estate and focus on growing and doing stuff that, you know, I love real estate. So I want to focus on doing something I love and have more time, I know I could I could do this real estate, you know, work from from wherever and you know, make my own time for it. So that's pretty much the goal, the end goal, at least right is to have more time, not necessarily more money, but more time. But we want to get to a point where we do have, you know, the capital coming or the you know, the income coming in, but the goal is ever since the very beginning is to have more time. So that's that's what we're we're focused on. Michael: Love it. So with that being the goal, what's next for you? And Michael and Molly? Nick: You know, right now, the single families are just they're easy to get. You know, we get it we have a really good pipeline now in St. Louis. And people are, you know, people in the Midwest, think of California people as people that are make like strong offers, but don't don't capitalize it, right? They say oh, yeah, buy all these properties. And then, you know, it's just like kicking the tire down the road. So now that we've kind of made ourselves known in St. Louis, and the syndication world is very small. And, you know, brokers, you know, we're meeting with brokers meeting, you know, people that can bring us more deals, but they know now like, hey, you know, you have a portfolio here, you have a 24 unit apartment complex, we know that you can close on deals, you know, that really goes a long ways not to mention it goes a ton always with your lender, you know, we use local lender for for lending on the apartment building. But once you've kind of, you know, made yourself known out there, you can really get more access to better deals, more deals, and more qualified deals. So the next what we want to do next, and I say like, you know, single families are easy to come by right now. It's because, you know, we get a handful of deals that are just, you know, off market stuff that people know like, hey, they can close and whatever days they have the capital for they know what they're doing. They have this track record. So you know, we were still buying single family homes. Michael: Low hanging fruit Nick: We Yeah, it's you know, we have a great return. I mean, we shoot for at least a minimum about $350 cash flow, pure cash flow and about an 18 to 20% return. And we're getting that in the markets that were that we're in. Now homes have gone up 35 40% in our market, which makes it tougher, but now we're not finding a ton of stuff on the MLS but like I said, you know, we're getting a lot of off market stuff. So it's hard to say no to the deal while we're waiting for another one, you know, the best time to buy real estate is yesterday, right? So, right. You know, we're trying to like, you know, build and build and still have the capital to get something along or something a little bit bigger. But with syndications, the beauty of syndications, right is that you can really grow quickly because you have capital from investors that you know, really want a great return as well. So, we're, you know, we're in talks of, you know, talking to people that are pure capital raisers, KPs, which is people that can, like you know, have the bankroll essentially for bigger deals, because in syndications, you know, when you're a general partner, you have to have the, you know, you have to have the bankroll to support the loan. So eventually, you know, I don't have that bankroll. You know, not a lot of people do. So there's people out there, it's actually quite interesting that just purely as their job is to, like, banker, all these properties. So it's quite interesting. So, you know, we're just learning, we're still learning more, you know, we're trying to get this deal off the ground as well, this first indication, you know, would you you know, we do the all the asset management behind it, everything. So, you know, I think we're just really trying to make ourselves the best product that we can be as we move forward. We know we don't want to jump into something just to jump into, you know, single family stuff. Yes, we're trying to get stuff as they can. Because we know what a good deal is, we know our market really well. With syndications. It's a little bit different, you know, we don't want to just jump into a deal just for the fee that we're going to get, that's not our goal, right. So we want to actually get a great deal for investors. Not to mention a lot of them in this past deal. Were friends and family, you know, so, you know, we want to make sure we're getting their returns and that's the most important part in syndications is paying out your investors. So yeah, a lot, a lot more, a lot more, you know, a lot more work on the syndication side, a lot more stress, you know, constantly thinking about what's gonna go wrong next. You know, there's always something you're like, I'm like, going through my mind like, Okay, what's, who's not going to pay next? What's gonna break next, you know, all this stuff. But, you know, we we underwrite really conservatively, and we make sure that we have the reserves, we make sure we have the capex account, kind of everything that goes into it. So that's kind of where we're going next. I mean, we're, you know, we briefly talked about short term rentals. Another crazy story, we're using the same agent out in the Smokies… Michael: I rememver that conversation too, I am chatting with this agent, her their husbands and property managers, like, is it Jen, like, holy crap, it is. Nick: Yeah, so, so the short term rental side not to get too sidetracked on that, but you know, we're, we want to get to the point, right, where we have enough monthly income coming in where we can kind of you know, break away from our job and short term rental right now, just popping in the Smokies is probably the best place in the whole world for short term rentals. I mean, it's just absolutely amazing. Molly did some did some studying in Tennessee, so she kind of grew up there a little bit gone to the smoky so we have some background in the Smokies. I've never actually personally been but yeah, we're trying to find a short term rental and Smokies you know, just, you know, to be diversified. For one, one thing, and also to just capitalize on this crazy Airbnb market right now. I mean, it's just absolutely exploding. There's so many benefits in the Smokies of the driving distance that we've talked about, you know, it's just, there's a lot of awesome things. And, yeah, we want to get to that point where, like I said, we have that monthly income coming in, where we can start stepping away from other things and have more time. And, you know, we're, you know, underwriting there. And we really, you know, it's hard to get properties out there. So we want to make sure we do it the right way. So that's, that's kind of what we're, we're kind of focused on right now. That's so exciting. Michael: So you have done a lot of things, you've got a lot more things on the horizon. What do you turn back? Kind of looking over your shoulder in a rearview mirror? What do you say to people who are just getting started? Who couldn't fathom doing any of the things that you're doing? I mean, what do you say to somebody who's trying to just get started? Nick: I think that for someone that's just getting started, and we were actually helping a few people right now that are just getting started. One of them is you know, Molly's best friend, Michael: Trying to put me out of a job at the Roofstock Academy man, take over my coaching role? Nick: Honestly, she, she's finding properties on Roofstock, I said, look on Roofstock, because you can get so much done there. Like, you know, a lot of people you know, they, they need, you know, they need to learn all this stuff, like cash on cash returns, right, just like you taught us, right. And honestly, like, you know, you taught us a lot of that stuff and and, you know, sure, we probably would have learned it at some point, but you know, it really, you know, you're able to give us that info like right off the bat and then we can really analyze property the right way. But you know, just telling people like, you know, make sure that you know your numbers, and then don't be scared to just jump in, you know, you have to be able to find a market. That makes sense. So, you know, we, we really do refer people on Roofstock quite a bit, because you guys have so much data on there, and it solves a lot of questions of, is this a good area? Well, you know, Roofstock gives you a pretty good idea. And then, you know, go on all these, you know, Zillow go on, you know, realtor.com, and you can see like, the crime rates, and you can see, you know, the, what the housing markets done there, how much is supposed to go up what the rent potential is, but also, you know, you need to call people, you know, you find your market and call a property manager and find out all the good and bad areas, you know, just like, you know, you got to put in some sweat equity in this deal, because you can't just find a deal. And then hopefully it makes it happen, real estate's active, right. So you got to as passive as people want it to be, you still got to be there, and you got to make sure you got to manage your property managers, I mean. So, so first starting off, I think people need to be able to, one, be able to find your resources like Roofstock, or, you know, something that can help people kind of get going, and then have the time and the ability to say, Okay, this is a good deal, not a good deal on your numbers, and then find someone in your market and confirm those things. And then once you do that, you can try to find a good deal. You know, I think that my background, so I, I recently started in hospitality for you know, right out of college, I was senior sales manager, I was sales managers that a lot of different hotels, I just wanted to keep on getting promoted in Santa Monica and I got a lot of customer service background, though. And then I transitioned to aerospace defense, very random, but I think Michael: Those seem related. Nick: Very different, right, right before you know, a couple of like, maybe six months before the pandemic, thankfully, because you know, hotels had a huge downturn during the pandemic. And then now I do contracts for, for for Northrop Grumman. So I do negotiating contracts on behalf of Northrop Grumman with the government. So I think all those things have helped me become a better landlord, because it's a people business, you know, you really have to put in your time with the people to make sure you have the best experience and best best returns possible. I mean, for all our tenants, we write them, you know, not not Christmas cards, but we send them you know, happy New Year cards with like a $20 gift card. Not necessarily saying like, Hey, call us, but just saying like, Hey, thanks for being you know, a great tenant. And, you know, we take care of our agent who's brought us a ton of deals like bottom, a golf club, Michael: That's great, Nick: You know, stuff, stuff like that, you know, I stay in contact with a lot of people that have helped us and just say, Thank you, you know, just talk to these people. And, you know, really put in the time to be more people oriented. And I think having my background of customer service that really got me to the point of where I've been able to make all these awesome connections and have the, you know, the network around me to say, like, hey, I can go out and check out your property for you, like, you know, don't worry about it, you know We flew out to St. Louis, for our inspections for due diligence for this apartment complex. And like three of our property managers showed up to walk through every single unit with us, and we had a contractor come out that I've worked with, and it's like, these people would just came out at 8am on a Thursday with very little notice, and was like, I'm going to walk every apartment with you, I'm going to tell you the rent potential and all of it and it just, you know, they gave, they gave us so much. So much back, that was awesome. And it's just by building these, these relationships, you know, I, I don't treat it as like a transactional feature for all these people. I treat them as people. And Michael: A novel concept. Nick: And yeah, and it's, it's, it's interesting, because not everybody does think that way. But I think if you have that mentality of thinking, like, Hey, this is like people that are going to help you grow, you got to treat them, like like your family. And then you got you know, sometimes you got to treat them. Like it's more of like a business, of course. But to get going, you know, you need to make sure that, you know, hey, you're on the right track, you know, you're you're meeting these people, and they're going to help you out a lot more than you think. When you're first meeting them. So, you know, treat them well. Michael: That's such a good point, Nick. And it's something that I try to tout too, and that relationships matter. This is not an individual or siloed business. And I love the example of those property managers and contractor coming out to meet you because you've you've poured in today. And so now it's coming back to you. Nick: Yeah, yeah. Mike, my business partner, Michael is like, oh my gosh, this is crazy. I'm just like, Yeah, I mean, you know, this is what happens when you build good relationships. And he has his properties in Wisconsin, so he's not in St. Louis. So he he didn't have the same contacts, obviously. But I was like, Look, you know, I have some awesome people that I've met and I think we can do a great job and that was just you know, at one example, Michael: So that is awesome, Nick. Well, dude, I'm gonna let you get out of here. But before I do if somebody is interested in investing with you in your syndication, learning more about you, what, what, where should they go? How can we get in touch with you? Nick: Yeah, you can go or people can reach us a number of different ways. But the best ways to really just jump on our website, it's www.HudsonHallproperties.com. Or they can email email me at homes@HudsonHall properties.com. Either one of those works. And you know, there's a ton of, you know, information about syndications and real estate in general on our website, we really took the time to go through it. And people can get a lot more information just through that and then sign up to be on our message board essentially, like for, you know, different deals that are coming out or if they want to schedule a call, whatever it may be happy to jump on a call with anybody as well. So… Michael: Right on, we'll do thank you so much for coming on and sharing your wisdom and past experience of this. Really appreciate you. Nick: Yeah, thanks, Michael. Thanks for having me. Michael: Of course. My pleasure, man. Talk to you soon. Already, everybody. That was our episode, a big thank you to Nick for coming on the show. Definitely check out his website if you're interested in learning more about him and the syndications that he's working on. As always, if you liked the episode, feel free to leave us a rating or review. They are super helpful for us, and we look forward to seeing the next one. Happy investing
Join us for the latest episode of The Hamilton Review Podcast! In this conversation, Dr. Bob sits down with Dr. Alice Kuo to discuss the COVID vaccine for children ages 5-11. Parents, caregivers and educators - this conversation is for you as the two doctors discuss the common questions and concerns about this important vaccine for children. A must listen episode. Enjoy this important conversation and share with a friend! Dr. Alice Kuo is Associate Professor of Internal Medicine, Pediatrics, and Psychiatry and Biobehavioral Sciences at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA, and of Health Policy and Management in the UCLA Fielding School of Public Health. She is also the Chief of the Medicine-Pediatrics Section and Director of the Medicine-Pediatrics Comprehensive Care Center. Her research interests are mainly in early childhood, and she has published in the areas of developmental screening and services, early literacy practices, cognitive and language development in young minority children, hearing screening in early childhood, services for children with autism, and mental health services for children. In addition to her research, Dr. Kuo is heavily involved in educational programs at many levels, from high school to post-graduate fellows. As the co-director of the Training Core for the NHLBI-funded Center for Population Health and Health Disparities, she works with disadvantaged high school students in East Los Angeles, focusing on reduction of cardiovascular risk factors, community capacity-building and career mentoring. She is the Director of the Maternal and Child Health Bureau (MCHB)-funded Pathways for Students into Health Professions for disadvantaged undergraduate students interested in public health and health professional careers. She also teaches the Foundations of Maternal and Child Health course at the UCLA School of Public Health each year. In October 2012, Dr. Kuo joined the NICHD-funded Center for Autism Research and Treatment as its Director of Research Training and Education. In September 2020 she was named as the Project Investigator of the Autism Intervention Research Network on Physical Health, a multi-organizational network dedicated to improving health outcomes of autistic individuals. At the David Geffen School of Medicine, she is Director of the Systems of Care Pathway, a longitudinal program for medical students to learn about the intersection of health care systems and clinical practice. At the post-graduate level, Dr. Kuo is the Program Director of the UCLA Combined Internal Medicine and Pediatrics Residency Program. At the national level, Dr. Kuo is currently a member of the Executive Committee of the Council of Community Pediatrics in the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP). She was the co-chair of the Community Pediatrics Training Initiative Program Advisory Committee at the AAP from 2005-20008. She was the co-chair of the Advocacy Training Special Interest Group in the Academic Pediatrics Association (APA) from 2004-2007, and Region Co-Chair of the APA from 2007-2010. Clinically, Dr. Kuo sees primary care patients at the Medicine-Pediatrics Comprehensive Care Center in Santa Monica, the first ambulatory practice at UCLA with extended hours in the evenings and on weekends and holidays. She also precepts residents and students at the Simms-Mann Health Center in Santa Monica. She also directs the School Function Program at the Venice Family Clinic, a primary care-based model for addressing learning issues and mental health problems in children. Dr. Kuo received a B.A. in biology from Harvard University, her M.D. from UCLA, and her Ph.D. in educational psychology with a focus on early childhood and special education from the Graduate School of Education and Information Studies at UCLA. How to contact Dr. Bob: YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChztMVtPCLJkiXvv7H5tpDQ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drroberthamilton/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/bob.hamilton.1656 Seven Secrets Of The Newborn website: https://7secretsofthenewborn.com/ Website: https://roberthamiltonmd.com/ Pacific Ocean Pediatrics: http://www.pacificoceanpediatrics.com/ Share this episode with a friend and leave a rating + review on Apple Podcasts to help others find this content. Thanks so much!
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Join us for the latest episode of The Hamilton Review Podcast! In this conversation, Dr. Bob sits down with Matt Benedetto, Head of Mathematics at Pacifica Christian High School. Dr. Bob and Matt discuss many important topics including developing a healthy appreciation for math, fostering math confidence, supporting your student in their math studies and more. Matt has a wealth of knowledge and every parent and educator will benefit from this rich discussion. Enjoy this great conversation and share with a friend! Matt Benedetto bio: Matt Benedetto grew up outside of Chicago, Illinois in a family of athletes and educators. As a senior in high school, Matt had the opportunity to teach math for a day. That experience was enough to know he wanted to pursue teaching math as a career. After receiving his degree in Mathematics Education, Matt moved out to Santa Monica to teach math at Pacifica. Matt has taught AP Calculus, Honors Pre-Calculus, Pre-Calculus, Geometry, Algebra and Introduction to Personal Finance. In his free time, he enjoys doing anything with cars, sports, oil painting, or the stock market. How to contact Matt Benedetto: Matt Benedetto e-mail How to contact Dr. Bob: YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChztMVtPCLJkiXvv7H5tpDQ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drroberthamilton/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/bob.hamilton.1656 Seven Secrets Of The Newborn website: https://7secretsofthenewborn.com/ Website: https://roberthamiltonmd.com/ Pacific Ocean Pediatrics: http://www.pacificoceanpediatrics.com/ Share this episode with a friend and leave a rating + review on Apple Podcasts to help others find this content. Thanks so much!
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Meet the CIO of the Year® ORBIE® Finalists for the SoCalCIO ORBIE® Awards, held November 12, 2021. Denise Cornish – Western University of Health Sciences,Dr. Steve Garske - Children's Hospital Los Angeles,Ray Lowe - AltaMed Health Services, Albert Oriol - Rady Children's Hospital San Diego, Ashwin Rangan - ICANN,Dr. Joseph Cevetello - City of Santa Monica,Ghalib Kassam - Los Angeles Times,Matthew March - Sunwest BankDr. Derek Peterson - Boingo Wireless, Erik Quade - Tillys,Dan Abushanab - Esri,Frederick Donatucci - New-Indy Containerboard, LLC,Randi Levin - NASA/Jet Propulsion Laboratory – CaltechJoel Manfredo - Motion Picture Industry Pension & Health Plans,David Baker - Pacific Dental Services,Josh Goode - SCAN Group and Healthplan,Mark Hagan - AMN Healthcare,Montaque Hou - Newegg,Ted Ross - City of Los Angeles,Jonathan Behnke - City of San Diego,Joel Golub - Orange County,Dr. Ben Gordon - San Diego Gas & Electric; SoCal Gas,Todd Inlander – Southern California Edison,Thomas MacDougall - LA Health Plan,Nicholas Collisto – Avery Dennison Corporation,Allen Fazio - Houllihan Lokey,Sai Koorapati – Callaway Golf,Rhonda Vetere – Herbalife,Michael Zahigian - AmgenHost: Evan McLaughlin, firstname.lastname@example.org,SoCalCIO Executive Director: Leza Dabit, email@example.com
Episode 29 features creator/host Rita Phetmixay with special guests Seraphina Lotkhamnga, Joy Ngaosivath, and Carole Chainon. Together, they dialogue and reflect on what it means to be daughters of Lao refugees who uniquely embody intergenerational ancestral strength.GUEST BIOs: Seraphina Lotkhamnga is Sr. Creative Manager of Sync at Nettwerk Music Group and has been in the music industry for over a decade. In addition, Seraphina is also known for documenting her favorite foods over at FoodiePhina and using her hand to show where she's originally from in Michigan. She is also the co-host of Laos Angeles' monthly gathering, Laos Angeles Deuan Sabaidee (aka LADS). You connect with Seraphina @seraphina_l on IG and Twitter.Carole Chainon is the co-founder of JYC, an AR, VR & 360 production studio based in Los Angeles. She is also a digital artist and paints under the atelier KONG brand. Her digital works have been exhibited in Paris, France and she recently showcased her paintings at The Other Art Fair by Saatchi Art in Santa Monica, CA. You connect with Carole @carolepkc on IG and Twitter.Joy Ngaosivath is a world-class professional DJ based in Las Vegas. In addition, she also serves as a Board Member for Legacies of War, which is the leading U.S.-based educational and advocacy organization working to address the impact of conflict in Laos during the Vietnam War-era, including removal of unexploded ordnance (UXO). You can connect with Joy @djmissjoymusic. **Please note that this recording was completed mid-2019, pre-COVID times.**----------SUBSCRIBE x FOLLOW x RATE x REVIEW! HOL is a podcast and virtual practice space exploring Lao diaspora storytelling, healing, and tools for sustainability. Learn more at healingoutlaod.org Support HOL by leaving us a 5-star rating and a positive review to help this space flourish!!!----------SUSTAIN HOL: Help sustain this space for future generations by becoming a monthly sustainer at patreon.com/healingoutlaod OR by making a one-time donation via PayPal and write in the description “#HOLdonation”JOIN THE COMMUNITY of HOL @healingoutlaod on all major streaming and social media platforms including Instagram & Twitter & Facebook. Music & Audio Editing: Andrew David VilaythongLogo design: Salong Namsa of Laos SupplyWebsite: KitsCreativ (Tony Innouvong x La Keodouangkham)HOL Advisory Board: Wanda Pathomrit, Saengthong Douangdara, Kulap VilaysackHuge KOP JAI to Critical Refugee Studies Collective (with assistance from JoJo Ramirez) for funding SZN2.0 episodes. Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/user?u=16105981)
Welcome to the latest episode of Knead to Know — your go-to podcast getting to the bottom of baking trends, baking entertainment, and more! Listen as Gina Brazão, a learning baker, pairs up with professional chef Gemma Stafford from Bigger Bolder Baking and her years of expertise to ask the questions everyone wants to know when it comes to the world's favorite pastime. Here's what on this brand new episode:BIG Announcement On The Horizon: Gemma & Gina tease a big announcement from Bigger Bolder Baking debuting next week.John Travolta Bakes: We're just as surprised as you are — but even more surprising is who he got his new brownies recipe from! Trader Joe's Brown Butter: Your favorite snack store is selling pre-made browned butter to use in things like cookies, cakes, and more. Helpful if you tend to burn your butter at home!Reese's Cups With... Potato Chips? Could it be true? Have people actually spotted Reese's Peanut Butter Cups with potato chips inside in the wild and at stores? Which leads us to our next question... why? Gluten-Free Pie Crusts: Gina ran into an issue making a gluten-free pie crust, listen to Gemma troubleshoot. Caramel vs Caramel: How do you pronounce it?? Also a deep dive into caramel apples.That Drawer Beneath Your Oven: What is it for? It depends, so find out here!Ask Gemma/Grain of Salt: This week's questions from YOU & and a true or false round with Gemma:Vanilla Goes In At The EndAlways Separate Wet & DryYeast Tips & TricksFans: please rate and review! If you leave a 5-star review, it might be read on the next episode!Get more Bigger Bolder Baking and the Bold Baking Network!Website: www.biggerbolderbaking.comYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/GemmaStaffordFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/BiggerBolderBakingInstagram: www.instagram.com/biggerbolderbakingTikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@biggerbolderbakingWe'd love to feature your brand! Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for advertising and sponsorship opportunities with the subject “K2K Sponsor”ABOUT GEMMA STAFFORDGemma Stafford is an Irish-born chef, best-selling cookbook author, and host of the hit online baking show Bigger Bolder Baking. Gemma helps anyone bake with confidence anytime, anywhere with her chef-tested recipes and techniques that take the fear out of baking. Her videos have been viewed more than 350 million times and she has more than 8 million fans (“Bold Bakers”) online. She has been featured on numerous TV shows and as a guest judge on the Food Network's Best Baker in America and Nailed It! on Netflix. Every day Gemma connects with her millions of fans online via YouTube, Facebook, Instagram, and her website www.biggerbolderbaking.com. She lives in Santa Monica, California with her husband and producer, Kevin, new baby, George, and dog, Waffles.ABOUT THE BOLD BAKING NETWORKThe Bold Baking Network is your #1 authority for everything baking. The Network is led by Chef Gemma Stafford, co-creator & host of Bigger Bolder Baking, and co-creator & Executive Producer Kevin Kurtz. Our mission is to bring you the most diverse voices from baking experts and enthusiasts to help anyone bake with confidence anytime, anywhere. Our purpose is to bring YOU #baking #bakingpodcast #glutenfree #traderjoes #reeses #ovens #brownb
— The natural expression of our seeds of creation and is always there. The mysterious energy called the Life Force is the secret ingredient that transforms the apple seed into a flower and the flower into a fruit—or in Donna's case, an entire apple orchard. Growing requires not only sun, water, soil, and the ever-present Life Force, but it also requires—and this is most important—our patience, attention and cultivation. It requires our nurturing and our Love. You are a divine, spiritual Being on a human adventure. The divine part of you is made of the energy of Love. The purpose of your life is the expression of that energy of Love and all that is encoded within. Your life's experiences are seeded through your thoughts and beliefs. Your intuition is the lifeline between your Higher Self and your Human Self. Harnessing your power of creation occurs by taking responsibility for your “I AM” presence. The key to loving your sweet self is the radical acceptance of your wholeness. Valeria Teles interviews Donna Bond — the author of “Original Wisdom: Harness the Power of the Authentic You.” At the age of 45, Donna Bond “woke up” at the top of her game. On the outside, it all looked perfect. She was working as a marketing executive, making great money, living in a beautiful home and was married to an incredible guy. On the inside, she was exhausted, depressed, unhappy and unfulfilled. All leading to a decision which she now understands as divine intervention – enrolling in the University of Santa Monica and simultaneously beginning her journey of Personal Transformation. Everything changed from the inside out. Today, she is a Soul-Centered catalyst for personal transformation. She believes when we do the work individually to trust our higher self and love our human self, the ripple effect changes the world. Donna holds a master's degree in Spiritual Psychology with an emphasis on Consciousness, Health and Healing. She invites everyone to reclaim their authentic power with her illuminating memoir of personal transformation through the lens of Spiritual Psychology. To learn more about Donna Bond and her work, please visit: donnabond.com — This podcast is a quest for well-being, a quest for a meaningful life through the exploration of fundamental truths, enlightening ideas, insights on physical, mental, and spiritual health. The inspiration is Love. The aspiration is to awaken new ways of thinking that can lead us to a new way of being, being well.
“My first taste of my money mindset mentality when I was still a child was that I will never let a man dictates my finances” The transition from working for someone to deciding that you want to be an entrepreneur and do this on your own Tips that people need to know in building their business The common ways that people can actually be building wealth with their taxes Welcome! We are so excited that you are here. This is something that's been on our hearts for a while and we are ecstatic watching it come to fruition. As you might know, our marriage has a pretty unique story that is the foundation for this couples experience. After walking through infidelity and addiction, I (Joy) found personal development and coaching. I began to grow and change as I worked on myself. I wanted it. I was hungry for it. Something in me knew I wanted more. But as time went on, I found myself really wanting Peter to come along the journey with me. This desire eventually turned into a gap in our relationship where I could feel us growing apart due to not growing together. It took hiring a marriage coach, digging deep into our traumas, studying masculine + feminine energy and months of intentional effort to get our marriage where it is today - thriving, happy and actively growing together. We are now partners who spur each other on in our pursuits and also provide amazing healing to each other because we both can hold space for each other and our journeys so much better. We've learned so much and had a desire to share and help other couples get to a new place in their marriage - that next level. AND, we've noticed a pattern: couples either aren't growing together OR are growing apart because one of them is but the other is not. Women are showing up to events, masterminds, coaching in high numbers and they all say the same thing "I want my husband to be here. I want to be doing more things like this with my husband." To be honest, there's not a lot out there for couples in the personal development/coaching space! So, that's why we created the Elevate Couples Experience - a weekend retreat for couples who want to start investing in growing together as a couple. This will be a combination of personal work + marriage practices to give you both a jumpstart on your own growth AND your growth together as a couple. The entire theme will be about taking you from where you are currently and focusing on improving that to bring the joy, the spark, the aliveness in your marriage to new heights together. We will not be focusing on "what's wrong", instead this is about focusing on where you want to go - what that next level is, what lights you up, what will give you that jump start to create the relationship of your dreams. We want to Elevate your communication, your intimacy, your attraction, your goals and your overall happiness within your relationship. Think fun activities you get to participate in together and stretch yourselves with (don't worry, no trust falls required =)), sessions with amazing guest experts who specialize in relationship coaching, sex, business and more. We want to learn from couples who are killing it across the board - not just in business but marriage as well. That being said, here's what you can expect: The Elevate Couples Experience will be held the weekend of November 12-13 here in Scottsdale, AZ. (location being decided) There are two options for you to join - a VIP option or a general admission option. VIP Elevate Couples Experience: Friday November 12 Morning: Group couples recreational outing Afternoon: time off for you to connect as a couple Evening: 5 course meal with us in a private room at one of our favorite restaurants Saturday November 13: General Session: 9:30 AM Lunch (provided): 12:30-1:30 Afternoon Session: 1:30-4:00 PM Cocktail party: 5:00 PM (private residence) VIP PRICE: $2,222 per couple OR 3 payments of $900 (bi weekly). VIP PAY IN FULL HERE VIP PAYMENTS HERE General Admission Elevate Couples Experience: Saturday November 13: General Session: 9:30 AM Lunch (provided): 12:30-1:30 Afternoon Session: 1:30-4:00 Cocktail party: 5 PM (private residence) General Admission price: $1,111 per couple OR 3 payments of $500 (bi-weekly). General Admission pay in full HERE General Admission payments HERE Couple questions we want to answer for you here ahead of time: Will this be covid safe? Yes, we will make sure to do our part to keep it safe for everyone involved. What if I have to back out? Refunds will be available until October 11. What can I expect? Amazing speakers, activities and tangible takeaways for you to implement right now in your life and marriage. This weekend is going to be fun, abundant and high vibe. Being here will change you just from the energy not to mention you will make friendships with other couples who are wanting to grow with you which is priceless. We want you to walk away from this with new friendships that will help you continue this journey. Are spots limited? For the VIP option we are limiting it to just 10 couples since we want to keep it more intimate. For general admission there's no limit as of now. When do I need to get tickets by? This is first come first serve! We can't promise there will be available if you wait - especially for the VIP option. Email us at Joy@levelupbabe with any questions - we are happy to answer. And if you go ahead and join us, email us back to tell us what you are excited about! We want to hear from you and we can't wait to see you soon! Get excited - this is going to be epic. -Peter and Joy
In this episode, we get the skinny on bone health from Sarah Glicken, who has a wealth of knowledge on this topic. Sarah co-founded the Los Angeles-based wellness center called OsteoStrong LA - a place where clients received attentive care and treatments that strengthen bones, joints, and muscles. Sarah is “pro-aging,” not anti-aging. She helps people age gracefully using technology, mindset, and supplementation and believes everyone deserves to live in a healthy body. She is a Certified Holistic Healthcare Coach and holds a Masters in Spiritual Psychology from the University of Santa Monica. She also is an entrepreneur who loves running a business that brings people hope and guides them to a healthier and happier place. In this podcast, we cover: How bone health became Sarah's passion in life Tony Robbins' health challenges and what he thinks about OsteoStrong What “bone degeneration” looks like and how it affects people The typical profile of a new client at OsteoStrong Why do many athletes use OsteoStrong's services? What is “osteogenesis” The four pieces of equipment Sarah uses to stimulate osteogenesis The most fractured body part and the most common way it gets fractured Why “pro-aging” is better than “anti-aging” The critical supplements you need for bone health
Probate is a complex and expensive process, but it can sometimes be avoided with careful planning. Dive into this episode with Bill Gross to learn the primary purpose of probate, generating sales from it, and more probate-related topics for real estate agents and investors.Key Takeaways To Listen ForWhat is probate and how to avoid itCommon mistakes people make with their living trust Types of people to interact with when creating a living trust and willProbate attorney vs estate planning attorney The probate process in California How to assess probate specialists' expertise Resources Mentioned In This EpisodeFree Apartment Syndication Due Diligence Checklist for Passive InvestorEZ-ProbateAbout Bill GrossBill Gross is an expert on Los Angeles Probate and hosts a weekly call. He was Born in Santa Monica, raised in Orange County, lived in the Inland Empire, San Gabriel Valley, South Bay, and for the last 20yrs the Westside of Los Angeles. He has been in real estate for over 30 years, closed THOUSANDS of transactions, and gives his all to help his customers achieve their goals.Connect with Bill GrossWebsite: The LA Probate ExpertYoutube: Bill GrossTo Connect With UsPlease visit our website: www.bonavestcapital.com and please click here, to leave a rating and review!SponsorThinking About Creating and Growing Your Own Podcast But Not Sure Where To Start?Visit GrowYourShow.com and Schedule a call with Adam A. Adams
Mike Lederman of Bridge Bank (https://www.westernalliancebancorporation.com/bridge-bank-home) discusses the bank's phenomenal growth and the bank's ability to service companies from startup through public offerings. Kruze Consulting (https://kruzeconsulting.com/#contact) is regularly reviewed as one of the preeminent providers of finance, accounting, tax and HR services to high-growth companies. For our offices in San Francisco, San Jose, Santa Monica, New York and now Austin, TX, our experienced team serves venture and seed backed companies in diverse industries from SaaS to biotech to hardware to eCommerce.
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I'm in Santa Monica today and it brought up so many memories for me.As I sat with my almond milk cappuccino and began journaling, I was inspired to share this reflection with you.If you're an ambitious woman who's ready to get out of control, practical, and predictable and step more into the power of surrender, pleasure, and play….then you're going to want to listen to this one!EPISODE RESOURCESDownload the Q Club app hereADDITIONAL RESOURCES⭐ I'd love to hear your big takeaways! Screenshot this episode and tag me on Instagram at @ginadevee.⭐Be sure to follow the Divine Living Podcast, leave a review, and tune in every week for new episodes.⭐ Purchase my book, The Audacity to be Queen, and receive the FREE companion e-course at https://www.divineliving.com/audacity⭐ Desire Queenhood + community at your fingertips? Download the Q Club app for access to my exclusive social network for women globally: https://www.divineliving.com/tryqclub
LAUSD parents still upset at covid protocols Calls for more action against rapper Travis Scott over deaths at Houston show LAPD alert goes out over follow home robberies Stabbing by security guard at Santa Monica grocery store over mask wearing
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Bill Handel hosts KTLA 5's Tech Guy Rich DeMuro for this week's edition of 'Tech Tuesday'. He and Handel talk about a new scam where hackers are using bots to trick people, Google's new feature that will compare a photo of your pet to a famous work of art, and robots are starting to take over at fast food restaurants. Wayne Resnick and Jennifer Jones Lee join Bill for the Late Edition of Handel on the News. The three of them discuss news topics that include: COVID-19 hospitalizations are rising in parts of California, a security guard has stabbed a man during an altercation over a mask at a supermarket in Santa Monica, CA., and the LAPD has issued a warning over follow-home robberies amid an uptick in violent incidents.
On today's episode host, Mark Titus and Joel talk about Joel's work as a film producer and activist. Joel's award-winning film, Sonic Sea tackles the inordinate amount of noise under the water in our oceans that are literally killing marine life, like whales. Joel and Mark also discuss Joel's philosophy and practice in going the distance for huge environmental battles like defending Bristol Bay from the proposed Pebble Mine.NRDC's principal institutional representative in the West, Joel Reynolds joined the organization as a senior attorney in 1990, after a decade with the Center for Law in the Public Interest and the Western Center on Law and Poverty, both in Los Angeles. Since 1980, he has specialized in complex law-reform litigation, arguing cases on behalf of environmental and community groups at all levels of the federal courts, including the U.S. Supreme Court. He has also led several of NRDC's largest campaigns: to preserve the birthing lagoon of gray whales in Baja California; to protect the California State Park at San Onofre; to reduce underwater noise pollution that threatens ocean wildlife; and, most recently, to halt the construction of the environmentally destructive Pebble Mine in Alaska's Bristol Bay. He has twice been selected California Attorney of the Year in the environmental category. From 1986 to 1990, Reynolds was an adjunct professor at the University of Southern California Law Center. Since 2012, he has served as chair of the Tejon Ranch Conservancy, one of California's largest land trusts. His articles and editorials appear frequently in the Los Angeles Times, the Washington Post, the Christian Science Monitor, the Huffington Post, and other major media outlets. A graduate of Columbia Law School in 1978, Reynolds is based in Santa Monica.Follow Joel's work and get involved at NRDC.
Today I get to chat with Molly Niles Renshaw of Phoenix Classical Pilates in Santa Monica, California. Molly trained as a teacher under Romana Kryzanowska nearly 22 years ago and shares her journey to becoming a business owner after working inside other studios for 17 years!Listen in and hear how Molly who called herself a “reluctant Studio Owner” built a business she loves including:
On this episode of the California Now Podcast, host Soterios Johnson learns about three popular food tours—in San Francisco, Los Angeles, and San Diego—from some “tasteful” guides who are truly passionate about the flavors of their respective cities. First Johnson connects with Avital Ungar, who runs Avital Tours in San Francisco. Ungar delves into the Italian food scene in the city's North Beach neighborhood, and how some of the traditional dishes one can find there have fascinating ties to the people and history of San Francisco. Next Johnson talks to Sally Tiongco of Six Food Tours in Los Angeles. “Sally from the Valley,” as she calls herself, offers a taste of what you'll find on mouthwatering food tours through Downtown Los Angeles and Santa Monica. From a secret Italian bistro in the Broadway Theater District to a classic English pub near Santa Monica Pier, she says the foodscape offers an endless array of gems that are hidden in plain sight. Finally Johnson chats with Bianca Beale, who runs So Diego Tours in San Diego. Beale is devoted to the diverse cuisine of her hometown, and raves about the culinary delights one can find in Old Town, the historic Gaslamp Quarter, and Little Italy. (Spoiler alert: This segment of the podcast includes irresistible descriptions of classic San Diego tacos.)
This episode continues our series for teens with our friend Maya Holland, founder of Tools for Teens, a meditation-based healing service that provides teenagers with ways to navigate personal and social matters through the use of energy medicine. To sign up for privates, group classes and read her blog about attending University in London, visit mayasimone.com Website: mayasimone.com Email: email@example.com Instagram: @maya.holland TRANSCRIPT [00:00:00] Fawn: Welcome. Welcome. Welcome! [00:00:04] Matt: Hello! [00:00:04] Fawn: Bienvenue. . Thank you very much, everybody for listening. Welcome to our table. We are here with Maya Holland. Again, we're talking about tools for teens. Maya is the founder of tools for teens, a meditation based healing service that provides teenagers with ways to navigate personal and social matters through the use of energy medicine. We have her links here in the show. If you need to get ahold of her, which you should, everyone, she is brilliant. You can go to Maya, simone.com, M a Y a S I M O N e.com. Maya simone.com. She has a course tools for teens. Today we're going to talk about. Paying attention even to trifles. Now, Matt, you and I did a show on this a few months ago, we did pay attention. It was what is, what was the title of [00:01:00] it? Right? Back then we were doing nuggets of wisdom from Santa Monica. Now we're really, I'm obsessed with etymology. So I thought I talked to you about before we get in, before Maya comes on, I wanted to talk about the word "attention." What I'm going to describe is derived from the Greek. Yea, of course our whole foundation of this friendship movement is based on the Greek and the Nicomachean ethics, but you all know that. Okay. So the meaning derived from the Greek means true sense; a sense of truth. The suffix "logia". Obviously is the study of, it means the study of, and then, so the meaning of it is giving heed, active direction of the mind upon some object or topic. And then you get into the old French"attencion" and[00:02:00] directly from Latin. I'm not going to say the word I'm totally mispronouncing Latin stuff, but basically means. Attention and attentiveness, noun of action from past participle stem of "attendere" means give heed to literally means to stretch toward actually to stretch toward, from add to, to toward plus "tendere"means stretch. Now the PIE route "ten", you know, AttendeT E N that part of the word, that is what it means to stretch. Isn't that interesting to stretch. before the 17th century then, getting into 1741, 1752, That's when the word really goes into meaning civility, courtesy and the power of mental [00:03:00] concentration. Now, when we talk about attention, we always bring up Musashi Miyamoto Musashi right?
IT'S NOVEMBER! Welcome to the latest episode of Knead to Know — your go-to podcast getting to the bottom of baking trends, baking entertainment, and more! Listen as Gina Brazão, a learning baker, pairs up with professional chef Gemma Stafford from Bigger Bolder Baking and her years of expertise to ask the questions everyone wants to know when it comes to the world's favorite pastime. Here's what on this brand new episode:No Kid Hungry: Learn about Gemma's Bake-A-Thon with Duff Goldman and No Kid Hungry!Food Coloring: Powder, Gel, Liquid — which is best, and should you go all-natural?Sweet Potato Dump Cake: Popular on TikTok, so let's talk dump cakes in general! Do you need a box of cake for them?Thanksgiving Breakfast & Brunch: Gemma wants a club sandwich? Excuse us? You have to hear this! What makes the best brunch food? Readying Your Pantry For Holiday Baking: What do you need to have on hand for the holidays? Run through the list with Gemma & Gina. (Hint: Gemma's list blows the existing one out of the water!)Squid Game Baking Challenge: Ask Gemma: This week's questions from YOU, the fans, include:Differences Between Italian, Swiss, and French ButtercreamPreheating OvensCoconut Flour SuccessFans: please rate and review! If you leave a 5-star review, it might be read on the next episode!Get more Bigger Bolder Baking and the Bold Baking Network!Website: www.biggerbolderbaking.comYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/GemmaStaffordFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/BiggerBolderBakingInstagram: www.instagram.com/biggerbolderbakingTikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@biggerbolderbakingWe'd love to feature your brand! Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for advertising and sponsorship opportunities with the subject “K2K Sponsor”ABOUT GEMMA STAFFORDGemma Stafford is an Irish-born chef, best-selling cookbook author, and host of the hit online baking show Bigger Bolder Baking. Gemma helps anyone bake with confidence anytime, anywhere with her chef-tested recipes and techniques that take the fear out of baking. Her videos have been viewed more than 350 million times and she has more than 8 million fans (“Bold Bakers”) online. She has been featured on numerous TV shows and as a guest judge on the Food Network's Best Baker in America and Nailed It! on Netflix. Every day Gemma connects with her millions of fans online via YouTube, Facebook, Instagram, and her website www.biggerbolderbaking.com. She lives in Santa Monica, California with her husband and producer, Kevin, new baby, George, and dog, Waffles.ABOUT THE BOLD BAKING NETWORKThe Bold Baking Network is your #1 authority for everything baking. The Network is led by Chef Gemma Stafford, co-creator & host of Bigger Bolder Baking, and co-creator & Executive Producer Kevin Kurtz. Our mission is to bring you the most diverse voices from baking experts and enthusiasts to help anyone bake with confidence anytime, anywhere. Our purpose is to bring YOU #baking #bakingpodcast #pumpkin #pumpkinpie #bananapudding #salt
“Peace comes when you decide that it's better to be uncomfortable and you choose to believe that no matter what, you will be okay and it will all work out for your good.” What changed the game for me The way that you are showing up is how people know if you're serious or not Step out on faith first Welcome! We are so excited that you are here. This is something that's been on our hearts for a while and we are ecstatic watching it come to fruition. As you might know, our marriage has a pretty unique story that is the foundation for this couples experience. After walking through infidelity and addiction, I (Joy) found personal development and coaching. I began to grow and change as I worked on myself. I wanted it. I was hungry for it. Something in me knew I wanted more. But as time went on, I found myself really wanting Peter to come along the journey with me. This desire eventually turned into a gap in our relationship where I could feel us growing apart due to not growing together. It took hiring a marriage coach, digging deep into our traumas, studying masculine + feminine energy and months of intentional effort to get our marriage where it is today - thriving, happy and actively growing together. We are now partners who spur each other on in our pursuits and also provide amazing healing to each other because we both can hold space for each other and our journeys so much better. We've learned so much and had a desire to share and help other couples get to a new place in their marriage - that next level. AND, we've noticed a pattern: couples either aren't growing together OR are growing apart because one of them is but the other is not. Women are showing up to events, masterminds, coaching in high numbers and they all say the same thing "I want my husband to be here. I want to be doing more things like this with my husband." To be honest, there's not a lot out there for couples in the personal development/coaching space! So, that's why we created the Elevate Couples Experience - a weekend retreat for couples who want to start investing in growing together as a couple. This will be a combination of personal work + marriage practices to give you both a jumpstart on your own growth AND your growth together as a couple. The entire theme will be about taking you from where you are currently and focusing on improving that to bring the joy, the spark, the aliveness in your marriage to new heights together. We will not be focusing on "what's wrong", instead this is about focusing on where you want to go - what that next level is, what lights you up, what will give you that jump start to create the relationship of your dreams. We want to Elevate your communication, your intimacy, your attraction, your goals and your overall happiness within your relationship. Think fun activities you get to participate in together and stretch yourselves with (don't worry, no trust falls required =)), sessions with amazing guest experts who specialize in relationship coaching, sex, business and more. We want to learn from couples who are killing it across the board - not just in business but marriage as well. That being said, here's what you can expect: The Elevate Couples Experience will be held the weekend of November 12-13 here in Scottsdale, AZ. (location being decided) There are two options for you to join - a VIP option or a general admission option. VIP Elevate Couples Experience: Friday November 12 Morning: Group couples recreational outing Afternoon: time off for you to connect as a couple Evening: 5 course meal with us in a private room at one of our favorite restaurants Saturday November 13: General Session: 9:30 AM Lunch (provided): 12:30-1:30 Afternoon Session: 1:30-4:00 PM Cocktail party: 5:00 PM (private residence) VIP PRICE: $2,222 per couple OR 3 payments of $900 (bi weekly). VIP PAY IN FULL HERE VIP PAYMENTS HERE General Admission Elevate Couples Experience: Saturday November 13: General Session: 9:30 AM Lunch (provided): 12:30-1:30 Afternoon Session: 1:30-4:00 Cocktail party: 5 PM (private residence) General Admission price: $1,111 per couple OR 3 payments of $500 (bi-weekly). General Admission pay in full HERE General Admission payments HERE Couple questions we want to answer for you here ahead of time: Will this be covid safe? Yes, we will make sure to do our part to keep it safe for everyone involved. What if I have to back out? Refunds will be available until October 11. What can I expect? Amazing speakers, activities and tangible takeaways for you to implement right now in your life and marriage. This weekend is going to be fun, abundant and high vibe. Being here will change you just from the energy not to mention you will make friendships with other couples who are wanting to grow with you which is priceless. We want you to walk away from this with new friendships that will help you continue this journey. Are spots limited? For the VIP option we are limiting it to just 10 couples since we want to keep it more intimate. For general admission there's no limit as of now. When do I need to get tickets by? This is first come first serve! We can't promise there will be available if you wait - especially for the VIP option. Email us at Joy@levelupbabe with any questions - we are happy to answer. And if you go ahead and join us, email us back to tell us what you are excited about! We want to hear from you and we can't wait to see you soon! Get excited - this is going to be epic. -Peter and Joy
MAITA - "Pastel Concrete" from the 2022 album I Just Want To Be Wild For You on Kill Rock Stars. MAITA is the full-band project of Portland-based artist Maria Maita-Keppeler. Quickly following up the release of her fantastic debut album Best Wishes, unveiled only just last year, this February her sophomore record I Want To Be Wild For You will be revealed. Our Song of the Day is the early single “Pastel Concrete.” What appears to be an intimate, possibly somber guitar strummer in the opening lines grows into a jaunty tune that grows and eventually cathartically erupts. Known for her mercurial lyricism, Maita-Keppeler turns the task of driving through Santa Monica for work as a study of the unique culture and landscape of Southern California. “Pastel Concrete was written at a time when I had a job that periodically sent me to Santa Monica, Maita-Keppeler says of the song. “A place that felt more foreign to me than any other. The outdoor mall, the kitschy boardwalk, the actors and artists I worked with who seemed so different from me and yet so understood the struggle of trying to get paid, and the infamous mythology of LA—I found it all uncomfortable and fascinating.” I Want To Be Wild For You is out February 18, 2022 via Kill Rock Stars. Read the full post on KEXP.org Support the show: https://www.kexp.org/donate See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Inside Sales guru Kevin “KD” Dorsey stopped by to chat with Jamie Carney and Pete Jansons Kevin “KD” Dorsey is currently the VP of Inside Sales at PatientPop in Santa Monica. KD loves scaling sales teams. He's built teams from 0-150+ reps, revenues from 0-100M+ ARR (and counting). He believes in processes and systems, paired with skill development, as the code to success. KD also loves to share what he's learned, and what he's learning with others. He consults all sorts of different companies and people as they look to improve their results. He mentors and consults early, mid, and late-stage SaaS companies all across the world. Sharing his playbooks and processes for scaling sales teams successfully. https://www.patientpop.com/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/kddorsey3/ Be a SaasHole Patreon Supporter Have an idea for a topic, or guest? Pete@saasholes.net
Listen to a new episode of Your Next Stop recorded live on Fireside with host Juliet Hahn featuring SUGARED + BRONZED Founder Courtney Claghorn. “Be focused on your business but don't be consumed in the textbook way of doing everything. A lot of people are so caught up in doing things perfectly instead of the core business.” - Courtney Claghorn From a young age, Courtney Claghorn always felt her best with a tan. Ironically, she was the only Italian family member who didn't tan easily! While she used to find this frustrating, she later realized it was a blessing not to have spent her younger years baking in the sun. For her, a faux glow was the way to go. Before opening the OG Santa Monica salon, Courtney attended the University of Colorado at Boulder, where she met boyfriend and Co-Founder, Sam Offit. Shortly after graduation, they landed in Santa Monica. When Courtney found herself overpaying for spray tans at underwhelming locations, Sam encouraged her to find a better solution — and SUGARED + BRONZED was born! Word spread quickly. The growing client base encouraged Courtney to spread her wings from her short-lived corporate life and refocus her energy toward growing her business full-time. She soon became a 4th generation female entrepreneur, so perhaps her Italian half gave her good genes after all! So why sugaring and bronzing? Concocting the perfect recipe for her business, Courtney, a longtime skincare fanatic, decided to add a little sugar to her sunless tanning idea. While sugaring has ancient Egyptian roots, it felt relevant to the modern world as a natural, eco-friendly way to remove hair. While developing her business, Courtney quickly realized that sugaring was not only the new waxing but also the perfect complement to a spray tan. Both services were often relegated to the bottom of long spa menus when in actuality, both techniques deserved finesse and attention for clients to receive consistent and optimal results. Courtney's vision brought the two popular services side by side. SUGARED + BRONZED quickly became a uniquely synergetic space for those seeking a little extra pep in their step. No matter the occasion, SUGARED + BRONZED promises that you'll leave with immaculately smooth skin and a natural faux glow. We believe that “flawless” is a feeling and we're just a vehicle to help you get there. Check out SUGARED + BRONZED on SugaredAndBronzed.com. Follow through on Instagram, TikTok, Facebook, and LinkedIn. Sponsor Today's episode is sponsored by TookTake, the best way to know if you took, or still need to take your medication & supplements. Visit them at https://tooktake.com/. Get 10% off upon check out by using this code: NEXTSTOP Follow TookTake on Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, and Instagram. Find Us Online! Fireside: Juliet Hahn Instagram: @iamjuliethahn LinkedIn: Juliet Hahn FB: Juliet Hahn Clubhouse: @iamjuliethahn YouTube: Juliet Hahn Twitter: @iamjuliethahn
Episode 058: A Case Study for Practice: RIOSHow do you build an entrepreneurially forward-thinking firm? The Practice of Architecture was founded on the basis that for architects to remain relevant, we must seek opportunities to increase our careers and firms beyond traditional services, fully embracing entrepreneurship and constantly pursuing new opportunities. Rios is a firm that is doing just that, collectively working beyond boundaries and not only seeking out but diving head-first when it comes to embracing the moment to try and pursue something new. Founded in 1985 as a multi-disciplinary design firm, the design studio has evolved to meet the changing needs of a changing world. Their success is underpinned by the unique culture of their firm and an agile operating model that not only helps them adapt during a pandemic but also leaves them free to pursue ideas, projects, and products. We hope our conversation with RIOS' dynamic co-CEOs, Jessamyn David and Andy Lantz, leaves you with the same optimism it gave us regarding the profession's future. Guests: Jessamyn Davis is the Co-CEO of RIOS based in LA. As Co-CEO, Jessamyn is responsible for RIOS' growth and financial vitality. She oversees the health of finance and business operations and the realization of strategic planning goals. After joining the firm in 2015 as the first CFO, she created infrastructure to catalyze sustainable and scalable growth among the studio's many disciplines. She drives the creation of processes and procedures that direct and support overall firm operations. Jessamyn's diverse background spans biotech to renewable energy to extreme sports, which strengthens the entrepreneurial drive behind RIOS. In addition to her role within the practice, she serves as CFO of notNeutral, a sister company focused on tabletop products. Her passion for design amplifies her talent for creating operational clarity to scaffold the bold, transdisciplinary design RIOS is known for. She received her Bachelor of Science from the University of California at Berkeley, and her Master of Business Administration from UCLA's Anderson School of Management. Andy Lantz is the Creative Director and Co-CEO of RIOS based in LA. Andy Lantz is an Architect and visionary leader directing groundbreaking design solutions as Creative Director at RIOS. His depth of experience is all-encompassing of multidisciplinary design as he influences teams across the firm with his perspectives and point of view for achieving dynamic experiences through design. For over a decade, Andy's work has served an impressive roster of clients and projects – from competition-winning places that enhance the public realm along the Sunset Strip in West Hollywood and along the banks of Lady Bird Lake in Austin, Texas, to notable music institutions and content production facilities in Los Angeles, to leading the industry in envisioning the future of work with market-ready products and forward thinking design approaches that reframe potential in workplace design. Andy reimagines creative office environments informed by science, culture, and the importance of the human experience. Each project's location and cultural vibe help to determine unique solutions. Notably, he led the design of the Austin-based Vrbo headquarters that explores a data-driven process to manifest thoughtful programming and experiential design. Additionally, he produced a mission-driven experience that blends aesthetics and wellness at the GoodRx Headquarters in Santa Monica. Andy has also worked to create a flexible and dynamic workplace laboratory at RIOS' Los Angeles HQ as a means to address the swift change in the market that goes beyond pandemic-thinking and fully embraces the work-from-anywhere revolution. From industry panels to national broadcast segments, Andy's thought-leadership continues to impact and engage. Show Links:
Mark Kelegian, a Southern California native and an attorney who operated casinos, acquired the original—and only—Randy's Donuts in Inglewood, California, in 2015 with plans to eventually expand. Since 2017, under Sansmark Inc. — the name adds the initials of Kelegian's wife, Shelly, and daughters Ashley, Nicolette and Susan to his own first name — Mark Kelegian has opened locations in El Segundo, Pasadena, Torrance, Costa Mesa, Santa Monica and Downey. Shannon and Kyle sit down with Mark Kelegian the Owner of Randy's Donuts to learn more about his journey from casinos to owning a now international donut chain. Mark has taken the famous Randy's Donuts brand and developed a franchise model with over 60 new locations in progress as of the date of recording. Learn more about Randy's processes in developing wild new recipes, marketing their signature store fronts, and their future growth plans. LEARN MORE ABOUT MARK KELEGIAN: Email: email@example.com Phone: 661-864-7160 Instagram: @RandysDonuts Facebook: RandysDonuts Twitter: Randys_Donuts GET IN TOUCH WITH THE NEW BAKERSFIELD LOCATION: Website: https://randysdonuts.com/ Instagram: @RandysDonutsCentralCA Phone: 661-864-7160 Facebook: RandysDonutsBakersfield
Episode Description: Vera Wagman tells the story of how she bravely tackled generational trauma between herself, her Mother and sister through an amazing, and very personal, documentary. “Petit Rat" tells the story of one Mothers unfulfilled dream to be a ballerina, and two daughters who tried desperately to carry it forward no matter the cost to themselves. We're going to talk about the pressure to be Moms, our relationship to our own Mothers and how we can heal our generational traumas. Connect with Vera: Email: firstname.lastname@example.org FB https://www.facebook.com/PetitRatTheFilm https://www.facebook.com/vera.wagman/ IG @verawagman linktr.ee/petitratthefilm Website: www.petitrat.com tickets to Cinequest, Nov 4-14, virtual screening https://bit.ly/3nfYU3G Guest Bio: Vera Wagman (Director/Producer/Choreographer) has directed short films including “Interlude” (Hypnotic Films, Sundance Channel), “High Noon” (PBS' “Are We On”) and “Jeopardy”, a documentary short about an at-risk youth program in Los Angeles where the students train as boxers and dancers. Vera started her career as a dancer with company credits including David Storey/NY and Pennsylvania Dance Theatre where she worked with such innovative choreographers as Ohad Naharin, Kathryn Posin and Nina Weiner. She has produced arts events for Santa Monica's Cultural Affairs Division and choreographed MARCH, an original play produced by the LGBT Center and Playwright's Arena in Los Angeles. Her documentary, Petit Rat, is currently on the film festival circuit screening at Vail, Woods Hole, Cinequest, Kitzbühel and the Miami Jewish Film Festival where it won the Audience Award for Best Documentary.
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Today on the show we welcome back to the show Jonathan Wolf, Executive Vice President of the Independent Film & Television Alliance (IFTA®) and Managing Director of the American Film Market (AFM).The American Film Market is the most efficient film acquisition, development, and networking event in the world. Unlike a film festival, AFM is a marketplace where production and distribution deals are closed. More than US$1 billion in deals are sealed every year — on both completed films and those in every stage of development and production.Over 7,000 industry professionals from more than 70 countries converge in Santa Monica every November. They include acquisition and development executives, agents, attorneys, directors, distributors, festival directors, financiers, film commissioners, producers, writers, the world's press, and all those who provide services to the motion picture industry.At AFM, participants can discover the entire global catalog of available films and projects, attend 50+ world-class conferences, roundtables, and presentations, and connect with the independent film community's decision-makers, all in one convenient location without the distraction of a film festival.The American Film Market 2021 will go on during this crazy time but not how you might think. AFM will be conducted completely online.I'll also be speaking at this year's AFM with my good friend and film distributor Linda Nelson on November 3, 2021, at 9am PST.Jonathan and I discuss how to sell your film on today's ever-changing world.Enjoy my conversation with Johnathan Wolf from the American Film Market.
HAPPY HALLOWEEN! Welcome to the latest episode of Knead to Know — your go-to podcast getting to the bottom of baking trends, baking entertainment, and more! Listen as Gina Brazão, a learning baker, pairs up with professional chef Gemma Stafford from Bigger Bolder Baking and her years of expertise to ask the questions everyone wants to know when it comes to the world's favorite pastime. Here's what on this brand new episode:Canned Pumpkin: Is it really pumpkin? If not, then what is it?Pumpkin Pie: Gemma & Gina talk about this delicate recipe and whether or not Bigger Bolder Baking will be providing one soon.Banana Pudding: Gemma swears her banana pudding recipe gives Magnolia Bakery's a run for its money — and here's why. (Hint: LAYERS!)Salt In Baking: Never skip it, and here's why.Are Silicone Baking Mats Worth It: Reusable baking mat vs foil vs parchment. What's Gemma's pick? Gemma and Gina break down the pros and cons of these different baking tools. Squid Game Baking Challenge: A bakery in Beijing has launched a baking challenge based on the worldwide phenomenon show, Squid Game. Are the stakes as high in the baking challenge as they are in the show? Dun dun dun. Plus, Gemma has some insight on whether or not dalgona candy is secretly honeycomb.Ask Gemma: This week's questions from YOU, the fans, include:Buttermilk SubstitutesButter vs Vegan ButterButtercream Frosting TextureFans: please rate and review! If you leave a 5-star review, it might be read on the next episode!Get more Bigger Bolder Baking and the Bold Baking Network!Website: www.biggerbolderbaking.comYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/GemmaStaffordFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/BiggerBolderBakingInstagram: www.instagram.com/biggerbolderbakingTikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@biggerbolderbakingWe'd love to feature your brand! Contact email@example.com for advertising and sponsorship opportunities with the subject “K2K Sponsor”ABOUT GEMMA STAFFORDGemma Stafford is an Irish-born chef, best-selling cookbook author, and host of the hit online baking show Bigger Bolder Baking. Gemma helps anyone bake with confidence anytime, anywhere with her chef-tested recipes and techniques that take the fear out of baking. Her videos have been viewed more than 350 million times and she has more than 8 million fans (“Bold Bakers”) online. She has been featured on numerous TV shows and as a guest judge on the Food Network's Best Baker in America and Nailed It! on Netflix. Every day Gemma connects with her millions of fans online via YouTube, Facebook, Instagram, and her website www.biggerbolderbaking.com. She lives in Santa Monica, California with her husband and producer, Kevin, new baby, George, and dog, Waffles.ABOUT THE BOLD BAKING NETWORKThe Bold Baking Network is your #1 authority for everything baking. The Network is led by Chef Gemma Stafford, co-creator & host of Bigger Bolder Baking, and co-creator & Executive Producer Kevin Kurtz. Our mission is to bring you the most diverse voices from baking experts and enthusiasts to help anyone bake with confidence anytime, anywhere. Our purpose is to bring YOU #baking #bakingpodcast #pumpkin #pumpkinpie #bananapudding #salt
Bill Gross is an expert on Los Angeles Probate. He hosts a weekly call to discuss how to get sales in probate, how to engage with probate attorneys and more probate-related topics for real estate agents and investors. Born in Santa Monica, raised in Orange County, lived in the Inland Empire, San Gabriel Valley, South Bay, and for the last 20 the Westside of Los Angeles, he has been in real estate for over 30 years, closed THOUSANDS of transactions, and gives his all to help his customers achieve their goals. Announcement: Download Our Sample Deal and Join Our Mailing List [00:01 – 03:57] Opening Segment Bill talks about his background. He explains why he has been locked in probate over the past couple of years. [03:57 – 16:06] Living Trust and Probate Who should get a living trust Bill breaks down what probate is in detail. How and why you should get a living trust How real estate investors can get more deals from the probate system Bill talks about different types of properties and how they go through the probate system. [16:06 – 22:38] The All in One Acquisition Software What is the pre-probate data How to approach the sellers How probate works differently in different states. Why any lawyer can't deal with probate and why you need an expert [22:38 – 25:20] Bullseye Round Apparent Failure: Losing a lot of money in a company where he worked as an executive Digital Resource: Calendly Most Recommended Book: The 10x Rule Daily Habit: Exercise Best Place to Grab a Bite in Downtown, LA The Pantry Contact Bill: Go to thelaprobateexpert.com to reach out to Bill and to book a call with Bill visit probateweekly.com. If you want to hear the previous episodes go to probateweeklyepisodes.com Tweetable Quotes: “If you have a full lead generation activity as an investor going on; probate can be a new channel to work on” - Bill Gross “If you help people, you will get more business than you ever need” - Bill Gross Thank you for joining us for another great episode! If you're enjoying the show, please LEAVE A RATING OR REVIEW, and be sure to hit that subscribe button so you do not miss an episode.
Dan Taxation Is Theft Behrman is an international speaker, promoting the ideas that Taxation Is Theft, that individual freedom is paramount to the government, and that we are not government property. He has worked in the entertainment industry in Los Angeles, and the tech industry internationally, from startups to fortune 500 companies. His most admirable strength is the ability to solve complex problems with minimal disruption to all parties involved. Dan has dedicated a lot of time to many non-profit organizations. He has supported the Libertarian Party and dozens of their candidates with training and resources. He has also worked with the Sea Save Foundation, a Santa Monica, California based international ocean conservation organization. Currently, he is supporting Students for Liberty Uganda and many other African freedom-based initiatives, with resources and guidance. He is a supporter of free markets, individual rights, environmental and social issues, and has delivered this message to 6 continents, empowering people in some of the world's most impoverished nations. He has smuggled insulin from Mexico to the US to help diabetics in need, who are victims of big pharma's corrupt partnership with government. As a digital nomad, he ran his 2020 presidential campaign from Cancun, Mexico. He believes that all human interaction should be voluntary, including with their own governments, so that humans can be free from the coercive nature of abusive taxation and regulations. He is running for governor because he believes that the government belongs to people, and we are not government property, and that these ideas are almost completely unrepresented in popular politics.. The purpose of government is to protect our rights, not to force us to live our lives in any particular way that a simple majority has deemed preferable. Any person should be free to live their life however they prefer, so long as they don't hurt others and don't take their stuff. https://danforfreedom.com/ https://twitter.com/DanForTexas ______________________________________________________________________________ The Nomad Network is the #1 community for liberty minded people just like you, who want to create freeom in their lifetime by focusing on entrepreneurship, investment and income mobility. http://www.nomadnetwork.app/gml Need someone to talk to?Betterhelp.com/gml Subscribe on Youtube http://www.youtube.com/goodmorningliberty Interested in learning how to Day Trade? Mastermytrades.com Chat LIVE during the show! https://goodmorningliberty.locals.com/ Like our intro song? https://www.3pillmorning.com Advertise on our podcast! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Promenade in Santa Monica, CA is three city blocks of restaurants, bars and stores that are blocked off from car traffic. Despite its enduring popularity, many believed that the street was in need of reinvention. But just as an ambitious new plan was taking shape, the pandemic stopped it in its tracks. Ultimately, the pandemic accelerated some changes and put a hold on others. Guests on this week's show: Kathleen Rawson, Downtown Santa Monica, Inc. Jeffrey Kreshek, Federal Realty Investment Trust Robert Resnick, RDR Properties Devin Klein, JLL James Cook is the director of retail research in the Americas for JLL. Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Google Podcasts Listen: WhereWeBuy.show Alexa: Say "Enable the Where We Buy skill" Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Leave a message on the Where We Buy hotline. We may use it on an upcoming show. Call (602) 633-4061 Read more retail research here: http://www.us.jll.com/retail Theme music is Run in the Night by The Good Lawdz, under Creative Commons license.
Our guest on the podcast today is acclaimed songwriter and Texas-bred luminary, James McMurtry. James has just released his first full-length studio album in seven years via New West Records. It's titled The Horses and the Hounds, and today, we get into the making of the record, and other topics that show us just what makes this celebrated tunesmith tick. McMurtry recorded the new album with legendary producer Ross Hogarth at Jackson Browne's Groove Masters in Santa Monica, California, a world class studio that's housed such legends as Bob Dylan, David Crosby, of course Jackson Browne, and now James McMurtry. The author Stephen King wrote that “James McMurtry may be the truest, fiercest songwriter of his generation,” and we think King may be on to something. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
To buy or rent a home in Santa Monica? What tax deductions can I bank on this year? Smart to ditch roommates for my own place and pay double? How to play retirement savings catch-up? Farnoosh answers listeners questions. To purchase the 2022 So Money Page-a-Day calendar, visit www.pageaday.com, search for So Money and use the code SOMONEY for 20% off. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices