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In the Moment
Who was Joe Forman? A fresh look at one of South Dakota's most infamous prison escapes

In the Moment

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 57:40


On this date in 1922, a convict named Joe Forman led an escape from the penitentiary in Sioux Falls. It became known as one of the most infamous prison escapes in state history. The fugitives got as far as Murdo until the chase ended with shots fired. Now, thanks to a recently uncovered journal, film producers take a fresh look at the case and Joe Forman.

Spain and Fitz
If You Build It...

Spain and Fitz

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 85:16


Spain and Jeff Thurn talk Tom Brady's absence from Bucs camp, the NFL's slate of preseason games and chat about the Field of Dreams game with Jesse Rogers. Plus, Jeff's years-long attempt to get Stugotz to Sioux Falls and the NBA honoring Bill Russell. Seth Wickersham joins to talk his profile on Sean McVay, Alexa Phillippou discusses the WNBA playoff race as the regular season comes to an end and listeners share the former MLB player they'd like to see step out of the corn into the Field of Dreams game.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Greatest People You've Never Met
Ep. 17 - Wriss Parker

The Greatest People You've Never Met

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 66:26


On this episode of the GPYNM Pod, we meet Wriss Parker. Wriss, the man behind the Pod's theme song, is an up and coming artist who is originally from Sioux Falls, SD. We discuss his inspirations, goals and what goes into creating a song.

Peace Lutheran Sermons
August 7, 2022

Peace Lutheran Sermons

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 12:21


Preacher: Pastor Paul StjernholmSermon Title: Hope and FearScripture: Luke 12:32-40______________________________

Good Seats Still Available
271: Minor League Baseball's "Grinders" - With Mike Capps

Good Seats Still Available

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 82:23


Life has come full circle for TV news reporter-turned-Triple-A baseball play-by-play broadcaster Mike Capps ("Grinders: Baseball's Intrepid Infantry") - now the longtime radio voice of the Pacific Coast League's Round Rock Express. As a kid in early-1960s North Texas, Capps grew up immersed in the exploits of Dallas-Fort Worth's minor league Rangers, Cats and Spurs - intrigued by rotating rosters of determined pay-your-dues hopefuls bouncing up and down between baseball's majors and minors - players his grandfather called the "engine" of the sport. After an intense award-winning professional career covering hard news for local Metroplex TV stations and early 1990s Gulf War-era CNN, Capps found solace and renewed purpose in those early childhood memories of the "grinders" of the game he fell in love with - reinventing himself in their mold into a second post-journalism work life as an (also) award-winning baseball play-by-play man for minor-league clubs in outposts like Tyler, TX (the former Texas-Louisiana League WildCatters), Sioux Falls, SD (Canaries), Atlantic City, NJ (the former Atlantic League Surf), and Nashville (Sounds). By 2000, Capps' pressbox grinding paid off with an offer by Nolan Ryan to help inaugurate suburban Austin's expansion Express as its radio voice and director of broadcasting - a run that's lasted some 3000+ games (and counting).

Peace Lutheran Sermons
July 31, 2022

Peace Lutheran Sermons

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022 12:29


Preacher: Pastor Renae BoehmerSermon Title: Mine and OursScripture: Luke 12:13-21______________________________

SDPB News
Affordable housing, shelter capacity top concerns in first Sioux Falls Homeless Task Force meeting | Aug 05

SDPB News

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 8:57


Each day, SDPB brings you statewide news coverage. We then compile those stories into a daily podcast.

Last Call with Chris Connor
Omar Figueroa Jr & Said Sowma

Last Call with Chris Connor

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 42:22


On the final episode of LAST CALL on Anchor FM, we kick off a new month with some top contenders who are ready to bounce back from tough losses on the national TV stage. This week's guests feature; -PBC Light Welterweight Omar Figueroa Jr stops by the show as he gets ready for his Showtime main event against Adrien Broner on August 20th in Hollywood, Florida. The former IBF champion sits down to talk a bout his fight with Broner and why he agreed to it, Broner's trash talking and how he views Broner's persona, battling depression and anxiety, the stigma of mental health in the boxing world and his family, and why he chose to reveal his battles now. -Bellator Heavyweight contender Said Sowma returns to the show as he prepares to take on Gokhan Saricam at Bellator 284 from Sioux Falls on August 12th. The American Top Team wrestle/striker opens up about his opponent and taking on a pure striker, his thoughts on how the fight shapes up, his loss to Davion Franklin and what he took from it, plans for changing his strategy, and much more. All of this on LAST CALL on Anchor FM

John and Heidi Show
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John and Heidi Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 18:39


This is an EXTRA HOUR of the John & Heidi Show, featuring Dan Farris each weekday morning from about 7:15 to about 7:45, these breaks are only heard on the flagship station for The John And Heidi Show, Sunny 93.3 fm in Sioux Falls, SD. (and now www.NewsRadio.us) This rest of this show is syndicated on over 297 stations, to hear these breaks, you can listen to Sunny 93.3 from 5am to 10am or hear the podcast version at the bottom of the page at JohnAndHeidiShow.com (click AUDIO ARCHIVES)

John & Heidi BONUS HOUR on Sunny 93.3
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John & Heidi BONUS HOUR on Sunny 93.3

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 17:35


This is an EXTRA HOUR of the John & Heidi Show, featuring Dan Farris each weekday morning from about 7:15 to about 7:45, these breaks are only heard on the flagship station for The John And Heidi Show, Sunny 93.3 fm in Sioux Falls, SD. (and now www.NewsRadio.us)This rest of this show is syndicated on over 297 stations, to hear these breaks, you can listen to Sunny 93.3 from 5am to 10am or hear the podcast version at the bottom of the page at JohnAndHeidiShow.com (click AUDIO ARCHIVES)

John and Heidi Show
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John and Heidi Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 17:35


This is an EXTRA HOUR of the John & Heidi Show, featuring Dan Farris each weekday morning from about 7:15 to about 7:45, these breaks are only heard on the flagship station for The John And Heidi Show, Sunny 93.3 fm in Sioux Falls, SD. (and now www.NewsRadio.us) This rest of this show is syndicated on over 297 stations, to hear these breaks, you can listen to Sunny 93.3 from 5am to 10am or hear the podcast version at the bottom of the page at JohnAndHeidiShow.com (click AUDIO ARCHIVES)

John & Heidi BONUS HOUR on Sunny 93.3
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John & Heidi BONUS HOUR on Sunny 93.3

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 17:30


This is an EXTRA HOUR of the John & Heidi Show, featuring Dan Farris each weekday morning from about 7:15 to about 7:45, these breaks are only heard on the flagship station for The John And Heidi Show, Sunny 93.3 fm in Sioux Falls, SD. (and now www.NewsRadio.us)This rest of this show is syndicated on over 297 stations, to hear these breaks, you can listen to Sunny 93.3 from 5am to 10am or hear the podcast version at the bottom of the page at JohnAndHeidiShow.com (click AUDIO ARCHIVES)

John & Heidi BONUS HOUR on Sunny 93.3
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John & Heidi BONUS HOUR on Sunny 93.3

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 18:39


This is an EXTRA HOUR of the John & Heidi Show, featuring Dan Farris each weekday morning from about 7:15 to about 7:45, these breaks are only heard on the flagship station for The John And Heidi Show, Sunny 93.3 fm in Sioux Falls, SD. (and now www.NewsRadio.us)This rest of this show is syndicated on over 297 stations, to hear these breaks, you can listen to Sunny 93.3 from 5am to 10am or hear the podcast version at the bottom of the page at JohnAndHeidiShow.com (click AUDIO ARCHIVES)

Rebuilding The American Dream
Pam Gohl - A Dedication to Family

Rebuilding The American Dream

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 17:25


A student-athlete before becoming a coach and now the Athletic Director at The University of Sioux Falls, Pam Gohl thrives in creating and fostering a small community feel on campus for all students. One of The University of Sioux Falls Athletic Department mission statements is a 'Dedication to Family' and she embodies that as she champions that sense of family belonging in her university, staff and student-athletes.Join us for this episode of Rebuilding the American Dream: The Student-Athlete Experience as we learn more about The University of Sioux Falls and Athletic Director, Pam Gohl (could not a better name for an AD!) Pam earned a Bachelor's degree in Physical Education at Augustana University, and a Master's degree in Sports Management from St. Cloud (Minn.) State University. 

The Midwest Angler Podcast
Episode 181 (Josh Heitkamp)

The Midwest Angler Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 81:53


Josh Heitkamp, manager of Dakota Angler in Sioux Falls, SD, joins the show this week. Josh talks about the day to day operation of running a bait shop!

The Jade Boyd Podcast
Creating a Productive Workspace with Cassie Beech

The Jade Boyd Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 38:13


Did you know that a cluttered workspace can actually decrease your productivity? You may not realize it, but your office space plays a huge role in making or breaking your work day! From lighting, decor, scents, and furniture, the details matter. That's why I'm so excited to bring interior designer Cassie Beech, founder of Made with Grace + Grit, to the podcast to talk about creating a productive workspace!   Made with Grace + Grit started out as a blog to help others create beautiful spaces in their own homes. In a very short time, it grew to a full-scale business serving clients across the Sioux Falls area. From a full remodel to a room refresh, Cassie provides interior design services with her graceful eye for design paired with the grit of hard work to make it all come together. Made with Grace + Grit provides busy families with peace of mind, calming their decision fatigue (hello Pinterest Paralysis!) and curates beautiful, practical spaces to live in with comfort and confidence.   By the end of this episode, you'll be well on your way to creating a productive workspace that's both inspiring and functional.     SHOW NOTES: https://jadeboyd.co/blog/productivity/creating-a-productive-workspace-with-cassie-beech/     CONNECT WITH CASSIE Made with Grace and Grit Website Cassie Beech Instagram   CONNECT WITH ME Website Instagram Organize your Business Template FREE Task Batching Workbook FREE Weekly Review Checklist

KMJ's Afternoon Drive
Thursday 7/28 Hour 4

KMJ's Afternoon Drive

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 36:37


Trending Topics at 5 o'clock. Chick-fil-A offers volunteers chicken sandwiches to work a busy drive thru. A Michigan tavern closes its door on rude tourists. The Ukrainian first family is facing backlash over Vogue shoot. It's corny in Sioux Falls. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Philip Teresi Podcasts
Thursday 7/28 Hour 4

Philip Teresi Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 36:37


Trending Topics at 5 o'clock. Chick-fil-A offers volunteers chicken sandwiches to work a busy drive thru. A Michigan tavern closes its door on rude tourists. The Ukrainian first family is facing backlash over Vogue shoot. It's corny in Sioux Falls. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Good News Broadcast's podcast
The New Is In The Old

Good News Broadcast's podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 5:02


This week Jim and Pam welcome Brent and Tani Parker of Sioux Falls, SD. These Good News Nuggets this week are spontaneous responses to scriptures Pam gives the group. Listen and learn as the group inspires you with their comments. 
Contact information: LatinAmericanMinistry.org 



Facebook - Latin American Ministry


Email: jim@latinamericanministry.org or laministry@yahoo.com

Good News Broadcast's podcast

This week Jim and Pam welcome Brent and Tani Parker of Sioux Falls, SD. These Good News Nuggets this week are spontaneous responses to scriptures Pam gives the group. Listen and learn as the group inspires you with their comments. 
Contact information: LatinAmericanMinistry.org 



Facebook - Latin American Ministry


Email: jim@latinamericanministry.org or laministry@yahoo.com  

Good News Broadcast's podcast

This week Jim and Pam welcome Brent and Tani Parker of Sioux Falls, SD. These Good News Nuggets this week are spontaneous responses to scriptures Pam gives the group. Listen and learn as the group inspires you with their comments. 
Contact information: LatinAmericanMinistry.org 



Facebook - Latin American Ministry


Email: jim@latinamericanministry.org or laministry@yahoo.com

Why We NAMI - A Mental Health Podcast
#116 - Stephanie Burgeson

Why We NAMI - A Mental Health Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 49:21


Stephanie Burgeon graduated from South Dakota State University with both her Bachelor's and Master's Degrees.  This is her 28th year in education. She will be a counselor at George McGovern Middle School in Sioux Falls this Fall.  She previously spent time in the Yankton and Wagner school districts. She is married to her husband Michael. She has two sons, Brody is a full time soldier in the US Army and Hudson will be a sophomore at Jefferson High School. In her spare time she enjoys reading, baking, shopping and spending time with my family.

Good News Broadcast's podcast

This week Jim and Pam welcome Brent and Tani Parker of Sioux Falls, SD. These Good News Nuggets this week are spontaneous responses to scriptures Pam gives the group. Listen and learn as the group inspires you with their comments. 
Contact information: LatinAmericanMinistry.org 



Facebook - Latin American Ministry


Email: jim@latinamericanministry.org or laministry@yahoo.com

Peace Lutheran Sermons
July 24, 2022

Peace Lutheran Sermons

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 12:53


Preacher: Pastor Alex SmithSermon Title: Faith and DoubtScripture: Luke 11:1-13______________________________

Revival Town Podcast
ADAM WEBER

Revival Town Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 64:20


Adam Weber is the lead pastor and founder of Embrace Church in Sioux Falls, SD. He's the author of books Talking With God and Love Has a Name, and the host of an incredible podcast called The Conversation. And speaking of conversations, you're going to love ours with Adam as he shares his story and his passion for the local church. Did we mention he made worldwide news when a turkey vulture fell out of the sky and landed on his back porch? You have to hear it to believe it! So sit back and relax and enjoy our conversation with Adam Weber.

Ghostfacers: A Supernatural Rewatch
5.15: Dead Men Don't Wear Plaid

Ghostfacers: A Supernatural Rewatch

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 84:59


In the 97th episode of Supernatural, the boys face down a wave of resurrections in Sioux Falls, including Bobby's late wife! Intro/Outro performed by Aaron Barry Follow us on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook! Or send us an email: ghostfacerspodcast@gmail.com! Part of the Brain Freeze Podcast Network! And now...support us on Patreon!

Good News Broadcast's podcast

This week Jim and Pam welcome Brent and Tani Parker of Sioux Falls, SD. These Good News Nuggets this week are spontaneous responses to scriptures Pam gives the group. Listen and learn as the group inspires you with their comments. 
Contact information: LatinAmericanMinistry.org 



Facebook - Latin American Ministry


Email: jim@latinamericanministry.org or laministry@yahoo.com

WARR on Anchor
2nd City Sports on SportZone Chicago: Arturo Garza, Mike Berman and Christine Manika all Join the Show

WARR on Anchor

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 23, 2022 117:32


It's three times the fun with three times the guests on this weekend edition of 2CS. First, WVON's Arturo Garza gets on with Sid and Lakeena to talk Bears and Bulls, then NBC5's Mike Berman gives his thoughts on the Bulls, Bears, and growing up in Chicago and lastly, our buddy Christine Manika of KXRB Radio in Sioux Falls makes another visit to discuss the ESPYs, Charles Barkley joining the LIV tour and Good Morning Football announcing its new team among other topics. 4:44 - MLB All-Star recap: AL wins again; Aaron Judge wins MVP; Liam Hendricks made most of being mic'd up; Juan Soto wins HR Derby; This weekend's games 24:03 - Arturo Garza, co-host of the Fundamentals on WVON, joins us 54:18 - NFL news: Kyler Murray gets paid, where does this leave Lamar Jackson?; Rams' Super Bowl bling; Teams adjust their uniforms; Kyle Rudolph signs with the Bucs; Rob Gronkowski's girlfriend doesn't believe he'll stay retired; Leonard Fournette's weight raises eyeballs 1:12:14 - ESPYs recap 1:19:19 - NBC5's Mike Berman makes his show debut as he tells us what he expects from the Bears, the Bulls and his background growing up in Chicago 1:38:38 - KXRB's Christine Manika is back to give her thoughts on the White Sox making a move in the second half, plus the MLB All-Star game, 49ers QB Jimmy Garapolo requesting a trade, sports media news and more Subscribe to WARR on Anchor and on YouTube and follow WARR for all the latest on our movement and stay tuned for upcoming episodes and specials from your guys. Weareregalradio.com provides the best independent coverage of sports and culture -- feel free to share our content and rate us well here or wherever else you find our podcasts. Thanks for listening. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/warrmedia/message

Growing Harvest Ag Network
Mid-morning Ag News, July 21, 2022: 6th Annual AgViews Live Conference to be held in Fargo, Sioux Falls and Wisconsin Dells

Growing Harvest Ag Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 2:35


With all the “black swan” events that have occurred in the ag sector over the past few years, there's a lot to unravel in the agricultural outlook - especially with the situation in Ukraine. Lynn Paulson with Bell Bank says they've got a lot to tackle at the 6th annual AgViews Live conference.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Why We NAMI - A Mental Health Podcast
#115 - LuAnn Berkhof

Why We NAMI - A Mental Health Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 38:53


LuAnn's Berkhof's entire professional career has had a dimension of caregiving that has afforded her the opportunity to see the care needs of an array of people groups.  LuAnn has worked previously as a teacher, a preschool director, a teen and young adult program coordinator, a provider for people with different abilities and a caregiver to our older adults.  Each of these groups of people have specific needs but each share a common need to feel safe and valued.Luann grew up on a farm by Slayton, Minnesota, graduated from Dordt College, in Sioux Center IA, and have now lived in Sioux Falls, SD for over 30 years.

How to Scale Commercial Real Estate
Recession Resistant Syndications

How to Scale Commercial Real Estate

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 18:25


In today's episode, we are joined by Andrew Keel, Andrew is a passionate commercial real estate investor, husband, father, and fitness fanatic. His specialty is in acquiring and operating manufactured housing communities and self-storage facilities. He graduated in 2010 from Augustana University in Sioux Falls, South Dakota where he majored in Business Administration, He started as an apprentice to a local Central Florida real estate wholesaler where he learned to flip houses. Eventually, he move to manufacturing houses, buying and selling individual mobile homes. Today he operates over 2,300 lots across more than 30 mobile home parks in 10 states and has few mobile home parks under contracts. Let's hear more about Andrew and his journey. Let's dive in!   [00:00 - 07:04]  5 Storage Facilities Bought from Mom and Pop for Increased Profits Andrew Keel owns and operates 33 mobile home communities in five cell storage facilities. His specialty is buying from mom and pops and improving the bottom line. Started in central Florida flipping houses in the residential place moved into, individual mobile homes Buying storage from Mom and Pops Andrew shares that their business has a call center that anyone can call to rent their units    [07:05 - 13:46] How Self Storage Can Help You Achieve Your Business Goals Storage is becoming increasingly desirable, especially in a recessionary environment There are many reasons why people use storage, and the competitive advantage for Self Storage is market research and underwriting based on what it could be, rather than what it is today Hiring is important to set good systems in place from the beginning so that when turnover does occur, it is smooth. Andrew shares his experience in running in triathlon and how it correlates to his business process.   [13:47 - 18:24] Closing Segment Reach out to Andrew Keel Links Below Final Words   Tweetable Quotes ”Slow down and really implement good training at the beginning instead of trying to go really fast.” - Andrew Keel   ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- Connect with Andrew Keel by visiting their website: www.keelteam.com       Connect with me:   Facebook   LinkedIn   Like, subscribe, and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, or whatever platform you listen on. Thank you for tuning in!   Email me → sam@brickeninvestmentgroup.com Want to read the full show notes of the episode? Check it out below:   [00:00:00] Andrew Keel: When we come in and we're now we have a call center that they can call and rent a unit, anytime their web, you can rent a unit from the website and get access to the gate, and implement more professional management. [00:00:09] Andrew Keel: We're able to already see increases in occupancy, increases in NOI and just fix the model that he had been using. So that's our whole model basically is buying from mom and pops that are not, running assets as, as well as we can. And, increasing the value.. Andrew keel owns and operates. 33 mobile home communities in five cell storage facilities. His specialty is buying from mom and pops and improving the bottom line. Andrew, welcome to the show. Yeah,  [00:00:46] Andrew Keel: thanks for having me, Sam. Pleasure's  [00:00:48] Sam Wilson: mine. Three questions. I ask every guest who comes in the show in 90 seconds or less. [00:00:51] Sam Wilson: Where did you start? Where are you now? And how did you get there?  [00:00:54] Andrew Keel: Started in central Florida flipping houses in the residential place moved into, individual mobile homes, doing what's called Lonnie, dealing where I was selling individual mobile homes on contract. And then ended up going to a bootcamp MSU bootcamp and met a investor there that was looking to deploy some. [00:01:14] Andrew Keel: Wanted a sweat equity partner like myself. So we ended up partnering on my first five mobile home parks together since then friends and family have jumped on board and wanted to invest. And we also got into self storage last year, which has absolutely crushed. So really really feeling good about our portfolio going into uncertain economic times  [00:01:34] Sam Wilson: when, or what year was it that you bought your first mobile home park? [00:01:38] Sam Wilson: 2017. Wow. Wow. That's pretty that's pretty fast growth from zero mobile home parks to 33, I think is is what you said there in your bio? That's a lot. What is that? I mean, it's only five is that five years. That's six parks a year,  [00:01:54] Andrew Keel: basically. Yeah. Yeah. Just about, I, the one thing I did is I burned the ships, right? [00:01:59] Andrew Keel: I left everything else. My, my home flipping business, my individual mobile home flipping business. I left everything behind. It just went all in on this. I saw the opportunity and it ended up being well worth it. Now  [00:02:11] Sam Wilson: That's really hard hard to do, cause I'm sure that your home flipping business was fairly profitable. [00:02:17] Andrew Keel: It was yeah. Around the central Florida area. And then, these Lonnie deals, I was buying these individual mobile homes, fixing 'em up very little and then selling them on contract. And I was getting what's called mailbox money. Right. Which Lonnie Scruggs talks about in his book deals on wheels. [00:02:33] Andrew Keel: And, that was going great. But I, that income from those previous homes I had sold really kept me alive when I just completely went full into mobile home communities. So that's how I was able to do it.  [00:02:45] Sam Wilson: I think that's important, to note there for people that are looking to scale, is that income while you do scale, how long did it take you from, Hey, I'm going long into mobile home communities in 2017. Like how many months was it before you actually got your first deal done?  [00:02:57] Andrew Keel: Oh yeah. I wanted to buy a park in 2015. Right. And then , the time it took to get there and the sales funnel. [00:03:04] Andrew Keel: And so forth It took about a year and a half. So, it definitely took some time before I actually got one.  [00:03:10] Sam Wilson: Right. And that's, I mean, I think that's something people overlook, when they're looking to grow and you hear the success stories where it's like, Hey man, one day I woke up and then three weeks later, I own 10 mobile home parks. [00:03:19] Sam Wilson: You're like, okay, whatever. You're not the normal person out there. The rest of us, it takes 18 months of, of blood, sweat, and tears to finally get that first one done. And from then of course, it becomes easier. It's getting the first one across the finish line. Tell me. Things are changing in the mobile home community space. [00:03:35] Sam Wilson: Like we've just seen cap rates compressed. We've seen hyper competition come in. What else has gone on in this space? And then what are you doing to still find a competitive edge?  [00:03:44] Andrew Keel: Yeah, we have a lot of institutional buyers coming into the space right now, a lot of big time, private equity money coming into the space. [00:03:52] Andrew Keel: And it's tough to compete. Right? They've driven cap rates down. I think one thing that we've done to kind of. Carve out our niche is, we've gotten really specific on our strike zone, right? Like we buy properties between 50 and 99. Lots. A lot of the bigger boys wanna buy a hundred lots or more. [00:04:11] Andrew Keel: So we target 50 to 99 lots. We target public utilities in a Metro with 50,000 or more population. And, that has really been a good strike zone for us. We've had to say no to a lot of deal. But it also keeps us it keeps us on track with where our time is best used.  [00:04:30] Sam Wilson: Yeah. Are you, I mean, so you gave four criteria for things that work for you guys, and it sounds like you're still able to find opportunity, even with those four criteria. [00:04:39] Andrew Keel: Yeah. Yeah. It's been great, last year was a lot better than this year. , honestly, we were able to really, our sales funnel kind of peaked and we closed on, a handful in 2021 20, 22. It's gotten tougher to find those deals that hit our strike zone. So we spent a lot of time in storage the last year because of. [00:05:00] Sam Wilson: Right. I mean, and that's also something though. I mean, you're in two asset classes that are fairly popular. I mean, I would think there's more storage facilities than there are mobile home communities. So, but even, so it's still a competitive storage, the competitive space to be in why the transition with it just cuz the mobile home communities were just, too competitive or was there a strategic move as part  [00:05:20] Andrew Keel: of. [00:05:21] Andrew Keel: Yeah. We like the complimentary factors that they have with our management and oversight of them. And then also it was strategic in the fact that, self storage facilities they're they have some benefits that mobile home parks don't right. They're a little bit easier to manage. [00:05:35] Andrew Keel: However, the supply is not constrained, just, as mobile home parks are. However we can buy in certain markets from mom and pop. That we bought a property in round rock, Texas just outside of Austin. And we bought it from a mom and pop owner. We direct to the owner and the facility was only 82% occupied. [00:05:53] Andrew Keel: It's your typical mom and pop story. Right? All the other facilities in the area are 95% occupied are higher. He was operating the facility on a flip phone and he was only open three days a week. If you wanted to rent a unit, you had to be there Monday, Wednesday, or Saturday. That was. So when we come in and we're now we have a call center that they can call and rent a unit, anytime their web, you can rent a unit from the website and get access to the gate, and implement more professional management. [00:06:18] Andrew Keel: We're able to already see increases in occupancy, increases in NOI and just fix the model that he had been using. So that's our whole model basically is buying from mom and pops that are not, running assets as, as well as we can. And, increasing the value..  [00:06:32] Sam Wilson: Those aren't even expensive, necessarily operational, like, like there's no major CapEx. [00:06:38] Sam Wilson: Yeah. There's some software that goes into that. There's some human, capital in the sense that you gotta pay to have a, the call center, answer the phone and things like that, but it's not, a million dollars in CapEx. You gotta dump it into your property. It's just a very simple, Hey, here's some operational tweaks and you can change the bottom line dramatically. [00:06:55] Andrew Keel: Dramatically. Yeah. And obviously in storage, one thing like probably the biggest value add component is that the mom and pops are not raising rents with market. Right. They, they just get comfortable. They think that a hundred percent occupancy is good. And that's where they're supposed to be. [00:07:11] Andrew Keel: Well, actually in storage, you actually wanna be around 90% occupied, maybe even a little bit less. Wow. Because if you're not filtering through and you're not raising rents enough, then you're not maximizing the no. Right,  [00:07:22] Sam Wilson: right. Yeah. And I can't do the math fast enough on here, but I know that there's a, here on the fly, but I know there's a point where it's like, Hey, it's better to be 90% occupied at X than hundred percent occupied at Y whatever that is. [00:07:33] Sam Wilson: Yeah. So that's exactly, that's really interesting. Yeah. We're experiencing that right now on a multifamily property. We own. We just hit a hundred percent occupancy, but we are, we have raised rent so fast and it's still the demand is there. And it's like, what? Or what are we doing something wrong here? [00:07:48] Sam Wilson: Because we're we bought it last year and we're already 400 bucks a month or 400 bucks a month per unit over where we bought it at. And it's like, Wow. And we're still not, or we're still a hundred percent occupied. So I get that. That's a hard thing for a lot of people though, especially mom and pops, cuz they go, Hey, you know what? [00:08:04] Sam Wilson: I'm fully occupied. I don't have to think about it. I can collect the check and then I go home. How do you find those sellers? And how do you find an opportunity? That makes sense like that. I mean going all the way to around rock Texas is a long way from Orlando, Florida.  [00:08:16] Andrew Keel: Yeah, we have a whole sales team of five cold callers that are cold calling and, reaching out to owners constantly. [00:08:24] Andrew Keel: We have three VAs that are skip tracing and scrubbing our data. And that's really been our competitive advantage is being able to go direct to these owners, contact them, cultivate relationships with them, and then, ultimately buy their proper.  [00:08:38] Sam Wilson: Right. Yeah. What's that conversation like right now, when you're dealing with these mom and pop owners, are they aware of, the interest in the self storage space or is it, still the maybe five, seven years ago where you get it off market deal and it wasn't quite as difficult. [00:08:53] Andrew Keel: There's always deals out there. Right? One of my mentors, Scott Shields, he says, Hey, the deal of a lifetime comes around once every six months. There's deals to be had. But yeah, I would say sellers are aware that. Their assets are desirable and they're wanting higher prices than ever before. [00:09:07] Andrew Keel: And I think the competitive advantage is the market research that we're doing to look at the competitors, to look at the facilities and really be able to underwrite based on, what it could be instead of what it is today. Do you  [00:09:18] guys  [00:09:19] Sam Wilson: Have you guys taken any deals down from broker. [00:09:22] Andrew Keel: We have, yeah, I think probably three or four we've taken down from brokers. There's deals out there from brokers as well. You just have to be the right place to right time.  [00:09:30] Sam Wilson: Right, right. We're you know, there's talk of us going into a recession and you are in two unique asset classes that generally bode fairly well, especially the mobile home communities in a recessionary environment. [00:09:42] Sam Wilson: Is there anything you guys are doing? To position yourself or maybe doing differently than what you were a couple of years ago as recession seems to be on the horizon.  [00:09:50] Andrew Keel: Yeah. Great question. I think mobile home parks in and of themselves are the most affordable form of non-subsidized housing, right? [00:09:59] Andrew Keel: So that, in a recessionary environ, Has done pretty well. And if you look back at the previous recessions, you'll see mobile home parks have done well, right? Because typically our tenants own their homes and they're just paying a very nominal amount for lot rent to have their home on the property. [00:10:16] Andrew Keel: So, mobile home parks are molded in that aspect. Not completely completely untouchable right in, in a recession. I think everybody feels it in some aspect but mobile home parks are. Are in a good spot storage as well. It's interesting because storage has an interesting dynamic where when people are moving up, right, they're upgrading their housing situation. [00:10:36] Andrew Keel: They need more stuff when they're downgrading their housing, it's the same thing, right? They need a place to store their stuff. And in a market like today where people are preferring to rent self storage is done really.  [00:10:48] Sam Wilson: Right. Yeah. There's there's and I think that's the thing that's fun about self storage is that there's the reasons for why. [00:10:52] Sam Wilson: And like you said, the reasons why people use storage varies no matter where we are in the cycle there's a certain. Section or a certain set of, of the population that needs storage for various reasons. So in a recession, businesses are downsizing like, okay, well now they gotta have a place to put all this extra stuff they have or, businesses are upsizing. [00:11:11] Sam Wilson: Well now we're building a new facility, we got a place to store our stuff. I mean, whatever it is. So I think that's that's really cool. What are, if you could rewind maybe, I don't know how long or when you started in real estate, but whenever it was, you started in real estate until. [00:11:22] Sam Wilson: And you could say, Hey, here's a mistake I made that. I think other people could avoid making. What would that be?  [00:11:27] Andrew Keel: Wow. That was a great question. I would say setting better systems earlier. In terms of hiring. Right? So when you're hiring people you don't in the moment, you're like, okay, it's like, you gotta ship and you gotta hole in it. [00:11:41] Andrew Keel: You're like, all right, stick a cork in it. Let's just keep moving. Right? Well, really, if you slow down, you take the time to set up a system, set up a training. You can really help yourself down the line when you need to replace that person or when you have turnover. So I would say slow down and really implement good training in the beginning instead of trying to go really fast. [00:12:02] Andrew Keel: That's something we've had to go back and do. And, we're able now to move so much faster when we do have turnover. Because we have good training systems in place, the new person's able to get caught up very quickly.  [00:12:13] Sam Wilson: Right. And that's I think that was something I read on a LinkedIn post yesterday was that the average entrepreneur really struggles with the documentation side of it. [00:12:23] Sam Wilson: Especially early on because it's fast. If I can just do it myself right now, but then documenting this process takes five times as long. And I don't have time for that. But then, yeah it's this you get caught there in the middle. So setting better systems when hiring now that's that's an absolutely great one. [00:12:39] Sam Wilson: I love, I certainly love that. Tell me this, you you're an Ironman triathlon runner. If I'm not mistaken, you do. That's right. How many of these you've done up up till this point? Are there correlations between what you do in business and how you run a triathlon?  [00:12:55] Andrew Keel: Oh, a hundred percent. I would say. [00:12:57] Andrew Keel: it's less about how I run a triathlon and more about the whole process. Right? The training, the discipline you know what I put in my mouth eating wise, like, the burning drive that I have to be successful. All of. It correlates to training for triathlon and competing in Ironman races. [00:13:15] Andrew Keel: So, I would say it, it has helped my business goals and complimented them and has kept me driven, kept me on track, kept me disciplined. When I don't wanna wake up at 5 31 day, I could I'll pay for it if I don't. Right, right. So it keeps me on. Right.  [00:13:32] Sam Wilson: Yeah, absolutely. [00:13:33] Sam Wilson: Absolutely. Yeah. In the, you said you mentioned something in there, but you said process, can you expound on that? Some.  [00:13:39] Andrew Keel: Yeah. Yeah. Specifically with triathlon, like for example, I just competed in Kona in the Kona, Hawaii, 70.3 race last week. Wow. And the process of preparing your bike, making sure that you have, good tubes and tires on and making sure that your batteries are charged for your, GPS and your your gear shifters. [00:13:59] Andrew Keel: The whole process of being organized. And like you said, setting a system in business is the same thing for triathlon. And that's not even including the training. Right? There's a coaching program. I have a coach that, that, sets up my training regimen and. Again it all correlates to my business and how I run that as  [00:14:18] Sam Wilson: well. [00:14:18] Sam Wilson: Right. No, I think that's that. That's absolutely cool. And congrats to you for finishing that that race in Kona. Was that your best time? Was that your worst time? How'd you do. , it  [00:14:29] Andrew Keel: was not my best time. But I did pretty well. I got 16th in my age group. There was like 84 people in my age group. I think. [00:14:36] Andrew Keel: So, my age group's pretty competitive. It's the like 30 to 35 range. Wow. But had a great time, was a beautiful race. Literally the swim was like swimming in an aquarium. I mean, I was seeing stingrays and, colorful fish. It was beautiful.  [00:14:48] Sam Wilson: that's absolutely awesome. I don't know. [00:14:51] Sam Wilson: Yeah. I don't know many people that get, get to say that when they run a triathlon, that it was like swimming in an aquarium. That's awesome. Andrew. What's what let's talk about? I had one question here. I forgot to ask you when it comes to mobile home community, something we're seeing right now is on the financing side of things. [00:15:06] Sam Wilson: Financing's changing lending is getting really kind of wonky out here. As lenders are trying to find their footing in the marketplace going, where are we going? Interest rate rise. What are you finding right now in lending? On mobile home communities.  [00:15:16] Andrew Keel: Yeah, interest rates are going up for sure. [00:15:18] Andrew Keel: , but there is really good options when it comes to financing, manufactured housing communities. The best debt is typically by the agency lenders, Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae Tim typical, similar to multifamily. Where, you're able to get 10 year fixed rate debt and, interest only periods. [00:15:35] Andrew Keel: We just locked in a really awesome refinance loan before rates started ticking up on, about seven of our mobile home parks. And, we were able to get really great. We did very low leverage. I think it was 65% LTV 10 years fixed fixed interest. And. It was full term interest only. [00:15:54] Andrew Keel: So, very attractive financing terms and that's through the agency lenders, your property has to meet a certain criteria. It has to be, for there's a whole list, but over 90% occupied, less than 25% park owned homes, it has to have off street parking and some other attributes that when we buy properties from mom and pop. [00:16:12] Andrew Keel: Typically we're getting like a regional lender to finance that. And then our whole goal is to fix these properties, to get them to qualify for the agency debt. And that is like our home run.  [00:16:22] Sam Wilson: Right. Cause then you can refinance it into agency debt. And then what's your plan, I guess what's your exit strategy on these? [00:16:27] Sam Wilson: Is this a hold in forever?  [00:16:29] Andrew Keel: We're buying hold. Yeah. I'm 34 years old. Wanna own these assets and fully appreciate 'em. That's what our investors are looking for as well. And it's it's been a win-win for us to be able to recapitalize the asset, pay back the initial equity and then, hold them long. [00:16:42] Sam Wilson: That's awesome. I like that in comparison to, a lot of the deals we're seeing right now that are coming across my desk are stuff like, Hey, three to five years, we're gonna sell it. We're gonna, get a two X equity, multiple and move on. I think people's appetite, at least I've found is really changing dramatically. [00:16:58] Sam Wilson: They're going okay. We really don't care about the equity, multiple of the appreciation play. We just. Want to clip the coupon. I think of the last hundred investors I've talked to in the last four months, they've probably evolved the same thing. Like we just wanna collect the cash flow. So that's very cool, Andrew, thank you for taking the time to come on the show today and really talk about mobile home communities, the opportunities you're finding there and how you're finding them. [00:17:19] Sam Wilson: I mean having five cold callers and three VAs, full-time skip tracing. That's a lot of people doing a lot of outbound lead generation. I think that's super cool. You've shared with us the way, that you prep for an Ironman and how that correlates there to your business. And then also how you're finding opportunity in self storage. [00:17:35] Sam Wilson: So you guys are doing a lot of really cool stuff. Certainly appreciate you coming on today and sharing if our listeners wanna get in touch with you or learn more about you, what is the best way to do that?  [00:17:42] Andrew Keel: Yeah, the best way for them to do that would be to go to keel team.com. That's just K E E L T E a m.com can fill out a contact form if you're interested in investing with us or partnering with us. [00:17:55] Andrew Keel: Awesome.  [00:17:55] Sam Wilson: Andrew, thank you again. Certainly appreciate it.  [00:17:58] Andrew Keel: Yeah. Thanks for having me, Sam.

Minor League Sports Report
TWITA: Red Hot Cleburne Railroaders and Sioux Falls Canaries

Minor League Sports Report

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 66:14


In This Week in the Association with Kevin Luckow and Robert Pannier, the Boys discuss the updated Kevin Luckow Power Rankings, discussing the hot streaks of the Sioux Falls Canaries and Cleburne Railroaders and if this means the two clubs are destined to make the playoffs. They also discuss the Pitcher of the Week, Matt Hall, and the Player of the Week, Kacy Clemens. This and much more. Enjoy!

Class Action
Ep8: Standing on the Shoulders of Giants

Class Action

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 60:40


Matt Skinner and Tyler Volesky are sons of prominent defense attorneys in South Dakota who honor their Native American heritage by fighting for justice. Matt takes us inside the Minnehaha County Public Defender's office, where he argues in real court on behalf of a Native client. Tyler is following in his father's footsteps in both law and politics.  But first, he must overcome some obstacles in the world of mock trial. University of South Dakota Knudson School of Law Hofstra University School of Law American University Washington School of Law Howard University School of Law Minnehaha County Public Defender's Office ICWA (Indian Child Welfare Act) information Tribal Justice: 25 Years as a Tribal Appellate Justice by Frank Pommersheim Tribal Law Journal National Native American Bar Association The Legal Construction of Discriminatory Mass Surveilance by Gregrory Brazeal Follow us on Twitter @ClassActionPod and Instagram @ClassActionPod Visit our show page for transcripts and more details about the series at ClassActionPod.com Follow host Katie Phang on Twitter @KatiePhang and Instagram @KatiePhang.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Peace Lutheran Sermons
July 17, 2022

Peace Lutheran Sermons

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2022 11:32


Preacher: Pastor Jonathan VeharSermon Title: Hope RevealedScripture: Revelation 21:1-6, 22:1-5______________________________

Burnin' Daylight
Cattle News Central 7-18-22

Burnin' Daylight

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2022 8:27


Cattle News Central July 17 headlines: U.S. House Ag Committee Chairman plans to introduce legislation to support small cattle producers. Ballot question banning new slaughterhouses in Sioux Falls meets signature goal. Poultry giant, Koch Foods, agrees to $15.5 million settlement in price-fixing lawsuit. Sponsored by AgRisk Advisors, 4 T Ag Insurance, & Circle 5 School for Cattleman. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/burnindaylight/message

Leadmore Podcast
Empowering Women Through Soccer with Gabe Nelson

Leadmore Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2022 29:23


Leadmore Podcast host John T. Meyer often talks about leaders being called or pushed to step into new roles or start new things. In June 2021, Gabe Nelson experienced this with starting the first women's elite soccer team in Sioux Falls, South Dakota.In episode 97, Gabe Nelson tells the story of starting Sioux Falls City FC, what they learned in their first year, and how they plan to move forward with impact on the community.A financial entrepreneur, father, author, and community contributor, Gabe saw an opportunity to empower women through soccer, and he stepped up to the challenge of making it happen.  Creating Sioux Falls City FC (3:30)The First Year (13:44)Lessons so Far (17:29)Looking Ahead (22:25)Check out Sioux Falls City FC HereFollow Sioux Falls City FC on Twitter Follow Sioux Falls City FC on InstagramCheck out Gabe's Financial Services Business Here

Customer Service Revolution
094: AI and Your Contact Center

Customer Service Revolution

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2022 36:26


Joel Sylvester has an unsurpassable passion for customer service. His career spans hundreds of companies, working with brands like Mayo Clinic, Wells Fargo, South Carolina Parks, Ohio Parks, and Fellowes. He has over 20 years of crafting exceptional customer experiences under his belt. Today, Joel lives in Sioux Falls, South Dakota with his family. He acts as the Chief Client Officer at Five Star Call Centers. In this episode, Chief Revolution Officer John DiJulius of The DiJulius Group talks with Joel about AI and contact centers. Joel brings a level of expertise to the show and the world at large that is so critical today. The evolution of contact centers is of the utmost importance, especially amidst the great resignation going on right now. Tune in to hear from Joel on this topic in which he's a genuine expert and learn how to apply his expertise to your organization. You Will Learn: Joel's career background. The evolution of contact centers over the past two decades. What Five Star Call Centers does. How AI can help your company be more efficient, especially during The Great Resignation era. Why every company has to be successfully managing their Omni channels. Why outsourcing isn't so dangerous nowadays. What A.C.T. is and why every customer service employee should be delivering it. What you will learn from Joel's presentation at the 2022 Customer Service Revolution Conference. Resources mentioned: Register to see Joel speak at the 2022 Customer Service Revolution conference Five Star Call Centers  Five Star 2022 State of Customer Service  Connect with Joel on Linkedin  Customer Experience Executive Academy  Customer Experience Executive Online Academy The Customer Service Revolution Podcast  *** EPISODE CREDITS: If you like this podcast and are thinking of creating your own, consider talking to my producer, Emerald City Productions. They helped me grow and produce the podcast you are listening to right now. Find out more at https://emeraldcitypro.com. Let them know I sent you.

The Postural Restoration Podcast
Episode 30: Joan Hanson, DPT, PRC, CFC

The Postural Restoration Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2022 73:00


In this episode of the Postural Restoration Podcast I am joined by Joan Hanson who is a Physical Therapist located in Sioux Falls, SD. Joan has been practicing physical therapy for 30 years and for most of those years has done so with Sanford Health Systems. As we navigate her career and how PRI has shaped and directed it, it is clear to see why Joan was awarded the PRI Directors Dedication Award this past April for her ongoing commitment to this science. In 1992, she earned her Master's degree in Physical Therapy from the Mayo School of Health-Related Sciences in Rochester, MN. Joan started her private practice, Physical Therapy Solutions, in 1999 after several years in various outpatient settings.Later that year, Joan was introduced to Protonics  and encouraged to take a course. Because of a prior knee injury, on the right side, Joan was selected as a model in this course and sensed what a left hamstring could do for her right sided knee pain for the first time. Joan discusses how this first encounter with asymmetry and using both sides of the body to treat it, shaped her practice from the beginning. In 2001 Joan took her first Myokinematic Restoration course and began applying the science with her patients. Over the following two decades Joan would go on to complete over 30 PRI courses, and discusses how this journey has directly shaped her clinical practice.In 2008 Joan sold her practice to Sanford Health. This partnership has allowed her and her clinical staff to continue to use PRI  over the years. We discuss both the challenges and opportunities this partnership has provided as well as some of the people that were involved along the way. As she continued to run her practice under the lens of PRI based treatment, Joan has mentored and collaborated with many clinicians introducing asymmetrical concepts, breathing and positional sense along the way.Although she had this community around her, the science was in its early years and the resources that exist today were not all always available. As a way to get more involved with the PRI community and other clinicians apart of it, Joan completed her PRC certification in 2005 as part of the second class. Joan goes on to discuss how this and other opportunities allowed her to stay connected to the science. Throughout the years Joan has taken advantage of nearly every opportunity available to ask questions, stay connected, and continue to learn through not only course offerings but also the many other resources that have since been created. We discuss how these resources, such as the PRIVY platform, PRI Google group, and many trips to Lincoln have helped Joan answer her questions over the years. Early on Joan recalls taking advantage of one-on-one clinical time spent alongside Ron Hruska, seeing first hand how each repositioning activity was meant to be performed and who they were meant for.As Joan continued to incorporate PRI activities with her patients, she discusses the importance of relying on the tests to confirm ones ability to alternate, breathe and sense both sides of their bodies. These basic concepts are often the start point of her treatment and we discuss the importance of “the process” and how often times these concepts can be overlooked by trying to progress through integration of systems too quickly, or with patients that may not need integration of multiple systems. Throughout the years Joan has not only desired to learn and grow with this science individually, but has always attempted to share and help those around her learn and utilize it as well.  This has increased her interest in things like dance, sleep, audiology, boxing, and many others as she integrates PRI into her everyday life. 

In the Moment
South Dakota's Democratic Convention, keeping Sioux Falls safe, and live music with Billy Lurken

In the Moment

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2022 58:00


State Democrats have a slate for the November ballot. What does it take to return to party relevance?

Priority Pursuit
065. How to Build an Authentic Personal Brand with Maddie Peschong

Priority Pursuit

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2022 43:29


What does your dream business look like, and what would it take to make it a reality? For Maddie Peschong, clarifying her priorities and building an authentic personal brand allowed her to form her ideal business around the life she wanted.  Maddie is a Sioux Falls, South Dakota-based brand photographer and business coach who spent years working a 9-to-5 while growing her photography skills on the side. Today, she runs a six-figure business that's flexible enough to let her take midday dance party breaks with her kids and spend time watching The Office with her husband on the regular.  However, this lifestyle and business weren't possible until Maddie understood the importance of creating and implementing an authentic personal brand. In this episode of Priority Pursuit, Maddie explains what personal branding is, why it's important, and how creative entrepreneurs can build an authentic personal brand while growing their business. In this episode, Maddie discusses:  What an “authentic personal brand” is & why it's important for creative entrepreneurs to have one How creative entrepreneurs can build an authentic personal brand Know your priorities, your voice, & your audience. Brainstorm your dream business & what it will take to get there. Create & share content with the know-like-trust factor. You can find a more detailed version of this episode's show notes at:  https://victoriarayburnphotography.com/build-authentic-personal-brand.  Mentioned Links & Resources Do Less by Kate Northrup - https://www.amazon.com/Do-Less-Kate-Northrup-audiobook/dp/B07P67PHK4/ref=sr_1_1?crid=24M06XR9GZY91&keywords=Do+Less+by+Kate+Northrup&qid=1657213877&sprefix=do+less+by+kate+northrup+%252Caps%252C67&sr=8-1&_encoding=UTF8&tag=victoriara0e1-20&linkCode=ur2&linkId=f060a6f776a3ff92086fcbaf2ca8d55b&camp=1789&creative=9325  30 Content Prompts for Photographers by Maddie Peschong - https://www.maddiepeschong.com/photography-prompts  Save 50% on Your First Six Months of Quickbooks Self-Employed - http://victoriarayburnphotography.com/quickbooks/ Receive 50% Off Your First Order with Photographer's Edit - http://victoriarayburnphotography.com/pe/  Receive $20 Off Your First Pair of Rothy's - http://victoriarayburnphotography.com/rothys Join the Priority Pursuit Podcast Facebook Community - https://www.facebook.com/groups/179106264013426   Follow or DM Victoria on Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/victorialrayburn/  Follow Victoria on Pinterest - https://www.pinterest.com/victoriarayburnphotography/   

The Midwest Angler Podcast
Episode 179 (Paul Stark)

The Midwest Angler Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2022 61:40


Paul Stark joins the show this week and walleye are the topic. Paul talks about fishing the smaller lakes local to Sioux Falls, SD, changing tactics for the dog days of summer and more!

In the Moment
South Dakota's 'Divorce Colony,' a love poem, and how to make a (second) marriage last

In the Moment

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 7, 2022 58:00


Women seeking autonomy over their own lives once traveled to Sioux Falls. At least the wealthy ones did.

Signal Boost
April White!

Signal Boost

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2022 21:39


Historian and senior editor at Atlas Obscura April White joins Zerlina on the show to discuss her new book The Divorce Colony: How Women Revolutionized Marriage and Found Freedom on the American Frontier!

Sarcoma Sisters
Physical Therapy and Pediatric Sarcoma with PT Dan

Sarcoma Sisters

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 64:00


Dr. Dan Steventon is a Doctor of Physical Therapy and practices at The Sanford Children's Castle of Care Hospital in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. He specializes in pediatric cancer physical therapy. However, outside of the amazing care he gives his patients, he has a robust social media educational platform and is known as PT Dan The Kids Cancer PT! We encourage you to check him out on twitter And his You Tube Channel including his special series on rotationplasty for Sarcoma Awareness Month! We discuss: His journey to specializing in Physical Therapy and pediatric cancer PT Dan's goals for kids with cancer: Restore, Rebuild, and Reclaim your world Physical therapy needs for patients with sarcoma PT Dan and his push up contest with his patient to raise money and awareness Does every child with cancer need a Physical Therapy evaluation? Why is Physical Therapy needed? Why is tailoring a physical therapy plan to each child so critical? How PT Dan motivates patients during their toughest time in their cancer journey The importance of perspective surveillance in physical therapy  Managing amputations and limb salvage through physical therapy How physical therapy helps with pain including neuropathic pain PT Dan's research helping children who are non-verbal or too young to describe their pain  The importance of a team effort in cancer care PT Dan on social media   Music: Rosepigg Photo: Raspopva Marina 

The Ledge (mp3)
The Ledge #526: Low Rats

The Ledge (mp3)

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 2, 2022 124:14


When the news broke that swaggering rock and rollers Low Rats were hitting my little city of Sioux Falls I immediately began begging the band to make a stop at my house before the show for a Ledge interview. Although final plans were up in the air until the last minute, lead singer Michael Meyer promised me that he would definitely show up in time for my Friday night broadcast. Unfortunately, I had some technical issues throughout the day, and they were not completely fixed by the time Meyer arrived just before my Realpunkradio shift. So instead of a mix of chat and music, we could only broadcast the conversation. The two of us spent an hour talking about his Sioux Falls childhood, along with the various bands he had not only in this little town but in other cities, including his time a few years ago leading Narco States. In a case of perfect timing, the rest of the band (guitarist Rob Sells, bassist Joe Holland, and drummer Ben Crunk) arrived just when I was going to begin asking Meyer questions about Low Rats. Although I now had more people than microphones, we carried on with the entire band […]

The Conversation with Adam Weber
Episode 156 - Relationships & Attachment with Jason Van Ruler

The Conversation with Adam Weber

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 28:08


Adam sits down with therapist & his good friend (and fellow Sioux Falls local!), Jason Van Ruler.Adam and Jason talk about counseling— what it's like to go and see a counselor for the first time, what you can expect when you go to therapy. They also touch on a key to relationships many of us might not even be aware of: attachment styles. Whether you're married or dating, Jason shares why it's helpful to know your partner's attachment style, why you should be aware of your own, and why some of the things we loved about our spouse when we were dating may drive us crazy when we're married.Find Jason on Instagram here: instagram.com/jason.vanruler

Intermittent Fasting Stories
Lois Heron

Intermittent Fasting Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 54:32 Very Popular


In this episode of Intermittent Fasting Stories, Gin talks to Lois Heron from Sioux Falls, SD.Are you ready to take your intermittent fasting lifestyle to the next level? There's nothing better than community to help with that. In the Delay, Don't Deny community we all embrace the clean fast, and there's just the right support for you as you live your intermittent fasting lifestyle. You can connect directly with Gin in the Ask Gin group, and she will answer all of your questions personally. If you're new to intermittent fasting or recommitting to the IF lifestyle, join the 28-Day FAST Start group. After your fast start, join us for support in The 1st Year group. Need tips for long term maintenance? We have a place for that! There are many more useful spaces beyond these, and you can interact in as many as you like. Visit ginstephens.com/community to join us. An annual membership costs just over a dollar a week when you do the math. If you aren't ready to fully commit for a year, join for a month and you can cancel at any time. If you know you'll want to stay forever, we also have a lifetime membership option available. IF is free. You don't need to join our community to fast. But if you're looking for support from a community of like-minded IFers, we are here for you at ginstephens.com/community. Lois is a writer and educator. She shares that she was put on her first diet at age twelve. She felt accepted as thin, which led Lois down a painful path of striving for acceptance. Countless years of weight loss and weight gain became an emotional roller coaster for Lois. One day in 2019, Lois prayed for an answer to her struggle, and came upon an IF interview with Gin. Lois dove into the research, ordered Gin's books, and immediately began her IF journey. Lois has lost 35 pounds. She enjoys the numerous NSVs (Non Scale Victories) this lifestyle has brought her: freedom, mental clarity, energy, and the daily sense of celebration. Lois has also healed her self-image, and feels a sense of freedom. Lois' advice: “IF can synchronize your mind, body and soul in ways you cannot imagine. A ‘better you' awaits those who persevere. Journaling can help you to explore your feelings. Don't over restrict. Avoid loopholes. Enjoy special occasions and vacations.” Get Gin's books at: http://www.ginstephens.com/get-the-books.html, including Cleanish and New York Times Bestseller, Fast. Feast. Repeat., available wherever you buy books! Delay, Don't Deny is available on Amazon. Join Gin's community! Go to: ginstephens.com/community Share your intermittent fasting stories with Gin: gin@intermittentfastingstories.com Follow Gin on Twitter @gin_stephens Follow Gin on Instagram @GinStephens Visit Gin's website at: ginstephens.com Check out Gin's Favorite Things at http://www.ginstephens.com/gins-favorite-things.htmlSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

10,000 Pitches
10K Pitches Ep. 95: Extended Cut

10,000 Pitches

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 98:42


On this week's episode of 10,000 Pitches, Jeremy Rushing and Dominic Jose Bisogno break down the latest news and storylines in the world of Minnesota soccer! Minnesota United's 2nd half collapse vs. New England Revolution MNUFC head coach Adrian Heath signs 2-year extension through 2024 Loons' DP striker Adrien Hunou reportedly set to return to Ligue 1 sooner rather than later St. Croix Legends get another USL League Two win and find themselves in playoff contention Minneapolis City continue USL2 struggles and up-and down NPSL run, while UPSL Futures squad is playing for the conference championship Minnesota Aurora bank two more wins, inch closer to USLW Heartland title Green Bay Glory stay within striking distance with 4-point week Duluth and Med City both notch 6-point weeks to set up major NPSL North clash this weekend Vlora FC and Mpls City advance to play for UPSL Midwest-West title on Sunday Minnesota Thunder atop WPSL with Sioux Falls and Salvo close behind Bateaux wins Eau Claire Derby, takes top spot in WPASL table -- Support - Get the most consistent, dedicated Minnesota soccer coverage at https://my.captivate.fm/SotaSoccer.com (SotaSoccer.com)! - Lend your support to Sota Soccer and get some great early access/bonus content in the process by becoming a Supporter or SuperSub at https://my.captivate.fm/patreon.com/sotasoccer (patreon.com/sotasoccer) Sponsors - Check out https://my.captivate.fm/StimulusAthletic.com (StimulusAthletic.com) for athleisure wear and to outfit your club with quality game gear and apparel at affordable prices from Stimulus Athletic! - Play pickup, reserve field time for yourself, or drink some amazing coffee at Ninth St. Soccer & Coffee! Just visit https://my.captivate.fm/NinthStreetMpls.com (NinthStreetMpls.com) or follow them @NinthStreetMpls - Looking to buy/sell a home in Minneapolis/St. Paul? Contact Nate Pentz and Pentz Homes at https://my.captivate.fm/PentzHomes.com (PentzHomes.com)!

Take It Personally
#57: Brand Building in the Media with Megan Raposa

Take It Personally

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 34:28


Megan Raposa is an award-winning journalist with a passion for local news. She started her own hyperlocal news outlet, Sioux Falls Simplified, in early 2021 with the goal of making it easy to feel smart about the forces that shape her city.  Megan has always been a writer, and she discovered the journalism path in college and fell in love with it. She started at the Argus Leader newspaper in Sioux Falls, SD and worked a variety of jobs during her time there. Eventually, she left to start her own business (during a pandemic, with a four month old), and it has been a journey to get to the point where she is at. This conversation with Megan brought up so much insight into her life and her business (and business in general). Here are some of the main things we talked about: What drew Megan to journalism Being a journalist in South Dakota All about Sioux Falls Simplified The need that Megan saw to fill Making news easy to digest and understand Juggling motherhood and entrepreneurship Managing deadlines while working for yourself Bias in reporting and being transparent Making and fixing mistakes in business Megan's favorite part about entrepreneurship   It was fun chatting with Megan to get a peek into her business and also to chat about entrepreneurship and business challenges. You can connect with Megan @sfsimplified on all social media platforms and at her website here.   When people ask me the one business tool I can't live without, it's Dubsado! If you are ready to up-level the back end of your business and make your life easier, you can use the code MADDIEPESCHONG to get 20% off your first month or year here. Full show notes here Some of the best conversations happen after the show in my private Facebook group, Take It Personally Podcast. Join in here!

The Atlas Obscura Podcast
The Divorce Colony

The Atlas Obscura Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 16:06 Very Popular


For a brief period the small frontier city of Sioux Falls, South Dakota drew in socialites and celebrities who were desperate to end their marriages.For more stories from the Divorce Colony, check out April White's book: The Divorce Colony: How Women Revolutionized Marriage and Found Freedom on the American Frontier.https://thedivorcecolony.com/