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    The Secret Sauce
    TSSxAPEC2 Fisherfolk คืนชีพทะเลและชีวิต ด้วยธุรกิจประมงยั่งยืน

    The Secret Sauce

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 13, 2022 42:00


    รับชมทาง YouTube ‘ทะเลไทย' พื้นที่ที่พวกเรามักนึกถึงเวลาไปพักผ่อนเพื่อหนีจากความวุ่นวาย ไปเดินริมหาดทรายเพื่อผ่อนคลายชีวิต หารู้ไม่ว่าภายใต้ความสวยงามที่พวกเราหลงใหลนั้น ได้ซ่อนไว้ด้วยความซับซ้อนและปัญหาไม่ต่างจากในเมือง ทะเลที่ถูกทำร้ายมาอย่างยาวนาน สัตว์น้ำวัยอ่อนที่ถิ่นฐานถูกทำลาย ชาวประมงที่ใกล้จะอดตายเพราะพิษร้ายในโลกธุรกิจและอุตสาหกรรม หากยังเป็นเช่นนี้ต่อไป พื้นที่ขนาดกว่า 3 ใน 4 ของโลกจะต้องกลายเป็นฝันร้ายของหลายล้านชีวิต ไม่ว่าจะเป็นชีวิตบนเรือหรือในเมืองมหานครก็ตาม The Secret Sauce x APEC 2022 Thailand โดยกระทรวงการต่างประเทศ สำรวจธุรกิจไทยที่สร้างโอกาสโดยใช้เทคโนโลยีขับเคลื่อนเศรษฐกิจ ครอบคลุมคนทุกกลุ่ม  พาไปรู้จักกับ เสาวลักษณ์ ประทุมทอง เอ็นจีโอ เจ้าหน้าที่สมาคมรักษ์ทะเลไทย และผู้ร่วมก่อตั้ง Fisherfolk ธุรกิจที่เริ่มต้นจากการค้นหาวิถีทางเพื่อฟื้นชีวิตให้ทะเลไทย พร้อมกับการใช้โมเดลธุรกิจมาแก้ไขปัญหาคุณภาพชีวิตของชาวประมง ด้วยปณิธานที่ต้องการให้ทุกชีวิตมีสิทธิที่จะอยู่บนโลกนี้ได้อย่างยั่งยืน

    ZeitZeichen
    Der Geburtstag der thailändischen Königin Sirikit (12.8.1932)

    ZeitZeichen

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022


    Sie war der anmutige Part eines königlichen Glamour-Paars. Dabei hatte Königin Sirikit von Thailand nach dem ersten Treffen mit ihrem späteren Mann Bhumibol gestanden: "Es war Hass auf den ersten Blick".

    Soundcheck
    Sirintip's Adventurous Insider/Outsider Pop Limns Dance and Jazz (Archives)

    Soundcheck

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 29:54


    The singer and songwriter known as Sirintip lives here in New York, but like many musicians who are here in New York, she came from somewhere else. She was raised in Thailand, and spent her teenage years in her mother's homeland of Sweden, before making her way to the city. Her debut LP called Tribus (due out Feb. 9) also seems to come from several places at once. There are jazz harmonies, Thai drums, electronics and singable pop all mixed together to often startling effect. Sirintip and her band play some of these songs live. Set list: In My Garden Nothing in the Room/Pretend Shut it Up

    Factal Forecast
    Gaza ceasefire holds, but tensions remain high after dozens killed in Israeli operation

    Factal Forecast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 13:35


    Editors Jimmy Lovaas and Agnese Boffano discuss Israel's recent military operation in the Gaza Strip, plus more on U.S. House lawmakers returning from recess, Pakistan's Tehreek-e-Insaf political party holding a rally in Lahore, Thailand and China holding joint air force exercises and leaders from Serbia and Kosovo meeting.Subscribe to the show: Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts and many more. These stories and others are also available in our free weekly Forecast newsletter.This episode was produced with work from Factal editors Joe Veyera, Irene Villora, Matthew Hipolito, Alex Moore and Agnese Boffano.  Music courtesy of Andrew Gospe. Have feedback, suggestions or events we've missed? Drop us a note: hello@factal.comWhat's Factal? Created by the founders of Breaking News, Factal alerts companies to global incidents that pose an immediate risk to their people or business operations. We provide trusted verification, precise incident mapping and a collaboration platform for corporate security, travel safety and emergency management teams. If you're a company interested in a trial, please email sales@factal.com. To learn more, visit Factal.com, browse the Factal blog or email us at hello@factal.com.Read the full episode description and transcript on Factal's blog.Copyright © 2022 Factal. All rights reserved.

    Dubious
    The Merchant of Death: Who is Viktor Bout?

    Dubious

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 47:18


    A translator and spy turned international arms dealer, Viktor Bout is to be part of a proposed prisoner swap between the US and Russia for the return of Americans Brittney Griner and Paul Whelan.Griner was found guilty on drug smuggling charges by a Russian court, and convicted to 9 years in a penal colony after 1 milligram of cannabis oil, prescribed by her American doctor, was found in her vaping pen in her luggage in Moscow. The charges are obviously a political play by Putin in response to Ukraine sanctions. If you like our content, please become a patron to get our extra premium episodes every month, as well as our public episodes ad-free. 1 Trevor Reed, a former marine who was also imprisoned in Russia after allegedly attacking a policeman, another Kremlin fabricated story, was recently released in a successful prisoner swap and he said that Brittney Griner will experience "serious threats" to her health if she is sent to a labor camp. Moscow asked for a second Russian to be added to the mix for this proposed swap, an FSB agent, Vadim Krasikov, a Russian spy / murderer, who was convicted in Germany for carrying out a killing on behalf of Russia, an act the judges called “state terrorism.” It is hard to separate fact from fiction in Bout's resume. He's believed to have been born in 1967 in then-Soviet Tajikistan. He studied as a linguist at  Moscow-based Soviet Military Institute for Foreign Languages, a training school for officers, diplomats, and in many cases, spies. He learned Portuguese and he then started his career with the Red Army as a translator in Angola. 2 When the Soviet Union broke up, arms were scattered across the 15 new nations created by the dissolution, especially Bulgaria. These countries had neither the money to pay an army nor the infrastructure to keep the weapons they'd inherited. Viktor saw an opportunity. He assembled a fleet of ex-Soviet cargo planes, massive Antonov and Ilyushin aircraft, and began shipping arms and other goods all over the world. He set up a freight charter in Sharjah, United Arab Emirates and soon became the inspiration for Lord of War, an exceptional movie featuring Eamonn Walker, Nicholas Cage, Jared Leto and Ethan Hawke. Bout kept company with African warlords and dictators such as Jean-Pierre Bemba, Masavenya and Jonas Savimbi. After 9/11, the US needed scapegoats and Bout fit the bill. By entrapment, he was captured in Bangkok, Thailand and extradited to the US where he was convicted of aiding terrorists. The judge's opinion coincides with ours: “Until DEA went after Bout, he had not committed a crime chargeable in an American court in all his years as an arms dealer. And but for the DEA approach made through this determined sting operation, there is no reason to believe that Bout would have ever committed the charges brought against him.” 3, 4 Merchant of Death DubiMiter – 9.5 1. Mike Eckel. Merchant Of Death. Lord Of War. The McDonald's Of Arms Trafficking: Who Is Viktor Bout?. Radio Free Europe. August 2022. ⇤2. The Notorious Mr. Bout. Market Road Films. January 2014. ⇤3. Benjamin Weiser and Colin Moynihan. Conduit to Arms Sting, a Star Witness Apologizes for His Crimes. New York Times. May 2012. ⇤4. United States of America v. Viktor Bout. International Crimes Database. February 2012. ⇤

    大麻煩不煩 In The Weeds
    79. 泰國日記(上)賺爛了!大麻成泰國財富密碼?

    大麻煩不煩 In The Weeds

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 30:49


    2022 年 6 月 9 日泰國大麻種植、交易除罪化之後,真的成為快樂天堂了嗎?Zoe 實地走訪曼谷後,發現他們正處於所謂的「法律真空期」。許多必要的法規尚未出爐,人民與商家只好在目前已知合法的範圍內,想辦法當個快樂的人類——或不快樂的盤子。在街上以為被搭訕結果是警察?曼谷東方文華的大麻按摩好貴?朝聖泰國大麻女神 Kitty 的 CBD 店,還與來自香港的 420 Thailand 線下大團圓。至於 Zoe 到底是人是盤,就有請你各位親自聽聽本集內容了。(或參考標題被劇透)

    Inside Sports with Al Eschbach
    Inside Sports with Al Eschbach Podcast - 2022-8-9 (Al's Return)

    Inside Sports with Al Eschbach

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 79:22


    Al is back from Thailand, and he is 122 days away from going back!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    WDR ZeitZeichen
    Sirikit, thailändische Königin (geboren am 12.08.1932)

    WDR ZeitZeichen

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 14:47


    Sie war der anmutige Part eines königlichen Glamour-Paars. Dabei hatte Königin Sirikit von Thailand nach dem ersten Treffen mit ihrem späteren Mann Bhumibol gestanden: "Es war Hass auf den ersten Blick". Doch das ändert sich, schnell werden die beiden in ihrer Heimat wie Gottheiten verehrt. Seit dem Tod ihres Mannes 2016 trägt Sirikit den Titel Königinmutter. Ihr Sohn, der neue König, ist wegen seines schrillen Lebenswandels deutlich weniger beliebt als seine Eltern. Autorin: Christiane Kopka Von Christiane Kopka.

    Podforsaken
    THE MEDIUM (2021)

    Podforsaken

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 74:57


    This week, join us as we discuss the differences between mockumentary and found footage as we take on 2021's THE MEDIUM, a chilling horror film from Thailand about a shaman who must do battle with the ancient demon possessing her niece. If you're a fan of possession films, you are going to love this unseen gem!

    Sex And Violence With Rebel Girl

    This week on  Sex & Violence with Rebel Girl, we talk to Australian Bareknuckle Boxer who has also been a professional model, Thai fighter, (lingerie fight league),LFL football(rugby)player and mixed martial artist. Before Tai Emery got into professional sports, she was the first female electrical contractor of Australia & the first female and youngest thermographer! The 35 year old flyweight currently lives and trains in Thailand and is about to make her Bareknuckle FC debut. We talk about: 

    My Family Thinks I'm Crazy
    Peter Jenx | Occult Thailand, Ghost Altars, Tattoo Sigils, Magic Muay Thai and The Naga Cave of Phu Langku

    My Family Thinks I'm Crazy

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 126:54 Very Popular


    Peter Jenx, Author and Occultist, Joins me to discuss his books The Thai Occult, and Supernatural Thailand, the latter of which was recently released and serves as an uncanny travel guide to the mystical and curious Thailand. Peter Jenx has lived in Thailand for many years now, he has written a complete compendium on Occult Thai practices titled The Thai Occult, we discussed many traditions that comprise the occult system of magic in Thailand, from Muay Thai Dances, to Tattoo Sigils, how to appease and work with ghosts, amulet creation, and the recently discovered Naga Caves of Phu Langku. https://www.thethaioccult.com/ The Thai Occult Book: https://www.thethaioccult.com/product-page/the-thai-occult-book-pdf-1Supernatural Thailand Book: https://www.thethaioccult.com/product-page/supernatural-thailand-book-pdfShare This Episode: https://share.transistor.fm/s/8c38443d Get the SEEEN Travel Guide!https://ko-fi.com/s/6f1e1173a0Help fund the show, I cannot do this without your support.CashApp: $MarkSteevesJrVenmo: @MysticMarkPaypal: @mysticmarkPatreon: https://www.patreon.com/MFTIC?fan_landing=trueRokfin: https://www.rokfin.com/myfamilythinksimcrazyKo-fi: https://ko-fi.com/myfamilythinksimcrazyBuy Me A Coffee: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/MFTICWithout you this Podcast would not exist, bless all who support.Join us on TelegramLeave me a message On Telegram!For Exclusive My Family Thinks I'm Crazy Content: Only 3$ get 50+ Bonus Episodes, Sign up on our Patreon For Exclusive Episodes. Check out the S.E.E.E.N.or on Rokfin@MFTICPodcast on Twitter@myfamilythinksimcrazy on Instagram, Follow, Subscribe, Rate, and Review we appreciate you!https://www.myfamilythinksimcrazy.comhttps://altmediaunited.com/my-family-thinks-im-crazy/Listen to Every AMU Podcast with this link. https://lnns.co/pI5xHeyFdfgGET A NEW PODCASTING APP! https://podcastindex.org/appsMUSICAL CREDITSMusic: Shakuhachi DreamBy CapellimusicMusic: Thai Rhyme with MusicBy Ma Ei MoeOutroMusic: ThailandBy Pk Jazz Collective and Alex FryMusic: BonfireBy DemureMusic: My Family Thinks I'm CrazyBy HoliznaReleased under a Creative Commons Attribution International 4.0 License Thanks To Free Music Archive and Soundstripe  ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★

    Outside Podcast
    How Viggo Mortensen Became a Cave-Diving Legend

    Outside Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 28:46 Very Popular


    To portray the hero of the Thai cave rescue in the new film Thirteen Lives, the Hollywood star had to go deep—literally. Mortensen plays the part of Rick Stanton, the legendary British cave diver who helped lead the rescue of 12 boys and their soccer coach from the far reaches of a flooded cavern in northern Thailand. The actor's preparation included months of conversations with Stanton and a harrowing cave-diving adventure of his own. In this episode, producer Paddy O'Connell talks with both men about what it takes to endure the mental and physical challenges of swimming through dark, tight spaces, where just one mistake can kill you. This episode was brought to you by Costa Sunglasses, designed to help you make the most of your time on the water. Find the frame for your pursuit at costasunglasses.com.

    New Books in Anthropology
    Minh-Ha T. Pham, "Why We Can't Have Nice Things: Social Media's Influence on Fashion, Ethics, and Property" (Duke UP, 2022)

    New Books in Anthropology

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 51:26


    In 2016, social media users in Thailand called out the Paris-based luxury fashion house Balenciaga for copying the popular Thai “rainbow bag,” using Balenciaga's hashtags to circulate memes revealing the source of the bags' design.  In Why We Can't Have Nice Things: Social Media's Influence on Fashion, Ethics, and Property (Duke UP, 2022), Minh-Ha T. Pham examines the way social media users monitor the fashion market for the appearance of knockoff fashion, design theft, and plagiarism. Tracing the history of fashion antipiracy efforts back to the 1930s, she foregrounds the work of policing that has been tacitly outsourced to social media. Despite the social media concern for ethical fashion and consumption and the good intentions behind design policing, Pham shows that it has ironically deepened forms of social and market inequality, as it relies on and reinforces racist and colonial norms and ideas about what constitutes copying and what counts as creativity. These struggles over ethical fashion and intellectual property, Pham demonstrates, constitute deeper struggles over the colonial legacies of cultural property in digital and global economies. Lakshita Malik is a doctoral student in the department of Anthropology at the University of Illinois at Chicago. Her work focuses on questions of intimacies, class, gender, and beauty in South Asia. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/anthropology

    New Books Network
    Minh-Ha T. Pham, "Why We Can't Have Nice Things: Social Media's Influence on Fashion, Ethics, and Property" (Duke UP, 2022)

    New Books Network

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 51:26


    In 2016, social media users in Thailand called out the Paris-based luxury fashion house Balenciaga for copying the popular Thai “rainbow bag,” using Balenciaga's hashtags to circulate memes revealing the source of the bags' design.  In Why We Can't Have Nice Things: Social Media's Influence on Fashion, Ethics, and Property (Duke UP, 2022), Minh-Ha T. Pham examines the way social media users monitor the fashion market for the appearance of knockoff fashion, design theft, and plagiarism. Tracing the history of fashion antipiracy efforts back to the 1930s, she foregrounds the work of policing that has been tacitly outsourced to social media. Despite the social media concern for ethical fashion and consumption and the good intentions behind design policing, Pham shows that it has ironically deepened forms of social and market inequality, as it relies on and reinforces racist and colonial norms and ideas about what constitutes copying and what counts as creativity. These struggles over ethical fashion and intellectual property, Pham demonstrates, constitute deeper struggles over the colonial legacies of cultural property in digital and global economies. Lakshita Malik is a doctoral student in the department of Anthropology at the University of Illinois at Chicago. Her work focuses on questions of intimacies, class, gender, and beauty in South Asia. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

    The Coconuts Podcast
    Cattle shit everywhere in Bali? + more top stories | WTF SEA + HK | August 11, 2022

    The Coconuts Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 36:30


    We here try not to take the words of someone who is basically Australia's Donald Trump seriously. But when far-right politician Pauline Hanson called for a border closure to Bali (which she referred to as a country, by the way) amid foot-and-mouth disease concerns because apparently there's cattle shit everywhere, this was too hard to ignore. Coconuts Bali Managing Editor Amahl Azwar came on this week's episode to debunk Hanson's claims, while telling us what the cattle poop situation really is like in Bali. Tune in! Other stories include: Police general Ferdy Sambo faces death penalty for ordering bodyguard's murder | Hong Kong to cut Covid-19 quarantine for arrivals to 3 days starting Aug 12 | Women, fight! Historic bouts KO ban at Thailand's oldest Muay Thai stadium (Photos) | Over his head? Senator Robin Padilla roasted over suggestion that cable cars can solve Metro Manila's traffic woes | Geylang Fury Road: Boiling woman nearly run over by frenzied fellow (Video) | Over one-third of Malaysian youths believe using two condoms is safer than one: survey WTF is up in Southeast Asia + Hong Kong delivers impactful, weird, and wonderful reporting by our journalists on the ground in eight cities: Singapore, Bangkok, Hong Kong, Manila, Jakarta, Kuala Lumpur, Yangon, and Bali. Listen to headline news on matters large and small, designed for people located in – or curious about – Southeast Asia and Hong Kong. WTF is up in Southeast Asia + Hong Kong is available on Apple, Spotify, Google, or wherever you listen to podcasts. Subscribe today!

    Stress Free SOULutions Podcast
    77. Utilizing Elements of Wellness to Heal | Jessica Van Antwerp

    Stress Free SOULutions Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 42:22


    Has life been way too busy lately? Imagine taking a break from your hectic life and escaping to a stunning beach, mountain, or forest where you could reconnect with nature and wake up each day feeling refreshed. If that sounds good to you then you'll love today's guest. Jessica is the owner and CEO of Integral Travel, a company that hosts wellness retreats in gorgeous places like Thailand and Hawaii. Her retreats aren't just “vacations” – they are transformational experiences that help you restore yourself physically, mentally, and spiritually. That means you'll not only enjoy the retreat but you'll also have a happier life back at home! This Invest In Yourself episode is good to listen to if you're tired, burned out, unmotivated, or if you're struggling with deeper issues such as trauma or addiction. You'll hear Jessica open up about her battle with addiction and mental health issues, and you'll get her advice on how to improve your own wellness. Here are this episode's highlights: (9:33) “So many things went wrong…” Jessica reveals what happened when she ran her first massage training trip in Thailand and it turned out to be a disaster (15:21) Hesitant to use your vacation days? Here's why taking a vacation is good for your personal life and work life (17:35) “The healing process is not a pretty one.” Jessica talks about her journey battling addiction and healing from trauma (21:31) If you don't feel motivated to meditate or exercise, Jessica gives easy tips to get you started (26:23)  Jessica goes over some of the elements of wellness and explains why stress physically harms your body (36:40) Do you have trouble sleeping? So did Jessica until she did one thing to have better sleep “So much of our lives are spent focused on other things and other people and external obligations. How much of the time do we actually turn that lens back in towards ourselves to evaluate what we like about our lives and what we don't like?” Jessica drops many gems of wisdom about how to focus on yourself more and truly heal. Listen to this episode and be well. FIND OUT MORE ABOUT JESSICA AND CONNECT WITH HER HERE: Website | Facebook | Instagram _____ Purchase your copy today of Sarah's Follow Your Gut Workbook at www.livewellenhanceyou.com/followyourgut Grab your FREE copy of Healthy Habits Worksheet HERE. If you are a corporation looking to add value to your employees' lives I have a program specifically for you! Enrich Your Workplace! It's tailored to meet your company's needs. Whether you are looking for masterclasses, workshops, small group coaching or executive coaching, head on over to https://www.livewellenhanceyou.com/workwithme and fill out a quick application Once you submit we'll get on a call and see if this is a good fit for your company!

    New Books in Sociology
    Minh-Ha T. Pham, "Why We Can't Have Nice Things: Social Media's Influence on Fashion, Ethics, and Property" (Duke UP, 2022)

    New Books in Sociology

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 51:26


    In 2016, social media users in Thailand called out the Paris-based luxury fashion house Balenciaga for copying the popular Thai “rainbow bag,” using Balenciaga's hashtags to circulate memes revealing the source of the bags' design.  In Why We Can't Have Nice Things: Social Media's Influence on Fashion, Ethics, and Property (Duke UP, 2022), Minh-Ha T. Pham examines the way social media users monitor the fashion market for the appearance of knockoff fashion, design theft, and plagiarism. Tracing the history of fashion antipiracy efforts back to the 1930s, she foregrounds the work of policing that has been tacitly outsourced to social media. Despite the social media concern for ethical fashion and consumption and the good intentions behind design policing, Pham shows that it has ironically deepened forms of social and market inequality, as it relies on and reinforces racist and colonial norms and ideas about what constitutes copying and what counts as creativity. These struggles over ethical fashion and intellectual property, Pham demonstrates, constitute deeper struggles over the colonial legacies of cultural property in digital and global economies. Lakshita Malik is a doctoral student in the department of Anthropology at the University of Illinois at Chicago. Her work focuses on questions of intimacies, class, gender, and beauty in South Asia. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/sociology

    The Archaeology Podcast Network Feed
    The Dirt Goes Site-Seeing - Dirt 202

    The Archaeology Podcast Network Feed

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 71:05


    This week, Anna and Amber debut a new (occasional) series: Site-Seeing! There are so many archaeological sites out there, and some of them tend to overshadow others. In order to learn about and showcase some lesser-known sites, your hosts will each present a brief exploration of a site previously unknown to either of them. This time, we feature Djenné, an ancient city in what is today Mali, and Ban Chiang, in what is today Thailand. Interested in sponsoring this show or podcast ads for your business? Zencastr makes it really easy! Click this message for more info. Links Djenne-Djenno (World History Encyclopedia) Old Towns of Djenné (UNESCO) Djenné, Mali (BlackPast) Djenné (Encyclopedia Britannica) A Tribute to Islam, Earthen but Transcendent (The New York Times) Initial Encounters: Seeking traces of ancient trade connections between West Africa and the wider world (Afriques) Great Mosque of Djenné (Khan Academy) Storage vessel from Northeastern Thailand (Asian Art Museum) The Ban Chiang Project - Background (Institute of Southeast Asian Archaeology) Carabel type pot (Institute of Southeast Asian Archaeology) Ban Chiang Pottery and Rice (Expedition) Ban Chiang National Museum The Ban Chiang Project - Metals Database (Institute of Southeast Asian Archaeology) South California Museum Raids (2008) (Trafficking Culture) Contact Email the Dirt Podcast: thedirtpodcast@gmail.com ArchPodNet APN Website: https://www.archpodnet.com APN on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/archpodnet APN on Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/archpodnet APN on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/archpodnet Tee Public Store Affiliates Wildnote TeePublic Timeular Motion

    The DJ Sessions
    DJ Ruby on the Virtual Sessions presented by The DJ Sessions 8/10/22

    The DJ Sessions

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022


    DJ Ruby on the Virtual Sessions presented by The DJ Sessions 8/10/22 About DJ Ruby - DJ Ruby is the most prolific underground dance music artist that loomed from the party island of Malta, amassing a huge fan base that follows him unconditionally, as well as an established name throughout the global dance music industry, mainly in the progressive scene. Renowned for delivering flawless journey sets and a positive party vibe wherever he performs, DJ Ruby is considered a true pioneer of his caliber, a hard-working and modest person that has always matured with the scene. He now boasts nearly 30 years of experience, which has obtained him countless achievements and acclaim which are impossible to mention all in a few lines. DJ Ruby is responsible for being a major force in starting and shaping Malta's elite dance music scene into what it is today. For many years, he hosted countless events under the Pure Promotions imprint, setting trends for various clubbing concepts on the island, and introducing multiple generations to electronic dance music. An active career that started in the early 90's, and still going strong to date, saw DJ Ruby being featured at Malta's most notable dance events, opening for many of the world's legendary names such as Faithless, The Prodigy, Sasha, John Digweed, Carl Cox, Paul Oakenfold, Hernan Cattaneo, Sven Vath, Nick Warren, Steve Lawler, and Dave Seaman, as well as holding residencies at a vast array of influential institutions in the country, including a billing at all Renaissance parties in Malta throughout the 2000's decade. Over the years, DJ Ruby's diary has formed to be more like an atlas, performing regularly in venues all over the world; India, Ibiza, Mexico, Russia, Germany, Egypt, Jordan, Netherlands, Thailand, Australia, Italy, Dubai, USA, UK & Hong Kong, just to name a very few. He was also included in the line-ups of notorious festivals such as Timewarp, Ozora, Transmission, Berlin's Love Parade, Creamfields Malta, and Tomorrowland Unite. As a music producer, DJ Ruby holds a vast discography of his own productions, remixes and 3 albums. Many of his tracks were supported by the planet's leading DJs, and also made it into the charts of multiple digital outlets such as Beatport and Traxsource. After a very long and successful time working in the local scene, in 2018 DJ Ruby went through a complete rebranding and preparation to break into the international scene. In just a few months he managed to make a name for himself, founding a firm place in the global progressive house stage, gaining worldwide recognition. His regular live video sets, streams, guest mixes, Progcast and the Prog On mix series for Proton are hugely followed online. All his sets tend to go viral instantly, making him a very influential body in the scene, receiving constant good feedback from clubbers, blogs, and artists. As a promoter, in recent years he managed to make the progressive house scene bloom again in Malta. This is mostly thanks to his yearly warehouse event project partnership with Guy J, the Secret Series concept, Open to Close shows, and the regular Ruby & Friends parties which already featured respected players such as Cid Inc, Stereo Underground, Jeremy Olander, Miss Monique, Subandrio, Golan Zocher & Emi Galvan.   With a very busy schedule consisting of running events, producing mixes, video sets, touring, and performing non-stop, finding time to do his own music was always very difficult. This changed during Covid-19 days. With no events happening, DJ Ruby spent these months on the studio's hot seat, producing his own tracks, doing collaborations, and taking on remix work. All the tracks produced during the pandemic are now currently being released back to back on various labels. A great milestone in 2021, was topping multiple Beatport charts with the album compilation ‘Constellations: Orion' for SLC-6 music. With an impressive biography that can be nearly infinite, DJ Ruby has earned a well-deserved reputation that can be only summarized into one word; legend!!   About The DJ Sessions - “The DJ Sessions” is a Twitch/Mixcloud "Featured Partner” live streaming/podcast series featuring electronic music DJ's/Producers via live mixes/interviews and streamed/distributed to a global audience. TheDJSessions.com The series constantly places in the “Top Ten” on Twitch Music and the “Top Five” in the “Electronic Music", “DJ", "Dance Music" categories. TDJS is rated in the Top 0.11% of live streaming shows on Twitch out of millions of live streamers. It has also been recognized by Apple twice as a "New and Noteworthy” podcast and featured three times in the Apple Music Store video podcast section. UStream and Livestream have also listed the series as a "Featured" stream on their platforms since its inception.  The series is also streamed live to multiple other platforms and hosted on several podcast sites. It has a combined live streaming/podcast audience is over 125,000 viewers per week. With over 2,300 episodes produced over the last 12 years "The DJ Sessions" has featured international artists such as: BT, Youngr, Sevenn, Boris, MJ Cole, Lady Waks, Arty/Alpha 9, Miri Ben-Ari, DJ Ruby, DJ Colette, Nima Gorji, Kaspar Tasane, Party Shirt, Plastik Funk, ENDO, John Tejada, Superstar DJ Keoki, Crystal Waters, Swedish Egil, Martin Eyerer, Dezarate, 22Bullets, Carlo Astuti, Mr Jammer, Kevin Krissen, Amir Sharara, Coke Beats, Danny Darko, Robert Babicz, KHAG3, Elohim, Hausman, Jaxx & Vega, Yves V, Ayokay, Leandro Da Silva, The Space Brothers, Jarod Glawe, Jens Lissat, Lotus, Beard-o-Bees, Luke the Knife, Alex Bau, Camo & Crooked, ANG, Amon Tobin, Voicians, Florian Kruse, Dave Summit, Bingo Players, Coke Beats, MiMOSA, Drasen, Yves LaRock, Ray Okpara, Lindsey Stirling, Mako, Distinct, Still Life, Saint Kidyaki, Brothers, Heiko Laux, Retroid, Piem, Tocadisco, Nakadia, Protoculture, Sebastian Bronk, Toronto is Broken, Teddy Cream, Mizeyesis, Simon Patterson, Morgan Page, Jes, Cut Chemist, The Him, Judge Jules, DubFX, Thievery Corporation, SNBRN, Bjorn Akesson, Alchimyst, Sander Van Dorn, Rudosa, Hollaphonic, DJs From Mars, GAWP, Somna, David Morales, Roxanne, JB & Scooba, Spektral, Kissy Sell Out, Massimo Vivona, Moullinex, Futuristic Polar Bears, ManyFew, Joe Stone, Reboot, Truncate, Scotty Boy, Doctor Nieman, Jody Wisternoff, Thousand Fingers, Benny Bennasi, Dance Loud, Christopher Lawrence, Oliver Twizt, Ricardo Torres, Patricia Baloge, Alex Harrington, 4 Strings, Sunshine Jones, Elite Force, Revolvr, Kenneth Thomas, Paul Oakenfold, George Acosta, Reid Speed, TyDi, Donald Glaude, Jimbo, Ricardo Torres, Hotel Garuda, Bryn Liedl, Rodg, Kems, Mr. Sam, Steve Aoki, Funtcase, Dirtyloud, Marco Bailey, Dirtmonkey, The Crystal Method, Beltek, Andy Caldwell, Darin Epsilon, Kyau & Albert, Kutski, Vaski, Moguai, Blackliquid, Sunny Lax, Matt Darey, and many more. In addition to featuring international artists TDJS focuses on local talent based on the US West Coast. Hundreds of local DJ's have been featured on the show along with top industry professionals. We have recently launched v3.1 our website that now features our current live streams/past episodes in a much more user-friendly mobile/social environment. In addition to the new site, there is a mobile app (Apple/Android) and VR Nightclubs (Oculus).   About The DJ Sessions Event Services - TDJSES is a WA State Non-profit charitable organization that's main purpose is to provide music, art, fashion, dance, and entertainment to local and regional communities via events and video production programming distributed via live and archival viewing. For all press inquiries regarding “The DJ Sessions”, or to schedule an interview with Darran Bruce, please contact us at info@thedjsessions.

    The Dirt Podcast
    The Dirt Goes Site-Seeing - Ep 202

    The Dirt Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 71:05


    This week, Anna and Amber debut a new (occasional) series: Site-Seeing! There are so many archaeological sites out there, and some of them tend to overshadow others. In order to learn about and showcase some lesser-known sites, your hosts will each present a brief exploration of a site previously unknown to either of them. This time, we feature Djenné, an ancient city in what is today Mali, and Ban Chiang, in what is today Thailand. Interested in sponsoring this show or podcast ads for your business? Zencastr makes it really easy! Click this message for more info. Links Djenne-Djenno (World History Encyclopedia) Old Towns of Djenné (UNESCO) Djenné, Mali (BlackPast) Djenné (Encyclopedia Britannica) A Tribute to Islam, Earthen but Transcendent (The New York Times) Initial Encounters: Seeking traces of ancient trade connections between West Africa and the wider world (Afriques) Great Mosque of Djenné (Khan Academy) Storage vessel from Northeastern Thailand (Asian Art Museum) The Ban Chiang Project - Background (Institute of Southeast Asian Archaeology) Carabel type pot (Institute of Southeast Asian Archaeology) Ban Chiang Pottery and Rice (Expedition) Ban Chiang National Museum The Ban Chiang Project - Metals Database (Institute of Southeast Asian Archaeology) South California Museum Raids (2008) (Trafficking Culture) Contact Email the Dirt Podcast: thedirtpodcast@gmail.com ArchPodNet APN Website: https://www.archpodnet.com APN on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/archpodnet APN on Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/archpodnet APN on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/archpodnet Tee Public Store Affiliates Wildnote TeePublic Timeular Motion

    The Joe Marler Show
    About Lifeguards

    The Joe Marler Show

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 57:01


    Want a story about Joe, a Danish couple and some stray dogs in Thailand? Well, this is the episode for you. It also includes Emma, a lifeguard, explaining why swimming caps are important, how ‘poonamis' are dealt with, and how close to reality Baywatch really is. To get official show socks, click here: https://www.stand4socks.com/products/joe-marler-show-sock To get ad-free and longer episodes on Apple, hit the 'grow the show' button or click: https://apple.co/3qP2B2i On Spotify you can subscribe for £1 a week by clicking this link: https://anchor.fm/joemarlershow To become an official sponsor, go to Patreon.com/joemarlershow  And if you want to buy a bobble hat (or other merch) go to joemarler.co.uk/shop Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

    Tea With Jainé
    Finding Your Voice as an Artist with Corbin Gurkin - Ep. 132

    Tea With Jainé

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 37:15


    Today I'm chatting with Corbin Gurkin about Finding Your Voice as an Artist. Corbin and I talk about why it's important to find your visual voice, what that journey might look like, and why it will help you stand out in a sea of photographers. Corbin shares her own journey and experiences with us to help inspire you to take the time to find your own voice as an artist. A little bit about Corbin before we get started is that she is a sought-after wedding photographer who has photographed weddings from California's wine country, the striking beaches of Thailand, beloved Provence, country estates in Ireland, and the hillside villages of Tuscany. Her work has been regularly featured in Martha Stewart Weddings, Harper's Bazaar, Vogue, and Town & Country, and she's captured PDN's Top Knots Wedding Photography grand prize award. Visit Website: http://www.corbingurkin.com/ Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/corbingurkin Education: https://corbingurkin.com/education Love the podcast? Please leave a 5 ⭐️ review on Apple Podcasts. Our Investment Guide Template for Wedding Photographers is available in our online shop. Need help submitting your wedding to publications? We offer 1:1 and Done for You Wedding Curations + Submission Services - click here to book your spot today! Get our Wedding Submissions E-Mail Templates to help make your next online or print submission easier! Stay Connected: Follow @teawithjaine & @jainekershner on Instagram We are looking for Sponsors just like you! Visit Our Website to Apply: www.teawithjaine.com

    The Bangkok Podcast | Conversations on Life in Thailand's Buzzing Capital

    As is tradition, Greg and Ed spend the first episode of the brand new season 6 (!) looking back, looking forward, and discussing podcasting as a whole.  When Greg and Tony first started speaking into their panty hose-covered mics (seriously) in 2010 they had no idea they'd be laying the groundwork for such a long-running show. From the days of hauling gear to a rented room to record face to face, to taking advantage of online recording and discovering new ways to streamline the workflow and work with new digital tools, it's been one big learning experience. The boys also discuss why they think season 6 will be a particularly interesting one, as Thailand comes face-to-face with some pretty big issues that can't be ignored, and the world (hopefully) starts to come back to spend money at bars, hotels, beaches and malls and help Thailand get back on its feet.  They also manage to complain about their lack of coverage by the New York Times and premier a new segment called Would You Rather. Here's to a brand new season! Don't forget that Patrons get the ad-free version of the show as well as swag and other perks. And we'll keep our Facebook, Twitter, and LINE accounts active so you can send us comments, questions, or whatever you want to share.

    Beauty Lab & Laser
    67. Good Reads From The Bad Mormon: Heather Gay catches us up on everything that's been going down.

    Beauty Lab & Laser

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 33:48


    Welcome Bach! It's Season 4 of Live Love Lab! Heather Gay and Dre are BACK. Heather is here to catch us up on everything that's been going down this summer, from New York, to Thailand, to The Lab, and she may even have a little story to read us from her upcoming book, "Bad Mormon!"

    Against The Odds
    Encore: Thai Cave Rescue | Chaos | 2

    Against The Odds

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 44:38


    The boys on the soccer team struggle to stay alive inside the cave. Expert divers from around the world arrive in Thailand to find a media circus and a slow-moving bureaucracy. All of them must work against harrowing conditions and disappearing oxygen levels to get to the boys before it's too late.Listen early and ad free with Wondery+. Join Wondery+ for exclusives, binges, early access, and ad free listening. Available in the Wondery App https://wondery.app.link/againsttheodds.Please support us by supporting our sponsors!INDEED - Start hiring now with a $75 job credit at indeed.com/THEODDSAudible - Visit Audible.com/TheOdds to try Audible free for 30 days!See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

    Sparking Faith Podcast
    10 Commandments – Mon – 22-08-08

    Sparking Faith Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 2:00


    A few years ago, my wife and I visited Thailand. We spent a morning touring part of Bangkok, including a Buddhist temple. We were gawking tourists. We snuck into the back of one shrine crammed with people, some admiring the statue of Buddha, others worshipping it. The experience called to mind the second commandment. Exodus 20:4-6 says, “You shall not make for yourself an idol in the form of anything in heaven above or on the earth beneath or in the waters below. You shall not bow down to them or worship them; for I, the LORD your God, am a jealous God, punishing the children for the sin of the fathers to the third and fourth generation of those who hate me, but showing love to a thousand[ generations] of those who love me and keep my commandments.” (NIV) Obviously, Buddha is not the god of the bible. God doesn't want his people worshipping images from other religions. But this command also forbids making an image of him. So, why is God so upset when people make an idol?  The answer is in Acts 17:29, “Therefore since we are God's offspring, we should not think that the divine being is like gold or silver or stone–an image made by man's design and skill.” God the creator is unlike anything in his creation. Be devoted to him, not to anything created. How to leave a review: https://www.sparkingfaith.com/rate-and-review/ Visit Elmer Fuller's author website at: https://www.elmerfuller.com/ Bumper music “Landing Place” performed by Mark July, used under license from Shutterstock.

    Far East Travels Podcast
    I've Got Covid + 3 Vietnam Cities In Travel + Leisure's Top 10 SEA Cities

    Far East Travels Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 21:18


    This past summer was not the experience I was hoping for. What was to be outings and short visits around the country has turned into weeks of nursing colds, sinus infections, and now Covid. Fortunately I've been lucky to have only experienced cold symptoms with C19. But my isolation has taken me back to the feelings experienced a year ago when we were all under some form of lockdown here in Vietnam. My apologies for the lack of output of new content and episodes but I am hopeful going forward I will have many more stories to tell whether here or on my YouTube Channel but I do appreciate your patience. Good news this past month for Da Nang making in on Travel + Leisure's top 10 cities to visit in Southeast Asia. Vietnam's two biggest cities, Ho Chi Minh and Ha Noi both made it on the list as well. In this episode I'll also go back to the Batu Caves in Selangor, Malaysia from a 2019 visit. Thanks as always for your support!If you'd like to support the channel there are two ways:Patreon-monthly pledges/support-https://www.patreon.com/FarEastTravelsDonations: https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/JohnASaboe

    BonPodcast
    เป็นเรื่องเป็นราว (14) – ปราสาทราชวังของอีลอน มัสค์

    BonPodcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 58:37


    มหาเศรษฐีที่ไม่ต้องเท้าความว่าใครคนนี้ มีลูกมาแล้ว 10 คนและคนล่าสุดคือผู้บริหารบริษัทของเขาเอง รับชมบน YouTube:  https://youtu.be/UU_ttxsHUds สนับสนุนโดย Prisa Market https://www.instagram.com/prisamarket/ (2) The post เป็นเรื่องเป็นราว (14) – ปราสาทราชวังของอีลอน มัสค์ appeared first on BonJakobsen.com.

    TOTAL MASSACRE
    Supercop

    TOTAL MASSACRE

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 84:29


    Rowan is rejoined by Brian Smawley aka Chef Lu Bu for Jackie Chan ad Michelle Yeoh's near-death stunt experiences in 1992's SUPERCOP! What is going on with Maggie Cheung's character? Why are they in Thailand to blow up an outpost? How influential was this movie on action around the world? And holy shit is that an actual helicopter blade while they're fighting????!?

    The Thoughtful Entrepreneur
    1280 – Innovation Fueling Success with iResearch's Darshan Mehta

    The Thoughtful Entrepreneur

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 20:05


    In this episode of the Thoughtful Entrepreneur, your host Josh Elledge speaks with the Founder of https://www.iresearch.com/ (iResearch) and Author of Getting to Aha!: Why Today's Insights Are Tomorrow's Facts, Darshan Mehta. Darshan explains that quantitative and qualitative data and surveys allow for better results. This is because you are gathering data rather than blindly trying to find the right decision. Surveys are a typical way for research data to be collected. Darshan explains that many people enjoy giving feedback to be a part of making a change in something.  Darshan explains how conversations allow for better opportunities and insights that could differentiate a business from others in its field. An important aspect is that people are buying an experience rather than just the product nowadays. Darshan explains that critical feedback is a good thing as it can help you improve your business. Focus groups and conversations are good starting points before making surveys to help make them more detailed. Darshan explains that you can get in contact through the form on his website or by emailing him directly.  .  Key Notes: Darshan's methods to providing market research services Why these methods of market research give an individual the advantage over others Why surveys are not problematic for data collection How entrepreneurs can ask better questions for feedback The premise of Darshan's book How conversations lead to competitive advantages Why critical comments are good things   About Darshan Mehta Darshan Mehta is the founder and CEO ofhttp://www.iresearch.com/ ( iResearch) – an online insights platform that enables companies to quickly, easily and affordably extract insights from consumers or employees worldwide, and ConnectQik.com – an app for instant connections and engaging interactions. He has more than twenty-five years of branding, marketing, insight strategy, and technology experience. In 1998, he pioneered a variety of digital methodologies, including online focus groups and surveys. His experience in branding, insights, and management consulting for numerous domestic and international clients guides Mr. Mehta's strategic capabilities. Mr. Mehta has been published in trade publications such as the Journal of Advertising Research, Quirks and Survey magazine and has traveled to more than 60 countries. Forbes Magazine recently featured Mr. Mehta has one of 9 CMOs to watch. In addition to his roles at iResearch and ConnectQik, Mr. Mehta has taught at The George Washington University in Washington D.C., at the University of Gothenburg in Sweden, at Thammasat University in Thailand, at Sciences Po in France and the Franklin University in Switzerland. Mr. Mehta has also authored a book called ‘Getting to Aha! – Why Today's Insights are Tomorrow's Facts', which explores the nature of insights: what they are, how to uncover them, and how to use them to drive innovation and audience engagement.   Want to learn more? Check out the iResearch website at https://www.iresearch.com/ (https://www.iresearch.com/). Check out iResearch on LinkedIn at https://www.linkedin.com/company/iresearch-com/ (https://www.linkedin.com/company/iresearch-com/). Check out Darshan Mehta on LinkedIn at https://www.linkedin.com/in/darshan--mehta/ (https://www.linkedin.com/in/darshan--mehta/). Check out Darshan Mehta's book Getting to Aha!: Why Today's Insights Are Tomorrow's Facts at https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B09HYP6CZ1/ref=dbs_a_def_rwt_bibl_vppi_i0 (https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B09HYP6CZ1/ref=dbs_a_def_rwt_bibl_vppi_i0)   Don't forget to subscribe to The Thoughtful Entrepreneur and thank you for listening. Tune in next time! More from UpMyInfluence: ️  We are actively booking guests for our The Thoughtful Entrepreneur.https://upmyinfluence.com/guest ( Schedule HERE). Are you a 6-figure consultant? I've got high-level intros for...

    How to Scale Commercial Real Estate
    How To Attract Capital Like A Boss With Podcasting

    How to Scale Commercial Real Estate

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 24:51


    Welcome back! Our guest today is Matthew Baltzell. Mathew formerly hosted Real Estate Journeys with over 114 episodes, a Top 400 Business Podcast, and is a real estate investor with a portfolio of 743 units. Matthew, currently works as an Asset Manager at Boardwalk Wealth, a private equity company based in Dallas, Texas which specializes in acquiring large multi-family apartments.   Fun Fact: Matthew is a coffee sommelier and loves a good Americano.   [00:00 - 06:34] Opening Segment Matthew Baltzell is the CEO and founder of Elite Podcast Bookings, which helps real estate investors attract more capital and deal flow through podcasting. He started originally with Single Family Homes He left the United States and moved to GermanyHe got married in Thailand and had a kidMatthew got involved in Commercial Real Estate and is not currently here in the US.  He started investing through the Bigger Pockets meet-up Group from there he was able to involve himself in a private equity firm through asset management and started a podcast. From there he founded Elite Podcasts Booking.   [06:34 - 12:59] Now is the Time to Start Podcasting Matthew shares how he started his podcast He considers Podcasting as one of the fastest ways to build your network and learn new things. He was able to connect with other people in the real estate industry  The average podcast doesn't make it past 13 episodes And the people who have succeeded on this platform have the most consistency over time. Analog vs digital: The old school way is analog, While the digital way is where you can go on one podcast and have 365 episodes per year with a possibility of 300,000 downloads or listens per year  There are people who find podcasting is not for them, but there are people who are consistently out there podcasting and they realize the value of being on a podcast. Through podcasting, Matthew's company was able to help other real estate investors leverage their platform.     [12:59 - 19:10] How to make your first impression on a podcast as a successful guest One of the biggest mistakes real estate investors make is not podcasting and not engaging with their audience Matthew shares tips on creating a good Call To Action and how to handle materials for effective content.  Podcasting is a great way to connect with your audience and build relationships The best guests are those who have good audio and visuals, and who are direct with their listeners       [19:11 - 24:50] Closing Segment Reach out to Matthew Links Below Final Words         Tweetable Quotes   “The time to start working out is two years before you have a heart attack. Not when you have a heart attack, The time to tell somebody you loved them is today, not when they're dead.”  - Matthew Baltzell   “The people that consistently are out there podcasting. They know, and they realize the value of being on podcasts.” - Matthew Baltzell ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- Connect with Matthew  visit their website www.elitepodcastsbookings.com Enter the promo code “SAM” and get a 25% discount for the first month of their service.     Connect with me:   I love helping others place money outside of traditional investments that both diversify a strategy and provide solid predictable returns.      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: [00:00:40] Sam Wilson:Matthew bald sell is the CEO and founder of elite podcast bookings, which helps real estate investors attract more capital and deal flow through podcasting. Matthew, welcome to the show, Sam. Pleasure to be here, man. The pleasure's mine, there are three questions. [00:00:53] Sam Wilson: I ask every guest who comes in the show in 90 seconds or less. You tell me, where did you start? Where are you now? And how did you get there?  [00:00:58] Matthew Baltzell: Yeah. So where did I start? I originally started in single family homes fast forward, about 10 years after that 2000 or eight years after that 2016, I left the United States failed, attempt to move to Germany. [00:01:10] Matthew Baltzell: Wound up in Thailand, got married, fell in love, had a kid got involved in commercial real estate. And now I'm currently here. What was the other part of the question? Start? How did I get there? Yeah, so I I started investing. All right. Basically I started a bigger pockets meetup group. And from there I was able to connect, getting involved in a private equity firm. [00:01:32] Matthew Baltzell: Asset management started a podcast. One thing led to another, and now I created a elite podcast booking to help real estate investors attract more capital deal flow, et cetera.  [00:01:41] Sam Wilson: That is, I love the journey. Like there's a lot of moving pieces there. And I like the fact that you said, Hey, there was a failed attempt at what was it failed attempt at moving to Germany. [00:01:50] Matthew Baltzell: Yeah. Failed attempt for sure.  [00:01:52] Sam Wilson: What do you think your secret is? I mean, that's a lot of like, go left turn, right? Uhoh this didn't work, but that did, but how did you keep on, like what was it that kept you moving forward?  [00:02:01] Matthew Baltzell: You hear people talk about like, I don't know, they're north star, you're basically your gut. [00:02:05] Matthew Baltzell: Right? Right. So if your gut says, like, you know something about this property, I really like, right. You can't put your finger on it, but you know, like you can make this work, right. You can always make something work. And for me, like, I kind of just let my gut dictate. Right. So I knew that I wanted to live in abroad and I wanted to go, I thought I wanted to live in Germany. [00:02:26] Matthew Baltzell: And then, just scratching that itch is like, if I'm not, if I don't scratch that itch, I don't know what's gonna become of it. Right. And like I said earlier, I got involved in private equity while I'm abroad. So, you would think if you live in Denver, Colorado, and you wanted to get a job in private equity, maybe you would go to like a bigger pockets meetup, or you'd go to your local meetup, et cetera. [00:02:46] Matthew Baltzell: And you'd kind of get your foot in that way. It doesn't necessarily make sense to move halfway around the world to Thailand, to back channel your way into commercial real estate. And so, doing that, pushing myself. Kind of leading myself to, always doing what I kind of wanted to do if I'm interested in something that I go after it, and I don't necessarily know what stems from it. [00:03:04] Matthew Baltzell: And I think a lot of people fear that of the unknown. Right. So when you fear something of the unknown, you just could become reserved. It's like, Hey, Sam, I wanna buy you a cup of coffee and I want you to walk me through this deal the whole time. So I feel safe and maybe we can make a little bit money, but I'm kind of too scared to do it on my own. [00:03:22] Matthew Baltzell: Right? Right. People are afraid to venture out from their comfort zone, but when you step farther out on the curve, that's where you make the biggest leaps and find the most success within, your personal self your finances, relationships, et C.  [00:03:35] Sam Wilson: Talk to me about the jump from commercial real estate. [00:03:37] Sam Wilson: So you're involved in a PE firm, which I think is hysterical. Like you said, who moves halfway around the world to go get into a PE firm. That's probably buying real estate here in the United States. I'm guessing. Yes.  [00:03:47] Matthew Baltzell: Yeah. So I. I created. So I was trying to reverse engineering. This was back in 2000 in 18 ish, like the beginning of 2018, everybody was talking about multi-family. [00:03:56] Matthew Baltzell: I was thinking of my next move. And I was like, okay, I wanna get involved in multi-family. How do I start? So I was trying to think outside the box and I started a meetup, through bigger pockets, right? So it was like six to eight members. And one of the pers one person that. Everybody else was back in the United States, by the way. [00:04:12] Matthew Baltzell: And one person that didn't join was like, Hey, I want to I'm following your progress. I wanna introduce you to somebody, which was the main principle of the private equity firm. That was just starting off. I started doing some underwriting. I started doing basically some advertisements, et cetera, basically leading with value. [00:04:29] Matthew Baltzell: Wasn't asking for anything in return. One thing LEDs to another, it was like, Hey, why don't we put you on the website? Hey da, da, da. And I'm like, so I'm working here. Okay. Like, alright. And so I got my foot in that way, started helping out with asset management and, it's just like, there's no difference if you're in Denver, Colorado, or Texas. [00:04:46] Matthew Baltzell: If you can show up to the meetings on time, look at the, financials, show up to the meetings, make sure projects are on time. I mean, that's all really, it is. So there's really no difference. So you're living in California. Investing in New York or you're living in Thailand and you're still acquiring properties in Atlanta, Georgia, and Florida, et cetera. [00:05:03] Sam Wilson: Right, right. That's cool. I love that. When did you figure out that you were onto something with podcasting?  [00:05:08] Matthew Baltzell: Yeah. So my original podcast that I had was it's called real estate journeys. It had about 114 episodes. And what I saw from podcasting then is one, it was a great networking tool. From my, just from my own show, I met some really cool people within the real estate industry that I still talk to this day over social media. [00:05:29] Matthew Baltzell: and it was just a great way to network. And then I saw people trying to pitch to get on my show, trying to get people onto other, or myself going onto other shows. And I kind of just saw this like, process of basically being kind of fragmented, right. People are trying to attract more deals or trying to do more podcasting, et cetera. [00:05:46] Matthew Baltzell: I mean, you look, or you look at Joe FRAs, right. He had the longest running single day podcast and then Whitney, so is like, okay, like I'm gonna do the exact same thing and now he's blowing up. And then everybody starts trying to. duplicate that process. But what you see is, yeah, there you go. You're point to yourself. [00:06:02] Matthew Baltzell: People can't see that, but what you see is the people that have the most consistency over time they have the most success right. And then you always have muddied waters in the beginning, whether it's the first couple episodes, the average podcast, doesn't make it past 13 episodes. [00:06:15] Matthew Baltzell: Wow. So if you continue to basically network like you're doing right now, you have a platform and over time, when you go to put out a deal, You've already developed your network and you can raise 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 million now for a deal, as opposed to like, oh, now I have a deal. Now I'm gonna go on podcast. Now I'm gonna post on link, LinkedIn, you should be doing all these things before they even start. [00:06:40] Matthew Baltzell: The time to start working out is two years before you have a heart attack. Not when you have a heart attack, the time to tell somebody you loved them is today, not when they're dead. You know what I'm saying? Right.  [00:06:50] Sam Wilson: Absolutely. Absolutely. No, I love that. And I think that's one of the things that people who don't podcast, probably don't see as a benefit is just the networking side of it. [00:06:58] Sam Wilson: I mean, it's been for me the single fastest way I've grown, my network is by podcasting. This is, again I'm copy and paste. There's no or, success leaves clues. So. I'm following Whitney, I'm following Joe and running a daily show. And it's like, okay, that's 365 new guests a year. [00:07:14] Sam Wilson: It's like, okay, this is really cool. Like I am learning and building. And again, like you said, I think that's something that people overlook. When, if they're if they're looking to start a podcast or looking to get into it, That's gonna be your primary benefit outta the gate is building your network and not necessarily, going out and while you do raise more money, I think that's the primary benefit you get is just building your network. [00:07:32] Sam Wilson: And that should be it.  [00:07:33] Matthew Baltzell: Yeah, for sure. And I think people make the mistake of like, Let's say you have a daily podcast or you do have a daily podcast or I, Joe fearless has a daily podcast and people think like, oh, who am I? Who am I to raise capital? Or who am I to have a podcast? Nobody's gonna wanna listen to me. [00:07:48] Matthew Baltzell: Right. Right. But you are an individual, right? Yes. It might be a copycat. A copy and paste method. Like everybody's having a podcast, but I wanna hear what you have to say about the market. I want to hear what you have to say about networking. I wanna hear what you have to say. So there's thousands of capital razors. [00:08:05] Matthew Baltzell: You can go with whoever you want. Right? Who do you like know and trust and people that have consistency, especially with the digital footprint. You're more likely to like no one trust them as opposed to somebody that's just starting their podcasts, something that's just starting to blog someone. That's just starting the newsletter, et cetera, et C. [00:08:20] Sam Wilson: Absolutely. Absolutely. So you launched a podcast company, you saw holes in the industry, you saw it was fragmented and you said, you know what? I think I can help real estate investors solve problem X, what is the problem you are solving?  [00:08:33] Matthew Baltzell: Yeah, so like I was, we're touching on briefly, right? So there's analog and then there's digital. [00:08:38] Matthew Baltzell: So the analog is basically the old school way. Right? Real estate is like traditionally like a good old boys club is the slow moving part, shake cans, kiss babies, go to conferences. How can you do that? Right. You can maybe go to Dallas. You could go to so many, there was C, right. But now as everything was digital, You go on one podcast, you have 365. [00:08:59] Matthew Baltzell: What? 365 episodes. Maybe you don't have 'em on the weekends. Let's say you have 300 episodes per year. Right? Right. And let's say your average downloads is a thousand. We'll just make that up. You have 300,000 listens downloads of people listening to you, right. That's astronomical. Right? So if somebody is going on two podcast, episodes of wi a. [00:09:21] Matthew Baltzell: Right. And we'll just say that the average podcast has a thousand downloads are going on two podcasts, 2000 downloads a month, 24,000 downloads a year you've already got your message across the 24,000 people. And American express says it takes seven different touchpoints for people to take action. [00:09:39] Matthew Baltzell: So as much as I like you, this is the first time you and I are talking, right. You can present me with a deal with a two X equity, multiple under red it within five years. Six to eight per et cetera, et cetera. And I can be like, like that seems pretty reasonable for the market, but why am I gonna invest with you as opposed to Joe FARs? [00:09:56] Matthew Baltzell: Right. I've never spoken with Joe far, but I've spoken to you. Maybe. I like you, maybe I don't, but maybe after I hear you, the third, fourth, fifth, sixth, seventh time. That's when you see results, that's when the lagging indicator comes. That's when you go to the gym, that's when you don't have the heart attack. [00:10:10] Matthew Baltzell: Right. But the people that just come in, right. And they try and do one rep and they tear their muscles and it's like, okay this podcasted thing. It wasn't for me. But the people that state, but the people that consistently are out there podcasting. They know, and they realize the value of being on podcasts. [00:10:27] Matthew Baltzell: And that's where we come in. One I've been on, I've been on a bunch of podcasts. I've leveraged my network. I had 114 podcast episodes. And so we helped real estate investors leverage our, my, our platform to help get on other industry, leading platforms, such as your podcast. And then it is just very synergistic. [00:10:45] Matthew Baltzell: Hopefully they raise more money, raise more capital, attract, more deal flow, et cetera. and That's where we come in  [00:10:51] Sam Wilson: that, yeah, that's really cool. I like that. And I think certainly I don't, at this point, don't handle my own bookings anymore. It's something where I've got a team member that takes care of getting everybody lined up and booked. [00:11:01] Sam Wilson: So, but I'm pretty sure you guys have sent some people our way, which I've certainly. Yeah, for sure. Always. Absolutely. Thank you again for that. absolutely, man. I know it's a great, it's a win-win and people. I think people overlook that. Like I know when the first podcast I went on two or three years ago as a guest. [00:11:16] Sam Wilson: It went back to that, probably the self doubt questions. Like why do I, why does anybody wanna have me on a podcast? Like, I'm just a guy doing deals. So is everybody else like, there's a lot of those things that, that I think people don't expect that they would make a great guest and, or yeah, for sure. [00:11:29] Sam Wilson: And, or they're so busy that they would make a phenomenal guest, but don't have time to go out and actually figure out how to go get on the shows cuz it's just like I got other things going on and figuring out which shows to get on is a a piece of work. Tell me about this. What do you say makes a great guest when someone comes on a podcast, do you guys do any sort of coaching or any sort of like, Hey, when you get on here's some things that be, preparing here's how to Accu adequately prepare for a show. [00:11:51] Matthew Baltzell: Yeah. So one of the, one of the biggest mistakes, I'll just start off with one of the biggest mistakes is when people go on a show, right. And they get to the end of the show and they say, Sam might say, Hey, Matthew, thanks dragon on what's the best place to find best place to find you, et cetera, et cetera. [00:12:06] Matthew Baltzell: Right? Most people say, oh, Sam, thanks for having me. I'm available on LinkedIn. I'm also available at Matthew xyz.com and I also have a free ebook. And here's my phone number and reach out to me and I love to talk real estate. It's like, okay, the person that listens to a podcast, it's a very intimate experience. [00:12:25] Matthew Baltzell: They listen to the whole thing all the way you typically through. It's not like a song, you just jump in the middle. Right, right. And so it's like, you got to the end, you almost want the reward. And it's like, okay, what's going to incentivize me to stop listening to this podcast. And what'd he say, he used to go to Instagram, LinkedIn. [00:12:42] Matthew Baltzell: Here's his email and he likes to talk real estate. Okay. So we encourage people to practice a clear and concise call to action, right. Something that has some scarcity. So you could say, Hey, for the first two people to go to my website or first two first two real estate investors to go to my website and click on the pro click. [00:12:59] Matthew Baltzell: And we're register a call with me and into the promo code. Sam will receive. 25% off my coaching program or something like that. Right. Right now, when they enter the promo code, Sam, where they came from. So if you 1500 people, et cetera, et cetera, entered it, then all of a sudden you're like, wow, I was on Sam's podcast. [00:13:17] Matthew Baltzell: And now we got a hundred leads from Sam's podcast. Now, you know where they're coming from. And the people that are listening to that are like, oh, there's only. They're only giving away this promotion to two people. I better get home as fast as possible because this episode just released at five o'clock from work and I'm driving home and I'm gonna go over this website and I'm gonna enter my information. [00:13:36] Matthew Baltzell: But if you just say, Hey, I'll talk to you when I talk to you, maybe I'll see you next year at the bigger pockets. A conference it's like, right. Okay. Whatever. So yeah, I would say that's one of the biggest mistakes that typically not only real estate investors make going on podcasts, but a lot of people that make going on podcasts. [00:13:53] Matthew Baltzell: And then the second thing I would say is like, know what you want to talk about. Right. And so whether whatever that topic is, feel somewhat comfortable with it and practice it over. Right. And when you are going on your first couple podcasts, you, no, you're not gonna be great. You're gonna muddle through it. [00:14:10] Matthew Baltzell: You hosted your podcast, you have a bunch of episodes. I'm sure it's painful to listen to the first 20 podcast episodes, as opposed to where you are now. Right? You're more, you're better at conversation. You were talking, we were talking earlier, like I was talking to an investor, BA Bing, BA boom. [00:14:24] Matthew Baltzell: You picked up the mic and here we are talking right. A year ago. You probably would've prepped like an hour for an interview. Like, oh my God, like, what is this person? It's insane. Right. Right. So. I mean, people should practice. Right. And realize that it's not gonna come necessarily, oh, some people are better at it than others, but you know, with more practice you become a better podcast guest and myself included. [00:14:45] Matthew Baltzell: Right. I just started recently going on the podcast in circuit talking about this business, I've been on other podcasts talking about, earlier, like. A year and a half ago talking about, real estate investment side, but it just takes time. And, people shouldn't beat themselves up, cuz everybody has an interesting story and people want to hear about your story, not just regurgitated information about. [00:15:05] Matthew Baltzell: Blah, blah, blah, blah,  [00:15:05] Sam Wilson: blah. right. I love that. Yeah. The idea of getting your reps in is you just have to do it, get your reps in, make your mistakes. If you're listening to this and go, gosh, we've never been on a show. Come on this one, if you're an experienced and, or on your way to an experienced commercial real estate investor, come on this show. [00:15:20] Sam Wilson: It's one of those things where it's less intimidating probably than what people think. But yeah, you're absolutely right. I look back on my first 20, 30, 50 episodes and I'm like Oh, like, are those still out there on the internet? They are CRI, but it's the way it is, man. It's just the way.  [00:15:33] Matthew Baltzell: Yeah. [00:15:34] Matthew Baltzell: But it, but that's the beauty of it, too. Cuz if you think about it, right, I mean, How easy is it to look at anything online, kind of, and semi duplicate it, right? You can you can Photoshop a photo. You can copy and paste a resume. But to say that you have, let's say 200 podcast episodes. [00:15:52] Matthew Baltzell: Like people concede the progression, they look, they can just jump to of 50, hear your intro and was like, ding, ding, ding, ding. And you're like, oh, Church bells, like what's going on. and then now you have a clear, concise mic. You have better audio, you have better visual. You're more natural. You're a better speaker. [00:16:10] Matthew Baltzell: And these things people wanna see progression, right? People wanna be on the upward spiral of the tornado. They don't wanna be on a plane that's going crashing and burning. Right? Like how often do you see in the headlines when something bad happens? Everybody just piles on, but when somebody's going up and up, they're like, oh yeah, like I was on Sam's podcast, like episode 55, like now there's 300. [00:16:29] Matthew Baltzell: Yeah. He's doing great. Oh man. They wanna be a part of greatness,  [00:16:32] Sam Wilson: Absolutely. Absolutely. No, man, I think that's absolutely great. Tell me what else. So you guys help people kind of, figure out how they wanna present themselves via podcast. You guys help people get book. [00:16:42] Sam Wilson: On other shows, what are some other things that you see people doing, maybe that they're doing the right doing correctly, you say, Hey man here's some things I see some of the best podcast guests doing, what are those  [00:16:52] Matthew Baltzell: things? Yeah. So I would say the people that are do that are the best podcast, guests are like modern day that have good audio and have good visuals. [00:17:03] Matthew Baltzell: And you'd be surprised like. Like you have a good microphone. I can see that I have a quality microphone. It definitely helps. Right, right. You don't want to hear like the echo chamber of like, somebody's down the hall in the closet. You sound very like, oh, this man's very soothing. He's in my ear. Then you ask me a course, like, oh, how are you doing? [00:17:20] Matthew Baltzell: Oh, good. Right. And so people that are. Having good audio, having good video audio. Yeah. Good audio and good video. Like that's something that's very very good to have. Especially now, like in today's modern world, your first representation of possibly seeing me or possibly seeing you is gonna be like, oh cool. [00:17:39] Matthew Baltzell: He has some books over there in the corner. Like maybe I, maybe we were late. I can't necessarily see those, but he has about 10 in the left hand corner. You have your logo in the upper left hand corner. You have. Your brand on your shirt, like, okay, this guy looks serious, but if you had a greeny camera and bad audio, it's like, I'm out. [00:17:58] Matthew Baltzell: I don't necessarily, he could be a good guy. I don't know. Maybe do I wanna invest? I don't know. He can't even buy a good microphone. We'll make some things. He can handle a hundred thousand dollars of my money.  [00:18:06] Sam Wilson: Ouch. There it is. There it is. I like that. I like the directness here. You're absolutely correct. [00:18:11] Sam Wilson: You're absolutely correct. And that's something that, that I've had to and again, we're just talking here, but I've had to ask a couple of guests. Hey, let's reschedule. Let's reschedule when you can get your camera or your mic or something, set up correctly because I've recorded episodes before in the past where I've allowed people to use sub quality or mics or cameras and things like that. [00:18:30] Sam Wilson: And then I get done with it. I'm like, gosh, that was a 30 minute waste of my time. Cuz. it just wasn't as good as it could be. And it's not even, I mean, gosh, you can get a decent setup for under a few hundred bucks, if you're yeah, just a, an amateur podcast guest, I mean a decent setup, a few hundred dollars. [00:18:45] Sam Wilson: I mean, mine, of course, I've got a lot more money than maybe but I do this daily, so that's a different. But it's your business  [00:18:51] Matthew Baltzell: for sure. Yeah, absolutely. Absolutely. That's the thing you should, you, you should be, didn't like your business, right? Right. I mean, think about it. If you were in the conference and you went up to somebody and they shook your hand and they had like, not a firm handshake and it was kind of limp and they. [00:19:01] Matthew Baltzell: Shook your watch and you're initially you're automatically thinking like, well, that was kinda weird. Does it mean you're not gonna like that person? Does it mean you're not gonna have a good relationship? No, but you're already starting off on the back foot. Right. And if somebody's coming to you and you're having a thousand downloads per episode, and you're having 300 episodes a year, you. [00:19:16] Matthew Baltzell: You wanna put the best foot forward and have a good representation or you're trying to raise capital, et cetera. Do you want have a grainy website? Do you want to have a broken down non-professional copy written newsletter? No. These are things that you don't want to have. You wanna have these buttoned up be this guy's a, an experienced sponsor who can handle capital and he can raise the deals and track deal flow, et cetera. [00:19:36] Sam Wilson: Right man. That's cool. That's absolutely cool. What do you like, like talk, talk me through the process when somebody comes on board with you, can you kind of break that down? Just so our guess that idea of what it is exactly that you guys do and how the process works. Yeah.  [00:19:49] Matthew Baltzell: So somebody would typically we'd schedule a sales call and, or not sales call, but we just basically have a conversation, right. [00:19:54] Matthew Baltzell: To see where you're at within your real estate investing. Journey. Right. And so typically, we work with capital razor sponsors. And then we see, where you're trying to go from there. What is your goal necessarily? Are you trying to raise $1 million? Are you trying to raise $500,000? [00:20:10] Matthew Baltzell: Are you trying to track more deals? And so we kind of figure it out from there. And then we construct a plan to determine if podcasting is going to be a good avenue for you to help promote your message. So if you're like, Hey, I want to do 15 deals or two deals next year. It's like, okay, like maybe that's possible. [00:20:29] Matthew Baltzell: How many deals have you done so far? And then if it's from there, it's like, okay, these are the podcasts we typically work with. I think we can get you this many impressions across the board over. X Y Z amount of time, if you're trying to go, if you think it's this episode, we're recording in July 5th. [00:20:48] Matthew Baltzell: Right? So if you're listening to this episode and you think you're gonna have a deal under contract end of October, early November, now's a good time to start promoting that message or, Hey, I'm traveling all summer. I'm not gonna be able to do this. Okay. Like maybe that's not gonna work out. [00:21:04] Matthew Baltzell: So then once you decide to come on board, from there, we basically looked at your marketing material. How experienced are you as a marketer? What are you using as a lead capture page help? You can construct your funnel. And then from there, we do a little bit of coaching as well to basically help you develop that and then link you up with the proper podcast that we see fit and then help you push out your material. [00:21:26] Matthew Baltzell: And then another thing we're working on, but we haven't released it is as far as the. Basically segmenting up your video and everything that you are when you go on a podcast and having that be micro content. So you can continuously, if let's say you were doing two podcast episodes a month and you have one, one hour long video, or one 30 minute video, you could break that up into three or four pieces plus the full 30 minute piece. [00:21:49] Matthew Baltzell: And now you have your newsletter. Now you post one piece of content on LinkedIn, and then now you're able to. Post three or four times weekly with your podcast, with your newsletter, with one pod or with one promotion or something on separately on, on LinkedIn. Now, all of a sudden, you're starting to say people's top of mind. [00:22:07] Matthew Baltzell: Now you have more content and it's especially, you don't have to generate the content. Right? People think like I gotta make content today. Like, oh my God, what do I do? It's like, go on a podcast, have somebody break it up for you. It's.  [00:22:18] Sam Wilson: Right. And that's and that's all from one episode. I think that's the cool part is that you've taken one episode, you've pulled out, 20, again, pieces of micro content and said, okay. [00:22:26] Sam Wilson: And again, for the busy professional, you having somebody like you come in and kind of handle that suite of services a to Z, cuz there's a lot to think about that you just mentioned in there. Yeah. Everything from what shows should you be on how to prepare for and building, building your funnels building, okay. So what's the call to actions? How are we gonna republish this content? There's a lot of moving pieces involved with podcasting and with being a good podcast guest and also even, from the host side is getting getting our guests to res. So even from, it's really great having guests come on the show, but if our guests aren't taking the stuff that we're giving them and then marketing it to their audience, it's kind of not completely wasted cuz obviously we pump it out on our end, but man, you won't get nearly the traction out of it. [00:23:07] Sam Wilson: So we even on this side are working really hard to get our guests, to use the content that we're providing. So that's really cool. What you guys  [00:23:13] Matthew Baltzell: do understandable. Yeah,  [00:23:14] Sam Wilson: for sure. Matthew I've really enjoyed having you come on the show today. Talk about podcasting. What's that? I was  [00:23:21] Matthew Baltzell: just gonna say, I enjoyed your style. [00:23:23] Matthew Baltzell: I liked it a lot. And it was a pleasure being here. Thank you for  [00:23:25] Sam Wilson: having me. Absolutely, man. I mean, and you gave some great, we haven't really done an episode like this that just talks about what it means to be a good podcast guest. What does it mean to come on a show and be absolutely prepared to to knock it outta the park? [00:23:37] Sam Wilson: And so you've given our listeners, I think some really cool things to think about. As it pertains to, one, one ha being good podcast guest, and also what it takes, to actually use the stuff that we create and get the most mileage out of it. So, thanks for doing that. [00:23:48] Sam Wilson: Certainly appreciate it. If our listeners wanna get in touch with you and learn more about you, what is the best way to do that?  [00:23:53] Matthew Baltzell: Yeah, so you can go to elite podcast, bookings.com and you can click on the homepage in the upper right hand corner. You can schedule a call and if you enter the promo code, Sam, we will give you 25% off your first, our first month's service. [00:24:06] Matthew Baltzell: There we go. That's what it's first month's service. Now I butchered it. Huh? See, there we go. Butcher  [00:24:10] Sam Wilson: before I started. Yeah. What were you saying about getting your call to action? Right? I'm just kidding you, man. Yeah, there we go there.  [00:24:16] Matthew Baltzell: Yeah, no, there we go. See it's. I gotta practice,  [00:24:19] Matthew Baltzell: gotta practice it every single time. [00:24:21] Sam Wilson: Absolutely. Matthew, thanks for coming on the show. Certainly appreciate it.  [00:24:25] Matthew Baltzell: Cheers. Thank you. [00:00:40] Sam Wilson:Matthew bald sell is the CEO and founder of elite podcast bookings, which helps real estate investors attract more capital and deal flow through podcasting. Matthew, welcome to the show, Sam. Pleasure to be here, man. The pleasure's mine, there are three questions. [00:00:53] Sam Wilson: I ask every guest who comes in the show in 90 seconds or less. You tell me, where did you start? Where are you now? And how did you get there?  [00:00:58] Matthew Baltzell: Yeah. So where did I start? I originally started in single family homes fast forward, about 10 years after that 2000 or eight years after that 2016, I left the United States failed, attempt to move to Germany. [00:01:10] Matthew Baltzell: Wound up in Thailand, got married, fell in love, had a kid got involved in commercial real estate. And now I'm currently here. What was the other part of the question? Start? How did I get there? Yeah, so I I started investing. All right. Basically I started a bigger pockets meetup group. And from there I was able to connect, getting involved in a private equity firm. [00:01:32] Matthew Baltzell: Asset management started a podcast. One thing led to another, and now I created a elite podcast booking to help real estate investors attract more capital deal flow, et cetera.  [00:01:41] Sam Wilson: That is, I love the journey. Like there's a lot of moving pieces there. And I like the fact that you said, Hey, there was a failed attempt at what was it failed attempt at moving to Germany. [00:01:50] Matthew Baltzell: Yeah. Failed attempt for sure.  [00:01:52] Sam Wilson: What do you think your secret is? I mean, that's a lot of like, go left turn, right? Uhoh this didn't work, but that did, but how did you keep on, like what was it that kept you moving forward?  [00:02:01] Matthew Baltzell: You hear people talk about like, I don't know, they're north star, you're basically your gut. [00:02:05] Matthew Baltzell: Right? Right. So if your gut says, like, you know something about this property, I really like, right. You can't put your finger on it, but you know, like you can make this work, right. You can always make something work. And for me, like, I kind of just let my gut dictate. Right. So I knew that I wanted to live in abroad and I wanted to go, I thought I wanted to live in Germany. [00:02:26] Matthew Baltzell: And then, just scratching that itch is like, if I'm not, if I don't scratch that itch, I don't know what's gonna become of it. Right. And like I said earlier, I got involved in private equity while I'm abroad. So, you would think if you live in Denver, Colorado, and you wanted to get a job in private equity, maybe you would go to like a bigger pockets meetup, or you'd go to your local meetup, et cetera. [00:02:46] Matthew Baltzell: And you'd kind of get your foot in that way. It doesn't necessarily make sense to move halfway around the world to Thailand, to back channel your way into commercial real estate. And so, doing that, pushing myself. Kind of leading myself to, always doing what I kind of wanted to do if I'm interested in something that I go after it, and I don't necessarily know what stems from it. [00:03:04] Matthew Baltzell: And I think a lot of people fear that of the unknown. Right. So when you fear something of the unknown, you just could become reserved. It's like, Hey, Sam, I wanna buy you a cup of coffee and I want you to walk me through this deal the whole time. So I feel safe and maybe we can make a little bit money, but I'm kind of too scared to do it on my own. [00:03:22] Matthew Baltzell: Right? Right. People are afraid to venture out from their comfort zone, but when you step farther out on the curve, that's where you make the biggest leaps and find the most success within, your personal self your finances, relationships, et C.  [00:03:35] Sam Wilson: Talk to me about the jump from commercial real estate. [00:03:37] Sam Wilson: So you're involved in a PE firm, which I think is hysterical. Like you said, who moves halfway around the world to go get into a PE firm. That's probably buying real estate here in the United States. I'm guessing. Yes.  [00:03:47] Matthew Baltzell: Yeah. So I. I created. So I was trying to reverse engineering. This was back in 2000 in 18 ish, like the beginning of 2018, everybody was talking about multi-family. [00:03:56] Matthew Baltzell: I was thinking of my next move. And I was like, okay, I wanna get involved in multi-family. How do I start? So I was trying to think outside the box and I started a meetup, through bigger pockets, right? So it was like six to eight members. And one of the pers one person that. Everybody else was back in the United States, by the way. [00:04:12] Matthew Baltzell: And one person that didn't join was like, Hey, I want to I'm following your progress. I wanna introduce you to somebody, which was the main principle of the private equity firm. That was just starting off. I started doing some underwriting. I started doing basically some advertisements, et cetera, basically leading with value. [00:04:29] Matthew Baltzell: Wasn't asking for anything in return. One thing LEDs to another, it was like, Hey, why don't we put you on the website? Hey da, da, da. And I'm like, so I'm working here. Okay. Like, alright. And so I got my foot in that way, started helping out with asset management and, it's just like, there's no difference if you're in Denver, Colorado, or Texas. [00:04:46] Matthew Baltzell: If you can show up to the meetings on time, look at the, financials, show up to the meetings, make sure projects are on time. I mean, that's all really, it is. So there's really no difference. So you're living in California. Investing in New York or you're living in Thailand and you're still acquiring properties in Atlanta, Georgia, and Florida, et cetera. [00:05:03] Sam Wilson: Right, right. That's cool. I love that. When did you figure out that you were onto something with podcasting?  [00:05:08] Matthew Baltzell: Yeah. So my original podcast that I had was it's called real estate journeys. It had about 114 episodes. And what I saw from podcasting then is one, it was a great networking tool. From my, just from my own show, I met some really cool people within the real estate industry that I still talk to this day over social media. [00:05:29] Matthew Baltzell: and it was just a great way to network. And then I saw people trying to pitch to get on my show, trying to get people onto other, or myself going onto other shows. And I kind of just saw this like, process of basically being kind of fragmented, right. People are trying to attract more deals or trying to do more podcasting, et cetera. [00:05:46] Matthew Baltzell: I mean, you look, or you look at Joe FRAs, right. He had the longest running single day podcast and then Whitney, so is like, okay, like I'm gonna do the exact same thing and now he's blowing up. And then everybody starts trying to. duplicate that process. But what you see is, yeah, there you go. You're point to yourself. [00:06:02] Matthew Baltzell: People can't see that, but what you see is the people that have the most consistency over time they have the most success right. And then you always have muddied waters in the beginning, whether it's the first couple episodes, the average podcast, doesn't make it past 13 episodes. [00:06:15] Matthew Baltzell: Wow. So if you continue to basically network like you're doing right now, you have a platform and over time, when you go to put out a deal, You've already developed your network and you can raise 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 million now for a deal, as opposed to like, oh, now I have a deal. Now I'm gonna go on podcast. Now I'm gonna post on link, LinkedIn, you should be doing all these things before they even start. [00:06:40] Matthew Baltzell: The time to start working out is two years before you have a heart attack. Not when you have a heart attack, the time to tell somebody you loved them is today, not when they're dead. You know what I'm saying? Right.  [00:06:50] Sam Wilson: Absolutely. Absolutely. No, I love that. And I think that's one of the things that people who don't podcast, probably don't see as a benefit is just the networking side of it. [00:06:58] Sam Wilson: I mean, it's been for me the single fastest way I've grown, my network is by podcasting. This is, again I'm copy and paste. There's no or, success leaves clues. So. I'm following Whitney, I'm following Joe and running a daily show. And it's like, okay, that's 365 new guests a year. [00:07:14] Sam Wilson: It's like, okay, this is really cool. Like I am learning and building. And again, like you said, I think that's something that people overlook. When, if they're if they're looking to start a podcast or looking to get into it, That's gonna be your primary benefit outta the gate is building your network and not necessarily, going out and while you do raise more money, I think that's the primary benefit you get is just building your network. [00:07:32] Sam Wilson: And that should be it.  [00:07:33] Matthew Baltzell: Yeah, for sure. And I think people make the mistake of like, Let's say you have a daily podcast or you do have a daily podcast or I, Joe fearless has a daily podcast and people think like, oh, who am I? Who am I to raise capital? Or who am I to have a podcast? Nobody's gonna wanna listen to me. [00:07:48] Matthew Baltzell: Right. Right. But you are an individual, right? Yes. It might be a copycat. A copy and paste method. Like everybody's having a podcast, but I wanna hear what you have to say about the market. I want to hear what you have to say about networking. I wanna hear what you have to say. So there's thousands of capital razors. [00:08:05] Matthew Baltzell: You can go with whoever you want. Right? Who do you like know and trust and people that have consistency, especially with the digital footprint. You're more likely to like no one trust them as opposed to somebody that's just starting their podcasts, something that's just starting to blog someone. That's just starting the newsletter, et cetera, et C. [00:08:20] Sam Wilson: Absolutely. Absolutely. So you launched a podcast company, you saw holes in the industry, you saw it was fragmented and you said, you know what? I think I can help real estate investors solve problem X, what is the problem you are solving?  [00:08:33] Matthew Baltzell: Yeah, so like I was, we're touching on briefly, right? So there's analog and then there's digital. [00:08:38] Matthew Baltzell: So the analog is basically the old school way. Right? Real estate is like traditionally like a good old boys club is the slow moving part, shake cans, kiss babies, go to conferences. How can you do that? Right. You can maybe go to Dallas. You could go to so many, there was C, right. But now as everything was digital, You go on one podcast, you have 365. [00:08:59] Matthew Baltzell: What? 365 episodes. Maybe you don't have 'em on the weekends. Let's say you have 300 episodes per year. Right? Right. And let's say your average downloads is a thousand. We'll just make that up. You have 300,000 listens downloads of people listening to you, right. That's astronomical. Right? So if somebody is going on two podcast, episodes of wi a. [00:09:21] Matthew Baltzell: Right. And we'll just say that the average podcast has a thousand downloads are going on two podcasts, 2000 downloads a month, 24,000 downloads a year you've already got your message across the 24,000 people. And American express says it takes seven different touchpoints for people to take action. [00:09:39] Matthew Baltzell: So as much as I like you, this is the first time you and I are talking, right. You can present me with a deal with a two X equity, multiple under red it within five years. Six to eight per et cetera, et cetera. And I can be like, like that seems pretty reasonable for the market, but why am I gonna invest with you as opposed to Joe FARs? [00:09:56] Matthew Baltzell: Right. I've never spoken with Joe far, but I've spoken to you. Maybe. I like you, maybe I don't, but maybe after I hear you, the third, fourth, fifth, sixth, seventh time. That's when you see results, that's when the lagging indicator comes. That's when you go to the gym, that's when you don't have the heart attack. [00:10:10] Matthew Baltzell: Right. But the people that just come in, right. And they try and do one rep and they tear their muscles and it's like, okay this podcasted thing. It wasn't for me. But the people that state, but the people that consistently are out there podcasting. They know, and they realize the value of being on podcasts. [00:10:27] Matthew Baltzell: And that's where we come in. One I've been on, I've been on a bunch of podcasts. I've leveraged my network. I had 114 podcast episodes. And so we helped real estate investors leverage our, my, our platform to help get on other industry, leading platforms, such as your podcast. And then it is just very synergistic. [00:10:45] Matthew Baltzell: Hopefully they raise more money, raise more capital, attract, more deal flow, et cetera. and That's where we come in  [00:10:51] Sam Wilson: that, yeah, that's really cool. I like that. And I think certainly I don't, at this point, don't handle my own bookings anymore. It's something where I've got a team member that takes care of getting everybody lined up and booked. [00:11:01] Sam Wilson: So, but I'm pretty sure you guys have sent some people our way, which I've certainly. Yeah, for sure. Always. Absolutely. Thank you again for that. absolutely, man. I know it's a great, it's a win-win and people. I think people overlook that. Like I know when the first podcast I went on two or three years ago as a guest. [00:11:16] Sam Wilson: It went back to that, probably the self doubt questions. Like why do I, why does anybody wanna have me on a podcast? Like, I'm just a guy doing deals. So is everybody else like, there's a lot of those things that, that I think people don't expect that they would make a great guest and, or yeah, for sure. [00:11:29] Sam Wilson: And, or they're so busy that they would make a phenomenal guest, but don't have time to go out and actually figure out how to go get on the shows cuz it's just like I got other things going on and figuring out which shows to get on is a a piece of work. Tell me about this. What do you say makes a great guest when someone comes on a podcast, do you guys do any sort of coaching or any sort of like, Hey, when you get on here's some things that be, preparing here's how to Accu adequately prepare for a show. [00:11:51] Matthew Baltzell: Yeah. So one of the, one of the biggest mistakes, I'll just start off with one of the biggest mistakes is when people go on a show, right. And they get to the end of the show and they say, Sam might say, Hey, Matthew, thanks dragon on what's the best place to find best place to find you, et cetera, et cetera. [00:12:06] Matthew Baltzell: Right? Most people say, oh, Sam, thanks for having me. I'm available on LinkedIn. I'm also available at Matthew xyz.com and I also have a free ebook. And here's my phone number and reach out to me and I love to talk real estate. It's like, okay, the person that listens to a podcast, it's a very intimate experience. [00:12:25] Matthew Baltzell: They listen to the whole thing all the way you typically through. It's not like a song, you just jump in the middle. Right, right. And so it's like, you got to the end, you almost want the reward. And it's like, okay, what's going to incentivize me to stop listening to this podcast. And what'd he say, he used to go to Instagram, LinkedIn. [00:12:42] Matthew Baltzell: Here's his email and he likes to talk real estate. Okay. So we encourage people to practice a clear and concise call to action, right. Something that has some scarcity. So you could say, Hey, for the first two people to go to my website or first two first two real estate investors to go to my website and click on the pro click. [00:12:59] Matthew Baltzell: And we're register a call with me and into the promo code. Sam will receive. 25% off my coaching program or something like that. Right. Right now, when they enter the promo code, Sam, where they came from. So if you 1500 people, et cetera, et cetera, entered it, then all of a sudden you're like, wow, I was on Sam's podcast. [00:13:17] Matthew Baltzell: And now we got a hundred leads from Sam's podcast. Now, you know where they're coming from. And the people that are listening to that are like, oh, there's only. They're only giving away this promotion to two people. I better get home as fast as possible because this episode just released at five o'clock from work and I'm driving home and I'm gonna go over this website and I'm gonna enter my information. [00:13:36] Matthew Baltzell: But if you just say, Hey, I'll talk to you when I talk to you, maybe I'll see you next year at the bigger pockets. A conference it's like, right. Okay. Whatever. So yeah, I would say that's one of the biggest mistakes that typically not only real estate investors make going on podcasts, but a lot of people that make going on podcasts. [00:13:53] Matthew Baltzell: And then the second thing I would say is like, know what you want to talk about. Right. And so whether whatever that topic is, feel somewhat comfortable with it and practice it over. Right. And when you are going on your first couple podcasts, you, no, you're not gonna be great. You're gonna muddle through it. [00:14:10] Matthew Baltzell: You hosted your podcast, you have a bunch of episodes. I'm sure it's painful to listen to the first 20 podcast episodes, as opposed to where you are now. Right? You're more, you're better at conversation. You were talking, we were talking earlier, like I was talking to an investor, BA Bing, BA boom. [00:14:24] Matthew Baltzell: You picked up the mic and here we are talking right. A year ago. You probably would've prepped like an hour for an interview. Like, oh my God, like, what is this person? It's insane. Right. Right. So. I mean, people should practice. Right. And realize that it's not gonna come necessarily, oh, some people are better at it than others, but you know, with more practice you become a better podcast guest and myself included. [00:14:45] Matthew Baltzell: Right. I just started recently going on the podcast in circuit talking about this business, I've been on other podcasts talking about, earlier, like. A year and a half ago talking about, real estate investment side, but it just takes time. And, people shouldn't beat themselves up, cuz everybody has an interesting story and people want to hear about your story, not just regurgitated information about. [00:15:05] Matthew Baltzell: Blah, blah, blah, blah,  [00:15:05] Sam Wilson: blah. right. I love that. Yeah. The idea of getting your reps in is you just have to do it, get your reps in, make your mistakes. If you're listening to this and go, gosh, we've never been on a show. Come on this one, if you're an experienced and, or on your way to an experienced commercial real estate investor, come on this show. [00:15:20] Sam Wilson: It's one of those things where it's less intimidating probably than what people think. But yeah, you're absolutely right. I look back on my first 20, 30, 50 episodes and I'm like Oh, like, are those still out there on the internet? They are CRI, but it's the way it is, man. It's just the way.  [00:15:33] Matthew Baltzell: Yeah. [00:15:34] Matthew Baltzell: But it, but that's the beauty of it, too. Cuz if you think about it, right, I mean, How easy is it to look at anything online, kind of, and semi duplicate it, right? You can you can Photoshop a photo. You can copy and paste a resume. But to say that you have, let's say 200 podcast episodes. [00:15:52] Matthew Baltzell: Like people concede the progression, they look, they can just jump to of 50, hear your intro and was like, ding, ding, ding, ding. And you're like, oh, Church bells, like what's going on. and then now you have a clear, concise mic. You have better audio, you have better visual. You're more natural. You're a better speaker. [00:16:10] Matthew Baltzell: And these things people wanna see progression, right? People wanna be on the upward spiral of the tornado. They don't wanna be on a plane that's going crashing and burning. Right? Like how often do you see in the headlines when something bad happens? Everybody just piles on, but when somebody's going up and up, they're like, oh yeah, like I was on Sam's podcast, like episode 55, like now there's 300. [00:16:29] Matthew Baltzell: Yeah. He's doing great. Oh man. They wanna be a part of greatness,  [00:16:32] Sam Wilson: Absolutely. Absolutely. No, man, I think that's absolutely great. Tell me what else. So you guys help people kind of, figure out how they wanna present themselves via podcast. You guys help people get book. [00:16:42] Sam Wilson: On other shows, what are some other things that you see people doing, maybe that they're doing the right doing correctly, you say, Hey man here's some things I see some of the best podcast guests doing, what are those  [00:16:52] Matthew Baltzell: things? Yeah. So I would say the people that are do that are the best podcast, guests are like modern day that have good audio and have good visuals. [00:17:03] Matthew Baltzell: And you'd be surprised like. Like you have a good microphone. I can see that I have a quality microphone. It definitely helps. Right, right. You don't want to hear like the echo chamber of like, somebody's down the hall in the closet. You sound very like, oh, this man's very soothing. He's in my ear. Then you ask me a course, like, oh, how are you doing? [00:17:20] Matthew Baltzell: Oh, good. Right. And so people that are. Having good audio, having good video audio. Yeah. Good audio and good video. Like that's something that's very very good to have. Especially now, like in today's modern world, your first representation of possibly seeing me or possibly seeing you is gonna be like, oh cool. [00:17:39] Matthew Baltzell: He has some books over there in the corner. Like maybe I, maybe we were late. I can't necessarily see those, but he has about 10 in the left hand corner. You have your logo in the upper left hand corner. You have. Your brand on your shirt, like, okay, this guy looks serious, but if you had a greeny camera and bad audio, it's like, I'm out. [00:17:58] Matthew Baltzell: I don't necessarily, he could be a good guy. I don't know. Maybe do I wanna invest? I don't know. He can't even buy a good microphone. We'll make some things. He can handle a hundred thousand dollars of my money.  [00:18:06] Sam Wilson: Ouch. There it is. There it is. I like that. I like the directness here. You're absolutely correct. [00:18:11] Sam Wilson: You're absolutely correct. And that's something that, that I've had to and again, we're just talking here, but I've had to ask a couple of guests. Hey, let's reschedule. Let's reschedule when you can get your camera or your mic or something, set up correctly because I've recorded episodes before in the past where I've allowed people to use sub quality or mics or cameras and things like that. [00:18:30] Sam Wilson: And then I get done with it. I'm like, gosh, that was a 30 minute waste of my time. Cuz. it just wasn't as good as it could be. And it's not even, I mean, gosh, you can get a decent setup for under a few hundred bucks, if you're yeah, just a, an amateur podcast guest, I mean a decent setup, a few hundred dollars. [00:18:45] Sam Wilson: I mean, mine, of course, I've got a lot more money than maybe but I do this daily, so that's a different. But it's your business  [00:18:51] Matthew Baltzell: for sure. Yeah, absolutely. Absolutely. That's the thing you should, you, you should be, didn't like your business, right? Right. I mean, think about it. If you were in the conference and you went up to somebody and they shook your hand and they had like, not a firm handshake and it was kind of limp and they. [00:19:01] Matthew Baltzell: Shook your watch and you're initially you're automatically thinking like, well, that was kinda weird. Does it mean you're not gonna like that person? Does it mean you're not gonna have a good relationship? No, but you're already starting off on the back foot. Right. And if somebody's coming to you and you're having a thousand downloads per episode, and you're having 300 episodes a year, you. [00:19:16] Matthew Baltzell: You wanna put the best foot forward and have a good representation or you're trying to raise capital, et cetera. Do you want have a grainy website? Do you want to have a broken down non-professional copy written newsletter? No. These are things that you don't want to have. You wanna have these buttoned up be this guy's a, an experienced sponsor who can handle capital and he can raise the deals and track deal flow, et cetera. [00:19:36] Sam Wilson: Right man. That's cool. That's absolutely cool. What do you like, like talk, talk me through the process when somebody comes on board with you, can you kind of break that down? Just so our guess that idea of what it is exactly that you guys do and how the process works. Yeah.  [00:19:49] Matthew Baltzell: So somebody would typically we'd schedule a sales call and, or not sales call, but we just basically have a conversation, right. [00:19:54] Matthew Baltzell: To see where you're at within your real estate investing. Journey. Right. And so typically, we work with capital razor sponsors. And then we see, where you're trying to go from there. What is your goal necessarily? Are you trying to raise $1 million? Are you trying to raise $500,000? [00:20:10] Matthew Baltzell: Are you trying to track more deals? And so we kind of figure it out from there. And then we construct a plan to determine if podcasting is going to be a good avenue for you to help promote your message. So if you're like, Hey, I want to do 15 deals or two deals next year. It's like, okay, like maybe that's possible. [00:20:29] Matthew Baltzell: How many deals have you done so far? And then if it's from there, it's like, okay, these are the podcasts we typically work with. I think we can get you this many impressions across the board over. X Y Z amount of time, if you're trying to go, if you think it's this episode, we're recording in July 5th. [00:20:48] Matthew Baltzell: Right? So if you're listening to this episode and you think you're gonna have a deal under contract end of October, early November, now's a good time to start promoting that message or, Hey, I'm traveling all summer. I'm not gonna be able to do this. Okay. Like maybe that's not gonna work out. [00:21:04] Matthew Baltzell: So then once you decide to come on board, from there, we basically looked at your marketing material. How experienced are you as a marketer? What are you using as a lead capture page help? You can construct your funnel. And then from there, we do a little bit of coaching as well to basically help you develop that and then link you up with the proper podcast that we see fit and then help you push out your material. [00:21:26] Matthew Baltzell: And then another thing we're working on, but we haven't released it is as far as the. Basically segmenting up your video and everything that you are when you go on a podcast and having that be micro content. So you can continuously, if let's say you were doing two podcast episodes a month and you have one, one hour long video, or one 30 minute video, you could break that up into three or four pieces plus the full 30 minute piece. [00:21:49] Matthew Baltzell: And now you have your newsletter. Now you post one piece of content on LinkedIn, and then now you're able to. Post three or four times weekly with your podcast, with your newsletter, with one pod or with one promotion or something on separately on, on LinkedIn. Now, all of a sudden, you're starting to say people's top of mind. [00:22:07] Matthew Baltzell: Now you have more content and it's especially, you don't have to generate the content. Right? People think like I gotta make content today. Like, oh my God, what do I do? It's like, go on a podcast, have somebody break it up for you. It's.  [00:22:18] Sam Wilson: Right. And that's and that's all from one episode. I think that's the cool part is that you've taken one episode, you've pulled out, 20, again, pieces of micro content and said, okay. [00:22:26] Sam Wilson: And again, for the busy professional, you having somebody like you come in and kind of handle that suite of services a to Z, cuz there's a lot to think about that you just mentioned in there. Yeah. Everything from what shows should you be on how to prepare for and building, building your funnels building, okay. So what's the call to actions? How are we gonna republish this content? There's a lot of moving pieces involved with podcasting and with being a good podcast guest and also even, from the host side is getting getting our guests to res. So even from, it's really great having guests come on the show, but if our guests aren't taking the stuff that we're giving them and then marketing it to their audience, it's kind of not completely wasted cuz obviously we pump it out on our end, but man, you won't get nearly the traction out of it. [00:23:07] Sam Wilson: So we even on this side are working really hard to get our guests, to use the content that we're providing. So that's really cool. What you guys  [00:23:13] Matthew Baltzell: do understandable. Yeah,  [00:23:14] Sam Wilson: for sure. Matthew I've really enjoyed having you come on the show today. Talk about podcasting. What's that? I was  [00:23:21] Matthew Baltzell: just gonna say, I enjoyed your style. [00:23:23] Matthew Baltzell: I liked it a lot. And it was a pleasure being here. Thank you for  [00:23:25] Sam Wilson: having me. Absolutely, man. I mean, and you gave some great, we haven't really done an episode like this that just talks about what it means to be a good podcast guest. What does it mean to come on a show and be absolutely prepared to to knock it outta the park? [00:23:37] Sam Wilson: And so you've given our listeners, I think some really cool things to think about. As it pertains to, one, one ha being good podcast guest, and also what it takes, to actually use th

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    We chat Nik Coppin, a veteran comedian of over 20 years, who is the founder of both shaggers. He has performed many solo shows at the Edinburgh and Adelaide Fringe Festivals, New Zealand and Melbourne International Comedy Festivals. Whats more, he can be described as a comedy traveller, he has performed in Germany, Spain, Ireland, Hungary, Poland, France, Denmark and Norway. He has also frequented Southeast Asia doing shows in Singapore, Cambodia, Vietnam, Thailand, Hong Kong and The Philippines. He is an overview of what we discussed: [02:25] How Spiderman influenced me to do comedy [10:01] How to avoid making comedy therapy [12:26] How the circuit used to be [18:48] Why London comedy circuit is sh•t [26:24] How I became a comedy teacher what teaching and doing comedy taught me [37:30] Adjusting to different comedy scenes [46:48] How I set up shaggers If you would like to know more about Nik Coppin, you can find out about him and his projects on his website at https://www.nikcoppin.com/ (https://www.nikcoppin.com/) or you can watch his Edinburgh show at https://tickets.edfringe.com/whats-on/nik-coppin-shark (https://tickets.edfringe.com/whats-on/nik-coppin-shark). If you enjoyed the episode you can help support the podcast by donating to the Patreon at https://www.patreon.com/thecomediansparadise (https://www.patreon.com/thecomediansparadise) or follow Marvin through his Linktree at https://linktr.ee/theflopmaster?fbclid=IwAR0rA0Ybj-P-sF1jpUdbl22JNpY8stfnZtM0QswrTea3frDvNl3sP0H6V1Q (https://linktr.ee/theflopmaster). 

    The ATC Doublecut with Micah Woods
    Golf course architect Paul Jansen and I debate the best golfing destination in Asia

    The ATC Doublecut with Micah Woods

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 68:39


    Paul and I discussed a number of locations around Asia including Da Nang, Thailand, Hokkaido, Sri Lanka, Myanmar, Indonesia, and the Philippines, for their relative merits as golfing destinations.  We discussed this post: https://www.asianturfgrass.com/post/the-best-golfing-destination-in-asia/ Follow Paul on Twitter at https://twitter.com/pauljansengolf  Jansen Golf Design website at https://jansengolf.com/  Jon Wall visits Himalayan GC: https://twitter.com/DirtyBulk/status/427424969157799936  Jon Wall visits Himalayan GC for a second time: https://twitter.com/DirtyBulk/status/824231111899254784  Erik Anders Lang visits Himalayan GC: https://youtu.be/aIvZrTYo8t4  Subscribe to the PACE Turf information service: https://www.paceturf.org/  Read more about all kinds of turfgrass topics: https://www.asianturfgrass.com/  See the ATC newsletters: https://subscribepage.com/atc_newsletters  Listen to the ATC Office Hours podcast: https://atc-office-hours.transistor.fm/ Watch this episode on the ATC YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/asianturfgrasscenter

    Movie Madness
    Episode 323: Prey For Love And Luck

    Movie Madness

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 130:06


    There are eight movies to talk about this week and Erik Cihldress and Steve Prokopy have seen them all. There is love for two films from this year's Chicago Critics Film Festival including Patton Oswalt catfishing his own son (I Love My Dad) and Dale Dickey looking to kindle an old friendship with Wes Studi (A Love Song). There is a new animated film on Apple+ (Luck) and a documentary about the Father of Claymation (Claydream). Ron Howard turns a story that got the doc treatment last year about the Thailand cave rescue into a feature (Thirteen Lives) and stand-up comic Jo Koy stars in a film based on his life (Easter Sunday). The Predator franchise springs to new life in the 18th century (Prey) and Brad Pitt takes on a locomotive full of assassins (Bullet Train). There's a lot of love this week but there are some targets as well.   0:00 - Intro 1:03 - I Love My Dad 16:49 – Claydream 32:38 – A Love Song 42:34 – Luck 57:44 – Thirteen Lives 1:15:38 – Easter Sunday 1:34:43 - Prey 1:50:47 – Bullet Train 2:06:26 - Outro