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Best podcasts about undeniably

Latest podcast episodes about undeniably

The Problem With Perfect
How to Live Authentically Transparent

The Problem With Perfect

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 30:08


We've never been more accessible and our lives have never been more on display.  Undeniably, technology has transformed our interactions and shaped the way we communicate. As a result, in some ways, we've never been more connected. Yet in other ways, we've never felt more insecure and disconnected - forever worried about showing others who we really are instead of who we want others to think we are. At the heart of the worry is our fear that if people knew us they wouldn't like us. And this fear doesn't just impact our virtual interactions; it shapes what we do and do not allow people to see of us in our everyday lives. It keeps us from genuine vulnerability and transparent dialogue, leaving us isolated from others.In this episode, we tackle what true transparency looks like, try to understand the why behind it, and suggest some tips for living a more transparent (and satisfying) life by being real with ourselves and others.

Crowned Opulence
Building Generational Wealth for Your Child through Powerful College Prep Strategies with Lisa Marie Aird

Crowned Opulence

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2021 57:00


Before you enter the workforce, college actually prepares you to be career-ready. It allows you to develop certain skills and values that can genuinely help you on your way to success.However, there are a lot of factors that you must consider before you set foot inside the campus and not everyone can have the luxury or resources to be prepared for this.And to be prepared means to make the decisions that will set the foundation for your own independence, mindset, and success. Undeniably, there will be a lot of pressure both for the parent and child, but being intentional in preparing for college through means of researching and planning will allow you to embark on the next chapter of your life as you prepare for your future.Tune in to today's episodes as I speak with Lisa Marie Aird, a collegiate success coach for Campus Bound GPS. She discusses the MAP framework, which helps students and parents to alleviate the stress and anxiety in navigating the college application process. Learn the importance of starting the journey to college on the right foot and how this positively impacts the Black community in creating generational wealth and a stronger blueprint toward living your most opulent life. In this conversation we speak about:How to alleviate the burden of preparing for the college application process.The importance of mindset, awareness, and preparation for college.The value of a school's culture and mission and how it aligns with your child or yourself.How prepping for college impacts building generational wealth for your child.The role of decision-making and being intentional in building your own success.Preparing your child for the next opportunities that will come in their future.Episode drink: Strawberry Pineapple MimosaIngredients:Pineapple JuiceBottle ChampagneSliced Strawberries, for garnishConnect with Lisa Marie: WebsiteFacebookYouTubeConnect with Me:Is marketing your business making you feel less than opulent?  Are you ready to create the opulent outcomes that you desire in your life and business?Schedule a complimentary discovery consultation via this link: https://calendly.com/cassandraalexisTune in to the Crowned Opulence Podcast on your favorite podcast app and join the conversation on Facebook and Instagram.  Have a mimosa that you want to have featured or a conversation that you want to hear about on the show let me know at https://www.crownedopulencepodcast.com/Enjoy the show? I'd love to invite you to leave a 5-star rating and review on Apple Podcast.  It will help others like you find the show and be a part of these necessary conversations.  I can't do it without you: leave a review on the Apple podcast here.Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/crownedopulence)

The Inner Room- Emotions in the Bible
Episode 451 - Our Lady of Sorrows' Heart

The Inner Room- Emotions in the Bible

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2021 7:21


1 Tm 3:14-16 Beloved: I am writing you, although I hope to visit you soon. But if I should be delayed, you should know how to behave in the household of God, which is the Church of the living God, the pillar and foundation of truth. Undeniably great is the mystery of devotion, Who was manifested in the flesh, vindicated in the spirit, seen by angels, proclaimed to the Gentiles, believed in throughout the world, taken up in glory. Responsorial Psalm 111:1-2, 3-4, 5-6 R. (2) How great are the works of the Lord! I will give thanks to the LORD with all my heart in the company and assembly of the just. Great are the works of the LORD, exquisite in all their delights. R. How great are the works of the Lord! Majesty and glory are his work, and his justice endures forever. He has won renown for his wondrous deeds; gracious and merciful is the LORD. R. How great are the works of the Lord! He has given food to those who fear him; he will forever be mindful of his covenant. He has made known to his people the power of his works, giving them the inheritance of the nations. Jn 19:25-27 Standing by the cross of Jesus were his mother and his mother's sister, Mary the wife of Clopas, and Mary Magdalene. When Jesus saw his mother and the disciple there whom he loved he said to his mother, “Woman, behold, your son.” Then he said to the disciple, “Behold, your mother.” And from that hour the disciple took her into his home. OR: Lk 2:33-35 Jesus' father and mother were amazed at what was said about him; and Simeon blessed them and said to Mary his mother, “Behold, this child is destined for the fall and rise of many in Israel, and to be a sign that will be contradicted and you yourself a sword will pierce so that the thoughts of many hearts may be revealed.” --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/sofia-fonseca7/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/sofia-fonseca7/support

The Rick Ungar Show Highlight Podcast
The Texas Abortion Law Is Undeniably Unconstitutional: With Guest Eric Segall

The Rick Ungar Show Highlight Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2021 19:23


Rick speaks with Professor Eric Segall about the unconstitutional abortion law and the DOJ lawsuit against Texas.

Coin Stories
Will Clemente: Bitcoin Metrics Look Undeniably Bullish

Coin Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2021 45:48


In the last year, East Carolina University student Will Clemente quickly amassed a big following in the Bitcoin space as a sharp on-chain analyst and writer. His deep dives and insights into bitcoin's metrics have caught the attention of BTC greats like Willy Woo and Pomp, and now Will serves as the Lead Insights Analyst at Blockware Solutions and has his own newsletter you can subscribe to at https://btcbywc3.substack.com. Follow him on Twitter at @WClementeIII.  This podcast does not provide financial advice.

ELIMINATION
Rd3 - Sleepers Vs Saving Private Ryan

ELIMINATION

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2021 59:14


Undeniably 2 greats from the 90's go head to head, the story of 4 boys lives or the story of one man saved!Which way are you voting??The round of 16 is sponsored by the amazing London based band MAZE, they can be found on all music platforms. The Spotify link is below, make sure you check them outhttps://open.spotify.com/artist/4RownT4izkvxjW97UaDL0R?si=AiOQBHrpTLC3fmzsUCRY9Q&dl_branch=1Thanks for listeningSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/eliminationpodcast?fan_landing=true)

The Cosmic Controversy Podcast
Episode 60 --- Why Our Human Brain Is Undeniably Unique In The Cosmos

The Cosmic Controversy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 23, 2021 47:07


Our civilization and technology as we know it owes itself to a fluke of evolution that enabled the development of human intelligence.  It's a marvelous and nuanced intelligence that cannot be replicated anywhere else in the cosmos.  That doesn't mean that intelligent life isn't out there.  But it's likely not very similar to our own.  Guest Bret Stetka chats about his new book “A History of the Human Brain” from Workman Publishing and tackles some of humanity's biggest questions. 

mei-nus
Blockade Blowback: Qatar-Iran Ties After Al-Ula

mei-nus

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 23, 2021 98:50


Qatar has taken the first steps to effect reconciliation with its Gulf neighbours, having recently welcomed Saudi Arabia's new ambassador to Doha. Elsewhere, reports indicate that Bahrain invited Qatar for bilateral talks to strengthen Gulf co-operation. Yet, against the backdrop of a  diplomatic freeze from 2017 to 2021, Doha found it vital to transit via Iran's airspace and territorial waters in order to circumvent the blockade imposed by the anti-Qatar quartet (Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, the UAE and Egypt). Considering the Al-Ula declaration earlier this year, will there be a reversal in the warming of Qatar-Iran ties? With the ascension of Ebrahim Raisi in Tehran and his conservative administration, will the nature of the Qatar-Iran relationship change? Undeniably, Doha's ties to Iranian rivals such as the US  and Saudi Arabia remain of strategic value. How can Qatar sustain its “hedging” strategy? Can Doha act as a reliable intermediary in, for instance, facilitating a US-Iran breakthrough? What are the implications for regional security?

Honestly Oversharing
EP63: Undeniably Awkward

Honestly Oversharing

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2021 46:56


So this might be the most uncomfortable that you've ever heard Rich. The boys have way too much fun with it

Inside Line F1 Podcast
Did Hamilton Get Carried Away? Was FIA Too Lenient? 2021 British GP Review

Inside Line F1 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2021 36:18


Boy, oh, boy! It finally happened - a coming together of title rivals, Max Verstappen and Lewis Hamilton! Undeniably, one of the questions that's split the world of Formula 1 is - who was at fault? Was Verstappen too aggressive or was Hamilton too optimistic? Did Hamilton get carried away with the emotion of racing at home in front of the passionate British fans?  But why can't we just classify it as a racing incident? Soumil and Kunal ponder further in this week's episode of the Inside Line F1 Podcast. Sundaram chips in with his awe-inducing post-race stats review.  (The episode description follows below) For our global audiences, get 20% OFF at Manscaped + free shipping with promo code TRIMINSIDE at MANSCAPED.com! #ad #manscapedpod Subscribe to our newsletter! It's free, informative, insightful and visually appealing. You can read more and sign up. Frankly, we would've loved to move on after terming the Verstappen-Hamilton clash as a racing incident. But since the FIA found Hamilton guilty, were they too lenient with their penalty? Or are we just reacting to the outcome of the crash (VER had a heavy one that led to no points) and then the outcome of the penalty (HAM still won!)? Needless to say, but both drivers will battle smarter (or so we assume!) the next time the meet on-track & let's hope that happens for several seasons to come. And before we move on, a great race by Hamilton to overcome the penalty and still score a win.  The VER-HAM incident showcased another very strong aspect of the sport - the teams lobbying the FIA to turn situations in their favour. Incredible behind-the-scenes radio exchanges between the FIA, Red Bull Racing and Ferrari.  Lest we forget, there were 18 other races too. This episodes reviews the 2021 British Grand Prix - Fernando Alonso shining on Friday, Saturday & Sunday. Was Ferrari and Charles Leclerc's pace genuine? They led more laps of the race than Hamilton! Was heat the factor behind the slow pit-stops? Could Lando Norris have finished on the podium had it not been for a slow stop? What's with Valtteri Bottas' starts? And finally, when last did Sergio Perez make so many driver errors? Tune in!  (Season 2021, Episode 45) Follow our hosts on Twitter: Sundaram Ramaswami, Soumil Arora and Kunal Shah Music courtesy: Lucien Byfieldt Image courtesy: Mercedes

[ETHNICALLY] SPEAKING
#86: Afro hairdressing choices are set to open up...but Soul Cap gets shut down?

[ETHNICALLY] SPEAKING

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2021 34:01


The ladies discuss why it's always one step forward and two steps back when it comes to the acceptance and inclusion of Black hair types, after an update to the National Occupational Standards for hairdressing means that all new hairdressers will be trained to work with Afro and textured hair as standard, in the same week that FINA (International Swimming Federation) bans Soul Cap – a swimming cap designed for Afro and textured hair – from use in international competitions because it does not follow “the natural form of the head”. Featuring guest host, Anissa.--------------------------------------- FOLLOW THE CONVERSATION #EthnicallySpeakingInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/unitedmelanincoFacebook: https://facebook.com/unitedmelanincoTwitter: https://instagram.com/unitedmelanincoLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/unitedmelaninco/YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/UnitedMelaninGroupGet in touch with us: ethnicallyspeaking@unitedmelaningroup.com---------------------------------------- LINKS MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE https://unitedmelaningroup.com/es086(Website – Show notes)https://metro.co.uk/2021/07/01/all-hairdressers-to-learn-to-cut-and-style-afro-hair-as-standard-14857191/(Article – All UK hairdressers to learn to cut and style Afro hair as standard – in beauty regulations update – Natalie Morris for Metro)https://metro.co.uk/2021/06/30/inclusive-swimming-hats-for-afro-hair-barred-from-the-olympics-14846410/(Article – Swimming hats for Afro hair barred from Olympics as official body says elite athletes ‘don't require caps of such size' – Natalie Morris for Metro)https://www.stylist.co.uk/fitness-health/wellbeing/olympics-2021-afro-swimming-cap-racism/539629(Article – Olympics 2021: “Undeniably racist” decision to ban Afro-friendly swimming caps at Tokyo 2021 may be overturned – Nyima Jobe for Stylist)https://rarehistoricalphotos.com/motel-manager-pouring-acid-water-black-people-swam-pool-1964/(Article – Motel manager pouring acid in the water when black people swam in his pool, 1964 – Rare Historical Photos)https://theconversation.com/the-forgotten-history-of-segregated-swimming-pools-and-amusement-parks-119586(Article – The forgotten history of segregated swimming pools and amusement parks – Victoria W. Wolcott for The Conversation)----------------------------------------Join Monah, Nushy Rose and Sophie Hannah, three smart, curious and opinionated highly-melanated women, as they and their guests discuss everything from current affairs to pop culture, and everything in between. No subject is off limits for these ladies, especially when it comes to issues affecting British communities of colour. Get ready to laugh, learn and liberate your mind, because if there's one thing you can guarantee, it's that the Ethnically Speaking ladies will be giving it to you straight!----------------------------------------Music by GC

Fast Food Fix
Ep 38: Fast Food Passport - Undeniably Fun

Fast Food Fix

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2021 18:16


In this episode of Fast Food Fix, EJ and Gray have an undeniably fun time taking a flight to five different countries to review their exclusive fast food items. Check our instagram @fastfoodfix.podcast to see the food items we reviewed in this episode! Have any questions for us? Something you want us to talk about? Did we say something that is inaccurate and needs correction? Go to Anchor.fm/fastfoodfix and leave us a voice message, or go to our Instagram @fastfoodfix.podcast to DM us and we'll mention you in an upcoming podcast!

DawgNation Daily
Episode 1462: UGA's undeniably enjoying a better offseason than last year

DawgNation Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 12, 2021 42:59


DawgNation Daily -- the daily podcast for Georgia Bulldogs fans Beginning of the show: I'll share a couple examples why the offseason chatter around UGA is more pleasant than it was a year ago. 10-minute mark: I discuss why UGA's bowl win vs. Cincinnati might set the program up for success this year. 15-minute mark: DawgNation's Connor Riley joins the show. 30-minute mark: I take a look at more of the interesting things anonymous coaches told Athlon Sports about SEC teams for the season preview magazine. End of show: I update the Gator Hater Countdown. After the show: I take questions and comments as part of the Podcast Cool Down.

DawgNation Daily
Episode 1462: UGA's undeniably enjoying a better offseason than last year

DawgNation Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 12, 2021 42:59


DawgNation Daily -- the daily podcast for Georgia Bulldogs fans Beginning of the show: I'll share a couple examples why the offseason chatter around UGA is more pleasant than it was a year ago. 10-minute mark: I discuss why UGA's bowl win vs. Cincinnati might set the program up for success this year. 15-minute mark: DawgNation's Connor Riley joins the show. 30-minute mark: I take a look at more of the interesting things anonymous coaches told Athlon Sports about SEC teams for the season preview magazine. End of show: I update the Gator Hater Countdown. After the show: I take questions and comments as part of the Podcast Cool Down.

Capital Gains Tax Solutions Podcast
What to do when market fundamentals are undeniably out the door with David Young

Capital Gains Tax Solutions Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 11, 2021 33:53


David Young is the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Anfield Capital Management, LLC. With over 30 years of investment experience, David has worked with many of the largest and most sophisticated institutional and private investors in investment strategy, portfolio management, and asset allocation. At the end of 2008, he retired as Executive Vice President with Pacific Investment Management Company to rejoin the U.C. Irvine Merage School of Business as Adjunct Professor of Finance, and create Anfield Capital Management, LLC. From 1999 to 2006, David was head of PIMCO's account management group in London where he built a team of 25 investment professionals managing over 200 client accounts and approximately $50 billion in assets across the UK, Europe, the Middle East, and Africa. In our conversation, we discussed:Smart decisions to make in the world of post-COVID-19Two different dynamics, the real economy, and the financial economyWhat is the value of the deferred sales trust in the current time?Donor-Advised fundsHigh conviction tips for investorsConnect with David Young:Website: anfieldcapital.comLove the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share!Here's How »Join the Capital Gains Tax Solutions Community today:capitalgainstaxsolutions.comCapital Gains Tax Solutions FacebookCapital Gains Tax Solutions Twitter

New Books in American Studies
Neil Altman, "White Privilege: Psychoanalytic Perspectives" (Routledge, 2020)

New Books in American Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2021 56:30


Neil Altman's White Privilege: Psychoanalytic Perspectives (Routledge, 2020) is a slip (80 pages including references and the index) of a book that reads as both addendum and antidote to some of the literature aimed at waking white people (Ta-Nahesi-Coates' “dreamers”) up to the realities of racism. I say antidote as some of that literature (the work of Robin Di Angelo and Ibram X. Kendi come to mind) seems to depend on commands from the super ego to shed the scales from white eyes. On finishing Di Angelo's White Fragility (which was required reading last summer) I felt both paranoid and ashamed and had to wonder how self-policing was going diminish my racism? Altman's book intervenes precisely in this potentially deleterious cycle arguing that anti-racist thinking that relies on “should” and “oughts”, are potentially doomed to fail. By attacking the defenses rather than softening them, such efforts run the risk of hardening the racism they set out to transform. Humans hate. Freud tells us it is our first feeling. Undeniably, hating can fill us with great and solidifying pleasure. Racism is one form of hatred. When acted on, it can and does destroy lives. Fully loaded with white privilege, white people are apt to act on our racism, and also to shudder, deny or dissociate when encountering our racist thoughts and feelings. When confronted with our racism and its impact, with our awareness that we in fact rely on denigrating stereotypes to feel a little better about ourselves, states of mortification (deathliness) emerge that do no one any good. Such a state is a purely narcissistic one where the other has been snuffed out. If you are white, as I am, you have likely found yourself more than once tossing the hot potato of your own racism as far away as from yourself as you can. And some part of you feels weakened by being this way but it is practically an involuntary reflex. Thinking about this reflex, Altman employs Melanie Klein's thinking about what it means to be human, which highlights our ineluctable destructiveness. If hate is a human feeling, not one to be gotten rid of but rather one to be accepted and contended with, there may be a way for us to take responsibility for being hurtful, for being racist. Hating hate or hating our racism can maintain the status quo. In fact, hidden hateful feelings seek justification and become reified, rather than being fleeting—as all feelings truly are. Altman highlights the difference between making reparations based on guilt versus the descent into guiltiness. Guilt implies that one is interested in our impact on others because we know that in living, we will hurt many people along the way. Guiltiness, which we can see in white virtue signaling around racism, has much more to do with returning the self that has harmed to its happy and perfect place without addressing the harm done. While white people are primed, particularly in an American context, to say and do horrible and hurtful racist things, it is the disavowal of the destructiveness that perhaps does, from a psychoanalytic perspective, the most harm in the end. Altman quotes the journalist Leonard Pitts who captures the experience of white negation succinctly, writing, “If people who hate you would stand up and declare it you would not have to go through with your day on guard against the world.” The refusal to take responsibility for the harm we do—and Altman makes the strong point that whiteness can be defined as an identity that is principally based on dehumanization—keeps white people on the run from reality. When we depend on delusions to shore us up, a part of us knows we are in real bad shape. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/american-studies

New Books in Psychoanalysis
Neil Altman, "White Privilege: Psychoanalytic Perspectives" (Routledge, 2020)

New Books in Psychoanalysis

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2021 56:30


Neil Altman's White Privilege: Psychoanalytic Perspectives (Routledge, 2020) is a slip (80 pages including references and the index) of a book that reads as both addendum and antidote to some of the literature aimed at waking white people (Ta-Nahesi-Coates' “dreamers”) up to the realities of racism. I say antidote as some of that literature (the work of Robin Di Angelo and Ibram X. Kendi come to mind) seems to depend on commands from the super ego to shed the scales from white eyes. On finishing Di Angelo's White Fragility (which was required reading last summer) I felt both paranoid and ashamed and had to wonder how self-policing was going diminish my racism? Altman's book intervenes precisely in this potentially deleterious cycle arguing that anti-racist thinking that relies on “should” and “oughts”, are potentially doomed to fail. By attacking the defenses rather than softening them, such efforts run the risk of hardening the racism they set out to transform. Humans hate. Freud tells us it is our first feeling. Undeniably, hating can fill us with great and solidifying pleasure. Racism is one form of hatred. When acted on, it can and does destroy lives. Fully loaded with white privilege, white people are apt to act on our racism, and also to shudder, deny or dissociate when encountering our racist thoughts and feelings. When confronted with our racism and its impact, with our awareness that we in fact rely on denigrating stereotypes to feel a little better about ourselves, states of mortification (deathliness) emerge that do no one any good. Such a state is a purely narcissistic one where the other has been snuffed out. If you are white, as I am, you have likely found yourself more than once tossing the hot potato of your own racism as far away as from yourself as you can. And some part of you feels weakened by being this way but it is practically an involuntary reflex. Thinking about this reflex, Altman employs Melanie Klein's thinking about what it means to be human, which highlights our ineluctable destructiveness. If hate is a human feeling, not one to be gotten rid of but rather one to be accepted and contended with, there may be a way for us to take responsibility for being hurtful, for being racist. Hating hate or hating our racism can maintain the status quo. In fact, hidden hateful feelings seek justification and become reified, rather than being fleeting—as all feelings truly are. Altman highlights the difference between making reparations based on guilt versus the descent into guiltiness. Guilt implies that one is interested in our impact on others because we know that in living, we will hurt many people along the way. Guiltiness, which we can see in white virtue signaling around racism, has much more to do with returning the self that has harmed to its happy and perfect place without addressing the harm done. While white people are primed, particularly in an American context, to say and do horrible and hurtful racist things, it is the disavowal of the destructiveness that perhaps does, from a psychoanalytic perspective, the most harm in the end. Altman quotes the journalist Leonard Pitts who captures the experience of white negation succinctly, writing, “If people who hate you would stand up and declare it you would not have to go through with your day on guard against the world.” The refusal to take responsibility for the harm we do—and Altman makes the strong point that whiteness can be defined as an identity that is principally based on dehumanization—keeps white people on the run from reality. When we depend on delusions to shore us up, a part of us knows we are in real bad shape. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/psychoanalysis

New Books in Sociology
Neil Altman, "White Privilege: Psychoanalytic Perspectives" (Routledge, 2020)

New Books in Sociology

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2021 56:30


Neil Altman's White Privilege: Psychoanalytic Perspectives (Routledge, 2020) is a slip (80 pages including references and the index) of a book that reads as both addendum and antidote to some of the literature aimed at waking white people (Ta-Nahesi-Coates' “dreamers”) up to the realities of racism. I say antidote as some of that literature (the work of Robin Di Angelo and Ibram X. Kendi come to mind) seems to depend on commands from the super ego to shed the scales from white eyes. On finishing Di Angelo's White Fragility (which was required reading last summer) I felt both paranoid and ashamed and had to wonder how self-policing was going diminish my racism? Altman's book intervenes precisely in this potentially deleterious cycle arguing that anti-racist thinking that relies on “should” and “oughts”, are potentially doomed to fail. By attacking the defenses rather than softening them, such efforts run the risk of hardening the racism they set out to transform. Humans hate. Freud tells us it is our first feeling. Undeniably, hating can fill us with great and solidifying pleasure. Racism is one form of hatred. When acted on, it can and does destroy lives. Fully loaded with white privilege, white people are apt to act on our racism, and also to shudder, deny or dissociate when encountering our racist thoughts and feelings. When confronted with our racism and its impact, with our awareness that we in fact rely on denigrating stereotypes to feel a little better about ourselves, states of mortification (deathliness) emerge that do no one any good. Such a state is a purely narcissistic one where the other has been snuffed out. If you are white, as I am, you have likely found yourself more than once tossing the hot potato of your own racism as far away as from yourself as you can. And some part of you feels weakened by being this way but it is practically an involuntary reflex. Thinking about this reflex, Altman employs Melanie Klein's thinking about what it means to be human, which highlights our ineluctable destructiveness. If hate is a human feeling, not one to be gotten rid of but rather one to be accepted and contended with, there may be a way for us to take responsibility for being hurtful, for being racist. Hating hate or hating our racism can maintain the status quo. In fact, hidden hateful feelings seek justification and become reified, rather than being fleeting—as all feelings truly are. Altman highlights the difference between making reparations based on guilt versus the descent into guiltiness. Guilt implies that one is interested in our impact on others because we know that in living, we will hurt many people along the way. Guiltiness, which we can see in white virtue signaling around racism, has much more to do with returning the self that has harmed to its happy and perfect place without addressing the harm done. While white people are primed, particularly in an American context, to say and do horrible and hurtful racist things, it is the disavowal of the destructiveness that perhaps does, from a psychoanalytic perspective, the most harm in the end. Altman quotes the journalist Leonard Pitts who captures the experience of white negation succinctly, writing, “If people who hate you would stand up and declare it you would not have to go through with your day on guard against the world.” The refusal to take responsibility for the harm we do—and Altman makes the strong point that whiteness can be defined as an identity that is principally based on dehumanization—keeps white people on the run from reality. When we depend on delusions to shore us up, a part of us knows we are in real bad shape. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/sociology

New Books in Psychology
Neil Altman, "White Privilege: Psychoanalytic Perspectives" (Routledge, 2020)

New Books in Psychology

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2021 56:30


Neil Altman's White Privilege: Psychoanalytic Perspectives (Routledge, 2020) is a slip (80 pages including references and the index) of a book that reads as both addendum and antidote to some of the literature aimed at waking white people (Ta-Nahesi-Coates' “dreamers”) up to the realities of racism. I say antidote as some of that literature (the work of Robin Di Angelo and Ibram X. Kendi come to mind) seems to depend on commands from the super ego to shed the scales from white eyes. On finishing Di Angelo's White Fragility (which was required reading last summer) I felt both paranoid and ashamed and had to wonder how self-policing was going diminish my racism? Altman's book intervenes precisely in this potentially deleterious cycle arguing that anti-racist thinking that relies on “should” and “oughts”, are potentially doomed to fail. By attacking the defenses rather than softening them, such efforts run the risk of hardening the racism they set out to transform. Humans hate. Freud tells us it is our first feeling. Undeniably, hating can fill us with great and solidifying pleasure. Racism is one form of hatred. When acted on, it can and does destroy lives. Fully loaded with white privilege, white people are apt to act on our racism, and also to shudder, deny or dissociate when encountering our racist thoughts and feelings. When confronted with our racism and its impact, with our awareness that we in fact rely on denigrating stereotypes to feel a little better about ourselves, states of mortification (deathliness) emerge that do no one any good. Such a state is a purely narcissistic one where the other has been snuffed out. If you are white, as I am, you have likely found yourself more than once tossing the hot potato of your own racism as far away as from yourself as you can. And some part of you feels weakened by being this way but it is practically an involuntary reflex. Thinking about this reflex, Altman employs Melanie Klein's thinking about what it means to be human, which highlights our ineluctable destructiveness. If hate is a human feeling, not one to be gotten rid of but rather one to be accepted and contended with, there may be a way for us to take responsibility for being hurtful, for being racist. Hating hate or hating our racism can maintain the status quo. In fact, hidden hateful feelings seek justification and become reified, rather than being fleeting—as all feelings truly are. Altman highlights the difference between making reparations based on guilt versus the descent into guiltiness. Guilt implies that one is interested in our impact on others because we know that in living, we will hurt many people along the way. Guiltiness, which we can see in white virtue signaling around racism, has much more to do with returning the self that has harmed to its happy and perfect place without addressing the harm done. While white people are primed, particularly in an American context, to say and do horrible and hurtful racist things, it is the disavowal of the destructiveness that perhaps does, from a psychoanalytic perspective, the most harm in the end. Altman quotes the journalist Leonard Pitts who captures the experience of white negation succinctly, writing, “If people who hate you would stand up and declare it you would not have to go through with your day on guard against the world.” The refusal to take responsibility for the harm we do—and Altman makes the strong point that whiteness can be defined as an identity that is principally based on dehumanization—keeps white people on the run from reality. When we depend on delusions to shore us up, a part of us knows we are in real bad shape. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/psychology

New Books in African American Studies
Neil Altman, "White Privilege: Psychoanalytic Perspectives" (Routledge, 2020)

New Books in African American Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2021 56:30


Neil Altman's White Privilege: Psychoanalytic Perspectives (Routledge, 2020) is a slip (80 pages including references and the index) of a book that reads as both addendum and antidote to some of the literature aimed at waking white people (Ta-Nahesi-Coates' “dreamers”) up to the realities of racism. I say antidote as some of that literature (the work of Robin Di Angelo and Ibram X. Kendi come to mind) seems to depend on commands from the super ego to shed the scales from white eyes. On finishing Di Angelo's White Fragility (which was required reading last summer) I felt both paranoid and ashamed and had to wonder how self-policing was going diminish my racism? Altman's book intervenes precisely in this potentially deleterious cycle arguing that anti-racist thinking that relies on “should” and “oughts”, are potentially doomed to fail. By attacking the defenses rather than softening them, such efforts run the risk of hardening the racism they set out to transform. Humans hate. Freud tells us it is our first feeling. Undeniably, hating can fill us with great and solidifying pleasure. Racism is one form of hatred. When acted on, it can and does destroy lives. Fully loaded with white privilege, white people are apt to act on our racism, and also to shudder, deny or dissociate when encountering our racist thoughts and feelings. When confronted with our racism and its impact, with our awareness that we in fact rely on denigrating stereotypes to feel a little better about ourselves, states of mortification (deathliness) emerge that do no one any good. Such a state is a purely narcissistic one where the other has been snuffed out. If you are white, as I am, you have likely found yourself more than once tossing the hot potato of your own racism as far away as from yourself as you can. And some part of you feels weakened by being this way but it is practically an involuntary reflex. Thinking about this reflex, Altman employs Melanie Klein's thinking about what it means to be human, which highlights our ineluctable destructiveness. If hate is a human feeling, not one to be gotten rid of but rather one to be accepted and contended with, there may be a way for us to take responsibility for being hurtful, for being racist. Hating hate or hating our racism can maintain the status quo. In fact, hidden hateful feelings seek justification and become reified, rather than being fleeting—as all feelings truly are. Altman highlights the difference between making reparations based on guilt versus the descent into guiltiness. Guilt implies that one is interested in our impact on others because we know that in living, we will hurt many people along the way. Guiltiness, which we can see in white virtue signaling around racism, has much more to do with returning the self that has harmed to its happy and perfect place without addressing the harm done. While white people are primed, particularly in an American context, to say and do horrible and hurtful racist things, it is the disavowal of the destructiveness that perhaps does, from a psychoanalytic perspective, the most harm in the end. Altman quotes the journalist Leonard Pitts who captures the experience of white negation succinctly, writing, “If people who hate you would stand up and declare it you would not have to go through with your day on guard against the world.” The refusal to take responsibility for the harm we do—and Altman makes the strong point that whiteness can be defined as an identity that is principally based on dehumanization—keeps white people on the run from reality. When we depend on delusions to shore us up, a part of us knows we are in real bad shape. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/african-american-studies

New Books in Anthropology
Neil Altman, "White Privilege: Psychoanalytic Perspectives" (Routledge, 2020)

New Books in Anthropology

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2021 56:30


Neil Altman's White Privilege: Psychoanalytic Perspectives (Routledge, 2020) is a slip (80 pages including references and the index) of a book that reads as both addendum and antidote to some of the literature aimed at waking white people (Ta-Nahesi-Coates' “dreamers”) up to the realities of racism. I say antidote as some of that literature (the work of Robin Di Angelo and Ibram X. Kendi come to mind) seems to depend on commands from the super ego to shed the scales from white eyes. On finishing Di Angelo's White Fragility (which was required reading last summer) I felt both paranoid and ashamed and had to wonder how self-policing was going diminish my racism? Altman's book intervenes precisely in this potentially deleterious cycle arguing that anti-racist thinking that relies on “should” and “oughts”, are potentially doomed to fail. By attacking the defenses rather than softening them, such efforts run the risk of hardening the racism they set out to transform. Humans hate. Freud tells us it is our first feeling. Undeniably, hating can fill us with great and solidifying pleasure. Racism is one form of hatred. When acted on, it can and does destroy lives. Fully loaded with white privilege, white people are apt to act on our racism, and also to shudder, deny or dissociate when encountering our racist thoughts and feelings. When confronted with our racism and its impact, with our awareness that we in fact rely on denigrating stereotypes to feel a little better about ourselves, states of mortification (deathliness) emerge that do no one any good. Such a state is a purely narcissistic one where the other has been snuffed out. If you are white, as I am, you have likely found yourself more than once tossing the hot potato of your own racism as far away as from yourself as you can. And some part of you feels weakened by being this way but it is practically an involuntary reflex. Thinking about this reflex, Altman employs Melanie Klein's thinking about what it means to be human, which highlights our ineluctable destructiveness. If hate is a human feeling, not one to be gotten rid of but rather one to be accepted and contended with, there may be a way for us to take responsibility for being hurtful, for being racist. Hating hate or hating our racism can maintain the status quo. In fact, hidden hateful feelings seek justification and become reified, rather than being fleeting—as all feelings truly are. Altman highlights the difference between making reparations based on guilt versus the descent into guiltiness. Guilt implies that one is interested in our impact on others because we know that in living, we will hurt many people along the way. Guiltiness, which we can see in white virtue signaling around racism, has much more to do with returning the self that has harmed to its happy and perfect place without addressing the harm done. While white people are primed, particularly in an American context, to say and do horrible and hurtful racist things, it is the disavowal of the destructiveness that perhaps does, from a psychoanalytic perspective, the most harm in the end. Altman quotes the journalist Leonard Pitts who captures the experience of white negation succinctly, writing, “If people who hate you would stand up and declare it you would not have to go through with your day on guard against the world.” The refusal to take responsibility for the harm we do—and Altman makes the strong point that whiteness can be defined as an identity that is principally based on dehumanization—keeps white people on the run from reality. When we depend on delusions to shore us up, a part of us knows we are in real bad shape. 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 in Critical Theory
Neil Altman, "White Privilege: Psychoanalytic Perspectives" (Routledge, 2020)

New Books in Critical Theory

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2021 56:30


Neil Altman's White Privilege: Psychoanalytic Perspectives (Routledge, 2020) is a slip (80 pages including references and the index) of a book that reads as both addendum and antidote to some of the literature aimed at waking white people (Ta-Nahesi-Coates' “dreamers”) up to the realities of racism. I say antidote as some of that literature (the work of Robin Di Angelo and Ibram X. Kendi come to mind) seems to depend on commands from the super ego to shed the scales from white eyes. On finishing Di Angelo's White Fragility (which was required reading last summer) I felt both paranoid and ashamed and had to wonder how self-policing was going diminish my racism? Altman's book intervenes precisely in this potentially deleterious cycle arguing that anti-racist thinking that relies on “should” and “oughts”, are potentially doomed to fail. By attacking the defenses rather than softening them, such efforts run the risk of hardening the racism they set out to transform. Humans hate. Freud tells us it is our first feeling. Undeniably, hating can fill us with great and solidifying pleasure. Racism is one form of hatred. When acted on, it can and does destroy lives. Fully loaded with white privilege, white people are apt to act on our racism, and also to shudder, deny or dissociate when encountering our racist thoughts and feelings. When confronted with our racism and its impact, with our awareness that we in fact rely on denigrating stereotypes to feel a little better about ourselves, states of mortification (deathliness) emerge that do no one any good. Such a state is a purely narcissistic one where the other has been snuffed out. If you are white, as I am, you have likely found yourself more than once tossing the hot potato of your own racism as far away as from yourself as you can. And some part of you feels weakened by being this way but it is practically an involuntary reflex. Thinking about this reflex, Altman employs Melanie Klein's thinking about what it means to be human, which highlights our ineluctable destructiveness. If hate is a human feeling, not one to be gotten rid of but rather one to be accepted and contended with, there may be a way for us to take responsibility for being hurtful, for being racist. Hating hate or hating our racism can maintain the status quo. In fact, hidden hateful feelings seek justification and become reified, rather than being fleeting—as all feelings truly are. Altman highlights the difference between making reparations based on guilt versus the descent into guiltiness. Guilt implies that one is interested in our impact on others because we know that in living, we will hurt many people along the way. Guiltiness, which we can see in white virtue signaling around racism, has much more to do with returning the self that has harmed to its happy and perfect place without addressing the harm done. While white people are primed, particularly in an American context, to say and do horrible and hurtful racist things, it is the disavowal of the destructiveness that perhaps does, from a psychoanalytic perspective, the most harm in the end. Altman quotes the journalist Leonard Pitts who captures the experience of white negation succinctly, writing, “If people who hate you would stand up and declare it you would not have to go through with your day on guard against the world.” The refusal to take responsibility for the harm we do—and Altman makes the strong point that whiteness can be defined as an identity that is principally based on dehumanization—keeps white people on the run from reality. When we depend on delusions to shore us up, a part of us knows we are in real bad shape. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/critical-theory

New Books Network
Neil Altman, "White Privilege: Psychoanalytic Perspectives" (Routledge, 2020)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2021 56:30


Neil Altman's White Privilege: Psychoanalytic Perspectives (Routledge, 2020) is a slip (80 pages including references and the index) of a book that reads as both addendum and antidote to some of the literature aimed at waking white people (Ta-Nahesi-Coates' “dreamers”) up to the realities of racism. I say antidote as some of that literature (the work of Robin Di Angelo and Ibram X. Kendi come to mind) seems to depend on commands from the super ego to shed the scales from white eyes. On finishing Di Angelo's White Fragility (which was required reading last summer) I felt both paranoid and ashamed and had to wonder how self-policing was going diminish my racism? Altman's book intervenes precisely in this potentially deleterious cycle arguing that anti-racist thinking that relies on “should” and “oughts”, are potentially doomed to fail. By attacking the defenses rather than softening them, such efforts run the risk of hardening the racism they set out to transform. Humans hate. Freud tells us it is our first feeling. Undeniably, hating can fill us with great and solidifying pleasure. Racism is one form of hatred. When acted on, it can and does destroy lives. Fully loaded with white privilege, white people are apt to act on our racism, and also to shudder, deny or dissociate when encountering our racist thoughts and feelings. When confronted with our racism and its impact, with our awareness that we in fact rely on denigrating stereotypes to feel a little better about ourselves, states of mortification (deathliness) emerge that do no one any good. Such a state is a purely narcissistic one where the other has been snuffed out. If you are white, as I am, you have likely found yourself more than once tossing the hot potato of your own racism as far away as from yourself as you can. And some part of you feels weakened by being this way but it is practically an involuntary reflex. Thinking about this reflex, Altman employs Melanie Klein's thinking about what it means to be human, which highlights our ineluctable destructiveness. If hate is a human feeling, not one to be gotten rid of but rather one to be accepted and contended with, there may be a way for us to take responsibility for being hurtful, for being racist. Hating hate or hating our racism can maintain the status quo. In fact, hidden hateful feelings seek justification and become reified, rather than being fleeting—as all feelings truly are. Altman highlights the difference between making reparations based on guilt versus the descent into guiltiness. Guilt implies that one is interested in our impact on others because we know that in living, we will hurt many people along the way. Guiltiness, which we can see in white virtue signaling around racism, has much more to do with returning the self that has harmed to its happy and perfect place without addressing the harm done. While white people are primed, particularly in an American context, to say and do horrible and hurtful racist things, it is the disavowal of the destructiveness that perhaps does, from a psychoanalytic perspective, the most harm in the end. Altman quotes the journalist Leonard Pitts who captures the experience of white negation succinctly, writing, “If people who hate you would stand up and declare it you would not have to go through with your day on guard against the world.” The refusal to take responsibility for the harm we do—and Altman makes the strong point that whiteness can be defined as an identity that is principally based on dehumanization—keeps white people on the run from reality. When we depend on delusions to shore us up, a part of us knows we are in real bad shape. 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

How Cum
12 How Motherhood Happened (Jessica Kirson)

How Cum

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 21, 2021 70:14


Undeniably hilarious comedian and producer of FX’s new documentary ‘Hysterical,’ Jessica Kirson joins us on this exciting episode. We discuss her new film, in which she stars in alongside fellow iconic female stand-ups. Hysterical chronicles the endeavor of reaching success in a male-dominated industry (which is relevant for all women, honestly) and the importance of lifting each other up, and recognize that there is space for everyone.  We learn how Jessica was personally selected by Robert DeNiro to teach him how to perform stand up comedy on the set of The Comedian, and how she subsequently became a producer. We also discuss Jessica's sexual journey: Cumming early in life, coming out later in life, having sex with men but no orgasms, as well as how she became a mother of four daughters when she never intended on having children at all!  She shares why she never wanted to have kids as well as why she is so happy that she did.    Follow Jessica @JessyKirson Follow us at @HowCumPodcast and @RemyKassimir  Sign up for access to extras and FULL unedited episodes with VIDEO for only $5 at patreon.com/howcum Check out our website for live forums & merch! RATE, REVIEW & SUBSCRIBE Thank you to our Cumpanion Barbara (20s, Hungary) for sharing her cumgratulations with us!  Go to janleslie.com, click on gemstone pipes, and use code HOWCUM to get 25% off your gemstone pipes order. Thanks, Dame!  Get 15% off your first order at dameproducts.com/howcum  

Dongfang Hour - the Chinese Aerospace & Technology Podcast
Key Chinese Spaceplane Technology Tested, Probes to the Edge of the Heliosphere, Blunt Chinese Report on Local Aerospace Capabilities - Ep 29

Dongfang Hour - the Chinese Aerospace & Technology Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 19, 2021 24:46


Hello and welcome to another episode of the Dongfang Hour China Aero/Space News Roundup! Without further ado, the news update from the week of 12 - 18 April. 1) CASIC Institute tests spaceplane propulsion technologyThis week we saw an article published by the S&T Daily on a CASIC institute completing a precooling technology validation test, which is an essential technology for spaceplane propulsion.According to the article, CASIC’s 3rd Academy’s 31st Institute, an institute specialized in aerospace propulsion, has been looking at precooling technology since June 2018. In past conferences, it has shown a technological roadmap where it shows the development of precooling technology over the early mid 2020s, and moving on to 15t and 30t combined-cycle engines which would power 2-stage spaceplane prototypes.The latest test managed to cool air from 1000C down to -150C in 0.01 seconds. Undeniably a significant technical milestone for their “Yunlong” engine (which seems to be the name given to the engine). 2) Wu Weiren, chief-designer of China’s lunar exploration program, discusses China’s “Double One Hundred” goalWu Weiren, the chief-designer of China’s lunar exploration program, was interviewed this week by the official space industry media China Space News, in which he announced that China was aiming for a “Double One Hundred” goal (双百目标). To understand this, there are several points to discuss:Firstly, China likes anniversaries linked to its modern history, especially when its round numbers. Two of the big events are the founding of the CCP (1921), and the PRC (1949). There have been regularly large events to celebrate these dates, typically in 2019 a massive military parade on China’s National Day to celebrate the 70 years of the founding of the PRC.2049 will be the 100th anniversary, and for that China is planning to send scientific probes in what is considered the boundaries of the heliosphere, 100 AU away from the Earth. And 100 AU on the 100th anniversary: thus the “double one hundred”.3) A Report on China’s Aerospace Manufacturing CapabilitiesThis Friday, we saw SCMP publish an article about China’s aviation manufacturing capabilities, with the title telling you everything you need to know--”China’s Aviation Capabilities stuck at ‘low-end’ as military-civil fusion weighs on innovation”. Quite a lot to unpack from this article. First, the SCMP article quotes a report written by the Development Research Center of Shanghai and published on ThePaper.cn, a website owned by the Shanghai Government. I had a decent dig through ThePaper.cn and could not find the report, however it is a massive website that publishes a prodigious amount of news, so it’s possible I simply could not find it.Relying therefore on the SCMP summary, the report was apparently very frank about China’s weaknesses in the aviation and aerospace sectors. In particular, the report cited specific key technologies, such as engines, airborne equipment, and new composite materials. The report also cites China’s airworthiness certification abilities as being weak, and “cannot be fully recognized internationally in the short-term”. The report brings up a handful of issues that we have highlighted in previous episodes of the Dongfang Hour. This includes emphasis on military-civil fusion, an overly large influence of SOEs on the development of innovation-driven sectors, and an “incomplete distribution mechanism” of shared risks and benefits. This has been another episode of the Dongfang Hour China Aero/Space News Roundup. We look forward to seeing you next time!---------------------------------------- Follow us on YouTube, LinkedIn, Twitter (https://twitter.com/DongFangHour), as an audio podcast, and on our official website: https://www.dongfanghour.com/

Grit Happens!!
Interview with an Icon: Music legend and renowned Producer Peter Asher

Grit Happens!!

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 25, 2021 54:22


One of the most respected producers in the music industry, Peter Asher joins today’s Grit Happens podcast with Glenn and Mindy Stearns to share his chart-topping life. From childhood actor to a best friend of the Beatles, Peter Asher went on to win 3- Grammys and played a significant role in the careers and personal lives of everyone from The Beatles, James Taylor, Linda Ronstadt, Ed Sheeran, and even Austin Powers. Undeniably talented, Peter Asher remains humble about his extraordinary impact in the music industry.

Can Crushers Wrestling Podcast
Can Crushers Spotlight with "The Undeniable One" Dean Fleming

Can Crushers Wrestling Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 17, 2021 74:49


This is Undeniably one of the best Can Crushers interviews, as Mark talks to Dean Fleming! One half of the SOAR tag team champions and the first ever SOAR Grand Slam Champion, the Undeniable One lives by a simple philosophy: winning isn’t everything. It’s the only thing! In this day and age, Fleming was still getting so much heat that he couldn’t leave the buildings following his matches! Fortunately, he’s now a squeaky clean baby face! Find out whose tapes he studied and how mind-blowingly fast he went from training to jumping in the ring! For a wrestler who’s done it all at SOAR, including helping to get this Texas-based promotion back on its feet following the ice storm, what can possibly be next on his list?Support the show (http://paypal.me/cancrushers)Collar X Elbow - The Wrestling Brand Use promo code CanCrushers to save 10% off your order!Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.

Explain Yourself
EP 19: Spence Sheldon - Be Undeniably Yourself

Explain Yourself

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 24, 2021 71:09


Spence Sheldon owns two pizza restaurants in his home town of Bowling Green, Kentucky. He's also the Founder and CEO of Almost Home Clothing, which feeds into his Non-Profit the AHC Foundation. Spence opened up to us about starting his struggles in college, opening his first business, and how he's learning to navigate the balance of running several businesses and relationships. You can find Spence on Instagram or check out his blog. Almost Home: Instagram | Website Donatos: Instagram Follow us on Instagram, Twitter, or check out our website where you can learn more about our guests, us, and how we started the podcast! If you loved this episode, let us know by rating and reviewing us! Thanks for listening! - Julie + Annica --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

Wisdom for the Heart on Oneplace.com
Uncommonly Rare, Undeniably Real

Wisdom for the Heart on Oneplace.com

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 15, 2021


To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/545/29 Uncommon courtesy; uncommon concern; uncommon control; these are all aspects of the most uncommon thing in the whole world: true love. Unlike other valuable possessions, true love is never hidden away in a safe or a lock-box or a vault. Instead it is constantly spending itself on others. Join Stephen in this message as he shows us why.

Outside the Norm Podcast
Episode 48: Undeniably Black

Outside the Norm Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 9, 2021 60:02


We are celebrating and highlighting things in our past, present and future of being black.

The topoffsports's Podcast
EP. 040 Tom Brady is Undeniably the G.O.A.T.

The topoffsports's Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 8, 2021 52:56


We talking Super Bowl and all Super Bowl.  Tom Brady is now the no doubt GOAT after taken down the Chiefs 31-9 to win his 7th Super Bowl.

Cool Soror with Rashan Ali
Undeniably Good - with Rashan Ali

Cool Soror with Rashan Ali

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2021 16:12


Our host, Rashan Ali is back to chat about her feelings on how the Inauguration of Joe Biden and Kamala Harris had her in her feelings.    She also talks about how she never would have thought her life would be where it is right now.  This 15 minutes of power will challenge you to be "undeniably good" at everything God has blessed you with!   That is her goal for this new season.  Let us all embrace it.   Follow Rashan Ali on IG at @rashanali.

Ponder This Podcast
2020's Undeniably Amy

Ponder This Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2020 29:44


Join host Tim Dalton as he embarks on a rare journey, finding a person who claims 2020 as a Coming Our Party! Listen in to undeniably Amy, her rules, her voice.

Acquired
Airbnb

Acquired

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 11, 2020 157:14


Over 13 years after its founding, one of the defining startup companies of the past decade finally makes its public debut — and boy was it a big one. But for all the hype (and all the legitimately great things Airbnb has accomplished), this is a company that looks very different today than in the past. Even before COVID, Airbnb's once-exponential bookings growth had declined to linear levels while the company's costs continued to balloon at accelerating rates. What’s going on here? Are public investors smart to bet on a permanent shift in travel behavior coming out of the pandemic? Or is this a case of unrealistic expectations? As always, we dive in.   If you want more more Acquired and the tools + resources to become the best founder, operator or investor you can be, join our LP Program for access to our LP Show, the LP community on Slack and Zoom, and our live Book Club discussions with top authors. Join here at: https://acquired.fm/lp/   Sponsors: Thanks to Tiny for being our presenting sponsor for all of Acquired Season 7. Tiny is building the "Berkshire Hathaway of the internet" — if you own a wonderful internet business that you want to sell, or know someone who does, you should get in touch with them. Unlike traditional buyers, they commit to quick, simple diligence, a 30-day or less process, and will leave your business to do its thing for the long term. You can learn more about Tiny here: http://tinycapital.com Thank you as well to Bamboo Growth and to Perkins Coie. You can learn more about them at: https://growwithbamboo.com https://www.perkinscoie.com/   Playbook Themes from this Episode: (also available on our website at https://www.acquired.fm/episodes/airbnb ) 1. If you can create value for all sides in a market ("expand the efficient frontier"), you really can’t help but be successful. Born out of the 2008 financial crisis, Airbnb was able to fundamentally change the nature of the travel market and provide guests with more quality for less money, while also enabling hosts to earn meaningful extra income during a very difficult economic period. This led to incredible market adoption of the service, at times almost despite the company's own actions and activities. 2. When you create a market, you have an opportunity to set the terms. By virtue of creating a whole new class of supply that had never participated in the travel market before, Airbnb was able to enact much more platform-favorable payment terms versus the hotel industry. Unlike Booking.com and the OTAs, guests pay Airbnb at the time of booking, and Airbnb keeps that cash (including fees) until after check-in — which could occur weeks or even months later. This created an enormously beneficial cashflow dynamic for Airbnb that allowed them to grow while burning much less cash than otherwise would have been required. 3. When you don't fly low to the ground, you aren't forced to operate at the lowest level of detail. Unlike DoorDash which needed to create an enormously efficient operational machine just in order to survive, Airbnb's capital-light business model, low operational intensity and favorable cashflow dynamics meant they've never had to operate in a particularly cost-disciplined or product-focused manner. While the core business has been insulated from competition due to its global network effects, the company has missed or poorly executed on Amazon-like opportunities to expand into adjacent markets and services that could have continued to drive new growth. 4. Relying solely direct/organic traffic is both a gift and a curse. Undeniably, direct/organic customer acquisition is a wonderful goal for any business to strive for. Who wouldn't want to acquire customers without paying for them? However, if you don't also build the muscle for profitable and reliable growth through paid channels, you can be left vulnerable vulnerable when organic growth slows, as it inevitably will.   Carve Outs: David — San Francisco Ballet's Nutcracker: https://www.sfballet.org/productions/nutcracker-online/ Ben — Star Wars Lofi HipHop: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/5iu1sp3UBb1rjf8KNKETtJ?si=WxPdJcRpSnelHN9qh0xYSw     Sources:  http://www.critbuns.com/index.html http://www.paulgraham.com/airbnb.html https://avc.com/2011/03/airbnb/ https://diff.substack.com/p/understanding-airbnb https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Airbnb https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brian_Chesky https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CouchSurfing https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joe_Gebbia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Timeline_of_Airbnb https://gadgets.ndtv.com/internet/features/airbnb-ipo-ceo-brian-chesky-nasdaq-december-debut-stock-market-2328441 https://growthhackers.com/growth-studies/airbnb https://hbr.org/2019/04/research-when-airbnb-listings-in-a-city-increase-so-do-rent-prices https://medium.com/traveltechmedia/airbnb-vs-booking-holdings-51e79b8cc489 https://news.airbnb.com/brian-cheskys-open-letter-to-the-airbnb-community-about-building-a-21st-century-company/ https://news.airbnb.com/designing-the-future-of-airbnb/ https://nextviewventures.com/blog/airbnb-s-1-part-1-so-how-profitable-is-this-thing-really/ https://thegeneralist.substack.com/p/airbnb-the-disaster-artist https://twitter.com/danprimack/status/1337101820007768064 https://www.amazon.com/Upstarts-Airbnb-Battle-Silicon-Valley/dp/0316388416/ https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2020-12-09/airbnb-s-3-1-billion-ipo-hinges-on-hosts-who-make-rentals-feel-like-home https://www.cnbc.com/2019/12/10/airbnb-gitlab-considering-direct-listings-and-bankers-coming-around.html https://www.cnbc.com/2020/04/14/airbnb-raises-another-1-billion-in-debt.html https://www.cnbc.com/2020/12/09/airbnb-sells-shares-at-68-in-ipo-pricing-above-range.html https://www.epi.org/publication/the-economic-costs-and-benefits-of-airbnb-no-reason-for-local-policymakers-to-let-airbnb-bypass-tax-or-regulatory-obligations/ https://www.forbes.com/sites/davidjeans/2020/11/16/airbnb-cofounders-own-nearly-42-of-covid-dented-business-ipo-filing-shows/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/brianchesky/ https://www.npr.org/2017/10/19/543035808/airbnb-joe-gebbia https://www.nytimes.com/2019/09/20/technology/airbnb-employees-ipo-payouts.html https://www.nytimes.com/2020/07/17/technology/airbnb-coronavirus-layoffs-.html https://www.phocuswire.com/booking-holdings-expedia-group-marketing-spend-2019 https://www.sec.gov/Archives/edgar/data/1559720/000119312520294801/d81668ds1.htm https://www.sec.gov/Archives/edgar/data/1559720/000119312520306257/d81668ds1a.htm https://www.theinformation.com/articles/10-questions-airbnbs-ipo-investors-should-ask https://www.theinformation.com/articles/airbnbs-biggest-ipo-winners?utm_content=article-5102&utm_campaign=article_email&utm_source=sg&utm_medium=email https://www.theinformation.com/video/313?utm_campaign=Live_Video_QA_Call_P&utm_content=565410&utm_medium=email&utm_source=cio&utm_term=197334 https://www.wsj.com/articles/airbnb-expected-to-price-ipo-above-56-to-60-a-share-range-11607527468?mod=hp_lead_pos5 https://www.wsj.com/articles/airbnb-operating-chief-to-step-down-join-board-11574439482?mod=article_inline https://www.wsj.com/articles/airbnb-paying-more-than-10-interest-on-1-billion-financing-announced-monday-11586297484?mod=rsswn https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=efNyRmTLbjQ https://www.linkedin.com/in/blecharczyk/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/jgebbia/ https://news.airbnb.com/brian-cheskys-open-letter-to-the-airbnb-community-about-building-a-21st-century-company/  

That Shakespeare Life
Ep 137: Christopher Marlowe with Ros Barber

That Shakespeare Life

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2020 33:11


History remembers Christopher Marlowe as a contemporary of William Shakespeare that was prone to violence. Arrested multiple times for his association with fights, duels, and even murder, scholars around the world have suggested that Christopher Marlowe had a hot temper which often ran him afoul of the local authorities in London. In addition to achieving a university education and the social rank of gentleman, Marlowe is the author of some of the most powerful plays in the English Renaissance, including Dr. Faustus, Tamburlaine, and the Jew of Malta. Undeniably a powerful force in England as well as a huge influence over the life of William Shakespeare, the life of Christopher Marlowe is as fascinating as it is essential to understanding the life of William Shakespeare. Despite his reputation for violence and certainly for including some very violent characters in his plays, our guest this week, Ros Barber, challenges the traditional assumptions about what we know of Christopher Marlowe and suggests in her publication “Was Marlowe a Violent Man?”, that understanding the cultural history of what it meant to be a gentleman, the violent nature of corporal punishment in 16th century England, as well as comparing the recorded history of Marlowe to that of men like William Shakespeare, reveals that the reputation for hot tempered violence might be a posthumous application to Marlowe instead of the truth about this significant poet. 

DawgNation Daily
Episode 1309: Nick Saban's blunt assessment of UGA-Alabama is undeniably true

DawgNation Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2020 46:52


DawgNation Daily -- the daily podcast for Georgia Bulldogs fans Beginning of the show: A look at what Alabama coach Nick Saban told ESPN about how offense dominates college football. 10-minute mark: I discuss how UGA can get the ball to WR George Pickens more. 15-minute mark: Former UGA All-American Jon Stinchcomb joins the show. 35-minute mark I react to the top SEC games from the weekend. 40-minute mark: I share a brief recruiting update and discuss Florida's attempt to return to practice Monday. End of show: I mention a couple notes from outside the SEC and share the Gator Hater Updater.

DawgNation Daily
Episode 1309: Nick Saban's blunt assessment of UGA-Alabama is undeniably true

DawgNation Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2020 46:52


DawgNation Daily -- the daily podcast for Georgia Bulldogs fans Beginning of the show: A look at what Alabama coach Nick Saban told ESPN about how offense dominates college football. 10-minute mark: I discuss how UGA can get the ball to WR George Pickens more. 15-minute mark: Former UGA All-American Jon Stinchcomb joins the show. 35-minute mark I react to the top SEC games from the weekend. 40-minute mark: I share a brief recruiting update and discuss Florida's attempt to return to practice Monday. End of show: I mention a couple notes from outside the SEC and share the Gator Hater Updater.

FTW with Imad Khan: An Esports And Competitive Gaming Podcast
Undeniably Dying feat. Milan 'Striker' Švejda and Meg Kay

FTW with Imad Khan: An Esports And Competitive Gaming Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2020 21:58


With 100 Thieves unceremoniously exiting CSGO, it puts into question the survivability of the scene in North America. HLTV's Milan 'Striker' Švejda joins the show to give his thoughts. And Worlds is underway in Shanghai. Reporter Meg Kay jumps on to give her thoughts on why North America failed so miserably and her predictions going into semifinals.

FTW with Imad Khan: An Esports And Competitive Gaming Podcast
39: Undeniably Dying ft. Milan 'Striker' Švejda and Meg Kay

FTW with Imad Khan: An Esports And Competitive Gaming Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2020 21:58


With 100 Thieves unceremoniously exiting CSGO, it puts into question the survivability of the scene in North America. HLTV's Milan "Striker" Švejda joins the show to give his thoughts. And Worlds is underway in Shanghai. Reporter Meg Kay jumps on to give her thoughts on why North America failed so miserably and her predictions going into semifinals. 

The Balanced MomCast with Sandy Cooper
5 Questions to Ask Yourself When You Can't Hear God

The Balanced MomCast with Sandy Cooper

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2020 15:23


Throughout the Bible we see God speaking to His people: through prophets and disciples, through nature and circumstances, through His law and His spirit, and most profoundly through the living and breathing Word of God, Jesus Christ. Undeniably, God speaks. If we are not experiencing this beautiful and life-giving truth of Scripture in our own lives, then we should figure out why. So, today I'm giving you 5 questions to ask yourself when you can't hear God. 1. Am I seeking a relationship with God?  Or am I just seeking His provision or His direction?  2. Am I immersing myself in God's word? Or do I let days, weeks, or months to go by before I pick up my Bible? 3. Am I making room in my life for God to speak to me? Or am I constantly filling my mind with information and my days with activity? 4. Am I approaching God with a posture of humility? Or am I expecting God to speak to me on my terms? 5. Am I walking in obedience to what I already know to be true? Or has God already told me what to do and I haven't yet obeyed? The content of this episode is from my new book, Is the Voice in My Head God, or Just Me? Coming next week: Sometimes we can't hear God because He's not speaking! Learn some of the reasons God may not be saying anything.  Do you want to lead a group through this study? Do you want to go through a virtual study with me? To be the first to hear about these and all things related to the release of Is the Voice in My Head God, or Just Me? releases, click here My blog: thescooponbalance.com Follow me on Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest Note: I am currently on a social media hiatus   

Nick Flanagan, Weakly
You're Great, I'm OK

Nick Flanagan, Weakly

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2020 29:26


Nick took the week off and is shot out of a cannon in this one, pitter-pattering between the hairy week that was. Trump's debate, income taxes and illness come up. So does ADHD awareness month. So do some strange improvised tunes on the old reliable alligator keyboard. Undeniably classic episode of an undeniably classic podcast. Write NFW at weaklypodcast@gmail.com Support us at www.patreon.com/nickflanagan, www.ko-fi.com/nickflanagan Subscribe to the brand new podcast Nick is part of: https://t.co/fLRtztCGMo?amp=1

Smashing Heads Podcast
Wes Is Undeniably A Little Cocky (Fresh Meat 1 Ep. 4)

Smashing Heads Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2020 45:16


We are back with the recap for Fresh Meat 1 Ep. 4 and still don't have any clarity on who is worse overall, Danny or Johanna.Smashing Heads PodcastP. O. Box 3141Jackson, TN 38303Website:https://www.smashingheadspodcast.comPatreon:https://www.patreon.com/smashingheadspodcastMerch:https://www.smashingheadspodcast.com/storeThanks to all our Patrons so far: Aaron S., Austin D., Baker R., Becky, Bobbi Jo C., Brandi W., Brianne, Brittany R., Carol Z., Carrington C., Connie M., Connor R., Crystal, Cynthia H., Daileen G., Dawson I., Elda T., Greg H., Grimm, Hannah M., Heidi, Holeigh G., Holly, Idallys, Jalen S., Jamie R., JD, Jennifer A., Jeyyy, Jordyn P., Justee M., Kari S., Katelin S., Katie, Katherine V., Kayla, Kellie B., Kelsi C. Kelvin CHICO, Keri G., Kevin L., Lauren J., Lila, Lisa H., Liz, Logan H., Lola, Maggie, Maya K., Melvin B., Merrie R., Michele A., Mikey G., Neil D., Nicole, Nicole S., Nina B aka NEEEEENS, Noah C., Paul B., Paul S. aka Stat Man Paul, Paula, Rachael O. Rebecca F., Robert, Robyn, Ryan S., Sabra M., Samantha T., Sarah K., Saralyn F., Scott M., Sharon L., Shaun A., Shellye M., Sherif M., Tanner N., Tonya B., Tori C., Tricia B., Will C.

Podcast In Death
Eve & Roarke's DIY Family with Special Guest Suzanne Winslow

Podcast In Death

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 14, 2020 41:57


This week our special guest is contemporary romance author Suzanne Winslow. Suzanne has just released her debut book, Burned (Smoke and Fire Series Book 1). The book is very well written, and a sweet story about second chances and blended families. Suzanne is a fairly new reader of J.D. Robb’s “In Death” series, but has some great insights to share! We discuss how Eve and Roarke started their own families, first Roarke with Summerset, then Eve with Feeney and Mavis. Eve and Mavis’ relationship puzzles AJ…but it makes perfect sense to Suzanne. We all love Peabody, but who doesn’t? Jen feels like McNab is one of the most underrated characters of the series. Both Jen and Suzanne love Baxter, and may have to fight over him, while AJ much prefers Jake Kincaide, (but that’s a bit of a spoiler). Eve has a good mother figure in Mira, and we all love how Eve has a bit of a crush on Mr. Mira. For Roarke, the sad part is that he doesn’t seem to have many friends. he has Richard and Elizabeth, but they are not around much. So we’re so happy that Nora gave Roarke a whole big biological family in Ireland. We also all love Brian Kelly. We also talk about how their family circle is growing with Mavis and Leonardo’s daughter, Bella, and discuss the ever present question of “when are Eve and Roarke going to have a baby?” Suzanne brings up Summerset as Roarke’s father figure…the character we love to hate. Undeniably, Summerset and Roarke have a special and unbreakable bond. We do think that despite everything, Summerset and Eve really do like each other. After all, Eve did advocate for Summerset when he had a broken leg and wanted the cat. Jen as a lifelong Michigander, is thrilled to find out that Suzanne’s whole “Smoke and Fire” series is set in Grand Rapids, which is where Jen lives! AJ is in Southern California, and she and Suzanne talk about the gorgeous Temecula Valley wine country! Look for Suzanne’s next book, “Bailout,” to be released in January 2021 on Amazon. You can find Suzanne at: SuzanneWinslow.com, on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/AuthorSuzanneWinslow/, on Instagram at: https://www.instagram.com/suzannewinslowauthor/.

Podcast In Death
Eve and Roarke's DIY Family with Author Suzanne Winslow

Podcast In Death

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 14, 2020 41:57


This week our special guest is contemporary romance author Suzanne Winslow. Suzanne has just released her debut book, Burned (Smoke and Fire Series Book 1). The book is very well written, and a sweet story about second chances and blended families. We discuss how Eve and Roarke started their own families, first Roarke with Summerset, then Eve with Feeney and Mavis. Eve and Mavis' relationship puzzles AJ...but it makes perfect sense to Suzanne. We all love Peabody, but who doesn't? Jen feels like McNab is one of the most underrated characters of the series. Both Jen and Suzanne love Baxter, and may have to fight over him, while AJ much prefers Jake Kincaide, (but that's a bit of a spoiler). Eve has a good mother figure in Mira, and we all love how Eve has a bit of a crush on Mr. Mira. For Roarke, the sad part is that he doesn't seem to have many friends. he has Richard and Elizabeth, but they are not around much. So we're so happy that Nora gave Roarke a whole big biological family in Ireland. We also all love Brian Kelly. We also talk about how their family circle is growing with Mavis and Leonardo's daughter, Bella, and discuss the ever present question of "when are Eve and Roarke going to have a baby?" Suzanne brings up Summerset as Roarke's father figure...the character we love to hate. Undeniably, Summerset and Roarke have a special and unbreakable bond. We do think that despite everything, Summerset and Eve really do like each other. After all, Eve did advocate for Summerset when he had a broken leg and wanted the cat. Jen as a lifelong Michigander, is thrilled to find out that Suzanne's whole "Smoke and Fire" series is set in Grand Rapids, which is where Jen lives! AJ is in Southern California, and she and Suzanne talk about the gorgeous Temecula Valley wine country! Look for Suzanne's next book, "Bailout," to be released in January 2021 on Amazon. You can find Suzanne at: SuzanneWinslow.com, on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/AuthorSuzanneWinslow/, on Instagram at: https://www.instagram.com/suzannewinslowauthor/.

Podcast In Death
Episode 9: Eve and Roarke's DIY Family with Author Suzanne Winslow

Podcast In Death

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 14, 2020 41:57


This week our special guest is contemporary romance author Suzanne Winslow. Suzanne has just released her debut book, Burned (Smoke and Fire Series Book 1). The book is very well written, and a sweet story about second chances and blended families. We discuss how Eve and Roarke started their own families, first Roarke with Summerset, then Eve with Feeney and Mavis. Eve and Mavis' relationship puzzles AJ...but it makes perfect sense to Suzanne. We all love Peabody, but who doesn't? Jen feels like McNab is one of the most underrated characters of the series. Both Jen and Suzanne love Baxter, and may have to fight over him, while AJ much prefers Jake Kincaide, (but that's a bit of a spoiler). Eve has a good mother figure in Mira, and we all love how Eve has a bit of a crush on Mr. Mira. For Roarke, the sad part is that he doesn't seem to have many friends. he has Richard and Elizabeth, but they are not around much. So we're so happy that Nora gave Roarke a whole big biological family in Ireland. We also all love Brian Kelly. We also talk about how their family circle is growing with Mavis and Leonardo's daughter, Bella, and discuss the ever present question of "when are Eve and Roarke going to have a baby?" Suzanne brings up Summerset as Roarke's father figure...the character we love to hate. Undeniably, Summerset and Roarke have a special and unbreakable bond. We do think that despite everything, Summerset and Eve really do like each other. After all, Eve did advocate for Summerset when he had a broken leg and wanted the cat. Jen as a lifelong Michigander, is thrilled to find out that Suzanne's whole "Smoke and Fire" series is set in Grand Rapids, which is where Jen lives! AJ is in Southern California, and she and Suzanne talk about the gorgeous Temecula Valley wine country! Look for Suzanne's next book, "Bailout," to be released in January 2021 on Amazon. You can find Suzanne at: SuzanneWinslow.com, on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/AuthorSuzanneWinslow/, on Instagram at: https://www.instagram.com/suzannewinslowauthor/.

Wholesaling Inc
WIP 487: The Exact Action Steps You Need to Take to Land a $50k Deal

Wholesaling Inc

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2020 29:24


When you’re new to wholesaling, it’s easy to get into paralysis analysis. However, once you get out of that trap, there is no limit to what you can do! Today’s guest is a wholesaling newbie who just accomplished an impressive feat—he made $50k on his first wholesaling deal! John Greer is an incredible real estate investor and wholesaler from Colorado Springs. While his first two wholesaling deals fell through, he didn’t let it get to him and hinder him from giving wholesaling another go. Undeniably, it’s one of the best decisions he has made ever made. From there, John made another another awesome decision: he’ll venture into wholesaling full-time! In this episode, John shared the steps he took that has helped him land the lucrative $50k deal. If you’re a new wholesaler looking for your first ever deal, today’s episode is exactly what you need to hear! RESOURCES: Brent Daniels - Real Estate Coach on Youtube BiggerPockets Launch Control Batch Leads TTPdata.com ListSource Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert T. Kiyosaki TTP Cold Calling Training John's Email Address: iprogspg@gmail.com Contact information: 336-988-9654

Rhodes To Wealth
Financial Education For Children: Teaching Your Kids To Become Savers With Sam X Renick

Rhodes To Wealth

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 10, 2020 68:10


The best way to make your children understand the value of money when they grow up is to start teaching them about it young. Undeniably, this can be quite difficult for many parents out there. Besides the limited access, how can they bring their child to know the importance of handling their financials in a simple and effective way? Joshua Rhodes has the perfect guest for this topic in this episode. He sits down with Sam X Renick, the driving force behind Sammy Rabbit and Dream Big Club—both are dedicated to improving children's financial literacy and soft skills through a variety of channels. Here, Sam shares with us what those channels are and guides adults on how to work with children, know what lessons resonate best with them, and relay those with them. Habit formation-focused, he then discusses the ways you can teach your child to save not only money but beyond what it does. Tune into this great discussion to know more about making your family savers and smart spenders and leading your kids to a better future where they get more of what they want.

Wholesaling Inc
WIP 429: How to Do Real Estate Deals in ANY Market in the Country!

Wholesaling Inc

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2020 28:18


In the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, many people were asked to work from home. Undeniably, going virtual is considered the next best thing to working in the office. Can you apply the same principle to your wholesaling business? You’d be delighted to know the answer is a resounding YES! If truth be told, even before the pandemic hit, some people have been wholesaling virtually. And they've been very successful at it. In today’s episode, virtual wholesaling coach, Lauren Hardy, talked to one of the biggest (and most successful!) virtual wholesalers in the country—Tag Thompson! Tag is an economist, real estate investor, and successful entrepreneur. Prior to pursuing real estate investing full-time, he has started and sold 13 successful businesses. Since 2017, Tag has been operating in 7 different cities and have made over a million dollars in assignment fees! If you’re considering wholesaling virtually, you’ll get a clear insight about its basics in today’s episode. If anything, listening to today's show is a huge step in the right direction! RESOURCES: Wholesaling Inc - TTP Go Offer Tag on Facebook Tag on Instagram Virtual Investing Mastery

Wholesaling Inc
WIP 421: 4 Unusual Strategies Guaranteed to Explode Your Real Estate Results

Wholesaling Inc

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2020 24:44


Undeniably, when this COVID-19 pandemic started, no one anticipated how much impact it will have on businesses and the economy in general. If you’ve been complacent, you’re probably all stressed and anxious now, scrambling to find ways to keep the business afloat. Today’s remarkable guest however knows what it’s like to go from top to bottom and get knocked out (was left with $14 million in debt and had to file for bankruptcy at one point). The good thing is, the whole experience has also taught him how to prepare for business challenges of epic proportions and come out of it victorious! Billy Alvaro is the president of Max Returns Real Estate Investments and a coach at Flip Masters. He is also the host of Real Estate Investing Radio. The visionary, serial entrepreneur, and practitioner of the law of increase has started and built numerous real estate related organisations and has done over 11, 700 real estate transactions! In this episode, Billy candidly shared how he transformed his self, body, and mind to prepare for economic downturns, the shifts he did to adapt to the changing economic climate, and the mindset that has helped him stay on top of things. If you need expert, no-nonsense, and wise guidance as you navigate these trying times, this episode is for you! RESOURCES: Principles by Ray Dalio Zoom GMass The REI Sales Academy by John Martinez REI Radio Program Billy on Facebook Billy on Twitter Billy on Instagram Billy Alvaro's website