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Outer Limits Of Inner Truth
Spirits Unveiled with Michelle Welch

Outer Limits Of Inner Truth

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 28, 2023 41:54


Michelle Welch is a psychic medium, author, CEO, and mother of five. Welch is also a licensed attorney who employs her intuitive and psychic abilities to high profile court cases. She hosts the podcast SoulWhat on all listening platforms, youtube, and facebook. Welch also hosts Tarot Takeaways, a SoulTopia instagram series. She is the owner of the Northwest Tarot Symposium and The International Divination Event. She was born and raised in Longview Texas in a religious family of four. Because of her spiritual childhood she always had a relationship with angels, God, and other spiritual beings. Once she graduated she attended Texas A&M to receive her BBA in business. Subsequently, she attended Baylor Law School to become a licensed attorney. Through law she is able to utilize her intuitive abilities to easily pick juries. Michelle has appeared on CBS News, The Jenny McCarthy show, Coast to Coast, and many more. Most recently she has done book signings at the International New Age Trade Show in Denver, Colorado, and the American Librarian Association in DC. LINK: ---------------------- Spirits Unveiled: A Fresh Perspective on Angels, Guides Ghosts & More By Michelle Welch From ancestors and animal spirits to elementals and extraterrestrials, Spirits Unveiled presents an impressive variety of energetic beings and teaches you how to connect with them. Each chapter introduces a particular kind of spirit and provides an example of how to sense its presence, methods for identifying and connecting with it, and strategies for setting boundaries. Michelle Welch demystifies concepts and debunks misconceptions about different spirit beings, and she shares ideas for honoring them. Spirits Unveiled explores inspirational spirits like angels and spirit guides as well as scarier entities like ghosts and demons. You'll learn how to scry with elementals, connect with an ascended master, protect against psychic attacks, astral travel, and more. Featuring meditations, visualizations, and inspiring stories, this book helps boost your intuition and spiritual practice. LINK:

All THINGS HIP HOP EPISODE #1
EP #245 THE BEAT OF HIS OWN DRUM - ALVIN TAYLOR

All THINGS HIP HOP EPISODE #1

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 27, 2023 91:26


ALVIN TAYLOR Legendary Drummer, Musical Director, Producer Alvin has been a lover of drums since the age of five, and his professional career began at the age of fourteen, when he was discovered by, and toured with Little Richard. His most amazing experience came when he was invited to London by George Harrison (of the Beatles) to both live in his castle and to record the “33 1/3” album … and that album went platinum. Further evidence of Alvin's unique talent is his on-going list of credits and tours with other legendary artists such as: Elton John, Tina Turner, Bob Dylan, Bob Welch, Stevie Wonder, Natalie Cole, Gil Scott Heron, Diana Ross, Barry White, Sly Stone, Leo Sayer, Bill Withers, Andre' Crouch, Ronnie Woods, who is the guitarist with the Rolling Stones, and so many others. While working with Little Richard, Alvin played on the hit album “King of Rock & Roll.” He was then asked to join a band called PG&E (Pacific, Gas & Electric) with lead singer Charlie Allen and guitarist Steve Beckmeier. They went on to record a hit song called “Are You Ready” and also did a remake of the hit song“Stagger-Lee.” Billy Preston, also known as, the 5th Beatle and a Beatles' favorite, was initially responsible for Alvin's introduction to studio dates. Alvin went on to tour and record with Billy Preston on many occasions. He also recorded “I'm Just a Sucker For Your Love” with Tina Marie and Rick James. Shortly after that, Alvin's demand as a studio musician by the best producers in the music industry such as Robert Margouleff, Richard Perry, George Martin, the legendary Motown producer Frank Wilson and Norman Whitfield was relentless, and his calendar was never short of dates. He was a constant guest on hit musical television shows such as the Midnight Special, In Concert, Solid Gold, Don Kirshner's Rock Concert, The Real Don Steele and Soul Train. Alvin was then asked by Jerry Goldstein to play with the famous and long- standing group War. Goldstein produced, managed, and owned the group as well as the record label Avenue Records. Alvin turned down the offer, however, he then joined the Eric Burdon band. They recorded the albums, “Sun Secrets,” “Stop,” and a double album conceived for a movie sound track titled “Mirage.” He also did a world tour with the Eric Burdon Band. While Alvin was touring with Eric Burdon, an A&R man from Capitol Records named John Carter, one of Alvin's biggest fans, signed Bob Welch, the original guitarist with Fleetwood Mac, to a long-term contract with Capitol Records. He then asked Alvin to put a band together for Welch's album project. After Alvin listened to Welch's demos, he asked Carter, “Who are the musicians playing on the demo?” – Carter's response was “That is all Bob Welch, playing the bass, the keyboards and guitars.” Alvin then informed Carter that he had found a band that could do the recording for Bob Welch's solo album called “French Kiss.” That band consisted of Alvin Taylor and Bob Welch, featuring the hit single “Ebony Eyes,” and the album went gold and then platinum. This was the first tangible proof that Alvin has incredible musical direction and production skills in addition to his dynamic drumming talent. Today, he is still an active and passionate drummer, as well as a music director and producer. He continues to do miscellaneous dates and tours with various artists. He is currently working in pre-production as a musical director for a major television show. His life has been so enriched by his musical craft and astounding career as a successful artist, that he is now in the process of writing a book about his life story. He is always seeking to create and develop new artists, and he has a never-ending artistic mind and enduring love for music. MORE KELLY EXECUTIVE PRODUCER BROOKLYN CARDENAS

Volts
Fine, we're doing gas stoves

Volts

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 25, 2023 85:53


Earlier this month, gas stoves exploded into the news. Overnight, everyone had an opinion and Republican Congresspeople were threatening violence if jackbooted government thugs arrived to confiscate their stoves.A great deal of this gas stove discourse has been lamentably stupid, and some of it has been educational, but on all sides, there's just been a lot of it, so I thought it was worth doing a podcast trying to tease out the facts.To help with that I contacted the Sage Welch of Sunstone Strategies, a climate communications firm that's been supporting electrification policies since 2018. Welch has spent years tracking the science (which has been accumulating for decades), public opinion, and regulatory action on gas stoves. Together, we dig into how this controversy arose, the science informing it, how the politics are shaping up, and what it portends for the future of decarbonization. Get full access to Volts at www.volts.wtf/subscribe

The Fit Mom Podcast
22. Advocating for your Hormonal Health with Kristi Welch

The Fit Mom Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2023 24:44


On today's episode of The Fit Mom Podcast we welcome guest Kristi WelchKristi is a fitness & nutrition coach and owner of Truth2Transform, a 12 week fitness program where she teaches women how to lose weight and keep it off while finally also achieving food freedom (goodbye low calorie diets)  At 43 years old Kristi just found out this year that she's in early onset menopause.  When Kristi decided to get off birth control in 2019 she suddenly found herself in hormonal hell.    From brain fog to extreme mood swings, even to depression, she had never felt worse.   At that point Kristi got lab work, tried hundreds of dollars of supplements, gut health protocols, and lifestyle changes- to no avail.  Her depression deepened and she found herself at her complete rock bottom. Bio-identical hormone replacement therapy turned out to be the answer that she'd been looking for.  Join us on today's episode as Kristi explains the ins and outs of what she failed and succeeded at in this journey and how she felt along the way Kristi lives in Arkansas with her husband, Todd, their blended family of 4 teenagers and 2 doodle pups Find Kristi on Instagram @truth2transform Listen to Kristi's podcast: Not a Cheat Meal! Podcast wherever you listen to podcasts  Grab the FREE Guide: Roadmap to Food Freedom Grab the FREE Guide: Unpacking the Truth Learn more about coaching opportunities Grab the FREE 7 Simple Food Swaps GuideSubscribe to the show and listen to more episodes on Apple Podcasts or Spotify

Recipe for Greatness
Andy Welch - Seriously Low Carb Founder | Making A Product That Changes Lives

Recipe for Greatness

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2023 51:41


This week on the podcast we have Andy Welch, the founder of Seriously Low Carb, a company bringing you some of your favourite products such as bread, but low in carbohydrates and higher in protein.This is a wonderful example of someone with an idea, weaving their way through the ups and downs of a start-up business but having a deeper mission driving them to persevere through it to create a wonderful business that is changing people's lives.This is a wonderful listen so please, sit back and enjoy my conversation with Andy from Seriously Low CarbSupport the show

NET WORTHWHILE™ by SignatureFD
Ep #09: Navigating Inflation and Market Changes with Tony Welch

NET WORTHWHILE™ by SignatureFD

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2023 29:03


Many conversations seem to be about inflation lately. As such, we believe it's important to put things into perspective regarding what to do as prices increase and put added strain on small businesses. In this episode, Tony Welch, SignatureFD's Chief Investment Officer, joins the show to share his thoughts on the current inflation situation. He provides some insight into the current markets, lays out what may happen in the coming months, and gives some suggestions on how you can create a plan for your business. You can find show notes and more at: https://bit.ly/3iCNNUk  Disclosure: Travis York is the owner of Three and One Vet Advisors and a partner of SignatureFD. Three and One Vet Advisors is a veterinary consulting and strategic planning firm of which SignatureFD has no involvement or ownership. James Yost is a partner and wealth adviser at SignatureFD. SignatureFD is an investment adviser registered with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. Three and One Vet Advisors and SignatureFD are not affiliated. Mr. York provides all non-investment advisory services through Three and One Vet Advisors. The opinions of the guests and the contents of this podcast are intended to be educational only and should not be relied upon as investment, tax, business, or planning advice. You should consult with a professional advisor prior to taking any course of action that may impact you or your business.

Arroe Collins
Jenna Evans Welch Releases Spells For Lost Things

Arroe Collins

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2023 10:55


Love & Gelato meets The Opposite of Always in the poignant and romantic novel, SPELLS FOR LOST THINGS by Jenna Evans Welch. In this brand-new standalone novel, two teens try to find their place in the world after being unceremoniously dragged to Salem, Massachusetts, for the summer.Willow has never felt like she belonged anywhere and is convinced that the only way to find a true home is to travel the world. But her plans to act on her dream are put on hold when her aloof and often absent mother drags Willow to Salem, Massachusetts, to wrap up the affairs of an aunt Willow didn't even know she had. An aunt who may or may not have been a witch.There, she meets Mason, a loner who's always felt out of place and has been in and out of foster homes his entire life. He's been classified as one of the runaways, constantly searching for ways to make it back to his mom. If she can't take care of him, it's his job to try and take care of her. Right?Naturally pulled to one another, Willow and Mason set out across Salem to discover the secret past of Willow's mother, her aunt, and the ambiguous history of her family. During all of this, the two can't help but act on their natural connection. But with the amount of baggage between them—and Willow's growing conviction her family might be cursed—can they manage to hold onto each other?

Captain&Morgan
The Case of Albert Welch

Captain&Morgan

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2023 46:36


45 year old Albert Welch had lived in a council house in Cranborne Crescent in Potter's Bar, Middlesex with his wife Phyllis and 16-year-old son.  He worked worked on the railways as a railway electrician.Known to his work colleagues as Snakey, he was looking to move out of Potters Bar- though why it's unknown.Albert left his home in Cranborne Crescent and boarded a train to work.  That was the last time anyone saw him alive. Get bonus content on PatreonSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/crimepedia. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Arroe Collins
Jenna Evans Welch Releases Spells For Lost Things

Arroe Collins

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2023 10:55


Love & Gelato meets The Opposite of Always in the poignant and romantic novel, SPELLS FOR LOST THINGS by Jenna Evans Welch. In this brand-new standalone novel, two teens try to find their place in the world after being unceremoniously dragged to Salem, Massachusetts, for the summer.Willow has never felt like she belonged anywhere and is convinced that the only way to find a true home is to travel the world. But her plans to act on her dream are put on hold when her aloof and often absent mother drags Willow to Salem, Massachusetts, to wrap up the affairs of an aunt Willow didn't even know she had. An aunt who may or may not have been a witch.There, she meets Mason, a loner who's always felt out of place and has been in and out of foster homes his entire life. He's been classified as one of the runaways, constantly searching for ways to make it back to his mom. If she can't take care of him, it's his job to try and take care of her. Right?Naturally pulled to one another, Willow and Mason set out across Salem to discover the secret past of Willow's mother, her aunt, and the ambiguous history of her family. During all of this, the two can't help but act on their natural connection. But with the amount of baggage between them—and Willow's growing conviction her family might be cursed—can they manage to hold onto each other?

Arroe Collins
Jenna Evans Welch Releases Spells For Lost Things

Arroe Collins

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2023 10:55


Love & Gelato meets The Opposite of Always in the poignant and romantic novel, SPELLS FOR LOST THINGS by Jenna Evans Welch. In this brand-new standalone novel, two teens try to find their place in the world after being unceremoniously dragged to Salem, Massachusetts, for the summer.Willow has never felt like she belonged anywhere and is convinced that the only way to find a true home is to travel the world. But her plans to act on her dream are put on hold when her aloof and often absent mother drags Willow to Salem, Massachusetts, to wrap up the affairs of an aunt Willow didn't even know she had. An aunt who may or may not have been a witch.There, she meets Mason, a loner who's always felt out of place and has been in and out of foster homes his entire life. He's been classified as one of the runaways, constantly searching for ways to make it back to his mom. If she can't take care of him, it's his job to try and take care of her. Right?Naturally pulled to one another, Willow and Mason set out across Salem to discover the secret past of Willow's mother, her aunt, and the ambiguous history of her family. During all of this, the two can't help but act on their natural connection. But with the amount of baggage between them—and Willow's growing conviction her family might be cursed—can they manage to hold onto each other?

Due Diligence
Katie Welch — The CMO Role & Working With Selena Gomez

Due Diligence

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2023 40:19


Katie Welch is the CMO of Rare Beauty, one of the most beloved beauty brands to have launched in recent years (and certainly one of the most popular celebrity brands if my TikTok comments are any indication). She was also the CMO of Hourglass Cosmetics and before that worked both in CPG and on the agency side gaining a reputation as a talented marketer and brand storyteller. Katie is also active on TikTok where she shares career advice & tips on how to break into beauty to an audience of 86K+ followers. In this episode we discuss: What is a CMO? What the best CMOs do skillfully Brand marketing vs. product marketing vs. consumer marketing What it's like to work with Selena Gomez Why Katie said yes to joining Rare Beauty in 2019 How Rare Beauty launched during a pandemic in 2020 Why knowing your "why" as a brand is the key to success The advice Katie would give her 22-year-old self You can follow Katie on TikTok here

KERNIG
#42 Ein Feuerwerk der Gefühle

KERNIG

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2023 23:08


Liebe Freunde des guten Geschmacks, happy Friday und herzlich willkommen zur 42. Episode „Kernig“. Mensch, hömma, 2 Jahre Kernig. Welch ein Feuerwerk der Gefühle. Es wird sentimental. Wir haben gelacht, geweint, es wurde Champagner getrunken, in alten Zeiten geschwelgt und über das, was noch kommt philosophiert. Lukas ist auf Joko's Spuren in Singapur unterwegs und probiert herauszufinden, warum es für Joko jetzt die "Verbotene Stadt" ist. Die Frage des Böllerverbots wird endlich geklärt und politisch ausdiskutiert. Alles gesagt. Hossa!

NASCAR Live
NASCAR LIVE 1-10-23 : Dillon Welch, Parker Kligerman

NASCAR Live

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2023 52:15 Very Popular


NASCAR season doesn't get going for another month, but one of the most prestigious races in motorsports is being ran this week. The Chili Bowl Nationals are a week-long event in Tulsa, Oklahoma and one of our own is participating as a driver. Dillon Welch joins Steve Post on the show to discuss why he still runs this event and why it is such a big deal. Dillon and Steve also join us for another segment to get you ready for the 2023 NASCAR slate. Parker Kligerman going full-time racing in the Xfinity Series will be a storyline to watch all year and he joined our Jason Toy to discuss the opportunity. We also continue our Daytona 500 flashbacks with the 1983 edition of the Great American Race. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Trackside Podcast
Kevin and Curt discuss Andretti and Cadillac, visit with Dillon Welch, Rahal Letterman Lanigan COO Steve Eriksen and Podium Life's Daniel Incandela

Trackside Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2023 90:13


Tonight on Trackside, Kevin Lee and Curt Cavin open the show with the gaining steam of Andretti Autosport's bid to join Formula 1. Kevin and Curt discuss the response from Formula 1 on the news that Andretti is partnering with Cadillac and General Motors. Why is there pushback? Why does it threaten the F1 hierarchy as it currently stands? Kevin and Curt break it down and extend the conversation to the relationship between IndyCar and Formula 1. Then, the show turns to driver developments, the seeming inevitability of Takuma Sato running ovals for Chip Ganassi Racing and how money impacts development drivers and filled seats.  In the second hour, Kevin is joined by Dillon Welch from the Chili Bowl in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Dillon joins the show as Trackside's event correspondent and participating driver to discuss what's going on in Tulsa and what makes the Chili Bowl so unique. Welch breaks down how the preliminary races work and how difficult it is to qualify for the main race at the end of the week. After the conversation with Welch, Kevin and Curt continue discussing the Chili Bowl, Will Power racing in Rolex 24 and other news of the day. Then, Rahal Letterman Lanigan COO Steve Eriksen joins the show having just joined RLL Racing as part of a restructuring in the leadership of the team. Eriksen and Curt discuss his new role and what the team has to offer. Eriksen details the workflow of his new job and how to take RLL to the next level.  To round out the show, Daniel Incandela joins to discuss Podium Life, another place for racing fans to partake in stories, media and content around motorsports. Incandela discusses what Podium Life is and how he returned to the world of racing.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

How I Made it in Marketing
Corporate Marketing: Feedback is respect (episode #44)

How I Made it in Marketing

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2023 52:39 Transcription Available


“Encapsulate the essence of the offer in the top four inches of the page,” Flint McGlaughlin teaches in Above-the-Fold Strategy: 4 ways to write powerful sub-headlines (https://meclabs.com/course/sessions/above-the-fold-strategy/). And this essence should inform your entire funnel, from initial ad to final conversion.I was reminded of this quote when our guest shared the lesson “PR and storytelling come first” – essentially, the story should be the essence of your campaign, and kickoff the campaign as well as inform its downstream messaging – so I asked him about it. You can hear how he responded, along with many more lesson-filled stories (and even the first-ever How I Made It In Marketing rap), when you listen to this episode with Lucas Welch, Vice President Corporate Marketing, Highspot (https://www.highspot.com/).Welch manages a team of 14 people and four agencies and oversees a $3 million budget.Highspot has raised $650 million in venture capital funding since launching in 2012. Most recently, the company closed a Series F round that valued the company at $3.5 billion. It has millions of users around the world.Stories (with lessons) about what he made in marketingThe power of integrated storytelling and communityFeedback is respectBring your whole personality into workPR and storytelling come firstBuild genuine connections that uplift all involvedLearn it allRelated content mentioned in this episodeAbove-the-Fold Strategy: 4 ways to write powerful sub-headlines (https://meclabs.com/course/sessions/above-the-fold-strategy/)About this podcastThis podcast is not about marketing – it is about the marketer. It draws its inspiration from the Flint McGlaughlin quote, “The key to transformative marketing is a transformed marketer” from the Become a Marketer-Philosopher: Create and optimize high-converting webpages (https://meclabs.com/course/) free digital marketing course.Get more episodesTo receive future episodes of How I Made It In Marketing, sign up to the MarketingSherpa email newsletter at https://marketingsherpa.com/newslettersApply to be a guestIf you would like to apply to be a guest on How I Made It In Marketing, here is the podcast guest application – https://www.marketingsherpa.com/page/podcast-guest-application

Good Girl Gone Boss
Gone Boss: Jackie Welch

Good Girl Gone Boss

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 24:54


On this episode of Gone Boss we talk with Jackie Welch, Vice President of Business & Community Development for Randolph County United.  This episode is sponsored by Shafer Leadership Academy. 

Boston Public Radio Podcast
BPR Full Show: On the Block

Boston Public Radio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 162:13


Today on Boston Public Radio: We began the show by talking with listeners about confidential documents found at President Joe Biden's former office he used as Vice President. Trenni Casey talked about Buffalo Bills player Damar Hamlin's recovery after collapsing during a Bills-Bengals game in early January, and a disappointing season for the Patriots. Casey is an anchor and reporter for NBC Sports Boston. Carol Rose shared her analysis of Gov. Maura Healey's promise to not claim exemption to public records laws, and new Barnstable Sheriff Donna Buckley ending the County Sheriff's Office's enforcement agreement with ICE. Rose is the executive director for the American Civil Liberties Union of Massachusetts. Laurent Richard discussed “Global Spyware Scandal: Exposing Pegasus,” a new two-part FRONTLINE and Forbidden Stories documentary exploring how NSO Group's Pegasus spyware has been employed to target journalists, activists, and dissidents. Richard is a producer of Frontline's latest two-part series “Global Spyware Scandal: Exposing Pegasus.” The second part airs on GBH 2 Tuesday, Jan. 10, at 10 p.m., and you can stream both parts on PBS Passport. Jordan Knight and Vance Welch talked about the reopening of their Milton restaurant, Novara, and life with New Kids on the Block. Knight was a member of New Kids On the Block. Welch is a restaurateur. They recently reopened their joint venture, Novara, in Milton. John King updated us on the latest political headlines, focusing on confidential documents found at President Joe Biden's former office. King is CNN's Chief National Correspondent, and host of “Inside Politics,” which airs weekdays at noon. We ended the show by talking with listeners about whether picking when to eat is a barrier to health.

The Murder Mamas
The Welch Girls Disapperanace

The Murder Mamas

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 52:37


In the early morning hours on December 30, 1999 passerbys called the police to report a fire at the Freeman farm. When the police arrived they found a trailer engulfed in flames.The crime that took place would lead to Ashley Freeman and Lauria Bible, 16 year old best friends, going missing. Their disappearance would take almost two decades to solve despite the police having the evidence in their possession for nearly the entire time of their disappearance.   Join the discussion on:Instagram @themurdermamasTwitter @themurdermamas    Facebook group - The M MamasEmail themurdermamas@gmail.com Support the show by joining our Patreon and leaving a rating or review!  Sources: Wikipediahttps://charleyproject.org/case/ashley-renae-freemanhttps://charleyproject.org/case/lauria-jaylene-biblehttps://tulsaworld.com/news/local/history/timeline-welch-girls-ashley-freeman-and-lauria-bible-go-missing-on-this-day-in-1999/collection_df628a6a-68cc-11ec-85be-3fe4ce5bab26.html#44https://tulsaworld.com/news/local/two-girls-went-missing-from-welch-almost-two-decades-ago/article_81c1129a-f42d-5790-9430-431473c1219c.html?_gl=1*1rmkgzu*_ga*MTgwMzAwNDY3OC4xNjcyOTU3MDcy*_ga_J7X41HHE8M*MTY3Mjk2MzkwMi4yLjEuMTY3Mjk2NjA4OC43LjAuMA..#tncms-source=loginSupport the show

1000 Days Sober Podcast
A Sober Journey: A Conversation With Anna Welch

1000 Days Sober Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2023 78:18


This week's guest is Anna Welch.    Anna, from Tulsa, Oklahoma, has been a STRIVER for almost five years, and I invited her onto the show to share her journey. Since joining STRIVE, Anna has learned to be someone who doesn't drink alcohol and to live more consciously. She is a leader within the STRIVE community, at her place of work, and, of course, in her home in her role as wife and mother.    In this episode, we talk about the difficulty in joining communities like STRIVE because of the shame associated with having alcohol dependency, what ‘doing the work' looks like for Anna and her relationship with God.   You'll find the 1000 Days Sober Podcast on all the major platforms. The video of the conversation is available here.    If you found this episode useful or want to send some love to Anna, respond below via DM or email to thestrivemethod@gmail.com. If you want to learn more about the work we do at STRIVE, then use the same routes, and we will respond ASAP.   

Songwriters Across Texas
Dustin Welch: 'Born On A Cold Winter Solstice'

Songwriters Across Texas

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2023 41:56


Songwriting bloodliner, Dustin Welch, talks about his poetic upbringing with father Kevin Welch, Oklahoma / Osage Tribe / Tennessee Mythology, his Nashville education, Justin Townes Earle's The Swindlers, The Scotch Greens, Austin magic and Soldier Songs and Voices. Recorded at Arlyn Studios and hosted by Karl Anderson. 

Under Pressure Podcast
The Future Of Construction w/Jimmy Welch

Under Pressure Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2023 18:54


This week, Jake and Brad are joined by Jimmy Welch, who is representing CETA as the Technical Director. Jimmy is here today to discuss the future of construction. Tune into an episode you will NOT want to miss! Go to CETA.org for more information   If you own a home service company that accepts credit cards from customers, reach out to our sponsor Pair Payments to learn how to increase your profitability by eliminating your merchant processing fees! Visit www.pairpayments.com to learn more.

Marietta Daily Journal Podcast
Cobb boy who died in frozen lake called a hero for rescuing friend

Marietta Daily Journal Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2023 11:12


The 16-year-old who died after falling into a partially frozen lake in Kennesaw last week has been hailed as a hero by his family, who said he died after trying to save a friend from the icy waters. The teen who died was identified as Koren Troy Brooks on social media, where his aunt paid tribute to him. Brandy Wells, Brooks' aunt, called her nephew a hero on Facebook, sharing a GoFundMe page she created to benefit her sister. As of late afternoon Tuesday, the fundraiser had raised nearly $16,000. Brooks was a junior at Kennesaw Mountain High School, according to Wells. A Kennesaw Police Department report provides new details about the sequence of events which led to Brooks' death on Wednesday, December 28. A KPD officer who was first on scene wrote that he arrived at Ellison Lake off Cobb Parkway around 5:10 p.m. There, he observed a juvenile male clinging to broken ice and calling for help about 25 yards from the shoreline. After removing police gear, the officer carefully ventured out onto the ice, making it about 15 yards before it began cracking. By that point, another officer and a sergeant had retrieved a garden hose from a nearby townhome. The officers on the shore threw the hose to the KPD officer, who in turn threw it to the juvenile, and he was pulled onto the ice and back to the shore. That juvenile, also 16, was taken to Wellstar Kennestone Hospital and survived. Once out of the water, the juvenile told police another juvenile male, Brooks, was still in the water. The KPD officer ventured back out onto the ice, “to about the same spot as before,” before the ice cracked, and the officer fell in the water. The officer was unable to continue his search as the cold water took his breath away. Cobb Fire arrived on scene shortly thereafter and began rescue operations. The fire department previously said that Brooks was not pulled from the water until about 6:50 p.m., roughly an hour and 40 minutes after the first officers arrived on scene.  The West Cobb Senior Center, one of the three county facilities damaged during last week's freezing temperatures, partially reopened Wednesday. Two other facilities will remain closed for the time being after suffering water damage from burst pipes. The West Cobb Senior Center, C. Freeman Poole Senior Center, and Vinings library branch were all damaged during Christmas weekend when temperatures dropped into the teens. The C. Freeman Poole Senior Center is expected to reopen in mid-March, the county said on social media, with its winter quarter classes canceled. Meanwhile, the Vinings library remains closed indefinitely. Patrons with pickup items at the Vinings branch can retrieve them at the Lewis A. Ray Library in Smyrna.  Cobb County's population grew by one a few hours into the new year. Tyler and Lillian Tate welcomed a 7-pound, 15-ounce boy, Aiden, who was born Sunday at 5:09 a.m. at Wellstar Kennestone Regional Medical Center in Marietta, according to a news release. Baby Aiden, however, was not the first child of 2023 to be born in the Marietta-based health system, which includes nine hospitals in seven counties. That distinction goes to Kaylor Lane, a girl who arrived at 2:02 a.m. at Wellstar West Georgia Medical Center in LaGrange. The 7-pound, 14-ounce baby was born to parents Kaci Fowler and Cam Cobb. Florida safety Rashad Torrence II found playing time as soon as he stepped on campus in 2020. For the last two years, the former Marietta High School standout has been a starter in the Gators' defensive backfield, and he wrapped up the 2022 season by making eight tackles against Oregon State in the Las Vegas Bowl last month. Over the holiday weekend, the 6-foot, 202-pound Torrence decided to make that his final college football game. With up to two years of eligibility remaining, he decided forego them and enter his name into the NFL draft. He made the announcement on social media. Torrence led Florida in tackles this year with 84, including 50 solo. He also had a forced fumble, fumble recovery and a pass breakup, and he had three double-digit tackle games, including a season-high 13 against Tennessee and 11 against Georgia. For his career, Torrence started 28 games over three seasons. He finished with 196 tackles, including 111 solo, as well as three interceptions, two fumble recoveries and six passes defended. The consensus of the draft websites has Torrence as a late second- or early third-day selection, going between the third and fifth rounds. Torrence also becomes the second former Blue Devil to declare for the draft this year, joining LSU linebacker BJ Ojulari. If both are selected, they would join New York Giants linebacker Azeez Ojulari, giving Marietta three players in the NFL.  The profile of a major road project is starting to take shape. Along Windy Hill Road from South Cobb Drive to Atlanta Road, workers are carving out a channel through which new express lanes will be built, meant to spirit commuters along the east-west artery. Above grade, existing lanes will one day be converted to one-way “frontage roads,” with slower speeds and better pedestrian access. The road, a major thoroughfare, links to Interstate 75 in the east and becomes Macland Road in west Cobb. The Windy Hill Boulevard project, a $55 million makeover along a roughly mile-long section that runs through Smyrna, is jointly funded by the city and Cobb County, and began in February 2020. The MDJ previously reported the city expects construction to finish after the originally scheduled end date of May 2023. The city was not able to provide an estimated completion date Tuesday, but longtime Councilman Charles “Corkey” Welch said the wait will be worth it. Welch said he's supported the project from the beginning despite it being “plagued” with issues, such as difficulties moving utilities, inflation in the cost of building materials, and weather delays. An Atlanta man who escaped from law enforcement custody in October has been apprehended again. Authorities allege that Deontavious Robertson escaped from custody on October 12, fleeing on foot from a Mableton apartment where he had been detained by Cobb County sheriff's deputies. Police searched for Robertson for hours, putting nearby City View Elementary on lockdown, according to arrest warrants. While that search was unsuccessful, Robertson was eventually arrested last Friday and booked into the Cobb County jail, according to jail records. According to warrants for his arrest, Cobb sheriff's deputies encountered Robertson on October 12 while serving an eviction at the Mableton Ridge apartment complex off Mableton Parkway. Robertson, who was found sleeping in the master bedroom, told deputies he was staying there with his girlfriend. Deputies found a loaded 9 mm pistol on a shelf in a closet, after Robertson and his girlfriend had said there were no weapons in the apartment, per the warrants. Robertson is accused in warrants of providing a fake name and date of birth to the deputies. He did, however, admit that “he had served time in prison, thereby violating,” state law, which prohibits convicted felons from possessing guns. Deputies subsequently handcuffed Robertson. They were awaiting the arrival of a mobile fingerprint scanner to identify him when he “suddenly jumped up and began running from the scene,” according to the warrants. Deputies chased Robertson but were unsuccessful in locating him. Cobb police assisted in a roughly two-hour search, using dogs and drones, per the warrants. City View Elementary, just around the corner, was placed on lockdown. While the initial search was unsuccessful, investigators were able to learn Robertson's identity, according to the warrants, and discovered he also had warrants out of Fulton County and Warren County, both for probation violation. #CobbCounty #Georgia #LocalNews      -            -            -            -            -            The Marietta Daily Journal Podcast is local news for Marietta, Kennesaw, Smyrna, and all of Cobb County.             Subscribe today, so you don't miss an episode! MDJOnline            Register Here for your essential digital news.            https://www.chattahoocheetech.edu/  https://cuofga.org/ https://www.esogrepair.com/ https://www.drakerealty.com/           Find additional episodes of the MDJ Podcast here.             This Podcast was produced and published for the Marietta Daily Journal and MDJ Online by BG Ad Group   For more information be sure to visit https://www.bgpodcastnetwork.com                See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Crosspoint Church - Clemson, SC
Our Priest and Offering [Thomas Welch]

Crosspoint Church - Clemson, SC

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2023 88:35


God provides atonement for sinners through Jesus our priest and offering.

Shadow Warrior by Rajeev Srinivasan
Ep. 83: The FTX saga, and the many implosions in the US, especially in Big Tech

Shadow Warrior by Rajeev Srinivasan

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2023 17:26


A version of this essay was published by firstpost.com at https://www.firstpost.com/world/ftx-saga-and-many-implosions-in-us-especially-in-big-tech-11709111.htmlElizabeth Holmes, the formerly celebrated founder of Theranos, got hit with a jail term of 11 years, according to the Wall Street Journal. That was a startling end to what looked at one time like a huge Silicon Valley success story.But it was not the only Big Tech or big company story. The following stories also come from the WSJ:Along with these, there have been stories about massive layoffs: Meta axes 13% of its workforce, or about 11,000 people; Amazon lays off 10,000 staff, mostly those in core areas such as engineering and marketing; and Google (Alphabet) is under pressure from activist investor TCI to do much the same for cost-cutting reasons. All this may add up to a “techno-winter” (if not a general recession), one might think; surely the “crypto-winter” is already in progress. But is that really true? I believe there are three separate things going on, and it does not make sense to mingle all of them and seek solutions. The first is just plain old-fashioned grift; the second is the normal churn in business models; and the third is whether crypto makes sense.There are always major scams in the US: examples include Enron, Bernie Madoff, and the Lehman Brothers meltdown. There is the spectacle of supposedly sensible people (e.g. bankers and venture capitalists) being completely bamboozled by a smooth-talking person with a spreadsheet, with the result that lots of investor's (and taxpayers') money goes down the drain.Elizabeth Holmes seems to have hoodwinked the whos-who of not only Silicon Valley's VCs, but also name-brand politicians and captains of industry and got them on her board of directors. I mean, George Schulz and Henry Kissinger: it doesn't get any bigger than this. Exactly what did these luminaries see in the company? Some earth-shaking vision, I suppose. To be honest, I too wondered if Theranos did have a really disruptive technology that would upend the market for diagnostic blood tests. But after an expose in Bad Blood by a WSJ reporter, it was clear that the company was really a house of cards (see my column on this in Open Magazine, where I explored, among other things, Holmes' ‘reality distortion field').It is now clear that Theranos was a scam built up by Holmes and her then-boyfriend, Ramesh ‘Sunny' Balwani, a Pakistani-American entrepreneur who was much older than her, who was also president of the company. Holmes got sentenced to 11 years, Balwani got 13. Bernie Madoff, and Jeff Epstein also got long sentences. Bernie Madoff is a champion of sorts, for he ran the largest Ponzi scheme in history: $64 billion.Now Sam Bankman-Fried is giving Madoff a run for his money. His crypto exchange, FTX, valued at $32 billion just a fortnight ago, is worth virtually nothing at this time, and billions of dollars worth of customers' money has… disappeared. John Ray III, the lawyer brought in to clean up FTX during bankruptcy proceedings (ironically the same person who did the Enron clean-up), said he couldn't believe the ‘unprecedented mess' he found there. The point is that despite all the fuss about crypto-currency, it is increasingly evident that Sam Bankman-Fried ran an old-fashioned fraud: “pump and dump”. The crypto bit was merely window-dressing to give sex appeal to the whole gig. And it worked, too. Major investors like the blue-chip VC firm Sequoia Capital were so thoroughly taken in that the purported reactions of their partners is simply astonishing, if true. Here's a screenshot of an alleged Sequoia memo. There's worse: another tweet purports to show that two partners, a male and a female, reported being sexually aroused on hearing Bankman-Fried's pitch about FTX's world-beating vision to control all money (it is too embarrassing and too crude to quote):Is crypto a scam? Stephen Diehl, author of Popping the Crypto Bubble says so in this interview with the Financial Times. He calls post-2016 crypto the Grifter Era, and that's not far from the truth. It's like the carpetbaggers have arrived and set up shop. I am personally of the opinion that crypto may have some value, only that the killer apps haven't been dreamt up yet; I do believe the underlying blockchains are useful, although successful rollouts and use cases are still too few.But the point is that the FTX meltdown has relatively little to do with crypto per se. It was just a device to dress up a rather standard, old-fashioned fraud or Ponzi scheme. We have seen this sort of thing going even way back: remember the Dutch Tulip Bubble, and the South Seas Bubble. You have fast-talking hucksters hoodwinking gullible investors, who lose their shirts.It would be unfair to blame crypto for the greed and indiscipline shown by the FTX founder, or the lack of governance and regulatory control which let insiders essentially loot investor funds. For example, here's Bankman-Fried and Nishad Singh plundering away:The other angle that's remarkable is the fact that the meltdown happened just days after the US midterm elections. Coincidence? Hard to believe, because Sam Bankman-Fried had been a major donor to the Democratic party: he donated some $30 million directly to them, and then perhaps a few hundred million to the ecosystem around the Democratic party, especially the media. Said media then lionized Bankman-Fried beyond all reason, as though he were some messiah.Once again, the media, sadly, is not covering itself with glory. They didn't do any investigative journalism; and now that the skeletons are tumbling out of the closet, they should be kicking themselves for having missed out on a juicy story. But the omerta of left-leaning, ideological journalists is a wonder to behold. This is what the WaPo is worried about now? Not fraud?The ‘effective altruism' school of thought that SBF (Sam Bankman-Fried's handle) allegedly espoused is probably another scam, even though it's dressed up in fashionable ESG and DIE memes.Sam Bankman-Fried was the second-biggest donor to the Democratic party before the 2022 midterms (George Soros was the biggest). The website Gateway Pundit quoting someone else (ok, they might have a beef with Democrats anyway, so take it with a pinch of salt) paints a staggering picture of SBF's political and government connections, which is in itself highly suspicious. All this cannot be mere coincidence. Did SBF materially affect the midterm election results? I hope the Republican-controlled House of Representatives will launch an investigation. Frankly this smells like a Deep State operation. I am sure there is a Ukraine angle as well. More generally, is the US business model facing a crisis? ‘Greed is good', declared Gordon Gekko in Wall Street. Does modern corporate greed have an origin? In this interview with the Stanford Business School, David Gelles, author of The Man Who Broke Capitalism squarely blames ‘Neutron' Jack Welch of GE for what he claims is a toxic culture of profit at all cost in US corporations. That may or may not be fair to Welch, but anyway slash-and-burn, as well as short-termism and ideological metastasis seem to be the watchwords of many US CEOs these days.It would be difficult to accuse Elon Musk of seeking undue profit in his $44 billion acquisition of Twitter, which probably is worth much less than that sum just weeks after Musk took it over. But the issue there is, as is probably the case with Disney too, that there is too much ideology permeating the firm. Disney's recently fired CEO was seriously into woke causes. What Musk has done is to sweep away the wokeness in Twitter, thereby possibly allowing it to fulfill its purported role of ‘digital town square'. Under the previous dispensation, it had become basically a far-left bubble, because anybody who didn't fit into their world-view was simply deplatformed, defenestrated, silenced, censored: the very antithesis of Freedom of Speech. I published this podcast long ago about how the explicit silencing of TrueIndology was a watershed event in the suppression of online speech in India. Shadow banning, reduction of followers, and other malign acts were common against anybody that the Twitter powers-that-be didn't consider to fit their views, which in India meant anti-Hindu perspectives. Despite all the noise in the media about how Twitter has gone down the drain, it is entirely possible that Musk will not run it into the ground. Advertisers who are now staying away will most likely return. The savage layoffs don't seem to have materially affected the actual performance of Twitter on the ground, as it were: so was there a lot of waste? Wokes are known to live well off Other People's Money, as in the very case of FTX (in the Bahamas), per the WSJ.I am betting that Elon Musk will be able to return Twitter to some semblance of a business model, not run it in the ground. After all, the platform does offer value to its subscribers, even long-suffering shadow-ban victims such as me (I have often found people I've never heard of have blocked me: I am apparently on mass-blocking lists) still find it useful.It is not clear, though, if the ‘greed at all costs' attitude of US business will survive. It is clear, for instance, that they have surrendered America's industrial capacity to China in the last 30 years, all in return for short-term profits from the ‘China price'. This is suicidal in the long run, as they are beginning to now realize. There has to be some introspection.It may be too grand to claim that Western business will now go through a sea-change, a once-in-a-generation shift to something more accountable to national interests. This is especially hard when the Deep State is so ascendant, and its friends in the military-industrial-complex thrive on war in Other People's Countries.But these woes are coming at the very time that we are seeing the limits of globalization and to the excesses of Wall Street and Silicon Valley VCs. The US business community, and regulators, should consider FTX and Theranos to be canaries in the coalmine: there are useful lessons in their failures.1675 words, 22 Nov 2022.  This is a public episode. If you would like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit rajeevsrinivasan.substack.com

The Matt McNeil Show - AM950 The Progressive Voice of Minnesota
Matt’s Holiday Interviews: Matthew Welch, Minneapolis Institute of Arts

The Matt McNeil Show - AM950 The Progressive Voice of Minnesota

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2022 21:49


Matthew Welch, Mia's deputy director and chief curator played a key role in pinpointing the museum's strategic vision.

Cults, Crimes, and Cabernet
Ashley Freeman & Lauria Bible

Cults, Crimes, and Cabernet

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2022 16:26


A house fire, double homicide and two missing teenagers plague a small town of Welch, Oklahoma. What happened inside that mobile home that fateful night and where are the teenage girls? One conviction and still no answers for a family wanting their daughter to be returned to them. What happened to Ashley Freeman & Lauria Bible?#bringthemhomefortheholidays #missing #unsolved#unsolvedmystery #missingchild#cultscrimesandcabernet

Mi Duole Cycling Podcast
”King of PC Loop” with Ryan Welch

Mi Duole Cycling Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2022 73:26


If you ask Ryan's oldest son, Oliver, what he is doing at any given time, he is probably racing toy cars yelling out “I am speed!” The apple must not fall very far from the tree there, as Ryan is usually doing the exact same thing- just trade the toy car for a bike!  Affectionately called “the golden boy” by his family, Ryan is the epitome of kindness, joy, and positivity. He grew up in Salt Lake City and went to Olympus High School. After graduating he served a mission in Bolivia where he developed a healthy fear of needles and a deep love of Spanish music. He obtained his Bachelors Degree and Masters of Accounting from the University of Utah. During college he traveled all over the place, searching every corner of the world looking for something high to jump off of, a mountain to scale the side of, or giant party to attend. He is a CPA, and now works as a financial analyst at Lucid Software.  He met his wife Ellen after seeing a picture of her online and insisting that her roommate set them up, despite the fact that she had a boyfriend at the time. Not long after that they were married in a small wedding ceremony in Paris. They have two boys, Oliver and Tommy, who absolutely adore Ryan. He is a die hard Utah Football fan, despite being married to a die hard BYU football fan. The perfect way to describe him is like a golden retriever- full of energy, a friend to every person he meets, easy to please, and always happy.  Ryan has never met a canyon he didn't want to climb, a mountain he didn't want to ski, a truck he didn't want to take off roading, or a race he didn't want to win.  After being introduced to cycling in college, he quickly developed a healthy obsession. His highly competitive nature mixed with his grit and determination have given him an impressive start to what will surely be a lifelong career in cycling. He was introduced to Mi Duole early in his cycling journey, and has found a community he absolutely loves being a part of! He's been involved in many races, including 3 Lotojas. Most recently, he pulled off an insane Lotoja win, despite spending his entire summer training with a newborn at home.  Most early mornings you can find Ryan in the saddle, climbing mountains and putting in the work, and still always being home in time to whip up his famous French Toast. 

SoulWhat
Live Readings for December

SoulWhat

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2022 64:26


It's time to close out the month (and year!) with a whole show of live readings! Submit your questions in the comments. We'll be checking the SoulWhat Facebook page first, so be sure to comment there!Roger and Michelle will be doing quick readings for as many people as we can, so please be patient and we'll do our best to get to you!You can also listen to SoulWhat on @MichelleSoulTopia YouTube, iHeart Radio, iTunes, Spotify and Google Podcast.

Project Chatter Podcast
S6E149: Five Levers for Change with Tony Welch

Project Chatter Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2022 84:37


In this week's pod, we were joined by Tony Welch to discuss the five levers for change. Following a career in the Royal Navy, Tony has had a wide and varied career in industry, rooted in project controls, assurance and programme management. He has operated at the senior executive level and has a track record of business/programme turnarounds, transformational change and performance improvement. Military and civilian careers have provided business, profit and loss and programme management experience in defence and aerospace, information technology/systems and transportation. The main topics we discussed on the podcast were as follows: Five Levers for change Lever 1: Anticipation and continuity Lever 2: Empowering to deliver Lever 3: Supporting teams Lever 4: Transversal learning Lever 5: Attracting and recognising Businesses are more open to changing their ways of working following the pandemic. People are also working more flexibly which is enabling internal mobility within organisations Anticipating learning and development needs is difficult when trying to implement training across a multi-national organization. It is important to work with Project Management associations and assess competencies across an industry benchmark Peer reviews of projects from a technical and project management perspective should take place throughout the project life-cycle as opposed to only being performed when a project is in difficulty Operational leadership is about creating an environment that is challenging but supportive Task, team, organization – people work for people not organisations For more information, blogs or to support our charities visit www.projectchatterpodcast.com If you'd like to sponsor the podcast get in touch via our website. You can also leave us a voice message via our anchor page and let us know if there's something or someone specific that you would like on the podcast. Proudly sponsored by: JustDo - https://www.justdo.com/ InEight - https://ineight.com/ Stay safe, be disruptive and have fun doing it! #ProjectManagement #PMO #ProjectControls #Leadership #Culture #ProjectCertifications --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/project-chatter-podcast/message

Desde los Territorios
Desde Los Territorios: Una Mirada a MId-America ( El territorio de donde Salio Memphis)

Desde los Territorios

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2022 32:17


Esta semana en el Podcast miramos al territorio de Mid-America el territorio de donde eventualmente salio el territorio de Memphis.Entre los temas que tocaremos estan los siguientes: Cuando fue fundada. El apellido Welch en el sur de los Estados Unidos. Que Luchadores pasaron por el territorio Los creadores del Estilo Sureno Reputacion del Territorio Chrsitine Jarrett La entrada de Jerry Jarrett al territorio. El territorio crece y que decicion se tomo para servir mejor el territorio La salida de Welch del Territorio Cuanta television tenian. Debuta george Gulas Junior Que problemas trajo esto. Reaccion de los Luchadores y fanaticos del area. Se divide el territorio. Resultado de la division Final del territorio Legado de este. Todo esto y mucho mas en el podcast de esta semana. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/luis-cuevas/support

SoulWhat
Your Holiday Movie

SoulWhat

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2022 66:24


If you could write your holiday movie, would it be like those on Lifetime or Hallmark? Many have had the opportunity to rewrite the plot of their holidays.Roger and Michelle invite you to navigate the season with honesty, self-compassion, and spiritual curiosity in the hope that you have the holiday season that is best for your overall well-being and joy.Prizes will be awarded!You can also listen to SoulWhat on @MichelleSoulTopia YouTube, iHeart Radio, iTunes, Spotify and Google Podcast.

Sirens | A True Crime Podcast
In The Wind: The Event

Sirens | A True Crime Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2022 64:44


In The Wind: Where are Ashley & Lauria? 6 Part Special - The Event: In the 3rd episode of the saga, we take you back to 1999 Welch, OK to talk about Ashley Freeman and Lauria Bible, two girls who went missing after Ashley's parents were slain in their homes and their trailer burned down. We Bring you interviews from Lisa Broderick, Lauria's cousin, and Lorene Bible, Lauria's mother. Opening line read by Jax Miller from Hell in the Heartland. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thesirenspodcast/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thesirenspodcast/support

Real Estate Excellence
Christina Welch: There is no "I" in Team

Real Estate Excellence

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2022 80:12


  Christina Welch graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts and struggled to find her passion until she became a Real Estate broker, never to look back. As she herself claims, she chose the worst timing to get into the real estate business. However, having had so many problems at the beginning of her career also had the effect of developing her incredible problem-solving skills.   In 2006, Christina started building her first team for her very own real estate business. Although she learned as she went, it took her only 4 years to grow it into one of the state's top real estate teams, helping homeowners get out of distress homes and allowing buyers to find the house of their dreams.   In this episode of real estate excellence, Christina talks about how she builds her real estate teams, how she keeps consistent sales during crises and times of uncertainty in the markets, and how she grew from the ground up into a highly successful broker and businesswoman.    Make sure to tune in to learn why there's no I in team and why problems can often be our greatest opportunities.   [00:00:00 - 00:10:00] Introducing our guest, Christina Welch Correcting the name of the R. E. Bar Camp (as opposed to Rebar Camp). Christina talks about how and why she handles everything in her business and how she narrows down interesting rental and buying properties for her clients. Christina talks about how she keeps her team motivated and talks to clients in low-moving markets.   [00:10:01 - 00:20:00] How to keep your sales going during difficult times Why you should talk real numbers with customers and stop listening to national media to listen to local media instead. How to address the worries of sellers in regard to falling prices. How Christina advises new agents to act in the current market uncertainty. The importance of going to networking events to communicate what's taking place in the market.   [00:20:01 - 00:35:00] Overcoming tough moments in the markets and the team How to properly price properties in a moving market. Why you cannot sugar coat any situations to sellers regarding their properties, and how to tell them the hard truths. How Christina started her team in 2011, why she decided to form a team and how this helped her progress in her real estate career. How to handle the first few rough months when you begin in the real estate business. Transition periods for new teammates. Creating value for new teammates is important for keeping them doing a good job by your side.   [00:35:01 - 00:50:00] Strengthening your team and learning to sell during a crisis You want your teammates to shine and be known as experts in their fields.  Christina talks about the books she is currently reading and listening to, citing Selling in a Crisis by Jeb Blount. Blount recommends getting back to the basics of sales in his book and working in markets where you need to have tough conversations. The basic principles of self-development and sales remain the same, even if they're taught in different ways by different authors. Christina talks about the importance of reading and keeping constant learning, which she does to pass that knowledge to her new teammates. Christina reveals her secrets for recruiting, getting leads, and keeping for years in the business. Christina talks about the importance of expression and body language for potential recruits.   [00:50:01 - 01:10:00] What it takes to become a part of a top real estate team Why many interviews for new recruits in Christina's team don't work, as they don't provide proper answers to her questions. Christina talks about her process of starting her first team and how she failed to build a proper team in the beginning. Any personality type can work in real estate, but they all have different ways of communicating. The importance of learning to process and control emotions for real estate agents and not let clients' emotionality get to them. Every closing has its own problems and rough spots, and it's up to real estate agents to handle them. Christina coaches her new agents on this.   [01:10:01 - 01:20:10] Christina's biggest mistake and closing thoughts Tracy asks Christina about her biggest mistake working in real estate. Christina states that getting too emotionally attached to some of her teammates who weren't productive enough led her to lose money and potential business. Brokers need to be a cold, and separate business from their friendships and relationships with teammates. Mistakes help you grow, and you shouldn't compare to others when measuring your progress but compare yourself to your previous self. Who you know is more important than what you know because what you know doesn't really matter unless you have someone to share that knowledge with.   Quotes:   “Who you know is more important than what you know because if you only know so much, it can only go so far unless you're sharing that knowledge with someone else.” -Christina Welch   “Real estate is not about the houses that you're selling. It's about the people that you're influencing. You want to improve their lives by helping them move and find the place of their dreams.” -Christina Welch   “If you want to build a strong team, you need somebody who has a drive and a work ethic, and that is something hard to interview for. This is why it takes a special intuition to find the right teammates.” -Christina Welch   “Failing and learning from our mistakes has helped me and my team create systems that actually work. This is how you grow as a person and a business.” -Christina Welch   “On one occasion, my emotional attachment to a person on my team prevented me from firing them when it was needed. But the love for my team is also what allows us to be a team and overcome difficulties. There's no I in team.” -Christina Welch   Make sure to follow Christina and learn more about her business and mindset by following her on LinkedIn and Twitter. You may also get in contact with her on Instagram, and Facebook, and keep in tune with her video content on her YouTube channel.   If you want to build your business and become more discoverable online, Streamlined Media has you covered. Check out how they can help you build an evergreen revenue generator all  powered by content creation!   SUBSCRIBE & LEAVE A 5-STAR REVIEW as we discuss real estate excellence with the best of the best!

Legacy Wealth
What's the Current Market Like for Painting Companies? | Spilling the Beans with Tommy Welch

Legacy Wealth

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 18, 2022 36:27


Grit. Grind. Guts. Welcome to another episode of Spilling the Beans! Today, we're sitting down with Tommy Welch, owner of First Class Painting and Restoration. He's one of the premier general contractors in the southeast! Tommy and I are going to be talking about his entrepreneurial journey, the importance of creating a genuine personal brand, the current market from a trades perspective, and how he thinks it compares to how things were back in 2008/2009. //SAY HI TO TOMMY Instagram: @1stclasspaint YouTube:  @1stclasspaint Facebook: /Mr.1stClassPaint Website: https://1stclasscharleston.com

Midlife Male by Greg Scheinman
Episode 213 - Steve Welch - Founder of Restore Hyper Wellness

Midlife Male by Greg Scheinman

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 18, 2022 64:04


iFL TV Boxing Podcast
TOMMY WELCH PROMISES BIG 2023 / GIVES EUBANK-BENN INSIGHT

iFL TV Boxing Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2022 19:27


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The Dom and Colin Podcast
The Challenge 38: Ep. 10 Recap with Aysha Welch

The Dom and Colin Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2022


 Matt and Scally are back with Aysha Welch (@ayshalikeasia) for more Challenge 38 discussion below, here, or on iTunes here.

SoulWhat
A Discussion with Dr. Toni Munoz-Hunt

SoulWhat

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2022 75:39


Join Michelle and Roger Welch for a discussion with their friend Dr. Toni Munoz-Hunt on SoulWhat. Dr. Munoz-Hunt will share how she uses her hard work and blessings to help others in a world where many seek to tear others down. She is an inspiration to everyone she meets.She is a Visiting Assistant Professor and Incoming Director of the Center for U.S.-Latin America Initiatives at The University of Texas at Dallas. Dr. Munoz-Hunt won the Blue Mesa Review Nonfiction Prize for "Border Sisters" in 2020, and was recently named a 2022-2023 Mellon Applied History Fellow.Also stay tuned to the end because there just might be a giveaway!You can also listen to SoulWhat on @MichelleSoulTopia YouTube, iHeart Radio, iTunes, Spotify and Google Podcast.

SoulWhat
Do Love Spells Work?

SoulWhat

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2022 69:40


What does it take to do a "love spell"? Are they effective? Are they even ethical?Join Roger and Michelle as they discuss love spells, how to use them, and how to determine if they align with your moral compass.Also stay tuned to the end because there just might be a giveaway!You can also listen to SoulWhat on @MichelleSoulTopia YouTube, iHeart Radio, iTunes, Spotify and Google Podcast.

Create. Photography.
Duologues 2.0 - Another conversation with Nina Welch-Kling

Create. Photography.

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2022 66:11


#76. In this episode of CREATE. PHOTOGRAPHY., Nina Welch-Kling is coming back on Create.Photography. We will talk about her new book called Duologues (and other things). Support the showI use buzzsprout.com for podcast hosting and love it! If you want to sign up, please use this link and you will get a $20 Amazon Gift Card (sent after 2nd paid invoice). Podcast Homepage: https://createphotography.buzzsprout.com

How Long Gone
429. - Jason Isbell & Will Welch

How Long Gone

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2022 70:29


Jason Isbell is a musician from Tennessee, and Will Welch is the Global Editorial Director at GQ from New York. We chat about the White Lotus finale, Ben Affleck spotted sipping a Starbies, noise canceling, people ask Will why he's always so dressed up, crushing pills with his boot, performing at the Kennedy Center Honors with Amy Grant, being stuck in hotel gyms with celebrities, we find out why Chris didn't get red carpet credentials at the Man Of The Year awards, how to travel with a $150,000 vintage guitar, Muscle Shoals scene report, Jason's top three prescription pills, getting the phone call from Lady Gaga when his song was picked for A Star Is Born, and what he did with his Morgan Wallen money, and growing up as a crusty ass punk rocker. instagram.com/jasonisbell instagram.com/willwelch twitter.com/donetodeath twitter.com/themjeans --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/howlonggone/support

Girls Gone Gravel podcast
The Future is Bright with Michelle Duffy and Betsy Welch (Episode 119)

Girls Gone Gravel podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2022 48:35


2022 has been a breakthrough year for women in cycling. From the Tour De France Femmes Avec Zwift, to women continually crushing it at gravel races, we could not be more excited to see what 2023 brings. That's why this week Kathryn and Kristi welcome Michelle Duffy and Betsy Welch to talk about the highlights of the year, and where they see gravel cycling moving to next year. The group talks about their favorite moments of 2022, their wishes for the new year, and the reasons why they love gravel. As always, we are so grateful to be a part of this community. Follow Michelle on Instagram @meeeshydFollow Betsy on Instagram @thebootsappeal*** Support the Podcast *** InsideTracker: Get 20% off at insidetracker.com/feisty. Coalition Snow: Learn about Coalition Snow's Far Out trips at https://www.coalitionsnow.com/pages/far-outSaltStick: Use code FEISTY20 for 20% off all items on SaltStick.comMentioned in this episode:Inside Tracker - September 2022This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podsights - https://podsights.com/privacyChartable - https://chartable.com/privacy

Behind the Braves
Jason Isbell and Will Welch

Behind the Braves

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2022 26:00


Grammy Award winning American singer-songwriter Jason Isbell and GQ Magazine Global Editorial Director Will Welch discuss their Braves fandom, their upcoming show at the Fox Theatre in Atlanta, the bond between music and sports, and much more! For tickets to their show on December 17 at the Fox Theatre, please visit: https://www.foxtheatre.org/events/detail/jason-isbell-will-welch To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices

To The Death Podcast
The Sweaty Eddie Show - #30 Dan Welch

To The Death Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2022 30:29


In this episode, Sweaty Eddie has a conversation with his new friend Dan Welch about Functional Patterns and his BJJ journey. If you want to learn more about Functional Patterns you can find Dan and his gym @fp.newjersey and @dan.welch__ on instagram.Sweaty Eddie is starting an Apprenticeship program. Anyone interested should email him at Sweaty3ddy@gmail.com or Direct Message him @sweatyeddiebjj on instagram. You can also go to his website  http://sweatyeddie.com Stay tuned for new episodes every Monday morning.Thanks for listening.

Having Read That with Brian Vakulskas
JENNA EVANS WELCH – SPELLS FOR LOST THINGS

Having Read That with Brian Vakulskas

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 11, 2022 11:57


Author: Jenna Evans Welch Book: SPELLS FOR LOST THINGS Publishing: ‎ Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers (September 27, 2022) Synopsis (from the Publisher): From the New York Times bestselling author of Love & Gelato comes a poignant and romantic novel about two teens trying to find their place in the world after being […] The post JENNA EVANS WELCH – SPELLS FOR LOST THINGS appeared first on KSCJ 1360.

Everyday Photography, Every Day
134: Ambiguity in Paris—More Fun with Nina Welch-Kling

Everyday Photography, Every Day

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2022 45:49


Nina and Rubin meet in Paris and go shooting. Rubin's haiku book is finished and Nina's Duologues book is ready for pre-orders! It's a fun catch up with Welch-Kling!

Marietta Daily Journal Podcast
Raphael Warnock wins heated runoff against Herschel Walker

Marietta Daily Journal Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2022 12:11


Incumbent Democrat Raphael Warnock narrowly defeated Republican Herschel Walker Tuesday in a closely fought race for Georgia's U.S. Senate seat, giving Democrats a slim two-seat majority in the upper house in Washington. Warnock was leading Walker 51.1% to 48.8% as of 11:50 p.m. Tuesday night, with 98% of precincts reporting. The Warnock victory in the final contest of the 2022 election cycle gave Democrats 51 seats in the Senate to 49 for Republicans. As of midnight, Warnock had won 59% of the vote in Cobb County, according to unofficial results, with Republican challenger Herschel Walker receiving 41%. Though Warnock won around 38,000 more votes than Walker in the November general election, neither candidate earned more than 50% of the vote required by Georgia law to prevent a runoff, pushing the nationally watched race to a December rematch. The lengthy campaign that finally concluded Tuesday night was the most expensive race of the 2022 cycle, with outside groups and the candidates' campaigns spending more than $401 million in the race, according to campaign-finance tracking group OpenSecrets   For a few seconds, the Allatoona flag football team thought it was on its way to the Class 7A state championship game at Center Parc Stadium. If not for a few extra steps, the Buccaneers would have been. With Monday's state semifinal tied 13-all with 5 seconds left to play, Allatoona quarterback Maci Strickland scrambled left, pulled up and threw deep down the middle. Receiver Aoife Flynn came down with the ball between two defenders and sprinted away for what looked to be the game-winning 65-yard touchdown. However, the celebration was short-lived as Strickland was called for being past the line of scrimmage when she let the pass go. The penalty sent the game to overtime, where the potential celebration turned to disappointment. In the second overtime, Milton found a way to finally get past Allatoona 19-13 at IBM Performance Field inside the Atlanta Falcons' training facility. Milton will face Blessed Trinity, which beat Marietta in the other semifinal, for the state championship Thursday at Center Parc Stadium in Atlanta. For much of the season, Marietta's flag football team would often start slowly, rely on its defense and then pull away from opponents in the second half. It was a trend that concerned coach Nick Houstoulakis as the Blue Devils got deeper in the playoffs, and on Monday, his concerns were justified. Blessed Trinity scored two first-half touchdowns and added a third in the final minutes of the game to post a 19-0 victory over Marietta in the semifinals of the Class 7A state playoffs, also at the Falcons' IBM Performance Field. Marietta was stopped one game short of reaching back-to-back state championship games. For Blessed Trinity, it was a game of payback for the 26-0 loss the Blue Devils handed them in the same round a year ago. The City Council voted 4-2 to allocate an additional $500,000 for the building of a downtown park slated to open in spring 2023. Village Green Park will be located just south of the StillFire Brewing brewery being built in downtown Smyrna. The brewery and adjacent park are sandwiched between Atlanta Road and the Smyrna Community Center. In January, the council agreed to sell an acre of city-owned land to StillFire, which will build a two-story, 15,000-square-foot brewery there. The proceeds from that sale — $600,000 — were to fund Village Green Park. In April, the council allocated an additional $400,000 for the park from the city's federal COVID-19 relief funds, bringing the total cost to $1 million. The latest funding allocation was sourced from the city's general fund. With Monday night's vote, the cost for the park is now $1.5 million, an increase Mayor Derek Norton told the MDJ was necessary to overcome issues with grading on the property and to match finishes in other parks the city is upgrading. Council members Charles “Corkey” Welch and Susan Wilkinson voted against the measure. The two members also voted against the deal that saw the city sell land to StillFire Brewing, as well as the first set of additional funding for the park project. Welch's reason for opposing the newest infusion of funds held steady from his previous vote in April against additional funding, which is his belief the current park serves the community more as is than a brewery would.   The Battery Atlanta invites guests to welcome 2023 in style at its annual New Year's Eve Bash, presented by Xfinity, on December 31. The free annual festivities will be held in two parts, starting with Early Innings for families, followed by Late Innings for adult revelers. The Early Inning festivities will begin at 6 p.m. with a traditional late-night show for families celebrating with children. Kids will be able to join in on the countdown before bedtime with an inflatable baseball drop at 8 p.m. and live performance from GRAMMY nominee Justin Roberts. Adults looking to ring in the New Year later in the night can enjoy Late Innings beginning at 9 p.m. with a performance from The 12 South Band at the Georgia Power Pavilion Stage. The evening will close with a midnight countdown that includes pyrotechnics and features a firework and confetti display to light the sky. For more information, visit batteryatl.com. A suspect in a deadly August shooting at a Vinings apartment complex has been taken into custody. Ambakisye Mizell, charged with the murder of Demetrius Dow, was booked into the Cobb County jail Sunday, where he is being held without bond, according to booking records. At around 4 a.m. on August 28, Cobb police responded to a call at the District at Vinings apartment complex at 2800 Paces Ferry Road reporting that someone had been shot, police said at the time. First responders treated the 40-year-old Dow for gunshot wounds, but he died at the scene. A warrant for Mizell's arrest was issued November 9. In the warrant, police allege Mizell shot Dow multiple times in the legs while robbing him. Mizell is from Albany, Georgia, according to booking records, and was transferred to Cobb from the Crisp County jail. The Cobb County Board of Education is set to review five district rule modifications at its work session Thursday afternoon. Two changes are to existing rules, concerning staff access to the district's new emergency system badges and employee transfers within the district. Three new policies deal with animals in schools, counseling programs and the Parents' Bill of Rights. The codification of the Parents' Bill of Rights in the district's administrative rules comes after Governor. Brian Kemp signed into law the bill known by the same name in April. Board Member Randy Scamihorn told the MDJ that the district is already in compliance with the state law, and will formalize it with the new policy. The rule allows parents to access their child's education records and learn more about instructional materials. It also gives parents the right to object to content “which the parent/legal guardian feels is divisive or harmful to minors” based on the district's Divisive Concepts Complaint Resolution Process, part of rules the district passed in June to fall in line with another law on divisive concepts signed by Kemp. The new rule also allows parents the right to withdraw their children from sex education courses and prohibit the district from taking photographs and making video or voice recordings of their children, so long as parents provide written notices. Revisions to the rule governing employee transfer could cause the most stir, according to Cobb County Association of Educators President Jeff Hubbard, who said the changes could make it harder for teachers to move around within the district. Hubbard noted that employees will now be required to be at their present location of employment for a two-year minimum at the time of a transfer. Other sections of the rule address “emotional support/comfort animals,” which “are not trained to perform a disability-specific task and are not Service Animals as defined by law or this rule,” and “classroom pets,” which the district says may be fish, parrots, reptiles, amphibians, hamsters and guinea pigs. The Cobb school board will meet for its work session Thursday at 2:30 p.m. at 514 Glover St. in Marietta, and its voting meeting will be at 7 p.m. Thursday at the same location.    See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

T.M.I. TV shows, Movies and Everything In Between.
EP 260 - Strange World (2022) / Fantastic Voyage (1966) Reviews / Concession Treat: Popcorn

T.M.I. TV shows, Movies and Everything In Between.

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2022 74:46


This week we encounter shocking sights, nasty noises and objectionable odors – no its not a depraved horror movie… its the human body in Fantastic Voyage! Before we get there, we also inhabit Disney's latest, Strange World. Uh oh – looks like we're headed towards the exit! #strangeworld #fantasticvoyage #disney #raquelwelch #donaldpleasance #1966 #proteus #jakegyllenhaal #dennisquaid

The Get Thrifty Podcast
67: Turning a Love of Thrift Into a Thriving Business with Sherry Welch of @lollysfinds

The Get Thrifty Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2022 38:09


When Sherry @lollysfinds became an empty nester, she needed to come up with what would define the next chapter of her life. Inspired by her love of thrift, vintage treasure hunting, and re-homing special items, she launched her online reselling career! Listen in to her appearance on the Get Thrifty Podcast with host Maggie Scivicque and learn how this mom and grandma embraced her “new gig” and her love of live sales, barn sales, and Hot Marathons for resellers.