Philip Belamant has been there, made mistakes, and come up with great solutions for the customers that have helped him build multi-million dollar companies in developing and developed economies. He was able to achieve remarkable success despite dropping out of college to pursue business. His latest venture, Zilch has raised funding from top-tier investors like Goldman Sachs Asset Management, dmg Ventures, M&F Fund, and Gauss Ventures.
Boy, do I remember these. Ruth Tucker (our guest) is an interesting kinda lady. Case in point: Way back in 2002 when we aired these, someone on our team made contact with her via phone to set up a recording date. In conversation he happened to mention that he was born Christian, but now adheres to another religion. She just went ballistic on him. Now, I don't mean that she yelled or screamed, but according to him she was just relentless about rejoining the fold. And this is a guy who took his faith very seriously. From what I recall, the call ended civilly and we proceeded. But what you'll hear in these episodes is Ruth discussing her book "Walking Away From Faith." It details the spiritual journeys of those who left Christianity for Atheism. She does not investigate Christians who moved to other religions. But she really exposes herself honestly as one who regularly struggles with faith herself. Upon listening to this 20 year hence I find it interesting that both of us use "homosexual" to describe people rather than orientation. back then it was not much of an issue. Also, I'd love to know if she would refer to homosexuality as a sin if we were to speak to her today. She seems sympathetic to gays, but it is clear that for her heterosexuality was a moral imperative. By the way, as much as Dr. Tucker & I disagree on most things theological, the school where she taught (Calvin Seminary here in Grand Rapids) treated her just horribly. You can find out more at www.ruthtucker.com if you're so inclined. There you will also find out about her horrific journey from spousal abuse to healing.
It's time for Monkees 101! Tim Powers and Sarah Clark host the show and talk Monkees current events in 2021, then Sarah and Rosanne talk "One Man Shy", which aired Dec 5th 1966. Bashful Peter tries to win the heart of lovely debutante Valerie Cartwright (Lisa James) while dealing with her haughty boyfriend Ronnie Farnsworth (George Furth).Songs: "I'm a Believer", "You Just May Be the One" (original version)1967 reruns: "I'm a Believer" was replaced with "Forget That Girl."Saturday mornings: "I'm a Believer" was replaced with "If I Knew." Check out Monkee Mania Radio https://live365.com/station/Monkee-Mania-Radio-a57014Aired 9/07/21https://www.monkees.com/We were born to love one another.Support Zilch, get a cool shirt!www.redbubble.com/people/designsbyken/works/12348740-zilch-podcast?c=314383-monkees-inspired-artJoin our Facebook pageFind us on Twitter @ZilchcastIf you cannot see the audio controls, listen/download the audio file hereDownload (right click, save as)
There are so many benefits that come with investing in real estate investing. in this episode, we do a draft pick of the most valuable and heavy-hitting perks we have access to as investors. Shout us out on Twitter with who you think won, and some important picks we overlooked! @Roofstock --- Transcript Before we jump into the episode, here's a quick disclaimer about our content. The Remote Real Estate Investor podcast is for informational purposes only, and is not intended as investment advice. The views, opinions and strategies of both the hosts and the guests are their own and should not be considered as guidance from Roofstock. Make sure to always run your own numbers, make your own independent decisions and seek investment advice from licensed professionals. Tom: Greetings, and welcome to the remote real estate investor. On this episode, I am joined by Michael: Michael Albaum Emil: Emil Shour Mark: Mark Woodling. Tom: And today we've got a fun episode. So as an investor, there are a lot of different events and things that happen, you collect rent, you pay your mortgage, and today we're gonna be focusing on all of the good events. And the way that we're going to do this is a fun segment where we're going to draft our favorite moments as a real estate investor. And then after we do our draft, it's going to be a snake order draft, we're going to post it on a Twitter for you guys to vote on. So again, this episode is going to be on great events or moments as a real estate investor. All right, let's do it. Gentlemen, just to reiterate the rules, we all are going to have three picks, it's going to be a snake order. I've got a ping pong ball machine behind me with all of our names to define what the order is. And after we complete this draft, we're going to throw it up on Twitter, and let the people vote. I'm feeling pretty good about my chances here. I put a lot of research into great moments as an investor and good luck to get in second place too you guys. Emil: Trash talking already? Alright. All right. Let's see if you can back it up. Michael: You know, trash talking is like the epitome of someone who's not confident in their ability. It's kind of the way I see it, but you know, to each their own. Tom: Smoke smoke and mirrors let's trash talking right there. What you just did. Alright, so alright. ping pong balls. So the with the the order is with the first pick of the great moments of being an investor is Mark Woodling. That's good. You get the first one but you have to wait all the way to the turn to get your next one. Up. Second is Ooh, Tom Schneider, ooo I like that second. All right, up third. Is Emil Shour. All right, good job and right, bringing up the rear and the turn, Michael Albaum. Michael: Is this is this because you thought it was talking trash to you? Is that? Why is that what your pinball machine gave me fourth place. Tom: The ping pong ball. The ball Don't lie. As, was it Ben Wallace that said, Emil: Can you show us proof of this draft order cuz you're just you're just looking at nothing and magically make taken names out of a hat. So I don't believe you, sir. Tom: Don't question what's behind the wizard. Michael: Off screen. Tom: Alright, so alright, let's let's get into it. So again, we're each gonna pick three rounds of events as a real estate investor that you love that are just like, awesome. And then we're going to shoot it out to the twitterverse to vote on the who, who has the best draft? So Mark, why don't you go ahead and start us off, kick off the draft the draft. Mark: Cool. So I named mine to add to the fun, and you'll be able to reference that later. But my first one is what I call Hail Yeah. Where I live in the state of Texas and a property that I own here had some hail damage. So I was able to get a new roof for about a 10th of the price, which is gonna run about $30,000 for this home. So you know, I paid the insurance premium and or the deductible excuse me, and it came out to be about a 10th of the price. So the property needed a new roof anyways, and the timing was good. And so I scored that new roof, Hail Yeah!. Tom: I love it. Michael: Great. Tom: You know, and coming up with this. And coming up with this concept. I would never think of insurance covering some needed cost as an event. And I'm already I'm already digging it. Alright, that's a good one Mark. Emil: Like we got we got to all have sports analogy. So guys, come on, Mark, Mark started it, you get, you gotta you gotta have a sports analogy with your pick. Tom: All right, I'm up second. I'm going to simplify a little bit so this is going to be a cha-ching nice and boring rent. The rent collection hits your checking account. So rent Emil: off the board rent. Tom: Cha-chiing rent collected that mailbox mailbox money hits it, so that'll be my second pick. Emil: What's your sports analogy? Come on, Tom. Tom: I mean I said cha-ching i don't i don't have I don't have Emil: The layup the layup? Tom: Yeah layup that's a great one. Yeah. layup that's what we'll… Emil: I'll be helping you guys all episode. Geez, you guys don't watch no sports. Tom: You're the marketing guy. You're the marketing guy. Yeah. Okay. Yeah. layup just nice and boring rent collected. That's my first pick. Emil, You're up next. Emil: I can't believe this is falling to the number three spot you got you guys are obviously amateurs here in in drafting. So I get the Supermax contract extension. And so what that is that's a renewal with a rent increase, baby. So I'm taking that number three, the super max contract extension. Coming in at number three. Tom: With an increase in rent cash. That's a good one. Mark: And the sports analogy or name? Tom: Supermax contract! Emil: Supermax contract extension. Mark: All right. Emil: That's a basketball one. Tom: Love. Love that. Emil: Mark. Paid pay attention, Mark, come on. Mark: I find no relation, sir. But yeah, I'll keep going. Tom: Alright, Michael, you've got the next you've got the your pick and the turn. Yep. I'm not really a big sports guy. So I could use a little bit of help kind of finessing this one I call I'm calling it the forced error. But I feel like the error doesn't really apply here. So it's basically forcing appreciation on a property. I'm able to take out about 100k in the course of two years by increasing the rents and decreasing the expenses, sacrifice fly. I'm trying to think of how I'm like, I'm like forcing the appreciation. Emil: So sacrifice sacrifice, like kind of works. Tom: Well. How about this? I think you're I think you're including a lot of moments in that one. Why don't you when you get that appraisal back? So like, or whatever, when it's like the moment that you have the higher value. Michael: Yeah, that's perfect. So right. Yeah. Realizing that you have created equity in the property via forcing appreciation. Tom: Oh, yeah. It's like the squeeze or Emil: Yeah, the squeeze bunt squeeze bunt. Michael: Yeah, squeeze bunt. Emil: That's not really a bunt. It's like a squeeze Homer, but maybe it's a homer. Tom: Inside the park home run? Michael: Okay. Yeah. And inside the park Homer, let's go with that. Emil: Michael's like, what is this hockey term, homerun, I don't understand. Michael: All right. So then for my next one, and I just came up with this. Alright, I just came up with this one, the name, it's called, stealing home. And that's where you can buy a property for significantly under market value. Tom: Ooh, that's a that's a good one. Michael: And you get a boatload equity day one. Tom: I like that Emil, you're up with your second pick. Emil: Oh, man, I'm trying to think of the name for this one. And maybe you guys can help me out. I don't know the name for this one. My pick is when Mr. Market treats really well. And interest rates go down while your property value goes up. And you're able to cash out refi your full initial investment. And the refi basically makes it so that your payment is no different than it was before. So you're doing a full cash out refi and your payment goes up like 10-20 bucks. We can call it the Mr. Market BRRRR Michael: I've got I've got one, you guys, you guys. Let me know I'm gonna throw it out there, feel free to throw it back. We'll call it a buy. Right? It's where you get the win. But you didn't have to do anything to get it. Emil: Okay. All right. Or maybe it's like, maybe it's like winning the division where you get to skip the first round or something. You know, you get to advance to the second round of playoffs without having a Michael: Wildcard? Emil: No the wildcard you got to play to make Michael: Oh, I don't know how I know Zilch about sports. Emil: Homefield advantage, I don't know? Tom: Oh, I think you're right. They're like buy when like if you're like the one seed like you know, you don't have to do anything and you're just getting that getting out that way. Yeah. So Emil: Good job Michael see you even though sports kind of Michael: Awesome. I like came in hot and then immediately fumbled over myself. Emil: Fumble There you go. For sports analogies. This is getting good. Tom: I got one that happened. I'm thinking of one right now of a property. This was an event where a tenant moved out. And before they even started to do the turn work. The property manager found a new tenant that wanted to move in right away so they didn't have to do any of the turn work. It wouldn't have been a lot but you know, probably saved me. 1000 bucks. 2000 bucks of the person moving in right away. I kind of like that. Stealing analogy or maybe handoff? That's what it is. Yeah. Handoff. Yeah. Handoff. So it's a new property. Least before turn construction. That makes sense? Michael: Yeah, Emil: Yeah. Michael: That's a solid getting it leased up early that's great. Tom: This is really working the right side of the brain coming up with these sports analogies that go with this Michael: Sure is, especially on the spot. Mark: Well, I have to say,Emil did take one of mine, it was you know, asking for over market rent getting a two year lease signed, and I called that one, Bill it and they will come. Reference the Field of Dreams. But that was already taken. I just had to one. Because that doesn't happen too often from the marketing genius. Somine's a little different, but it's, uh, you know, again, in Texas, cash out refi on investment properties is almost impossible to find. But I was able to find one a year ago after making close to 20-30 phone calls to banks to, you know, any type of financing institution, and I found one, so I called it the walk off home run refi. I mean, to me, it was just like the ultimate winner to have that money now sitting there out of a ton of equity that was building up in a property. Emil: Nice. Michael: Wait, Mark, are you saying that Mark: Walk off refi. Michael: Are you saying it's tough to do a cash out refinance on investment property in Texas? Is that what you said? Mark: It's very, very difficult. Texas has some different laws about home equity lines of credit, and on. I mean, it is probably one of the most strict in the country. And on investment properties. It's next to impossible, but I found a company that will do it. So if anybody is ever interested, I have the one that will do it. Tom: Is it the, So I'm assuming it's not the financials of the property? It's just the lending rules. Is that right? Mark? Mark: Yeah, lending rules enemy in this in this instance. And you know, I kind of use cash out refi, in a sense of like, they also they just left me a line of credit. So you know, in a sense, I just have a dry powder sitting there, they're in a checking account ready to be used at any point. So I kind of maybe use that incorrectly. But the line line of credit is not easy to come by. Michael: Good to know. Tom: You got some good creative ones, I love the insurance cover the cost of needed repair too. Alright, Mark, you're up. And then our last round our third round, you're on the turn. So you do the first one in this round. Michael: Make it a good one. Mark: All right. This is a little trick because you know, I am a real estate agent and I am an auctioneer. So I'm calling this one, I'll come up with a creative sports name, going once going twice, rented. So have an open house, make sure you schedule it during a tight timeframe. So this is you know, again, for a property that I've I've managed on my own in the past. You have the open house tight timeframe, you have multiple people all show up at the exact same time. So you create competition. So once that competition starts to boil, people get a little more aggressive. Hey, I'll sign a two year lease, Oh, great. Actually a one up you know, you know, they'll pay a little bit more. So I let that competition drive just like an auction. And man, it pays dividends because a I get all this time back in my schedule B. You know, I create that competition let people bid up a little bit and then get longer, longer terms and better terms overall. So a sports analogy. Slam Dunk unno. Michael: For the competition piece of it. We could just call it sports. Tom: Or, or or what about this? crowding the paint? That's a lot of people in there. Emil: I was thinking full court press. Mark: Yeah, that's it. That's it. I'll take them all. So yeah, good job. I'll take it. Tom: I'll Alright. So I'm going to go I am up next. And what I'm going to select is, I'm a busy professional. I bought these properties as some ancillary income and you know, it's it's enjoyable, but you know, it's also enjoyable is when nothing happens. Just nice and boring. Call it chalk, right. So, chalk is a term when everything goes to plan on like your NCAA bracket, and I'm going to call mine chalk so no news is good news. Just nice and boring collecting. You know, nothing no, no news, right Chock. That'll be my there. Emil: Those are my favorite monthly understatements when it's just rent management fee and that is nothing else. Tom: Two lines. Yeah. Charge rent, collected rent. Mark: Can't you just call this a soccer game where like, nothing happens for like, forever. I mean soccer fans, the Olympics are on and I gotta into it, but otherwise, it's nap time almost like golf. Tom: Yeah, that's a good one. Michael: Shots fired. Tom: Shots fired. It'll be interesting, like a little personality test and looking at the ones that we've selected. Because Yeah, anyways, this is this is good. Emil, you're up next. Emil: Alright. My third pick is going to have to be when you buy a property expecting to do some work to get higher rent. And when you get a new lease, the lease ends up being higher than what you originally underwrote it for. And so I'm calling this one pulling up an all star from the farm system. Tom: Ooh. Emil: Michael, that's a baseball reference, in case you're wondering what I'm talking about. Michael: Thank you very much. Yeah, you saw the blade in the headlights look on my face. Tom: So I'm just gonna go right down. So this is… Emil: What's a farm, We're talking about animals now? What's going on here? Tom: Higher rent than expected? Would that be the short way? Emil: Yeah, higher rent than expected. On a new lease. Tom: Sorry, farm system, pigs, I interrupted your guys's banter. Michael: That's great Emil. Thank you for teaching all of these sports things. Tom: Yeah, Michael's learning a lot in today's episode. Michael: Yeah, today, I get to learn all of the sports, all of our listeners get to learn real estate stuff, I get to learn Mark: All the sports Michael: Yeah. All the sports! Alright, so then my third and final one is the fact that you get to have, if you use leverage, you get to have a very high degree of control over your asset. And so you can buy $100,000 asset and that appreciation that you see is on $100,000 asset, but you might have to put in 20 or 25 to get it. And so because you can have a high degree of control. I've called this one to Tom Brady. Tom: Okay, what is the what is the event here? What is the event? Michael: Leverage using leverage to purchase real estate because he established a higher degree of control right where he deflated the football. Tom: Oh. Mark: I call it the Emmitt Smith personally, just because he's a legend and a real estate investor but I'm a Cowboys fan. So sorry. Tom: That makes sense. Alright, so I like that you're getting using some leverage to buy and, and all that good stuff. So okay, we're gonna go through very quickly everybody's picks. And then we'll, when this episode goes out, we'll shoot it out to the twitterverse and see what see who see one. So Mark's picks are Hail Yeah, this is… Mark: I would change that to Hail Mary just to make sure that we're sticking to sports references. Tom: And that is when insurance covers the cost of a needed repair. That's super Yeah, that's, that's a winner. His second one is a walk off home run. And that's the doing a right refinance in Texas, where it's very difficult to to manage it. A refi. And then his third one is I think I picked the name you're crowding the paint. This is when you have multiple tenant applications, building come some competition, and just getting better terms and offer so. Excellent, Mark. Excellent. pick my…. Michael: Very nice, very nice. Tom: Mine is a little bit more vanilla than mark so I have a layup that's when just rent is collected. I have a handoff that's when a new property is leased before the turn of construction starts or in the middle of term construction. That's always great news to see in your inbox. And then lastly, a draw chalk there's a there's no news nothing nothing new I don't have to worry about I don't think about it. So that's that is mine. Let's see next we have Emil and he has some excellent naming you can tell he's got a good marketing mind here. The Supermax contract extension This is a renewal with a rent increase. Excellent Emil. Then we have the the buy win this is appreciation plus, at the same time, lower interest rates. So being able to have a pretty awesome refi perhaps even pay less and get a cash out. And then lastly, he has a an all star coming up from the farm system. And this is when you're getting a higher rent than expected. Excellent excellent. Michael: Just such a ridiculous like crazy ridiculous name. Tom: All right. All right. Last one. Michael you have a inside the park homerun. This is a forced appreciation. This is an increase in the rent doing some stuff. So that moment of when you completed that and have the forced appreciation. This is stealing a home buying a property on undervalue equity day one. Love that. A lot of that a lot of home runs here. And then lastly, you have Tom Brady deflate gate using leverage to buy those. Those are our list of, the yeah pantheon of excellent real estate investing moments. Alright everybody, thank you for listening to the episode. If you enjoyed it, please like subscribe, all that good stuff. And as always happy investing. 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Tim Powers and Ken Mills throw the body of the first Monkees album up on the table and deconstuct it and reconstruct it. We made a Monster and "It's ALIVE!" Hear the album in a way you never have before , Listen to our Youtube play list to hear full versions of these songs. Playlist on Youtube here https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLUN_OvZd42BWnSbcXkosqowmziBk6iv2nAired 7/31/21We were born to love one another.Support Zilch, get a cool shirt!www.redbubble.com/people/designsbyken/works/12348740-zilch-podcast?c=314383-monkees-inspired-artJoin our Facebook pageFind us on Twitter @ZilchcastIf you cannot see the audio controls, listen/download the audio file hereDownload (right click, save as)
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NO HOME TO PHONE! What The IF... there were NO ALIENS in the universe? No life anywhere except Earth. You want a planet with life? You're standing on it, and THAT'S ALL ya get! CHRIS COGSWELL joins us to imagine how our on Earth would be affected by the proof that LIFE DOESN'T FIND A WAY, it's no where, nothing to be found, nothing to see here, go home to your blue planet, that's the only place anything lives in the entire universe. Chris is the host and creator of THE MAD SCIENTIST PODCAST, a comedy show about the history and philosophy of science and pseudoscience. https://www.themadscientistpodcast.com Chris received his Bachelors of Science degree from the University of New Hampshire in both Chemical Engineering and Philosophy, and a PhD in Chemical Engineering from Northeastern University.The Mad Scientist Podcast was initially conceived as a means of interacting with the public, teaching them the science and philosophical background of common pop science concepts, in order to help combat the spread of misinformation. Covering a diverse set of topics, ranging from UFOlogy to the development of modern day surgery the show has achieved a cult following with over 10,000 downloads a month and is regularly a top 100 show on the Apple Podcasts Science and Natural Science charts. Hosted by Chris Cogswell and Marie Mayhew, the show continues the mission of introducing skepticism, scientific thought, and philosophical concepts to the public in an entertaining and empathetic way. --- Got an IF of your own? Want to have us consider your idea for a show topic? Send YOUR IF to us! Email us at email@example.com and let us know what's in your imagination. No idea is too small, or too big! --- Want to support the show? Click a rating or add a review on Apple Podcasts or your favorite podcast app! itunes.apple.com/podcast/id1250517051?mt=2&ls=1 Don't miss an episode! Subscribe at WhatTheIF.com Keep On IFFin', Philip, Matt & Gaby
Almost 60 years in the making, an epic battle of rock n' roll giants is at hand. It's the Beatles vs. the Rolling Stones in a winner-take-all showdown to establish the #1 rock band of all time. (Okay, the winner gets zip. Zilch. Nada. At least, nothing from me.) The seven-round competition goes down this week on KMB. Will the Fab Four come out on top? The Glimmer Twins? You'll just have to listen to find out. Don't miss a second of the rockin' action!
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An interview with John Zilch. John is Director of Product Management at Upland, adjunct professor at Providence College and founder of Launch Day, a new startup that's aiming to take the pain out of launching new products to market. We talk about a lot, including: The pros & cons of working as a platform product manager and integrating various product lines & features into a new platform When it's appropriate to replatform and when not, and whether a platform product manager gets a lot of customer contact John's journey into product management from a computer science background and how, like everyone, he kind of fell into it, and how analysts get more love than PMs How his dissatisfaction with the way software gets launched led him and a former colleague to build their own platform to make it better Why he's started teaching at Providence College, how teaching is the best way to learn, and how academia is a fertile ground for hiring the best talent What he thought of Marty Cagan's recent takedown of MBAs, why he's tired of everyone being against them, and what they're good for Why there's a problem with experimentation culture and why it shouldn't be a replacement for good customer discovery How's it's OK to do things that don't scale as long as you have a plan to make sure that it can scale in the future The problem with people concentrating on "Agile" as a method of delivery rather than a way to get close to customers And much more! Contact John You can check out the Launch Day website or connect with John on LinkedIn or Twitter.
50 West Brewing Company owner Bobby Slattery, aka Optimistic Bobby, rolls with Paul in today's podcast! The guys look ahead to the Bengals' upcoming season through an optimistic lens! No Paul Downer Jr. here! Zero. Zilch. Nada. Follow Paul on Twitter: @pauldehnerjr Follow Bobby on Twitter: @BobbySlattery Join The Athletic for just $3.99 a month! Visit: theatheltic.com/hearthatpodcastgrowlin Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Ryan Zauk sits down with Kai Cunningham, the youngest founding General Partner at Limited Ventures. Limited Ventures is a fund created alongside titans of industry like the Forbes & Rockefeller families, and counts numerous athletes and entertainers as LPs. Kai serves two critical roles: 1. Helping family foundations + institutions satisfy their Diversity and Inclusion Mandates without sacrificing returns 2. Bridging the gap between athletes/entertainers and the billionaire families of the world. He has helped over 100 athletes and entertainers participate in deals like Airbnb, SpaceX, Lime, Coinbase, Pinterest, Lyft, DapperLabs, Zilch, Kraken, and many more. They cover: - His wild journey from the DMV area to the trading floor of Goldman Sachs and Limited Ventures - Helping the "99%" of pro athletes invest like the 1% - The future of the athlete investor and why that's a positive for culture - What fintech marketers need to know when working with celebs - The problem companies will face when deploying their DEI&I funds - His investment in UK BNPL Zilch - and much more Mentioned: Brandon Copeland: https://medium.com/wharton-fintech/nfl-star-penn-professor-brandon-copeland-tackling-financial-education-through-life-101-9482e4d461b8 Harlem Capital: https://medium.com/wharton-fintech/jarrid-tingle-managing-partner-of-harlem-capital-transforming-the-face-of-entrepreneurship-b8d97db9a94a -- For more Fintech insights, follow us below: Medium: medium.com/wharton-fintech WFT Twitter: twitter.com/whartonfintech Ryan's Twitter: twitter.com/RyanZauk LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/company/wharton-fintech-club/
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Brandon Handley 0:03 This mic seems to be the best one that I've been able to get my hands on. So we'll run with it. Not sure if it's picking up from just the phone or in the ears. But like I said, well, we're rolling it. And coming out of the BJJ report was funny. I think I've tried to spend my third time doing this episode. And this is simply because I haven't been able to get the sound quality to a place where I like it enough to be able to share it with you, right? Granted, I've certainly done some episodes where sound is less than, less than ideal. But and that's only because honestly, I do believe in the whole. Sometimes, you know, it's the message that is more important than the absolute delivery mechanism. And I don't think that I can reproduce x, y, z, I just don't do it again, or just let it go. Take that for what it's worth. And you really, you really do kind of only live once, and you only have one opportunity to kind of get some of these things out. And to that end, how do you get them out? And how, what are some ways, right? We've been talking a little bit about mental health, right? And how, what is something, you know, that everybody is challenged with these days in particular? All the time, really, I think it's always been under the surface, just never fully addressed. As matter of fact, I still recall, gentlemen, one of my first interviews, Jason, Jason's last name. Jason, I forget your last name right off the top of my head. Mackenzie, Mackenzie, and how he he had actually gone through a really tough situation in his life, where his beliefs wife and committed suicide. And how did he deal with that? And he, he wrote, some went through a period where he went from, call it from junk to monk to thought was great. He journaled and he shared this journal. And that he also wrote a book on how he went through that situation, what it what the toll was on his mental health. And he created a podcast about it, and whatever. So I only tell you that just just because I hadn't given it much credence myself, I hadn't directed much attention to it, either. And that's just where I was in life. I can't say it's right or wrong. I mean, really, it's all an all depends on where you are in your life. I mean, listen, if you're not impacted right now, by any mental health situations, do not discount it. Right. I think that's what the world has been telling us. over this past year and a half. You cannot discount that, that mental health. Especially if you are if you are somebody who let's say you tune into Tony about anybody really, if you're one of these peak performer type people, and if you if you really look at it, peak performer, I believe is in reference to Maslow's hierarchy of needs, right? When you have all your base needs. When you have all your base needs resolved, then you you no longer have to worry about all that shit that gives you that mental anguish, right? When you when you've got a house, when you've got a home when you've got someone to love and care for you, when you you can pay your bills and you can eat your food. That's all great. You know, those are all the base needs. If you don't have any one of those, then there's a good chance that that is foremost in your mind, that's top of mind for you. And that is eating up all of your cycles and therefore your mental health is that risk if there's uncertainty. If there's uncertainty in your life, then you are at risk of your mental health and today 1020 through mid 221 taught us that there is nothing certain nothing is certain. Something like a virus can come out of nowhere and knock the shit out of everything you've seen. Excuse me, and believe in. And that that's his, that's taken its toll on a lot of people, and where does it fit into and why bring that up on spiritual note. Because if you don't have a spiritual practice, if you don't have something to believe in, if you don't have a way to quiet the mind, get yourself still have a way, a healthy way to release some of whatever's dragging you down. Right, if you don't have a way to release it, because here's the deal, you don't know how all this shit is gonna work out. Again, especially in pandemic, so you have no idea how it's gonna pan out. So you spend your time worrying about it. Right? had somebody in a really great mastermind group, I'll call it a course of study that I'm in right now. And one of the gentlemen in there yesterday talking about how his family Unknown Speaker 6:43 had been Brandon Handley 6:45 great word warriors, you know, we're warriors. And not only did they worry, often, they had very vivid imaginations. Therefore, you know, use this imagination for worry. And you can create quite the scenario in your mind. And when you when you do that, you're actually creating chemicals within your own body that that are making, you know, you're flooding yourself with I don't know, what's the chemical that says, this all sucks adrenaline, right? cortisol, that make you make you on high end, high edge that are going to make you you know, just kind of, you're literally feeding yourself, chemicals in your body that are eating away at yourself, that over time, just cause massive damage to yourself. And that's, that's what happens if you don't have something kind of greater than yourself to believe in. And you don't have this capability to say, let go and let God right you don't have this capability to say or believe. And as this comes out of the mental models and Sreekumar Rao's book, the mental models to say this is a benevolent universe, and I am here for a reason. I am here for a purpose and the universe has my back do universe is benevolent one cares for me wouldn't have brought me here. If it didn't think that I was gonna have some fuckathon like yesterday, it's like taking your kids to a bouncy place you don't take them there because you you want to you want to make them miserable and put them through a bunch of shit. Yeah. And if we take if we take, we take the stance and the idea that again, God is our Father, God is our parent, the universe is benevolent creator, that put us here. I'm pretty sure they didn't put us here to go through a bunch of shit to realize how crappy This world is. Right? So if you can find it, in your mind, in your heart or anywhere you need to look for under the cushions of your couch. This idea and thought that let's start from the beginning that you are one in what is it? 400 trillion 400 trillion. Those are the odds one in 400 trillion of you being born. What are the odds? Right those are the eyes you've been born? If you think that you showed up here for no good reason. Then you know that's that's a mental model. Now if you think that you're here you've got a malevolent universe and that you are Here to be of service to help someone to help something to help a group. That's an you know, when you start thinking of that, and then you start thinking about this idea of Providence, and the idea of Providence, is that the universe typically provides you with whatever you need, like, almost almost like right at the time that you need it. Not not really before, you know, not really before, but almost right at the time that you need to, if you can look at like, all of the success stories, all of these stories, and in our past, where she didn't really happen for people to like, write this last second, it was right it, it was right at the zero hour, hour, 12th hour, that things came together and everything landed just as if almost like you couldn't have couldn't have, you couldn't have planned it that way. Right. It's this idea of linearity is a fucking joke. There are certainly Listen, there certainly plans in place, you know, their, their designs, and all this other stuff and ways that it's supposed to work. And then, you know, let's say it works that way, 25% of the time, right, then you've got some linearity. But chances are, however, the bulk amount of these people were and are successful. Their story is one out of right one out of the countless billions that are on this planet right now. That what really happened was that they found something to believe in those greater than themselves. They found the dream, they were able to see a vision, and they were able to somehow some way, let go. And let you know, let it be sorted out by the universe. They were able to have the vision and say, I don't know how this is gonna happen. Like, I use a pandemic for a second, I don't know, how are we going to succeed succeed me, it's really to just get beyond that point that where you're at right now. Or set something in motion and get beyond it. So how we're gonna have success, and is pandemic still on No, still not over. And you can do your quote, unquote, part, whatever part you feel like that is you need to do, it's gonna make you feel asleep at night and let go of the rest. Right? Let go of the rest, just know that you're doing your best in the situation, according to what you know, at this point in time. That's all you can do and let it go, let that doubt, let that worry, fall to something greater than you maybe that maybe the thing you think is greater than you is, is the health care system. That's okay, if you let it go and let it go to the health care system, right, you can stop worrying about it now. For the rest of the world, you can stop worrying about what it means to the rest of the world to recover from this thing. And you can, you can breathe easier. And let go a little bit more. And we can let go of this hyper imaginative worry about all the things that are weighing you down and let it go to this, these things again, that are greater than you then it's a tremendous benefit to your mental well being mental health and a lot of people again, point to meditation as something that has been very beneficial for them. I only say this, that if you're in a shape, point your life where you're worried about everything closing your eyes, to think about it to try and clear your mind. Of all the things that are pissing you off and freaking out. That's not going to help. Right. I get that. However, that's not the point isn't necessarily to go and try and clear your mind through this forcible way like no no, no, no, not that. Not that. It's not that get all this out of my head. I'm freaking out man. The idea is to control something that you can't control. And where most people start you out where where you can start out, a couple of good places of where you can start out that are beneficial is your breathing. So what you'll do is you close your eyes and you just focus on your in breath and out breath. That's it, there's nothing else for you to do. And when you do that, you're not thinking about all the other shit. Right? It can, it can be that simple. That is also why breathwork has been, to me revolutionary, because this is kind of like a little bit more focused. Breathing, while my eyes are close, and, and there's other stuff that comes out of it. That can really just give you this heightened sense of being and whatever that means to you. Right. But I can just tell you gives you a heightened sense of being Wim Hof calls it getting high on your own supply. Separate, he says it was like this Dutch thing going on. And then he chuckles afterwards. It's funny because Dutch chuckles are fine. I'll tell you about that. So, you know, if you're struggling, if you're having a tough time, these spiritual practices can be of benefit to you. And your mental well being, I challenge you, really to try one of these out on your own, seek others. There's another one called metta meditation, which is another really great one. Really, what that does is is kind of you well wish yourself, I suggest you look it up Google loving kindness, meditation, and give your give yourself some loving kindness and a meditation. If someone you love loving kindness, meditation gifts, someone you really don't know, right, like maybe the cashier at McDonald's today, whatever somebody you don't know, but you've seen got an image of them with loving kindness on them. And then finally, wishing, loving kindness on all sentient beings. And it's like everything living or alive or sending whatever that means to you. And the world, the universe, I like almost the universal mean, I say go bigger, go home. And the reason that was beneficial again, it takes your thoughts off of the things that are worrying you or bothering you. And also allows you to think of some other people and wish them well. You know, without judgment, Unknown Speaker 17:58 think of Brandon Handley 17:59 your mother, your wife, kids, you can think of your dog and wish them well. And, again, takes your mind off of the things that are bothering you. And making you kind of crazy. So I hope that you can take a look at these implement them in your life, you don't have to believe really in anything except for the miracle that you are and the fact that these are practices that are spiritually derived and can be a benefit to you. Cost is Zilch. For you to try this shit out. And if it works, and pastic if it doesn't move on, you know don't struggle with it. If it's not if you're like, you know this shit doesn't I should be should be working on why it's not working for me. That's not the point of this. The point of it is to try it out. That works. Cool. That doesn't. Okay. Don't worry about maybe Now's not the time move on and go try something else. So that is a that's it from spirits dope today. Hope you have a great day and we'll catch you later. Transcribed by https://otter.ai
Andrew Sandoval talks the Farewell tour, His book, "The Monkees: The Day-By-Day Story" His thoughts on the new album "Dolenz sings Nesmith" and we discuss Monkees Fandom in the year of "Monkees ALIVE 55! Get Andrew's book here. Go to http://beatlandbooks.com/reserve-your-bookMonkeesTourdates www.monkees.com/article/the-monkees-announce-farewell-tour-dates and www.monkeeslivealmanac.com/blog/category/current-tour-datesGet "Dolenz Sings Nesmith", a collection of songs featuring Micky paying tribute to the songbook of Michael Nesmith. Order now! On CD http://www.7arecords.com/product/dolenz-sings-nesmith/ Or on vinyl http://www.7arecords.com/product/dolenz-sings-nesmith-180g-coloured-vinyl/Or from Amazon worldwide Aired 4/16/21We were born to love one another.Support Zilch, get a cool shirt!www.redbubble.com/people/designsbyken/works/12348740-zilch-podcast?c=314383-monkees-inspired-artJoin our Facebook pageFind us on Twitter @ZilchcastIf you cannot see the audio controls, listen/download the audio file hereDownload (right click, save as)
Monkees News and "We need to talk about monkee chow mein". Farewell tour, it looks like this is it. https://www.monkees.com/article/the-monkees-announce-farewell-tour-datesDolenz Sings Nesmith, a collection of songs featuring Micky paying tribute to the songbook of Michael Nesmith. Order now! On CD http://www.7arecords.com/product/dolenz-sings-nesmith/ Or on vinyl http://www.7arecords.com/product/dolenz-sings-nesmith-180g-coloured-vinyl/Or from Amazon worldwide Aired 4/16/21We were born to love one another.Support Zilch, get a cool shirt!www.redbubble.com/people/designsbyken/works/12348740-zilch-podcast?c=314383-monkees-inspired-artJoin our Facebook pageFind us on Twitter @ZilchcastIf you cannot see the audio controls, listen/download the audio file hereDownload (right click, save as)
Be our next guest: https://hughesintegrated.com/podcast-guest/Connect with Jake Hall: https://www.linkedin.com/company/the-manufacturing-millennial/You can spend all day taking great pictures and writing out the perfect caption. But then you finally hit "post" and ... Nothing. Nada. Zilch. Bupkis.I've been there and that's why I was so amazed when my friend Jake Hall (aka the Manufacturing Millennial) told me he gained 3 million views on LinkedIn in less than 9 months. 3 million!Sounds impossible right? Well on the latest episode of the Thrive Collective Podcast Jake shares just how he did it.He lets us in on the secret sauce he used to build his brand and make a bunch of connections. You're going to want to have a notepad ready for this one.Editing credits for this podcast go to Nathan Roels
Hey mama if you are over the age of 40, this is for you. You are getting older, and you have noticed changes and not good changes!! You cannot get the weight off! It’s so frustrating. You are trying ALL the things, but your metabolism feels like it has come to a screeching halt! It’s time to Master your Metabolism. We are separating fact from fiction on the female metabolism today on Healthy Harmony! It makes me so angry that we as women have been handed a bunch of lies our whole life about metabolism and weight loss. It’s ridiculous because the science doesn’t add up! How often have you heard...if you want to lose weight, eat less move more, It’s just about calories in vs. calories out. So, you do that. You diet, cut calories and exercise. You feel like you are doing everything right. You about kill yourself and nothing happens! Zero, Zilch, Nada! The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results! Aren't you tired of starving yourself and not seeing the results you are looking for? Then this podcast is just for YOU! Listen in as I give you 5 healthy habits to boost your metabolism. And tune in next week, as I interview an expert guest and we further unpack the myths about women, exercise and metabolism! PS...If you are LOVING this podcast, don't forget to leave a 5 star rating and a written review! For Apple listeners, click here https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/inspire-healthy-harmony-health-transformation-functional/id1494961750 And if you missed the podcast where I go OFF on the food industry and fill you in on a secret called "health washing," click here Part 2 What the Heck do I Eat? Exposing Food Industry Lies https://www.inspirehealthyharmony.com/exposing-the-food-industry.html#/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/inspirehealthyharmony/message
7a's Glenn Gretlund & Christian Nesmith talk Dolenz Sings Nesmith, Join Ken Mills as we go through the making of the album. 7a Records has revealed that a digital single, "Different Drum" / "Propinquity", will be issued on April 23 as a preview of Micky's forthcoming album, Dolenz Sings Nesmith, a collection of songs featuring Micky paying tribute to the songbook of Michael Nesmith. Order now! On CD http://www.7arecords.com/product/dolenz-sings-nesmith/ Or on vinyl http://www.7arecords.com/product/dolenz-sings-nesmith-180g-coloured-vinyl/Or from Amazon worldwide Aired 4/16/21We were born to love one another.Support Zilch, get a cool shirt!www.redbubble.com/people/designsbyken/works/12348740-zilch-podcast?c=314383-monkees-inspired-artJoin our Facebook pageFind us on Twitter @ZilchcastIf you cannot see the audio controls, listen/download the audio file hereDownload (right click, save as)
Discussing Supernatural's Season 1, Episode 18 "Something Wicked." We delve into the lore behind the Shtriga and determine Albanian witches are drunken bees. Shtriga: Summer Camp https://youtu.be/01ryGT9OJO8 Gothic metal band Shtriga https://www.bandmix.com/deva/ Malyasian instrumental rock band Reset to Zilch who has a “A Phantasm; Antithetical” https://resettozilch.bandcamp.com/track/shtriga Sources: https://thedemoniacal.blogspot.com/2010/07/shtriga.html (https://thedemoniacal.blogspot.com/2010/07/shtriga.html) https://wikimili.com/en/Shtriga (https://wikimili.com/en/Shtriga) https://lotsoflore.blogspot.com/p/shtriga.html (https://lotsoflore.blogspot.com/p/shtriga.html) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Striga (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Striga) https://www.metal-archives.com/bands/Shtriga/68384 (https://www.metal-archives.com/bands/Shtriga/68384) http://www.supernaturalwiki.com/1.18_Something_Wicked Durham, M. (1923). 121. Of Magic, Witches and Vampires in the Balkans. Man, 23, 189-192. doi:10.2307/2788569 Durham, M. (1910). High Albania and its Customs in 1908. The Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland, 40, 453-472. doi:10.2307/2843266
In the latest installment of Monkees 101 – a segment of the Zilch: A Monkees Podcast which I co-host with Dr. Sarah Clark. We’re covering all 58 episodes of the show one at a time. In this show we analyze “I’ve Got a Little Song Here” (written by the amazing, future Emmy-winning Treva Silverman), which … Continue reading "Drs. Rosanne Welch and Dr. Sarah Clark discuss The Monkees “I’ve Got a Little Song Here” episode on the Zilch Podcast’s Monkees 101 Series [Audio]" Related posts: Drs. Rosanne Welch and Sarah Clark discuss The Monkees “Here Come the Monkees (Pilot)” episode on the Zilch Podcast’s Monkees 101 Series [Audio] Drs. Rosanne Welch and Sarah Clark discuss The Monkees “Monkees A La Carte” episode on the Zilch Podcast’s Monkees 101 Series [Audio] Drs. Rosanne Welch and Sarah Clark discuss The Monkees “The Chaperone” episode on the Zilch Podcast’s Monkees 101 Series [Audio]
The Zilch Staff drops Tour News AND the “Dolenz Sings Nesmith” track lists before a double-header episode! First up Sarah talks to Nashville musician Walter Cherry about his ambitious 5(!) album Monkees cover project, and then it’s time for Monkees 101! Sarah and Rosanne talk I’ve Got a Little Song here, which aired November 28, 1966. Mike writes a new song, but the publishing company he tries to sell it to tries to rip him off.Aired 3/22/21Find Walter Cherry at www.reverbnation.com/themusiccitymadmanGet Peter Tork's "STHH"CD: https://www.deepdiscount.com/stranger-things-have-happened/5060209950297180g Splatter Vinyl: https://www.deepdiscount.com/stranger-things-have-happened-180gm-neon-magenta-splatter-vinyl/5060209950303 UK Customers: CD: https://www.keymailrecords.com/stranger-things-have-happened-peter-tork-7a029?search=peter+tork180g Splatter Vinyl: https://www.keymailrecords.com/stranger-things-have-happened-neon-magenta-splatter-vinyl-peter-tork-7a030lp?search=peter+torkOr from Amazon worldwide We were born to love one another.Support Zilch, get a cool shirt!www.redbubble.com/people/designsbyken/works/12348740-zilch-podcast?c=314383-monkees-inspired-artJoin our Facebook pageFind us on Twitter @ZilchcastIf you cannot see the audio controls, listen/download the audio file hereDownload (right click, save as)
British Musician, songwriter and award winning ditzy blonde (not sure which the awards were for), Chantel McGregor presents her podcast 'Tel Tales'. Since Chantel is an avid fan of real and craft ales, cats, music, food and Yorkshire, expect drunken, flat cap wearing cats, dancing to proper music whilst eating chips with gravy (only joking - the cat didn't enjoy the Pawsecco)! This episode sees Chantel chatting about all the things that haven't happened in the last few months.
Andrew Sandoval talks "The Monkees: The Day-By-Day Story". Go to http://beatlandbooks.com/reserve-your-book Reservations are extremely limited and will only be accepted until March 15, 2021. This episode aired 2/22/21US Customers: CD: https://www.deepdiscount.com/stranger-things-have-happened/5060209950297180g Splatter Vinyl: https://www.deepdiscount.com/stranger-things-have-happened-180gm-neon-magenta-splatter-vinyl/5060209950303 UK Customers: CD: https://www.keymailrecords.com/stranger-things-have-happened-peter-tork-7a029?search=peter+tork180g Splatter Vinyl: https://www.keymailrecords.com/stranger-things-have-happened-neon-magenta-splatter-vinyl-peter-tork-7a030lp?search=peter+torkOr from Amazon worldwide We were born to love one another.Support Zilch, get a cool shirt!www.redbubble.com/people/designsbyken/works/12348740-zilch-podcast?c=314383-monkees-inspired-artJoin our Facebook pageFind us on Twitter @ZilchcastIf you cannot see the audio controls, listen/download the audio file hereDownload (right click, save as)
Zilch & The PTFB Team, Sarah Clark, and Tim Powers are co-hosting a Stranger Things Have Happened Zoom Listening Party on FEBRUARY 13 AT 4:00 Eastern, featuring appearances by Glenn Gretlund, Mark Kleiner, James Lee Stanley, and others! Register Here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/139046793703After Tim and Sarah plug the listening party (and get a little silly), Sarah and Rosanne discuss "Monkees a la Carte, which aired November 21, 1966. "A gangster has taken over the boys' favorite Italian restaurant ,so they disguise themselves as The Purple Flower Gang." Ken talks "Monkees, Memes & Mittens"Aired 2/5/21 Get Peter Tork's STHH DeluxeUS Customers: CD: https://www.deepdiscount.com/stranger-things-have-happened/5060209950297180g Splatter Vinyl: https://www.deepdiscount.com/stranger-things-have-happened-180gm-neon-magenta-splatter-vinyl/5060209950303 UK Customers: CD: https://www.keymailrecords.com/stranger-things-have-happened-peter-tork-7a029?search=peter+tork180g Splatter Vinyl: https://www.keymailrecords.com/stranger-things-have-happened-neon-magenta-splatter-vinyl-peter-tork-7a030lp?search=peter+torkOr from Amazon worldwide We were born to love one another.Support Zilch, get a cool shirt!www.redbubble.com/people/designsbyken/works/12348740-zilch-podcast?c=314383-monkees-inspired-artJoin our Facebook pageFind us on Twitter @ZilchcastIf you cannot see the audio controls, listen/download the audio file hereDownload (right click, save as)
When I finished writing the book and going to book signings or conferences where I could keep talking about The Monkees I thought I was done. Then Sarah Clark, PhD emailed and asked me if I’d like to do a segment called “Monkees 101” where we both put our PhD hats and talked about each episode … Continue reading "Drs. Rosanne Welch and Sarah Clark discuss The Monkees “Here Come the Monkees (Pilot)” episode on the Zilch Podcast’s Monkees 101 Series [Audio]" Related posts: Drs. Rosanne Welch and Sarah Clark discuss The Monkees “The Chaperone” episode on the Zilch Podcast’s Monkees 101 Series [Audio] Drs. Rosanne Welch and Sarah Clark discuss “Don’t Look a Gift Horse in the Mouth” on the Zilch Podcast’s Monkees 101 Series [Audio] Drs. Rosanne Welch and Sarah Clark discuss “Monkees in a Ghost Town” on the Zilch Podcast’s Monkees 101 Series [Audio]
Zilch #161 Monkees 101-10 "Here Come the Monkees (Pilot)" Zilch talks The Monkees TV show, Season 1 Episode 10 In the series pilot which aired November 14, 1966. "The group auditions for the Sweet Sixteen Party, and Davy falls for a sweet 16-year-old." Aired 1/7/21Get Peter Tork's STHH DeluxeUS Customers: CD: https://www.deepdiscount.com/stranger-things-have-happened/5060209950297180g Splatter Vinyl: https://www.deepdiscount.com/stranger-things-have-happened-180gm-neon-magenta-splatter-vinyl/5060209950303 UK Customers: CD: https://www.keymailrecords.com/stranger-things-have-happened-peter-tork-7a029?search=peter+tork180g Splatter Vinyl: https://www.keymailrecords.com/stranger-things-have-happened-neon-magenta-splatter-vinyl-peter-tork-7a030lp?search=peter+torkOr from Amazon worldwide We were born to love one another.Support Zilch, get a cool shirt!www.redbubble.com/people/designsbyken/works/12348740-zilch-podcast?c=314383-monkees-inspired-artJoin our Facebook pageFind us on Twitter @ZilchcastIf you cannot see the audio controls, listen/download the audio file hereDownload (right click, save as)
Philip Belamant, the Founder and CEO of London-based fintech, Zilch, which is re-defining the Buy Now Pay Later industry by placing the consumer in control joins Enterprise Radio. The post Fintech entrepreneur Philip Belamant unfolds the UK-based By Now Pay Later platform Zilch appeared first on Enterprise Podcast Network - EPN.
Disclaimer: The audio on the Core4Life side is pretty bad for this episode. Someone (Ryan) didn't set up the audio input correctly, so our side of the conversation was recorded on the built-in microphone on our laptop instead of our mixer. Luckily, Matt's side was crystal clear and he's the one you want to hear anyway! Bourbon: Western Reserve Small Batch Today we welcome Matt Knabe to the show. Matt is a Licensed Professional Counselor with Emerge Counseling Ministries, a talented musician who has toured and played with some big names in the industry, a husband, and a father. Started his music career at 15 Touring regionally Opening for bands like Kid Rock, Matchbox 20, The Eels, Big Wreck Always felt like he belonged on the stage with those bands Eventually started a band called Ligion which was signed, toured nationally, and appeared on MTV Played one show in Akron, then opened for Collective Soul Had to quickly produce a record because radio stations were getting demands for their songs The idea behind the name and band was unifying people. Bringing them together through music The time with Ligion actually brought Matt further from God A tour manager said that their antics were worse than Guns & Roses and Motley Crue back in their day Was the touring guitarist for the band Zilch, which was made up of musicians from DCTalk's backing band Changed their name to Sonic Flood when their first record came out Blew up after I Want to Know You was released Became disillusioned with some of the stuff that was going on behind-the-scenes in the Christian music touring industry Went through a dark time where he wouldn't leave his apartment for 2 months Out of that, he started going to counseling at Emerge and achieved some breakthroughs His counselor asked if he ever considered doing what he does and that turned on a light bulb in Matt's mind Started pursuing counseling and eventually came to work at Emerge For the first couple of years he saw client after client, but this past year he also started a podcast called ExEm --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
This week, Cory, Mark and Rick talk about the upcoming NXT Wargames card, Jimmy Rave losing an arm, and Hornswoggle debuting as AJ Styles. Also, Drew McInfart, Rick is relieved about the Women's tag titles, and Cory is mad at his dad for not being famous. Enjoy!
Sam Maggs makes her Star Wars comics debut with a Kylo Ren feature in Star Wars Adventures #2 that had no business being as good as it was, while we see the start of a new arc in Doctor Aphra #6, along with new artists Ray-Anthony Height and Robert Gill.In news, it's all about plans for The High Republic Adventures debut in February, along with the decision to hold back Doctor Aphra and Bounty Hunters that month, though both are set for a return in March.Upcoming Star Wars comics include:Dec. 2 _ Zero. Zip. Zilch. The big goose egg.Dec. 9 _ Star Wars #9_ Star Wars Adventures, Vol. 2, “Unexpected Detour” TPB_ Star Wars Adventures, Vol. 4, “Smuggler’s Blues” TPB_ Star Wars Adventures, Vol. 6, “Flight of the Falcon” TPBDec. 16 _ Darth Vader #8_ Star Wars Adventures, Vol. 1, “Heroes of the Galaxy” TPB_ Star Wars Adventures, Vol. 3, “Endangered” TPB_ Star Wars Adventures, Vol. 5, “Mechanical Mayhem” TPBDec. 23 _ Star Wars Adventures: Smuggler’s Run #1 _ Bounty Hunters #8Dec. 30 _ Star Wars Adventures #3 Jan. 6_ Star Wars #10_ Star Wars: The High Republic #1 _ Star Wars Adventures #3 _ Darth Vader #7 2nd PrintingJan. 13 _ Darth Vader #9_ Star Wars Adventures #4 _ Star Wars Adventures #5Jan. 20 _ Doctor Aphra #7Jan. 27 _ Bounty Hunters #9 _ Star Wars Adventures: Smuggler’s Run #2 (of 2)_ Doctor Aphra (Vol. 2), Vol. 1, "Fortune and Fate" TPB _ Beware Vader’s Castle (Collects Tales From Vader’s Castle and Return to Vader’s Castle mini-series) HC _ Star Wars Adventures, Vol. 11, "Rise of the Wookiees" TPB _ The Clone Wars — Battle Tales TPBFeb. 3 _ Star Wars: The High Republic Adventures #1_ Star Wars #11_ Star Wars: The High Republic #2 Feb. 10 _ Darth Vader #10_ The Phantom Menace Graphic Novel Adaptation from IDWFeb. 17 _ Star Wars Adventures #6_ The Rise of Skywalker Graphic Novel Adaptation TPB (IDW)Feb. 24 _ Doctor Aphra Omnibus HCApril 7_ Star Wars (Vol. 3), Vol. 2, Tarkin’s Will TPB Announced But as Yet Unscheduled Comics _ The Rise of Skywalker Adaptation by Marvel (5-issue mini-series)_ The Mandalorian titles from Marvel & IDW
Ken Mills is joined by Glenn Gretlund & Mark Kleiner the new 7a releases for the first-time reissue of his only solo album, 1994’s"Stranger Things Have Happened". It includes 9 bonus tracks and a 36 page colour booklet! The CD and Vinyl versions will be released on December 4th in the UK and December 12th in the US Find "7a" on FB www.facebook.com/7aRecords Originally aired 11/24/20US Customers: CD: https://www.deepdiscount.com/stranger-things-have-happened/5060209950297180g Splatter Vinyl: https://www.deepdiscount.com/stranger-things-have-happened-180gm-neon-magenta-splatter-vinyl/5060209950303 UK Customers: CD: https://www.keymailrecords.com/stranger-things-have-happened-peter-tork-7a029?search=peter+tork180g Splatter Vinyl: https://www.keymailrecords.com/stranger-things-have-happened-neon-magenta-splatter-vinyl-peter-tork-7a030lp?search=peter+torkOr from Amazon worldwide We were born to love one another.Support Zilch, get a cool shirt!www.redbubble.com/people/designsbyken/works/12348740-zilch-podcast?c=314383-monkees-inspired-artJoin our Facebook pageFind us on Twitter @ZilchcastIf you cannot see the audio controls, listen/download the audio file hereDownload (right click, save as)
R4 #50- Aaron is joined by first time guest co-pilot and podcasting legend, The Podfather, Ken Mills, from the Podkisst, Cheap Talk With Trick Chat Podcast, Zilch! A Monkees Podcast, and Pop! A Pop Culture Podcast as they review Peter Criss' 1978 debut solo album! Rock on! Contact Aaron at firstname.lastname@example.org , or also on the Ridiculous Rock Record Reviews Facebook page. https://www.facebook.com/R4podcast Twitter: @R4podcastAaron Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/r4podcaster/ Check out Ken's awesome podcasts! Podkisst: http://podkisst.com Cheap Talk With Trick Chat: http://cheaptalktrickchat.blogspot.com Zilch! A Monkees Podcast: https://zilchmonkeescast.blogspot.com Pop! A Pop Culture Podcast: https://poppodcast.blogspot.com
Annabel Jones & Anita Williams Weinberg talk Tea,Music and a surprise and a bunch of Monkees News!!! https://www.jonesorganictea.com/Tweet @okannabelOriginally aired 11/12/20We were born to love one another.Support Zilch, get a cool shirt!www.redbubble.com/people/designsbyken/works/12348740-zilch-podcast?c=314383-monkees-inspired-artJoin our Facebook pageFind us on Twitter @ZilchcastIf you cannot see the audio controls, listen/download the audio file hereDownload (right click, save as)
No, that's not sacrilegious. It's the truth. James Harden and playoff championships are synonymous, right? Wrong! How many Championships has Hardin won with the Houston Rockets? Count 'em. It's easy. No fingers. None. Zip. Zilch. Nada. So why are he and Russell Westbrook balking about the direction of the team? Time for a change? Here what I have to say in today's rant.
This podcast title came from a meme that really resonated with me, “Never beg to be loved.” While it may not sound like something you would do, I see it quite often in insecurely attached relationships (it never happens in healthy relationships). Begging to be loved results from feeling misunderstood or not properly seen, and being so invested in the relationship that you need your partner to be in the same place you are. Your world revolves around him/her, and you’re terrified of not finding that again with someone else. The feeling is desperate and painful; like you might die if your partner leaves. And on top of your fear of loss is a big ol’ layer of shame. If anyone knew how you were acting in order to keep your partner, you would die all over again. This also happens a lot with break-ups. Your partner says it’s over, which sends you into a tail spin. You beg him/her to stay because when you look at the future, all you see is pain. The only thing you believe will ease that pain is to convince your partner it’s a mistake, and you’ll do whatever it takes to demonstrate how awesome and amazing you are. If you’ve ever been on the other side of this, you know it doesn’t matter what your partner says or does. When you’re done, you’re done. When you beg to be loved, it comes from an attached place of being chosen rather than choosing—a powerless position. Let me tell you something: there is NOTHING so flawed about you that you need to beg someone to love you. Nothing. Zilch. Believing that on an emotional level, however, can be challenging because your negative beliefs show up telling you you’re not good enough, not worthy of love, etc. So instead of fighting it, ride that emotional wave and accept where you are. Accept the shame and really FEEL it. Then, look deeper at what you’re afraid of losing. What do you think you can only get from this one person? Whatever that is, give it to yourself. When you’re filled up emotionally, you will never have to beg to be loved; that love will already exist inside. Join my FREE Facebook Group for free monthly challenges and ongoing support from me and my coaches: bit.ly/2WRdKBt Want to submit a question? Click here: bit.ly/AskTracyCrossley and watch live on Facebook every Thursday at 9 am PST. Sick of being insecurely attached? Click here to get my free meditative insecure attachment release: tracy-crossley.mykajabi.com/pl/140617
Start Ups is the name of the game with Mark Grimes, todays guest joining us on the Join Up Dots podcast. He is a man who over the last few months has taken more action than most people, not least himself have done over the last 18 years. You see over nearly two decades our guest today created a list of businesses that he thought would be proven winners. Or at least those that were worth reviewing and developing to see if they bore fruit. Now since August 1, 2020, he is a man on fire. As he says "Since August 2020 I launched one new startup every day for 31 days in a row. Yep, 31 brand spanking new companies. No business plans drawn up. No money raised. No teams assembled. No website created—nothing done ahead of time. Zero. Zip. Zilch. Lean and mean. 100% transparent. 100% open. How The Start Ups Dots Joined Up For Mark Grimes One new idea was selected each day from 350+ business ideas scribbled down over the last 18 years, aka the Dunning Kruger Project. Is this for real? Yes. Am I joking? No. Am I nuts? We'll see. Why am I doing this? Well, there are 55 million newly unemployed people in the US alone. There is continuing economic upheaval. There are tense racial, political, and personal divisions among us. There is a global pandemic. Is this the worst possible time to launch and grow a startup? Yes Could it be the best possible time? Yes. Which of course makes him a perfect guest for a show like Join Up Dots So where can people start first with so many ideas flooding around us all everyday? And of course how does he remain organised and focused on developing every single one. Well let's find out as we bring onto the show to start joining up dots with the one and only Mark Grimes
Zero fight picks were picked correctly. Zero. ZERO. Goose egg. Nada. Zilch. And? And it's not host Eugene S. Robinson's fault at all. Pay here IF you wish: www.patreon.com/thestomp --------------------------------------------------------------- Give the live video broadcast of the show a “thumbs up”, subscribe and share on The Show Stomper YT page: https://youtu.be/XHZQfEqXJJU OR: Give the premium video production of the show a “like” and share on facebook every week right here at: https://www.facebook.com/stompville/ OR: Listen to premium audio on his SoundCloud channel at: https://soundcloud.com/user-914736745 OR FIND THE STOMPER ON SPOTIFY NOW! - https://open.spotify.com/show/353qdjKsABTte8zQVZCwyd?si=OJjhBfBfTYyYiSZSE5RV0g OR on his iTunes & Apple TV: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/eugene-s-robinson-show-stomper/id1340723629?mt=2 or iHeartRadio: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/269-eugene-s-robinson-show-sto-30674882/ or OverCast: https://overcast.fm/itunes1340723629/eugene-s-robinson-show-stomper or PlayerFM: https://player.fm/series/eugene-s-robinson-show-stomper or TuneIn: https://tunein.com/podcasts/Sports--Recreation-Podcasts/Eugene-S-Robinson-Show-Stomper-p1190934/ or Stitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/the-eugene-s-robinson-show-stomper?refid=stpr or blubrry: https://www.blubrry.com/eugene_s_robinson_show_stomper/ AND NOW ON AMAZON MUSIC! - https://music.amazon.com/podcasts/31b526af-ea19-4022-ba38-202b583cf8d3/Eugene-S-Robinson-Show-Stomper ________________________________________ Show graphics & logos via June M. Williams: https://www.sbnation.com/users/June%2520M.%2520Williams #UFCPodcast #UFCFightIsland #UFC254 #KhabibvsGaethje #UFCReactions
Andrew Sandoval joins us to talk " Run Out Groove"'s " The Monkees" (DELUXE EDITION) Double albumand his book and more! You can still order the 2 disc Black Vinyl edition Pre-order closes: 11/9/2020 , Yellow edition sold out https://shop.runoutgroovevinyl.com/the-monkees-deluxe-edition-1.htmlOriginally aired 10/23/20We were born to love one another.Support Zilch, get a cool shirt!www.redbubble.com/people/designsbyken/works/12348740-zilch-podcast?c=314383-monkees-inspired-artJoin our Facebook pageFind us on Twitter @ZilchcastIf you cannot see the audio controls, listen/download the audio file hereDownload (right click, save as)
Christian Nesmith joins us to talk 'Dolenz Sings Nesmith.', The art of sound, surviving today and so much more. Micky Dolenz has signed a deal to record an album of cover songs written by his fellow Monkee Michael Nesmith, 'Dolenz Sings Nesmith.' the record will be produced by Nez’s son Christian Nesmith with Monkee manager/historian Andrew Sandoval tackling A&R duties and brought to you by "7a" Records! Look for "Cosmological" From Christian and Circe Link Find them at www.circelink.com/Originally aired 9/29/20We were born to love one another.Support Zilch, get a cool shirt!www.redbubble.com/people/designsbyken/works/12348740-zilch-podcast?c=314383-monkees-inspired-artJoin our Facebook pageFind us on Twitter @ZilchcastIf you cannot see the audio controls, listen/download the audio file hereDownload (right click, save as)
We take on The Monkees Present Side 2 Discussion Roundtable with David Ghosty Wills, Melinda Gildart, Jeff Gehringer & hosted by Jeff Hulit. See if you agree with their takes. Tommy Bee drops his thoughts as well. The Monkees Present (also known as The Monkees Present Micky, David, Michael or simply Present) is the Monkees' eighth album. It is the second Monkees album released after the departure of Peter Tork and the last to feature Michael Nesmith until 1996's Justus. Released 10/1/1969Originally aired 8/20/20We were born to love one another.Support Zilch, get a cool shirt!www.redbubble.com/people/designsbyken/works/12348740-zilch-podcast?c=314383-monkees-inspired-artJoin our Facebook pageFind us on Twitter @ZilchcastIf you cannot see the audio controls, listen/download the audio file hereDownload (right click, save as)
We dive into The Monkees Present Side 1 Discussion Roundtable , it is discussed by David Ghosty Wills, Melinda Gildart, Jeff Gehringer & hosted by Jeff Hulit. See if you agree with their takes. Tommy Bee drops his thoughts as well. The Monkees Present (also known as The Monkees Present Micky, David, Michael or simply Present) is the Monkees' eighth album. It is the second Monkees album released after the departure of Peter Tork and the last to feature Michael Nesmith until 1996's Justus. Released 10/1/1969Order your Peter Tork buttons and photos to benefit Sherri Hansen via PayPal to email@example.com. $10 per button, $20 per photo, or $25 for both. International orders, add $5.Originally aired 7/31/20We were born to love one another.Support Zilch, get a cool shirt!www.redbubble.com/people/designsbyken/works/12348740-zilch-podcast?c=314383-monkees-inspired-artJoin our Facebook pageFind us on Twitter @ZilchcastIf you cannot see the audio controls, listen/download the audio file hereDownload (right click, save as)
I've had negotiation on my mind, Ya'll. Negotiation. It's as inescapable as grief and we get just as much education in how to do it. Zilch! Nada! Nothing! Sensitives and Survivors can really struggle in the face of the vibes that come from hard-ball negotiation tactics. I hope this week's episode helps shine light on the areas we can own and grow to become better negotiators in life. Light and love! For exclusive episodes visit: https://www.patreon.com/emotionalbadass
In episode #1376, we ask what happens if your startup has exhausted all of its cash and you slash your marketing spend to zilch? Marketing is often the first expense to get cut when money is low, and in some ways this makes sense. Tune in to hear our thoughts on the best ways to cut marketing costs without losing vital income! TIME-STAMPED SHOW NOTES: [00:25] Today’s topic: What Happens If Your Startup Has Exhausted All of Its Cash and You Slash Your Marketing Spend to Zilch? [00:41] The first expense that goes out of the window: marketing. [01:06] Keeping the profitable marketing budget and cutting the rest. [01:49] The story of ConversionXL and the idea of paid trials. [03:22] Look for partnerships for a cheap alternative to traditional marketing. [04:27] Playing the long game, adapting and taking some inspiration from Gary V. [05:54] Using SparkToro to find your ideal partnership! [06:20] That is it for today! [06:23] To stay updated with events and learn more about our mastermind, go to the Marketing School site for more information. Links Mentioned in Today’s Episode: ConversionXL Gary V SparkToro Leave Some Feedback: What should we talk about next? Please let us know in the comments below Did you enjoy this episode? If so, please leave a short review. Connect with Us: Neilpatel.com Quick Sprout Growth Everywhere Single Grain Twitter @neilpatel Twitter @ericosiu