Best Diesel podcasts we could find (Updated March 2019)
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Tim Diesel is an author, business consultant and a real estate investment strategist. He holds an active real estate license in Florida, specializing in multifamily/apartment sales and a passion for helping investors structure their deals the right way. Not just an average commercial broker, Tim Diesel is constantly investing in real estate all over the country and he has written two books on real estate. Finally, investors have a broker that understands exactly what they are going through. ...
Much bigger than sports, "The Big Podcast with Shaq" is fun, topical, and slightly irreverent. Shaquille O'Neal talks news, entertainment, controversy, and the crazy life of the Diesel himself. Shaq and his sports sidekick, John Kincade never know who will show up to shoot the proverbial shh..uh, well, you know. New episodes are available every Monday at and through iTunes! To access the entire Big Podcast with Shaq archive, go to
Join us as we chart the long and often arduous journey between Hulkamania and The Attitude Era! Starring Bret Hart, Shawn Michaels, Diesel, Razor Ramon, Lex Luger, Yokozuna and... Mantaur??
Diesel + Sports
Welcome to Diesel + Sports podcast where we give you all the information about sports!
Every week on Nerd Rage! The Great Debates, your moderator, Marc Abrigo, challenges the funniest stand-up comics, podcasters, and even pro-wrestlers to take sides and square off to settle some of geekdom’s hottest (and often times, weirdest) debates: how many muscle cars does Vin Diesel need to beat Captain America? Is Steven Universe a better frontman than Super Mario? And just what the hell will a lightsaber accomplish in the world of the Matrix? All will be settled -- are you ready to rage?
The MFCEO Project
Do you really want to fulfill your own true potential? Learn how to build a real business with Andy Frisella on The MFCEO Project. Andy is an entrepreneur, CEO, author, and public speaker. He's built a $100+ million empire from nothing; and on the MFCEO Project he's going to show you how to do that, too. His podcast covers entrepreneur basics like money, marketing, and management. But Andy also takes your business to the next level with goal setting, productivity, the success mindset and mor ...
OhioIsOnFire Show
This is the show where Ohio throws down! Hear the music, people and stories of all the good things happening in Ohio! Featuring the segments OMVP and Final Message to end the show on deep thoughts. Hosted by Daniel Diesel! This show began in 2007 as a way to serve as an alternative to the same mainstream hoopla.Starting with episode 171, this series is available for podcast download. Hosted by Anchor.FMProduced live on WWSU 106.9 FM from Wright State in Dayton, Ohio. Watch the live action sh ...
Crime in Sports
Two comedians take an unmerciful and hilarious look at athletes who have lost big games...with the law! Crime in Sports does the research, and finds the funny in the world of sports true crime. New episode every week!
Discussions on Current Events, Culture, music, entertainment, and spirituality. Truth Exposed Nation Ⓜ
Interviews and stories with real people about cruising and sailing
Cole Samuelson, Physical Therapist, Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist, talks current topics of Physical Therapy, Strength and Conditioning, diet and nutrition, athletics, family, and raising 3 highly competitive children. Cover art photo provided by Jeroen Bosch on Unsplash:
I Heart Guitar
Discussion with musicians, guitar makers, industry folk and just plain interesting people. By music journalist Peter Hodgson
Boats! Boats! Boats! New listings, sea trials, and much more!
From guns to wrecking balls, from beers to bulldozers.. This is STILL Under Construction, with Jason Hulcy.
Brian Breaker, Mitch Baxter, and Bayn come together to highlight some incredibly unappreciated talent in the world of Pro Wrestling. Join them for a trip down memory lane!
Over A Cigar
Internet Radios Original Cigar Lounge This is a show that is as simple as - "What do friends talk about over a cigar?" We have been known to cover the full range of topics from Cigars (obviously) to "what is your favorite cookie?". We can promise the show is always interesting to some level. We encourage you to call in and join to the conversation.
Mad Mariner
Mad Mariner is a world-class boating magazine, filled with fantastic journeys, dream boats, expert advice and honest reviews. But this journal arrives on your desktop, not your doorstep - and it shows up every single day. The MadCast is Mad Mariner's weekly podcast, which covers all aspects of boats and boating.
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As a guy who started with $0 in the bank 20+ years ago & now personally earns well into 8 figures a year, I've been around the broke & the ballers, losers & winners...& I can tell you this: those who never experience all the valuable things in life...the stuff money can buy & the stuff it can't...definitely suffer from an either/or mentality. T ...…
THE group behind the luxury Ashford Castle hotel in Co Mayo have announced plans to open another five-star hotel in Dublin at a location currently used to house up to 220 asylum seekers.
AIB is poised to sign off on a controversial €1bn sale of bad loans including mortgages to US fund Cerberus, understands.
This week, we explore the world of a guy, who just wanted to be a fighter. He would do anything to get to that dream, including hiding a past that includes some of the most reprehensible crimes you can commit. He hid in plain sight, until his whole facade came crashing down... one of his fights. With his past revealed, do you think he straighte ...…
THE award-winning Harvey's Point hotel on Lough Eske in Co Donegal has been sold by long-time family owners to an investment fund managed by Davy Real Estate.
FINANCIAL services firm IFG is to be sold to private equity firm Epiris GP for £206m (€240.6m).
The economy will grow more slowly than expected this year in large part due to a weaker export environment, according to the latest forecasts from Investec.
The DAA has been told by Fingal County Council to provide more information about plans to make changes to infrastructure including taxiways planned as part of its €320m runway project at Dublin Airport.
CENTRAL Bank Governor Philip Lane is to tell politicians that legislation to regulate the sale of mortgages to vulture funds will push up interest rates on home loans.
European dealmaking is on course for its worst first quarter since the height of the credit crisis.
Plans by developer Johnny Ronan to increase the scale of a residential and aparthotel development in Dublin's docklands are being opposed by a number of local residents.
Recorded at The Rendezvous in downtown Seattle, sometimes with live shows, things can get chaotic -- other times, "chaotic" is an understatement. On this episode? It is most DEFINITELY the latter. Four comics from San Francisco, four comics from Seattle, a whole bunch of rowdy audience members, and a venue just for us? You bet your ass this is ...…
Shaquille O'Neal talks about his new deal to become the face of Papa Johns, and how he felt that the company needed a boost that only a guy like him could provide. We also talk about Shaq's appearance on Hot Ones, and the big man says those wings were the hottest thing he's ever eaten! Shaq also comments on the retirement of his best friend Rob ...…
Profit before tax grew 27pc at Finance Ireland last year, with the non-bank lender looking at a potential 2020 IPO.
Ireland will get 70pc of its electricity from renewable energy sources by 2030 under new plans.
Betting firms move at lightning speed when it comes to using new technology or even new marketing or advertising techniques. Gambling regulation on the other hand is more glacial.
Energy giant SSE has begun assessing Wicklow Port and Arklow Harbour as possible locations for a service base for the country's only offshore wind farm.
Ireland has become the fifth most attractive country in the world to do business in, according to a new study.
An Irish graphic design company has set its sights on more gaming projects after helping launch new World War II online multi-player title Heroes & Generals.
Visitors to any of the five Center Parcs holiday resorts in the UK can be safe in the knowledge that each one sticks to a tried and tested formula. At the heart of each is a water park, high-quality self-catering accommodation and a number of family-friendly restaurants. But the company has broken away from its standardised layout for its first ...…
Johnny Sexton could tell there was plenty of post-match criticism last week when he brought one of his children to swimming lessons. "I tend to ignore a lot of the noise and the press. But you know it's bad when people are coming up and asking are you OK. They mean well," he says.
Negative equity will finally end next year, sparking a new "wealth effect" and increasing consumer spending on luxury goods.
Wrestling has ended for my son and we start baseball. Thinking about his wrestling season and planning for baseball made me think of a Frank Martin quote about the current state of youth sports.
Smurfit Kappa is now valued €3.4bn below the level rival International Paper (IP) was offering for the business one year ago.
Dalata CEO Pat McCann was last year awarded the highest possible bonus he could receive under his remuneration scheme, bringing his total pay package to €1.51m in the 2018 financial year.
Barclays has continued to finalise the transfer of its mainland European business to Dublin, valuing its French business at €75m and its Italian branch at just €1m.
Central Bank of Ireland Governor Philip Lane has been confirmed as the latest appointment to the executive board of the ECB in a move that now kicks-off in earnest the race to succeed him at the Central Bank here.
Former Tayto crisps owner Ray Coyle stumped up €4.3m to back the €22m acquisition of Green Isle Foods and Donegal Catch, filings at the Companies Registration Office reveal.
There’s a lot of you guys out there who think you can tolerate a little compromise or deviation in your performance or integrity…what I call “a hole in your bucket”…& still succeed. The reality is, some of the giants of history have been reduced to f*cking ruins because they allowed a hole in their bucket. What was it?…why is it so lethal?…& mo ...…
The ESB expects to almost triple its British retail customer numbers to as many as 100,000 by the end of this year, intensifying its battle for consumers there as its base in its home market continues to be eroded.
Pre-tax profits at a Co Galway pharma firm led by RTÉ dragon Chanelle McCoy and her father more than doubled to €2.72m last year.
Dublin-listed oil and gas explorer PetroNeft has increased its loan facility with Swedish company Petrogrand to $2.5m (€2.2m) from $2m (€1.75m).
Pre-tax profits at the main Irish arm of online giant Amazon increased by 30.5pc to €39.46m last year as revenues soared.
The country's second-largest mobile operator has announced an 18pc increase in earnings before interest, tax and depreciation for 2018 but a 2pc fall in revenue over the same period.
TANAISTE Simon Coveney bluntly warned against turning Cork's long-delayed €80m events centre into "a political football."
Dublin-listed oil and gas explorer PetroNeft has increased its loan facility with Swedish company Petrogrand to $2.5m (€2.2m) from $2m (€1.75m).
Work is due to begin soon on the redevelopment of the former Clerys department store on Dublin's O'Connell Street, which has lain empty for four years. The remodelling of this iconic building has the potential to spark a revitalisation of O'Connell Street, and with joint developers Europa Capital, Paddy McKillen Jr, and Core Capital, I suspect ...…
Major job losses are predicted in the retail sector as employers turn to self-service checkouts after Marks and Spencer announced plans to cut 97 jobs across the country.
Revenue is plotting a crackdown on shareholders of private companies who undervalue their stakes in tax returns.
Inflight Dublin, an Irish tech firm that's one of the world's largest providers of inflight entertainment solutions to airlines, claims that it has lost revenue, potential clients, and suffered "irreparable harm" as a result of allegedly defective servers sold to it by a US firm.
Clare man John Slattery has been named the president and chief executive of the $5.25bn commercial aviation and services joint venture between Boeing and Brazilian jet-maker Embraer.
Dublin hotels experienced a fall in revenue per available room last month, following more than two years of positive growth.
An experimental floating wind turbine project off the west coast has received more than €30m in EU funding.
Dublin is still the most popular location for financial services firms relocating after Brexit, according to EY's latest Brexit tracker.
Whenever you see newspaper headlines about a chief executive and a loan, it usually involves money going from the company they work for to the senior executive.
The owners of the five-star Druid's Glen hotel and golf resort are in talks with the Neville Hotel Group in relation to the property's potential sale, the Irish Independent can reveal.
A portfolio of 27 Pre '63 properties comprising 213 residential units and three commercial properties distributed across Dublin's city's most sought after rental locations has been brought to the market for a guide price of €46m.
Mark Reynolds is to take up the role of deputy managing director at Savills Ireland with immediate effect. The move comes as current MD, Angus Potterton, assumes a greater role with the Savills European Board and wider business throughout Europe.
Industrial property specialist, HARVEY, has been appointed to sell or let a detached industrial/warehouse and office facility on a site of 1.9 acres at the Summerhill Industrial Estate in Co Meath. It is being offered for sale for €1.5m (exclusive), or to let at a quoting rent of €160,000 per annum.
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