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That Marketing Dude was founded by me, Luke Benjamin Thomas, a world traveler, digital nomad and motor mouth. I help digital nomads and location independent entrepreneurs, and those aspiring to become either, to build businesses that allow them to focus more on travel. I started this podcast because I was sick of listening to the same type of shows... So I created something different. I bring on guests as "co-hosts", not to interrogate them. I publish 3 shows a month talking about a specific ...
 
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In this episode, Luke Stamps is joined by special guest Sam Renihan to discuss Nehemiah Coxe and the contribution of his work A Discourse of the Covenants (1681) to Baptist theology. This episode is the third of the CBR Baptist Classics Reading Challenge. Subscribe to the CBR podcast: Apple | Spotify | YouTube FOLLOW US: Website | Facebook | Twitte…
 
In this episode, Matt Emerson and Luke Stamps discuss Baptist Confessions of Faith, a collection of the most important Baptist (and Anabaptist) confessions of faith in history. This episode is the first of the CBR Baptist Classics Reading Challenge. Subscribe to the CBR podcast: Apple | Spotify | YouTube Follow us: Website | Facebook | Twitter | Yo…
 
In this episode, Matt Emerson and Luke Stamps summarize and discuss several classic Baptist and Reformed works from the CBR Theology Classics Reading Challenge, including: Institutes of the Christian Religion (Calvin), 1689 Confession, Orthodox Creed, Catechism (Keach), Our Reasonable Faith (Bavinck), and Church Dogmatics (Barth). John Calvin, Inst…
 
In this episode, Luke Stamps and Channing Crisler summarize and discuss the main points of Luther’s Large Catechism, the eighth recommended read for the CBR Theology Classics Reading Challenge. Large Catechism Martin Luther, Large Catechism, 1529: Organized around the Ten Commandments, Apostle’s Creed, and Lord’s Prayer, along with an extended trea…
 
In this episode, Matt Emerson, Luke Stamps, and Tyler Wittman summarize and discuss the main points of Aquinas’ Summa Theologiae, the seventh recommended read for the CBR Theology Classics Reading Challenge. Summa Theologiae Thomas Aquinas, Summa Theologiae (a selection), 1265-74: The magnum opus of the “Angelic Doctor,” this work leaves almost no …
 
In this episode, Brandon Smith, Winston Hottman, and Gavin Ortlund summarize and discuss the main points of Anslem’s Why God Became Man, the sixth recommended read for the CBR Theology Classics Reading Challenge. Why God Became Man Anselm of Canterbury, Why God Became Man, c. 1098: One of the most influential treatments of the doctrine of the atone…
 
Theology Classics: Cyril of Alexandria In this episode, Matt Emerson and Luke Stamps summarize and discuss the main points of Cyril’s On the Unity of Christ, the fifth recommended read for the CBR Theology Classics Reading Challenge. On the Unity of Christ Cyril of Alexandria, On the Unity of Christ, c. 444: What does it mean to say that the Word b…
 
Manifesto V: Catholicity We encourage a critical but charitable engagement with the whole church of the Lord Jesus Christ, both past and present. We believe that Baptists have much to contribute as well as much to receive in the great collection of traditions that constitute the holy catholic church. We believe that we are “traditioned” creatures a…
 
Theology Classics: Augustine of Hippo In this episode, Luke Stamps and Winston Hottman summarize and discuss the main points of Augustine’s Enchiridion, the fourth recommended read for the CBR Theology Classics Reading Challenge. Enchiridion Augustine, Enchiridion, c. 420: St. Augustine is arguably the most influential figure in the history of the …
 
Theology Classics: Gregory of Nazianzus In this episode, Matt Emerson and Brandon Smith summarize and discuss the main points of Nazianzus' Five Theological Orations, the third recommended read for the CBR Theology Classics Reading Challenge. Five Theological Orations Gregory of Nazianzus, Five Theological Orations, c. 381: These five “orations” or…
 
Manifesto IV: Baptist Distinctives We affirm the distinctive contributions of the Baptist tradition as a renewal movement within the one, holy, catholic, and apostolic church. These distinctives include the necessity of personal conversion, a regenerate church, believers’ baptism, congregational governance, and religious liberty. Follow us: Website…
 
Manifesto III: Always Reforming We affirm the fundamentals of reformational theology, especially as they are expressed in the great solae of the Reformation: fallen humanity can be saved by grace alone through faith alone in Christ alone on the basis of Scripture alone to the glory of God alone. Follow us: Website | Facebook | Twitter | YouTube…
 
Theology Classics: Athanasius of Alexandria In this episode, Brandon Smith and Luke Stamps summarize and discuss the main points of Athanasius' On the Incarnation, the second recommended read for the CBR Theology Classics Reading Challenge. On the Incarnation Athanasius, On the Incarnation, c. 319: Written by the young Alexandrian priest several ye…
 
Manifesto II: The Centrality of the Gospel We affirm the centrality of the gospel—the good news of salvation through the incarnation, life, death, and resurrection of the Son of God—for Christian faith, life, and worship. Follow us: Website | Facebook | Twitter | YouTubeBy Matthew Emerson, Luke Stamps
 
Theology Classics: Irenaeus of Lyon In this episode, Matthew Emerson and Brandon Smith summarize and discuss the main points of Irenaeus's On the Apostolic Preaching, the first recommended read for the CBR Theology Classics Reading Challenge. On the Apostolic Preaching Irenaeus, On the Apostolic Preaching, c. 180: The first biblical theology in Chr…
 
Manifesto I: The Triune God In this episode, Matthew Emerson and Luke Stamps discuss the first article in the Manifesto for Evangelical Baptist Catholicity (EBC): the triune God. The CBR staff will discuss all the Manifesto articles in future episodes. Article I: We affirm the ontological priority of the Triune God and the epistemological priority …
 
Hey what's up Dude's and Dudette's! This show is going to be a little different to all of the other episodes because it's going to be just me... Lil' old LBT talk to you 1-on-1 about the new direction I'm taking and to explain to you why this season is ending earlier than originally planned. Lot's of things have changed recently. Lots of good thing…
 
What's up dudes and dudettes! today I have the awesome Jessica Rodriguez on the show to show us how we can make sure our product launches, well any launch really, runs as smooth as possible whilst we're on the road! Jessica Rodriguez is a Business and Visibility Strategist, Podcast Host, and founder of the #daydreamachievers™ movement - helping pur…
 
What's up dudes and dudettes!! Today is gonna be an incredible show! I have Luria Petrucci on the show to talk all about how to keep your Facebook live show running smoothly whilst traveling. Let's be honest... Did you consider how travelling might affect this? I didn't at first. Luria helps you create professional LIVE Streams that put you a notch…
 
What's up Dudes and Dudettes! Episode 4 is here and it's with my new friend Amy Schwartz and we're diving into some of her crazy adventures as an avid traveller! Amy is the loyal but mischievous friend who convinced you to go nightswimming, sing in math class, eat too many mangoes, tell the whole truth, start the dance floor, stand up for justice, …
 
In today's episode, Michelle Weinstein and I talk about Building Relationships With People On The Road For Both Business and Pleasure. Michelle has some high profile clients (like NFL teams) she's managed to land thanks to her ability to build relationships with people. So we'll be diving into how you can do the same for your business and for your …
 
What is up dudes and dudettes! In today’s episode I have my good good friend Kay Fabella back on the show to talk about how to run a client based business on the road for the first time. We’re going to be diving into how you can leverage your story to do this well… Get ready for this digital nomad lifestyle peoples! Kay Fabella is a storyteller and…
 
What up dudes and dudettes! Today I have my friend Jeremy Enns on the VERY FIRST episode of the new TMD Show where we’ll be diving into our experiences with travelling for the first time, plus some things you’ll need to consider when travelling as a podcaster. Jeremy Enns is the Storyteller In Chief of Ascetic Productions, a podcast consulting, pro…
 
In today's episode, I have Hani Mourra, the creator of the the beautiful podcast player you see on the show notes page, on the show to talk about the importance of automating content creation and automating publishing. Which as a digital nomad, is EXTREMELY important! I LOVE the podcast plugin that Hani has created! Hani is called "The Willy Wonka …
 
In today's episode, I have Kelly Christian on the show to talk about how to get your finances in line because let's be honest... How many of us keep proper track of our finances when we're travelling? Not many of us right? This is why I brought Kelly on the show! I asked Kelly for a quick bio and here's what she said: "I am a registered professiona…
 
In today's episode, I have Jackie Nourse from Budget Minded Traveller on the show to share some of her travel stories... Yes this is a travel stories episode!! Jackie Nourse is a lifestyle adventurer and multimedia traveler. She writes at Traveling Jackie and is the founder and host of The Budget-Minded Traveler blog, podcast, and community. She is…
 
On today's episode, I have my good friend Anna Cragin on the show to help show us how to get our time management under control... If we can do that that we can make massive strides in our businesses! Anna believes that efficient use of time is everything to an entrepreneur, and impacts not only productivity but motivation, mindset, and overall happ…
 
In today's episode, I have Heath Armstrong on the show to talk about how he built an e-commerce business that allows him to travel around the world. He uses "online arbitrage" and a team of location independent people to run his business, to build a 6-figure a year business that he spends little time running himself. Heath has interviewed 100+ Crea…
 
In today's episode, I have Erica Blair on the show to talk about how video is a fantastic way to build your audience online. Erica has been on That Marketing Dude before with her post: When It Comes to Building an Audience, Video is King where she crushed it. I had to bring her back on to talk about this in more detail. Erica Blair is marketing str…
 
In today's episode, I have a fellow Brit, Cathy Topping from Your Web Toolkit, on the show to talking about DIY websites, but more specifically the DIVI theme from Elegant Themes. This is the theme I use to build this website and the theme Cathy uses for all of her clients. Cathy is a website and graphic designer, now helping entrepreneurs and smal…
 
In today's episode, I have Lynne Nieman from Wander Your Way on the show to talk about what makes Europe a great place to travel around if you've never been before! Lynne has done plenty of travelling around Europe... I've done zero... So we compliment each other nicely in this conversation! Lynne is a photographer and self-acclaimed travel junkie.…
 
In today's episode, I have Caitlin Cardoza on the show to talk about the mindset shift a lot of people need to make when heading on the road with their online business. Caitlin is a success mindset coach that combines comedy with personal development to help motivated, grab-life-by-the-ballers step into their optimal selves and live their most awes…
 
In today's episode, I have Joseph Kennedy on the show, an environmental copywriting consultant, to talk about how we can improve our own writing to really get our audience engaged and get them to take action. Joseph is helping his business grow, to make Content Pathway the ‘go-to’ for Environmental Copywriting. His role involves consulting, creatin…
 
On today's show, I have Jason Moore on the show for a fantastic travel stories episode where we end up trading several stories about making friends with locals... And feet. Jason Moore is the founder of Zero To Travel, and travel blog and podcast, and co-founder of Location Indie, a community for digital nomads. Jason has been travelling all over t…
 
In today's episode, I have my good friend Faten Zardi on the show to talk about how she sets up her retreats. She's hosted her first retreat and already planning her second! Faten is an event planning consultant and founder of MERAKI Travels, specialized in "workations" and retreats for digital nomads and location independent professionals. She has…
 
In today's episode, I have my old friend Dom Wells on the show to talk about building remotes teams in your business. Dom Wells is the founder of Human Proof Designs and a fellow digital nomad. Dom is originally from the UK, spent several years living in Asia, just spend a year in Canada and is heading back to the UK for a little while. Here’s how …
 
In today's episode, I have two good friends of mine on the show to talk about utilizing goal planning to get shit done in your business... We talk about long term and short term goal setting. Tom and Ariana Sylvester are two people who CRUSH IT when it comes to planning and organisation. This was something I definitely needed help with so after we …
 
In today's episode, I have Kay Fabella on to talk about finding your voice and building an audience in a language you don't speak fluently. Kay moved to Spain without speaking the language all too well (which you can tell with her travel story at the end haha) but has built a strong business with the Spanish-speaking world. Kay Fabella is a storyte…
 
In this episode, I have Paul Lam from the Path Hunters podcast on the show to talk about his first two weeks in Chiang Mai Thailand... The largest digital nomad hotspot in the world. Paul is a fella I got to connect with inside a digital nomad community who turns out also lives in Toronto! However, he recently moved to Chiang Mai and when we record…
 
In today's episode, I have Danielle Isbell from Snaps, Scribbles and Suitcases on the show where we discuss how safe solo travelling really is. There's always this preconceived idea that travelling alone is dangerous, well we bust through that. Danielle is a digital marketer and photographer from Seattle, WA USA, and with her husband, they're are a…
 
In today's episode, I have my good friend Leah McHugh on the show where we discuss the differences and buzz around co-working spaces and co-living spaces. Leah McHugh has been traveling for the best part of the last 10 years and doesn't plan on stopping anytime soon. She got sick of fighting with TSA, so developed liquid-free shampoos and condition…
 
In today's episode, I have my good friend Jacob Marek from IntroverTravels on the show and we discuss traveling planning. At the time we recorded this episode Jacob hadn't left on his trip yet, but on the day this episode was published he's currently in Ecuador. Jacob Marek is the Founder & Chief Explorer at IntroverTravels. He designs life-changin…
 
In today's episode, I have Rachel Pedersen on the show as my co-host to talk about how important social media is on the road as a digital nomad. We talk about Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Instagram, LinkedIn, Reddit, Quora, YouTube and Snapchat... Along with why you should be using them. Rachel and I have known each other for a year or so now and …
 
In today's episode, I have Jill and Josh Stanton from Screw The Nine To Five on to co-host this episode where we talk all about how to create a membership website people are going to flock to to join. I've known Jill and Josh for just over a year and we've become extremely good friends. Not only are they good friends of mine, but they're both my me…
 
In today's episode, I have Boom Shikha on the show and we cover 9 different distractions a lot of digital nomads seem to suffer from once they hit the road. These are things we've either both experienced ourselves or we've seen others suffer from. Boom Shikha is a serial entrepreneur, wanderluster, online-business owner, yogi, author, and avid medi…
 
Ray Blakney worked as a computer programmer in Fortune 500 companies, Silicon Valley startups and the government for about 10 years before becoming a full-time entrepreneur in 2008. He became a location independent entrepreneur in 2012 (though he did not find out it was called that until 2016). He specializes in bootstrapping online education busin…
 
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