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High Intensity Business is a high intensity strength training and strength training business podcast offering content to help you realise your health goals, become a great personal trainer, and build a successful HIT business. Content includes training protocols, workouts, exercise science, nutrition, and biohacking. From a HIT business perspective, we cover personal training, coaching, startup, sales, marketing, operations, systems, hiring, scaling, etc. Guests include Dr Doug McGuff, Drew ...
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St Lawrence College is an independent boarding and day school for boys and girls aged between 3 and 18, based on the South East coast of England. Through open discussions with a wide range of individuals from the Head through to Parents we hope that listeners will gain a flavour of what we offer as a School in the private sector as well as an insight into St Lawrence College. Throughout each episode we hope you will enjoy the openness of our community and how deeply we value and take pride i ...
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Giving life – it’s the mission that Jesus came to fulfill and that we, as men, need to embrace as well…at work, at home and in our communities. Tom Henderson, speaker, author and founder of RESGEN invites you stop by and listen in on the conversation between he and some friends as they chat, laugh and explore ways for each of us to “Give Life” wherever we are.
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Danny Cashman, of The Nite Show with Danny Cashman - Maine's only late night talk show - takes away his desk and comedy sketches for a set of longer-form conversations in convenient podcast form. Expect to hear from Mainers in entertainment, and entertaining people from afar.
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Pints Of View is the podcast hosted by socialite, in-demand Non-Exec Director, recruitment legend and all-around nice guy Gary Goldsmith. In this podcast, Gary opens up his eclectic Black Book of friends that ranges from international footballers, high street moguls, champion boxers, investment oracles, national team coaches, royal correspondents, business leaders, military special forces, sports club owners, scale-up experts and even conspiracy theorists with a sense of humour! They're all ...
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What makes us charge towards uncertainty, step into that unknown grey area, for others? Our nation’s young raise their hands to serve in the military. Our first responders put it all on the line to protect and serve their hometowns. Purpose. Mission. Community. Hear how stories emerge from lives set in service and understand why we choose to respond to disasters and humanitarian crises. Team Rubicon presents “Step into The Grey,” a gritty podcast for those driven by empathy and a calling. Ma ...
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Stocks for Beginners

Philip Muscatello - Investment Education for the Stock Market

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We're all investors in the stock market, either directly or through our retirement plans. We're handing over management of our assets to financial advisors and fund managers. The best will look after our interests and make us wealthier. But how can we know for sure? Where are the investors' yachts? The big money on Wall Street is made by charging us fees. The finance industry is collecting for managing money, whether they win or lose or break even. Where do you go if you're completely new bu ...
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Get to the Point Review Podcast

4th Wall Players & Hohenheim Productions

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Filmmakers, enthusiasts, and amateur critics Josh Gibson and Kelly McKinney streamline the review process with a simple and comedic take: "Get to the Point" where, in most cases, we give a few short sentences reviewing the film, television show, or .
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Jerrid Sebesta is a follower of Jesus, a husband, and a father of 4 who was once famous for being an award-winning meteorologist for over a decade. He is also the creator of “Life Undeferred”, a platform dedicated to helping people find their identity, live urgently, and ditch the "someday" mentality On this episode of The RESGEN Giving Life Podcas…
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How can you convert more prospects into clients effectively and quickly using warm outreach services like Bark.com? In this episode, we'll talk about my proven strategies and tactics that got our strength studio 53 new clients through Bark.com (this will also work whenever you're on the phone with prospects from other sources) — we'll cover the imp…
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In this episode of Pints of View Gary Goldsmith talks to Alex Gerritsen Head of DACH, SR Group. They discuss Alex’s career in the recruitment industry spanning over 25 years, including his experiences growing businesses in multiple countries and regions as a Partner. They discuss Alex’s journey from starting his career in London and Amsterdam to ta…
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How can HIT studio owners and personal trainers run an efficient strength training business that lets them give great customer service without getting overwhelmed and leaving money on the table? Pete Cerqua returns to talk about the basic systems you need to stay organized, on track, and ready for business so you can take on twice as many clients a…
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In this episode of Pints of View, Gary Goldsmith talks to Luke McCluskey, Group Managing Director of CSR Group They discuss Luke's journey from struggling in school to founding his own successful recruitment business specialising in the life sciences and engineering industries. Luke shares his story of getting his start in insurance sales and event…
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A 24-year career in Congress crested at a tumultuous time for Gerald Ford. He was the GOP leader of the house during the Nixon administration, then Nixon's VP, then the president who had to heal the country after Watergate. Gerald R. Ford Presidential Library and Museum director Brook Clement discusses the crucible Ford walked as a national leader.…
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The Bangor Region Chamber of Commerce hosts what many believe to be the best annaul awards show in the state. There are funny videos, surprises, one-of-a-kind moments, and of course awards. Two of the people who work to pull it all together are Ric Tyler and Paul Chadwick of Sutherland Weston Marketing Communications in Bangor. They work for months…
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Jeff Struecker is a friend of mine who served for 10 years in the 75th Ranger Regiment in positions ranging from Private to Platoon Sergeant. He also served another 10+ years as a US Army chaplain. Throughout his 23-year military career, Jeff has been awarded many commendations and decorations, including the Silver Star for Bravery in Combat. In ad…
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Are you inadvertently sabotaging your financial future? It's a question that haunts many of us as we navigate the complexities of investing, saving, and planning for retirement. In the latest episode of our podcast, we delve into the world of finance with Chris Panagiotu, who returns to share his expertise and highlight the errors that could be der…
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Who really was Mike Mentzer and what do so many people get wrong about him and his approach to High-Intensity Strength Training? Here to set the record straight about Mike's legacy are HITuni founder Simon Shawcross and modern-day renaissance man John Little, who also happened to be a close friend and associate of Mentzer for over two decades. In t…
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In this episode of Pints of View Gary Goldsmith talks to Wayne Brophy, CEO of Cast UK, and Ian Simkins, Recruitment Business Consultant, Advisor & NED. They discuss their careers in recruitment, sharing stories of how they entered the industry and grew their businesses. They reflect on lessons learned over decades of experience in areas such as ent…
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How can personal trainers and HIT studios better serve their clients with injuries or orthopedic issues (and avoid potentially making them worse)? Rock Solid Fitness founder Patty Durell returns to talk about the common misconceptions and shares her expert strategies for integrating rehabilitative approaches and high-intensity training protocols — …
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In this episode of Pints of View Gary Goldsmith talks to Patrick Waites, Co-Founder of Coltech Group & Brett Hossack, Director at WWA Group. They discuss their journeys from working in recruitment agencies to setting up their own consultancy businesses focused on solutions and outcomes over traditional recruitment. They share their experiences lear…
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Chris Lawrence is a follower of Jesus, husband, and father of two children, ages 8 and 4. He is also a cancer survivor and the founder of Hope Has Arrived – a non-profit organization with the mission of helping people find hope, strength, and peace in their battle against cancer. On this episode of The RESGEN Giving Life Podcast, Chris and RESGEN F…
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How good is your social media marketing game in getting you more HIT clients? Is it really turning more of your prospects into customers, or are you unknowingly leaving money on the table? In this episode, Million-Dollar Trainer Pete Cerqua explains how you should craft your social media posts for maximum conversion, why certain things work well, a…
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In this episode of Pints of View Gary Goldsmith talks to Llyod Moore, Owner, Mooresby Associates. They discuss their long friendship and careers in the recruitment industry, sharing stories from over 40 years working together. They discuss their early days in recruitment, growing companies from nothing through innovative strategies and a focus on c…
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"Our long national nightmare is over." - Gerald Ford, August 9, 1974 ~~~ Gerald Ford is the only person in American history to reach the vice presidency and the presidency without being elected to either. Despite this, he was a popular president - for 1 month. But then he pardoned Nixon, and it was all downhill from there. Follow along as Ford ride…
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In this episode I'm joined by friend of the podcast Gary Brode for a rollercoaster ride through the whimsical world of finance, economics and monetary policy. Let's face it, the economy can be dry and complicated. But Gary manages to inject humour into the discussion while unravelling the intricacies of the Federal Reserve's decisions, Congressiona…
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Is offering discounts the best strategy for high-intensity training businesses, or can you achieve success without them? Discover Strength CEO Luke Carlson returns to the podcast to talk about what you need to know if you’re thinking about using discounts to get (or keep) customers, the right way to do these, and some big mistakes you need to avoid…
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In this episode of Pints of View Gary Goldsmith talks to Will Kellett, Chief at Evolve Group. They discuss Will's success recruiting in the quantitative finance space, generating millions in revenue per recruiter. Will describes transitioning his business from tech recruiting to focus on quant finance roles, where candidates can have high-impact ca…
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It didn't take long for Richard Nixon to earn the nickname "Tricky Dick," but was he really any more tricky than the typical politician? You bet he was! John Farrell, a long-time journalist and author of numerous books on political leaders, including Richard Nixon, The Life, discusses the many campaigns of Richard Nixon, from the red scare tactics …
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Andrew Stanley is a follower of Jesus, a husband and a hilarious comedian who performs all over the country at clubs, festivals, fundraisers, churches, corporate events, and even at bars with 4 people in them who "didn't know there would be comedy tonight..."He was also a part of 2024's RESGEN Date Night Comedy events as a crowd favorite. On this e…
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This is a special bonus rebroadcast episode of predictions for 2024 from the hosts of the Wall Street Wildlife podcast Luke “The Badger” Hallard and Krzysztof “Monkey” Piekarski, lead Advisors at 7investing. They attempt to predict the future of interest rates, black swans, tech booms and busts, Bitcoin price by year-end, the tech companies with th…
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What one thing gives even experienced personal trainers and HIT business owners the biggest headaches and how can you avoid this? Pete Cerqua returns and explains how getting your rates and policies right can set you up for operating a fitness business you'll be happy to keep running and avoid the pain of being walked over like a doormat by terribl…
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In this episode of Pints of View Gary Goldsmith talks to Andy Morrell about Andy's career in the recruitment industry. They discuss Andy's journey from initially struggling in his first recruitment role after university to transforming his recruitment business into a highly successful company through a focus on building a strong company culture and…
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Want to know how High-Intensity Training can take your strength training business to the next level? If you've ever been skeptical of or wanted to know exactly why and exactly how HIT can earn you millions (no exaggeration — we have the receipts!), legendary trainer Pete Cerqua returns to talk about just exactly how you can do that. Pete is the aut…
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With Gary preoccupied, Producer James steps in to present the best bits of Season 3 of Pints of View! Gary has had an impressive roster of guests and friends who have shared fascinating stories and lessons from their careers and lives. We dive into their best business practices, exciting personal stories, and most valuable lessons in this highlight…
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Danny Ray is a follower of Jesus, husband, father, author, and gifted illusionist who recently fooled magic icons Penn and Teller on their show, Penn and Teller: Fool us! He was also a part of this year’s RESGEN Date Night Comedy event on February 29 and March 1, 2024. On this episode of The RESGEN Giving Life Podcast, Danny and RESGEN Founder Tom …
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What do you need to know to design and execute the best possible HIT workouts for your clients and how can you teach your strength studio’s trainers to do the same? Inform Fitness’ Robert Francis is a MedX clinician and master strength trainer with over 40 years of professional experience, multiple certifications, and a wealth of knowledge and expe…
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In this episode of Pints of View, Gary Goldsmith talks to Kenny Lawrence about his career in finance and entrepreneurship. They discuss Kenny's journey breaking into the elite world of banking and private equity without the typical pedigree, and how he was able to create success by thinking differently and adding value when companies needed help. K…
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Richard Nixon was sworn in as President with a Democratic House and Senate across Capitol Hill, which you might expect to lead to legislative impasse. Instead, it was one of the more prolific legislative stretches in American history, including such accomplishments as: Lowering the voting age, Title IX, creating the EPA, the Clean Air Act, abolishi…
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I'm joined in this episode by the dynamic duo from 7Investing Luke Hallard & Krzysztof Piekarski who also host the Wall Street Wildlife podcast. They're here to guide us through the treacherous yet rewarding terrain of the stock market with their "Ten Laws of the Investing Jungle." Today, we delve into five of these critical laws, revealing the wis…
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What’s the best workout session length for your personal training clients if you want to give them the best service while maximizing your earnings at the same time (and how would that work in practice)? Million-Dollar Trainer Pete Cerqua returns to talk about just exactly how you can do that. Pete has decades of experience in building high-powered …
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In this episode of Pints of View Gary Goldsmith talks to Simon Arber about his early career in recruitment and the founding of Computer Futures, which later became SThree. They discuss Simon's experience getting into recruitment in the 1980s despite challenges with dyslexia and lack of educational qualifications. Simon shares how he co-founded Comp…
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David Pollack is follower of Christ, husband and father who was a highly decorated collegiate athlete who played defensive end at the University of Georgia. In the 2005 NFL Draft, he was a first-round pick of the Cincinnati Bengals, selected 17th overall, but his career was cut short after he broke a cervical vertebra in the second game of his seco…
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Can Dr. Michael MacMillan's advanced eccentric method and technologies unlock the keys to maximizing muscle growth and peak athletic performance or is it just another road that leads to the same HIT plateaus? Dr. Michael MacMillan joins the podcast, drawing from his expertise and wealth of knowledge in biomechanics and his experiences in working wi…
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In this episode of Pints of View Gary Goldsmith talks to Michelle Flynn about her career journey in recruitment. They discuss Michelle's early career at Computer Futures where she was a top biller, her time running recruitment in-house for various tech companies, and her transition into well-being coaching after experiencing some health issues of h…
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In this episode I chat with Todd Wenning, a seasoned investment professional with experience at Ensemble Capital, Morningstar, and the Motley Fool about some of the most critical aspects of successful investing: moats, management, and buying companies at the right price. We based this conversation on this Venn diagram that Todd published on X (Twit…
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"People have got to know whether or not their President is a crook. Well, I'm not a crook." - Richard Nixon, November 17, 1973 ~~~ Richard Nixon's life is a drama unlike any other. A desire to win at any cost earned him the name "Tricky Dick" and carried him from Whittier, California, to the Presidency of the United States, but it also proved his u…
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What’s the best way for you to structure your workday to give your best to your clients, get the best out of your business, and not actually burn out? John Briggs joins us again for a deep dive into the science of balancing maximizing your productivity in a day and still living your best life while avoiding the pitfalls many personal trainers and s…
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In this episode of Pints of View, Gary Goldsmith talks to Nick Day about Nick's career journey in the payroll and recruitment industry. They discuss Nick's early days working in recruitment agencies before starting his own business, and the challenges he faced with investors and business partners in the early years. Gary and Nick also talk about Ni…
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Chris Brown is a passionate follower of Jesus, husband, father and the lead pastor of North Coast Church, a multi-site church in Vista, CA, roughly 30 miles north of San Diego. On this episode of The RESGEN Giving Life Podcast, Chris and RESGEN Founder Tom Henderson visit about: Marriage Fatherhood Being the spiritual leader of our home Leadership …
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Is it worth your time and money to think about Imagine Strength if you’re starting a new strength studio on a budget? Jeff Turner returns for part 2 of our Imagine Strength Q&A and we talk about which machines you should choose if you’re just starting out, how to serve a variety of different customers (e.g., over 40s, men, women, etc.), future mach…
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In this episode of Pints of View Gary Goldsmith talks to Derry Clarke, Michelin star chef. They discuss Clarke's journey from working in restaurants as a teenager to becoming the first Irish chef to receive a Michelin star. They discuss Clarke's experience working in restaurants from a young age. Clarke talks about realising cooking was his career …
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