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Best Mike Bates podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best Mike Bates podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
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The Titanium Vault hosted by RJ Bates III unlocks the secrets to real estate investing and entrepreneurship. RJ Bates III is the CEO and Founder of Titanium Investments. He is a passionate leader with a proven track record of transforming complex real estate projects into simple, successful transactions. RJ prides himself on his ability to obtain and keep working relationships through his integrity, honesty, and professionalism.
 
Join us as we explore trending topics, discuss publishing industry news, and share expertise on how to self-publish a book successfully. IngramSpark’s Director Robin Cutler and Manager of IngramSpark’s Author Acquisition Program Justine Bylo will be joined by publishers and experts throughout essential fields in the publishing industry to provide you with self-publishing resources. These short episodes are an easy way to gain quick insights on how to self-publish your book. Visit www.ingrams ...
 
The Nick Blevins Family Ministry Podcast is where you can hear from top leaders in children’s ministry, student ministry and family ministry. You’ll learn the principles and practices they use to lead families with the goal of helping you maximize the potential in your ministry. For more content and notes, head to nickblevins.com.
 
Entreneato is a monthly business show hosted by Matt Neff that interviews Masters of Industry. If you are looking to create multiple streams of income, side hustles or make that jump from your 9 to 5, this is for YOU! Each show features practical takeaways and is THE place to hear compelling content that will inspire, challenge and empower you to claim YOUR financial freedom and live a NEATO life NOW!
 
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Keir Weimer has a passion for taking early-stage ideas to market and growing teams, cultures, and businesses around them. An expert in entrepreneurship and real estate, Keir has founded and successfully led multiple seven-figure companies in real estate brokerage, investment, hospitality development and now is growing his multimedia company. With b…
 
Sadly, baseball lost one of its brightest stars this week, Tigers icon Al Kaline. Mike and Bill devote this episode to the underappreciated virtuoso with the bat and in the field, who accomplished pretty much everything a person can on a ballfield and spent the rest of his life solidifying his status as Mr. Tiger. Plus, happy birthday to Nate Colbe…
 
On March 24th, Patrick Tape commits to Duke. Then last Thursday, on April 2nd, he de-commits from Duke and stepped back into the transfer portal. Then on Sunday he re-commits to Duke and everybody loses their mind. Why did Patrick choose Duke in the first place? Well, I think we know that. But why did he de-commit? Why did he re-commit? Host Tani L…
 
Testament vocalist Chuck Billy is our guest this week. We discuss the band's new album, Titans of Creation, how it's the biggest risk the band has taken in their career, what it was like touring with Slayer on their farewell run, and the reason he prefers being on the road over being in the studio. We also talk about his recent bout with COVID-19, …
 
In this episode, Jarrod Harris shares about his church’s recent shifts in kidmin to online church as well as some unique tips for volunteer recruitment and empowerment. Making adjustments within kidmin and family ministry is inevitable, but all the strategies we hold tightly to within our churches can still be championed and upheld, including perso…
 
Steven Morris is a real estate investor based out of Cleveland, Ohio that primarily focuses on apartments and short term vacation rentals. In this episode Steven breaks down how he made the transition from single family investor to a commercial investor. RJ and Steven cover the importance of understanding your unique skill set and utilizing those d…
 
As William Shakespeare sat down to write Coriolanus, the Corn Famine of 1608 was in full swing. While the King, James I, took actions to combat the shortage of corn in England, theater seems to have played a role in communicating the citizens unrest and unhappiness over the famine. Not only was Shakespeare writing Coriolanus, where Roman citizens f…
 
On April 2, 2020, Next Level Mastermind hosted a roundtable discussion with real estate investing rock stars Doug Hopkins, Chris Eymann, Jeff Henry AND Ryan Pineda. They discussed the current sales strategies they are implementing during the worlwide coronavirus pandemic. If you enjoyed this call and want to learn more about Next Level Mastermind v…
 
Next Level Mastermind hosted a roundtable discussion on March 26, 2020 with RJ Bates III, Cassi DeHaas, Jamie Wooley, Ryan Robson, Steve Trang, Quentin Flores, Chris Jefferson, Don Costa and Alex Pardo to discuss marketing and dispositions during these unknown times. To learn more about Next Level Mastermind visit http://www.nextlevelmastermind.com…
 
Next Level Mastermind presents a round table discussion with Don Costa, Steve Trang, Alex Pardo, Ivo Draginov and Ryan Rotty on how the top investors are navigating the changes due to the COVID-19 pandemic. These are the types of Zoom calls Next Level Mastermind has on a weekly basis within the group. To learn more about Next Level Mastermind visit…
 
On Tuesday night, HBO released The Scheme, a documentary about Christian Dawkins, and the FBI's 2017 investigation into Dawkins' sports agency and corruption in NCAA Men's Basketball. Tani Levitt and 247Sports National Basketball writer Kevin Flaherty break down the film in terms of its impact on the game, the legacy of the FBI investigation, and w…
 
123 Mike Pacchione “Your public speaking anxiety might not be about public speaking.” For 7+ years Mike flew the world giving presentations on how to give presentations. So meta. He trained close to 10,000 people from some of the most revered companies in the world. He presented at conferences, at tech companies, at startups, at the federal governm…
 
Baseball is vastly richer because of the characters who have become part of the game's legend. And no one was more of a character than Mets pitcher Hayden "Sidd" Finch, who was unveiled by Sports Illustrated 35 years ago the day this episode drops. Mike and Bill go through the mysterious and surprising career of a true phenom, including his downfal…
 
Tim Fitzgerald calls his friend, former Kansas State basketball coach Frank Martin. Martin seemed ready for a long stay in Manhattan until a new university president hired John Currie to be athletics director. A toxic relationship between Currie and Martin drove Martin after a loss in the Round of 32 of the 2012 NCAA Tournament to become the head c…
 
August Burns Red guitarist JB Brubaker is our guest this week. We discuss the band's new record, Guardians, its loose lyrical theme, how the music he's written has changed since becoming a dad, and knowing when to call a demo a finished piece. We also talk about celebrating the 10th anniversary of Constellations with fans, the band's plans for resc…
 
When you study Hamlet, especially in school or when you read or watch a commentary on the play, it is not surprising to have someone point out to you that the flowers Ophelia carries in her bouquet as she sings her sad song after the loss of her Father, Polonius, hold powerful 16th century historical significance. It’s so important that I even incl…
 
Johanna and Nicke from Lucifer join us on a special in-between episode of The MetalSucks Podcast. We discuss the band's new record, Lucifer III, leaning more towards horror themes, the importance of using older equipment to their band's sound, how Johanna has always drawn inspiration from cemeteries, how mediocrity has contributed to quickly-changi…
 
John Bogdasarian is the founder of Promanas, a commercial real estate investment firm. His company serves almost 400 investors and has been involved in half a billion dollars of real estate assets. John is also the author of Amazon #1 best-selling book – Do the Work Once, Get Paid Forever: How Smart People Invest in Real Estate. In this interview, …
 
There is no denying that Pete Rose is one of the biggest figures in baseball history, and one of the greatest players of all time. There is also no denying, 31 years after Sports Illustrated revealed that he had gambled on his own team multiple times over multiple seasons, that he is one of the most controversial. Mike and Bill go through the tumul…
 
On Tuesday afternoon, 247Sports Director of Recruiting Evan Daniels spoke over the phone with Hall of Fame Basketball Coach Roy Williams. Evan and Coach Williams talk about recruiting, this past season, and how the Coronavirus has affected Williams' job. Then, the guys from the Inside Carolina podcast break down the interview with insider knowledge…
 
Our guest this week is the one and only Ice-T of Body Count. We discuss the state of emergency in our respective states, the reality of our country not being prepared for an outbreak and how he compares the current situation to other states of emergency he has experienced. We also talk about Body Count's new album, Carnivore, getting a Grammy nomin…
 
The term "hand-and-a-half sword" is often used in reference to long-swords but is not considered a historical description of the weapon. There is no evidence of the term “hand-and-a-half” having been used during the Middle Ages when the sword saw its heyday in popularity and there’s no reference to hand and a half sword either in English or other l…
 
On Thursday afternoon, 247Sports Director of Recruiting Evan Daniels spoke over the phone with Hall of Fame Basketball Coach Mike Krzyzewski. Evan and Coach K talk about what it was like on the inside to find out that the season was canceled, how the team handled the news, and what Coach K plans to do moving forward. Hosts: Tani Levitt and Evan Dan…
 
Continental Concerts booking agent and Unique Leader Records marketing guru Daniel DeFonce joins the show this week. Dan has a whole lot of advice for bands, including his strategy on how to book a tour for a band that has a lot of buzz behind them, the importance of a band being self-sufficient in promoting, emerging trends in social media (and so…
 
In a slight departure this week, Mike and Bill take a listener suggestion to focus on the influenza epidemic that swept across the globe in 1918 and lingered into 1920. That epidemic did have some effects on the game and played a role in further driving a wedge between the players and the owners that many say contributed to throwing of the 1919 Wor…
 
David Lecko is the owner and founder of DealMachine based out of Indianapolis, Indiana. DealMachine is an app made for real estate investors to use while they are driving for dollars looking for properties in distress. David created this app out of necessity for his own real estate investing firm. He was seeing how he was missing out on potential d…
 
In this episode, Nick Blevins takes time to share some unique ideas for churches while they may not be gathering during this most recent COVID-19 virus. Some ideas are specific to this situation, but others are absolutely applicable in the future and could even be a blessing in disguise. Special Ministry Boost Webinar Check out our courses and regi…
 
Evan Daniels joins the show to talk about his two articles that have taken the college basketball world by storm. First, Tani and Evan review Evan's poll of 115 college basketball coaches to see who would have won the 2020 NCAA Tournament. Then, they talk about Evan's interview with Rick Pitino after Pitino's shocking return to college basketball a…
 
During the 16th century, William Shakespeare had his own way of pronouncing words as well, and exploring how to define what that pronunciation was, and how it impacts our understanding of the plays, is a special field of historical linguistics called Original Pronunciation. Our guest this week, Dr. David Crystal is the leading expert in the field o…
 
Prady Tewarie has never been somebody to slow down. At 28, he has founded and sold more than two dozen businesses, is the current CEO of AZOTH and the Tewarie Group, with over $100 million in real estate holdings. He founded AZOTH because, while getting his JD and competing as a professional bodybuilder, he found it difficult to achieve the kind of…
 
By far the most successful attempt to create a third major league began in earnest 107 years ago this week in a hotel in Indianapolis. It fizzled out after two years, but left a legacy that still governs the professional game today. Mike and Bill leaf through the short life of the Federal League, and how we still feel the effects of its rebellion m…
 
In this episode, Mike Clear shares some of his experiences moving from working within family ministry roles to serving family ministries through Orange and the Rethink Group. He also explains more about the heart and strategy behind some of the world’s leading Kidmin curriculum and how it is being utilized in churches. Mike Clear Connect with Mike …
 
Jami Morgan of Code Orange is back on the show following his appearance on episode #243 back in 2018! We discuss the band's forthcoming album, Underneath, the hundreds of hours the band spends working on their visual aesthetic, shaking up fans with something new every album, working with Chris Vrenna from Nine Inch Nails this time around and upgrad…
 
Shakespeare mentions kites seven times in his plays, often using the term to reference specific attributes of the bird to describe someone in the story. He'll refer to someone as "a kite" as if that's bad, or other times, he'll use the bird (or 16th century reputation of the bird) to suggest attributes like suspicion: Although the kite soar with un…
 
In this episode, RJ Bates III explains the benefit of attending real estate investing events. Titanium Investments recently attended GroundZero in San Antonio, Texas as speakers and sponsors but received so much more value than just being a small part of the event. RJ breaks down the connections, opportunities and new businesses that came from the …
 
It was a punchline across the country 47 years ago this week, when Yankees pitchers Fritz Peterson and Mike Kekich announced they had decided to switch families the previous winter. Like many trades, this one turned out to be pretty one-sided, as Kekich's life and career were upended in the aftermath. Mike and Bill look back at what made this seem …
 
In this episode, Greg Stier explains how a youth ministry can be mobilized towards evangelism and become an active movement within the local church. Between parents and leaders, the next generation needs to be directed and empowered to share their faith and dare to believe Him for life-change in others. Greg Stier Connect with Greg on Facebook, Ins…
 
Every Time I Die guitarist and All Elite Wrestling newcomer Andy Williams is our guest this week. We discuss all things Every Time I Die, wrestling and the intersection between those two worlds, including Andy's road from metal icon to wrestling star, the anxiety of recording the new ETID album and having to leave to get in the ring, his fandom of …
 
Biron in Shakespeare’s Love’s Labour’s Lost declares “O my little heart:— And I to be a corporal of his field, And wear his colours like a tumbler's hoop!” And in Romeo and Juliet there are stage directions which call for Romeo to [He climbs the wall, and leaps down within it] These references have gone largely overlooked by theater companies who p…
 
You'd be hard pressed to find a better combo in baseball's Golden Age than Sandy Koufax and Don Drysdale, the twin aces of the LA Dodgers. But the pair also were also shrewd negotiations who realized their power together when they announced 54 years ago this week that they'd be holding out. Mike and Bill look back at their holdout, how they exerted…
 
Chad Bartlett started his real estate career while working long hours as an auto mechanic living in Anchorage, Alaska. Chad was struggling to find a way to quit the 9-5 life so he could spend more time with his growing family. Realizing he had replaced his mechanic's job for a real estate job, Chad decided he needed to put systems in place in order…
 
In this episode, Jenny Funderburke Smith points toward some specific ways to create a gospel-centered approach to kid’s ministry, regardless of the size of your church or the curriculum you use. She also shares some very helpful tips on how to structure discipline within our ministry environments for children. Jenny Funderburke Smith Connect with J…
 
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