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Can non profit theaters afford to pay livable wages? Director Ryan Guzzo Purcell joins us to talk about The Williams Project, a Seattle based theatre company with a core belief to pay a livable wage to its staff while providing a pay-what-you-can model for its audience. The company is six years old and is hoping to break into regional theatre statu…
 
Today I'm talking with Don W1FYG. Don likes operating Parks on the Air, and discusses everything ham radio. On his YouTube channel, Smoke Signals RF, he shares tips on operating from the shack or in the field, different communications modes, POTA activations, and of course, food and cigars. Links: Smoke Signals RF on YouTube: https://www.youtube.co…
 
An interview with Anthony Zhang, CEO of wine investing platform Vinovest. We discuss how to invest in wine, considerations when including it as part of your portfolio, and what amount of startup capital is needed. At the end of the episode, I explain why I included a wine investment in the Artistic Finance 6K. Anthony is a repeat entrepreneur and T…
 
K5QBF Shane is an active amateur radio operator who is the man behind the channel This Side of The Radio on YouTube. He does Parks on the Air, and has gear reviews on his channel. Shane also co-hosts the Ham Radio Clubhouse live streams. We talk about Discord, zero noise floor, and why start a channel? Links: This Side of the Radio on YouTube: http…
 
Some excerpts from Coffee and Ham Radio livestream (via K5ATA Goodgame) and the Ham Radio Clubhouse livestreams, where kind words were shared about the Hamdom Thoughts Podcast. Thank you all for listening! Links: Goodgame Ham Radio & Outdoors episode: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k8ko_iGbRyg Coffee and Ham Radio: https://www.youtube.com/results?…
 
In this podcast, Amy Stewart, MSN, RN, DNS-MT, QCP-MT, RAC-MT, RAC-MTA, vice president of education and certification strategy for AAPACN discusses some of the highlights of the Skilled Nursing Facility Prospective Payment System Proposed Rule for fiscal year 2022 with Jessie McGill, RN, RAC-MT, RAC-MTA, curriculum development specialist for AAPACN…
 
Learn the advantages of purchasing a home in NYC as theatrical designers with set & garden designer Donyale Werle and lighting designer Beth Turomsha. We talk about their experiences buying homes in New York City, what has happened since, and what they expect to do with their homes moving forward. We also discuss factors that affect home purchases,…
 
Today I get to talk to KK6USY, Chuck. Chuck is a very experienced ham who live streams on YouTube, does Parks on the Air and Summits on the Air activations, and has many antenna and gear reviews on his channel. He spent a long time in the Fire Service, and is really good with antenna building. We also get to hear from his dogs at a few points in th…
 
A live episode introducing our 10 part series on learning how to invest in the stock market. Thank you to all patrons who listened live! Become a patron here. Dance photographer and theatre electrician Marc Santos joins lighting designer Ethan Steimel to co-host this live audio podcast. Marc and Ethan are from the entertainment industry with no Wal…
 
Today I get to talk to K5YVY, Joe Brett. Joe is a weather chaser and likes to share his contesting on live streams. He is also part of several group ham radio discussions on YouTube, including the new Ham Radio Clubhouse. We talk about getting started in amateur radio, shack building, "small" 40 foot towers, and the money sinkhole (or not!) that is…
 
Compound interest explained by financial journalist Paddy Hirsch. Paddy Hirsch is a journalist, broadcaster, online host and novelist. He was schooled in Ireland and the UK, and spent ten years in the British Royal Marines before moving to Hong Kong to start a career in news. He has worked in every journalistic medium, and in a variety of countries…
 
We meet Sean, also known as the Ham Radio Dude. HRD as we call him is an active YouTuber, and does streams, product and gear reviews, and operation on his YouTube channel. He's also part of Ham Radio 2.0's YouTuber's Bunch. We get into his home-built antenna, his shack and portable ops, and I find out what Allstar is all about. Links: HAM RADIO DUD…
 
What is a healthy relationship with money? Financial educator Miata Edoga explains what it is and how we can do better. Miata is the founder of the financial education company, Abundance Bound. We discuss how it helps creatives with a specific, step-by-step process to improve their financial situation. Miata served 8 years as the Financial Wellness…
 
The difference between producing and investing with Broadway press agent and producer Irene Gandy. We discuss what a Broadway producer is and does, and find out the difference between a lead producer, associate producer, co-producer, and investor. Some notable accomplishments of Irene’s career are that she is the only Black female member of the Ass…
 
Today I'm talking with Doug WA6L. Doug is a CWOPS beginner class advisor and an avid tinkerer. He likes to build radio kits, and is active on various ham radio modes including DStar, AREDN, and CW. He's also a bit of a QRP nut. We banter about tech of ham radio, antennas, and digital voice. Links: Doug's website: https://dougfredericks.net/ WA6L on…
 
Learn about eQRPs (Enhanced Qualified Retirement Plans) with Damion Lupo. Today’s episode could change your life. Our guest is Damion Lupo whose mission is to free a million people from financial bondage using a combination of financial literacy and a strategy called the eQRP® that allows investors to get off the wall-street roller coaster. He’s th…
 
Marc Santos joins me to talk about our one year anniversary LIVE episode. We're going to invest $1,000 into 6 different asset classes and track them for a year. This is 6,000 real dollars! It's our most expensive episode yet! Join us May 5 at 8p EST for a LIVE episode! Must download the Podbean App to LISTEN and to CALL IN. https://www.podbean.com/…
 
Dancer Marlon Feliz shares her financial journey as a freelance performer from touring, to cruises, to Broadway. Marlon is based out of New York City. Born in Dominican Republic and raised in Miami, FL, she grew up dancing to the latin rhythms of Salsa, Merengue, and Bachata with her loving family. She received her foundational training in classica…
 
I'm joined by Jim, KH2SR, in Ripon California. Jim likes to invent things for ham radio, and makes them available to the public. Some of his notable early creations include a CW transmitter keychain, and a slinky-like antenna. A self-taught engineer, Jim tries to share his brainstorms with hams to help them operate on the go. Links: QuirkyQRP Ham R…
 
A discussion on pay equity with costume designers Christine Pascual and Elizabeth Wislar. Christine is a member of On Our Team, an organization building pay and labor equity in the theatre industry, by requesting equitable pay and support for theatrical designers. Elizabeth is a member of Costume Professionals for Wage Equity and the two organizati…
 
In episode 37, I talk with K6ABJ Aaron, an active ham who is a comms lead for his local Community Emergency Response Team (CERT). In all the episodes so far, I have not really focused with someone who is a leader for non-ham volunteer emergency response teams. Get his interesting perspective in light of the fires and emergency prep he's seen. Links…
 
Musical theatre writer and restaurant marketer Chip Klose discusses how side hustles can provide the financial foundation for an artistic life. He has spent the past 20 years balancing two different careers: one in hospitality and the other in the arts. He holds a BFA in Musical Theatre and is a card-carrying member of both AEA and SDC. He's been a…
 
In this podcast, Kim Hicks, vice president of business development with AAPACN talks with Michelle Karl, LVN, BSHA, MBA-HC, RAC-CT, RAC-CTA, clinical sales engineer with ABILITY Network, an AAPACN Diamond Partner and our 2021 Premier Conference Sponsor, about quality assurance and performance improvement—specifically, in relation to how to improve …
 
In today's brief episode I share a past prediction of our 21st century life by Walter Kronkite, mention some cool new ham radio producers in the YouTube arena, and talk about the consensus around solar cycle 25. I also pose a question to the listeners. Links: Kronkite's prediction clip: https://youtu.be/V6DSu3IfRlo Dan KD2FMW: https://www.youtube.c…
 
Nuestra invitada es la magia Sonia Benito. Originalmente de España, Sonia ahora tiene su sede en Londres y allí lleva algo nuevo a la escena mágica. Como profesional creativa, desdibuja los límites entre las técnicas mágicas clásicas y las modernas usando los patrones de movimientos únicos. Sus clientes incluyen a Nike, Samsung y Rihanna. Échale un…
 
Magician Sonia Benito talks about finances as a magician, and dancer, in London. Originating from Spain, Sonia is now based in London bringing something new to the London magic scene. As a creative, she blurs the lines between classic and modern magic techniques with unique movement patterns. Her clients include Nike, Samsung, and Rihanna. Check he…
 
In this episode, I talk a little bit about surrounding yourself interactively with other hams, and finding good clubs-- probably virtual ones are the best. I also drop in on a few friends by phone, and give them a ring unexpectedly and put them on the spot with a question or two. Being part of a club is super easy these days, but the harder part is…
 
Roman Cruz discusses how he went from Julliard trained dancer to trading stocks on Wall Street. Roman is a performer and dance captain from the current Broadway revival of West Side Story. It’s making history as the first West Side revival to stray from the original blocking, with all new choreography by Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker. Roman is also a …
 
In this eighth and final episode of the Deep Dive into MDS 3.0 Quality Measures podcast series, AAPACN curriculum development specialist, Jessie McGill, RN, RAC-MT, RAC-MTA, discusses two long-stay measures, Percent of Residents Who were Physically Restrained and Prevalence of Behavior Symptoms Affecting Others. Don't miss this great information!…
 
Let's hear about the best portable power for ham radio! I piggyback on the 2/28 All Portable Discussion Zone (APDZ) YouTube livestream with Charlie NJ7V, Dan KC7MSU, Brian W7JET, and Mike K8MRD with extended pre- and post-recordings. A great introductory discussion about batteries and portable operations. Lots of info about how to size and build fo…
 
Cory Pattak and Ethan discuss how to organize and itemize receipts for tax time. We go line by line through the actual list of itemized categories on our taxes. Once we make it through the 25 items, you realize it isn't as complicated as it seems. Cory Pattak is a theatrical Lighting Designer whose New York designs include Final Follies at Primary …
 
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