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Tom and Dan were once sitting in a hotel room in Daytona Beach, Florida where the air-condition didn't work, they were out of beer, and the cable only had 2 channels that came in static free. One of their friends suggested that they leave and attempt to find something better to do to which Dan replied "Why would we want to ruin a mediocre time?" If you were to ask "Tom and Dan" what the meaning of life is, they might tell you that there is none. Born from a feeling that nothing in life truly ...
 
REACH is for the Executive Assistant who hustles hard, strives for excellence and is committed to seeking out life’s “aha moments” to help you reach the next stage in your development and career. In each episode, expect to gain invaluable insight from our personal network of Executive Assistants whose careers span the Fortune 500, Silicon Valley Venture Capital firms and your favorite tech companies and start-ups. Hosted by Maven Recruiting Group’s Founder and CEO, Jessica Vann, this is your ...
 
The Wealth Academy Podcast host asks listeners, "Who doesn't want to be wealthy or at least financially secure. We agree with listeners that money is essential to being able to take care of one's needs and wants however there are more important aspects of life that create and define wealth. Our mantra is 'Wealth Is More Than Just Money." The Wealth Academy Podcast delves into a multitude of elements that constitute wealth and host Paul Lawrence Vann will provide solo broadcast and invite gue ...
 
Modern Mad Men is an unedited and uncut podcast produced by DesignWorks Group in Wichita Falls, TX. Each episode, Logan Draper and Jared Vann dive into the minds of business owners, entrepreneurs, thought leaders, dreamers, creators, and marketers to discuss failures, breakthroughs, leadership, and how to put yourself or your business in a place to succeed now and in the future.
 
Here is Hans Hoppe's first treatise in English — actually his first book in English — and the one that put him on the map as a social thinker and economist to watch. He argued that there are only two possible archetypes in economic affairs: socialism and capitalism. All systems are combinations of those two types. The capitalist model he defines as pure protection of private property, free association, and exchange — no exceptions. All deviations from that ideal are species of socialism, wit ...
 
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The mother who made a community garden, the professor who dedicated his life to parking, the architect who studied the nuances of a public bench - these are the people who make our places, well, human. Through the words of leaders, thinkers, designers and simply doers, we investigate what makes our bursting cities human and how this may liberate our growing urban population. Hosted By Stig Terrebonne
 
Some call it Hurricane Katrina. Some call it the Federal Flood. Others call it the day the levees broke. On August 29, 2005, the city of New Orleans was submerged. That story of hubris, incompetence, and nature's wrath is now etched into the national consciousness. But the people who lived through the flood and its aftermath have a different story to tell. A story of rumors, betrayal, and one of the most misunderstood events in American history. Hosted by Vann R. Newkirk II.
 
After The Three Muskateers and Twenty Years After the adventurous story of Athos, Porthos, Aramis and D'Artagnan continues!The Vicomte of Bragelonne: Ten Years Later (French: Le Vicomte de Bragelonne ou Dix ans plus tard) is the last of the Musketeer novels. It is usually divided into four volumes and this first volume contains chapters 1-75. (Summary by Diana Majlinger)
 
Lisa Maria Carroll and Kim Crouch, Founders of The Millionaire Journey, interview business owners and entrepreneurs who are living their dreams. Lisa and Kim delve into their world and encourages them to share their real life, uncensored and uncut stories of triumphs and mishaps on their journey. Tune in each Sunday at 6:30pm Eastern as the guests give honest and heartfelt information to the audience on how they too can take the leap and live their dreams.
 
At Good Deeds Note Investing Podcast, we are passionate about two things, building wealth and helping others. Hosts Chris Seveney and Gail Anthony Greenberg are very successful investors in non-performing mortgage notes, that is, home loans that people have stopped paying. When real estate crashed in 2008, banks got bailed out but regular folks did not. Now we can all help each other, one person to another. Notes give everyone who’s thought about getting into real estate a an alternative way ...
 
Savnssending FM 204 er seinnapartsendingin í KvF útvarpinum summarið 2011, millum klokkan tvey og fýra - harav navnið FM 204. Talan er um eina lætta og summarsliga sending við nógvum góðum tónleiki, spurnarkapping, og gestum, sum práta um ferðing, lívsroyndir, frítiðarvirksemi, mat, lívsstíl, og onnur viðkomandi evni. Afturat hesum fara vit at viðgera ymiskt av søguligum slag. Men vit flyta okkum eisini. Hvønn fríggjadag verður sent frá bygdastevnum og tónleikafestivalum. Onnur ferðamál eru ...
 
Being a solo parent might have come to you unexpectedly or it may be what you have always planned. Even the most resourceful parent may find themselves in need of support, ideas, and resources. No matter the circumstances, this is the right place to find everything you need to be an outstanding solo parent. Dr. Robbin Rockett brings on a different guest each week to discuss all the aspects of being a single parent. You may be solo in your parenting role, but you are not alone. Listen to the ...
 
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Michael Vann (California State University, Sacramento) talks to Merle and Lee about the arrival of the Third Plague Pandemic in colonial Vietnam that led to the Great Hanoi Rat Hunt. Michael tells the amazing and amusing story of how colonial administrators put out bounties for killing rats in an effort to stop the spread of plague, and the surpris…
 
All too often some people go about their daily lives working, earning a salary, buying goods of all kinds, paying bills, and going into debt over their heads and this is a recipe for financial disaster. As a financial coach Paul Lawrence Vann helps clients gain a greater appreciation for what's possible if they take control of their financial resou…
 
What does it mean to give ourselves to God? Is it simply an emotional reaction to a moment or is there something more? In fact, devotion is a much weightier decision, a way of life, not just a momentary reaction. Let’s dig into this word and this way of living. Ends up, it is the only appropriate response to a God who has given all He is for us!…
 
This week, Bob Henson gives us an update on the 2020 hurricane season and what happened when Hurricane Laura made landfall last week (3:07). Then, Vann R. Newkirk II joins the show to talk about "Floodlines," which looks back on the 15th anniversary of the levees breaking after Hurricane Katrina and the unnatural disaster that followed (32:33). Co-…
 
Neal Payton FAIA, LEED-AP, CNU-A, is a principal of Torti Gallas + Partners (where he leads the west coast office if Los Angeles), has won numerous design awards for the AIA and Congress For New Urbanism, and is a leader is designing cities that are socially, economically, and culturally thriving. Neal's work speaks for itself, he is truly a leader…
 
Starting is always the hardest part. For many investors in this industry, it can be quite challenging to move from zero to two to five years. Achieving success in a relatively short period of time, Jamie Bateman of Labrador Lending sits down with Chris Seveney to share his story—from the highlights to the lowlights—and the lessons he learned throug…
 
Fight artist Richard Slone talks about his decorated career at the easel and at the fights. Richard originally went to the US to box and wound up living with heavyweight legend Joe Frazier in Philadelphia. Several years later, he was at the Kronk in Detroit with Emanuel Steward, becoming a fixture in the gym and in the corner of some of the sport's…
 
Given the day to day challenges Wealth Academy Podcast listeners and subscribers face each day, there are hurdles in life that create stress. As a Certifed Mindfulness Life Coach, Vann takes listeners on a journey to discover there are a number of ways mindfulness can offset life's greatest challenges. Research reflects that 50% of people spend the…
 
Note investing is something that just doesn’t happen overnight. Unless you’re just one heck of a lucky person, you are bound to make mistakes, especially if you’re just starting. Today, Chris Severney discusses the five most common mistakes that new note investors, and even some experienced ones, make. Learning from best practices makes note invest…
 
This week, Kurt Andersen, best-selling author, co-founder of Spy magazine, former editor-in-chief of New York magazine, and legendary journalist, joins the show to discuss his new book, Evil Geniuses: The Unmaking of America - A Recent History . Kurt discusses how a paradigm shift in recent decades has radically transformed the American economy for…
 
Jay Hodge is the founder and President of Jay Hodge & Associates, a Lean Management Consulting firm consisting of an extensive network of Independent Experts specializing in multiple fields including Strategy Deployment, Lean Leadership Development, Operations, Revenue Cycle Management, Kaizen/RIW and Problem Solving Events and the implementation o…
 
Linda Hollander is affectionately known as the Wealthy Bag Lady because she along with her childhood friend started a custom printed shopping bag business that they took from a small enterprise to a multimillion-dollar business. Today Linda leads Sponsor Concierge one of the most renowned sponsorship companies in the industry. Linda Hollander is a …
 
Paul Lawrence Vann provides expertise and shares wisdom to the Wealth Academy Podcast community on the importance of being debt free. It doesn't matter how much money you earn, what is most important is how you allocate your financial resources and part of the process is focusing on becoming debt free. The starting position for most wage earners an…
 
We are very lucky boys. Well - that's only if you actually believe in luck, but with that said, the World Famous Piff the Magic Dragon Skyped in today. And seriously, we don't know why? I mean, you've heard our show. Right? We agree. With all of that said, Piff emailed Tom and said that he misses (a little bit) being on the road and having the abil…
 
Mari Webel (University of Pittsburgh) discusses the impact of sleeping sickness at the turn of the 20th century in East Africa. Mari talks about the role of sleeping sickness both before and after European colonization and how this disease shaped public health more broadly. She also speaks about the experience of local inhabitants during imperial e…
 
Host Paul Lawrence Vann interviewed Tony Guarnaccia of Small Steps Grow Profits. Tony didn't grow up with a silver spoon in his mouth however he rose like a Phoenix to overcome life's greatest challenges in his youth. During this episode of Wealth Academy Podcast Tony Guarnaccia share the inspiration that led to where he is today. One of the primar…
 
Nicky Piper fought for a world title three times. He was defeated by Nigel Benn, Leeonzer Barber and Dariusz Michalczewski but won the Commonwealth title and beat the likes of Bruce Scott and Noel Magee and fought Crawford Ashley, Carl Thompson and many more. A member of MENSA, Piper became known to another generation of fans as an analyst on Sky S…
 
This week, Rep. Mike Levin (D-CA), who represents California's 49th district, joins the show to discuss how Congress should handle the ongoing wildfires, why he's leading an effort to urge more climate change questions at the upcoming presidential debates and vice president debate, and how his experience fighting for climate action inspired him to …
 
Starting at Expanse, Curtis Casella served as the Chief of Staff to the Founder and CEO there and was eventually promoted to Event Marketing Manager and ultimately, Senior Event Marketing Manager. In this episode, Curtis shares how his role as an Executive Assistant allowed him to explore and discover opportunities in marketing. From chasing a whim…
 
Host Paul Lawrence Vann received a text message from Shannon Thomas inquiring if he knew how to obtain personnel records of her father who was a casualty of the Vietnam War, he was only 19 years of age at the time of his untimely death. Shannon had listened to a previous episode where Paul discussed his background working on Capitol Hill for a memb…
 
Merle and Lee consider games that feature infectious diseases in multiple media. After a brief overview of types of games and references to games that feature infectious diseases as part of their plot, the conversation focuses on two popular and successful, yet very different pandemic games where the infectious disease pandemic is central to the ga…
 
We don’t do well alone… really alone. We weren’t created to be alone. God even said that it “wasn’t good” when Adam was alone without Eve. We don’t even do well when we think we’re alone. But are we ever really alone? That’s not what God says. He tells us that He is always with us. So, how can we experience Him more, even in our loneliest times? Le…
 
Dearest T&D Family, I just got home from handling a few more piles of bullsh*t that comes with the death of a family member - in a town that I don't want to be in - talking to people that I don't want to talk to. And, let me be clear, they're all wonderful people. I'm just not in the mood to be handling all of this. Not that anyone would be, but I'…
 
Gjester i PwC-podden: Sunniva Rose, PhD i kjernekraft, og Ole Reistad, avdelingsleder miljø-og strålevern IFE, Institutt for Energiteknologi. – FNs klimapanel sier kjernekraft er en del av løsningen. Langvarige effekter får du med alle måter å produsere energi på. Vindkraft: Da griper du inn i biologisk mangfold. Solkraft produserer mye mer tungmet…
 
In these trying times, what people want to learn the most is how to grow their business despite the pandemic. What other investment options are out there? In this episode, Chris Seveney sits down with Lane Kawaoka from SimplePassiveCashflow.com to ask about his trials and tribulations and how he was able to scale. An engineer turned investor, Lane …
 
New York-based novelist and poet , Rebecca McFadden, shares her backstory of being born and raised a sharecropper's daughter, and how she was able to overcome life's greatest challenges. Rebecca is one of 15 children. Her parents were sharecroppers working in South Carolina's cotton and tobacco fields, and she was raised to do the same. Her vision …
 
Joe Hughes was born with Erb's Palsy, which meant his right arm hasn't developed the same way as his left. While not a one-handed fighter, he's built a successful career with a real disability and one he's happy to talk about. Here, in an in-depth interview, he talks about his struggles in and out of the ring, how despite knock backs, bad scorecard…
 
This week, Zach Carter, author of The Price of Peace: Money, Democracy and the Life of John Maynard Keynes, joins the show (14:58) for a wide-ranging and in-depth conversation on the legendary economist and what a Keynesian approach to green recovery should look like. Would Keynes support a Green New Deal? We dig into it. Co-hosts Ty Benefiel and B…
 
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