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NAAAP Pride - A National Program by National Association of Asian American

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Pride Talk features conversations with Asian American LGBTQ+ professionals and their allies to empower, educate, engage, and celebrate this community. You'll hear casual conversations, stories, and life experiences from various Asian American LGBTQ+ individuals as well as their allies.
 
Join Chris Grenzig & John Cohen every week as they bring you some truly incredible people on the show to cut through the crap around real estate investing and deliver to you truly honest and transparent discussions on everything real estate. John & Chris have been investing in real estate for years and have acquired several thousand units, worth hundreds of millions of dollars with Toro Real Estate Partners. They bring in authentic investors and professionals, large and small, to talk about ...
 
The Passive Investor Show where John Fortes brings you real success stories and insights from the most successful real estate investment firms and leading industry consultants about the fundamentals of private passive investing. The show was designed to help working professionals understand that they don’t have to create another job to create another stream of income. Get a glimpse of what it's like behind the scenes building a successful real estate investment business and how entrepreneuri ...
 
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As we conclude this season’s conversation with Telly Leung, we continue the discussion of diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging as it relates to the theatre. Telly also brings attention to the need for new voices and original stories created by and performed by Asian Americans and gives shout-out to those who inspired him. Guest: Telly Leung …
 
Saint Rita of Cascia (1381-1457) was an Italian widow and an Augustinian nun, so famed for the efficacy of her prayers that she is known as the patron saint of the impossible. After her husband and twin sons died young, Saint Rita joined an Augustinian convent, and became known for her piety and her prayers. She received a partial stigmata, a wound…
 
In this episode we continue the conversation with Telly as we discuss intersectionality and being both Asian and gay in the theatre. Telly also shares his experience of being an out gay actor and cast as the lead in Disney's Aladdin on Broadway. We conclude this episode by discussing the responsibility of the Asian community to demand and support w…
 
Saint Pachomius the Great is one of the most important of the desert fathers of 3rd-4th century Egypt. He is the founder of cenobitic monasticism, that is, the type of monasticism where monks live together in communities. He came from a pagan family in Egypt, and was a conscript in the Roman Empire's army. During his service, he encountered the kin…
 
Our discussion with Telly Leung continues as we discuss identity, coming out, married life, and family acceptance. The conversation gets a bit personal as he shares his experience with dating girls and his first sexual encounter with another man. You’ll want to listen to find out how Calvin Klein underwear ads and a trip to Costco fits into the con…
 
Saint Julian of Norwich (1342-c.1416) is the author of the Revelations of Divine Love. As far as we know, this is the earliest known book written in the English language by a woman. Saint Julian was an anchorite, that is, someone who lived a secluded life in a cell to pray. The Revelations of Divine Love were written after she experienced mystical …
 
Broadway and television star Telly Leung discusses his Chinese American experience and the importance of Asian representation in television and theatre. He also shares his thoughts on performing with the legendary Chita Rivera. Tune to hear Telly’s thoughts on community, family, and relationships. Guest: Telly Leung Website: https://pride.naaap.org…
 
Saint Thomas the Apostle was one of Jesus' twelve disciples. He is also known as "doubting Thomas", since he refused to believe that Jesus was resurrected until he saw Christ himself. Tradition holds that he later traveled east to spread the Gospel, establishing churches in the Middle East and finally in India, where he died as a martyr. For this r…
 
In this Easter episode of the Christian Saints Podcast, we will remember Saint Mary Magdalene, the first person to discover that Jesus Christ was resurrected. She was one of Jesus' closest followers, and indeed the gospels tell us she help to support his ministry financially. Saint Mary Magdalene is sometimes known as the "Apostle to the Apostles" …
 
Saint Magdalene of Canossa was born in 18th century Verona, Italy from an aristocratic family. She desired to pursue Christ rather than enjoying her life of wealthy privilege. However, she felt also that the cloistered life was not for her, since she felt called to charity to the poor and evangelism. She thus founded the order of Canossian daughter…
 
Saint John of the Ladder (also known as Saint John of Sinai) was abbot of Saint Catherine's monastery in Sinai, Egypt. He is principally known for writing the Ladder of Divine Ascent, a text intended to guide Christians, primarily monastics, towards a life of holiness. This book is much beloved, particularly in Eastern Christianity. It consists of …
 
The Annunciation, celebrated on March 25 is one of the most important feasts of the church. This is the moment when the Archangel Gabriel announces to Mary that Jesus Christ is conceived in her. For this episode, we read the account of the Annunciation in the Gospel of Luke, and hear reflections on the event by John Donne, Saint Bernard of Clairvau…
 
Saint James Theodore Holly (born 1829) was Episcopalian Bishop of Haiti and the Dominican Republic - the first African-American bishop of the Episcopal church. Holly was interested in Haiti as a possible destination for African-Americans fleeing slavery and unjust treatment in the United States. When his plans for African-American emigration to Hai…
 
Saint Helen of Constantinople was born in the 3rd century Roman Empire from humble origins, but eventually became Empress, as mother of Saint and Emperor Constantine the Great. Saint Constantine was the first Christian emperor of Rome, and with his rule the Roman Empire would embrace the Christian faith. Saint Helen is known also for traveling to J…
 
Saints Cyril and Methodius are known as the "teachers of the Slavs". They were 9th century missionaries who brought the gospel to the Slavic peoples (who are the ancestor's of today's Czechs, Slovaks, Serbs, Bulgarians, Ukrainians, Russians, etc). Saint Cyril in particular is known as the inventor of the Cyrilic alphabet, which is still in use toda…
 
Saints Francisco and Jacinta Marto were illiterate Portuguese shepherd children, who, together with their cousin Lucia, encountered apparitions of the Virgin Mary in Fatima, Portugal in the year 1917. They were deeply pious children, especially concerned for the reconciliation of sinners to Christ. Saints Francisco and Jacinta would pass away soon …
 
On January 25 the Roman Catholic and Anglican churches celebrate the conversion of Saint Paul the Apostle. In conjunction with that day, I did a YouTube interview of two parishioners of my church, Saint Paul's church in Petaling Jaya about what we can learn from the Apostle Paul's life and writings. This episode is the lightly edited audio from tha…
 
On February 5 1597, 26 Christians were killed by crucifixion in Nagasaki, Japan, part of a centuries-long persecution of the Christian faith in that country. Catholic missions to Japan began in the 16th century and were initially successful. Hundreds of thousands of Japanese converted, including some Daimyo (feudal lords). However, starting with th…
 
John Fortes answers the number one question he's asked from firms that seek his consulting and discusses the 5 steps for firms looking to start their first fund. Firms considering moving away from old fashioned deal by deal models to fund offerings for their investor base need to tune into this episode. “My goal is to speak to as many investors as …
 
Saint Brigid of Kildare lived in c. 451 – 525. She is one of the patron saints of Ireland, and sometimes referred to as the "Gaelic Mary". She was the daughter of a slave who eventually became an abbess. She is particularly known for her miracle-working and great love for the poor. Her feast day on February 1 will be a public holiday in the Republi…
 
Saint Basil the Great was Bishop of Caesarea Mazaca in Cappadocia in the 4th century, and one of the most important theologians in the Christian church. He is one of the Three Holy Hierarchs in Eastern Orthodoxy, and is regarded as a Doctor of the Church in the west. Basil came from a pious family (his parents and several of his siblings are also r…
 
Lisa Hylton is host of The Level Up REI Podcast is back on this quick hitter to explain how to leverage a fund for your investment firm benefit. What are the advantages for your firm with fund offerings to your investors. Quick hitters help provide details to passive investors to understand the structure, mindset, or process of investing in real es…
 
Lisa Hylton is host of The Level Up REI Podcast and she joins us to explain the pro's & con's of funds. Why it benefits investors and why investment firms should offer them to real estate investors. “My goal is to speak to as many investors as possible and hope to be a blessing to them through our conversation. How can I best support you?” -John Fo…
 
James John Marks takes over the host's chair, and discusses Saint Spyridon, Bishop of Trimythous, a diocese on the island of Cyprus. Saint Spyridon lived in the late 3rd century to the early 4th century, and was a participant of the Council of Nicaea that upheld Trinitarian doctrine against the threats of the Arian heresy. He is also renowned as a …
 
A real estate fund could drastically change and create a more sustainable business for you going forward. John Fortes details the pro's and con's for not only the firm but also the investors participating in the fund. Whether you have created a fund or have considered a one, John identifies how to spot capital raising real estate firms and how that…
 
John Fortes discusses how to subscribe to any investment with private equity firms and what to look out for. “My goal is to speak to as many investors as possible and hope to be a blessing to them through our conversation. How can I best support you?” -John Fortes Considering passively investing? Here’s how it works: What is Multifamily Syndication…
 
A common question with real estate syndication investing is how do the taxes work with these types of investments? John Fortes describes the process and what to expect from real estate passive investments. Disclaimer: Please consult with a professional tax specialist or your personal accountant for how these types of investments could reflect for y…
 
Passive Investor 101 series provide investors with insight and expectations of passively investing in multifamily syndications. We explain how the two-tiered structure are now offered in multifamily syndications. “My goal is to speak to as many investors as possible and hope to be a blessing to them through our conversation. How can I best support …
 
Saint Francis Xavier is known as the Apostle to the Indies. He was a 16th century Basque nobleman, one of the founding members of the Jesuit order, and famed as a missionary to Asia. He was active in the Portuguese-controlled port of Goa in India, in the East Indies, and in Japan and China. The number of baptisms attributed to his work number in at…
 
Ava Benesocky and August Biniaz joined forces in 2019 to form CPI Capital. A Canadian-based real estate investment firm. Ava and August discuss how investors get started and how to properly vet a sponsor. Quick hitters help provide details to passive investors to understand the structure, mindset, or process of investing in real estate from establi…
 
Ava Benesocky and August Biniaz joined forces in 2019 to form CPI Capital. A Canadian-based real estate investment firm. Ava and August share how they scale their business and focus on relationships with investors that help scale their business. “My goal is to speak to as many investors as possible and hope to be a blessing to them through our conv…
 
On November 21, the Roman Catholic and Eastern Orthodox churches celebrate the feast of the Presentation of Mary (also known as the Entrance of Mary into the Temple) , when Saints Joachim and Anna bring their three-year-old daughter, the Virgin Mary to live in the temple in Jerusalem. Mary's time in the temple serves as a preparation for her eventu…
 
Brad St. Onge is the Head of Partnerships with InvestNext. He helps clients transition to an investor portal to help investment firms streamline the capital raise process. Brad provides John the details of the benefits of having an investor portal instead of working out of spreadsheets. Quick hitters help provide details to passive investors to und…
 
Brad St. Onge is the Head of Partnerships with InvestNext. He helps clients transition to an investor portal to help investment firms streamline the capital raise process. Brad and John talking about the InvestNext investor portal and why it could benefit your next capital raise. “My goal is to speak to as many investors as possible and hope to be …
 
Saint Margaret of Scotland was an 11th century Queen of Scotland known for her piety and great acts of charity. She was a princess from the English House of Wessex, which was deposed when William the Conqueror invaded England in 1066 and took the throne. Saint Margaret and her family then fled to Scotland, where she married the Scottish King Malcol…
 
Anthony Vicino is a best-selling author, real estate investor, and serial entrepreneur committed to helping people maximize their Return on Life. He is the co-founding partner of Invictus Capital, a multifamily acquisition firm based in Minneapolis, MN. Anthony shares with John how to improve your investing business with by providing educational co…
 
It starts out innocently. You post a dating profile and someone smart and funny responds. There’s back and forth and they suggest moving to email. It feels like the start of a connection. Then, an urgent note: a family member needs medical care, an ex has made off with the savings, a child is stranded in another country. Even then, you’re thinking,…
 
Anthony Vicino is a best-selling author, real estate investor, and serial entrepreneur committed to helping people maximize their Return on Life. He is the co-founding partner of Invictus Capital, a multifamily acquisition firm based in Minneapolis, MN. Anthony and John converse on how to build a better real estate investment firm by providing inve…
 
Saint Willibrord is known as the "Apostle of Frisia". He was an Anglo-Saxon monk who was born in 7th century Northumbria, England. He felt called to be a missionary to Northern Europe, and headed to Frisia (a region that today is located in the Netherlands and Germany). At this time Frisia was contested by Peppin, ruler of the Franks, and the pagan…
 
Bridger Pennington is the founder of 2 investment funds that have done over 217 deals in the last 3.5 years. We welcome back Bridger Pennington and talk about what mistakes we should avoid when starting a fund. Bridger provides his perspective from his experience of fund managing. Quick hitters help provide details to passive investors to understan…
 
Bridger Pennington is the founder of 2 investment funds that have done over 217 deals in the last 3.5 years. John and Bridger discuss how to start a fund, mistakes you should avoid when creating a fund, & all the benefits of what a fund can do for your firm. “My goal is to speak to as many investors as possible and hope to be a blessing to them thr…
 
Saint John Kochurov (Ivan Alexandrovich Kochurov) also known as Saint John of Chicago, was the first of many priests killed by the Bolsheviks in their communist revolution in 1917. He was a Russian priest who was sent to America, and for many years served as parish priest in Chicago. He was a beloved pastor in a place where Orthodoxy was not well-e…
 
Good news: there are advances—soon and on the horizon—for Alzheimer’s. Learn more as we talk with Dr. Roberta Diaz Brinton, one of the world’s leading experts on women and our risk of Alzheimer’s disease. Dr. Brinton is director of the UA Center for Innovation in Brain Science at the University of Arizona Health Sciences. Her scientific discoveries…
 
Saint Anthony Mary Claret was a 19th century Archbishop of Santiago (Cuba) and founder of the Congregation of Missionary Sons of the Immaculate Heart of Mary, known today as the Claretians. Later in life he was also the personal confessor of the Spanish Queen Isabella II. Saint Anthony was known for his commitment to missionary preaching, and for b…
 
Saint Shushanik (also known as Saint Susanna) was a 5th century martyr and queen of Georgia. She was born as Vardeni Mamikonian from a prominent Christian Armenian family, and married Varsken, ruler of southern Georgia. In order to gain the favour of the neighbouring Persian empire, Varsken converted to Zoroastrianism, and abused and imprisoned Sai…
 
Saint Teresa of Avila was the first woman in Roman Catholicism given the title "Doctor of the Church". She was a mystic, theologian, nun, and founder of the reformed order of the Discalced Carmelites. She was lived in the 16th century in Avila, Spain, and frequently received visions from God. She wrote an autobiography which recounts her life, her …
 
Saint Francis of Assisi is one of the most revered Saints in Western Christianity. He was born in 1181 or 1182, the son of a wealthy cloth merchant. Receiving visions from God, he instead pursued a life of following Christ through poverty, renouncing his familial wealth. He founded the Order of Friars Minor, also known as the Franciscan Friars, and…
 
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