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Investing, business, finance &economics - Mark Homer has the experience to help you with many of your questions & challenges. Mark My Words is a successful, eccentric & introverted businessman’s experience of 20 years with no waffle, ads, bravado or big pitches. Mark will interview the worlds most successful business, finance & money experts as well as impart his knowledge in a factual, direct manner. Mark runs & owns multiple businesses & property portfolios so teaches you what he does on a ...
 
What if you could spend time with experts in law firm marketing and practice management, ask them about their successes and failures, their tools and strategies; then take an insight or two to inspire your own business growth? That’s what we do each week on Your Law Firm is a Business... Take it to the Next Level. Hosted by Melanie Leonard, Esq (practice management maestro) and Mark Homer (law firm marketing master), every episode is an in-depth look at how to run a strong business, not just ...
 
In a world full of business “Gurus” and “marketing experts” one man seeks the latest marketing techniques that are actually working, plus finds the real stories of triumph and failure from those REALLY doing it. Guests like #1 Marketer Neil Patel, Tucker Max, Ryan Deiss from Digital Marketer, Michael Port and many, many more… Ian Garlic has hands on helped hundreds of businesses with marketing strategy and execution. As CEO of authenticWEB, Ian launched hundreds of websites, produced even mo ...
 
A podcast about critically acclaimed Australian band Halfway. Hear about twenty years of writing, recording and touring in an indie rock band. Including interviews with Robert Forster (Go-Betweens), Rob Younger (Radio Birdman) Mark Nevers (Lambchop/George Jones), Nick Barker (The Wreckery/The Reptiles), J.C. (Powderfinger), Simon Homer (Plus One Records) and Peter Jesperson (Twin Tone/New West Records)
 
The podcast most capable of ruining bookstores for you forever. TV's Kevin Lanigan, Vern Tooley, Joe Konroy, & Justin Germeroth are veteran improvisers, taking their singular gifts for bringing silly characters to life directly to you. What if all the great writers you learned about in school were alive and well? What if they were unstable morons? What if Jane Austen swung from the chandelier on weekends and Mark Twain was a weird racist? These are the kinds of questions we answer here. You ...
 
Newmarket trainers George Scott and Charlie Fellowes extend their rivalry beyond the racecourse with a twice a month podcast. ‘George and Charlie Off The Bridle’ is a mix of heavyweight opinion and racing banter. Happily they often have a special guest to help keep the peace. Plus, they have sports journalist and co-host Tony Rushmer ensuring that tempers don’t boil over (most of the time). Partnered by our good friends @Fitzdares. ‘George and Charlie Off The Bridle’ is produced by Carl Home ...
 
Arete is a Greek word that essentially means “the fulfilment of one’s full potential”. Or as the famous Greek author Homer wrote, “where heroes gather to realise their full potential”. The Arete podcast is designed to showcase the careers of leading CEOs, Chairs and other successful senior leaders. Rather than a formal interview, this is a relaxed “fireside chat” style conversation, where Richard Triggs talks to the guest about their careers, key achievements, lessons learned along the way, ...
 
This podcast brings you Ellie Mckay's no holds barred chats with some of the UK's top business leaders, entrepreneurs, celebrities, athletes, top thought leaders, influencers and mindset experts. On a Mission is for unconventional thinkers that want to challenge the status quo. For all those people on a mission to live their best lives and take control of their own destiny. Ellie is a straight-talking, successful property entrepreneur who passionately believes that everyone has the power wit ...
 
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Today in the 300th Episode of the Garlic Marketing Show, we will bring you a new topic to discuss to improve your digital marketing strategy. Our host, Ian Garlic, will have a pleasant conversation with our guest today, Mark Homer. In this episode, you will learn how to own your audience in the long term using the power of emails. You will discover…
 
Audiences have one more week to be in “the room where it happens” at the Fox Theatre. After a 17 month delay, The Hamilton National touring cast is performing Lin Manuel-Miranda’s Pulitzer Prize-winning musical through September 26. The cast was supposed to take the stage in March of 2020, but the show was postponed due to the pandemic. Over the la…
 
With multiple investigations still underway, attorneys involved with the tax fraud case against former President Donald Trump’s family business and its longtime chief financial officer, Allen Weisselberg, are due back in court Monday for a hearing in New York City. Their expected appearance at the New York state Supreme Court in Manhattan comes alm…
 
This week, a poll by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution revealed that more than 40% of voters still haven’t made up their minds about the Atlanta mayoral race, even though the election is about six weeks away. The candidates are on the campaign trail and attending numerous mayoral forums. Five of the frontrunners appeared at a forum this week on the …
 
On a hot afternoon in California’s Sequoia National Park, Alexis Bernal squints up at the top of a 200-foot-tall tree. “That is what we would call a real giant sequoia monarch,” she says. “It’s massive.” At 40 feet in diameter, the tree easily meets the definition of a monarch, the name given to the largest sequoias. It’s likely more than 1,500 yea…
 
Businesswoman Jennifer Strahan calls herself a no-nonsense conservative and a political outsider. But as she plans to challenge incumbent U.S. Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene in next April’s Republican primary, Strahan says that’s not a bad thing for Georgia’s 14th Congressional District. Strahan, the president and CEO of a national healthcare advisory…
 
Halloween’s around the corner, and the re-opening of many attractions after the easing of pandemic restrictions brings opportunities for fun, festivities, and frights. One of the country’s most popular destinations for just such a spine-tingling experience is right here in Atlanta: the Netherworld Haunted House, a fearsome labyrinth full of live ac…
 
“I’ll be there for you,” assure The Rembrandts in their lyrics to the absolute earworm of a theme song from the classic 90’s sitcom “Friends.” The prophecy has come true; “Friends” is literally here for you at a new immersive experience based on the show, located in Sandy Springs for the next two weeks. Fanatics can take their love of the series to…
 
Two of today’s foremost contemporary classical musicians take the stage this weekend at Symphony Hall, with the world premiere performance of the new violin concerto composed by Conrad Tao. The Atlanta Symphony Orchestra will perform his composition which he simply calls “Violin Concerto,” with lead violinist Stephan Jackiw under Conductor Robert S…
 
One of the grandest possible aspirations for an artist became real for Atlanta artist Julie Torres whose work was acquired by the New York Metropolitan Museum of Art, which is among the world’s most famous museums. Beginning in July of this year, the Metropolitan began displaying her screenprint portrait of the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader…
 
The Atlanta Braves keep the tradition alive with tenor Timothy Miller singing “God Bless America” at every Sunday evening home game, even during the audience-less games of the pandemic. Miller, an accomplished opera and concert singer, will share this signature performance at a concert this Sunday with the Atlanta Pops Orchestra at the Roswell Cult…
 
Updated September 16, 2021 at 9:49 AM ET For now Republicans’ 2022 midterm election message could be summed up by an old slogan used in the 1990s by Democrats: “It’s the economy, stupid.” GOP lawmakers in recent weeks have piled on the Biden administration for the chaotic and deadly withdrawal from Afghanistan, and argued it has failed to respond s…
 
Dante Alighieri died 700 years ago this year. His enemies had him exiled, hoping he'd disappear from history. But instead he wrote a masterpiece, The Divine Comedy, making himself the hero of his own epic poem — and in so doing, attained literary immortality. This is the final episode in a three-part series that originally aired in May of 2002.…
 
After Hurricane Katrina devastated New Orleans in 2005, an estimated one-half of that city’s population left. More than a hundred thousand never came back. It’s now been three weeks since Hurricane Ida decimated parts of Louisiana, and it could be weeks more before power is restored to some hard-hit areas. It’s not clear whether Ida will have the s…
 
Paula Poundstone, comedian, and panelist on NPR’s “Wait, Wait, Don’t Tell Me,” is exhaling with relief to be back on tour. Not a comedian who thrives in captivity, she nevertheless filled her pandemic months with extraordinary productivity – starting multiple podcasts, running a game show on Zoom, and creating various character satires for the amus…
 
Comedian Norm Macdonald, a beloved Saturday Night Live cast member in the 1990s, has died. His management company confirmed that the 61-year-old had battled cancer for nine years. “He was most proud of his comedy,” his producing partner and friend Lori Jo Hoekstra told Deadline. “Norm was a pure comic. He once wrote that ‘a joke should catch someon…
 
The COVID-19 response plan that President Biden unveiled last week aims to dramatically increase the accessibility of rapid tests for the coronavirus. The Biden administration announced it was spending $2 billion on 280 million quick-turnaround tests to be distributed to community health centers, food banks, testing sites, shelters, prisons and oth…
 
Dante Alighieri died 700 years ago this year. His enemies had him exiled, hoping he'd disappear from history. But instead he wrote a masterpiece, The Divine Comedy, making himself the hero of his own epic poem — and in so doing, attained literary immortality. This is the second episode in a three-part series that originally aired in May of 2002.…
 
Mayoral candidate Roosevelt Searles III has ambitious plans for the city of Atlanta if elected, including a new city-run hospital, food market and amusement park. Searles joined “Morning Edition” to discuss his intended response to crime and COVID-19. Christopher Alston contributed to this report. The post Political Newcomer Roosevelt Searles III C…
 
In an epic illustration of the old observation that “history repeats itself,” Homer’s “Iliad” will receive a vivid reimagining by Theatrical Outfit starting this week. Their new play, “An Iliad,” brings the Classical Greek tragedy to life in a time-traveling narrative created by Lisa Peterson and Denis O’Hare. The play’s director, as well as the ar…
 
GALLIANO, La. — Hurricane Ida stripped thousands of residents in this state of their power, their livelihoods, and in wrecking their homes, it dropped their net worth almost to zero. In this town, it’s easy to see the carnage of neighborhoods when driving around. Trailers lull crushed on their sides. In some lots there’s no semblance of a building …
 
Dante Alighieri died 700 years ago this year. His enemies had him exiled, hoping he'd disappear from history. But instead he wrote a masterpiece, The Divine Comedy, making himself the hero of his own epic poem — and in so doing, attained literary immortality. This is the first part of a three-part series that originally aired in May of 2002.…
 
Billing--it’s one of the most dreaded parts of owning a law firm. When it comes to billing, we hear the same things from attorneys over and over again. They don’t record time for things they don’t think they should charge a client for. They write off time or give discounts for tasks that they think shouldn’t have taken so long. They delay sending o…
 
After twenty years running a small business out of her home, Mary Gay leapt at the chance to rent an office at Pittsburgh Yards. “I was the first tenant here. I’ve been harassing them before the building got up,” she said. “It was just walls.” Now that the co-working and office space on the south side of Atlanta is open, she says most of her time i…
 
The U.S. Supreme Court’s decision to lift the eviction moratorium puts many Georgians at risk of losing their homes, but there is federal rental assistance available to renters who have been financially impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. Tonya Cureton Curry, deputy commissioner of housing for the Georgia Department of Community Affairs joined “Morn…
 
It’s a thorny task identifying modern American heroes, but few would deny Congressman John Lewis the honor. His courage helped lead the civil rights movement to its greatest successes, while he shared in the struggles of its toughest battles. He died of pancreatic cancer last year, but not before sharing his last story in “Run,” a graphic book co-w…
 
The first thing Larry McCanney fell in love with was the tree in the front yard. It cast shade on the porch of a house that, if he were honest, needed some work. But McCanney is handy, the price was right and the location was perfect, just a couple of miles from his childhood home in Burlington, N.J. “We just kind of wanted to get our family starte…
 
The familiar plot of Shakespeare’s King Lear is also the plot of many novels written for our own times. Nahlah Ayed speaks to novelists Preti Taneja and Jane Smiley who have reworked the Lear story. She’s also joined by Stratford Festival artistic director Antoni Cimolino to explore what King Lear has to say to us today about gender, power, loyalty…
 
Like millions of others, Kathleen Hipps thought she was safe from COVID-19 after she got two shots of the Moderna vaccine last spring. So she figured she just had a summer cold when she got the sniffles in July. But then she opened some Vick’s VapoRub. “Anyone who’s ever smelled Vick’s VapoRub knows how pungent of a smell it is. And I couldn’t smel…
 
A particular question had been quietly rolling around in my head for years — one that I finally started thinking harder about lately: when did the word “progressive” creep into my news stories? More specifically, I started thinking more about it when I covered an Ohio Democratic congressional primary last month — a primary in which the candidates a…
 
This week, Ellie is on a mission alongside Joe Foster, world-renowned business mastermind, author and co-founder of global super brand, Reebok. Joe discusses his beginnings in business, how Reebok grew from small beginnings to a global super power, and the story of Joe's incredible journey into and through business - the challenges faced and the le…
 
With its status as one of the world’s busiest airports, Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport gets a lot of attention. But there are more than 100 public-use airports in the state – and many of them are in need of an upgrade. The majority of Georgia airports are at least 60 years old. Many of them were built in the 1940s during World W…
 
COVID, politics and the law all collided this week when President Joe Biden announced a plan to impose vaccine requirements on businesses. The move drew immediate pushback from Gov. Brian Kemp, who vowed legal action against the plan, despite the fact that Georgia’s low vaccination rates have filled hospitals, with 98 percent of all ICU beds are in…
 
As Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp and other GOP leaders nationwide threaten a legal challenge against President Joe Biden’s new COVID-19 vaccine requirements, analysts are asking what grounds do the governors have? The federal mandate announced Thursday includes making private-sector businesses with more than 100 workers order COVID-19 vaccines, or regula…
 
Nearly 3,000 people were killed when 19 members of the Islamist terrorist group al-Qaeda hijacked four airplanes in 2001. The terrorist group intentionally crashed two planes into the twin towers of the World Trade Center in New York City. The third plane crashed into the Pentagon in Alexandria, Va. The fourth plane, believed to be headed to the Wh…
 
A new temporary exhibition at Atlanta History Center commemorates first responders who lost their lives on Sept. 11, 2001, and the days that followed. “Responding Heroes: Remembering September 11, 2001,” will showcase artwork honoring the memories of frontline rescuers, some of which was made by first responders themselves. Michael Rose, Chief Miss…
 
Retired U.S. Army infantry Captain Dan Berschinski was severely injured during his 2009 tour in Afghanistan, losing both of his legs above the knee to an IED explosion. Nevertheless, Berschinski says he believes President Biden was right to withdraw troops and believes that America should learn from its defeat in Afghanistan. Christopher Alston con…
 
Today we are talking about online reviews. We are so excited about this topic because it’s something attorneys can dive into that can make a big difference in their law firms. Everyone knows to some degree that reviews are important. However, there’s a lot of confusion out there about them. There are even those who have concerns and criticism aroun…
 
This week, Ellie is in conversation with Royal Marines veteran, motivational speaker, author and founder of No Limits, Mark Ormrod MBE. Mark talks about his military past, how we can find growth and development in the most unlikely of places, and how he has come back from extraordinary adversity with a message of positivity and courage. KEY TAKEAWA…
 
John Wilton on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/john-wilton-aa61423b/ PSSS Website: https://psssa.com.au/ Nick Barnsdall on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/nickbarnsdall/CST Hire Website: https://csthire.com.au/Richard Triggs on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/richardtriggs/ Arete Executive Website: https://www.areteexecutive.com.a…
 
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