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Welcome to the Relax, I Got This! Podcast – your premium destination for unlocking the world of real estate with confidence and savvy. With our tagline "Elevate Your Real Estate IQ: Learn on the Relax, I Got This! Podcast," we're your trusted resource for all things real estate, designed to empower both newcomers and seasoned enthusiasts. Tune in to gain expert insights, strategic tips, and actionable advice from industry professionals, seasoned investors, and successful homeowners. Our epis ...
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Welcome to "Crushing it With Your Tribe," the podcast that celebrates remarkable individuals who are not only smart and accomplished but also deeply caring and giving. In a world where greatness is often defined by selflessness, join us as we shine a spotlight on those who are making a significant impact. In each engaging episode, we delve into the inspiring stories of people who are doing exceptional things, whether it's in their careers, communities, or personal lives. Our mission is to sh ...
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1. The Three Degrees- Distant Lover 2. love unlimited love unlimited - I Belong To YoU 3. Barry White - Let Me Live My Life Lovin' You Babe 4. The O'Jays - Family Reunion 5. Spinners - I Don't Want to Lose You 6. Candi Staton - Clean up America 7. The Fatback Band - Spanish Hustle 8. Van McCoy - The Hustle 9. George Mccrae- Rock Your Baby 10. Andrea True Connection - More, More, More 11. Silver Convention - Fly Robin Fly 12. Harold Melvin and the Blue Notes - The Love I Lost 13. Ecstasy, Pas ...
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Prompt to Page

Jessamine County Public Library

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A JCPL librarian interviews published writers about their favorite writing prompts—exercises that can help inspire, focus, and improve your creative writing. Whether you’re a beginner or a pro, a novelist, essayist, or poet, you’ll find ideas and advice to motivate you to keep writing. A partnership with the Carnegie Center for Literacy and Learning.
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The Art of Allowance Podcast is hosted by John Lanza, the author of "The Art of Allowance: A Short, Practical Guide to Raising Money-Smart, Money-Empowered Kids." John is also the Chief Mammal and Creator of The Money Mammals, the award-winning DVD and picture book series that helps get kids excited about money smarts. In the Art of Allowance podcast, John interviews parents and other youth money experts to discuss tools, tactics and tricks that families can pick and choose from to help them ...
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Everyone on the planet needs air to survive. Bold Blind Beauty adopted the acronym A.I.R. (Access, Inclusion, and Representation) because it's essential for people with disabilities not only to survive but to thrive. Bold Blind Beauty On A.I.R. is clearing the air for more A.I.R.
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FOR THE WILD

Ayana Young

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This weekly hour-long program is a forum for powerful conversations with the philosophers, scientists, activists, healers, artists and others who are leading the movements to restore our beleaguered planet to its natural balance. The show deals with the most urgent questions facing the next generation of Earth stewards. How do we reverse ecological damages and create a culture of regeneration? How do we confront the psychological challenges of an uncertain future, while healing the age-old w ...
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Dr Kimoni Present When Disco Ruled the World Tribute to Donna Summer 73-80s 3-2-2022By drkimonidisco@yahoo.comOldies 1. The Three Degrees- Distant Lover 2. love unlimited love unlimited - I Belong To YoU 3. Barry White - Let Me Live My Life Lovin' You Babe 4. The O'Jays - Family Reunion 5. Spinners - I Don't Want to Lose You 6. Candi Staton - Clean…
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Do you wonder if you have a book inside you? According to Kentucky Writers Hall of Fame member George Ella Lyon, "you have to write to find out." George Ella says writers "have to dwell in uncertainty. Because that's the one thing that's certain, is that you'll be uncertain." George Ella, who writes for all ages in multiple genres, shares the promp…
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Episode title and number: The ADNA Explores the Entrepreneurial Journey of Bold Blind Beauty's Stephanae McCoy 4-#6 Summary of the show: In this cross-promotional episode of "The ADNA Presents," Roy Samuelson speaks with special returning guest Stephanae McCoy, founder of Bold Blind Beauty. Stephanae shares her creative passion and the evolution of…
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Episode title and number: Kamille Richardson - From Assistive Technology to Entrepreneurial Success 4-#5 Summary of the show: Dr. Kamille Richardson shares her journey from massage therapist to founder of iSee Technologies, Inc., focusing on access, independence, and employment for people with visual impairments. She discusses challenges, authentic…
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In this episode of the Agent-to-Agent series of the show, I speak with Trudy Padilla, who is based in St Augustine, Florida. Trudy is a seasoned real estate professional with over 30 years of experience, specializing in representing both buyers and sellers in the Northeast Florida market. With a background in mortgage lending and extensive knowledg…
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Guest Dr. Ashley LeBaron-Black returns to the podcast to talk with host John Lanza about her research focus of family finance. Ashley first defines the terms “financial well-being” and “financial socialization.” She then highlights the importance of family modeling and open discussion on the money-smart journey. Ashley also emphasizes the essential…
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In this episode of the Agent-to-Agent series of the show, I speak with Melanie Ruiz, who is based in Rhode Island. Melanie is a future coffeeshop owner building a real estate business to help fund a life creating connections and community. Being a single mom of twins with a remote corporate job offered a lot of opportunity to find fun ways to work …
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If you're a writer who works another job to make a living, poet Robin LaMer Rahija has some advice for you. "I think ideas and thoughts and little tiny chunks of motivation come to all of us throughout the day," she says. "Just stop and write them down and save them for later. And get in the habit of not ignoring that impulse toward a creative act.…
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In this episode of the Agent-to-Agent series of the show, I speak with Allison Pflaum, who is based in the Austin area. Originally from Florida, Allison now lives in Kyle, just south of Austin, TX. She's a proud mother of two sons and a former teacher turned real estate entrepreneur. With over a decade of experience, she's bought and sold over 10 h…
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Guest Colin Ryan speaks to college-age kids nationwide and shares humorous anecdotes to help them grapple with money. He also encourages parents to see their children as the heroes of their financial stories, understand their kids' unique perspectives and personalize conversations to foster connections. During his podcast appearance, Colin and host…
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Episode title and number: Replay: A Podcast Takeover with Bold Blind Beauty's Rising Stars 4-#4 Summary of the show: In this special 'replay' edition of the Bold Blind Beauty On A.I.R. Podcast, interns take over to share their fresh perspectives and journey through the world of demystifying blindness, beauty, accessibility, and inclusivity. Featuri…
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In this episode of the Agent-to-Agent series of the show, I speak with Chris Ruszkiewicz, who is based in the Milwaukee area. Chris began her professional journey in 1994 when she obtained her first license and delved into the realm of new construction consultancy for a custom builder. Transitioning to residential real estate sales in 1996, she dis…
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In this episode of the Agent-to-Agent series of the show, I speak with Mary Ellen Vanaken, who is based in the North Atlanta area. Mary Ellen is a seasoned real estate professional originally from Long Island, New York, with a background in finance from her time on Wall Street with JP Morgan. Over the past 25+ years, she has called Alpharetta, Geor…
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Author and arts administrator JC McPherson is also a trained master electrician who approaches poetry with a troubleshooting mindset. He says that "writing a poem is no different than wiring up a new room, like putting new lights in the outlets. And it's a process." JC often returns to his favorite writing prompt because it "shakes something loose"…
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Self-professed "money disaster" Joe Saul-Sehy shares his experiences with and insights on raising money-smart kids with host John Lanza. Joe recounts his own credit card debacle, which influenced how he approached money with his twins. He shares how he introduced them to money when they were young, his family's allowance system, his "circling back"…
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In this episode, I speak with Kimberly Truax, founder of Bellaire Residential Assisted Living and Memory Care. Kimberly discovered her passion for senior care 30 years ago as a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA). With over 14 years of experience in various roles, including Assistant Administrator, Administrator, and Executive Director for Assisted L…
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In this episode of the Agent-to-Agent series of the show, I speak with Byron Mims, who is based in the Charlotte, North Carolina area. Byron is a licensed Realtor in both North and South Carolina and has called the Charlotte area home for over a decade. Originally from Texas, he developed a deep affection for his current hometown of Charlotte. The …
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In this episode of the Agent-to-Agent series of the show, I speak with Jordana Zober Cutitta, who is based in the Pittsburgh area. Jordana is a highly experienced real estate professional with nearly 20 years of expertise in guiding clients through the significant financial decisions of buying and selling property. Her lifelong connection to the ci…
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Episode title and number: Breaking Barriers in Beauty: A Conversation with Robin Shum of Estée Lauder 4-#3 Summary of the show: This episode of Bold Blind Beauty On A.I.R. celebrates International Women's Day by featuring Robin Shum from Estée Lauder who discusses the groundbreaking voice-enabled makeup assistant. Aimed at breaking barriers and fos…
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In this episode of the Agent-to-Agent series of the show, I speak with Brittany Sacco, who is based in the central Florida area, from Lakeland to Champions Gate and beyond. "Finding the 'Florida Dream' one home at a time" is Brittany's ultimate goal. When she moved from Michigan to Florida back in 2013, she came packed with enthusiasm and the energ…
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In this episode of the Agent-to-Agent series of the show, I speak with Marilyn Burke, who is based in the Boston area, but is also licensed in Rhode Island. She has been in the Real Estate game for 20 years, and but also has history as a teacher by degree and a weight loss coach. She had her own weight loss clinic franchise when she found her way i…
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On this episode, we talk to Tracee de Hahn, author of the Agnes Luthi mystery series and coordinator of the Carnegie Center's Author Academy. Tracee prefers "to think of a prompt as a possibility, but not necessarily a necessity." She's partial to the origin story as a writing prompt because it helps her understand the characters and places she's w…
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In this episode, I speak with Eric Olson, self-proclaimed nerd. Eric is the owner and founder of PedalPub St. Pete, North America's original party bike. PedalPub St. Pete is a fun, eco-friendly way for groups to get some light exercise and fresh air while touring though the murals of St. Pete. If you're looking for a bar-hopping mural tour party in…
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Host John Lanza speaks with Vince Shorb about the importance of financial education, the need for financial literacy programs in schools and the challenges of scaling these programs. They address the underappreciated role of parents in financial literacy education and the importance of teaching kids to save, earn money and control expenses, while h…
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In this episode of the Agent-to-Agent segment of the show, I speak with Anne Rosen, who is based in downtown Chicago. Anne's journey into real estate began during the time that many view as the worst economic time in recent memory, and she was able to defy the rest of the industry's pessimism, as she didn't have any experiences to compare it with. …
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In this episode, I speak with Karyl Thomas of Lori Williams - Senior Services about navigating the senior living experience. Karyl has over 30 years' experience in senior living and healthcare combined with pharmaceutical sales and hospice. Karyl has a profound passion for supporting seniors; a passion that has guided her career journey. When asked…
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Episode title and number: Love Beyond Sight Featuring Kiran Kaja 4-#2 Summary of the show: In this episode of Bold Blind Beauty On A.I.R., hosts Stephanae McCoy, Dana Hinnant, Nasreen Bhutta, and Sylvia Stinson-Perez have a thought-provoking conversation with Kiran Kaja about his experiences dating as a congenitally blind man. He shares interesting…
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In this episode, I'm back with Christian Johnson of Guaranteed Rate, and this time we're talking about the greatest financial asset you probably own: your home. In the past, we've talked about mortgage rates, but those change weekly, so we decided to do something different this time. This time we're talking about what goes on in the finance industr…
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On this episode of Prompt to Page, Sean L. Corbin, the Poetry Gauntlet Coordinator for the Carnegie Center for Literacy and Learning, discusses his belief that "everything is a prompt." "If you sit down to write a poem, you don't just pour it out," he says. "Something had to prompt you to do that." If you've ever enjoyed Mad Libs or LEGO, you might…
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Looking for some fresh perspective on your family's money-smart journey? Kevin Kelly's approaches to finances are sure to be conversation starters. Kevin is the Senior Maverick at Wired, an award-winning magazine he co-founded in 1993. He is also the co-chair of The Long Now Foundation, a membership organization that champions long-term thinking, a…
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Episode title and number: Embrace Your Boldness: Messages of Resilience & Authenticity for 2024. 4-#1 Summary of the show: The hosts of 'Bold Blind Beauty On A.I.R.'— Stephanae McCoy, Dana Hinnant, Nasreen Bhutta, and Sylvia Stinson-Perez; welcome listeners to a special New Year episode. They reflect on the past year's difficulties and share their …
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On this episode of the Prompt to Page writing podcast, we talk to poet and visual artist Jay McCoy, author of The Occupation. Jay discusses his passion for researching his family history and how that research has inspired his recent poetry projects. He also shares two of his favorite writing prompts, including one from Linda Gregg's essay "The Art …
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In this episode, I speak with Rhonda Headley about how she blew up her life for the better. Rhonda is an environmental graphic designer and a signage expert. Her background in construction, sculpture, and graphic design adds unique qualifications and expertise to her design work. She has spent her life examining and redesigning the built environmen…
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Episode title and number: Breaking Beauty Boundaries: A Candid Conversation with Mara Lauren Hutchinson Season 3 - #9 Brief summary of the show: During this podcast episode, the Bold Blind Beauty On A..I.R. team highlights the themes of challenging societal norms and perceptions of beauty through an insightful discussion with Mara Lauren Hutchinson…
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How can parents encourage their kids to harness the power of patience on the money-smart journey? My latest Art of Allowance Podcast guest, Will Rainey, offers parents strategies for teaching investing and saving. Will is an award-winning investment consultant who has advised governments, insurance companies and some of the world's largest pension …
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On this episode of the Prompt to Page writing podcast, we talk to Terena Elizabeth Bell, author of Tell Me What You See. Terena discusses why the events of the last few years compelled her to write experimental short fiction, and she offers encouragement to listeners who want to write about current events. “You have to write with your voice, what y…
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My latest podcast guest, Megan McCoy, offers strategies for partners to address their differences and realign their intentions on a money-smart journey. We also dive into negative financial self-fulfilling prophecies, why financial opposites attract, avoiding financial fights, the power of delayed gratification and the problem with financial educat…
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In this episode, I speak with Anthony Wright, founder of Safe Hands Insurance, a Christian-based independent insurance brokerage company. Anthony is a Dallas-native and graduated from Northwood University. He started Safe Hands Insurance in 2012 with a vision of doing insurance differently based on a motto of helping you be a good steward of all yo…
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Episode title and number: Living with Usher Syndrome and Redefining Audiology featuring Dr. Jasmine Simmons Season 3 - #8 Brief summary of the show: This conversation touches on various aspects of living with hearing and sight challenges, along with the importance of self-advocacy and the role of audiologists in providing support and understanding …
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For Christopher Rowe, author of The Navigating Fox, writing prompts can help him generate work when he's feeling stuck. In fact, one of his first stories to be widely published, translated into a dozen different languages, and reviewed in The New York Times was based on a writing prompt. Christopher's favorite prompt will challenge you to rethink s…
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As your tweens start to get curious about money, are you wondering how to have conversations about what it means, what it’s worth, and what it can do for them? In this special episode, I speak with Samantha Paxson. Sam is trying to raise her 11yo son, Finn, to be money-smart. I heard Sam talk about her son's burgeoning interest in investing (yes, a…
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Episode title and number: Seeing through the Myths: Debunking Common Misconceptions About Blindness 3 - #7 Brief summary of the show: Join our co-hosts for an informative and enlightening exploration of the misconceptions and stereotypes surrounding blindness. This thought-provoking conversation delves into the pervasive myths that often misinform …
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In this episode, I'm back with Julia Kramer, owner and proprietor of JFK Marketing, about all things marketing. She has over 15 years of experience in marketing, with a focus on product marketing, brand management, and content creation. Julia has achieved triple-digit growth for multiple companies across a diverse portfolio of businesses. Her track…
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Comic artist, writer, and animator Bryce Oquaye considers mentorship to be "the most important part" of his journey, whether he's receiving feedback from other creators or working with young people. "Because initially," he says, "I made what I made, and I shared it online, and that was helpful. But nothing helped me excel more than connecting with …
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Are you curious about strategies for setting your kids up for financial success from an early age? Chelsea Brennan, founder of Smart Money Mamas, is on a mission to help moms build meaningful wealth without the hustle. As an ex-hedge fund manager turned financial educator, Chelsea now invests in helping thousands of moms heal their money mindset to…
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In this episode, I'm back with season 1 guest star Lorie Burch, estate and probate attorney, and we talk about what happens to what happens to your assets when you pass away. Lorie owns a Dallas Law Firm that primarily deals with estate planning, which includes wills, trusts, powers of attorney, and probate. Burch Law has been awarded, three years …
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For New York Times bestselling author David Arnold, reading with intention is a kind of writing prompt. "I think the most important thing about reading a lot is letting yourself become a sponge and soak in the words and soak in the pacing and soak in the stories," he says. "But...occasionally let's look at the mechanics of it, and what is it about …
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Do you feel overwhelmed by the financial burden that comes with sending your kids to college? Ann Garcia has helped thousands of families -- including her own -- save millions of dollars on college. Ann is the managing partner of Independent Progressive Advisors, a fee-only financial advisor, and the author of How to Pay for College. She's a mom to…
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In this episode, I speak with Kristen Crisp about Feeding Faith, her non-profit Christian humanitarian mission in Guatemala. Feeding Faith is a Christian humanitarian organization that is focused on increasing the peace, energy, and faith in Jesus Christ through healing, feeding, building, moving, and caring for those in need both domestically and …
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In this episode, I'm back with Season 1 guest John Chester, and again we talk about the power of music and having a positive playlist. Ever wish you could somehow use all that music knowledge you’ve got in your head to somehow help the issues within your head? John believes this is a real possibility. The power of music is well known to those of us…
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