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The5 takes listeners through five essential functions of our guests roles within nonprofits providing an educational and entertaining journey. As NMBL Strategies celebrates our five year anniversary we do so by sharing experience and lessons learned from the many individuals shaping nonprofits across the country.
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From the Genesis Communications Network: The Paracast is a paranormal radio show that takes you on a journey to a world beyond science, where UFOs, poltergeists and strange phenomena of all kinds have been reported by millions. The Paracast seeks to shed light on the mysteries and complexities of our Universe and the secrets that surround us in our everyday lives. Join long-time paranormal writer and researcher Gene Steinberg, a team of knowledgeable guest cohosts, and a panel of special gue ...
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Gene and cohost Tim Swartz present the all-encompassing views of Dr. Thomas F. Lawson, a psychologist and original thinker who has done extensive research into the ontology and history of super ancient Egypt and how all of its structures/temples/pyramids are part of a “Messianic/Mashiach Plan,” now culminating and which, he says, will create a “new…
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Todd Hovermale joins The5 to talk about Building Effective Relationships. Critical to every nonprofit leader, Building Effective Relationships should be a focus for both internal and external constituents, both up and down your organization from your board to your volunteers. Todd Hovermale has had a long career in banking, an industry critical to …
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Gene and cohost Tim Swartz present Dr. Simon Young, a British folklore historian based in Italy. He has written extensively on the nineteenth-century supernatural. His book Magical Folk: British & Irish Fairies, came out in 2017.The Boggart (from Exeter University Press) and The Nail in the Skull and Other Victorian Urban Legends (from Mississippi …
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Zac Harmon, CFO of the World Affairs Council Dallas Fort Worth and award winning musician, joins The5 to talk about Juggling Two Professional Careers. Zac talks through his history balancing an incredible international music career with his accounting career that transitioned into nonprofit leadership. Leading a nonprofit is a lot of work, add in a…
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Gene and cohost Tim Swartz remember one of the key figures of the early UFO field, as we interview Linda C. Powell, news editor for The Anomalist. She is the author of “Against the Odds: Major Donald E. Keyhoe and His Battle to End UFO Secrecy: A Biography.” In UFO lore, one man is largely responsible for the twin pillars of current belief: that UF…
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A main focus of this episode is Bigfoot as Gene and cohost Tim Swartz present Greg Ogles, who got into investigating Bigfoot in 2013 and is the founder of the Alabama Bigfoot Society. Initially he just wanted a diversion in his life as his profession can be quite stressful. Greg has hunted and fished all of his life so being in the woods in remote …
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Jackie Dace, Executive Director of St. Louis Artworks, joins The5 to talk about Stable Income and Budgeting. Jackie leads listeners through her own significant experience with museums and nonprofits and working through balancing long term budgeting with funding that only provides for the short term. Jacqueline K. Dace is the Executive Director with…
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Gene and cohost Tim Swartz present best-selling author W.T. Watson, a coffee addict and writer of both fiction and non-fiction. He infuses his work with his expertise in cryptozoology, monster lore, magic, Forteana and the paranormal. W.T. brings a unique shamanic and magical perspective to all of his work after over 30 years of exploration in thes…
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Gene and cohost Tim Swartz present "Captain" Ron Janix, a fellow who has been immersed in the UFO/paranormal community for many years. During this episode, he'll talk in detail about the state of UFO research, especially the most recent issues regarding the Pentagon's various investigative projects. Through reading and listening to experts, working…
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Wendell Covington, Founding Executive Director of the VP Community Impact Foundation, joins The5 to talk about Removing the Scarcity Mindset. In Wendell's current role he partners with nonprofits across the St. Louis community enhancing their efforts through providing volunteers, coaching, board members, and funding. Through his significant experie…
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As The Paracast begins its 19th year, Gene and cohost Tim Swartz present Peter Robbins, an investigative writer, author and lecturer best known for his books, columns, articles, radio commentaries, interviews and conference talks about UFOs. He has appeared as a guest on and been consultant to numerous television programs and documentaries. Robbins…
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Adam Davis, Senior Vice President of Planning and Capacity Building at Arts Consulting Group, joins The5 to talk about Facilities & Operations Planning. Facilities & Operations Planning is critical to organizations as they look towards their future and build their foundation. Adam comes at these plans from his significant background in arts & theat…
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Gene and cohost Tim Swartz present a return visit from the one and only Joshua Cutchin, a long-time favorite of listeners to The Paracast. He is an author, musician, husband, father, who has appeared on a wide variety of paranormal programs discussing his work, including the hit History Channel television show “Ancient Aliens.” He is the author of …
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The5 with Eric Moraczewski welcomes Kyle Ogden, President & CEO of The Thanks-Giving Foundation. Kyle joins The5 to talk about Building a Profoundly Caring Community. Something most, if not all, nonprofits are focused on but maybe aren't always aware of. Kyle talks about being intentional with gratitude and caring, as well as the Foundation's five …
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Gene and cohost Tim Swartz welcome back Hercules Invictus. A Lemnian Greek, he’s a proud descendant of Argonauts and Amazons. He is openly Olympian in his spirituality and worldview, dedicated to living the Mythic Life and has been exploring the fringes of our reality throughout his entire earthly sojourn. In this episode, Hercules pontificates abo…
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Tom Etling, Managing Partner of Etling Strategy Partners (ESP), joins The5 to talk about Brand Strategy Management. Tom talks about how a nonprofit can and should utilize their brand strategy to maximize their impact on the community. ESP’s model is the product of more than 25 years of client-side and agency CEO, COO and CMO leadership and learning…
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Gene and cohost Tim Swartz present an entertaining pop culture look at "B" movies and movie serials with Brian Walker, creator and webmaster of Brian’s Drive-In Theater. He's been keeping memories of drive-in films and their stars alive since February 1, 1998. His love of films began in childhood with his first Super 8mm projector given to him by h…
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Ron Watermon, Founder, Owner, and CEO of STORYSMART, joins The5 to talk about Documentary Filmmaking for Nonprofits. In this talk Ron gets into how to own your channels and enhance your nonprofit through storytelling with a touch of stories from Bacon Wrapped Hot Dogs, Lou Brock, and Blues Music. Ron Watermon is the founder, owner and CEO of STORYS…
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Gene and cohost Tim Swartz present another appearance from Keith Linder, who relates an extraordinary range of incredible paranormal experiences beginning in 2012. At the time, he and his girlfriend, Tina, moved into a house in the suburb of Seattle. The bizarre phenomena they witnessed would change their lives forever. The extreme ghostly activity…
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Derek Ozkal is a Senior Program Officer at the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation. Derek joins The5 to discuss AI for Nonprofits. This engaging session takes us through a number of topics getting into understanding AI, preparing for the future, and even weaving in brief mentions of Taylor Swift and Skynet. Derek Ozkal is a senior program officer at t…
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Gene and cohost Tim Swartz present Brian Young — our resident skeptic — who makes a return visit to The Paracast to talk about Albert K. Bender, a curious character who became prominent in the early days of the modern UFO era and his experiences with the mysterious Men In Black. And what about their influence on UFO research and pop culture? Indeed…
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Michael Shepherd, Managing Partner of The Shepherd Group, joins The5 to talk about Public Relations for Nonprofits. Public Relations often gets overlooked by nonprofits as they focus on their mission, but building awareness of the brand is critical for both mission and donations. Hear from Michael on critical points that a nonprofit should consider…
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Gene and cohost Tim Swartz feature Chris Evers, owner and editor of Outer Limits Magazine a six times a year online publication dedicated to the paranormal world which we live in. He has had an interest in the UFO subject since his own strange experience in 1974. He is author of “THE SHAPE OF THINGS TO COME From Elsewhere:” Unidentified Flying Obje…
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Dion Brown, Executive Director/Acting President of the National Museum of African American Music (NMAAM), joins The5 to talk about Transitional Leadership. Transitional Leadership is quite different than operating day-to-day, status quo and having the right insights and path to success is critical. Dion walks listeners through The5 key steps to suc…
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Gene and cohost Tim Swartz present Lee Vander Boegh, an Emmy Award winning freelance writer, reporter and filmmaker based in Boise, Idaho. He spent nearly a decade at a local TV news station, where he helped produce "Ida-Haunts," a series of paranormal news stories (the promos he created for this series earned him two Emmys). The main focus of this…
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Michael Friebele, Associate Principal at Perkins Eastman, joins The5 to talk about Designing Your Nonprofit. Michael gets into basic design principles a nonprofit should apply to their process whether they are working through new architecture, a new website, or new logo, or any other piece that requires design. Ultimately, as Michael discusses desi…
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And now for something completely different: Gene and cohost Tim Swartz present Christina Ward, an author, editor, and seeker. She is also the Vice President and Editor of Feral House, a publisher noted for their books on outré topics. The main topic of discussion is her book, "Holy Food: How Cults, Communes, and New Religious Movements Influenced W…
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Kristen Sorth, Director of the St. Louis County Library, joins The5 to talk about Partnerships. Kristen uses her years of experience partnering with various organizations across the St. Louis region to discuss how partnerships have evolved and how new partners are developed. Kristen Sorth has been the Director of the St. Louis County Library for th…
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Gene and cohost Tim Swartz present Mark Christopher Lee, a singer-songwriter in the cult indie band The Pocket Gods since 1998. As a filmmaker, he presents “God Vs. Aliens,” which looks into whether life as we know and perceive it is just a simulation designed and controlled by extra terrestrials for some unknown purpose. This theory would then mak…
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Steve Manno joins The5 in his role as Principal & Managing Director of CCS Fundraising to discuss the Core Pillars of Philanthropy via Capital Campaigns. Steve's insights from years of experience and countless capital campaigns provides a benefit to listeners whether they are in the midst of a capital campaign or just need some insights to benefit …
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Muriel Smith is the Executive Director of the St. Louis Area Diaper Bank. She joins The5 as our first guest and shares a topic of personal importance to her, Being Your Authentic Self as a Leader. This topic plays a roll for any individual in a leadership role and can be a difficult practice to master. Hear from Muriel on her 5 key aspects to becom…
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Gene and cohost Tim Swartz present author, producer, writer, lecturer, broadcaster, musician and artist Mark Olly, author of “Europe’s Roswell — 40 Years Since Impact.” This book contains detailed first-hand accounts of those involved, the best images of the crash debris available to date, up-dates from those same sources, how and where the origina…
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Gene and cohost Tim Swartz present an encore appearance by paranormal researcher Maxim W. Furek, whose eclectic background includes aspects of psychology, addictions, and rock journalism. He has a master’s degree in Communications from Bloomsburg University and a bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Aquinas College. The main focus of this episode i…
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Gene and cohost Tim Swartz present a thought-provoking episode featuring Richard Thieme. He is an author/professional speaker who addresses challenges posed by new technologies, how to redesign ourselves to meet these challenges, and creativity in response to radical change. His speaking addresses “the human in the machine,” technology-related secu…
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We feature a special UFO Roundtable, featuring cohosts Curt Collins and Tim Swartz. The list of topics includes UFO research updates, the influence of pop culture on the phenomenon, faulty memories of reported UFO crashes such as Roswell, and remembrances of the late Tim Beckley, known to some as "Mr. UFO." Curt is the author behind Blue Blurry Lin…
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