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Best Scott Higby podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Scott Higby podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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Coach Bill Hart explores the idea of being "All In" based on his interviews with US Military Special Operations warriors (US Navy SEALS, Army Rangers and a Top Gun Instructor), Coach Bill Hart realized that the idea of being “All In” was SO much bigger than he had previously thought. To that end, Coach Bill indicates that he now feels a responsibility to share examples from any and all walks of life to encourage each and every one of us to dig deeper to be the best version of ourselves that ...
 
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How do you compete against a large company with deep pockets? Our guest in this episode is Enrique Braunschweiger with First West Financial. As an independent mortgage professional in Palm Springs CA, he noticed two things. First, buyers have direct access to the same tools as mortgage and real estate professionals. So they can now do many aspects …
 
On this podcast we had the pleasure of chatting with Troy Johnson. Troy is a writer, television personality and commentator on the San Diego food community. We discuss how the pandemic has affected restaurants. What will San Diego dining look like in the future? Will it be dominated by large chains? How many small eateries will survive to serve the…
 
In this episode of All In with Coach Bill Hart, we talk with Khai McBride, Bill's longtime friend and business coach to mortgage professionals and other entrepreneurs. Khai discusses 4 stages of an entrepreneurial business- infancy, adolescent, adult, and mature, and reviews the essential skills of each. He offers some great info on processes, and …
 
In this episode we interview Hannah Gbeh who is the executive director of the San Diego Farm Bureau. Hannah is and environmental scientist, teacher, researcher, farm owner and mother of three (among many other accomplishments). We talk with Hannah about small farms, women farmers, innovation, the high cost of land and water in San Diego County, ove…
 
Today we talk with Dr. Drew Lawson, an ER physician and also a coach for Building Champions, working with doctors in their medical practices. Drew shares his observations from the front lines of this pandemic, and offers facts, strategies, and comfort. Bill Hart is a coach at Building Champions in Lake Oswego Oregon. He is also the author of the bo…
 
On this episode, Trish Watlington and I talk about the effects of the pandemic on our local San Diego food industry, and ways to keep healthy, nutritious food on our tables. How are our local restaurants, farmers and fishermen adapting to the restrictions in place right now? What is the way ahead for them when things get “back to normal?” What will…
 
"Folks woke up in a fight they didn't ask for." Our guest today is Casey Crawford, head of Movement Mortgage. Casey is no stranger to adversity. After his career as an NFL player, he entered the real estate business, investing his NFL savings into his new venture. A month later, October 2008, the market crashed. In this episode, we discuss dealing …
 
Can you see opportunity in your current situation? Can you find a way to run with it? In this episode, we talk with Dave Savage, founder of MortgageCoach, the premiere technology platform and community for the mortgage industry. Today we go back and discuss how young Dave came to embrace technology and tools allowing for alternate learning modaliti…
 
Are you addicted to your attitude? Well, fasten your seat belt. This episode is a wild ride. Our guest Glenn Bill is a high-performance speaker specializing in positivity and attitude. He will share ways that you can turn the current times into your best years ever. To follow Glenn Bill: Facebook: www.facebook.com/glennjbill Website: www.glennbill.…
 
Bob Goff is a New York Times bestselling author. His books "Love Does" and "Everybody Always" are thought provoking and hilarious. Bob has faced down witch doctors in Uganda, is building a girls' school in the center of Taliban-controlled Afghanistan, and has just begun construction of a retreat facility in the mountains outside San Diego "for peop…
 
In this special episode of Roots and Wings: Voices of Independent Schools, we are delighted to feature Donna Orem, President of the National Association of Independent Schools. The National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS) is a nonprofit membership association that provides services to more than 1,800 schools and associations of schools in…
 
In this episode we meet Fred Burton, Chief Security Officer for Stratfor Worldview, an organization specializing in national and international security. As a counterterrorism agent with the US State Department, Fred was tasked with the rescue of CIA station chief Bill Buckley, who had been kidnapped in Beirut by Hezbollah. Fred is author of the boo…
 
Have you ever finished your day and realized you were so busy reacting to other people's crises, that you never got around to accomplishing YOUR most important priorities for the day? Todd Bookspan ran a high producing mortgage operation and developed strategies to take back his day. Later as a Building Champions coach, he shared these techniques, …
 
Less than 50% of military personnel and veterans who experience invisible wounds receive care, compared to 83% who have visible wounds. Kelly Kirkland wants to change that. She works tirelessly as CEO of Boot Campaign. Their comprehensive health and wellness program targets the big five invisible wounds: PTSD, traumatic brain injury, chronic pain, …
 
On this episode of our podcast, my co-host, farmer Trish Watlington, producer Scott Higby, and I head to Wild Willow Farm and Education Center. Our guide was farm manager Cat Henning. Wild Willow Farm is a vibrant working farm located on five acres of land, three miles from the ocean and less than a mile from the Mexican border. We learned about th…
 
Ryan Grant says that home ownership is an art. As the largest asset (or debt) that most people acquire, a home needs to be dealt with intelligently over the long term. He offers his clients his "Mastering the Art of Home Ownership" products and services which help them manage their assets and financial future. Find out how in this episode of All In…
 
After 20 years in water management, Mike "Muddy" Schlegel had a lightbulb moment in a workshop when he realized he was a visual thinker, and decided to develop his natural learning style into the art of visual storytelling. He is now often seen at a giant whiteboard at keynote events, creating such great storyboards that attendees capture his creat…
 
What if there was a book with the same name as your podcast? You're about to find out. In this episode, Coach Bill chats with Adrian Gostic and Chester Elton, author of the book "All In- How the Best Managers Create a Culture of Belief and Drive Big Results." Link to "All In- How the Best Managers Create a Culture of Belief and Drive Big Results" L…
 
Jay O'Brien, who described himself as the anti-realtor, decided on a unique approach to his real estate business. He stopped all cold marketing, and began treating his family like royalty. He fine tuned the process and packaged it through his company ClientGiant.com. Jay offers some secrets here, and others on his YouTube videos: Delivering 7-Star …
 
If you're listening to this podcast, you're probably involved with social media. And if you're an entrepreneur, you probably wish you could own your traffic rather than just giving it all away to Facebook, Instagram, or LinkedIn. Today's guest will give you some great tips on reaping the benefit of your online connections. Enjoy! You can find more …
 
How does Superman go back to being Clark Kent? John Sterling has is devoting his life to helping in this journey. He enlisted in the Army at age 40, and has been helping both vets and pro athletes to transition back into civilian life. John is the head of the Atlanta chapter of "Merging Vets and Players" (MVP). To help, visit MVP at https://www.vet…
 
On this episode, we talk with Ellen Goodwin, facilitator of Dive Bar of the Month Club. Dive Bar of the Month is designed with only two purposes in mind: to bring like minded Dive Bar lovers together and to have fun. They succeed in both of those goals. San Diego is home to some great Dive Bars and it's time each of them was checked out and enjoyed…
 
In the words of Brendan Schneider, “I began as the Director of Admission & Financial Aid at Sewickley Academy in the Summer of 2008. In October of 2008, the stock market crashed, and our interest indicators (inquiries, applications, and visits) seemed to be a one month trailing average of the stock market. What were we going to do? We initially ran…
 
Lisa Lau Aquino is a proud graduate and parent of an alumna of The Hamlin School. She attended Lowell High School and U.C. Berkeley, and has done graduate work in Multicultural Education at University of San Francisco. Ms. Aquino has taught primarily Science and Health at The Hamlin School for 16 years prior to becoming the Director of Admission in…
 
In July of 2014, Peter Anderson began his work as Director of Enrollment Management at Episcopal Academy in Philadelphia, PA. Mr. Anderson secured his undergraduate degree from Middlebury College and his MBA from New York University’s Stern School of Business. Following his work as an Institutional Derivatives Broker for Gottex Financial Services i…
 
Improving financial sustainability, recruitment and retention, and parent satisfaction using data is the goal of the company, Measuring Success. In his independent school work, Dr. Bloom has developed and implemented a number of marquee programs, including the Atidenu Recruitment and Retention program, the Recruitment and Retention Academy, the Gov…
 
Dr. Amy Parish is a Biological Anthropologist, Primatologist, and Darwinian Feminist. She has taught at the University of Southern California in the Gender Studies and Anthropology departments since 1999. She is recognized as being a world leading expert in bonobo studies. Parish completed an undergraduate degree at the University of Michigan in 19…
 
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