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Music

Steven Richardson

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I have been scratching scribe to script and burning tallow onto table in order to bring you a fabulously free A to Z of my musical ability.
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Audiobooks

Steven Richardson

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COME ON HAVE A LISTEN ITS FREE FANTASTIC OVER FORTY SHORT STORIES ABOUT VARYING SUBJECTS WRITTEN BY MY OWN HAND THEN NARRATED BY YOURS TRULY ENJOY. Written and narrated by Steven Richardson Art work by the brilliant Charles Robert Howe
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Financial Freedom Podcast

Steven J. Richardson, Esq.

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A semi-monthly podcast that brings you advice and interviews with experts on various important topics to help you make better and smarter financial decisions in order to improve or maintain your financial situation.
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Legal Warrior

Gary Richardson, Steven Hyslop

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Gary Richardson shares Decades worth of knowledge, experience, and stories of integrity in the Legal Industry. Gary is a Trial Attorney at Richardson Richardson Boudreaux in Tulsa, Oklahoma, the law firm he started in 1984. This Podcast is for you if you are interested in Furthering yourself as an attorney, learning more about the legal industry and some of its little known facts, or simply hearing the stories Gary Richardson has to tell.
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Rick N Backers. Is a Cumbria Band. This is a collection of our songs. Some pop soul rock and a smattering of Rock N Role. All linked together to the company of my voice. The Band. Rick Freel lead guitar vocal Dave Watson lead vocal. Guitarist. Sax. Dave Lacky rhythm guitar lead and acoustic guitar Sandra Wells Bass guitar. Richo Richardson drums precision vocal Recorded at beach street studios . Pod cast created at home out in the garden in the Sun. Cover art photo provided by Nahil Naseer o ...
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One of the biggest driving forces in people filing for bankruptcy is the dissolution of a marriage. Whether they need a bankruptcy to resolve financial issues in the course of a divorce, or need to clean up a financial mess created by a marriage that didn’t work out, people end up talking to a bankruptcy lawyer. This podcast works to answer those questions that arise when the bankruptcy is necessitated by a divorce, either by one spouse or jointly by both of them. Since questions also arise ...
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The Dream Catcher Podcast, hosted by Seline Shenoy, is for seekers and achievers looking for inspiration, advice, and tools to maximize their success and personal happiness. Founded in 2018, listening to this podcast will inspire you with mindsets, strategies, and actionable steps to take your life to the next level and open you to new ways of thinking and being. Seline Shenoy is an author, blogger, and podcaster. Her online community—The Dream Catcher—connects and encourages thousands of re ...
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Platypus Revenge is a free improvisation tribal experience based in NYC. Originally a sci-fi band started by Demian Richardson, David Moss and Rev John Henry Maiorino in June 2014. Regular members also include Ethan Dante Bello, Charly Couture, Ayumi Ishito, Lorin Roser and Steven Bartashev among others. The band eventually evolved into a loose collective of musicians who improvise alternate soundtracks to visually interesting and psycho-spiritually stimulating movies that are projected at o ...
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Welcome to D.U.Y.M (DRESS UP YOUR MENTALITY) THIS IS WHERE YOU COME TO HEAR DISCUSSIONS ON BUSINESS/HEALTH/CREATIVITY. WE WILL COVER SALES TACTICS, INVESTMENT STRATEGIES, BEST INTERVIEWING PRACTICES, HEALTH TRENDS AND MUCH MORE! EVERY WEEK WE WILL HAVE BUSINESS OWNERS, CAPITAL INVESTORS, ARTIST TO NAME A FEW ON THE SHOW AND DIVE IN. IT'S TIME TO DRESS UP YOUR MENTALITY !! Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/DUYM/support
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Safe Recovery- is a new show designed to address Predatory behavior in 12 step meetings, and it's culture. Join us to discuss new approaches in our world, our culture with alcohol and drug overuse. "Empowerment" not "Powerless" is our slogan. We will discuss and explore alternatives to AA. We want to support men and women who have written new books on healing from alcohol dependency/drug overuse. Alternative healing, both spiritual and secular to create our better selves is what we are all a ...
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The Bradeaux & Will Show

The Bradeaux & Will Show

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Houston natives Bradeaux and Will host The Bradeuax & Will Show, breaking down all things Houston Rockets basketball and various other topics with notable guests from Houston and the local media scene.
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Phil Rickaby is on a quest to learn as much about the Canadian theatre world as he can: Who are the people who work in theatre? What is unique about theatre communities across Canada? What is it like to be a theatremaker in Canada? What are the important issues the industry faces? Each week Phil talks to mainstream creators you may have heard of, or indie artists you should really know, all to find out what it takes to be…Stageworthy.
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The Hauenstein Center Collection

The Hauenstein Center at Grand Valley State University

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The Hauenstein Center is proud to introduce The Collection, an assortment of podcast episodes from different series. Off The Stage Podcast takes some of the brightest minds from various backgrounds and political ideologies off the stage to share the passion and curiosity behind their expertise and experiences, plus hear their answers to some fun questions asked by our listeners! The Rewind plays back different Hauenstein Center events, in audio form! gvsu.edu/hc/podcast
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A song I wrote about a honey trap set by the KGB in 1955 using seductive dances from the Bolshoi ballet a British naval attache with the nickname miss Mary was cought in a homo sovieticus sexpionage of seduction just a hairs breath from the world famous Ballet theatre the soft cell take down was nick named Brandy at the Bolshoi.…
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A living monument of mystery Robin Hoods oak is by far the most famous tree in all of ancient history , a thousand years of silent still sophistry , with all its empty holes and hollow the winter winds howl through her creating a mournful sound of sadness and sorrow.--- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/ravenheart/mes…
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Failure is often seen as something to be feared and avoided at all costs. However, based on innumerable success stories, it’s clear that embracing failure can work in our favor. Failure is not a destination but a stepping stone to higher ground. Each failure presents an opportunity for growth and self-reflection. From personal setbacks to professio…
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Original airdate: November 17, 2020 Spirituality, philosophy, and science were once intertwined, but they diverged over time. We’re returning to a time when Western medicine embraces the ancient healing arts. Medical doctors now regularly prescribe alternative therapies and energy medicines to their patients. But what is energy medicine, and how do…
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Greta has an almost impossible sales pitch she's to demand that the incredibly rich dumped that expensive pieces of kitsch , they fly to the cop out climate meetings in their lear jets and show not the slightest hesitation of any regrets, her gargantuan glitch is to try to move these people towards the green dream of a beggars itch, but these dinos…
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One of the things that many couples and individuals think about, know they need, and fully intend to get one day, is an estate plan. But what is it? Is it just a will? What can happen if you put it off too long? That's why in this episode of the podcast I talk with estate planning attorney Adam Zuckerman to get a good idea of what an estate plan is…
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A short story based on real-life events from my childhood. At the time, they felt terrifying, but now, looking back, they are a source of amusement for writing. Blue Bloods are, quite simply, mad! They treat normal reality as an inconvenient triviality, with no regard for rules. The rest of us mere mortals are kept around as mere extras, adding to …
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Objectifying people in relationships means treating them as objects rather than human beings —viewing them as a means to an end without any feelings or regard for their well-being. Objectification not only hurts people but also erodes the foundation of any meaningful relationship. Learn the signs of objectifying someone and how to stop doing it so …
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The human species is evolving into a new phase in which we retreat from external power based on what we perceive with our senses and towards embracing internal power based on our spiritual identity. My guest, Gary Zukav, says that each of us can be part of this evolution and become the authority in our own lives when we embrace certain values of th…
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Today I’m talking to Marilyn Wright with Premier Sotheby’s International Realty in Asheville, North Carolina. Marilyn is a trailblazer in a market often overlooked for its luxury potential, and she has set unparalleled records, including being the first and only agent to sell over $100 million in Western North Carolina. Marilyn shares her incredibl…
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Intellectual humility is a mindset that guides our intellectual conduct. It makes us aware that we do not have all the answers and that our beliefs and viewpoints may be imperfect. Many people lack this understanding of ‘knowing what they don’t know’, which can lead to poor decisions and disharmony in their relationships. Discover the benefits and …
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Original airdate: March 22, 2022 Native Americans have lived in North America for over 13,000 years. Today, over 500 tribes celebrate their heritage. Their culture is rich in tradition and spiritual beliefs. Traditional healing treatments such as herbal remedies, allopathic medications, smudging, and others are integral to promoting health within N…
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Peter Pan Syndrome is a psychological condition characterized by an unwillingness or inability to mature and assume adult responsibilities. While occasional childlike qualities are normal and even healthy, people with this syndrome consistently behave in ways that hinder their personal and professional development. Whether it’s you or someone you k…
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Today I'm talking to John Richardson, a top real estate agent with ONE Sotheby's International Realty in Ponte Vedra and Northeast Florida and a coaching client with BreakthroughLuxury. John got his real estate license less than 3 years ago. Today his sales are in the tens of millions annually. His average sales price is close to $1,500,000, 6 time…
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Thirty years ago climbing aboard over night sleeper trains could turn into a complete disaster the vodka to Vladivostok the dickie Darlington the newkie brown night club, the Scots rail slangie, all these or most of them are now dry runs probably due to the terrible conditions people got themselves in. A notorious one I climbed onboard was the Sout…
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Your purpose is why you wake up in the morning feeling eager to start the day. It’s more than a job. It’s what drives you and connects you to everyone and everything. We all have a natural need for purpose—a feeling that we know our place and what we can offer the world. But finding our purpose is not always simple and straightforward. I invited Am…
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One of the more mystifying subjects in personal finance is cryptocurrency (what most people identify as Bitcoin). The concepts behind digital currency are not obvious and can lead to people being hesitant to get involved in it. That's why in this episode of the podcast I talk to former truck driver and cryptocurrency enthusiast Bitcoin Ben to tell …
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Race and ethnicity are often used interchangeably, but they hold distinct meanings. People's rich and varied backgrounds contribute to the vibrant tapestry of global culture, molding traditions, customs, and artistic expressions. Knowing the difference between race and ethnicity and where they overlap is essential for celebrating diversity and crea…
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Original airdate: October 4, 2022 Presence is known as many things: owning the room, commanding attention, and gravitas—basically, when you speak, people pay attention to you and listen. This quality can give you a distinct advantage and determine your success in work and life. Fortunately, the “it” factor is not elusive and can be learned. If your…
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Today I'm talking to Dean Jones, Founder, Owner, and CEO of Realogics Sotheby's International Realty. Dean’s former development firm, T. Jones, Inc., was nationally recognized as the "Development Firm of the Year" by the Pillars of Industry in 2001. In 2003, the National Association of Home Builders named Dean "Marketing Director of the Year." Upon…
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Mastering the art of prioritization is crucial in today's fast-paced world. It holds the key to unlocking one's productivity potential and managing one's time and energy effectively. While prioritization is an effective tool for increasing productivity, many people struggle to apply it because of the tasks, responsibilities, and distractions compet…
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It has been estimated that the average person will spend one-third of their life at work. That's roughly 90,000 hours at work over your lifetime. Given the time we'll spend at work, making it as fulfilling as possible makes sense. My guest, Amina AlTai, believes we can achieve that by infusing passion into what we do and creating a work-life balanc…
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The green-eyed monster of sin, that schadenfreude which we keep hidden away so deep within, its usually only seen in children as they exert their will to win ; the lowly leftover instinct of our anthropic ascension. However, this terrible traite can also be witnessed later in our lives when males begin to assert and dominate as the sexual stage arr…
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Today I’m talking to Amanda Howard, The Amanda Howard of Amanda Howard Sotheby’s International Realty of Huntsville Alabama. Not only is it not supposed to be impossible to get your name on a Sotheby’s International Realty Affiliate Office, it’s not supposed to be possible to be the top agent year one in any market. It’s especially not supposed to …
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For my 100th episode, I did a look back on 9 of those guests and highlighted some of the great information they had for listeners. Now that I have reached the milestone of 200 episodes I wanted to do that again with guests from Episodes 101 forward. I will leave links in the show notes to the full episodes if you haven’t already listened to them an…
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Being in a relationship with emotionally immature people can be draining and frustrating. Their inability to regulate their own feelings and understand the emotions of those around them can break down communication and harmony in the connection. Recognizing the signs of emotional immaturity is essential for understanding and managing relationships …
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This is a short humorous story based upon a complete fantasy of my imagination which I narrated straight brain to speech in loose improvised sketch based upon the scenario of a nuclear apocalypse which had been orchestrated by an rogue AI robot . The only organisms left alive are a huge golden carp called Godfrey ,which is being artificially kept a…
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Original airdate: October 5, 2021 Throughout our lifetime, our hearts are tested by adversity, but during those experiences, we’re broken up by love and beauty. Nature and our community can be instrumental in awakening our sense of wonder and the sacred treasure of being alive. My guest, Terry Helwig, will share these truths with us today based on …
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A song about falling into destitution especially soldiers and sailors who you find in the beggars brigade of most British towns. How easy it be to cast contempt , lest we forget our debt.I also had a spell living on the street so when I here others throwing stones I cast them a curse.It's a Witherspoon's Waterloo…
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Today I’m talking to Robbie Briggs, Founder and former CEO of the top luxury brokerage in Dallas Texas, Briggs Sotheby’s International Realty. Robbie walks us, with full transparency, through his journey to the top where he remained steadily for a few decades until a sudden near crash. The near crash that was reality for Robbie is one that remains …
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The lottery mentality is a limiting belief that suggests success and abundance are solely based on luck or chance rather than on hard work, perseverance, and a mindset of abundance. In a world where instant gratification and the allure of overnight success are constantly promoted, it's easy to fall into a lottery mentality bias. Find out how to bre…
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