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Join me on my first adventure into the magical world of content creating. This podcast is a plate of motivational goodness that brings you joy on a rainy day. Hop along and join me opening my own business! Taking the leap and trade cryptocurrency, NFT's and stocks . Talk about things that happened and give tips on the way. Experience a journey around the Maritimes. Including food and travel blog.
 
The DTALKS Podcast is a parenting podcast where you can "detox" from the world and get a window into how other people live their lives. Our guests are parents and non-parents alike but each of them have a unique story and journey which will empower you to live your life to the fullest and help your children be better than we are. Come detox with DTALKS.
 
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In this episode, I talk about how I started my own business here in New Brunswick, Canada. To get into more details , Ill be explaining the first steps you need to do to register your business. Also, Ill briefly explain what sole proprietorship is and the difference between incorporation. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/dtalkspodcast…
 
Figuring out what to do with your brand and dominate a niche market that your in. These days, its hard to come up with an idea to help your brand out . Choosing what to post or what to write. If that is you, listen to this episode of me talking about my niche market and how I dominated the sector with a simple business strategy in my local communit…
 
On this special 200th edition of the podcast(!) Joe talks to actor Billy Campbell about his career. Joe and Billy discuss the role that started it all: The Rocketeer! They also discuss his work on Bram Stoker's Dracula, as well as his latest project "Cardinal". We want to thank Billy for being our guest on this special edition of the podcast, and h…
 
In this episode of the podcast Joe welcomes back former guest and great friend Rebekah Kennedy to the podcast! Rebekah stopped by the show to discuss her latest movie: Los Angeles, and specifically her character 'Jojo' in the film. What transpires is a spoiler-free in-depth look at Jojo in the film, what the process was like for Rebekah, and a brie…
 
In this episode of the podcast Joe provides you with an extra special "rewind" edition of the podcast. Instead of providing a "Best of" episode or replaying an older episode again, we bring you a previous episode of a different podcast, The Art of Conversation Joe was a guest on this podcast back in March of 2019. Joe and former DTALKS guest Art Ed…
 
In this episode of the podcast Joe provides you with an extra special "rewind" edition of the podcast. Instead of providing a "Best of" episode or replaying an older episode again, we bring you a previous episode of a different podcast, Hellbound. Joe was a guest on this podcast back in June of this year. Joe and former DTALKS guest Lara Whitley di…
 
In this episode of the podcast Joe talks to Author, podcast host, and all around amazing human Amy Newmark! She details the history of the Chicken Soup franchise, how she has continued to connect people with stories that make you feel good, and promotes a few upcoming projects. Stories connect us to one another and are a vital part of making a more…
 
Welcome back! Unfortunately we had to take about an unexpected month off. However, we are back just in time for a very timely Halloween-themed episode featuring the wonderfully spooky author Ally Malinenko. Joe and Ally discuss her incredible novel "Ghost Girl", her upcoming book "This Appearing House", and a few other fun Halloween items. Enjoy! A…
 
In this episode of the podcast Joe welcomes back Rajani LaRocca to the show to discuss her latest books "My Little Golden Book About Kamal Harris" & "The Secret Code Inside You". Joe and Rajani discuss the power of education and representation in children's literature and what she hopes kids take away from her latest releases. Enjoy! About Rajani L…
 
On this episode of the podcast Joe talks to George Lee aka The Conscious Lee. Lee and Joe discuss the importance of education in today's world, how to motivate people to make the change they seek, and ultimately how we can all make a more inclusive world. Enjoy! About The Conscious Lee Having grown up in the small town of Bryan, Texas, George’s per…
 
In this episode of the podcast Joe talks to author Chris Baron about the art of writing. Joe and Chris discuss his latest releases, the importance of instilling a love of reading within our kids, and ultimately why Chris writes. It's a fantastic conversation I know you're going to enjoy, cannot wait for Chris to come back on the show! About Chris B…
 
In this episode of the podcast Joe welcomes NY Times Bestselling Author Lauren Tarshis to the podcast. Joe and Lauren discuss her famous "I Survived" books, the importance of reading to and with your kids, as well as how to stay focused in these uncertain times. It's a great episode I know you'll enjoy! About Lauren Tarshis LAUREN TARSHIS’ New York…
 
In this episode of the podcast Joe welcomes back WFAA & Dallas' own Dale Hansen. Dale recently announced he was retiring after more than 38 years in broadcasting! Dale discusses his background coming to Dallas, some of his favorite moments over the years, and what he hopes his legacy is. We thank Dale for coming on the show over the years and wish …
 
In this episode of the podcast Joe welcomes Cat H. Bradley to the podcast. Cat is the host of the fantastic "We admitted: the recovering us project" podcast and stops by the show to discuss a whole range of topics. Joe & Cat discuss goodness, our relationship with the world, and how we fully live in our own individual truth. It's a great episode th…
 
In this episode of the podcast Joe provides you with an extra special "rewind" edition of the podcast. Instead of providing a "Best of" episode or replaying an older episode again, we bring you a previous episode of a different podcast, This is Parenting. Joe was a guest on this podcast back in June, 2019. Joe was fortunate enough to be a guest on …
 
In this episode of the podcast Joe talks to world famous author Heidi Murkoff. They discuss her book "What to Expect When You're Expecting", how she has grown her brand from one book to an entire "What to Expect" brand, and the current focus on #BumpDay Enjoy! About Heidi Murkoff It all started with a baby and a book. Heidi Murkoff conceived the id…
 
In this episode of the podcast Joe talks to fabulous playwright Jeremy O'Brian. Joe and Jeremy discuss the art of living, what works Jeremy is currently focused on, and how to leave the world a better place. Enjoy! About Jeremy O'Brian O’Brian is a Mississippi-born, Brooklyn-based playwright and educator. His visceral and imaginative plays seek to …
 
In this episode of the podcast Joe talks to Dr. Deborah Pope about the Ezra Jack Keats Foundation, the EJK Awards, an upcoming documentary, and the importance of representation in children's literature. Specifically representation in books that 'celebrate childhood'. Enjoy! About Dr. Deborah Pope During her tenure as Executive Director, Deborah Pop…
 
In this episode of the podcast Joe talks to Eric & Julia Lewald responsible for showrunning (either collectively or individually) X-Men: The Animated Series back in the 90's. This series was groundbreaking for it's storytelling style, it's artistic design, and how it laid the foundation for the current Superhero boom we're in the midst of today. En…
 
. In this episode of the podcast Joe welcomes Brianna Wu to the show. Joe and Brianna discuss the current political climate heading into the mid-terms, Brianna's previous involvement in the infamous 2014 'Gamergate' controversy, and our biases in Video Games. It's a fascinating conversation you're not going to want to miss. To quickly and easily le…
 
In this episode of the podcast Joe provides you with an extra special "rewind" edition of the podcast. Instead of providing a "Best of" episode or replaying an older episode again, we bring you a previous episode of a different podcast, Tha Reality Is. Joe was a guest on this podcast back in February, 2018. Joe has guested a few different times on …
 
In this episode of the podcast Joe welcomes back former guest Jordan Shapiro to discuss his latest book: "Father Figure: How to be a Feminist Dad". Joe and Jordan discuss our old patriarchal way of viewing the world, how systems we've become accustomed to are hurting the progress we're trying to make, and how we can start to build a better world fo…
 
In this episode of the podcast Joe talks to actor Matt Pascua about the various communities he has in his life and the support each of them provide. On the cusp of Pride Month 2021 Matt talks about the important role the LGBTQ+ community has played in his life. We also discuss the theatre community and our own social community of friends/family. As…
 
In this episode of the podcast Joe welcomes the amazingly talented Liz Climo on the podcast to discuss her latest book "You're Dad". Joe and Liz discuss her background as a cartoonist, her long-tenured work on The Simpsons, and how branching out on her own has lead to incredible opportunities. Enjoy! For more information or to buy "You're Dad" clic…
 
In this episode of the podcast Joe welcomes back former guest, Scott Jeffrey Miller to discuss his latest book "Marketing Mess to Brand Success". Joe and Scott discuss the journey from Scott's last book (Management Mess to Leadership Success) to this one, how this book is about leadership more than marketing, and what advice he gives all listeners …
 
In this episode of the podcast Joe talks to Kyle Gordon, founder of Dillas! Joe and Kyle discuss the origin story for this unique Quesadillas-focused restaurant, Kyle's entrepreneurship background, and how his company has adapted in the era of COVID, and how they're pivoting in 2021. Kyle also points out that he wanted to ensure Dillas was "the com…
 
This episode of the podcast is LIVE, Instagram Live to be specific. In fact, former guest of the podcast Nick North, and his wife Katherine joined Joe on an Instagram Live to discuss all the behind-the-scenes details of their newest TV Show - Life Under Renovation. Enjoy this special edition of the podcast and be sure to check out a new episode of …
 
In this special episode of the podcast Joe talks to his good friend Nate Cole about his latest album "I Will Guard Your Broken Bones." Joe and Nate discuss what it was like making a record entirely in quarantine, what themes are present throughout the record, and what Nate hopes folks get out of the record. Joe and Nate also discuss other topics wh…
 
In this episode of the podcast Joe talks to author/illustrator/cartoonist Dana Simpson about her entire body of work AND life in ~45 minutes! Seriously though, Dana Simpson is an incredible person who created the type of cartoon she wanted to read and it has spawned into an amazing project known as "Phoebe and Her Unicorn". Dana and Joe dig into he…
 
In this episode, with your host Dan! We talk about the needs of content creation. People today ask me what it takes to be a content creator...honestly nothing. Only passion and a mindset to continue and do what you love. Everyone is always worried about the other side of the fence and there will always be one. It, not the green side that matters, i…
 
In this episode of the podcast Joe talks to both author Megan Wagner Lloyd and illustrator Michelle Mee about their fantastic book Allergic. Joe digs into details about the book, compares his youth to that of Maggie in the book while both Megan & Michelle provide outstanding advice to any aspiring authors/illustrators. It was a fantastic conversati…
 
In this episode of the podcast Joe welcomes good friend and fabulous author Jessica Lahey back to the podcast to discuss her latest book "The Addiction Inoculation." Joe and Jessica get into a great discussion about this book, Jess' own struggles with addiction, and how you can lay the groundwork, now, to help your kids with any future problems. En…
 
Rajani LaRocca believes that promoting diversity in children’s literature leads to empathy, and empathy makes the world a better place. She writes middle grade novels and picture books. Some of her books reflect her experiences as an immigrant, book nerd, and foodie; some explain medical topics to kids. And some are just ideas that pop into her hea…
 
Should I be a creator? The question is, why haven't you started yet? We talk about how today is the right time to become a creator online. With the most technology the earth has ever had, we can work from anywhere with the click of a button. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/dtalkspodcast/message…
 
Do you have creator fog? That's okay, cause most people do experience creator fog and don't even know it's happening. We're going to talk about how creator fog happens and how to get rid of it. Don't let it make you quit. Try this first! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/dtalkspodcast/message…
 
Nick Silvestri is a brilliant fashion designer/artist who has been a very close friend now for a few years. He has sponsored the show for awhile now and is FINALLY coming on The DTALKS Podcast to share how he built Snuffy! In this episode we talk about art, fashion design, the origins of Snuffy, and even share some personal anecdotes. It's a very f…
 
Just wanted to give a little insight on becoming an influencer online, and why you shouldn't be afraid to start. If not now, when? This is the Era of Technology and Online Presence. With all that we have in this world, we have the power now to influence Millions of people in one minute! Imagine that! Listen to me rant about becoming the next influe…
 
Why Social Media? The question is, why not? There is a big talk about the negative side of social media, but never the good side. In this first-ever episode of DTALKS, with your host BID D, we talka bout the four big giants that control the social media side of the internet. Theses are platforms that you should use to get the maximum exposure for y…
 
Jeremy Nunes is one of the most interesting people I've had the pleasure of speaking to throughout the course of this podcast. The man is a current stand-up comedian, former Mayor, and former Professional Wrestler. Yes, Jeremy Nunes has done it all and he stops by the podcast today to cover each of those topics. We primarily discuss his latest stan…
 
Matt Houk is a man of many talents. Creating Empire Toys the 1st and only Vintage Toy Store in Keller, TX., and Mindfully Elite mental and performance training for athletes and coaches he is all about giving back to the community. Having known Matt for a number of years I was very excited to sit down for a chat with him, little did I know the journ…
 
Marcus Johnson, father of one, NAACP Image Award-nominated jazz pianist and author of For The Love Of…Living the Journey of Life with Intention, Love, Passion and Happiness. In the book, Marcus shares a collection of essays containing personal advice, lessons that helped him cope through the highs and lows of his career and practical strategies to …
 
Adam Kullberg is the Education Program Manager at Pop Culture Classroom. He joined the team in 2015, after serving as an outreach teacher and volunteer for the organization throughout 2014. Before that, he earned his MFA in Creative Writing from the University of Arizona and MA in English Literature from the University of North Texas. Since joining…
 
Tanael Joachim is a standup comedian who has made appearances on Gotham Comedy Live on AXS TV and on Good Day New York on FOX. He is based in New York City but was born and raised in Haiti. Tanael has a very laid back, smooth, and conversational style and he jokes about race, society’s idiosyncrasies, and the inherent contrast between life in Haiti…
 
On January 15, 2017 CEO Michael Odiari founded Check after he was pulled over during a traffic stop and quickly found himself looking down the barrel of a policeman’s gun. As a person of color, he knew that this would likely not be his only negative interaction with the police and that there was a whole community of people with similar experiences.…
 
Shani Mahiri King is a law professor at the University of Florida, where he is director of the Center on Children and Families and an Associate Director of the Center on Race and Race Relations. King received a B.A. from Brown University, a J.D. from Harvard Law School, and a Mst. in International Human Rights Law from Oxford University, and he is …
 
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